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これを和訳出来る方いらっしゃいますか?

これを和訳出来る方いらっしゃいますか? 会話文の一節です。 I mean we really get to do what we like to do the way we want to do it, with people that we choose to be around and that are terrific.

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>I mean we really get to do what we like to do the way we want to do it, with people that we choose to be around and that are terrific. 「つまり、僕らはやりたいことを好きなやり方で素晴らしい仲間たちと一緒にやり始めるんだよ。」 以上、参考まで。

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つまり自分達のやりたい方法で、やりたいことに取り掛かるってこと。自分達が選んだ人間と一緒にね。これが最高なんだ。

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