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下記の英文を訳して下さい。 In 2000, seven million Americans said that they were of more than one race.

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「2000年に、700万人のアメリカ人が彼らは一つ以上の人種に属していると言った。」 つまり700万人は混血だったと言うことでしょう。 想像にすぎませんが、この言い方からすると、例えば国勢調査みたいなもので、人種をチェックする欄があって、そこに複数回答した人が700万人いたと捕らえるのが自然と思います。混血だったらmulti-racesとかmixed bloodとか言えばよさそうなものなので。

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