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for a stretchの意味

I was happily married for a stretch, for a stretchはfor a whileと同意でしょうか?よろしくお願いします


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for a stretch は、「ある一定期間」「その一時期」 for a while は「しばらくの間」 似ているけど違いますね。




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 for a stretchはfor a whileと同意でしょうか?  はい、おっしゃる通りです。下記の名詞の3ぐらいでしょう。    http://eow.alc.co.jp/search?q=stretch He is doing a stretch というと「彼は塀の中にいる」という意味です。





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