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My husband and I have been married for seven years, and I care for him deeply. When we got married, I sold my house and he kept his as a rental, because he wanted the rental income. We bought a larger house than I wanted, but he wanted acreage and a detached garage. he wanted acreageとはどのような意味でしょうか?よろしくお願いします


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"acre" は土地の面積を図る単位です。 "he wanted acreage" で「彼は(広い)敷地面積を望んでいた」すなわち「彼は広い敷地面積にこだわった」だと思います。




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「私と夫は結婚して7年ですが、私は彼のめんどうを何から何までみています。結婚した時私は持っていた家を売ったのですが彼は家賃収入目当てで自分の家を売りませんでした。 私たちが買った家は私が望む以上に大きく、でも彼は広い敷地とはなれのガレージが欲しかったのです。」 he wanted acreage 広い敷地が欲しかった、と言う事でしょう。 ちなみにdetached garageですが通常アメリカの家は住居の一階の道路に面した部分が車庫になっていて車庫に車を入れてガレージドアを閉じたら玄関を通らずに家に入る構造なので、ガレージが独立していると言うとよほど敷地が大きい印象を受けます。





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