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My incredible husband of two years has a 4-year-old daughter with his ex-wife. I have actively helped raise "Christie" since she was barely a year. We haven't communicated with the mother since the time we took her to court for refusing visitation, but my husband and I have always provided for Christie in every way possible, above and beyond the court-ordered child support. We haven't communicated with the mother since the time we took her to court for refusing visitation, but my husband and I have always provided for Christie in every way possible, above and beyond the court-ordered child support.の訳をよろしくお願いします

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>We haven't communicated with the mother since the time we took her to court for refusing visitation, but my husband and I have always provided for Christie in every way possible, above and beyond the court-ordered child support.の訳をよろしくお願いします ⇒「私たちは訪問を拒否するために彼女を裁判所へ連れて行った時以来母親と話をしていませんが、夫と私は裁判所に指示された児童の援助以上に可能な限りあらゆる方法でクリスティを養育してきました。」 *provided for ~:「~を扶養する、養育する」。 *in every way possible:「可能な限りあらゆる方法で」。 *above and beyond ~:「~より以上の・以上に」。

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