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acknowledge her

One of my co-workers constantly interrupts when I'm having a conversation with other people. It doesn't seem to matter who I am speaking with or what the subject is. She'll interrupt in the middle of the conversation, and everyone must stop and look at her or acknowledge her. ここでのacknowledge herはどう訳したらよいでしょうか?よろしくお願いします


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 ここでのacknowledge herはどう訳したらよいでしょうか?  無視の反対です。話の真っ最中に割り込んできて、みんなは話をやめて彼女の言うことに耳を傾けなくでは(=注意を払わなくては)らない。





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