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(自分はいい友達を持っている、という文脈)But whenever we have a conflict, she does something I find frustrating and immature. She tells all our mutual friends about our disagreement -- and from her own biased perspective. I've picked up on this over the years because these mutual friends have let slip things that she's told them about our fights. I've also put it together for myself because whenever she fights with another friend, she tells me all about it. I've picked up on this over the years because these mutual friends have let slip things that she's told them about our fights. の和訳と、put it together for myself の意味をよろしくお願いします


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1。I've picked up on this over the years because these mutual friends have let slip things that she's told them about our fights. の和訳  このところ何年もの間、彼女と私の共通の友達が漏らしたことをつなぎ合わせて、私との間の諍いについて、彼女が喋っていることに気付いていた 2。put it together for myself の意味をよろしくお願いします  私自身のために(=別に人に言う為ではなく、自己防衛のために)つなぎ合わせた。





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