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Months ago, I borrowed some comics from my friend, whom I had only seen sporadically for years. We were trying to reconnect. However, I recently realized that she’s self-centered, prejudiced, and doubles down on her prejudice when called out. doubles down on her prejudice when called outの意味を教えてください。よろしくお願いします


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この文脈では、when called outは「非難されると」。 double down on は、いっそう頑なになる。 On-lineのCambridge Dictionaryによるとdouble down (on sth)は、 to continue to do something in an even more determined way than before とあります。 なので、訳は「彼女は自己中心的で、偏見に満ちており、さらに非難されるといっそう頑なになる」ということです。




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 doubles down on her prejudice when called outの意味を教えてください。 double down は、下記のように倍儲けが原義です。  https://eow.alc.co.jp/search?q=double+down  彼女は、呼び出されると(=自分が主導でなく他人が主導の場合は)彼女の偏見が二倍になる。





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