My Best Friend's Husband's Secret Habit

  • Learn the meaning of the phrase 'she got busted spending a lot more on a craft hobby than they agreed upon'
  • A woman's best childhood friend married a man she introduced to her in high school, but he has a secret habit of smoking pot
  • The woman didn't feel it was her place to inform her friend about her husband's habit, but now there is a new issue involving excessive spending on a craft hobby
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My best childhood friend married a boy she met through me in high school. I am closer to her but friends with both. He smokes pot. I knew he was hiding it and told him if she asked me outright I wouldn’t lie, but I didn’t see it as my place to “tattle” on him, and I don’t personally think it’s a big deal. I still don’t, except she got busted spending a lot more on a craft hobby than they agreed upon. she got busted spending a lot more on a craft hobby than they agreed upon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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she got busted spending a lot more on a craft hobby than they agreed uponの意味を教えてください。 彼女は(大麻所持では逮捕されなかったが)約束の予算をはるかに超えて手芸の趣味に金を使い込んで、破産した。  「逮捕される」と「破産する」は、英語では bust と言う共通の語彙があるので一種のオヤジギャグになりますが、日本語にすると全然面白みがないですね。





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  • 意味を教えてください

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  • 英訳お願いします。

    i don't see you a lot 意味を教えてください。

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  • If that does it

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  • mightについて。表現方法

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  • 文型です。

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  • grind on

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  • beの有無による意味の差

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  • どのような意味でしょうか

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