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I've been with "Betty" for 20 years. Last week, a repairman came to fix the phone line. On his way out, Betty followed him and said in a sexy voice, "I like bald-headed men. You come back." Betty didn't know I overheard what she said until I walked in after she had picked up the phone to call her girlfriend. She then told the woman that it probably hurt my feelings. She's right. It hurt my feelings and made me realize she really didn't care one whit about me. When I called her out on it, she claimed she was just being friendly. called her out on itはどのような意味でしょうか?よろしくお願いします

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called her out on itはどのような意味でしょうか? called out は、下記の句動詞の3「(人を)非難する)」です   https://eow.alc.co.jp/search?q=call+out  したがって、called her out on it は「それについて(私は)彼女を非難した」でしょう。

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