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Both of my parents are alcoholics. Every time they drink, they don't know how to act, especially my mom. She is the worst type of drunk a person could be; she urinates on herself, and she yells. There have been times when she has tried to put her hands on me for hiding the alcohol from her. urinates on herselfは「おもらしをする」でしょうか?あと、ここでの put her handsはどのよな意味でしょうか?よろしくお願いします

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"urinates on herself" 「自分に尿をかける」ですから「おもらしをする」でいいと思います。 "put her hands" 「(暴力をふるう目的で)手をあげる」でしょう。比ゆ的表現で以下の 3. に当たります。 https://idioms.thefreedictionary.com/put+hands+on "There has been times when she tried to put her hands on me for hiding the alcohol from her." 「お酒を隠そうとした自分に対し、彼女は何度か手をあげようとしたことがあった。」

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