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Over the holidays I got engaged. My boyfriend has clinical depression, and the holidays are rough on him. I was going to break up with him, but I held off, thinking it would be easier after the holidays. Then he surprised me—at his parents’ house in front of his whole family—with a ring. I didn’t see how to say no without humiliating him in front of his family, so I accepted. I’ve been trying to break it off ever since, but something always stops me. He had problems at work, and then it was Valentine’s Day, and then he had a medical scare. medical scare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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 medical scareはどのような意味でしょうか?  medical scare は、下記の名詞の2「極度の不安」それも医学上の、ということでしょう。  https://eow.alc.co.jp/search?q=scare  仕事上の問題を抱え、その日はバレンタイン・デー、前にMy boyfriend has clinical depression と鬱病の気があり、婚約指輪を拒否すると、病気の発作が起こるかもしれないという医学的な危惧があった、ということでしょう。

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