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My 23-year-old son does not want to work and spends all his time playing video games. He's obsessed with them. He disrespects my house -- and me -- by not cleaning his room. I don't know what to do. He's my son, but he is a user and feels he's entitled to live here. ここでのuser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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人は、消費する側(user)と、提供する側(provider)とに分けることができると思います。一般的には、人はある時は user であったり、それ以外の時は provider であったりするわけですが、全く生産性のない話者の息子に限って言うと、一方的な user と言えましょう。 つまり、物や金を消費するばかりで、それらに対する見返りを何一つ提供しない、ということだと思います。

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