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I have known my ex-husband, "Bart," for 30 years. We were married for 18 years and divorced six years ago. He has lost all his money and has drained all of his friendships over money. drained all of his friendships over money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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"drain" は「水を抜く、排水する、空にする」 "over money" で「お金のことで」 He has lost all his money and has drained all of his friendships over money. 彼は持っていた金全てを失い、また、金銭に絡んで全ての友人関係を喪失しました。

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