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やっぱり has several meanings, such as: やっぱり、思った通りだ。 -- It is so, just as I thought/expected/suspected. -> That's exactly what I thought. / I knew it. やっぱり、こっちにします。 -- On the second thought, / I changed my mind, I'll pick this one. それでも / なんだかんだ言っても、やっぱり嬉しいです。 -- But I'm happy, nonetheless / all the same / after all. Here in your ...


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やっぱり is frequently used when someone is uncertain about what to do or how to feel about something. For example: イギリスに行こうかな。。。いや、やっぱり日本に行く! Maybe I should go to England. No, actually I'll go to Japan! Regarding your dialog, without the full context and knowing what they are talking about, it is hard to say for certain, but here I get the feeling ...



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