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comment Question about the それに
@kmk From the light novel, いつか天魔の黒ウサギ.
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comment What is the difference between こだわり and 良{よ}い?
I think that when we talk about the food with こだわり, we focus not on as much on the food itself, but more on the quality of the ingredients, the taste of the food etc. So guess it would be "finely selected menu", I also found the translation - "fastidious", so I'd say "fastidious winter menu".
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comment What is the difference between こだわり and 良{よ}い?
Maybe I'm mistaken something, however こだわり means "obsession, fixating" etc, from the verb こだわる "to be obsessive, to be particular about". You can see examples of the usage here.
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comment Question about the quote in the sentence
Thank you very much!
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accepted Question about the quote in the sentence
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comment Question about the quote in the sentence
Yes, similar to my original question. Specifically where only the part of the verb is the part of the quote/idiom.
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comment Question about the quote in the sentence
Hm, both answers are differs from each other, and I cannot understand which one of the intepretations suits better to this context...
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comment Question about the quote in the sentence
That is definitely my mistake, however I though that with "The speaker is talking about his 'some sort of servant' or simply サポート役 who is showing and helping him to get accustomed to the facility he recently started working at. 桐原 is a director of the facility.", I pointed at the fact that サポート役 and 桐原 are the different persons. Well, I guess this wasn't enough.
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comment Question about the quote in the sentence
That's pretty interesting answer. I've never seen a usage like this before, so could you please give more examples, if you don't mind?
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