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泊まってもいいですか? まだ離れたくなくて。。

"It's ok if I stay over? I don't want to be separated yet..." To which the other character thinks

(そう言えばいけると思ってるな いいけど。。。)

I don't understand how いける is being used here. I know いける is use for "going well" but I don't see how it related here

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  • そう言えばいける is an idea that is quoted with と, and which is therefore what the character 思ってる. There isn't any いけると idiom; the pattern is Xと思う (with whatever conjugation of that verb). Nov 24, 2023 at 4:45
  • Does this answer your question? What does どうかと思う mean? Nov 24, 2023 at 4:46

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This いける (potential form of いく) means "will work out" or "will do", referring to whatever the first speaker is trying to achieve in this situation.

そう言えばいけると思ってるな。いいけど...

She thinks putting it like that will work. Well, fine...

From the provided context alone, I cannot tell whether her goal is simply to stay over, or if there's some other purpose beyond just staying.

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