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何かそのちょっと

Could you please explain me this expression?

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    Without more context, all anyone could do is guess. – l'électeur Dec 26 '13 at 22:47
  • I am sorry, it's just part of a conversation but the person doesn't say anything else. – bunny Dec 26 '13 at 22:49
  • @bunny: it's still useful to mention words before and after this phrase since it's clearly a reaction to something the other party said. – Igor Skochinsky Jan 10 '14 at 3:11
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何かそのちょっと can mean different things depending on the context because it is a combination of vague words -- "Somehow, well, kinda."

Possible meanings are:

"Well, how should I put it....?"

"That seems a little, um..."

"I do not know if I agree."

"Not sure if that is correct/good."

I could go on and on but will stop here. If none of these seem to fit, please come back with further context of the conversation.

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