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"渡辺さんってサブラの?" - what could this mean? Just can't catch the meaning of "サブラ". Help please.

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    Is there any sort of context you would like to share? – snailboat Aug 15 '15 at 20:42
  • It was in the context of the dialogue: " - 渡辺さんは今どこにいるのかしら。 - 渡辺さんってサブラの?" – user10427 Aug 15 '15 at 20:58
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I don't think サブラ is a common noun. This should usually mean "You mean Watanabe-san of Sabra?" where Sabra is the name of a shop or company.

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