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I am currently translating a Japanese text in English and I have trouble understanding this text.


I get and can make out some part of the sentence like 'he looks like an aristocrat' but after the chara ito part starts I don't get it.

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  • Please show efforts in translating it. ex: Have you tried searching the word チャラい before? If so, did you understand it, or do you still have trouble? – binom Jul 25 '17 at 2:04
  • yeah, I searched but still had to wrack my brain to find the meaning. Thank you – Sonam Sherpa Jul 25 '17 at 22:41

He's more like aristocrat, good looking but far from being flirty.

Hard to explain but チャラい contains the meanings of flirtatiousness, gaudiness, vulgarness.

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