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Please consider the sentence highlighted in bold (other text is given for context):

俺、さっきまでゲームして寝てたはずで、親丸がかえの高校生だったんだぞ。

I know that 親丸 means "parents circle" and 高校生だったんだぞ means "was a high school student", but how does がかえ transition or connect this sentence together? が かえ can be inferred as "went" but I don't understand how this is actually connecting.

  • A bit more context will help. Maybe a few more sentences before and after this? – naruto Jul 26 '17 at 3:21
  • the actual text was 俺、さっきまでゲームして寝てたはずで、親丸がかえの高校生だったんだぞ。 – Sonam Sherpa Jul 26 '17 at 3:25
  • I edited your question a bit to improve formatting, and also made the title more specific. – Alenanno Jul 26 '17 at 11:06
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親丸がかえの高校生だったんだぞ。

It is 親が丸{まる}抱{がか}えの高校生だった。

According to the definition of 丸抱え here, it is:

Noun
1. completely financed; sponsored; under patronage​

The given sentence means I was a high school student completely financed by my parents.

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