in Attack of the Titan season 2, ep4 at 8:16, there is this sentence:


can anyone explain what it means? it doesn't seem to make sense to me. Count the support of conquest properly? also what is とけ at the end mean?

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If it gets rewritten as:


I think you get the gist of it.

But to make sure, though, 討伐, in this case, is the act of taking down the titan, and 補佐 is assistance. That whole phrase can be translated as just kill assist.

While 数える usually means to count, I'd translate it as add on to in this case.

The ておく form has a ton of meanings, but here it's just used to tell her that she should remember to add 1 assist to the report.

Altogether, it means something like:

Make sure to add this one to the assist count!

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