Read it on this novel. https://ncode.syosetu.com/n6012eu/292/


I'm pretty sure it doesn't mean "I'm something like a chore/miscellaneous expenses."

Does this just mean "I'm on/spending miscellaneous expenses​."?




In this context, 「雑用{ざつよう}」 would be synonymous to 「雑用係{ざつようがかり}」.

"Even so, I'll be more like a handy-andy."

To be completely honest, I have no idea how you get "expenses".

  • It was on every dictionary I found. jisho.org/search/雑用 Is this similar to "gofer"? I've never heard Handy Andy used before. – NeverGiveUp Oct 27 '19 at 1:57
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    "gofer", "handyman", etc. The meaning "miscellaneous expenses​" only applies in the context of accounting. In Japanese, context is king. – l'électeur Oct 27 '19 at 2:08

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