I found this sentence in the wild and I cannot find anything about it on the web appart from a David Bowie album that translates Klinko to クリンコ. But what does that word mean in these sentences?:

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And another

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    I'm glad that you found an answer yourself, but this question direly needs a context... Jul 1 '20 at 8:04

Ok, I found the answer. I'll post it here in case anybody ever else needs it. This is taken from the show Aggretsuko and it's actually a mispronunciation クリック (click)


Maybe this is unrelated, but クリンコ is a person's name who had a connection to Bowie. Marcus Klinko is a fashion photographer who took pictures of David Bowie.

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