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I am torn between three meanings:

  • It's ok if you don't need it (You don't want it)
  • If you don't need it, then ok (I'll take it)
  • I don't need it, but ok (I'll take it)
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  • Can be 1 or 2, never 3. Need more context mate.
    – oldergod
    Nov 22 at 19:59
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It means "If you don't want this, I don't mind", but the implication depends on the situation.

  • If the girl is trying to give this doll to someone (which is likely), the text means "If you don't want this, I don't mind (and I'll keep this with me)".
  • If someone is trying to push this doll to this girl (which I don't think is very likely unless she is tsundere), the text means "If you don't want this, I don't mind (and I'll receive it)".

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