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For the sentence: カメラっていうかさ

What does ていう mean?

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    Do you have more context? Possibly related: japanese.stackexchange.com/questions/57621/… Jan 8 at 9:26
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    This is a heavily context-dependent expression. Provide more context if you're still unsure. Maybe it's like "Camera, maybe, but ...", "Not a camera but ...", "Enough about cameras, um, ...", etc.
    – naruto
    Jan 11 at 1:05
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ていう means "kinda thing" or "looks like" so my guess is that your sentence fragment means "a cover for something like a camera"

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    ん? cover はどこから?
    – Chocolate
    Jan 8 at 15:07
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    @Chocolate - かさ(傘)?
    – aguijonazo
    Jan 9 at 5:36

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