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つまり、あまり一般的な好みとは言えないものが、お好きな方を指す言葉のようですが・・・・

There’s this sentence that I found in the internet. I can kind of understand that the later part means, “it appears to be a word to refer to people who like such things” But I’m so confused with the part before that especially “とは言えないものが”.

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You can split the sentence by words like this:

あまり/一般的な/好み/と/は/言え/ない/もの/が

  • 言えない - can't say
  • もの(=物) - things
  • が - (subject marker)

So that basically means, "I mean, it appears to be a word to refer to people whose taste differs from general ones."

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