Jun 19

korien_june19“So you’re saying I should just quit?” 「やめちゃえばいいと言いたいのか?」
“That’s not exactly what I said.” 「いや、ちょっと違います。」


When something is “not exactly” something else, it may seem the same in some ways. Usually we use this phrase to soften our words: “Is this the kind of dress you wanted?” “Well, not exactly.” Sometimes we use it sarcastically: “He’s not exactly a genius.” (The speaker implies that he’s stupid.)

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