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April 13, 2017
To “jump to conclusions” means to assume or conclude something prematurely.
To “jump to conclusions” の意味は、結論を急ぐ 。
ー ランチしながら友達との会話 ー
A: You seem worried about something Janet, are you alright?
B: I was just thinking about Matt…I think he might be cheating on me.
A: What? Why do you think that?
A: ええ? 何でそー思うの?
B: He’s been coming home from work really late every night and he seems less interested in talking to me.
A: You’re probably just jumping to conclusions.
I’m sure he’s just working overtime and he’s tired or something.
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