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linked to #31987
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linked to #523385
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  • CK
  • Jan 13th 2012, 23:44
linked to #1359577
  • CK
  • Jan 13th 2012, 23:45
linked to #1359579
  • CK
  • Jan 13th 2012, 23:45
linked to #755026
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Sentence #194813

メアリー[] は[] すでに[] 出発[しゅっぱつ] し[] て[] い[] た[] 。[]

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Sep 21st 2010, 10:12
Translation mismatch?
Sep 21st 2010, 10:18
Technically 'start' can be used with the meaning of 'set off'.

A common phrase might be something like:
"Mary will start for London tomorrow morning."

I'm dubious about using 'started' as it is in the English sentence linked here, although it might just be valid.

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