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well like the title suggests i need some help with this phrase
the exact one is
i know it means something like "i had expectatives and they were lost" but i want to see if someone has a better translation
also, anyone knows what ジュ might mean?? i guess it's some word in english, a name or a word in an irish dialect (it's arago so it's possible) any ideas?
Last edited by Eru13; June 30, 2011 at 01:15 AM.
ジュ： You may want to describe the context / how the word is used.
Is it sfx? If so, would it be the sizzling sound? Did someone put out the candlelight or fire?
Is a person speaking in French? ジュ(Je) can be "I" in French. (i.e. ジュテーム＝"I love you" in French.)
Last edited by mikkih; June 29, 2011 at 09:27 AM. Reason: just added an optional (を)
as for the context for the ju part here it is, it's all said by a sadistic girl who's trying to overkill a guy and she's trying to provoke him talking about how she killed his friends
I killed some of them...
Come to think of it, i think that a guy that used your exaggerated mythical beast horn weapon was one of them...
He didn't have time to use it--- //the problem is this and the next phrase, i think it'll be something like this but the ju!! in the next bubble is confusing
I shouldn't have ~
ジュッ is generally a sfx, If you find any flaming hot items (ie weapons), the sfx would make sense. Is smoke coming out of something?
Is there a character whose name starts with ジュ such as ジュリア or ジュン？ Sorry, I can't tell what it is without reading the manga.
(Since it is ジュッ, not ジュ, it is not "I" in French for sure.)