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意味・語源:Meaning / Origin

『swipe left』は、「却下・拒否・NO」などを意味する英語スラング。反対に「swipe right」は「承認・了承・OK」という意味で使われる。

『swipe left』は直訳すると「左にスワイプ」。出会い系アプリTinderの画面操作において、相手の男性/女性を断る時は「左にスワイプ」、承認する時は「右にスワイプ」をすることから。

Meaning / Origin

“Swipe left” is an English slang that means “reject, NO”, etc. On the contrary, “swipe right” is used to mean “approve, OK.”

“Swipe left” translates directly into “swipe to the left”.  From the screen operation of the dating app Tinder, you can swipe to the left to reject the male/female partner, and swipe to the right to approve.


English Speaker

使い方:How to use
You must look nice in that dress. [そのワンピ、絶対似合うって〜。]
Umm…, it may be conservative, swipe Left. [うーん、ちょっと地味かな。やめておくよ。]



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