• Excuse me.
  • Yes.
  • Sorry to bother you, but do you have the time?
  • do you have the time?
    "do you have the time?"は"could you tell me what time it is?"の意味。「今何時ですか?」
  • I believe it is…7:20.
  • Hmmmm…
  • I know.
  • Is it just me?
  • Is it just me?
    "Is it just me?"は"Am I mistaken?"の意味。「私は間違っているのか/私の気のせいか」
  • Or was the train supposed to be here more than 40 minutes ago?
  • No. You’re right.
  • It’s really late.
  • I’ve been checking my watch so many times.
  • It made me wonder if it had stopped or something.
  • But, I guess I'm not crazy.
  • I'm not crazy.
    "I'm not crazy."は"I am not completely wrong."の意味。「完全に間違っているわけではない」
  • The Dart’s a bit unreliable around here.
  • Dart
    "Dart"は"Dublin Area Rapid Transit"の略称で、ダブリンとその近郊で運行されている鉄道のこと。
    a bit
    "a bit"はここでは"very"を含意する皮肉表現。
  • Is it?
  • I’m not very familiar with the Dart system-
  • I usually cycle.
  • Yeah, well it’s late practically every other day.
  • It’s kind of ridiculous.
  • Ah, typical!
  • typical
    "typical"は"typical thing to happen"の意味で、鉄道の遅延がよく起こる出来事であることを非難している。

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