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〜ってこと?

〜ってこと?
is the equivalent of "do you mean~?"

For learning: Japanese
Base language: English
Category: Other

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    If you put "?" at the and of sentence, yes.
    It's used when you don't get what he is saying clearly or the things he is saying are abstract , you can say that.

    When you don't put "?" But just "〜ってこと", means "it means~" or "I mean~". You are explaining something to others.

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