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What does this mean in English?

Does it mean that the person has to go?

For learning: Japanese
Base language: English
Category: Language



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    It is a colloquial form of "よいということよ" and means "No problem."

    Just like the English phrase "No problem", we say this in reply to someone who has thanked you or when you are willing to do what you have been asked.

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