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|German to English translations [Non-PRO]|
|German term or phrase: Wer ist in Ihrer Partnerschaft der Boss?|
|Wer ist in Ihrer Partnerschaft der Boss – er, Sie oder keiner von Ihnen beiden?|
so what does 'er' stand for? The boss? since I don't see any other guy in the context. Then what's the meaning of this sentence?
|English translation:Who is the boss in your partnership?|
- you, him or neither of you?
You're right that the 'er' refers to your boss. I think it's asking who's in charge of the relationship and who's in control.
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