stan

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18:55 Jan 6, 2020
English to Japanese translations [PRO]
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English term or phrase: stan
Definition from Merriam-Webster:
(v) To exhibit fandom to an extreme or excessive degree : to be an extremely devoted and enthusiastic fan of someone or something

Example sentence(s):
  • I know I don't know a lot about stanning, but I do know that I stan for the 21 Mango products below. What to Wear
  • Jimmy Kimmel gets it, you guys. Usually, I like to stand up on a soapbox and shout about the lack of diversity in late-night television, but I stan for my boy Kimmel. elite daily
  • "I stanned her, and then she stanned me while I didn't stan her and now we stan each other," he said, per a video captured by Daily Mail. E! News
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4熱狂的に支持する / 熱狂的なファンである
Ryoko Yamazaki


  

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熱狂的に支持する / 熱狂的なファンである


Definition from YouTubeMagazine:
stalker(ストーカー)とfan(ファン)を合わせた造語で、エミネムの曲「Stan」から広まった。もとは、「狂信的(ファン)」という悪い意味合いが強かったが、今ではいい意味で「熱狂的に支持する」ということを表せるようになった。

Example sentence(s):
  • エミネムの真似をした熱狂的なファンが、彼にあこがれる女子学生の殺害を認めた。 - exite blog  
Ryoko Yamazaki
United States
Local time: 12:32
Native speaker of: Native in JapaneseJapanese
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