Ty by mog predstavit' kakogo-nibud' drugogo cheloveka, posle kotorogo ty by mog
English translation: The latter is closer, although it's both, in fact
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13:34 Apr 6, 2004
Russian to English translations [Non-PRO] Social Sciences - Social Science, Sociology, Ethics, etc.
Russian term or phrase:Ty by mog predstavit' kakogo-nibud' drugogo cheloveka, posle kotorogo ty by mog
Interview with drug user.
This is a question put to the drug user. It just ends '....' and the interviewer wants to know whether the respondent might share syringes with someone.
Does this mean:
1.'Can you think of anyone who...'? i.e. a concrete person, for example, a friend.
2. 'Can you imagine there being anyone who...'? i.e.totally hypothetical, asking about whether such a person could exist at some unspecified point in the future.