3 Replies ・ Started by Silk at 2018-03-08 21:54:41 UTC ・ Last reply by paroissien at 2018-03-10 11:42:54 UTC Can someone translate this short sentence, please? 「“一百年先までスケジュールが埋まってますからね。 うちの母親たちともほとんど 会えずじまいで、 逆に母たちがローテーシヨンで付き添っているぐらいです」 Context: In the book, the sentence that precedes the one I posted talked about this man who almost never see his childrens because he is always extremely busy with his job as a politician. The sentence I posted should talk about how much he see his (multiple) wives, and I would really like to understand what the sentence means. paroissien at 2018-03-09 07:49:45 UTC (Sorry, poor, hasty translation) My schedule is choked up for the next hundred years. I hardly have time to meet my own folks but i need to entertain each of their mothers one after the other. Silk at 2018-03-09 21:37:00 UTC Thanks for the translation, it doesn't make much sense according to the previous sentences in the book, but you indeed said it's a poor and hasty translation, so it's understandable paroissien at 2018-03-10 11:42:54 UTC I'm sorry. Log in to reply.