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    straight shape

    The translation for "straight shape" goes "fixed, certain", but "straight" seems to mean "linear". So which is true?

    ex)Two kinds of things that fall from the clouds on a cold winter day are snowflakes and diamond dust....Like snowflakes, diamond dust has a six-sided shape. But unlike snowflakes, it is very small and light. Therefore, it does not accumulate rapidly on the ground. In addition, instead of having many unusual shapes, it has a straight shape....

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    Re: straight shape

    I think it should say "fixed."

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