@somagumi explains it well in her video, you should check it out. My way of putting it is: よろしく- well (お)願い- wish し- do(ます) Japanese culture is all about “togetherness” so saying this phrase can mean something like: “I hope you do well by me” which more naturally translated into English may sound like the phrase: l’m looking forward to (working/meeting/etc...) with you. And it may translate a bit differently depending on the conversation context. It can also be a bit similar to “I’m counting on you” kinda, so yeah it can have lots of meanings, the best way to understand it is to just understand the cultural meaning underlining the phrase. 頑張って😉
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