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Use of などに. I've been reading some texts and I found these phrases: "交通事故などに遭った" and "スーパーなどに". I know など means "etc" or "things like..." (depending on the context), but does などに has the same meaning? What exactly could be translated fot eh above phrases? Thank you so much!

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Use of などに. I've been reading some texts and I found these phrases: "交通事故などに遭った" and "スーパーなどに". I know など means "etc" or "things like..." (depending on the context), but does などに has the same meaning? What exactly could be translated fot eh above phrases? Thank you so much!
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