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The error message explains it. You already have /boot/efi and /home. Do You have there any other Linux installation? If yes, You can in YaST remove mount point for those partitions (on sda) and make new required partitions. If not, boot from some Linux live CD or so and check what is on those partitions. If You delete them in YaST, You delete the content. If ...
That is a mess of partitions you have going on. I would just start over and do a custom partitioning job and don't let YaST make any suggestions. At that point, it'll leave your 2TB alone. Then you should be able to resize your SSD and install.
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