"greet" means "말을 걸다" in Korean.

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말을 걸다
 
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Pronunciation ma-rŭl gŏl-da
meaning greet
"greet" is "말을 걸다"(ma-rŭl gŏl-da) in Korean.
Part of speech
  • Idiom
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  • 만에 하나(by any possibility)
  • 낯이 두껍다(The brazen)
  • 날을 받다(decide the wedding day..
  • 간덩이가 붓다(Brave)
  • 불(이) 붙다(catch fire)
  • 고무신을 거꾸로 신다(Without wait for..
  • 눈에 띄다(conspicuous)
  • 가슴이 넓다(Humble and open-minde..
  • 말을 거들다(put in a word for)
  • 성을 갈다(I change my last name)
  • 나도 모르게(involuntarily)
  • 목숨(을) 걸다()
  • 나이가 차다(There’s an full age)
  • 귀가 솔깃해지다(And interested, fee..
  • 남의 손에 넘어가다(Fall into the han..
  • 검은 머리 파뿌리 되도록(And for many y..
  • 속이 안 좋다(My stomach is upset...
  • 정신을 잃다(black out)
  • 있어 보이다()
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