"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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  • four-character Idioms
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