"Become a beggar" means "깡통을 차다" in Korean.

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깡통을 차다
 
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Pronunciation kkang-tong-ŭl cha-da
meaning Become a beggar
"Become a beggar" is "깡통을 차다"(kkang-tong-ŭl cha-da) in Korean.
The literal translation is to kick a can.
Part of speech
  • Idiom
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  • Proverb
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  • 눈길을 끌다(eye-catching)
  • 곤궁에 빠지다(fall into a difficul..
  • 만에 하나(by any possibility)
  • 대미를 장식하다(crown)
  • 피도 눈물도 없다(unfeeling)
  • 경종을 울리다(call the attention)
  • 봄을 타다()
  • 소름이 끼치다(I got goose bumps)
  • 개뿔도 없다(It's not big deal)
  • 마음을 정하다(make up one's mind)
  • 눈을 감다(close one's eyes)
  • 나위도 없다(Nor until ~)
  • 넋을 놓다(I'm dazed and distract..
  • 토를 달다(supply the particle)
  • 낯(이) 설다(There is no acquaint..
  • 못살게 굴다(bully)
  • 가슴이 아프다(someone's heart ache..
  • 성을 갈다(I change my last name)
  • 기(가) 죽다(Depressed)
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