"trace" means "추적하다" in Korean.

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추적하다
 
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Pronunciation chu-jŏ-ka-da
meaning trace
"trace" is "추적하다"(chu-jŏ-ka-da) in Korean.
Living
  • Greeting
  • Thanks, Sorry
  • Question, Response
  • Self‐introduction
  • daily stream
  • Living
  • Housing & real estate
  • House, room
  • Livingware
  • The name of shop
  • Shopping
  • Health
  • Home appliances
  • Celebration & Events
  • Laundry
  • Cleaning
  • Pregnancy & childbirth
  • Childcare & child-rearing
  • Mail, telephone
  • Accidents & trouble
  • Incidents & crime
  • Disaster
  • Korean of "Incidents & crime"

  • 미해결 사건(unsolved cases)
  • 추징금(surcharge)
  • 협박자(intimidator)
  • 단서(clue)
  • 전락(fall)
  • 탈주(escape)
  • 침입(intrusion)
  • 아동 학대(child abuse)
  • 뒷조사(secret investigation)
  • 프라이버시 침해(invasion of privacy..
  • 일본 대사관(Japanese Embassy)
  • 인종 차별(racial discrimination)
  • 사고(accident)
  • 경찰 수첩(police identification ..
  • 난폭(wildness)
  • 방범(crime prevention)
  • 범인(criminal)
  • 때리다(beat)
  • 하이잭(hijacking)
  • 위험 지역(danger area)
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