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korean:영감 [2016/03/27 10:59]
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korean:영감 [2016/08/19 20:44] (current)
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 ====== 영감 ====== ====== 영감 ======
  
-Noun +Noun
  
- +==== Pronunciation ​ ====
-==== Pronunciation ====+
  
 youngam youngam
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   - an old man. an elderly man   - an old man. an elderly man
   - a prosecutor (this usage is barely used for common people.)   - a prosecutor (this usage is barely used for common people.)
-==== Definition by other languages (含义 / significado / परिभाषा / 意味 / Bedeutung / définition / 뜻) ====  
-  * 1)늙은 남자. 2)검사(검찰에 소속되어 형사 기소등의 업무를 수행하는 공무원) (korean) 
  
 +==== Definition by other languages (含义 / significado / परिभाषा / 意味 / Bedeutung / définition / 뜻) ====
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 +  * 1)늙은 남자. 2)검사(검찰에 소속되어 형사 기소등의 업무를 수행하는 공무원) (korean)
  
 ==== Taboo level (Level 1~5, Higher is more disapproved) ==== ==== Taboo level (Level 1~5, Higher is more disapproved) ====
-level 2. (in definition 1, this word looks rude without 님. so it's good for you to say 영감님 instead of 영감. and these days this word isn't often used for people. you can use more polite word - [[korean:​어르신|어르신]]:​urshin instead of this word.) ​+ 
 +level 2. (in definition 1, this word looks rude without 님. so it's good for you to say 영감님 instead of 영감. and these days this word isn't often used for people. you can use more polite word - [[:korean:​어르신|어르신]]:​urshin instead of this word.)
  
 ==== Examples ==== ==== Examples ====
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 영감. 진지는 잡수셨수?​ 영감. 진지는 잡수셨수?​
  
 ==== Notes ==== ==== Notes ====
  
 +~~DISCUSSION~~
  
  
-~~DISCUSSION~~