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KoreanEdit

EtymologyEdit

Of native Korean origin.

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받다 ‎(batda) ‎(infinitive 받아, sequential 받으니)

  1. to receive, take, obtain
    • 내 생일 선물로 부모님에게서 컴퓨터를 받았다.
      Nae saeng-il seonmullo bumonimegeseo keompyuteoreul badatda.
      I got a computer from my parents for my birthday.
    • 그거 잘 됐군요. 그러면 내일이면 받을 수 있겠지요, 그렇죠?
      Geugeo jal dwaetgunyo. Geureomyeon naeirimyeon badeul su itgetjiyo, geureochyo?
      That’s wonderful; then, I can get them by tomorrow, right?
  2. to endure, suffer (pain, hardship, etc.)
  3. to bathe (in the sunlight, moonlight, spotlight, etc.)
  4. to collect (fee), accept (application, etc.)
  5. to bear, prop, support
  6. to butt, headbutt, gore
  7. to catch (ball, water, etc.)
  8. to hold, put up (umbrella, etc.)

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