Übersetzung von “so” — Englisch–Koreanisch Wörterbuch


adverb uk /səʊ/ us /soʊ/

A2 used before an adjective or adverb to make that adjective or adverb stronger

(-할 정도로) 너무
I was so tired when I got home.
I was so upset that I couldn’t speak.

A2 used to give a short answer to a question to avoid repeating a phrase

(이미 언급된 말을 줄여) 그렇게
‘Is Ben coming to the party?’ ‘I hope so.’

A2 used at the beginning of a sentence to connect it with something that was said or happened previously

(이미 언급된 말이나 사건과 관련하여 문장 맨 앞에 쓰여) 자, 그러면
So, here we are again.
and so on

A2 used after a list of things to show that you could add other similar things

기타 등등
I want to buy postcards, souvenirs, and so on.
or so

B1 used after a number or amount to show that it is not exact

-쯤, -가량
‘How many people were at the party?’ ‘Fifty or so, I guess.’
so (what)?

used to say that you do not think something is important, especially in a rude way

그래서 뭐?
‘She might tell Emily.’ ‘So what?’
so did we, so have I, so is mine, etc.

B1 used to say that someone else also does something or that the same thing is true about someone or something else

She likes golf and so do I.
conjunction uk /səʊ/ us /soʊ/

A2 used to say that something is the reason why something else happens

I was tired so I went to bed.
Greg had some money so he bought a bike.
so (that)

B1 in order to make something happen or be possible

-하도록 -하다
He put his glasses on so that he could see the television better.

(Übersetzung von “so” aus dem Cambridge Englisch–Koreanisch Wörterbuch © Cambridge University Press)