Übersetzung von “that” — Englisch–Koreanisch Wörterbuch

that

determiner uk /ðæt/ us /ðæt/ plural those

A1 used to mean something or someone that has already been talked about or seen

(이미 언급된 사람이나 사물) 그
Did you see that woman in the post office?
How much are those shoes?

A1 used to mean something or someone that is not near you

(화자와 가까운 위치에 있지 않은 사물이나 사람) 저
Have you seen that man over there?
pronoun uk /ðæt/ us /ðæt/

A1 used to mean something that has already been talked about or seen

(이미 언급된 사람이나 사물) 그 사람, 그 것
That looks heavy.

A1 used to mean something that is not near you

(화자와 가까운 위치에 있지 않은 사물이나 사람) 저사람, 저 것
What’s that in the corner?

A2 used to make a connection with an earlier statement

(이미 언급된 진술과 연관시켜) 그 것
My train was cancelled. That’s why I’m late.

B1 used instead of ‘who’ or ‘which’ in the middle of a sentence

문장 중간에 “who”나 “which” 대신에 쓰인다
Have you eaten all the cake that I made yesterday?
that’s it/that’s all

B1 used to say that something has ended

다 됐다
I think that’s it for now.
that’s it

used to say that something is correct

바로 그것이야
You need to push the two pieces together. That’s it.
conjunction uk strong /ðæt/ us /ðæt/ weak /ðət/ us /ðæt/

A2 used after some verbs, nouns, and adjectives to start a new part of a sentence

일부 동사, 명사, 형용사 뒤에 쓰여 종속절을 이끈다
He said that he’d collect it later.

B1 used instead of ‘who’ or ‘which’ in the middle of a sentence

문장 중간에 “who”나 “which” 대신에 쓰인다
Have you eaten all the cake that I made yesterday?

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