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Translation of "kind" - English-Korean dictionary

kind

noun   /kaɪnd/
A1 a type of thing or person 종류 What kind of music do you like?
all kinds of A2 many different types of something 모든 종류의 All kinds of people come to our church.
that kind of thing B1 used to show that what you have just said is only an example from a larger group of things 그런 것 I like pasta, pizza – that kind of thing.
kind of informal used when you are trying to explain or describe something, but you cannot be exact 정확하지 않은 무언가를 묘사하거나 설명할 때 쓰임 It’s kind of unusual.
some kind of used to talk about something when you are not sure of its exact type 정확한 종류를 모를 때 쓰임 She has some kind of medical problem.
Translations of “kind”
in Arabic نَوْع…
in Malaysian jenis…
in French sorte, espèce…
in Turkish tür, çeşit…
in Italian genere, tipo…
in Chinese (Traditional) 種類…
in Russian род, тип, сорт…
in Polish rodzaj…
in Vietnamese loại…
in Spanish tipo, género, clase…
in Portuguese tipo, espécie…
in Thai ชนิด…
in German die Art…
in Catalan classe, mena…
in Japanese 種類…
in Indonesian jenis…
in Chinese (Simplified) 种类…
(Definition of kind noun from the Cambridge English-Korean Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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