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Translation of "part" - English-Korean dictionary

part

noun   /pɑːt/
A1 one of the things that, with other things, makes the whole of something 부품, 부분 Part of this form seems to be missing. That’s only part of the problem. You’re part of the family.
part of something
A2 some but not all of a thing 일부, 약간 Kate spent part of the day shopping.
B1 a person in a movie or play 배역 He plays the part of the father.
take part (in something)
B1 to do an activity with other people 참여하다 She doesn’t usually take part in any class activities.
a piece of a machine or vehicle 부속 car parts
have/play a part in something
to be one of the people or things that are involved in an event or situation 관여하다 We can all play a part in making our city a better place to live.
US ( UK parting) a line on someone’s head made by brushing the hair in two different directions 가르마
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