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Translation of "stunt" - English-Korean dictionary

stunt

noun   /stʌnt/
an exciting and dangerous action that is usually done by a skilled person for a movie 스턴트, 고난이도의 연기 For “Mission Impossible 2” Tom Cruise did his own stunts.
something that is done to get people’s attention 사람들의 주의를 끌기 위한 것 Their marriage was a publicity stunt.
(Definition of stunt noun from the Cambridge English-Korean Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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