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sue

verb
 
/suː/ ( present participle suing, past tense and past participle sued)
to take legal action against someone and try to get money from them because they have harmed you
고소하다
She’s threatening to sue the firm for age discrimination.
(Definition of sue from the Cambridge English-Korean Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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