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Korean translation of begin

begin

verb
 
/bɪˈɡɪn/ (present participle beginning, past tense began, past participle begun)
A1 to start to happen
시작하다
What time does the movie begin?
A2 to start to do something
-하기 시작하다
She began to cry.
begin with something B1 to have something at the start
-로 시작하다
Local phone numbers begin with 01224.
to begin with B1 at the start of a situation
처음에는
To begin with, I was very nervous.
to begin with used to give the first important reason for something
우선
The hotel was awful! To begin with, our room was too small.
(Definition of begin from the Cambridge English-Korean Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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