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Translation of "sound" - English-Korean dictionary

sound

verb   /saʊnd/
sound good, interesting, strange, etc.
A2 to seem good, interesting, strange, etc. from what you have heard or read (듣거나 읽은 것이) 괜찮게, 흥미롭게, 이상하게 들리다 Your job sounds really interesting.
sound like/as if/as though
B1 to seem like something, from what you have heard or read -인것 같다 That sounds like a really good idea. It sounds like you’ve got a sore throat.
sound angry, happy, rude, etc.
to seem angry, happy, rude, etc. when you speak (말할때) 화나게, 행복하게, 무례하게 들린다 You don’t sound too sure about it.
(Definition of sound verb from the Cambridge English-Korean Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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