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Translation of "wood" - English-Korean dictionary

wood

noun   /wʊd/
A2 [no plural] the hard material that trees are made of 나무 a piece of wood
A2 ( also woods) a large area of trees growing near each other We went for a walk in the woods.
knock on wood US ( UK touch wood)
said in order to avoid bad luck, either when you mention good luck that you have had in the past or when you mention hopes you have for the future 부정 타지 않게 행운을 비는 말 The deal will be agreed on Wednesday, knock on wood.
touch wood UK ( US knock on wood)
said in order to avoid bad luck, either when you mention good luck that you have had in the past or when you mention hopes you have for the future 부정 타지 않게 행운을 비는 말 The deal will be agreed on Wednesday, touch wood.
(Definition of wood from the Cambridge English-Korean Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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