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Translation of "about" - English-Korean dictionary

about

preposition   /əˈbaʊt/
A1 relating to a particular subject (특정한 주제)-에 관하여 What was she talking about?
UK to or in different parts of a place 이리저리 We wandered about the town.
what/how about…?
A2 used to suggest something (제안할때)-는 어때? What about some lunch?
what/how about…?
B1 used to ask for someone’s opinion on a particular subject (상대방의 의견을 물을때)-는 어떻게 생각해? What about this restaurant? Is it good?
(Definition of about preposition from the Cambridge English-Korean Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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