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22:17 May 14, 2002
English to Korean translations [Non-PRO]
Bus/Financial
English term or phrase: enjoy
as in "enjoy a wine"
this will be on a large banner at a wine festival enticing Asians, new to wine, to try a particularly attractive wine for their food styles.
Chinese. Korean. Japanes, Thai
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Summary of answers provided
5즐기세요 / 즐기십시오 or 즐겨 보세요 / 즐겨 보십시오mymuse


  

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즐기세요 / 즐기십시오 or 즐겨 보세요 / 즐겨 보십시오


Explanation:
즐기세요: Pronounced "jeul-gi-se-yo." This means "enjoy" in a suggestive way, telling or offering the the person to enjoy whatever has been offered. It is a polite form of speech, but not overly formal.

즐기십시오: Pronounced "jeul-gi-ship-shi-o." This is the same meaning as above, but in a slightly more formal expression. It can even be viewed as a more masculine expression than the above "즐기세요." (Masculine meaning, a more appropriate expression for when a man speaks.)

즐겨 보세요: Pronounced "jeul-gyuh-bo-se-yo." This has a similar meaning except for that it includes the suggestion to "try" whatever has been offered and "enjoy." "보세요" means "(please) try" or "(please) see." In this case it means "(please) try."

즐겨 보십시오: Pronounced "jeul-gyuh-bo-ship-shi-o." This is the same meaning as "즐겨 보세요," but is a slightly more formal and masculine expression.


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