19:47 Sep 6, 2000
English to Korean translations [Non-PRO]
English term or phrase: Gimme
Just a basic translation of how to say/pronounce 'gimme' in Korean....THANKS!
Mistie Barnes

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naNa han tae nae noa. (나한테 내놔)
Huisuk Kim-Tyner
na1) 이리 주세요 2) 저에게 주세요



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1) 이리 주세요 2) 저에게 주세요

1) '이리'literally means 'here'
and '주세요' cordial ending of the verb 'to give'.
2) '저에게' is 'to me' and '주세요' cordial ending of the verb 'to give'. But in both cases you usually would need a direct object of 'to give' as well, say, an apple. If so, it would be '사과를 이리 주세요'or '저에게 사과를 주세요'. All the best!

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Na han tae nae noa. (나한테 내놔)

Gimme can be sometimes forcing and demanding opponent to give you (It depends on the attitute of a person who is speaking and how a person is saying.) and it is not a proper way to say to people you don't know. It can only be use by people close to each other. So it can be a slang word as well.

Huisuk Kim-Tyner
United States
Local time: 03:46
Native speaker of: Native in KoreanKorean
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