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Korean term or phrase:sheer
Japanese translation:yasunde kudasai / kyuukei shite kudasai
Entered by: Will Matter
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17:14 Dec 8, 2003
Korean to Japanese translations [Non-PRO]
Korean term or phrase: sheer
Used in a martial arts school to signify "rest" (or relax) after saying "goman". (end)
Suzanne
yasunde
Explanation:
Not sure if i remember this from TKD or not, maybe my sonsaengnim didn't use this one but for Japanese you can say 'yasunde (kudasai)' which means 'rest' HTH.

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Note added at 2003-12-08 19:02:39 (GMT)
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You can also say \'kyuukei shite...\' (less formal) or \'kyuukei shite kudasai\' (more formal) for \'please take a break/please rest\' HTH.

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Note added at 2004-03-23 23:06:25 (GMT)
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Also, \"yasunde kudasai\" if you wish to be formal.
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yasunde


Explanation:
Not sure if i remember this from TKD or not, maybe my sonsaengnim didn't use this one but for Japanese you can say 'yasunde (kudasai)' which means 'rest' HTH.

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Note added at 2003-12-08 19:02:39 (GMT)
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You can also say \'kyuukei shite...\' (less formal) or \'kyuukei shite kudasai\' (more formal) for \'please take a break/please rest\' HTH.

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Note added at 2004-03-23 23:06:25 (GMT)
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Also, \"yasunde kudasai\" if you wish to be formal.

Will Matter
United States
Local time: 10:07
Native speaker of: Native in EnglishEnglish
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agree  Daniel Mencher
85 days
  -> arigatoo.

agree  Vulcan27: kam sa hamnida
105 days
  -> thanks!
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