가져오다

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Korean[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From 가지다 (gajida, “to have”) + 오다 (oda, “to come”).

Pronunciation[edit]

Romanizations
Revised Romanization?gajyeooda
Revised Romanization (translit.)?gajyeooda
McCune–Reischauer?kajyŏoda
Yale Romanization?kacyeota

Verb[edit]

가져오다 (gajyeooda) (infinitive 가져와, sequential 가져오니)

  1. to bring something
    는 나의 숙제가져왔어.
    Naneun naui sukjereul gajyeowasseo.
    I brought my homework.
    학생은 숙제를 가져오지 않았어.
    Geu haksaeng-eun sukjereul gajyeooji anasseo.
    That student didn’t bring his homework.
  2. to incur; to entail

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Usage Notes[edit]

  • It is quite easy to confuse 가져오다 with 가져가다, because both of them can be translated as “bring”. However, the key difference between them is that they indicate the point of reference of the acting agent of the sentence to the speaker. In other words, the difference is whether the acting agent is “going to” or “coming to” the speaker.[1]

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