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Korean

dae

English

dae dae

Last Update: 2018-05-30
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Korean

dae hae

English

daehae

Last Update: 2018-12-27
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Korean

kun dae

English

kundae

Last Update: 2013-09-19
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Korean

MUL 또는 *

English

MUL or *

Last Update: 2012-10-24
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Korean

nam dae mun

English

The Southern Gate

Last Update: 2018-12-22
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Korean

an dae yo

English

No

Last Update: 2016-12-22
Usage Frequency: 1
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Korean

an dae yo

English

go

Last Update: 2016-12-22
Usage Frequency: 1
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Korean

예: 7 MUL 9

English

Example: 7 MUL 9

Last Update: 2013-06-21
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Korean

Jul Dae Tae Bo Hae

English

hello

Last Update: 2019-01-14
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Korean

Keu dae ji geum nae ka seum me deul leo wa sa rang eul mal ha go iss jyo Ggum mi a ni gi leul na neun ki do hae bwa yo Nae mam mi ja gu keu dae lan sa lam noh ji mal la go ha ne yo Yok sim meul nae la myeo ba bo gat teun mal leul ha ne yo U yeon hi da ga on keu dae sa rang I waen ji nach seol ji anh nass jyo Ha ji man yak sok dwen in yeon I gi e sa rang I dwel jul mul lass jyo Jo geum hu myeon keu dae bo nae ya hal ten de keu leol ja sin ni eobs jyo Na heul lo iss deon keu ja li leul chaj ja I je dol la gal bbun nin de Dang yeon han il lin de wae mam mi a peu jyo Keu dae won ha deon sa rang eul chaj ja I je dol la gal bbun nin de Haeng bok kan keu dae leul us seu myeo bo nae ya hal ten de Nae nun neul bo myeo sa rang eul mal ha jyo seu chyeo gan sa rang I ji man I sun gan na neun neo mu haeng bok kae yo ma chi ggum meul ggun gos cheo leom I je ya al lass seo yo cheo eum bu teo u lin sa lang haess seoss da neun geol Na hol lo iss deon keu ja li leul chaj ja I je dol la gal bbun nin de Dang yeon han il lin de wae mam mi a peu jyo Keu dae weon ha deon sa rang eul chaj ja I je dol la gal bbun nin de Haeng bok kan keu dae leul us seu myeo bo nae ya hal ten de Nae ge sa rang eul ju myeon an dwe na yo keu dae jeong mal an dwe na yo Ee-jeh-nun geudae-reul ee-toh-rohk sarang-ha-neun-deh

English

Song

Last Update: 2014-10-22
Usage Frequency: 5
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Korean

Outside a character class, in the default matching mode, the circumflex character is an assertion which is true only if the current matching point is at the start of the subject string. Inside a character class, circumflex has an entirely different meaning (see below). Circumflex need not be the first character of the pattern if a number of alternatives are involved, but it should be the first thing in each alternative in which it appears if the pattern is ever to match that branch. If all possible alter- natives start with a circumflex, that is, if the pattern is constrained to match only at the start of the subject, it is said to be an "anchored" pattern. (There are also other con- structs that can cause a pattern to be anchored.) A dollar character is an assertion which is TRUE only if the current matching point is at the end of the subject string, or immediately before a newline character that is the last character in the string (by default). Dollar need not be the last character of the pattern if a number of alternatives are involved, but it should be the last item in any branch in which it appears. Dollar has no special meaning in a character class. The meaning of dollar can be changed so that it matches only at the very end of the string, by setting the PCRE_DOLLAR_ENDONLY option at compile or matching time. This does not affect the \Z assertion. The meanings of the circumflex and dollar characters are changed if the PCRE_MULTILINE option is set. When this is the case, they match immediately after and immediately before an internal "\n" character, respectively, in addition to matching at the start and end of the subject string. For example, the pattern /^abc$/ matches the subject string "def\nabc" in multiline mode, but not otherwise. Conse- quently, patterns that are anchored in single line mode because all branches start with "^" are not anchored in mul- tiline mode. The PCRE_DOLLAR_ENDONLY option is ignored if PCRE_MULTILINE is set. Note that the sequences \A, \Z, and \z can be used to match the start and end of the subject in both modes, and if all branches of a pattern start with \A is it always anchored, whether PCRE_MULTILINE is set or not.

English

The sequence (?# marks the start of a comment whichThe sequence (?# marks the start of a comment which continues up to the next closing parenthesis.

Last Update: 2011-10-24
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