Korean Word:
Romanization: dwi
English Meaning: 1. behind, back, rear 2. after, next

Word Forms: 뒷 (dwit)

Example Sentences:

저는 아침 식사를 한 뒤 곧 시내로 차를 몰고 나갔습니다.
juh neun a chim shik sa reul han dwi got shi ne ro cha reul mol go na gat seup ni da.
I had breakfast, and shortly afterwards I drove into town.
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우리는 영화를 본 뒤 근사한 식당에 갔습니다.
woo ri neun yung wha reul bon dwi geun sa han shik dang e gat seup ni da.
We went to the cinema, and afterwards to a fancy restaurant.
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그 박스는 소파 뒤에 있습니다.
geu bak seu neun so pa dwi e it seup ni da.
The box is behind the sofa.
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비밀의 문 뒤에는 통로가 있었습니다.
bi mil ui moon dwui e noon tong ro ga i sut soop ni da.
There was a passageway behind the secret door.
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뉴욕행 비행기가 30분 뒤에 출발합니다.
nyoo yok heng bi heng gi ga sam ship boon dwi e chool bal hap ni da.
The plane leaves for New York in 30 minutes.
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저희 집은 그 유명한 오래된 맥주 공장 뒷길에 있습니다.
juh hui jip eun geu yoo myung han o re dwen mek joo gong jang dwit gil e it seup ni da.
I live on the street behind the famous old brewery.
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저는 가끔 무서운 책을 읽고 난 뒤에 악몽을 꾸곤 합니다.
juh neun ga keum moo suh woon chek eul ik go nan dwui e ak mong eul koo gon hap ni da.
Sometimes after I read a scary book I have nightmares.
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