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Old 12th February 2006, 07:20 PM
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Korean 53k overture

바닥 Bottom? Any importance? LOL
i regged it today
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Old 26th February 2006, 03:35 AM
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Re: Korean 53k overture

so does anyone know what this is?? I translated it to bottom a while back but the overture is so high....
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Re: Korean 53k overture

http://inventory.overture.com/d/sear...ry/suggestion/

for 바닥 returns zero ?!
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Re: Korean 53k overture

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Try this jose:

http://inventory.overture.com/d/sear...estion/?mkt=kr

Other variable settings off the top of my head:
jp = japanese
de = deutsche
fr = french
br = portugese
es = espanol
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Re: Korean 53k overture

From what I see it does indeed mean 'bottom'. The second result on Google is a Wikipedia article on what I believe is the 'bottom quark' (as in subatomic physics).

Other interpretations of 'bottom' seem to be 'sole of the shoe' or 'floor'. Maybe the high overture count comes from 'floor'. It is also used to describe the lowest point on a graph, like 'stock market bottom' or 'valley'. Anyway, looks like it's got many generic meanings which is always good.

I am not a native speaker so I can't verify this, but that's what is looks like to me.
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Re: Korean 53k overture

Thanks gramma
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Re: Korean 53k overture

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From what I see it does indeed mean 'bottom'. The second result on Google is a Wikipedia article on what I believe is the 'bottom quark' (as in subatomic physics).

Other interpretations of 'bottom' seem to be 'sole of the shoe' or 'floor'. Maybe the high overture count comes from 'floor'. It is also used to describe the lowest point on a graph, like 'stock market bottom' or 'valley'. Anyway, looks like it's got many generic meanings which is always good.

I am not a native speaker so I can't verify this, but that's what is looks like to me.
53k for it tho? Most generics that seem better than this word only have 5k-9k ovt.

lol could be a persons bottom too? :P
I am so confused
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Re: Korean 53k overture

Maybe it means "anal" too? :^)
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Re: Korean 53k overture

My dictionary says 바닥 is "floor"
and this: 밑바닥 is bottom.

When I'm not quite sure about a word's translation, I use google photos to see how the word is used on websites.

Sorry, no chicks' bottoms there

p.s. I know it's an oder thread, but, oh well...
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Re: Korean 53k overture

Maybe it's "bottom" as in S&M terminology "a bottom"
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Re: Korean 53k overture

IMO
It's right that 바닥 translated to 'Bottom'.
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