How to say enough / stop in Korean: Dwaesseoyo. / Geumanhaseyo.

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How to say enough / stop in Korean: Dwaesseoyo. / Geumanhaseyo.

Learning Korean for travel or study? Let’s try this term:

To say enough / stop in Korean: Dwaesseoyo. / Geumanhaseyo.
Say it out loud: “Dae Suh Yo. / Ku Mahn Hah Se Yo.

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Some more helpful words in our Korean Urgency category:

enough / stop – Dwaesseoyo. / Geumanhaseyo.  (Dae Suh Yo. / Ku Mahn Hah Se Yo.)
go away – Jeori Gaseyo.  (Jo Ri Ga Se Yo.)
help me – Dowajuseyo.  (Do Wa Joo Se Yo.)
I don't understand – Ihaega Andwaeyo.  (Ee Hae Ga Ahn Dae Yo.)

And here’s how to say enough / stop in other languages!

Arabic–yakfy / Kef  (yak fy / kef)
Chinese–Gòule / Hǎole  (Go Luh / Hao Luh)
Croatian–dosta  (doe stuh)
Czech–dost / stop  (doest / stop)
Finnish–riittää / seis  (reat taah / seh is)
French–Ça suffit  (suh sue fee)
German–genug  (guh nook)
Italian–basta  (bah sta)
Japanese–Juubun Desu / Yamete Kudasai  (Jew Bunn Dess / Yah Meh Teh Koo Dah Sai)
Korean–Dwaesseoyo. / Geumanhaseyo.  (Dae Suh Yo. / Ku Mahn Hah Se Yo.)
Polish–wystarczy/ stop  (vee star' chee/ stop)
Portuguese–Bastante  (baas taan chee)
Russian–dostatochno / stop  (dah stah tah chnah / stop)
Spanish–basta!  (bah' stuh!)
Swahili–wacha  (wah cha)
Thai–Pho Laeo  (paw lay-oh)
Turkish–dur!  (dur)
Vietnamese–Đủ / Dừng  (Du / Yung)

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Biography: Jung-Eun was born and raised in Seoul, Korea. She has a Master's degree in Translation and Localization Management and is currently working as a project manager at a translation company.
Born: Seoul, Korea
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