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What is the difference between "jjangkkaman" and "gidaryeo"?

For learning: Korean
Base language: English
Category: Language

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    The first one is " 잠깐만 [jam-kkan-man] " and it means " just a second " so it's used in the meaning of " wait a minute ".
    The second one is " 기다려 " it's an imperative verb and it means " wait ". So these two are almost in the same meaning if they're used in equal situations.

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