Meaning of '쎄다'? For a subtitle originally saying '너무 소녀가 쎄지 않아요?' the translation is given as 'Isn't it too much for this to be a girl?'. I would translate it as 'Isn't this girl too strong (to be a girl)?', with 쎄지 being a different spelling of 세지 (from 세다). Is this right or is the original translation more accurate? Thank you :3
Nov 6, 2018 3:09 AM
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쎄다 is a dialect of 세다(to be strong) 너무 소녀가 쎄지 않아요? I would translate it as Isn't she too strong/powerful for a girl?
November 6, 2018
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