English to Korean Meaning :: necessary

Necessary :
필요한
필요한, 필연의, 필연적인필요한 물건, 필요한 행동 - 필요한필수품필요한
 
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Noun(1) anything indispensable
Adjective(1) absolutely essential(2) unavoidably determined by prior circumstances

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(1) The magazine, he says, is ÔÇÿa necessary consequence of their superstar statusÔÇÖ.(2) If the answer is still yes, you must accept all the necessary consequences.(3) driving is a necessary evil(4) How can one responsibly teach writers who use the reader's revulsion and horror as necessary responses?(5) Many developing countries may lack the resources necessary to prevent such outbreaks.(6) So urgency cannot be construed as a strictly necessary condition for the status of an impulse or desire as addictive.(7) He saw radical skepticism as a necessary consequence of the misery of the human condition.(8) leaving players out is a necessary part of the manager's job(9) Because the dealer may not follow through on completing and filing the necessary paperwork.(10) Killing wasn't fun or heroic; it was simply sometimes necessary for survival.(11) The necessary consequence is that there had to be a redefinition of the rights and obligations of the parents, and of those with care of children.(12) It is not a necessary consequence, or a condition, of industrialization.(13) If it is shown that the opinion actually formed is not an opinion of this character, then the necessary opinion does not exist.(14) But biodiversity is a necessary precondition for the long-term maintenance of biological resources.(15) Other disciplines and artistic representation are an inevitable and necessary part of the mix.(16) Often it's impossible for the architect of a company to make the changes necessary to ensure it survives.
Related Words
(1) not necessary ::
필요하지
(2) if necessary ::
필요하다면
(3) it is necessary ::
필요가있다
(4) it is not necessary ::
그것은 필요하지 않습니다
(5) as necessary ::
필요
(6) it's necessary ::
이것이 필요하다
(7) when necessary ::
필요할 땐
(8) necessary evil ::
필요악
(9) absolutely necessary ::
꼭 필요한
(10) very necessary ::
매우 필요
Synonyms
Adjective
1. obligatory ::
의무
2. requisite ::
필요한
4. compulsory ::
강제적 인
5. mandatory ::
필수
6. imperative ::
피할 수 없는
8. de rigueur ::
드 알맞 ㄴ
9. essential ::
본질적인
10. indispensable ::
없어서는 안될
11. vital ::
치명적인
Noun
12. necessity ::
필요성
13. requirement ::
요구 사항
14. requisite ::
필요한
15. essential ::
본질적인
Antonyms
1. elective ::
임의로 선택할 수 있는
2. voluntary ::
자발적인
Different Forms
necessaries, necessary
Word Example from TV Shows

The best way to learn proper English is to read news report, and watch news on TV. Watching TV shows is a great way to learn casual English, slang words, understand culture reference and humor. If you have already watched these shows then you may recall the words used in the following dialogs.

...as well as the necessary W-2Gs.
I know a couple casino managers...

...as well as the NECESSARY W-2Gs. I know a couple casino managers...

Breaking Bad Season 3, Episode 11


I don’t care. Get the owner out\\Nof his house if necessary.\0

I don’t care. Get the owner out
of his house if NECESSARY.

Money Heist Season 1, Episode 7


That won\

That won't be NECESSARY, Ser Meryn.

Game of Thrones Season 5, Episode 2


- Shall I return after?
- That won\

- Shall I return after? - That won't be NECESSARY.

Game of Thrones Season 2, Episode 3


But sometimes tragedies
are necessary

But sometimes tragedies are NECESSARY

Game of Thrones Season 7, Episode 3


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