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okay so 목마르다 means "i'm thirsty" right? so was watching a live and an idol said "목말라요" and on the subtitles was translated as if she said "목마르다". what i want to know is if the translation was wrong or if the both terms are correct/means the same. thank you ^_^

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okay so 목마르다 means "i'm thirsty" right? so was watching a live and an idol said "목말라요" and on the subtitles was translated as if she said "목마르다". what i want to know is if the translation was wrong or if the both terms are correct/means the same. thank you ^_^
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