(구) 꼭 알아야하는 고교 영어단어 1200 (부산광역시교육청) - 1급
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acute
[형] ①(아픔․감정 등이)격렬한 ②(감각 등이)예리한
I felt acute pains in my back.
adhere
[동] ①점착[부착, 유착]하다 ②고수하다, 지지하다
We adhere to the principle that everyone should be treated fairly.
adjacent
[형] 접근한, 인접한
There are also two roads adjacent to the railway lines.
adjourn
[동] ①(회의 등을)연기하다 ②(회의 등을)휴회하다
The hearing was adjourned for a week.
adore
[동] ①(하느님․사람을)숭배하다 ②아주 좋아하다
She adores French perfume.
advent
[명] (중요한 인물․사건의) 출현, 도래
Since the advent of jet aircraft, travel has sped up.
adverse
[형] ①거스르는 ②반대하는 ③불리한, 불운한
Since the advent of jet aircraft, travel has sped up.
afflict
[동] 괴롭히다, 시달리게 하다
He was afflicted by your failure.
affluent
[형] ①풍부한, 부유한 ②거침없이 흐르는
Solar is generally a luxury good for affluent nations paying an environmental premium.
aggravate
[동] ①악화시키다 ②화나게 하다, 괴롭히다
Solar is generally a luxury good for affluent nations paying an environmental premium.
agitate
[동] ①흔들다 ②(사람을)선동하다, (마음을)교란하다
The students were agitated by the news.
ailment
[명] 병, 불쾌, 불안
The dust hits the peninsula every spring, causing various respiratory diseases and eye ailments.
alleviate
[동] (고통 등을)덜다, 완화하다, 경감하다
Heat often alleviates pain.
anatomy
[명] ①해부, 해부학 ②해부학적 구조
anatomy is a part of biology.
anecdote
[명] 일화, 기담
She prefaced her remarks with a personal anecdote.
annihilate
[동] ①전멸시키다 ②무력하게 하다 ③압도하다
The enemies were all but annihilated.
apprehend
[동] ①체포하다 ②파악하다, 깨닫다 ③걱정되다
I apprehended that the situation was serious.
aquarium
[명] ①수족관 ②(물고기•수초용) 유리 수조
Come connect with the wonderful world of sea creatures at the Downtown aquarium
arbitrary
[형] ①임의의, 멋대로인 ②독단적인 ③변덕스러운
She made an arbitrary choice of the black shoes instead of the brown ones.
archaeology
[명] ①고고학 ②(고대 문화의) 유적, 유물
I enjoy studying archaeology.
artery
[명] ①동맥 ②주요 도로, 간선
It is the main artery between Seoul and Busan.
arthritis
[명] 관절염
She is troubled by arthritis.
ascent
[명] ①상승, 오름 ②향상, 승진 ③오르막(길)
The sudden ascent of the elevator made us dizzy.
ascribe
[동] (원인을)~에 돌리다, (결과를) ~의 탓으로 돌리다
She ascribed her success to hard work.
assassinate
[동] 암살하다, (명예 등을) 훼손하다
They wove a plot to assassinate the king.
assault
[명] ①습격, 급습 ②비난 ③폭행 [동] 급습하다
They secured their town from an assault.
attribute
[동] ~의 탓으로 하다 [명] 속성, 특성
The doctor attributed the cause of his illness to overwork.
authentic
[형] ①진정한, 진짜의 ②믿을 만한 ③인증된
Even though other people say it is not authentic, I still want to believe.
avalanche
[명] ①눈사태 ②(질문, 편지 등의) 쇄도
The town is in danger from an avalanche.
axis
[명] ①굴대, 지축 ②중심선 ③(운동, 발전 등의) 중추
The earth makes one revolution on its axis every twenty-four hours.
baffle
[동] ①당황하게 하다 ②좌절시키다 ③흐름을 멈추다
The sudden question baffled me.
banish
[동] ①추방하다 ②(사람을)내쫓다, (근심을) 떨쳐버리다
banish all troubles from your mind.
barometer
[명] ①기압계 ②(여론의) 지표
A barometer is used to measure the pressure of the atmosphere.
barter
[동] 물물 교환하다 [명] 물물 교환
To pay the tuition, I had to barter away my car.
bewilder
[동] 당황하게 하다, 어리둥절하게 하다
She was bewildered by their questions.
bleak
[형] ①황량한, 처량한 ② (날씨•바람 등이)차가운
She was bewildered by their questions.
blunder
[명] 큰 실수 [동] ①큰 실수를 하다 ②(일을) 그르치다
It was a blunder to invite them.
brag
[동] 자랑하다 [명] 허풍, 자랑
He always brags about how rich his father is.
breakthrough
[명] ①돌파 ②(과학 등의) 큰 발전 ③(난관의) 돌파(구)
His research led to a major breakthrough in the fight against cancer.
brink
[명] ①(낭떠러지․벼랑의) 가장자리 ②직전
She lingered on the brink of death.
brisk
[형] ①활발한 ②상쾌한 ③무뚝뚝한 ④거품이 잘 이는
Business is always brisk before Christmas.
brook
[명] 시내, 개천
The brook meanders through the valley.
bruise
[명] 타박상, 멍 [동] ~에게 타박상을 주다, 멍들게 하다
My bruise is still tender.
cactus
[명] 선인장
A cactus is a prickly plant whose stem stores water.
caress
[명] 애무 [동] ①애무하다 ②어르다, 달래다
I caress your hand, watching you while you sleep so sweetly.
catalyst
[명] ①촉매, 자극, 촉진제 ②촉매 역할을 하는 사람
Not only is he a big star, but Rain can also be a catalyst in promoting cultural exchanges.
celebrity
[명] ①유명인 ②명성
She is something of a celebrity.
cemetery
[명] 묘지
His ancestors lie in the cemetery.
choke
[동] ①질식시키다 ②억제하다
A coin almost choked the baby.
chuckle
[명] 킬킬웃음 [동] 킬킬웃다
We had a good chuckle.
cluster
[명] ①무리, 집단 ②(과일) 송이 [동] 모으다
The view is obstructed by a cluster of trees.
commodity
[명] 상품
Public transportation, cars, gas and household commodities are also expected to rise.
compassion
[명] 측은히 여김, 동정
For her compassion, she has become known as the angel bakery girl.
comply
[동] (요구, 명령, 규칙에) 따르다, 응하다 《with》
I am not in a position to comply with your request.
concede
[동] ①인정하다 ②부여하다 ③양보하다
We must concede that this is true.
conceive
[동] ①상상하다, (생각을) 품다 ②이해하다
I cannot conceive of your doing such a silly thing.
condense
[동] ①응축하다, 응결하다 ② (사상•표현을) 요약하다
The cool air makes the vapor condense into a cloud.
conform
[동] ① (행위•습관 등을) (모범•범례에) 따르게 하다 ② (사람이) (규칙•습속 등에) 따르다 《to》
Products must conform to strict standards.
console
[동] 위로하다, 위문하다
That consoled me for the loss.
conspicuous
[형] ①눈에 띄는, 뚜렷한 ② (취미•센스가) 화려한
Atmospheric contamination by exhaust fumes from automobiles has become conspicuous, particularly in urban areas
conspiracy
[명] 음모, 공모, 모의
My opponents are rigging up a conspiracy .
consternation
[명] 깜짝 놀람, 대경실색
To my consternation, it had completely disappeared.
constitute
[동] 구성하다, 구성 요소가 되다
These elements combine to constitute the
contempt
[명] 경멸(disdain), 멸시, 업신여김, 모욕
If you have contempt for someone, you
convene
[동] <모임•회의를> 소집하다;(법정 등에) 소환하다
The general manager plans to convene his employees to review security procedures.
converse
[동](남과) (…에 대해) 이야기하다, 담화하다
It allows you to converse with other Windows users over a network.
corridor
[명] 복도, 회랑(回廊)
A corridor runs through the house.
counterfeit
[형] 위조의, 가짜의(forged) [동] <화폐•지폐 등을> 위조하다(forge)
On closer inspection the money turned out to be counterfeit .
cramp
[명] ①꺾쇠(=cramp iron) ②(근육의) 경련, 쥐
He was seized with a cramp while
creed
[형] ①(종교상의) 교의(敎義) ②(일반적으로) 신조, 신념
That is an article of my creed.
culprit
[명] 범죄자, 죄인, 범인(offender)
The detectives scattered to round up the culprit .
curb
[명] ①재갈, 고삐 ②속박 [동] 억제하다(restrain)
To help curb population growth, the government has imposed family planning restrictions.
curtail
[동] ①짧게 줄이다(shorten);단축하다 ② (비용 등을) 삭감하다
Do you think it will be necessary to curtail production?
dagger
[명] 단도, 단검 [동] 단검으로 찌르다
He thrust a dagger into his enemy´s heart.
defy
[동] ①무시하다 ②도전하다
Do you mean to defy me?
depict
[동] 그리다, 묘사하다
The writer depicted him as a hero.
deplete
[동] 격감시키다, 고갈시키다
Once our stock is depleted, there will be no more available at these prices.
dermatologist
[명] 피부과 의사
dermatologist s have sounded alarms about the spike in skin cancer rates.
deteriorate
[명] ①나쁘게 하다 ②나빠지다
We should not deteriorate the quality of education.
diagnosis
[명] 진단
That doctor never makes a wrong diagnosis.
dilute
[동] 묽게하다, 묽어지다 [형] 묽게 한, 희석한
If you give your baby juice, dilute it well with cooled, boiled water.
discern
[동] ①식별하다 ②분별하다 ③깨닫다
They could not discern who was telling the truth.
disposition
[명] ①배열 ②처분, 매각 ③성질, 성향
He had a disposition to do gambling.
dissertation
[명] ①학술 논문, 박사 논문 ②논설, 논술
The material was lifted from somebody's dissertation.
divert
[동] ①~으로 전환하다 ②(주의를)딴 곳으로 돌리다 ③ 기분전환을 시키다
Nothing could divert his thoughts from his mother's sudden death.
dreary
[형] ①적적한, 황량한 ②지루한, 따분한 [명] 따분한 사람
Suppose plants were not to flower, how dreary nature would be!
dubious
[형] ①수상쩍은 ②반신반의하는 ③모호한
It's dubious if they'll come.
dwindle
[동] 차츰 작아지다
The world's supply of fossil fuels is dwindling.
ebb
[명] ①썰물 ②감퇴 [동] ①빠지다 ②줄다, 기울다
The tide is on the ebb.
eccentric
[형] 별난, 괴벽스러운 [명] ①별난 사람 ②이상한 일
She thought it was eccentric to go swimming at night.
elaborate
[형] 정교한, 공들인 [동] ①애써 만들다 ②갈고 닦다
No sooner had I finished an elaborate car
emancipation
[명] ①(노예 등의) 해방 ②(미신 등으로부터의) 해방
The emancipation of slaves marks an epoch in American history.
embargo
[명] ①(선박의) 출항[입항] 금지 ② 통상 정지; 봉쇄
Exports rapidly increased after the trade embargo was lifted.
enhance
[동] (질•능력 등을) 높이다, 강화하다
The effect of this forceful poem is enhanced by contrast.
entangle
[동] ①얽히게 하다, ② (함정•곤란 등에) 빠뜨리다
The town was entangled with their scheme.
entitle
[동] ①…의 칭호를 주다 ②권리[자격]를 주다
He is entitled to a pension.
epidemic
[명] 유행병;(사상 등의) 보급 [형] 유행성의
The epidemic spread quickly in the village.
eradication
[명] 근절, 박멸
eradication of mosquitoes is difficult.
eulogy
[명] 찬사(praise), 찬양, (고인을)기리는 연설
Fellow actors gave eulogies at the funeral.
evacuate
[동] ①<장소•집 등을> 비우다 ②<군대를> 철수시키다
The civilians were evacuated from the dangerous town.
evade
[동] ①교묘히 피하다 ②<질문을>회피하다
It is surprising that so many people evade paying taxes.
excavate
[동] ①<굴•구멍을>파다 ②발굴하다
Remains of the Stone Age were excavated.
extravagant
[형] ①낭비하는, 사치스러운 ②터무니없는, 지나친
Those who are extravagant spend more money than they can afford.
fad
[명] 변덕;일시적 유행;일시적 열중
You´re easily swept along by fads, aren´t you?
feasible
[형] ①실행할 수 있는(practicable) ②알맞은(suitable),
I don´t know whether it is feasible or not.
feat
[명] ①위업(偉業),공(적) ②묘기, 재주,
Even before yesterday's feat , she had given evidence of her extraordinary ability.
flaw
[명] ①(보석 등의) 흠(crack) ②(성격의) 결점
When we fall in love, we are unable to see a person’s flaws.
fluctuation
[명]①(방향•위치•상황의)변동 ②(사람•마음의) 동요
The price fluctuations are difficult to
foe
[명] 적, 원수
We couldn´t tell whether he was friend or
fowl
[명] ①가금(家禽) 《거위, 칠면조 등》 ② 새고기;닭고기
It has led to the culling of millions of fowl.
fraud
[명] ①사기, 기만 ②사기(죄);사기 행위
Telemarketing fraud has been on the increase in recent months.
frigid
[형]① 몹시 추운 ②써늘한(cold), 냉랭한(indifferent)
The recent frigid weather will continue till tomorrow.
futile
[형] ① ( 행동 등이) 헛된 ②하찮은, 무능한
Attempts to convince him are futile .
geometry
[명]기하학
n. John isn't failing geometry , but he's just hanging on by a hair.
gigantic
[형] 거대한, 거창한, 막대한
It took a special lift to elevate the gigantic granite blocks into place.
gist
[명] 요점, 요지, 골자
Don't go into details about the book, just give me the gist .
growl
[동] (개 등이) 으르렁거리다
The dog growled at the stranger.
harass
[동] 괴롭히다, 귀찮게 굴다
She was often harassed with nuisance phone calls
hazard
[명] ①위험, 위난, 모험 ②우연, 운, 불확실함
Secondhand smoking is a big health hazard.
hierarchy
[명] 계층제, 계급제
There´s a very rigid social hierarchy in their society.
hilarious
[형] ①유쾌한, 즐거운 ②신나게 노는, 들떠서 떠드는
The movie was hilarious!
hypothesis
[명] 가설, 가정
We find much evidence converging to support the hypothesis.
illuminate
[동] 조명하다, 비추다, 밝게 하다
The focus of the probe will be to illuminate the
imminent
[형] 절박한, 촉박한, 일촉즉발의
He was aware of the imminent danger.
implement
[동] 이행하다 [명] ①도구, 용구 ②수단, 방법
It is increasingly difficult to implement the agreement.
improvise
[동] (시•곡 등을) 즉석에서 하다[짓다, 연주하다];
In jazz, the performers often improvise their own melodies.
impudent
[형] (행위 등이) 뻔뻔스러운, 염치없는
He was impudent enough to ask me for a
inflict
[동] (벌 등을) 주다, 과하다 《on》
Regular exposure to loud music and noise can inflict permanent hearing damage.
inhale
[동] (공기•가스 등을) 들이쉬다, 흡입하다
It is dangerous to inhale ammonia fumes.
inquisitive
[형] 질문[연구]을 좋아하는, 탐구적인
Both boys were curious, gifted at math, and inquisitive .
inscription
[명] 명(銘), 비명(碑銘), (화폐 등의) 명각(銘刻)
Centuries of wind and rain had worn away
insomnia
[명] 불면(증)
Some believe insomnia is caused by worries
insulate
[동]①<물리•전기>절연[단열, 방음]하다 ②분리[격리]하다
Several villages were insulated by placing
intangible
[형] ①손으로 만질 수 없는 ②파악할 수 없는
It’s not some intangible dream.
integrate
[동] <부분•요소를> 통합하다,
He’s a computer scientist working on how to integrate technology into our daily lives.
intestine
[명] [보통 pl.] 창자, 장 [형] 내부의, 체내의
The food we eat passes through the stomach and intestines.
intricate
[형] 얽힌, 복잡한
The plot of this story is very intricate .
jeopardize
[동] 위태롭게 하다, 위험에 빠뜨리다
The scandal could jeopardize his chances of
juvenile
[형] 소년[소녀]의 [명] 청소년
Establishment of measures for proper
kidnap
[동] (아이를) 유괴하다(abduct), 납치하다
Two journalists were kidnapped by terrorists.
lament
[동] 슬퍼하다, 비탄하다 [명] 비탄, 한탄
He lament s that his youth is gone.
lavish
[형] 헤픈, 사치스런 [동] 낭비하다
I don't make jokes on such a lavish scale.
legitimate
[형] ①합법적인, 적법의 ②이치에 맞는 [동] 합법으로 인정하다
You must use public money only for legitimate purposes.
lethal
[형] ①죽음의[에 이르는] ②치명적인(fatal)
The disclosures were lethal to his reputation.
lofty
[형] ①우뚝[높이] 솟은 ②당당한, 거만한
The project was criticized as having lofty but unrealistic goals.
longitude
[명] (지리)경도(經度), 경선(經線)
The nation´s capital is at longitude 21 degrees east.
lure
[명] ①매혹물 ②덫 [동]유혹하다
The world’s best business minds are gathering to discuss how to lure customers.
admonish
[동] ① 나무라다, 꾸짖다 ② 경고하다
The teacher admonished the child for coming late to school.
aggression
[명] 공격, 침략
Some types of dogs are bred for aggression.
anesthesia
[명] 마취, 마비
I’ve never had an operation and I’ve never had anesthesia.
magnificent
[형] 장려한, 훌륭한
I’ve never had an operation and I’ve never had anesthesia.
magnify
[동] 확대하다, 과장하다
I’ve never had an operation and I’ve never had anesthesia.
malicious
[형] 악의있는, 고의의
I’ve never had an operation and I’ve never had anesthesia.
maneuver
[명]책략, 작전행동, [동]연습시키다
Every year the army and navy hold maneuver s for practice.
manifest
[형]명백한 [동]명백하게 하다
The error was made manifest thanks to the accountant's recalculation.
manual
[형]손의, 손으로 하는 [명] 소책자, 안내서
The error was made manifest thanks to the accountant's recalculation.
massacre
[명]대량학살, 완패 [동]학살하다
The error was made manifest thanks to the accountant's recalculation.
mediate
[동] 조정하다, 중재하다
The error was made manifest thanks to the accountant's recalculation.
meditate
[동]명상하다, 숙고하다
The error was made manifest thanks to the accountant's recalculation.
menace
[명]협박, 위협 [동]협박하다.
The error was made manifest thanks to the accountant's recalculation.
meticulous
[형] 꼼꼼한, 세심한, 신중한
The error was made manifest thanks to the accountant's recalculation.
meteorology
[명]기상학
The error was made manifest thanks to the accountant's recalculation.
mince
[동] 잘게 썰다.
The error was made manifest thanks to the accountant's recalculation.
mishap
[명]재난, 사고
Poor communications were to blame for the mishap .
mitigate
[동]완화하다, 누그러뜨리다
Poor communications were to blame for the mishap .
momentous
[형] 중요한, 중대한
Poor communications were to blame for the mishap .
morale
[명]사기, 의욕, 도덕
The morale of the whole army is very high.
mortgage
[명]저당, [동]저당 잡히다
The morale of the whole army is very high.
muggy
[형]무더운, 찌는 듯한
The morale of the whole army is very high.
mummy
[명]미라, 바짝 마른 것
The morale of the whole army is very high.
municipal
[형] 도시의, 시의
The morale of the whole army is very high.
nasty
[형]더러운, 불쾌한
The morale of the whole army is very high.
notify
[동]알리다, 통지하다, 발표하다
The morale of the whole army is very high.
notorious
[형] 악명 높은
She is a notorious liar.
novice
[명] 풋내기, 무경험자
She is a notorious liar.
nurture
[명]양육 [동]양육하다, 기르다
She is a notorious liar.
oar
[명]노 [동]노를 젓다.
She is a notorious liar.
oath
[명] 맹세, 서약
She is a notorious liar.
oblivious
[형] 잘 잊어버리는, 안중에 없는
She is a notorious liar.
obscene
[형]외설의, 음란한
She is a notorious liar.
obscure
[형] 분명치 않은, 흐린, 어둠에 가린 [동] 흐릿하게 하다
She is a notorious liar.
orchid
[명]난초
She is a notorious liar.
orthodox
[형]정통의, 전통파의, 보수의
orthodox political economics
overt
[형]명백한, 공공연한
orthodox political economics
panting
[형]헐떡거리는, 가슴이 두근거리는
orthodox political economics
peninsula
[명]반도
The Korean peninsula is a blessed land.
perch
[명]횃대, [동]자리에 앉히다
The Korean peninsula is a blessed land.
perpetual
[형]영속하는, 끊임없는
The Korean peninsula is a blessed land.
persecute
[동]박해하다, 괴롭히다
The Korean peninsula is a blessed land.
per spire
[동]땀을 흘리다, 발산증발 시키다.
The Korean peninsula is a blessed land.
pertinent
[형]적절한, 관련있는
The Korean peninsula is a blessed land.
pious
[형]경건한, 독실한
The Korean peninsula is a blessed land.
poke
[동]찌르다, 구멍내다
The Korean peninsula is a blessed land.
pollen
[명] 꽃가루, 화분
The Korean peninsula is a blessed land.
portray
[동]그리다, 묘사하다
The Korean peninsula is a blessed land.
poultry
[명] 가금 《닭•칠면조•집오리•거위 등》
The Korean peninsula is a blessed land.
precarious
[형]불확실한, 지레짐작의
The Korean peninsula is a blessed land.
precipitation
[명]투하, 낙하, 조급함, 강수량
The Korean peninsula is a blessed land.
predator
[명] 약탈자, 포식동물
Cats are natural predator s of birds.
prevalent
[형]일반적으로 행해지는, 유행하는
Cats are natural predator s of birds.
procrastinate
[동] 미루다, 연기하다
Her professor scolded her for procrastinating.
quench
[동]불을 끄다, 소멸시키다.
Her professor scolded her for procrastinating.
queue
[명]땋은 머리, 줄 [동]줄을 서다
Her professor scolded her for procrastinating.
radiation
[명]방사, 방사물
Her professor scolded her for procrastinating.
radical
[형]근본적인, 급진적인
Her professor scolded her for procrastinating.
rally
[동] 불러 모으다 [명]모임
Her professor scolded her for procrastinating.
random
[형]임의의, 닥치는 대로의
Her professor scolded her for procrastinating.
rational
[형]이성적인, 합리적인
Her professor scolded her for procrastinating.
realm
[명]왕국, 범위, 영역
Mythical gods usually lived in spiritual realms.
recession
[명]후퇴, 퇴각
Mythical gods usually lived in spiritual realms.
reciprocal
[형] 상호간의
Mythical gods usually lived in spiritual realms.
reckless
[형]무모한, 개의치 않는
Mythical gods usually lived in spiritual realms.
reckon
[동]수를 세다, 계산하다
Mythical gods usually lived in spiritual realms.
reconcile
[동] 화해시키다, 일치 조화시키다
Mythical gods usually lived in spiritual realms.
rectangular
[형]직사각형의, 직각의
Mythical gods usually lived in spiritual realms.
wane
[동]①작아지다②약해지다③감퇴하다[명]감퇴
The moon in the sky is on the wane.
warrant
[명]①정당한 이유 ②보증 ③영장 [동]①정당화하다 ②보증하다
The police considered Sands a strong suspect, but never issued a warrant for his arrest in connection with the murder.
weird
[형] ①기묘한 ②이상한 ③불가사의한
I just didn't want to get involved with someone
wrath
[명] ①분노 ②화
I hope that you never, ever get mad at me because I can see that your wrath is awesome.
rectangular
[형] 직사각형의
Do you know which country is the only one not to have a rectangular flag?
refrain
[동] ①그만두다 ②삼가다
Earlier, the government had stressed that it would refrain from raising taxation rates until at least 2010.
rejoice
[동] 기뻐하다
We rejoice in compassion and fear destruction in equal measure.
remit
[동] ①보내다 ②용서하다 [명] ①송부 ②사면
Also the staffers of the show production will be remitted to the personnel committee.
reproach
[동] ①비난하다 ②질책하다 [명] ①비난 ②질책
She´s beyond reproach : beautiful, intelligent and with an attractive figure to boot.
resolute
[형] ①굳게 결심한 ②단호한
The character turns out to be a rather resolute motherly figure.
retort
[동] ①반박[항변]하다 ②말대꾸하다 [명]말대답
He retorted to the accusation saying he was not to blame.
rhetoric
[명] ①수사법 ②수사학 ③설득력
We are used to this kind of North Korean rhetoric, Powell told reporters before his meeting with Ban.
salute
[동] ①경례하다 ②인사하다 [명]①경례 ②인사
I salute you for your magnificent achievement
sanction
[명] ①인가 ②제재 ③처벌 [동]인가하다
We have the sanction of the law to hunt in this place.
sanitary
[형] ①위생의 ②위생적인
However, these houses did not offer good sanitary conditions and burned easily in the case of a fire.
sarcastic
[형] ①빈정대는 ②풍자적인
They made several sarcastic remarks about the food.
saturate
[동] ①흠뻑 적시다 ②흠뻑 스며들게 하다.
It is easy to saturate oneself with sunshine in the summer.
scorch
[동] ①태우다 ②그슬리다.
It can scorch plants and cause excess growth at the expense of health and production.
segregation
[명] ①분리 ②격리 ③차별
There is growing recognition that we should abolish segregation.
shabby
[형] ①초라한 ②낡아빠진
By the time they were out of style I didn't care because they looked so shabby.
sinister
[형] ①불길한 ②사악한
Unfortunately some of the circus people have more sinister plans than just clowning around.
skull
[명] ①두개골 ②해골 [동] 머리를 때리다.
After all, the skull bone is connected to the toe bone but they are quite far apart.
slaughter
[명] ①도살 ②학살 [동] ①도살하다 ②학살하다.
To legalize the dog meat trade, the law on livestock slaughtering should be revised to include dogs.
smuggle
[동] ①밀수입(밀수출)하다 ②밀항하다.
He befriends some criminals so that they may smuggle him out of the city.
snarl
[동] 으르렁거리다, [명] ①얽힘 ②혼란
In addition to humans, other mammals including monkeys and dogs snarl, often to warn others of their potential bite.
sober
[형] ①술 취하지 않은, ②냉정한 [동] 냉정하게 하다
The realization that a catastrophe could occur at any time sobered them up.
solicit
[동] ①간청하다, ②권유하다.
No person shall solicit or request others for contributions
speculate
[동] ①사색하다, ②투기하다
Analysts speculate this is because of the widening gap with rival company NHN, the market leader.
splash
[동] ①(물,흙등이) 튀기다, ②튀다
The news of his death was splashed in headlines across all the newspapers.
spontaneous
[형] ①자발적인 ②자연적인
Rather he believed that simple forms of life were created continuously by spontaneous regeneration.
sprout
[명](식물의)눈,싹 [동]①싹트다 ②(싹이)나게하다
The plan is seen as an effort to differentiate the airline from low-cost airlines sprouting up in Asia.
stagnant
[형] ①흐르지 않는 ②발달(진보, 성장)이 없는
This is pretty much all we can do when sales are stagnant and the future looks dim, said Yoo.
stale
[형] ①싱싱하지 못한 ②시시한
No one wanted to drink the stale coffee.
stereotype
[명]①(인쇄)연판 ②고정관념
The character has characteristics of the stereotype of homosexuals common in the 1950s and early 1960s.
strife
[명] ①투쟁 ②다툼
As the strife continued, the King went to the gods and asked them for something to help keep the peace among the people.
substantial
[형] ①상당한 ②실체의, ③실속있는
They also point out it would place a substantial burden on the already tight national budget.
tariff
[명] ①관세 ②요금표
If we extend the oil tariff reduction for six months, it would have the same effect of offering 150 billion won to companies.
tentative
[형] ①시험적인 ②임시의 [명] ①시험 ②시도
I am drawing a tentative conclusion from my observations of other people's behavior.
testament
[명] ①유서 ②유언 ③증언
The soapstone sculptures of old testament prophets around the terrace are considered amongst his finest work.
thrive
[동] ①번영하다 ②무성해지다
Its stories of success are testimony to the fertile environment Korea provides for businesses to thrive, he said.
throb
[동] ①고동치다 ②흥분하다 ③감동하다
After I hit my toe on the chair, it throbbed for hours.
throne
[명] ①왕좌 ②왕위
On his accession to the throne he inherited vast estates.
throng
[명] ①군중 ②다수 [동] 떼를 지어 모이다
When they were let off near Red Square, they found themselves among a huge throng of people.
thrust
[동] ①밀다 ②떠밀다 [명] ①밀침 ②찌름
A third party should not thrust his nose into these matters.
tilt
[명] ①경사 ②기울기 [동] ①기울이다 ②기울다
That picture looks like it´s tilted slightly to the right.
torment
[명]①고뇌②고통 [명]①괴롭히다 ② 곤란하게하다
My two kids went through torment, but they are now grown and married and have caps -- million-dollar mouths.
toxic
[형]①유독한 ②치명적인 ③중독의 [명]유독화학약품
A chemical factor from the outside or inside of your body can result in a toxic headache.
tranquil
[형] 조용한
It was truly a tranquil paradise that so marvelously masked the grime and smoke of the industrial complex surrounding it.
transition
[명] ①변천 ②과도기
The school district recently completed a transition from Junior High Schools to Middle Schools.
tread
[동] ①걷다 ②밟다
Friction between the tire and the road surface causes the rubber tread to wear away over time.
treaty
[명] ①조약 ②협정
But the peace treaty that ended decades of war between the north and the south has yet to deliver the kind of progress many expected.
tyrant
[명] 폭군
Although the members of the palace look at her with love and admiration, she is in actuality a cruel, despotic tyrant.
ulcer
[명] ①궤양 ②폐해
At the age of five, the rust from the nail caused an ulcer in his stomach which required him to be hospitalized.
velocity
[명] ①속력 ②속도
Two cars are travelling along a road, both moving at a constant velocity.
ventilate
[동] ①공기를 통하다, ②환기하다
If you suspect that sewer gas is leaking into your building first ventilate it and then fill all your traps with water.
verge
[명] ①테두리 ②가장자리 ③변두리
She felt so sad that she was on the verge of bursting into tears.
verify
[동] ①증명하다 ②확인하다
The statement`s authenticity has yet to be verified both by Kuwaiti and South Korean officials.
versatile
[형] ①다재다능한 ②용도가 다양한
He is a versatile player who can play at either center or guard.
vexed
[형] ①곤란한, 속타는, ②짜증나는
Family matters were only part of what vexed Berry as a girl.
viable
[형]①생존가능한, ②실행가능한, ③실용적인
So, they've wasted a lot of money that could have gone toward a more viable concept from the beginning.
vice versa
[형] ①거꾸로 ②반대로
Each boy had only one girl partner and vice versa, they never changed partners.
volatile
[형] ①휘발성의, ②변덕스러운, ③민첩한
Stocks remained volatile into the afternoon, recovering much of their losses, then declining anew.
vulnerable
[형]①상처 입기 쉬운, ②공격 받기 쉬운
Given such changing conditions, older people especially will be vulnerable to colds.
wag
[동] ①흔들다, ②흔들리다
The happy dog wagged his tail.
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