고등 다락원 김길중 고교공통 (개정) 2학기
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세트공유
proverb
n. 속담
One famous proverb is "Look before you leap.”
ring
v. 들리다
The student’s excuse for being late doesn’t ring true.
dine
v. 만찬을 들다
My family dines out every weekend.
proper
a. 적당한
He asked about the proper way to write his report.
approv
v. 찬성하다
Fortunately, his parents approved of his decision.
insult
v. 모욕하다
It is not polite to insult other people.
lap
n. 무릎
She has a book in her lap while she is writing a letter.
wrist
n. 손목
My wrists hurt very much after lifting the heavy box.
weapon
n. 무기
The most powerful weapon for changing the world is education.
appetizer
n. 전채 요리, 애피타이저
Enjoy free appetizers along with your favorite beverage.
accompaniment
n. 동반자, 동행
French fries are one of the most popular accompaniments to fried fish.
slurp
v. (무엇을 마시면서) 후루룩 소리를 내다
In some countries, it is all right to slurp your soup.
appreciation
n. 감사
He showed his appreciation of her help by sending her a gift.
compliment
n. 칭찬
Everyone loves getting sincere compliments.
upright
a. 똑바른, 꼿꼿한
He sat upright in the hard chair.
sip
v. 홀짝 마시다
Because the tea is hot, you had better sip it.
be supposed to
~할 의무가 있다
Everyone is supposed to wear a helmet when riding a bike.
acceptable
a. 용인되는
That kind of rude behavior is not acceptable at all.
left-handed
a. 왼손잡이의
According of some research, more men than women are left-handed.
throw away
버리다
Do you know how much food we throw away every day?
wasteful
a. 낭비적인
Many of his friends were disappointed with his wasteful spending.
utensil
n. 기구
Don’t share any eating or drinking utensils if you have a cold.
spoonful
n. 한 숟가락
Put a spoonful of sugar in your tea and stir it.
hospitality
n. 환대
I am very grateful for your hospitality during my stay in Korea.
betray
v. 배신하다
How could you betray your family?
offend
v. 불쾌하게 하다
I am sorry if I offended you.
fellow
n. 친구, 동료
He is a decent fellow even if he doesn’t look like one.
destination
n. 도착지
we spent a lot of time deciding on the destination of our trip.
doubt
v. 의심하다
I doubt that the medicine will work, but it’s worth trying.
modest
a. 겸손한, 신중한
You should be modest and not talk too much about your accomplishments.
respectful
a. 공손한
I use respectful language to my parents.
wander
v. 배회하다
I’m going to wander around the village and try to find something to eat.
shelter
n. 보호소, 주거지
He regularly takes the subway to volunteer at the local animal shelter.
hut
n. 오두막
There was too much snow, so we spent the night in the hut.
awake
a. 깨어 있는
I was wide awake as soon as I took a cold shower.
elderly
a. 연세가 드신
Many young students offered their seats to the elderly.
exchange
v. 교환하다
I’d like to exchange this item for something else.
toss
v. 던지다
Let’s toss a coin to see who will go first.
back and forth
앞뒤로
The attorney walked back and forth in front of the building.
continuously
ad. 계속해서
It was snowing continuously, so it was impossible for me to go out.
apparently
ad. 겉보기에는
Apparently, the house is empty since no one answered the door.
imaginary
a. 가상의
Many children have imaginary friends.
calculation
n. 계산
Let me make a calculation and figure out which is better.
take turns
~을 교대로 하다
They took turns playing baduk.
compete
v. 겨루다
More than 1,000 people will compete in the race.
territory
n. 영토, 영역
The territory is huge, but few people live there.
elegant
a. 우아한
She is elegant in her movements.
logical
a. 논리적인
We should learn how to construct logical arguments.
combination
n. 조합
Gray is a combination of black and white.
atom
n. 원자
Atoms make up everything that exists.
universe
n. 우주
Nobody can explain the mystery of the universe.
deptn
n.. 깊이
The researchers studied the animal in depth.
fascinate
v. 매료시키다
The tourists were fascinated by the marvelous scenery.
grandmaster
n. (특히 체스에서의) 대가
John had an opportunity to play chess with a grandmaster.
rare
a. 희귀한
The zoo has a large number of rare animals.
artificial intelligence
n. 인공 지능
Chan is a new robotic puppy that uses artificial intelligence.
founder
n. 설립자
Mrs. Torres is the founder of the company.
core
a. 중심적인
Please do not forget your core responsibilities.
concept
n. 개념
He has no concept of good or bad.
nerve
n. 신경
He suffered some damage to his nerves in the accident.
cell
n. 세포
The scientists are conducting experiments on cells in the lab.
neuron
n. 뉴런, 신경세포
Neurons can be found in the brain and other parts of the body.
a variety of
여러 가지의
Children feel anxiety for a variety of reasons.
recognition
n. 인식
The students learned about problem recognition in their class.
observe
v. 관찰하다
The engineer carefully observed the process.
numerous
a. 수많은
Exercising regularly has numerous benefits.
department
n. 부서
I will connect you with the Accounting Department in a moment.
criminal
n. 범죄자
The criminal was arrested by the police.
store
v. 보관하다
My grandmother stores her valuables in a small safe.
outstanding
a. 뛰어난
She gave an outstanding performance at her concert.
defeat
v. 패배시키다
The Tigers defeated the Lions by a score of 5 to 1.
mere
a. 단지
She had a mere 10,000 won when she left home to find work.
impressive
a. 인상적인
The company’s newest advertisement is very impressive.
advance
n. 발전
Advances in technology have significantly changed our lives.
field
n. 분야
He dedicated his entire life to a new field of technology.
humanity
n. 인류
Artificial intelligence will provide a lot of benefits for humanity.
switch
v. 전환하다
Brian was able to switch shifts with one of his colleagues on Saturday.
struggle
v. 고군분투하다
We tend to be blind to the significant number of people who struggle with reading.
merely
ad. 그저, 단지
He merely smiled when asked if he had finished his work.
pick up
(언어를) 익히다
There is so much literature on how easy it is for children to pick up foreign languages.
get the most out of
~을 최대한으로 활용하다
What are some ways to get the most out of our insurance benefits?
stay motivated
의욕을 잃지 않다
Some people need a group environment to stay motivated.
in the long run
장기적으로
He will have a successful career in the long run.
impress
v. 인상을 주다
I learned some easy recipes to impress friends and family.
come up with
제시하다
We need to come up with a plan to fight air pollution.
commit to
~에 전념하다
Over 150 nations committed to reducing their use of coal.
sibling
n. 형제, 자매
Children with siblings are always complaining about them.
rivalry
n. 경쟁
The pair have clashed many times before and have a fierce rivalry.
phrase
n. 구절
Where did the phrase “It’s raining cats and dogs” come from?
confidence
n. 자신감
Confidence changes the way you speak and act.
silly
a. 어리석은
He made a silly mistake.
weird
a. 이상한
A journalist traveled around the world and ate weird food for her new book.
expose
A to B A를 B에 노출시키다
Some people don’t want to expose themselves to the public eye.
pronounce
v. 발음하다
The students don't know how to pronounce that word properly.
exist
v. 존재하다
If alien life exists, what does it look like?
comfort zone
n. 적당히 함, 안전지대
Our comfort zone is where we feel safe.
willingness
n. 의향
Your willingness to fail is what will help you succeed.
embarrassing
a. 난처한, 쑥스러운
The mistake I made was very embarrassing.
at ease
걱정 없는
Her mind was at ease knowing that the children were safe.
interaction
n. 상호작용
This is made possible by means of interaction and shared resources.
encouraging
a. 격려하는
I’d listen to as much positive and encouraging music as possible.
surround A with B
A를 B로 둘러싸다.
You should try to surround yourself with true friends.
huge
a. 거대한
His new novel will undoubtedly be a huge success.
reward
n. 보상
The school has a system of rewards and punishments to encourage good behavior.
in oneself
그 자체로
The planning becomes an end in itself.
milestone
n. 중요한 사건
Graduation and marriage are important milestones in people’s lives.
shiver
v. 몸을 떨다
I shivered because I stood outside in the cold for an hour.
ache
v. 아프다
My body aches everywhere, but I’m afraid to see a doctor.
miserable
a. 비참한
People become miserable when they are alone for long periods of time.
forehead
n. 이마
Her forehead was covered with sweat, and she looked nervous.
fever
n. 열
I have a bad cold and a high fever.
instruction
n. 지시, 설명
She followed the teacher’s instructions.
purgative
n. 설사약
This pill acts as a gentle purgative.
acid
a. 산성의
Acid rain is one of the results of pollution.
germ
n. 세균
Wash your hands as often as possible to get rid of germs.
influenza
n. 인플루엔자, 유행성 감기
She is absent from school since she has influenza.
degree
n. (온도의) 도
Tom’s temperature is two degrees above normal.
epidemic
n. 유행병
There is widespread fear of a flu epidemic.
pneumonia
n. 폐렴
He has been suffering from pneumonia.
detached
a. 분리된
A doctor must maintain a detached point of view from his or her patients.
stay awake
깨어 있다
Drinking coffee helps me stay awake.
bother
v. 신경 쓰이게 하다
I didn’t mean to bother you at all.
lightheaded
a. 약간 어지러운
After taking the pill, you may feel lightheaded and tired.
prescribe
v. 처방을 내리다
The doctor prescribed some medicine for the patient.
bare
a. 벌거벗은
In winter, many tree branches become bare.
varnish
v. 광택제를 바르다
You have to varnish your table today.
creek
n. 개울
There is a small creek near her house.
slither
v. 매끄럽게 나아가다
A snake slithered in the grass.
flush
v. 상기되다
His face was flushed when he was sick.
covey
n. 새의 무리
A covey of wild birds flew away.
quail
n. 메추라기
There are some quail that live in the forest.
scatter
v. 뿌리다
The leaves were scattered by the heavy wind.
mound
n. 흙더미
There is a large mound of dirt in the field.
poise
v. 태세를 취하다
The glass was poised on the edge of the table.
springy
a. 탄력 있는
The dog ran across the springy grass.
stare
v. 응시하다
Do not stare at people like that.
evidently
ad. 분명히
Evidently, the athlete didn’t understand the rules.
pirate
n. 해적
The pirate story was very interesting to read.
commence
v. 시작되다
A group discussion will commence at the center of the square.
gaze
v. 응시하다
I couldn’t stop gazing at her beautiful eyes.
slack
a. 늘어진
The student has been very slack in his studies lately.
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