고교영어I 다락원 김길중(개정) 종합
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career
n. 직업, 진로
I took this opportunity because I felt that the career prospects were much better.
promo
a. 홍보(판촉)용의
Do you have a promo code? Send it to us via email.
competitive
a. 경쟁하는, 경쟁적인
The twins have always been competitive, but they’re also very supportive of each other.
opportunity
n. 기회
The exhibition is a unique opportunity to see her later work.
glaucoma
n. 녹내장
Glaucoma is the second major cause of blindness.
scholarship
n. 장학금
He won a scholarship to Harvard.
go off
떠나다
She’s gone off to Australia.
meanwhile
ad. 그 동안에
Tim spent four years studying for his law degree. Meanwhile, he continued to work at the bank.
go along
계속하다
I’ll explain the rules as we go along.
anticipate
v. 예상하다
We don’t anticipate any trouble.
entire
a. 전체의, 온
He spent the entire afternoon watching a basketball game.
detect
v. 발견하다, 알아내다
Some sounds cannot be detected by the human ear.
honor
n. 영광, 영예, 우등
These people deserve to be treated with honor.
cut a record
음반을 내다
We cut a record for the first time.
former
a. 예전의
We need some tips from your former colleagues.
present
v. 보여 주다, 나타내다
The scientist presented his results to the committee.
reckon
v. 생각하다
By my reckoning, we should arrive in ten minutes.
embrace
v. 받아들이다, 수용하다
We are always eager to embrace innovative devices.
perhaps
ad. 아마도
She hasn’t contacted me recently, perhaps she has lost my number.
adversity
n. 역경, 어려움
The road to happiness is paved with adversity.
sophomore
n. 2학년생
Ethan is a sophomore in high school this year.
sight
n. 시력
If your sight is poor, you should be careful when you use sharp instruments such as knives or needles.
roommate
n. 룸메이트, 같은 방을 쓰는 사람
David is moving out next month, so we’re looking for another roommate.
disability
n. 장애
He can’t hear any sounds but refuses to let his disability prevent him from doing what he wants to do.
extent
n. 양, 정도
I didn’t realize the extent to which the children had been affected.
commencement
n. 학위 수여식, 졸업식
Please turn off your mobile phones before commencement begins.
financial aid
재정 지원
The museum receives no financial aid from the government and is solely dependent on donations from private donors.
contract
v. (병에) 걸리다
Jessie contracted the illness when she was a child.
eventually
ad. 결국, 마침내
It might take a while, but I’ll finish it eventually.
fellow
n. 사람 (주로 남자), 인물, 친구
He is a bright fellow.
team up with
~와 협력하다
Our company decided to team up with a foreign firm.
aisle
n. 통로, 길
By the end of the concert, the people in the theater were dancing in the aisles.
manage
v. (어려운 일을) 성공하다, 해내다
Don’t worry about us, we’ll manage.
constant
a. 끊임없는, 변함없는
Love is constant in a changing world.
nerve
n. 신경
One of the nerves in his body was damaged in the accident.
blend
v. 섞다
Blend some fruit, ice, and milk and make a smoothie.
functioning
n. 기능
The Public Works Department will review the functioning of the traffic lights.
long-lasting
a. 오래 지속되는
Working out regularly can provide long-lasting results.
consume
v. 섭취하다
The woman was told not to consume coffee for 24 hours.
be packed with
~로 가득 차다
The beach was packed with vacationers because it was the peak season.
diet
n. 식사, 식습관
A healthy diet is important for the body.
wear off
차츰 사라지다
The effects of the drug will soon wear off.
glucose
n. 포도당
Glucose is a type of sugar that is made by the body.
in the long run
결국에는
She told everyone that the company would do well in the long run.
flavor
n. 풍미, 맛
Strawberries have a sweet flavor that many people enjoy.
profound
a. 엄청난
One person can have a profound effect on another.
productive
a. 생산성이 높은
We should do something to reward our most productive employees.
consistent
a. 일관된
I’d like my grades to be more consistent.
flow
n. 계속적인 공급
The store gets a steady flow of customers all day long.
exert
v. 가하다
They exert a lot of effort when they work out.
capacity
n. 능력
He has a lot of power in his capacity as manager.
comforting
a. 위안이 되는
As the temperature drops, warm and comforting meals are essential.
remarkably
ad. 매우, 두드러지게
The mayor’s popularity is remarkably high.
effect
n. 영향
Cold temperatures have profound effects on our bodies in winter.
steam
v. 찌다
The restaurant is famous for its steamed fish dishes.
stabilize
v. 안정시키다
The prices of smartphones have stabilized over the past few years.
stream
n. 연속, 흐름
Make sure your site has a constant stream of content.
specific
a. 특정한
Mental illness doesn’t just affect a specific group of people.
contain
v. ~이 들어 있다
A study shows that most drinks contain large amounts of sugar.
behavior
n. 행실, 행동
A study showed that children with good behavior were more likely to be successful as adults.
crash
n. 폭락, 붕괴
Countries must work together to prevent another financial crash.
sustainable
a. 지속 가능한
He is trying to come up with a sustainable type of energy.
promote
v. 촉진하다
The organization promotes good health through exercise.
strengthen
v. 강화시키다
There are a lot of ways to strengthen your body.
scramble
v. 달걀을 휘저어 스크램블을 만들다
You need to scramble the eggs in a bowl before cooking them.
academic
a. 학업의
Too much stress can hurt a student’s academic performance.
self-control
n. 자제력
Daily physical activity can boost brain power and selfcontrol.
performance
n. 수행, 성취
Her performance in all of her classes improved after she began studying hard.
smoothie
n. 스무디
She has a fruit smoothie for breakfast every morning.
maintain
v. 유지하다
You should try to maintain a positive attitude.
slice
v. 얇게 썰다
Slice a papaya and put it in a bowl.
fuel
n. 연료, 부채질하는 것
You need to eat to provide fuel for your body.
develop
v. 개발하다
The instructor gave me some tips to develop good study habits.
steady
a. 꾸준한
The captain is keeping the ship on a steady course.
researcher
n. 연구원
Researchers, professionals, and students shared stories about their efforts to cure cancer.
set up
기운이 솟게 하다
The break from work really set me up for the new year.
merely
ad. 그저
You can’t cross the sea merely by staring at the water.
willpower
n. 의지력
Building muscle is second to building willpower.
digestive
a. 소화의
The doctor described some common problems people have with their digestive systems.
poultry
n. 가금류(닭·오리 등)의 고기
The deadly disease has been detected at a poultry farm.
get off to a good start
좋은 출발을 하다
They woke up early to get the day off to a good start.
in terms of
~면에서
Some countries are going backward in terms of freedom of the press.
boost
n. 증가
I like to eat chocolate to get a quick energy boost.
focus
v. 집중하다
I just have to stay focused when I’m on the field.
lean
a. 기름기가 적은
Fill your plate with lean meats and vegetables.
crane
n. 학, 두루미
The biggest threats to cranes are hunting and habitat destruction.
creature
n. 생물, 생명체
A unicorn is an imaginary creature.
inspire
v. 영감을 주다, 고무하다
The documentary inspired people to start volunteering.
substance
n. 물질
H2O is an essential substance for life on the Earth.
marine
a. 바다의, 해양의
Shells, whales, and dolphins are all marine animals.
egret
n. 해오라기, 왜가리
They started a new project to protect egrets and other birds from extinction.
inlet
n. 후미, 작은 만
The river near the inlet is a great place for bird watchers.
purify
v. 정화하다
We can purify the air by planting trees.
frequent
v. 자주 가다
It is said that the poet frequents the cafe around the corner.
preserve
v. 보존하다
Sugar can be used to preservefruit.
impressive
a. 인상적인, 감동적인
Every single one of the pictures at the exhibition was very impressive.
beneficial
a. 유익한, 이익이 되는
Jogging has many beneficial health effects.
species
n. 종, 종류
While walking in this park, you can see dozens of species of different flowers.
mudflat
n. 갯벌, 진흙 바닥
The mudflats offer a home to thousands of migrating birds.
agricultural
a. 농업의
The nation is exporting agricultural goods and dairy products.
basin
n. 분지, 유역
Several rivers run down into the basin from surrounding mountains.
reclaim
v. 개간하다
The project reclaimed some land that once had been a large bay.
bay
n. 만, 후미
A flock of birds flew across the bay.
delicacy
n. 진미, 별미
I think the best part of traveling is tasting local delicacies.
quantity
n. 양, 수량
The new method enabled human beings to be able to produce large quantities of food.
vastly
ad. 광대하게
There are two vastly different views of the new rules.
transform
v. 변화시키다
The old school has been transformed into an art museum.
well-known
a. 잘 알려진
The restaurant is a well-known place in the city for healthy food.
ancestor
n. 조상
His ancestor was the king of England.
shore
n. 해안, 육지, 기슭
The weather in my state is quite mild along the shore during summer.
shallow
a. 얕은
These small fish are found in shallow waters around the coast.
abundant
a. 풍부한
There is an abundant supply of food on the farm.
hatch
v. 부화하다
The eggs hatch in about 21 days.
provide
v. 제공하다
The company provides its workers with various benefits.
deposit
v. 놓다, 퇴적시키다
The wind carry the dust for hundreds of kilometers before depositing it into small hills of sand.
shoreline
n. 해안선
Houses should be built away from shorelines because of storms and waves.
peninsula
n. 반도
Korea is found on a peninsula, so it has water on three sides.
extraordinary
a. 특별한, 이례적인
Her voice had the extraordinary quality of making people comfortable.
reduce
v. 감소시키다
The new traffic signs have reduced the number of car accidents.
grain
n. 곡물, 낱알, 알갱이
There are so many grains of sand at the beach that we can’t count them.
wade
v. 걸어서 건너다
They waded in the stream at a shallow point.
rainforest
n. 열대 우림
Plants grow quickly in African rainforests.
tide
n. 조수
When the tide goes out, it sometimes leaves patterns on the beach.
reside
v. 거주하다
He resides at 240 North May Street.
startle
v. 놀라게 하다, 놀라다
I was startled to see bright light all of a sudden.
estimate
v. 추정하다
He estimated that the prices would go up, and they did.
coastal
a. 해안의
The storm did a huge amount of damage to the coastal area.
invader
n. 침입자, 침략군
Finally, the people rose and started to fight against the invaders.
ignore
v. 무시하다
He kept reading the book while trying to ignore the noise from outside.
appreciate
v. 정당하게 평가하다, …의 진가를 인정하다
Living in the countryside has taught me to appreciate the real beauty of nature.
region
n. 지역
Papayas and bananas grow in warm regions.
crucial
a. 결정적인, 중요한
Regular exercise is crucial for maintaining good health.
combine
v. 결합시키다
Let’s find out how these two expressions have been combined.
bait
n. 미끼
They plan to use small fish as bait when they go fishing.
in addition to
~에 덧붙여, ~이외에도
He speaks French in addition to English.
numerous
a. 매우 많은, 다수의
Despite numerous attempts to contact you, we have not been able to speak about this matter.
theory
n. 이론
He tried to prove his new theory with a lot of examples.
keep off
가까이하지 않다
There is a notice reading “Keep off the Grass.”
immobilize
v. 움직이지 못하게 하다
Officials warned that heavy snow may immobilize the region and close airports.
rub off
벗겨지다
Unless you coat the surface one more time, the paint will start to rub off.
pesticide
n. 살충제
Harmful pesticides also kill some good insects.
curious
a. 호기심이 많은
If you are curious, please keep reading to learn more.
compete
v. 경쟁하다
They had to compete against some of the world’s best soccer players.
barnacle
n. 따개비
Barnacles grow on the bottoms of boats and cause ships to go slower.
weird
a. 이상한, 기묘한
All of a sudden, she had a weird feeling that someone was watching her.
a bunch of
다수의, 한 단의, 한 다발의, 한 송이의
I bought a bunch of grapes on my way home.
salt water
소금물
The tree survived the heavy rain, but its roots were damaged by the salt water.
chemical
a. 화학의, 화학적인
When a chemical substance is added, the liquid changes colors.
experiment
n. 실험
In this experiment, you will learn how to make clouds in a jar at home.
silt
n. 토사
The silt found in rivers is very fertile soil.
antifouling
a. 오염 방지의
Ship are coated with antifouling paint to get rid of unwanted creatures on their bottoms.
alternative
a. 양자택일인, 대체의
Many countries are trying their best to find alternative energy sources.
tar
n. 타르, 석탄·목탄 등의 흑색 건류 물질
You should be careful because tar actually sticks to people.
harm
v. 해를 끼치다
There is a long list of chemicals that can harm people.
underneath
prep. ~의 밑에
He found an old toy underneath his bed.
toxic
a. 독의, 독이 있는
Did you know that tears can wash toxic chemicals out of the body?
sticky
a. 끈적거리는
It is well known that sticky candy is bad for people’s teeth.
notice
v. 알아차리다
For the first time, she noticed he didn’t say anything at all today.
ordinary
a. 보통의
He is just an ordinary man, so there is nothing special about him.
snail
n. 달팽이
It was almost unnoticeable, but the snail was crossing the road little by little.
matter
n. 문제, 사안
As a matter of fact, I can talk with my friends all day long.
shell
n. 껍질, 조개
Every time the tide comes in and goes out, we can find some beautiful shells on the beach.
commercial
a. 상업적인, 상업의
The company is a leading manufacturer in commercial products.
achievement
n. 성취, 업적
Winning the prize was a remarkable achievement since she was only 17 years old.
basically
ad. 기본적으로
All beans are basically healthy foods since they are so nutritious.
tenderize
v. 연하게 하다
Both pear juice and sugar are able to tenderize meat.
exceptional
a. 예외적인
Due to the exceptional amount of snow last week, the local schools were closed for two days.
uncertainty
n. 불확실성
What should we do in times of uncertainty?
overlook
v. 바라보다, 내려다보다
The park overlooks the entire city, so there is a great view.
plunge
v. 거꾸러지다
One bad decision could plunge the country into chaos for years.
collaborate
v. 협력하다
The two nations agreed to collaborate in the energy sector.
explode
v. 폭발하다
Your washing machine could be in danger of exploding if you don’t repair it.
composition
n. (음악 · 미술 · 시) 작품
It is without a doubt one of Beethoven’s finest compositions.
conduct
v. 지휘하다
The new year’s concert will be conducted by a famous composer.
tranquil
a. 고요한, 평온한
He stood and watched the tranquil water of the lake.
ground zero
제로 지점(핵폭탄이 터지는 지점)
There is a monument located at ground zero where the bomb exploded.
conflict
n. 갈등
There were several conflicts at the meeting.
note
n. 음, 음표
He played the first few notes of “Fly Me to the Moon.”
dedicate
v. 바치다, 전념하다
Some people dedicate their entire lives to a single goal.
blast
n. 폭발
At least eight people were wounded in a blast outside the cafe.
rubble
n. 돌무더기
All of the buildings in the city have been reduced to rubble.
fearsome
a. 무시무시한
That snake is one of nature’s most fearsome predators.
composer
n. 작곡가
He is a very talented composer and singer.
siege
n. 포위 작전
The siege of the city lasted for several months.
funeral
n. 장례식
Hundreds of people attended the queen’s funeral.
target
v. 목표로 삼다, 겨냥하다.
The company is targeting teens with its new line of products.
helpless
a. 무기력한, 무력한, 속수무책의
Students are raising funds for the helpless victims of war.
terrify
v. 무섭게 하다, 겁먹게 하다.
I was so terrified that I couldn’t even speak.
sniper
n. 저격수
The problem was that snipers were shooting at innocent people.
violence
n. 폭행, 폭력
Using violence to end violence is definitely not a desirable answer.
perseverance
n. 인내
It takes great perseverance to climb a high mountain.
bombardment
n. 포격, 폭격
The bombardment of the city lasted all day and night.
fragment
n. 조각, 파편
I accidentally dropped a glass, and it burst into fragments.
consecutive
a. 연이은
She was absent from school for ten consecutive days.
additionally
ad. 게다가
Additionally, visitors must pay to enter the museum.
potential
n. 가능성
You have great potential to be successful in the future.
completely
ad. 완전히, 전적으로
The audience was completely surprised by the events.
follow
v. 뒤를 잇다, 뒤따르다
Every student should follow the safety rules.
reentry
n. (대기권의) 재돌입
The satellite burned up when it made reentry into the atmosphere.
fiction
n. 소설
He prefers reading works of fiction to other types of books.
capture
v. 잡다, 포획하다
The police officer was able to capture the suspects.
wrench
n. 렌치, 스패너
The mechanic took extra care when using a wrench.
atmosphere
n. (지구의) 대기
The atmosphere of the Earth has several different layers.
passenger
n. 승객
All of the passengers should remain seated during the trip.
object
n. 물건, 물체
This object is so tiny that you can easily miss it.
collision
n. 충돌
The number of collisions on the streets has decreased lately.
debris
n. 쓰레기
We’ve got to do something about all the debris here.
harmless
a. 해가 없는, 무해한
Most of the time, this material is harmless.
collide with
~와 충돌하다
Two cars collided with each other, but the drivers were not hurt.
prevent
v. 막다, 예방하다
The organization always tries to prevent unexpected dangers.
retrieve
v. 되찾다, 회수하다
Once you send an email, you cannot retrieve it.
deadly
a. 치명적인, 생명을 앗아갈
A bite from that snake can be deadly.
mehanical
a. 기계로 작동되는, 기계와 관련된
This airplane has numerous mechanical problems.
gravity
n. 중력
The Earth’s gravity is stronger than the moon’s.
junk
n. 쓰레기
My old bicycle is a piece of junk.
nearly
ad. 거의
He has nearly completed all of his work.
property
n. 재산, 소유물
She owns some property beside the lake.
decade
n. 10년
The school was founded less than a decade ago.
garbage
n. 쓰레기
Did you take out the garbage last night?
satellite
n. 위성
There are thousands of satellites orbiting the Earth.
resolve
v. 해결하다
We’ve got to resolve the conflict between the two workers.
complicated
a. 복잡한
That issue was too complicated for our group to reach a consensus.
surround
v. 둘러싸다
He was surrounded by monkeys at the zoo.
manage to
(가까스로) ~하다
She managed to finish her assignment on time.
abandon
v. 버리다, 방치하다
Some poor children have been abandoned by their parents.
guide
v. 안내하다
The volunteer guided the blind old man to his chair.
planet
n. 행성
Which planet would you like to visit if you have the chance?
enormous
a. 엄청난, 수많은
The scientists requested an enormous amount of money for the experiment.
space tug
궤도간 운송기, 우주 터그
Space tugs will be used to transfer loads in space.
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