YBM 고등 심화 영어 I - 신정현 1학기
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v. (웹사이트에 정보·사진 등을) 올리다, 게시하다
Here are some of the answers posted on an art website.
lecture
n. 강의, 강연
Some of the most familiar scenes at an art gallery are lectures by docents.
compare
v. 비교하다
Docents ask the children to compare different images.
prohibit
v. 금지하다
They are strict about rules of conduct by prohibiting in the gallery.
docent
n. 도슨트
Specially trained docents lead participants on small group tours.
massive
a. 거대한
Visitors of all ages lay on the floor in the museum’s massive Turbine Hall.
assemble
v. 모으다; 모이다
They occasionally assembled themselves into patterns of abstract symbols.
bathe
v. (빛으로) 휩싸다
Visitors could see themselves bathed in a soft red light.
radiate
v. 내뿜다, 발산하다
The light was radiating from a giant yellow disk
humidifier
n. 가습기
An artificial mist pumped in from sixteen humidifiers gave the light the effect of a dark winter sun.
installation
n. 설치 미술(품)
Eliasson’s installations frequently use basic materials.
scale
n. 규모
When produced on a large scale, these materials can awaken a new sense of space.
impressive
a. 인상적인
His performance was impressive in the last concert.
bond
v. 유대감을 형성하다
Eliasson’s space encourages you to be part of a community bonded in emotions.
self-centered
a. 자기중심적인
Nowadays, people are becoming increasingly self-centered.
suspend
v. 매달다
I bought a new light that we can suspend from the ceiling.
communal
a. 공동의
Students learn, live and play together in a communal place.
break away
(전통, 습관에서) 벗어나다, 탈피하다
With most couples, the man proposes to the woman, but she breaks away from the stereotype.
participate in
~에 참여하다
Over half the population of the country participate in sports.
down-to-earth
a. 실제적인
He has a down-to-earth approach to prove how art can help people get together.
entitle
v. ~에 제목을 붙이다
Tiravanija created an installation entitled Do We Dream Under the Same Sky.
ingredient
n. 재료
The important ingredient in forming this instant community is Tiravanija’s kitchen art.
thrilling
a. 아주 즐거운
It was thrilling to be this casual in a gallery.
shift
v. 바꾸다, 옮기다
The visitors shifted from passive viewing to active participation.
expand
v. 확장되다[시키다]
Tiravanija’s cooking-as-art installation has been expanding.
boundary
n. 경계
Tiravanija’s installation has been challenging boundaries between art and life.
come up with
~을 제시하다, 생각해내다
They could be more active by coming up with unique ideas.
solitary
a. 고독한
People usually remain solitary in a traditional gallery setting.
regulation
n. 규정
The art museum had to break away from regulations.
liberate
v. 해방시키다, 자유롭게 하다
The idea of liberating art museums had another breakthrough.
ridiculous
a. 웃기는, 터무니없는
It produced responses from the ridiculous to the tragic.
scribble
v. 낙서하다
Don’t scribble the word idiot on your sister’s forehead.
eventually
ad. 결국
The project eventually became a virtual art gallery.
contribution
n. 공헌, 참여
The art gallery is made up of more than 8,000 contributions of unique images.
privilege
n. 특권
They had the privilege of witnessing a new gallery.
branch out to
~로 확장하다, ~로 뻗어 나가다
It was like a tree, branching out to different parts of the world.
limitation
n. 한계
They are no longer bound up in physical limitations.
intimate
a. 개인적인, 사적인
They had unforgettable experiences sharing intimate moments from their lives.
highlight
v. 강조하다
Their creative experiments highlight the need to communicate about works of art.
break free of
~에서 벗어나다
When art breaks free of the white walls of the traditional gallery, it is no longer boring.
friendship
n. 우정
It was a friendship made through letters between two youths who lived in different countries.
exchange
v. 주고받다, 교환하다
For almost two years, Antonio Garcia and I exchanged letters.
gradually
ad. 점차
The letters between us gradually stopped.
immediately
ad. 즉시
I immediately decided to go to Bolivia to look for and meet Antonio.
get to
~하게 되다, ~할 기회를 갖다
We were excited to get to spend some time together.
region
n. 지역
Antonio suggested that we travel the Andean region.
sea level
n. 해수면, 평균 해면
The region is located more than 3,000 meters above sea level.
variety
n. 다양함
The region is famous for the variety of its climates and landscapes.
valley
n. 골짜기, 계곡
La Paz is located in the valleys of the Andes.
head out
~으로 향하다
We decided to spend a few days in the city before heading out to other sites.
surround
v. 둘러싸다, 에워싸다
La Paz once sat in a low region surrounded by mountains and peaks.
spectacular
a. 멋진
The spectacular view of the city literally took my breath away.
cling
v. 매달리다, 들러붙다
The city’s buildings appeared to cling to the sides of hills and canyons.
reside
v. 거주하다
Within them reside the forces of good and evil.
ensure
v. 보장하다
The forces must be balanced in order to ensure harmony between man and nature.
nurture
v. 보살피다, 양육하다
The Andean people respect one another and nurture their environment.
incessant
a. 끊임없는
Their love for peace and understanding could be sensed as an unspoken rule behind the incessant activities and noises in the city streets.
pack
v. 가득 채우다
The city’s population of more than two million people pack these outdoor markets every day.
second-hand
a. 중고의
People are looking for everything from fresh food to second-hand clothing.
spectacle
n. 인상적인 광경, 굉장한 구경거리
What made my trip to this market so memorable was not just the spectacle of watching outdoor trading.
go through
겪다, 경험하다
My friend told me how the country went through decades of economic struggle.
geography
n. 지리, 지형
I could see wider gaps reflected in the geography of La Paz.
display
v. ~을 보여 주다
The city’s lower neighborhoods display the beautiful houses of the rich.
sacred
a. 신성한, 성스러운
We decided to visit Lake Titicaca, which is called "the Sacred Lake of the Incas."
civilization
n. 문명(사회)
The place had a connection with ancient civilizations and myths.
situate
v. (어느 장소에) 놓다, 설치하다
The lake was situated at 3,000 meters above sea level.
descend
v. 내려오다, 내려가다
After descending to Isla del Sol, they founded the Inca Empire.
spring
n. 샘, 수원(지)
The Inca Stairs were built by the Incas to reach a spring.
everlasting
a. 영원한, 변치 않는
The spring was thought to be a source of everlasting youth.
refreshing
a. 원기를 북돋우는, 상쾌하게 하는
Antonio suggested that any water would have the same refreshing taste.
wonder
v. ~이 아닐까 생각하다
Some places makes you wonder if you have been somehow transported to a far-off planet.
flat
n. 평지
The Salar de Uyuni is commonly known as the salt flats.
mysterious
a. 기이한, 이해하기 힘든
The lake is one of these mysterious places.
distorted
a. 왜곡된
You can take photographs with a distorted perspective.
remind
v. 상기시키다, 생각나게 하다
Illimani reminded us to be grateful for this magical experience.
take out
~을 꺼내다
Antonio took out his camera to take photographs.
tower over
~보다 훨씬 더 크다[좋다]; ~ 위로 높이 솟아 있다
We were able to take pictures with this tiny figure towering over us!
envy
n. 질투, 부러움
Envy is more complex than you think.
admiration
n. 예찬; 존경
Admiration inspires us, while envy pulls us down.
elevated
a. 고상한, 기품 있는
We sense that our feelings are elevated in appreciating what is great in others.
refined
a. 고상한
We feel good about ourselves for having such a refined sensibility.
shame
n. 수치심
Envy is thought to be bad, a feeling of shame.
in opposition to
~에 반대하여
Envy is more than a negative feeling standing in opposition to admiration.
attempt
v. 시도하다
Van de Ven attempted to find out whether language users who only have a single word for envy experience different emotional responses.
Dutch
a. 네덜란드의, 네덜란드인[어]의
He worked with Dutch students, who have two words for envy.
description
n. 묘사
He found out that their descriptions clearly point to a line of division.
envious
a. 부러워하는
He then asked American students to describe a time they felt envious.
about
ad. 약, 대략
They also described both types of emotional experiences at about equal rates.
frustrating
a. 좌절감을 주는
One type of envy felt much more frustrating, which clearly indicates the meaning of malicious envy.
positive
a. 긍정적인
For the other type, the situation was quite positive, which is identical to what benign envy refers to.
prove
v. 증명하다
This proves that even those who have only one word for envy can feel that there is something more than a negative meaning behind the word.
fare
v. (특정한 상황·일이) ~하게 되어가다
In that regard envy may fare even better than admiration.
the former
n. 전자
We all think that admiration is better than envy, since the former feels good and the latter painful.
treat
v. (특정한 태도로) 대하다; 취급하다
We are treating them as if they belong to a different species.
push
v. ~하도록 강하게 설득하다, 독려하다
When we envy someone, we picture ourselves in their place; it hurts us, but it also pushes us.
insightful
a. 통찰력 있는
In another insightful experiment, Van de Ven proved that the difference is determined by whether there is room for self-motivation.
participant
n. 참가자
The participants were then asked to read one of the following two biographies.
come down to
(한 마디로) 요약되다
While the second suggested that success comes down to luck.
estimated
a. 추산되는
What really surprised the researcher was the difference in the number of estimated hours the students planned to study.
bother
v. 신경 쓰다, 애를 쓰다
Why bother wasting energy if success is not an option?
cover-up
n. 은폐
The study suggests that admiration can be a psychological cover-up for lack of self-motivation.
deny
v. 부인하다
No one would deny that feeling envy is unpleasant.
path
n. (목표에 이르는) 길, (행동의) 방향
Feeling envious sometimes leads us down a path we wish we had not taken.
serve
v. 도움이 되다, 기여하다
The right kind of envy can serve an important personal and social function.
compete
v. 경쟁하다
The right kind of envy can encourage people to compete and work hard.
vividly
ad. 생생하게
The world still vividly remembers two Asian figure-skating world champions.
intense
a. 강렬한
The two skaters's intense competition was spurred on by their rivalry.
spur
v. 자극하다
This movie will spur more customers to buy the car.
superb
a. 최고의, 훌륭한
Each of us was always envious of what kind of superb skills the other had.
awareness
n. 자각
The purpose of the conference is to raise the public’s awareness about drug misuse.
mutual
a. 상호 간의
They would not have been able to grow as much as they did, had it not been for their mutual envy and rivalry.
inspiration
n. 감화, 고무
Your story is a great inspiration for me.
malicious
a. 악의적인, 악의 있는
Those are proved to be malicious rumors.
concept
n. 개념
The concept of marriage is different from generation to generation.
indicate
v. 나타내다, 보여 주다
The map indicates where the building is.
species
n. 종
Cats and dogs belong to different species.
idol
n. 우상
These ball players are idols to some of my friends.
학생
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