고교공통 다락원 김길중 4단원 (2015 개정)
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세트공유
fable
n. 우화
The characters in a fable are animals that act and talk like humans.
settle an argument
논쟁을 끝내다
A good way to settle an argument is to back down and let it go.
shoot ahead
갑자기 앞지르다
The car shot ahead and was soon out of sight.
emerge
v. 나타나다
The mad old man looks like he has just emerged from the grave.
undisputed
a. 논쟁의 여지가 없는
Caesar ruled as the undisputed master of the Roman Republic.
disappointed
a. 실망한
I’m disappointed by your decision, but I respect it.
overconfident
a. 자신감 넘치는
Overconfident people tend to exaggerate their own abilities.
careless
a. 부주의한
She is careful about everyone else but careless about her own safety.
take... for granted
당연시하다
I took it for granted that I’d be chosen as the group leader.
beat
v. 이기다
It is hard to beat a person who never gives up.
challenge
v. 도전하다
Boris challenged his brother to a game of chess.
consistent
a. 한결같은
Her speed was consistent and her destination clear.
steady
a. 꾸준한
There has been a steady decline in the national population.
currently
ad. 현재, 지금
There are currently thousands of people logged onto the website.
slightly
ad. 약간
It is basically he same song as last year with just a slightly different rhythm.
in keeping with
~와 어울려
The decorations in the house are in keeping with her personality.
commitment
n. 헌신
The quality of your work reflects your commitment to it.
finish line
n. 결승선
The five exhausted runners crossed the finish line one after another.
opposite
a. 반대의
Water flows in different directions on opposite sides of the world.
moral
n. 교훈
The moral of the story is that a lie, no matter its size, is always a lie.
identity
n. 정체성
The police know the identity of the robber.
demonstrate
v. 입증하다, 보여주다
Write about your life experiences that have demonstrated your ability to overcome challenges.
carry
v. 들다
The woman carried her baby in her arms for an hour.
take over
넘겨받다
A professor warned that robots will take over the world.
reach
v. 닿다
The key is to know how to reach the goals one has.
satisfaction
n. 만족
Measuring customer satisfaction can help you improve the service you provide.
note
v. 주의하다
Please note that food and drinks are not allowed in the theater.
neither A nor B
A도 B도 아니다
Neither drinking nor eating is allowed.
give up
포기하다
The reason most people never achieve their dreams is that they simply give up.
failure
n. 실패
Failure is a stepping stone to success.
put in effort
노력하다
She put a lot of effort into planning the party.
strategy
n. 전략
Teamwork and strategy helped the financial company succeed.
be faced with
~에 직면하다
They are faced with a serious problem they must solve soon.
crucial
a. 결정적인
Clean energy is crucial for the future of our society.
lesson
n. 교훈
My father taught me a valuable lesson that I remembered throughout my life.
bring out
~을 끌어내다
Top companies bring out creativity in their scientists.
adapt
v. 적응하다, 맞추다
They are making an effort to adapt to the customs of the society.
win-win
모두에게 유리한
Creating a personal brand is a win-win situation for you and your employer.
generate
v. 생성하다
Reading teachers use book clubs to generate better student readers.
outcome
n. 결과
What is the likely outcome of the election?
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