고교공통 다락원 김길중 5단원 (2015 개정)
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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.
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