고교영어I 다락원 김길중 4단원 (2015 개정)
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세트공유
notice
v. 알아차리다
For the first time, she noticed he didn’t say anything at all today.
snail
n. 달팽이
It was almost unnoticeable, but the snail was crossing the road little by little.
shell
n. 껍질, 조개
Every time the tide comes in and goes out, we can find some beautiful shells on the beach.
underneath
prep. ~의 밑에
He found an old toy underneath his bed.
in addition to
~에 덧붙여, ~이외에도
He speaks French in addition to English.
weird
a. 이상한, 기묘한
All of a sudden, she had a weird feeling that someone was watching her.
matter
n. 문제, 사안
As a matter of fact, I can talk with my friends all day long.
tenderize
v. 연하게 하다
Both pear juice and sugar are able to tenderize meat.
theory
n. 이론
He tried to prove his new theory with a lot of examples.
bait
n. 미끼
They plan to use small fish as bait when they go fishing.
commercial
a. 상업적인, 상업의
The company is a leading manufacturer in commercial products.
pesticide
n. 살충제
Harmful pesticides also kill some good insects.
experiment
n. 실험
In this experiment, you will learn how to make clouds in a jar at home.
immobilize
v. 움직이지 못하게 하다
Officials warned that heavy snow may immobilize the region and close airports.
compete
v. 경쟁하다
They had to compete against some of the world’s best soccer players.
achievement
n. 성취, 업적
Winning the prize was a remarkable achievement since she was only 17 years old.
antifouling
a. 오염 방지의
Ship are coated with antifouling paint to get rid of unwanted creatures on their bottoms.
barnacle
n. 따개비
Barnacles grow on the bottoms of boats and cause ships to go slower.
basically
ad. 기본적으로
All beans are basically healthy foods since they are so nutritious.
chemical
a. 화학의, 화학적인
When a chemical substance is added, the liquid changes colors.
keep off
가까이하지 않다
There is a notice reading “Keep off the Grass.”
rub off
벗겨지다
Unless you coat the surface one more time, the paint will start to rub off.
silt
n. 토사
The silt found in rivers is very fertile soil.
creature
n. 생명체, 창조물
Blue whales are powerful and massive creatures.
harm
v. 해를 끼치다
There is a long list of chemicals that can harm people.
toxic
a. 독의, 독이 있는
Did you know that tears can wash toxic chemicals out of the body?
salt water
소금물
The tree survived the heavy rain, but its roots were damaged by the salt water.
a bunch of
다수의, 한 단의, 한 다발의, 한 송이의
I bought a bunch of grapes on my way home.
combine
v. 결합시키다
Let’s find out how these two expressions have been combined.
sticky
a. 끈적거리는
It is well known that sticky candy is bad for people’s teeth.
tar
n. 타르, 석탄·목탄 등의 흑색 건류 물질
You should be careful because tar actually sticks to people.
numerous
a. 매우 많은, 다수의
Despite numerous attempts to contact you, we have not been able to speak about this matter.
alternative
a. 양자택일인, 대체의
Many countries are trying their best to find alternative energy sources.
exceptional
a. 예외적인
Due to the exceptional amount of snow last week, the local schools were closed for two days.
ordinary
a. 보통의
He is just an ordinary man, so there is nothing special about him.
curious
a. 호기심이 많은
If you are curious, please keep reading to learn more.
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