고등 영어 YBM 박준언 레슨 7
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stable
n. 축사, 마구간
Members of Richard’s family took turns guarding the cows in their stable at night.
attack
v. 공격하다
The lions entered the stable and attacked the cows anyway.
decrease
v. 감소하다, 줄어들다
In addition, the number of lions in Kenya is decreasing.
guard
v. 보호하다, 지키다
Members of Richard’s family took turns guarding the cows in their stable at night.
torch
n. 횃불, 손전등
Richard first set up a series of torches on the fence.
put up with
참다, 참고 견디다
Not just Richard’s family, but many of their neighbors were putting up with the same problem.
take turns
교대로 돌아가며 (~을) 하다
Members of Richard’s family took turns guarding the cows in their stable at night.
scarecrow
n. 허수아비
Next, Richard set up scarecrows.
flash
v. 번쩍이다, 비추다
Richard finally created a system of flashing LED lights, powered by an old car battery that was charged by a solar panel.
charge
v. 충전하다
Richard finally created a system of flashing LED lights, powered by an old car battery that was charged by a solar panel.
solar
a. 태양의
Richard finally created a system of flashing LED lights, powered by an old car battery that was charged by a solar panel.
panel
n. (전지)판
Richard finally created a system of flashing LED lights, powered by an old car battery that was charged by a solar panel.
practical
a. 유용한, 실용적인
This simple and practical device did no harm to lions.
device
n. 장치, 기구
This simple and practical device did no harm to lions.
cattle
n. 소
Human beings, cattle, and lions were finally able to make peace with one another.
make peace with
~와 화해하다
Human beings, cattle, and lions were finally able to make peace with one another.
sensor
n. 감지기
When his grandfather started to walk, the sensors sent signals to the paired smartphone, raising an alarm.
wander
v. 돌아다니다, 배회하다
When his grandfather got up and started to wander, Kenneth followed him to protect him from danger.
aimlessly
ad. 목적 없이
The old man had been found wandering aimlessly on the street.
spark
n. 번뜩임, 불꽃
One night, a spark of hope crossed his mind.
signal
n. 신호
Was it possible to send some kind of signal only to the person you wanted to wake up?
take away
빼앗다, 없애다
He had Alzheimer’s, a brain disease that slowly takes away a patient’s memory and ability to think.
look after
돌보다, 보살피다
Going to middle school, Kenneth often looked after his grandfather.
cross one's mind
생각나다, 생각이 떠오르다
One night, a spark of hope crossed his mind.
speed up
속도를 더 내다
Kenneth’s thinking started to speed up.
heel
n. 발꿈치
He finally came up with a system of socks with sensors in the heels and a smartphone working as a monitor.
monitor
n. 모니터, 화면
He finally came up with a system of socks with sensors in the heels and a smartphone working as a monitor.
comfortable
a. 편안한, 쾌적한
The sensors had to be thin enough to be comfortable on the bottom of a foot.
app(application)
n. 응용 프로그램
He studied programming to code an app that would transform a smartphone into a monitor.
transform
v. 변형시키다, 바꾸다
He studied programming to code an app that would transform a smartphone into a monitor.
eventually
ad. 결국, 마침내
The system he eventually created worked as it was supposed to.
pair
v. 둘씩 짝을 짓다
When his grandfather started to walk, the sensors sent signals to the paired smartphone, raising an alarm.
fair
n. 박람회, 전시회
Kenneth’s sensor socks were recognized at a science fair.
학생
가장 빠르게 암기하도록 도와주는 암기학습 〉
제대로 외웠나 바로 확인하는 리콜학습 〉
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주관식으로도 재미있는 복습, 크래시 게임 〉
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