YBM 고등 영어Ⅱ 박준언 Lesson 2
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miracle
n. 기적
After all 155 people were pulled from the icy waters by rescue boats, a story of a miracle began to emerge.
land
v. 착륙하다, 착지하다
US Airways Flight 1549 landed on New York’s Hudson River on a cold winter’s day.
destined
a. 예정된, ~할 운명의
What seemed destined to be a tragedy became an extraordinary tale of success and survival.
tragedy
n. 비극
What seemed destined to be a tragedy became an extraordinary tale of success and survival.
tale
n. 이야기
What seemed destined to be a tragedy became an extraordinary tale of success and survival.
emerge
v. 나타나다, 드러나다
After all 155 people were pulled from the icy waters by rescue boats, a story of a miracle began to emerge.
coordinated
a. 협력의, 조직화된
It was a miracle created with the coordinated efforts of a highly trained pilot, flight attendants, ferry operators and rescue workers.
takeoff
n. 이륙
It was a normal takeoff in every regard.
in every regard
모든 점에서
It was a normal takeoff in every regard.
cockpit
n. 조종석
Captain Chesley Sullenberger noticed large birds covering the cockpit windows, and they were too close to avoid.
shake
v. 흔들리다
Sullenberger felt the engine shaking, and burned bird smell was being brought into the airplane.
aircraft
n. 항공기
The airplane was about 3,000 feet over New York City when the engines failed, and the aircraft started to descend rapidly.
descend
v. 하강하다
The airplane was about 3,000 feet over New York City when the engines failed, and the aircraft started to descend rapidly.
urgently
ad. 긴급하게
Captain Sullenberger urgently looked for some place to land and contacted air traffic control.
dismiss
v. 거부하다, 묵살하다
The idea of turning back to LaGuardia was quickly dismissed because the distance and altitude required for the return could not be maintained.
altitude
n. 고도
The idea of turning back to LaGuardia was quickly dismissed because the distance and altitude required for the return could not be maintained.
disastrous
a. 비참한, 처참한
If he had turned his plane back to LaGuardia, it would have made the emergency landing disastrous for everyone on board and people on the ground.
on board
승선한
If he had turned his plane back to LaGuardia, it would have made the emergency landing disastrous for everyone on board and people on the ground.
come into sight
시야에 들어오다
And then the Hudson River came into sight on Sullenberger's left.
level
a. 평평한
The only smooth level place sufficiently large enough to land an airplane this size is the river.
sufficiently
ad. 충분히
The only smooth level place sufficiently large enough to land an airplane this size is the river.
co-pilot
n. 부조종사, 부기장
Sullenberger and his co-pilot Jeff Skiles prepared to land on the water.
accomplish
v. 성취하다
A water landing is never an easy job, one that only a few airline pilots have ever accomplished safely.
break into pieces
산산조각이 나다
He recalled an airplane that landed in the Indian Ocean in 1996 and broke into pieces, killing most of the passengers on board.
simultaneously
ad. 동시에
Most importantly, Sullenberger needed to make all these things happen simultaneously.
make an announcement
발표를 하다
Ninety seconds before hitting the water, Captain Sullenberger made an announcement to the passengers and the crew.
brace
v. 대비하다, 버티다
Brace for impact.
impact
n. 충격, 충돌, 영향
Brace for impact.
panic
n. 공포, 불안감
With Captain Sullenberger busy making the complex calculations needed for the emergency water landing, panic spread among the passengers.
superb
a. 최고의, 최상의
Despite Sullenberge's superb control of the plane, the impact was so powerful that it tore a hole under the airplane’s tail.
tear
v. 찢다, 자국을 남기다
Despite Sullenberge's superb control of the plane, the impact was so powerful that it tore a hole under the airplane’s tail.
cabin
n. 선실
Water began to pour into the cabin.
chute
n. 비상 탈출 슬라이드, 활송 장치
The flight attendant opened the door and the chute automatically came out and inflated.
inflate
v. 부풀어 오르다
The flight attendant opened the door and the chute automatically came out and inflated.
command
n. 명령
At the command of Captain Sullenberger to evacuate, passengers started to get out.
evacuate
v. 피난하다
At the command of Captain Sullenberger to evacuate, passengers started to get out.
comfort
v. 위로하다
The flight attendant tried to comfort the man, saying, “Be calm, and just try to breathe.”
turn out
드러나다, 나타나다
It turned out that he had lost his brother, a firefighter, in 9/11.
approach
v. 접근하다
Within minutes after the landing, three New York Waterway ferries approached the airplane.
brutally
ad. 잔인하게, 가차 없이
Scared passengers began to get out of the emergency exits into the brutally cold air and onto the wings of the plane.
pull up
(서서히) 멈추다
The first ferry pulled up alongside the plane and some passengers leaped onto the decks while others were helped aboard by ferry crew.
leap
v. 뛰어오르다
The first ferry pulled up alongside the plane and some passengers leaped onto the decks while others were helped aboard by ferry crew.
deck
n. (배의) 갑판
The first ferry pulled up alongside the plane and some passengers leaped onto the decks while others were helped aboard by ferry crew.
craft
n. 보트, 배, 항공기
Soon, police boats, Coast Guard craft and many other boats covered the scene.
raft
n. 고무보트
Then the captain took a final look at his sinking plane and got on the last life raft, now filled with passengers.
pass away
사망하다
My father could have passed away along with your other passengers, if you had not landed in the river.
credit
v. ~의 공으로 돌리다
The final report by the National Transportation Safety Board on the accident credited the outcome to four factors.
outcome
n. 결과
The final report by the National Transportation Safety Board on the accident credited the outcome to four factors.
life vest
n. 구명조끼
The plane carried life vests and additional rafts and slides, even though they were not required for that route.
suitable
a. 적절한
The fact that the plane carried life vests and additional rafts made it suitable for an extended overwater operation.
extended
a. 오랜 시간의
The fact that the plane carried life vests and additional rafts made it suitable for an extended overwater operation.
crucial
a. 결정적인
The closeness of working boats to the landing site was crucial for a fast response from the ferry operators and emergency workers.
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