YBM 고등 심화 영어 회화 I - 신정현 Unit 8
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세트공유
meaningless
a. 의미 없는
It means physical beauty is meaningless and is not as important as a person’s character.
significantly
ad. 상당히
I think in the real world, looks are significantly important.
attractive
a. 매력적인
Attractive people tend to be treated better.
discrimination
n. 차별
Discrimination based on physical appearance or “lookism” is still so prevalent in our society.
self-esteem
n. 자부심
We have to not only raise awareness of the issue but also raise people’s sense of self-esteem.
migrant worker
이주노동자
I used to be wide open to the idea of migrant workers, but now I’m a bit against it.
shortage
n. 부족
They fill labor shortages, support Korean workers, and accept jobs that many Koreans don’t want.
stimulate
v. 자극하다
In the end, foreign workers stimulate the Korean economy.
domestic
a. 국내의
It’s difficult for small companies to manage the high cost of domestic labor.
gender equality
양성 평등
I thought we had nearly achieved gender equality, but I guess we still have a long way to go.
hesitate
주저하다
That’s why mentally ill people tend to hesitate to get treatment.
disapproval
n. 불찬성
He feels there’s unspoken disapproval from his company.
stigma
n. 오명
There is a significant stigma surrounding mental illness.
heal
v. 치료하다
Like physical illness, mental illness can be healed or at least managed.
stereotype
n. 고정관념
Feminine stereotypes characterize women as more caring, sensitive, and emotional than men.
decisive
a. 결단력이 있는
Masculine stereotypes define men as tough, strong, and decisive.
perception
n. 인식
Gender stereotypes influence people’s perceptions in various ways.
regulate
v. 규정하다
Gender stereotypes regulate people’s behavior in potentially harmful ways.
unconscious
a. 무의식의
First, know your own conscious or unconscious stereotypes.
stereotypical
a. 전형적인
Learn as much as you can about the groups that you think about in stereotypical ways.
misinformation
n. 오보
Having close relationships with them helps get rid of any misinformation you may have.
leak
v. 새다
I’m concerned about the possibility that my profile, photos, chat and other personal information could be leaked.
risk
n. 위험
Is there anything I could do to reduce the privacy risks?
indiscriminately
ad. 무차별적으로
she wanted to punish the users for indiscriminately spreading false rumors on many Internet boards.
cyberbullying
n. 사이버 폭력
Cyberbullying is bad, but I don’t think it’s that serious.
frustration
n. 좌절
I heard getting attacked online even leads to social anxiety, sadness, and frustration.
ethical
v. 윤리적인
Shouldn’t employees and companies be more ethical when it comes to dealing with personal information?
security
n. 안전
Companies need to spend more on building better security systems.
illegal
a. 불법적인
There are many illegal websites providing free music and movies.
intellectual property
지적 재산
Though some people think it is not physically taking anything from anyone, it is stealing intellectual property.
countless
a. 무수한
Movie productions will make fewer movies, which leads to job losses for actors, sound directors, and countless other occupations.
sharply
ad. 급격하게
These days, the number of CCTV cameras is sharply increasing.
invasion
n. 침략
It’s an invasion of privacy.
regulation
n. 규제
There are regulations surrounding installation and protective measures are already in place.
footage
n. 화면
Footage cannot be used against people if a crime has not been committed.
post
v. 게시하다
Limit what you post to social networking sites.
identity thief
신원 도용
If you post too much information about yourself, an identity thief can gather information about your life.
pioneer
n. 개척자
If I choose a non-traditional career, I would enjoy the satisfaction that comes from being a pioneer.
colleague
n. 동료
Won’t you worry about negative attention from colleagues?
boundary
n. 경계
It’s worth pushing boundaries and making new opportunities.
plastic surgery
성형 수술
I strongly believe that it is one of the reasons behind the growth of the plastic surgery industry.
paternity leave
남편의 육아 휴가
My uncle hesitates to take paternity leave.
unstable
a. 불안정한
The person thinks mental patients could be unstable or dangerous.
gender
n. 성
We need to see everyone as an individual and realize that gender does not define who people are.
share
v. 공유하다
Make sure to be careful with what you share on social networking sites.
bias
n. 편견
Your willingness to question your own possible biases is an important step toward understanding the roots of stereotypes.
annoy
v. 귀찮게 하다
Those unwanted calls are really annoying.
strengthen
v. 강화하다
Companies need to strengthen employee education.
hand over
이양하다, 인도하다
Don’t forget to check that it’s a trusted site with good security measures before handing over any personal information.
legally
ad. 합법적으로
Are you positive about having downloaded all of them legally?
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