YBM 고등 심화 영어 독해 I 신정현 UNIT 1
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세트공유
whir
v. 윙윙 소리를 내며 움직이다
The TV is on and the laptop is whirring away.
acronymic
a. 머리글자를 따서 형성된
I am suffering from FOMO, a condition whose acronymic name stands for the Fear of Missing Out.”
diverse
a. 다양한
It is actually not something new—diverse forms of this condition have been around for ages.
prevalence
n. 널리 퍼짐; 발병률
Its prevalence and intensity in our modern age are unprecedented.
prime
a. 주된, 주요한
One of the prime sources of FOMO is social media.
toil
v. 힘들게〔고생스럽게〕 일하다
You are still toiling away at your homework.
scroll
v. 스크롤하여 훑어보다
Just scroll through the mountains of pictures and comments on social media.
induce
v. 유도하다
FOMO-inducing media is hardly limited to the Internet.
glorify
v. 미화하다
Reality shows tend to glorify the fabulous lifestyles of the rich and famous.
populate
v. 공간을 차지하다
Advertisements are populated only by gorgeous young people.
stimulus
n. 자극(제)
What might be some of your first reactions to such visual stimuli?
onset
n. 시작
The symptoms of an onset of FOMO include nervousness, sudden restlessness, and a general feeling of anxiety.
fester
v. 악화되다
Allowed to fester, it sucks you into living and judging other people’s lives instead of enjoying your own.
spawn
v. (어떤 결과·상황을) 낳다
FOMO is often not spawned from a desire to have made another person’s specific choice.
insecurity
n. 불안감
The subsequent insecurity in your own choices that this gives rise to is often the root cause of FOMO.
trigger
n. 계기
When you feel an onset of FOMO, ask yourself if the trigger is really something you wish you were doing yourself.
reaffirm
v. 재확인하다
Take some time to reaffirm your own decisions.
fundamental
a. 근본적인
Sometimes FOMO hints at something more fundamental: that you are not happy with your current life.
dismiss
v. 무시하다
You should examine your FOMO before dismissing it out of hand.
viable
a. 실행 가능한
Is this something that is viable for me right now?
undergo
v. 겪다, 경험하다
At each stage, you undergo major life changes.
bring about
~을 일으키다
Accept these stages and the transformations they bring about.
gullible
a. 남을 잘 믿는, 잘 속는
Nobody is gullible enough to accept everything at face value.
sanitize
v. 불쾌한 부분을 제거하다
In our age of photoshop, the images themselves are highly edited and sanitized.
inaccurate
a. 부정확한
Why should you develop negative feelings about yourself based on inaccurate representations of reality?
bolster
v. 북돋우다, 강화하다
Seeing these images may bolster your morale.
vigilant
a. 바짝 경계하는
Always remind yourself of who you are so that you remain vigilant against FOMO.
emulate
v. 모방하다
Whoever you wish you were or wish to emulate, nobody lives your life for you other than yourself.
dwindle
v. 줄어들다
In this digital era, the value of good rapport in our daily interactions seems to increasingly dwindle.
precipice
n. 위기, 궁지; 절벽
In this digital era, we are at a precipice with regard to human connection.
distress
n. 고통, 괴로움
That little boy really heard and felt that baby’s distress.
propensity
n. 성향
Having been keenly interested in people’s propensity for empathizing for some time, I developed a system of empathy training.
stand for
~을 상징하다
The E stands for eye contact.
norm
n. 일반적인 것, 규범
Even though cultural norms may vary, eye contact is usually the first indication that we’ve been noticed by someone.
maternal
a. 모성의
This connection goes back as early as maternal bonding with infants.
inherently
ad. 선천적으로
Inherently, every human being has a longing to be seen, understood, and appreciated.
disgusted
a. 혐오감을 느끼는, 역겨워하는
Imagine the disgusted look on someone’s face after eating rotten food.
conveyor
n. 전달자
Posture is another important conveyor of human emotion.
orient oneself to
자신을 ~에 맞추다, 적응시키다
We psychiatrists are trained to label the way a patient displays emotions as a way of orienting ourselves to the emotional experiences of the person.
term
n. 용어
Affect is the scientific term for expressed emotions.
crack
n. 날카로운 소리; 갈라짐
We have all heard a crack in the voice of someone who is about to cry.
edge
n. (흔히 화가 난 목소리의) 날카로움
We have heard the edge in the voice of someone who is about to get angry.
reside
v. ~에 있다
The area in our brain stem is the same area where the nuclei for tone of voice reside.
imply
v. 암시하다
Hearing implies far more than listening to the words that people say.
absorb
v. 흡수하다
We’re constantly absorbing the feelings of others.
mutual
a. 상호의
It turns out that most feelings are actually mutual.
hardwired
a. 내장된
The human brain is hardwired for empathy, so our inner experiences and feelings actually mirror those of others.
cooperate
v. 협력하다
Parts of our brain closely cooperate, so that we actually have an internal experience of what happens to others.
abound
v. 풍부하다
Modern day exceptions like cyber bullying abound on the Internet.
ruthless
a. 무자비한
These kinds of ruthless actions are probably on the rise because it is much easier to inflict harm on people whose pain you never see.
be tuned in to
~을 잘 알게 되다
Employers who are tuned in to their employees will have a more productive staff.
recovery
n. 회복
Patients who feel cared for will have shorter recovery times.
matter
v. 중요하다
Empathy matters in every corner of your life.
bring out
~을 발휘되게 하다〔끌어내다〕
We all need to walk in the shoes of others to bring out their full potential.
empower
v. ~에게 힘을 주다
When we empower others, we can collectively come together to bring out our best selves.
vexing
a. 짜증나는, 성가신
We can solve the world’s biggest, smallest, and most vexing problems.
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