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미스터 | 2009.09.28 | 조회 17091
accept : to agree to take (something) (받아 들이다)
access: the method or possibility of approaching a place or person (접근)
adapt: to change (something or yourself) to suit different conditions or uses (적응하다)
adopt: to choose or claim as your own (채택하다)
advice: an opinion which someone offers you about what you should do or how you
advise: (충고하다)
affect: to have an influence on (영향을 미치다)
· After a lengthy discussion we reached a unanimous decision on the proposal.
age: length of existence : Noun (나이)
anonymous: adjective (made or done by someone) with a name which is not known
assurance: Assurance is a feeling of confidence and certainty in your abilities. (확신)
· At least 600 staff will lose their jobs if the firm closes.
back after a period of time (빌리다)
borrow: to get or receive (something) from someone with the intention of giving it
· Both witnesses lied to the police about what happened in the accident.
· Choose some cloth that you like and I'll make you up a skirt on the
cite: to mention (something) as proof for a theory or as a reason why something has
cloth: a type of) woven material (천)
clothes: things such as dresses and trousers that people wear to cover, protect or
common: (adjective) the same in a lot of places or for a lot of people (보통의)
complement: (보충하여 완전케 하다)
compliment: (칭찬하다)
considerable:  large or of noticeable importance (수량이 상당한)
considerate: (생각이 깊은)
costume: ( noun) the set of clothes typical of a particular country or period of history,
· Could I borrow your bike from you until next week?
custom: (noun) a way of behaving or a belief which has been established for a long
customs: (noun)  money paid to the government when you take particular goods from
deceive  (거짓말하다)
decorate the human body (의복, 옷)
demand for its products was falling.
developed (신장하다)
· Dr. Hwang has been adopted as the party's candidate for South Cambridge.
economic: (경제의)
economical: (경제적인)
economics: (경제학)
economy: (경제)
effect: the result of a particular influence  (영향, 결과)
especially: very (much); particularly; for a particular reason  (특히)
· Evolution can explain the past, but it can never predict the future.
· Except for her lack of experience she would be the ideal person for the job.
except: not including (제외하고)
excess: (an amount which is) more than acceptable (초과)
find: (찾다)
· For more information about the job, please contact the personnel manager.
· For reasons of personal safety, the informant wishes to remain anonymous.
for years.
found: (설립하다)
given back  (빌려주다)
grandparents.
grow up: get older, mature (성장하다)
grow: (verb)to increase in size or amount, or to become more advanced or
happened, is happening, or will happen (현장, 부지)
happened, or to speak or write (words taken from a written work)  (인용하다)
· Have you managed to find a replacement for that waiter who left so
· He's a couple of years older than me.
· He advised her to be patient.
· He came and sat (down) (=got into a seated position) next to me.
· He did not appear to be sensible of the difficulties that lay ahead.
· He never lets anyone know his real age.
· He set a vase of flowers on the table.
· Her parents died when she was a baby and she was raised by her
· House prices have risen rapidly.
· I'd like to see the research that these recommendations are founded on.
· I'm especially pleased to meet you because I've heard so much about you.
· I accept (=take) full responsibility for the failure of the plan.
· I called Kim and reminded her (that) the conference had been cancelled.
· I don't know whether he is at home or at the office.
· I don't remember signing a contract.
· I must compliment you on your handling of a very difficult situation.
· I usually lie down (=rest/sleep) for an hour after lunch.
· I was a bit worried about the party, but the evening passed without any great disasters.
· I was feeling quite pleased with myself.
· In my country, it's the custom (for women) to get married in white.
insurance: a policy that protects against loss (보험)
· It's not very dignified behavior for a 54-year-old man.
· It's very common to see daughters who dress just like their mothers.
· It took me a while to adapt to the new job.
· It wasn't very considerate of you to drink all the milk when you know I need some for the baby!
lay: (lay-laid-laid) to put (something) in esp. a flat or horizontal position (눕히다)
lend: to give (something) to someone for a short period of time, expecting it to be
lie: (lie-lay-lain) (눕다)
lie: (lie-lied-lied) to say something which is not true in order to
loose: not firmly fixed in place (느슨한)
lose: to no longer possess (something) (잃어 버리다)
loss: Loss is the fact of not having something any more.  (손실)
machine.
· Many parents feel a sense of loss when their children leave home.
· Many software companies have adapted popular programs to the new operating system.
needs.
old: having a particular age(나이의): Adjective
one country to another (세관)
one of the armed forces (직원)
or not made public (무명의)
or suitable for a particular activity (특별한 의상)
passed: (of time) to go past (지나갔다)
· Passengers are reminded to take all their personal belongings with them when they leave the plane.
· Passengers should tell the airline in advance if they have any special dietary needs.
past: the past the period before and until, but not including, the present time (과거)
· Perhaps we should lay paper over the floor while we're decorating the room.
person rather than to a group or an organization. (개인의)
Personal: (adjective): Personal means relating or belonging to a single or particular
Personnel is the department of a company or organization that deals
personnel.
Personnel: plural (noun) the people who are employed in a company, organization or
popular: (adjective) well-liked (유행의)
quiet: (adjective) making very little noise
quite: (adverb) to a particular extent, but not very
raise: verb [T] to take care of until completely grown (기르다)
remember: (생각해 내다)
remind: (생각나게 하다, 상기시키다, 일깨우다)
· Representatives of the company claim their plan will be sensitive to local
rise: to increase (rise, rose, risen) (오르다)
sensible: (분별 있는, 지각 있는, 상식적인) having an awareness or understanding of
sensitive: (느끼기 쉬운, 민감한;과민한)
set: (놓다;배치하다)
· She's in her third year of economics at New York University.
· She asked me whether I was interested in working for her.
· She doesn't like lending her books.
· She gave me some good/bad/sound/unsolicited advice.
· She hasn't phoned, (even) though she said she would.
· She lay back in the dentist's chair and tried to relax.
· She sang with assurance (=confidently) throughout the performance.
· Shopping for clothes is one of life's great pleasures.
should act in a particular situation  (충고)
sit: (앉다)
site: a place where something is, was, or will be built, or where something
special: not ordinary or usual (특별한)
· Strawberries and cream complement each other perfectly.
suddenly?
· The children were dressed in Halloween costumes.
· The company cited a 12% decline in new orders as evidence that overall
· The council haven't yet chosen the site for the new hospital.
· The fire caused considerable damage to the church.
· The government's economic policies have led us into the worst recession
· The government has few options except to keep interest rates high.
· The insurance doesn't cover you for (=include) household items.
· The labor force is expected to grow by 6% next year.
· The main access to (=entrance to) the building is at the side.
· The mechanic was lying on his back underneath my car.
· The new director of the TV station is likely to make major changes in
· The popular myth is that air travel is more dangerous than travel by car or bus.
· The radiation leak has had a disastrous effect on/upon the environment.
· The system has been designed to give the user quick and easy access to the required information.
· The tax inspector had/gained complete access to the company files.
· The team's performance was affected by the rain.
· The weather in the hills can change very quickly, so take suitable clothing.
· There was quite a lot of traffic today but yesterday was even busier.
· There were some loose wires hanging out of the wall.
· There will be an increase in tax for those earning in excess of (=more than)
· There will be some disruption for the next few weeks while contractors lay a new cable/sewer.
· There will be substantial job losses if the factory closes down.
· This new vacuum cleaner is very quiet.
though: (비록 …일지라도): despite the fact that; although
through: (preposition) 통해서
time (관습)
· Tourism contributes millions of dollars to the country's economy.
twice the national average wage.
unanimous: (of a group of people) all agreeing about one particular matter (만장일치의)
· We're claiming for the lost luggage on our insurance.
· We are sensitive to the needs and expectations of our customers.
· We found the address through a process of elimination.
· We sold the bike through advertising in the local paper.
weather: (날씨, 일 기)
· What's the most economical way of heating this building?
· When children grow up, they gradually become adults.
whether: (…인지 어떤지)
with its employees when they first join (인사부)
· You have to pay customs (duty) on imported cars.

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