YBM 고등 실용 영어 박준언 Special Lesson
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세트공유
entrepreneur
n. 사업가
The entrepreneur saw the potential of the product.
worthy
a. 가치 있는
Mr. Sanders, my teacher, is worthy of our respect.
comment
n. 언급
I would welcome your comments on my opinion.
concern
v. 관련되다
His paper concerns global warming and its effects.
committee
n. 위원회
He will be in committee meetings the whole afternoon.
praise
v. 칭찬하다
The coach praised the team for their performance.
encourage
v. 북돋아주다
I want to thank my parents, who always encouraged and supported me.
enroll
v. 등록하다
I enrolled in an evening class at the college.
manage
v. 관리하다
The government needs to manage the economic crisis.
eventually
ad. 결국
Eventually, David got a job and moved to Brazil.
turmoil
n. 혼란
The country has been in a state of political turmoil.
declare
v. 공표하다
She declared her intention to become the president.
accompany
v. 수반하다
The flu is accompanied by fever and aches.
famine
n. 기근
Many people are dying because of war and famine.
devastate
v. 황폐화시키다
The city was devastated by the hurricane.
starve
v. 굶주리다
The organization provides food for starving children.
barefoot
a. 맨발의
She wore a dress and was barefoot.
trudge
v. 느릿느릿 힘겹게 걷다
The family trudged up the hill for hours.
fertile
a. 비옥한
The region has miles of fertile vineyards.
desperate
a. 절박한, 필사적인
We had no food left and were getting desperate.
in tow
(사람을) 뒤에 데리고
Cordelia turned up with her mother in tow.
frustrate
v. 좌절시키다
Bad weather frustrated our plans for camping.
stool
n. 의자
She bought a step stool for her toddler.
loan
n. 대출
It takes years for most people to repay their student loan.
precarious
a. 불안정한
Their financial situation has become precarious.
ridiculously
ad. 어처구니 없게
She bought a ridiculously expensive bag.
debt
n. 빚
She has saved enough money to pay back her debts.
poverty
n. 빈곤
What can be an effective strategy for fighting poverty?
be reluctant to
~하기를 꺼리다
The bank was reluctant to lend him the money because of his bad credit.
in general
일반적으로
In general, women gain weight faster than men.
charity
n. 자선
Many people gathered to raise money for charity.
sustainable
a. 지속적인
The government tries to promote sustainable energy.
self-sufficient
a. 자급자족의
Our country is not energy self-sufficient.
launch
v. 시작하다, 출시하다
A new model is going to be launched in Korea next month.
microcredit
n. 마이크로 크레딧, 소액 대출
The bank plans to set up a microcredit program.
solidarity
n. 연대
Supporters will march in order to show solidarity.
contract
n. 계약
I was given a three-year contract with an annual salary of $100,000.
mutual
a. 상호의
Their partnership was built upon mutual trust and respect.
microloan
n. 소액융자
Microloans are intended to make a real difference in poverty.
approximately
ad. 거의
The plane will take off in approximately 10 minutes.
overwhelming
a. 압도적인
An overwhelming majority was against the idea.
unprecedented
a. 전례 없는
This event is unprecedented in history.
recovery
n. 회수
Unfortunately, the goods were lost and recovery is impossible.
branch
n. 지점
The bank has branches all over the world.
equivalent
n. 동등한 것, 등가물
I will give him twenty dollars or its equivalent in books.
advocate
v. 옹호하다
Voters supported the candidate who advocated free market policies.
empower
v. 권한을 주다
This amendment is needed to empower minority groups.
guarantee
v. 보장하다
We guarantee that the product will arrive on time.
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