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abash
어 배쉬 2, 무안하게 하다:Meredith felt abashed by her inability to remember her lines in the school chorus of "Old McDonald Had a Farm"
unabashedly
부끄러운기색도없이
abate
<고통이>감소하다:the agony abated; <비바람이>잠잠해지다:Bad weather abates when good weather begins to return.
abatement
경감:tax abatement
aberration
엡 어 뤠이 션 3, 정도에서벗어난것; 예외
aberrant
정도에서벗어난
abhor
앱 홀 2, 소름이끼칠정도로싫어하다:hating a person is almost friendly in comparison with abhorring him or her.
abhorrence
혐오
abhorrent
견딜수없이싫은 :It is ~ to me.= I am ~ of it. 나는 그게 질색이다(I abhor it.)
abject
앱 줵트 1, 희망이없는:A slave is abject.:abject poverty 극빈
abnegate
앱 너 게잍 1, <즐거움을> 끊다:Samantha abnegated desserts for one month after getting on the scale.
self-abnegation
자기희생
abortive
unsuccessful:Mary and Elizabeth made an abortive effort to bake a birthday cake; that is, their effort didi not result in a birthday cake.
abort
to end something before it is completed.
abridgement
요약본
absolute
앱 썰 뤁 1, 무조건적인:An absolute rule is one that has no exceptions and that you must follow, no two ways about it. 절대적인 것:Death, for living things, is an absolute, which means that it is total, unlimited, or perfect.
absolve
앱 졸브 2, 의무를 면제하다:Bill absolved Mary of her obligation to go to the prom with him.
absolution
앱 썰 루 션 3, 면제
abstinent
앱 스터 넌트 1, Beulah used to be a chain-smoker; now she's abstinent 절제하는
abstain
절제하다 <from>~ from food[flesh and fish] 단식하다[육식을 피하다]
abstruse
앱 스트루스 2, 난해한
abyss
어 비쓰 a bottomless pit(구덩이), or something so deep thath it seems bottomless 나락; 구렁텅이:the ~ of despair 절망의 구렁텅이
abysmal
어 비즈 멀 2, 지독하게안좋은(very bad)
accolade
애 컬 레읻 1, 칭송(주로 복수로)
accost
어 커스트 2, to approach and speak to someone aggresively:Amanda karate chopped the stranger who accosted her in the street and was embarassed to find he was an old blind man.
acerbic=acerb[어 썳 2]
어 썰 빅 2, difficult to accept; unpleasant; 신랄한
acquiesce
애 쿠위 에스 3, 마지못해따르다:The pirates asked Pete to walk the plank; he took one look at their swords and then acquiesced.
acrid
에 크륃 1, 신맛이나는; 톡쏘는; 심한발언
acrimonious
애 크러 모우 니 어스 3, full of spite
acumen
애 큐 먼 1, 통찰력
acute
어 큐우트 2, 시력이좋은:My eyesight is acute(You can see things that other people can't=You have visual acuity.
(지성등이)예리한:an acute mind=you have mental acuity.
(고통등이)예리한:an acute pain=a sharp pain
Acute means sharp only in a figurative sense. A knife, which is sharp enough to cut, is never said to be acute.
An acute disease <병이>급성인
adamant=adamantine(애 더 맨 틴 3,)
unyielding; 매우단단한:a diamond is adamant.
address
어 드뤠쓰 2, to address a convention:to give a speech to the convention; to address a problem:to face it and set about solving it
adherent
앧 히어 뤈트 2, 옹호자
admonish
앧 마 니쉬 2:The boys' mother admonished(경고했다) them not to eat the pie she had just baked.When they did so anyway, she admonished(scold gently 주의를주다) them for doing it.
adroit
어 드로잍 2, skillful 솜씨좋은
adulation
애 절 레이 션 3, wild or excessive admiration 부담스러울정도의칭찬
adulterate
어 덜 터 뤠잍 2, contaminate; make impure:vegetarians do not like their foods adulterated with animal fats.
affable
애 퍼 벌 1, 붙임성있는
affectation
애 팩 태이 션 3, Behavior that is assumed rather than natural; artificiality
affinity
어 피 너 티 2, A natural attraction, liking, or feeling of kinship 좋아함; An inherent similarity between persons or things 유사성
agrarian
어 그래어 뤼 언 2, Relating to agricultural or rural matters
agnostic
애그 나스 틱 2, 불가지론(不可知論)자
aggregate
애 그러 것 1, sum total; a collection of separate things mixed together:
Chili is an aggregate of meat and beans;
You would make Chili by aggregating meat and beans;
Chili is an aggregate(집합적인)food.
alacrity
어 래 크뤼티 with~ 경쾌하게; 민첩하게
allege
어 레쥐 2, 우기다; 주장하다;
"Bill alleges that I stole his hat"
1. Bill says I stole his hate
2. I say I didn't do it.
allegation:주장
alleviate
얼 리 비 에잍 2, 완화하다:Aspirin alleviates headache pain.
alloy
앨 로이 1, 합금:Brass is an alloy of copper and zinc.
얼 로이 2, mix two things together
unalloyed : pure
allusion
얼 루 젼 2, 암시 allude (암시적으로) 언급하다: To refer to it indirectly :an allusion is an allusion only if the source isn't identified directly.:"I sometimes wonder whether to be or not to be"-->alluding
"As Hamlet said, 'To be or not to be, that is the question,'"-->direct reference, not an allusion
altruism
앨 트루 이 점 1, 이타주의
ambience
앰 비 언쓰 1, <문>분위기
adj. ambient
ambivalent
앰 비 벌 런트 2, undecided; having opposed feelings simultaneously 모순되는 감정이 공존하는 Susan felt ambivalent about George as a boyfriend. Her frequent desire to break up with him reflected this ambivalence.
ameliorate
어 미일 리어 뤠잍 2, 개선하다
amenable
어 미 너 벌 2, 따르는<to>:I suggested that Bert pay for my lunch as well as for his own and, to my surprise, he was amenable to the suggestion.
amenity
어 메 니 티 2, [보통 pl. ]오락 [문화] 시설:The amenities at the local club include a swimming pool, a golf course, and a fallout shelter.
[pl.]화장실; [pl.]호텔에서 공짜로 지급되는 물건들(비누, 샴푸 등등)
amiable
에이 미 어 벌 1, 붙임성있는
amicable
애 미 커 벌 1, 우호적인:~ relations 우호 관계
amnesty
앰 너 스티 1, <from amnesia기억상실증> 사면:The word amnesty always refers to a pardon given to a group or class of people. A pardon granted to a single person is simply a pardon.
amoral
에이 모 뤌 2, 도덕적이지도부도덕적이지도않은 :A moral person does right; an immoral person does wrong; an amoral person simply does.
amorphous
어 몰 퍼쓰 2, 무정형의(formless):To say that something has an
"amorphous shape" is a contradiction. How can a shape be shapeless?