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딜 러 타안트 1, someone with superficial knowledge of the arts; an amateur; a dabbler:To be a ~ is to dabble in something rather than doing it in a serious way.:Reginald said he was an artist, but he was merely a ~; he didn't know a pencil from a paintbrush.:Antonella dismissed the members of the ladies' sculpture club as nothing more than a bunch of ~s.
디히 써얼는 2, 분별하다 뚜렷이인식하다 to have insight; to see things clearly; to discriminate; to differentiate:To ~ something is to perceive it clearly. A writer whose work demonstrates ~ment is a writer who is a keen observer.:The ill-mannered people at Tisha's party proved that she had little ~ment when it came to choosing friends
디 스트뤼잍 2, 신중한:The psychiatrist was very ~; no matter how much we pestered him, he wouldn't gossip about the problems of his famous patients.:He had discretion(디스 크뤠 션 2):To be in~ is to be imprudent and especially to say or do things you shouldn't. It was in~ of Laura to tell Sally how much she hated Bailey's new hairstyle, because Sally always tells Bailey everything.:When Laura told that to Sally, she committed an indiscretion.
디스 인 트뤄 스틷 2, 사심없는:A refree should be ~. He or she should not be rooting for one of the competing teams. (not uninterested:uninterested means not caring about things):A ~ observer is one who has no personal stake in or attachment to what is being observed.:Mereditih claimed that the accident had been Louie's fault, but several ~ witnesses said that Meredith had actually bashed into his car after jumping the median and driving in the wrong lane for several miles.
디히 쎔 어 네잍 2, to spread the seeds of something; to scatter; to make widely known 씨를 흩뿌리다; 유포하다:News is ~ed through many medias: radio, television, newspapers, magazines, and gossips.
디 써 페잍 1, (to cause to) thin out, drift away, or dissolve:흩어지다:The smoke ~ed as soon as we opened the windows.<감정이>가시다:Rex's anger ~ed as the day wore on and he gradually forgot what had upset him.:The police ~ed the riotous crowd by spraying the demonstators with fire hoses and firing bullets over their heads.:탕진하다:Alex won the weekly lottery but ~ed the entire winnings in one abandoned, fun-filled weekend.:We can also say that a person is ~ed, by which we mean that he indulges in wild living. Alex is dissipated.
디 썰 루 션 3, 해산:Nothing could prevent the ~ of the Jesse Ventura Fan Club after he retired to seek a political career.:A person who is dissolute[디 썰 뤁 1, 방탕한] has lived life in the fast lane too long. ~ and dissipated are synonyms in this sense.
디스 텐드 2, 팽창하다:The tire ~ed alarmingly as the forgetful gas station attendant kept pumping more and more air into it.:A ~ed belly is one symptom of malnutrition.:A swelling is a distension.
다하 썰 1, easily taught 말 잘듣는:The ~ students quietly memorized all the lessons their teacher told them.:유순한:The baby raccoons appeared ~ at first, but they were almost impossible to control.
닥 트뤄 네어 3, 교조적인(이론에만집착하는):A ~ supporter of manned space flights to Pluto would be someone who supported such space flights even though it might be shown that such lengthy journeys could never be undertaken. A doctrinaire opponent of fluoridation of wather would be someone whose opposition could not be shaken by proof that fluoride is good for teeth and not bad for anything else.
돌 먼트 1, 휴지상태에있는:Mt.Vesuvius erupted violently and then fell ~ for several hundred years.:동면하는:Many plants remain ~ through the winter; that is they stop growing until spring.:Frank's interest in playing the piano was dormant and, quitee possibly, dead.
두 플리 써 티 2, the act of being two-faced; double-dealing표리[딴 마음]가 있는 언행; deception:Dave, in his ~, told us he wasn't going to rob the bank and the went right out and robbed it.:Liars engage in ~ all the time; they say one thing and do another.:The duplicitous salesman sold the stuffed camel to someone else even though he had promised to sell it to us.
이 벌 리언트 2, boiling 끓는; <원기열정 등이> 넘쳐 흐르는, 용솟음치는 bubbling with excitement, exuberant:The roaring crowd in a full stadium before the World Series might be said to be ~. A person overflowing with enthusiasm might be said to be ~. Cammie was ~ when her fairy godmother said she could use one of her three wishes to wish for three more wishes.
에 더 파이 1, to enlighten; to instruct, especially in moral or religious matters:We found the pastor's sermon on the importance of not eating beans to be most ~ing. The teacher's goal was to ~ her students, not to force a handful of facts down their throat.:We would have felt lost at the art show had not the excellent and informative programs been provided for our edification.
이히 페이쓰 2, 지우다:The inscription on the tombstone had been ~ed by centuries of weather.:The vandals ~ed the delicate carving by rubbing it with sandpaper.: 삭제하다 We tried to ~ the dirty words that had been written on the front of our house, but nothing would remove them.:To be self-~ing is to be modest.:John is ~: he won an Olympic gold medal and all he said was "Aw, shucks. I'm just a regular fella."
이 퓨 전 2, a pouring forth:When the child was rescued from the well, there was an intense ~ of emotion from the crowd that had gathered around the hole.:The madman's writings consisted of a steady ~ of nonsense.:To be effusive is to be highly emotional:Anna's ~ thanks for our silly little present made us feel somewhat embarassed, so we decided to move to a different city.
이 갤 러 테이 뤼 언 4, 평등주의의:People often lose interest in ~ measures when such measures intefere with their own interests.:~ can also mean as a noun to characterize a person.:~ advocates ~ism.
이 그뤼 저스 2, extremely bad; flagrant:Save this word for things that are worse than bad.:The mother's ~ neglect was responsible for her child's accidental cross-country ride on the freight train.:Erik's manners were ~; he ate his mased potatoes with his fingers and slurped the peas right off his plate.
이히 리 앁 2, 유도해내다:The interviewer skillfully ~ed our true feelings by asking us questions that got to the heart of the matter.:이끌어내다The defendent tried to ~ the sympathy of the jury by appearing at the trial in a wheelchair, but the jury convicted him anyway.
이히 맆 티 껄 2, 타원형의:The orbit of the earth is not perfectly round; it is ~.:An egg may have an ~ shape.:missing a word or words; obscure:An ~ statement is one that is hard or impossible to understand, either because something is missing from it or because the speaker or writer is trying to be hard to understand.:The announcement from the State Department was purposely ~--the government didn't really want reporters to know what was going on.
일 루 씹 2, hard to pin down; evasive:To be elusive is to elude, which means to avoid, evade or espcae.:잡히지 않는 The answer to the problem was ~; every time the mathematician thought he was close, he discovered another error.(Or, one could say that the answer to the problem eluded the mathematician):달아나는 The ~ criminal was next to impossible for the police to catch.(The criminal eluded the police):The team played hard, but victory was ~ and they suffered another defeat.(Victory ~ed the hard-playing team.)
에 머 그뤠잍 1, 이주하다:Pierre ~ed from France because he had grown tired of speaking French. Pierre became an emigre(에 머 그뤠이 1).
move from one place to another.
에 머 넌트 1, 탁월한:The visiting poet was so ~ that our English teacher fell to the ground before him and licked his shoes. Our English teacher thought the poet was pre~ in his field.:저명한:The entire audience fell silent when the ~ musician walked onto the stage and picked up his banjo and bongo drums.
에 뮬 레잍 1, to strive to equal or excel, usually through imitation:To ~ someone is to try to be just as good as, or better than, him or her.:The American company ~ed its successful Japanese competitor but never quite managed to do as well.:Little Joey imitated his athletic older brother in the hope of one day ~ing his success.:I got ahead by ~ing those who had gone before me.
엔 크로우취 2, 야금야금먹어들어가다:As the city grew, it ~ed on the countryside surrounding it.:With an ~ sense of dread, I slowly pushed open the blood-spattered door.:My neighbor ~ed on my yard by building his new stockade fence a few feet on my side of the property line.
엔 데 믹 2, 지방특산의, 지방 고유의:You won't find thath kind of tree in California; it's ~ to our part of country.:That peculiar strain of influenza was ~ to a small community in South Carolina; there were no cases anywhere else.:특유의 The writer Tom Wolfe coined the term "Me Decade" to describe the egocentricity ~ in the 1970s.
에 널 베잍 1, to reduce the strength or energy of, especially to do so gradually:Sander felt ~ed by his long ordeal and couldn't make himself get out of bed.:Clinging to a flagpole for a month without food or water ~ed me, and one day I fell asleep and fell off.:Life itself seemed to ~ the old man. He grew weaker and paler with every breath he drew.
엔 프뤤 촤이즈 2, 선거권을부여하다:In the US, citizens become ~ed on their eighteenth birthday. American women were not ~ed until the adoption of the Nineteenth Amendment in 1920, which gave them the right to vote.opp.difranchise
이 놀 머 티 2, 극악무도한범죄:Hitler's soldiers stormed through the village, committing one ~ after or great size is not the main meaning of ~. When you want to talk about the gigantic size of something, use immensity instead.
에 퍼 그뤰 1, a brief and usually witty or satirical saying:People often find it difficult to remember the difference between an ~ and an:epigraph:an apt quotation placed at the beginning of a book or essay제명(題銘):epitaph에 피 테프 1, a commemorative inscription on a grave 비문(碑文):epithet에 퍼 땥 1, a term used to characterize the nature of something; sometimes a disparaging term used to describe a person.((보기
Richard the Lion-Hearted))
이 피 터 미 2, a brief summary that captures the meaning of the whole; The first paragraph of the new novel is an ~ of the entire book; you could read it and understand what the author was trying to get across. It epitomized the entire work.; the perfect example of something:Luke's freshman year was the ~ of a college experience; he made friends, joined fraternity, and ate too much pizza.; Eating corn dogs and drinking root beer is the ~ of the good life, as far as Wilson is concerned.
이 꿔 님 어 티 3, 침착 with ~:침착하게:The entire apartment building was crumbling, but Rachel faced the disaster with ~. She ducked out of the way of a falling beam and made herself a chocolate sundae.
에 꿔 터 벌 1, 공평한:King Solomon's decision was certainly ~; each mother would receive half the child.
unfairness, implying wickedness as well
이 뀌 보 껄 2, 모호한:ambiguous means unclear; To be ~ is to be intentionally ambiguous.:Joe's response was ~; we couldn't tell whether he meant yes or no, which is preciesly Joe wanted.:To be ~ is to equivocate:To equivocate is to mislead by saying confusing or ambiguous things.:When asked Harold whether that was his car that was parked in the middle of the hardware store, he ~ed and asked, "In which aisle?"
에 루 다잍 1, 학문의깊이를드러내는:The professor said such ~ things that none of us had the slightest idea of what heh was saying.:The ~ biologist was viewed by many of his colleagues as a likely winner of the Nobel Prize.
에 써 테 뤽 3, 난해한:The author's books were so ~ that not even his mother ever bought any of them.:
에 스파우즈 2, 지지하다:The Mormons used to ~ bigamy, or marriage to more than one woman.
이 띠 뤼 얼 2, 천상의:The ~ music we heard turned out to be not angels plucking on their harps but the wind blowing past our satellite-television antenna.; as light and insubstantial as a gas or ether:The ~ mist on the hillside was delicate and beautiful.
에 버 네 썬트 3, happening for only the briefest period 찰나적:Meteors[미 티 얼 1, 유성] are ~; they last so breifly that it is hard to tell whether one has actually appeared.
익 제 썰 베잍 2, 악화시키다:Dipping Austin in lye ~ed his skin condition.
익 잭 팅 2, extremely demanding; difficult; requiring great skill or care :The ~ math teacher subtracted points for even the most unimportant errors.:상당한 수준의 기술을 요하는 Weaving cloth out of guinea-pig hair is an ~ occupation, because guinea pig are small and their hair is short.:The surgeon's ~ task was to reconnect the patient's severed eyelashes.
익 쩔트 2, 승진시키다:The manager decided to ~ the lowly batboy by asking him to pitch in the opening game of the World Series.:The adj. ~ed is used frequently. Being queen of England is an ~ed occupation.:Diamante felt ~ when he woke up to discover that his great-uncle had left him 100 million dollars.:Cleaning out a septic tank is not an ~ed task.
익 째스 퍼 뤠잍 2, 격분시키다:The child's insistence on hopping backward on one foot ~ed his mother, who was in a hurry.
익 쩸 플리 파이 2, 예시하다:Fred participated in every class discussion and typed all of his papers. His teacher thought Fred ~ed the model student; Fred's classmates thought he was sycophantic.:an exemplar(익 젬 플러 2) is an ideal model or a paradigm 모범. Exemplary(익 젬 플러 뤼 2) means outstanding, or worthy of imitation 모범이되는.
익 스허 스팁 2, 남김없는:Before you use a parachute, you should examine it ~ly for defects. Once you jump, your decision is irrevocable.
익 졸트 2, 간곡히타이르다:The coach used his bullhorn[휴대용확성기] to ~ us to try harder.The adj. form is hortatory[홀 터 토어 뤼 1]
엑 씨 전 씨 1, 위급한상황:An academic ~:you haven't opened a book all term and the final is tomorrow morning.
엑 찌스 텐 셜 3, 존재에관한; 실존주의의:don't use it unless you have a very good idea of what you are saying.
익 저 너 뤠잍 2, 결백을입증하다:The defendant, who had always claimed he wasn't guilty, expected to be ~ed by the testimony of his best friend.
엑쓰 페이 트뤼 에잍 2, 국외로추방하다:The rebels were ~ed by the nervous general, who feared that they would cause trouble if they were allowed to remain in the country.:이주하다:Hugo was fed up with his native country and so ~ed to America. In doing so, Hugo became an ~(엑스 페이 트뤼 엍 2).:repatriate(뤼 페이 트뤼 엍 2)is to return to one's native citizenship; that is, to become a ~.
익 스트뤠이 니 어쓰 2, unnecessary; irrelevant; extra:Extra ice cream would never be ~, unless everyone had already eaten so much that no one wanted any more.; The book`s feeble plot was buried in a lot of ~ material about a talking dog.;The soup contained several ~ ingredients, including hair, sand, and a single dead fly.:To be ~ is to be extra, but always with the sense of being unnecessary.
익 스트뤠 펄 레잍 2, to project or deduce from something known; to infer:George's estimates were ~ed from last year's data; he simply took all the old numbers and doubled them.:Emeril came up with a probable recipe by ~ing from the taste of the cookies he had eaten at the store.:By ~ing from a handful of pottery fragments, the archaeologists formed a possible picture of the ancient civilization.:To ~, a scientist uses the facts he has to project to facts outside; to interpolate(인 털 펄 레잍 2), he tries to fill the gaps within his data.
엑스 트뤄 케잍 1, 구하다:It took two and a half days to ~ the little girl from the abandoned well into which she had fallen.:Something that is permanently stuck is inextricable(인 엑쓰 트뤼 커 벌 2)
익 절트 2, ~에 기뻐날뛰다:The women's team ~ed in its victory over the men's team at the badminton finals. They were exultant.
페 브뤄 케이 션 2, 거짓말; My story about being the Prince of Wales was a ~. I'm really the king of Denmark.v.fabricate
퍼 시 셔스 2, 익살맞은:David was sent to the principal's office for making a ~ remark about the intelligence of the French teacher.

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