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표현 벼락치기 2 -영상

하이윈드쥔장 2016.03.02 20:47 조회 수 : 146


잉글리쉬인코리언 책 링크: http://www.yes24.com/24/Goo...

좀 길어서 한번에 다 보는 것보다 나눠서 보시면 좋을 것 같습니다. 도움이 많이 되시길! 

날씨만 허락한다면...
If the weather permits 
The weather permitting 
If the weather allows 

If the fates allow 

인격화하다
Anthropomorphize 

Amount to something: -에 해당되다(충족시키다), 성공하다 
You said you wrote a book. Two chapters hardly amounts to a book! (책이나 되냐) 
He was a promising young lad, but he never amounted to anything. (장래가 촉망되는 젊은이) 

Branch out: 활동 영역을 넓히다
(Syn. make inroads) 

It was initially an electronics company, but they've been branching out into new sectors recently. 
It's rare for a singer to successfully branch out into the movie business. 

Carry out: 실시하다 
The investigation is being carried out by a third party. 
They carried out a customer satisfaction survey. (고객 만족도 설문 조사)

Dedicate to: 삶, 시간 등을 어떤 목표를 위해 바치다, (책 따위를) 누구에게 바치다 
I've dedicated the last ten years of my life to learning Korean. 
This book is dedicated to my dear wife. 

End up: 결국에 ~되다, 막상 해보니 ~한 결과가 되다 
The guy that started last ended up winning the race! 
I ended up missing my flight. 

Face: 직시하다, 직면하다 
It's high time you faced reality! 
Face the facts! 
What can I do -- faced with this kind of debt? 

Get over: 이겨내다, 극복하다 
I still haven't gotten over my ex. 
It's over! Get over it! 

Hold on: '가만히 있어봐', 좀 더 버티다 
Hold on. I think I left my keys back at the restaurant. 
Just hold on a few more minutes. The ambulance will be right here. 

Insist on: 요구하다, 주장하다, 고집하다, ~ 해대다 
Many employers insist on seeing a photograph of job applicants. 
Why do you insist on living like a pig? 
Why do you insist on wearing my clothes? 
Why do you insist on dressing like a slob? 

Jump at: 기꺼이 ~하다 
I jumped at the chance to work with my idol. 

Keep back: 참다, 막다 
He fought to keep back the tears. 
The police put up a barrier to keep back the masses. (차단막을 치다)

Launch into: 뛰어들다, 시작하다 
Be careful or he'll launch into another tirade. 
At every opportunity, (틈만나면) Grandpa launched into his war stories. 

Lose out: 기회를 놓치다 
We were slow to act and lost out on government funding for this quarter. 


Miss out: 기회를 놓치다 
We slept in today and missed out on the breakfast buffet.


Name after: 누군가의 이름을 따서 이름을 짓다 
He's named after his grandfather. 
The team is named after the Rocky Mountains. 

Opt out: 불참하다, 탈퇴하다 
Do you think it's too late for us to opt out? 

Pass for: (사실 아닌 것으로) 보이다, 받아들여지다
This is what passes for music these days? (이것도 음악이야?) 
Our professor's nearly 40, but could easily pass for a woman in her 20s. 

Quiet down: '조용히 해라', 조용해지다 
Go out there and quiet down the audience. 
Quiet down, kids! 

Refrain from: 자제하다, 삼가다 
Please refrain from smoking in the vicinity. 

Save up: ~를 사려고 저축하다 
I've been saving up for a new camera since last year. 

Take over: 이어받다, 맡다 
I took over for John when he retired. 
Why don't you take over for a while? 

Use up: 다 써 버리다
(Syn. exhaust) 
We've used up all the firewood (땔감, 장작) and it's only November. 
I've already used up all my sick days for the year. 

Vouch for: (누군가의 인격, 실력 등을) 보장하다, 장담하다, 옹호하다 
(Syn. guarantee) 
I can vouch for his character. 
I can't vouch for the food here. 

Xerox: 복사하다 
Could stop by the office and xerox this for me? 

Wear off: (약 따위의 효과가) 없어지다 
The medicine is starting to wear off. (떨어지다) 
The newness is starting to wear off. (신선함이 점점 떨어지고 있다) 

Yield to: 누군가에게 양보하다 
Cars must yield to pedestrians. 
I cannot yield on this issue. (사안) 

Zone: 멍때리다, 몰입하다, ~ 삼매경 
Oh, sorry! I was zoning out for a second. 
I was really in the zone during today's match. 

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