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  1. ①clamor; make a noise ②speak loudly ③spread ④insist
    1. 떠들다
      1. 계속 떠들다 언젠가 지쳐서 잠들겠지.
      2. We will fall asleep sometime after talking.
    2. Klappern
      1. Vielleicht hört das Klappern dann auf.
      2. Maybe that will stop the chattering.
  2. chatter , noise
    1. 수다
      1. 그들의 수다 때문에 공부에 정신을 집중할 수 없다.
      2. Their chatter distracts me from studying.
  3. Go to your room
    1. geh auf dein Zimmer.
      1. Ich würde gern mit dir auf dein Zimmer gehen.
      2. I’d like to go to your room.
      3. Geh jetzt auf dein Zimmer und lerne. Penny, wehe, wenn du weiter auf ihr pubertäres Geschwätz hörst
      4. Tracy, I want you to go to your room and study… and, Penny, don’t you be listening… to every bit of nonsense that my daughter tells you.
    2. 방으로 가다
      1. 만약 너희 아빠께서 집에서 담배를 피우시면, 네 방으로 가.
      2. If your dad is smoking in the house, go to your room.
  4. Adults, elders
    1. 어른들
      1. 어른들은 오랫동안 화를 안 푸는 경향이 있어요.
      2. Adults tend to stay angry a long time.
    2. Die Erwachsene
      1. Ich, als die Erwachsene, hätte wissen…
      2. I’m the adult, I’m the one that should’ve known…
  5. Someone’s
    1. Jemandes
      1. Ich könnte irgendwann auf jemandes Hochzeit gehen müssen.
      2. I’m might have to go to somebody else’s wedding.
    2. 누군가의
    3. 누구의
      1. 지금 당장 귀를 기울이고 누군가의 절친이 되자.
      2. Let us listen and become someone’s best friend now.
  6. ①disregard; neglect ②disregard; neglect
    1. 무시하다
      1. 이 사람이 교통신호를 무시했습니다
      2. his man ignored the traffic signal.
    2. Ignorieren
      1. I can’t ignore what happened.
      2. Ich kann nicht ignorieren, was passiert ist.
  7. No use; no point; pointless; counts for nothing; unimportant
    1. 아무 쓸모가 없다
      1. 그의 학문은 아무 쓸모가 없다.
      2. His learning does no good.
    2. Sinnlos
      1. Er glaubt, dass seine Arbeit sinnlos ist.
      2. He thinks his job is pointless.
  8. I am tired of
    1. 에 싫증이 난다
      1. 나는 오트밀에 싫증이 난다.
      2. I am tired of oatmeal.
    2. Ich habe es satt
      1. Ich habe es satt, mich immer nur zu beschweren und nie was zu tun.
      2. I am tired of just complaining and never doing anything.
  9. I hate it when
    1. 게 정말 싫어
    2. 은 질색이다
      1. 나는 사람들이 우는 것은 질색이다.
      2. I hate it when people cry.
    3. Ich hasse es, wenn
      1. Ich hasse es, wenn Mami und Papi streiten.
      2. I hate it when mommy and daddy fight.
  10. Professor
    1. 교수인
      1. 어느 날, 앨봄은 그의 옛 교수인 슈워츠를 텔레비전에서 보았다.
      2. One day, Albom saw his old professor, Schwartz, on television.
    2. Professor
      1. Sie hatten wohl Angst, ich wäre Professor Sprout.
      2. You probably feared I was Professor Sprout.
  11. New employees
    1. 신입사원들
      1. 신입 사원들이 일을 아주 열심히 하는 것 같군요.
      2. Looks like the new employees are hard workers.
    2. Neue Mitarbeiter
      1. Ihr Unternehmen stellt neue Mitarbeiter ein.
      2. New employees are being hired by your enterprise.
  12. Observe
    1. 관찰하다
      1. 그는 영화 제작 과정을 관찰할 수 있었다.
      2. He was able to observe the process of film production.
    2. Beobachten
      1. Beobachten Sie Daniel Hendrickx, wenn wir an der Reihe sind.
      2. Don’t miss a thing, and watch Daniel Hendrickx’s face closely.
  13. both sides; both parties
    1. 양쪽
      1. 양쪽 모두 가지고 싶지 않다
      2. I want neither (of them). or I don’t want either (of them).
    2. beiden Seiten
      1. Eines, mit dem beide Seiten hätten leben können.
      2. One that both sides could live with.
  14. record; results ②grade; record
    1. 성적
      1. 대학 시절 학교 성적은 어땠습니까?
      2. How were your grades in college?
    2. Die Noten
      1. Du hast ja mitgearbeitet und hattest gute Noten, sag mal.
      2. You worked well and got good grades.
  15. remarkable; outstanding
    1. 뛰어나다
      1. 그의 작품은 단연 뛰어나다.
      2. His work is in a class by itself.
    2. Hervorragend
      1. Hier haben wir ein hervorragendes Beispiel für die Ausgewogenheit.
      2. This is an outstanding example of balance.
  16. faithfully; sincerely
    1. 성실히
      1. 앞으로 성실히 살겠습니다
      2. will live an honest life from now on.
    2. Aufrichtig, herzlich
      1. Wir nehmen an, dass das Land seine Entscheidung aufrichtig bedauert.
      2. We assume that it sincerely regrets its decision
  17. result; outcome
    1. 결과
      1. 더 나은 결과를 얻을 필요가 있어요.
      2. We need to generate better results.
    2. Das Ergebnis
      1. Ich erwarte hier bei aller Behutsamkeit ein schnelles und gutes Ergebnis.
      2. I am tentatively expecting a fast and satisfactory outcome.
  18. At first
    1. 처음엔
      1. 요리도 처음엔 어렵지.
      2. Cooking is hard at first.
    2. Zuerst, am Anfang
      1. Wir waren zuerst etwas unschlüssig, auch wenn wir das bedauern.
      2. At first we were somewhat irresolute and we regret that now.
  19. Definitely, certainly
    1. 분명히
      1. 이것은 분명히 그것과 다릅니다.
      2. This is certainly different from that.
    2. Sicherlich, gewiss
      1. Hier ist es sicher wichtig, dass das Weiterlaufen überprüft wird.
      2. It is certainly important to monitor what happens here.
  20. Gradually; more and more
    1. 점점
      1. 그때 이후 그것은 점점 더 유명하게 되었다.
      2. Since then it has become more and more popular.
    2. immer mehr
      1. Ohne eine Änderung der Rechtsvorschriften werden immer mehr ungeprüfte Fahrzeuge auf den europäischen Markt kommen.
      2. Without a change in legislation, more and more untested cars will enter the European market.
  21. Produce results ( good)
    1. 결과를 내다
      1. 이것은 프로그램이 오작동하거나 틀린 결과를 내는 원인이 된다.
      2. This causes a program to malfunction or to produce incorrect results.
    2. Früchte tragen,  zu Ergebnissen führen
      1. Bleibt zu hoffen, dass die Konferenz in Madrid zu Ergebnissen führen wird, die unseren Erwartungen entsprechen.
      2. Let us hope, then, that the Madrid Conference will produce results that come up to our expectations.
  22. Then; and then
    1. 그랬더니
      1. 그랬더니 보험회사에서 절대로 안 된다는 거예요.
      2. But the insurance company said absolutely not.
  23. ①appearance; look ②appearance; look ③trace; mark
    1. 모습
      1. 이 근처는 옛날 모습을 간직하고 있다
      2. This neighborhood looks just as it did in the old days.
    2. Das Aussehen
      1. Durch den Neuaufbau der Kurve kann sich ihr Aussehen ändern.
      2. Rebuilding the curve can change its appearance.
  24. gather around
    1. Sich versammeln
      1. Arizona State Studenten, versammelt euch.
      2. Arizona State students, gather around.
    2. 모여서
      1. 해질녘이면 우리는 모여서 기도를 한다.
      2. At the close of day, we all gather up to pray.
  25. take a break
    1. Pause machen
      1. In zwei Minuten kann ich Pause machen.
      2. I can take a break in about two minutes.
    2. 쉬다
      1. 들어가서 잠시 쉬다 오겠습니다.
      2. I’ll get in and rest some.
  26. ①talk ②have a talk
    1. 이야기를 나누다
      1. 그와 이야기를 나누다 보니 긴장이 풀렸다
      2. My tension melted away as I talked with him.
    2. Sich mal unterhalten
      1. Es ist schön, wenn man sich mal mit jemandem unterhalten kann.
      2. It’s lovely to find someone I can actually chat to.
  27. Conduct experiments
    1. 실험을 하다
      1. 어제 나는 물리시간에 실험을 했다.
      2. Yesterday I had class in the physics laboratory.
    2. Ein Experiment durchführen
      1. Vielleicht könnten wir ein Experiment durchführen, um es herauszufinden.
      2. Maybe we can do an experiment to find out.
  28. Upon that
    1. 그러자
      1. 그러자 아주 커다란 소음이 들렸어요.
      2. Then I heard a very loud noise.
    2. Auf dieser Grundlage
      1. Auf dieser Grundlage haben wir sie verheiratet, und die Ehe ist einwandfrei.
      2. Based upon that, we gave him a bride, and it was a flawless wedding.
  29. While V + ing
    1. 는 도중에
      1. 그는 대화 도중에 몇 차례 끼어 들었다.
      2. He interjected several times during the conversation.
  30. Creative
    1. 창의적
      1. 창의적인 사람들은 시류에 거슬리게 생각한다.
      2. Creative people sometimes think against the stream.
    2. Kreativ
      1. Die Kreativen hatten wirklich zum ersten Mal das Sagen.
      2. Creative people really had their say for the first time.
  31. To come up with ideas
    1. 아이디어가 샘솟아요
      1. 끊임없이 아이디어가 샘솟아요.
      2. he comes up with ideas endlessly.
    2. Auf Idee kommen, ideen einbringen,
      1. Man kommt auf Ideen, an die man sonst nicht gedacht hätte.
      2. You can come up with ideas that you wouldn’t have thought of otherwise.
  32. Solve a problem
    1. 문제를 풀다
    2. 문제를 해결하다
      1. 사랑이란 문제를 해결하기 위해 머리를 맞대는 것이다.
      2. Love is putting your heads together to solve a problem.
    3. Ein Problem lösen
      1. Nun, ich nehme an, dass Sie bereit sind, Ihre Arbeit wieder aufzunehmen, mir zu helfen ein Problem zu lösen.
      2. Well, I assume you’re ready to resume your work, help me solve a problem.
  33. I hope it ….
    1. 이랬으면 좋겠다.
      1. 오늘 아침 화창하고 좋네. 하루 종일 이랬으면 좋겠다.
      2. It’s nice and sunny this morning, I hope it stays like this all day.
    2. Ich hoffe
      1. Ich hoffe, Sie werden die unseren unterstützen.
      2. I hope you will support ours.
  34. During office hours
    1. während der Bürozeiten
      1. – Komm bitte während der Bürozeiten.
      2. – Please come during office hours.
    2. 근무 시간에
      1. 근무 시간에 이 번호로 전화하세요.
      2. Phone us on this number during office hours.
  35. To reference something
    1. Etwas im Bezug nehmen, referenzieren
      1. Beachten Sie die Objekte, die als Ziele referenziert sind.
      2. Note the objects that are referenced as targets
    2. 참조하다
      1. 쿼리 작업을 할 때 여기 포함된 표를 참조하십시오
      2. Use the tables included as a reference when working with queries.