KOR | GER Phrases and Vocab – Last Week of October

  1. Sorry to be
    1. ~해서 미안해.
      1. 너무 늦어서 미안해요
      2. I am sorry for being late
    2. Tut mir leid, dass ich
      1. Tut mir leid, dass ich an deinem Geburtstag mal wieder arbeiten muss.
      2. Sorry to be working on your birthday again.
  2. Make noise
    1. 소리를 내다, 소음을 내다
      1. 누가 그 이상한 소리를 내는 거야 ?
      2. Who made that weird noise?
    2. Lärm machen
      1. Sollen Eier eigentlich Lärm machen beim Essen?
      2. Are eggs supposed to make noise when you eat them?
  3. The ((comparator) + verb), the  ((comparator) + verb)
    1. ~ 을 수록, …해
      1. 우리 더 빨리 결혼할수록, 난 더 행복해질 거야
    2. Je mehr… umso / desto
      1. Und je mehr man sich windet, desto enger wird die Falle.
      2. And the more you twist, the tighter the trap.
  4. To disturb
    1. 귀찮게 하다
    2. Stören
      1. Who dares to disturb my sanctuary?
      2. Wer wagt es, meinen Frieden zu stören?
  5. just as it was before
    1. 여전히
    2. wie vorher
      1. Just as before materials reference an appearance and both must exist in a material library.
      2. Genau wie zuvor verweisen Materialien auf eine Darstellung, und beide müssen in einer Materialbibliothek vorhanden sein.
  6. Notwithstanding
    1. 그래도
    2. Ungeachtet ( genitiv)
      1. Ungeachtet dessen kann das Europäische Parlament oder der Rat die Befugnisübertragung jederzeit widerrufen.
      2. Notwithstanding the foregoing, the European Parliament or the Council may revoke the delegation of powers at any time.
  7. boundlessly; endlessly; limitlessly
    1. 한없이
    2. Endlos
      1. Statt dessen sind sie darauf reduziert, zu kratzen, zu kreisen und endlos auf und ab zu gehen.
      2. Instead, they are reduced to scratching, circling and pacing endlessly.
  8. To end up v+ing
    1. 고 말다
    2. Enden, landen
      1. Und vielleicht ist er deshalb in meinen Händen gelandet.
      2. And maybe that’s why he ended up in my hands.
  9. Out of anger
    1. 홧김에 하다
      1. 그렇게 저는 친구와 홧김에 내기를 했고, 예상대로 져버리고 말았습니다.
      2. I made a bet in a fit of anger, and I lost as anticipated
    2. Aus Wut
      1. Ich glaube, ich ging ins Kloster aus Wut.
      2. I suppose I took the church up out of anger.
  10. Nothing
    1. 아무것도 아닌 일
      1. 그는 아무것도 아닌 일에 화를 냈다.
      2. He threw a fit over nothing.
    2. Wegen nichts
      1. Weil es besser ist, miteinander gut auszukommen, als sich wegen Nichtigkeiten zu streiten.
      2. Because it is better to get on with each other than to fight over nothing.
  11. Looking back, in retrospect
    1. 돌이켜보면
      1. 지금에 와서 돌이켜 보면, 그 때는 시험에 대한 스트레스와 어떤 고등학교와 대학에 다니게 될지에 관한 걱정이 우리를 사로잡지 않았던 정말 순수하고 천진난만한 시절이었다.
      2. Thinking back on it now, it really was a time of pure innocence . Before the stresses of exams and worrying about what high school and college we would attend caught up with us.
    2. Im nachhinein, in R[ckblick
      1. Aber ich kann natürlich auch nicht für die Haushalte 98 oder 99 im nachhinein die Fehlerrate senken.
      2. But obviously I cannot reduce the error rates for the 1998 or 1999 budgets in retrospect.
  12. It was hilarious
    1. 웃기긴 했다
      1. 남편이 화를 낸 건 아니었지만 상황이 좀 웃기긴 했어요
      2. He didn’t, but it was hilarious.
    2. Urkomisch sein, saukomisch sein, zum Totlachen sein, witzig
      1. Sie dachte, die Idee von mir Rugby war urkomisch.
      2. She thought the very idea of me playing rugby was hilarious.
  13. Talk seriously
    1. 진지하게 이야기하다
      1. 인생이란 진지하게 이야기하기에는 너무나 중요한 것이다 (오스카 와일드, 인생명언)
      2. Life is far too important a thing ever to talk seriously about. (Oscar Wilde)
    2. Ernsthaft reden oder diskutieren
      1. Du und ich werden ernsthaft reden müssen.
      2. You and I will have to talk seriously.
  14. Dis·turb
    1. 방해하다
      1. 남들에게 방해가 되지 않도록 조용히 속으로 읽으시오
      2. Do not disturb others, just read it to yourself.
  15. It fits
    1. Es passt
      1. Aber es passt doch perfekt.
      2. But it fits me so perfectly.
    2. 잘 맞네요
  16. satisfied with
    1. …에 만족한
      1. 나는 지금하고 있는 일에 당연 만족 한다
      2. I am definitely satisfied with the current job.
    2. mit et.zufrieden sein
      1. Wir sind relativ zufrieden mit dem Text insgesamt.
      2. We are relatively satisfied with the text as a whole.
  17. First choice
    1. 1순위
      1. 예, 2순위. -1순위, 3순위 빼고.
      2. The second. – Other than the first and the third.
    2. Erste Wahl
      1. Nicht unbedingt meine erste Wahl, aber überraschend beweglich.
      2. Not my first choice but surprisingly flexible.
  18. I feel like ~
    1. 을 생각이 나다
    2. 는 것처럼 느낀다 느껴진다  
      1. 가끔 나는 내가 너무 많은 것들을 배우고 있는 것처럼 느껴져.
      2. Sometimes I feel like I’m learning too many things.
    3. Ich fühle mich wie
      1. Ich fühle mich wie eine Mutter, die zu Hause bleibt.
      2. I feel like a stay-at-home mom.
  19. Keywords
    1. Schlüsselwörter
      1. Die folgenden Schlüsselwörter sind Hilfethemen zugeordnet.
      2. The following are all the keywords that match help topics.
    2. 중요 단어
      1. 그녀는 이 문장의 중요 단어에 별표를 하라고 말했다
      2. She told me to asterisk key words of this sentence.
  20. Concentrate on
    1. 에 집중하다
      1. 제 일에 집중 못하는 것 같아요.
      2. I can’t seem to concentrate on my work
    2. konzentrieren sich auf
      1. Sie konzentrieren sich auf die Verwendung von Zellen.
      2. And they concentrate on using cells.
  21. To be thirsty
    1. 목이 마르다
      1. 나는 목이 말라서 캔 맥주를 땄다.
      2. I was thirsty, so I cracked a tube.
    2. Durstig sein
      1. Kinder, die durstig sind, sollten Wasser trinken.
      2. Children who are thirsty should drink water.
  22. Strength and weakness
    1. 장단점
      1. 사람에게는 각각 장단점이 있다
      2. Each several has his merits and faults.
    2. die Stärken und Schwächen
      1. The FEA tool is intended to provide an engineer who is familiar with FEA with a general idea where the areas of strength and weakness reside.
      2. Das FEM-Werkzeug soll dem Ingenieur, dem FEM vertraut ist, eine allgemeine Vorstellung davon vermitteln, wo die Stärken und Schwächen liegen.
  23. At the very most
    1. ~ 밖에 (negative very )
      1. 거기에는 사람들이 아무리 많이 잡아도 50명밖에 없었다.
      2. There were 50 people there, at the very most.
    2. Höchstens
      1. Zwei, vielleicht drei Tage höchstens.
      2. Two, maybe three days at the most.
  24. Earrings
    1. 귀걸이
      1. 귀걸이를 바꿔야 겠어요.
      2. I want to change my earrings now.
    2. Die Ohrringe
      1. The earrings are too much, aren’t they?
      2. Die Ohrringe sind zu viel, oder?
  25. ①the next ②the following
    1. 뒤에 (time : later, after a while, after; location: back)
  26. relate to something/somebody
    1. ~와 관련되다; ~에 대해 언급하다
      1. 그녀는 아이들과 에이즈 환자들에 관련된 사람들을 도와주었다.
      2. She supported those people related to children and AIDS patients.
    2. Bezieht sich auf  / betrifft
      1. Auch mein nächstes Beispiel bezieht sich auf die Verwendung von Sicherheiten.
      2. My next example also relates to use of collateral.
  27. To find ~interesting
    1. Sich interessieren ~
    2. ~ interessant finden
  28. In the next ~ minutes
    1. innerhalb der nächsten Minuten
    2. In der nächsten ~ Minuten
  29. The objective has been to..
    1. Ziel war es…. Zu
      1. Mein Ziel war es, eine Agentur mit mehr Unabhängigkeit und mehr Entscheidungsgewalt zu schaffen.
      2. My objective has been to create an agency with greater independence and decision-making powers.
  30. From the point of view
    1. Aus ~ Sicht
      1. Diese Politik müssen wir aus Sicht der Subsidiarität betrachten
      2. We need to see this policy from the point of view of subsidiarity.
    2. 관점에서 볼 때
      1. 그 책은 그 아버지의 관점에서 쓰였다.
      2. The book is written from the father’s point of view.
  31. Make public
    1. (대중 매체를 통해) 일반에게 알리다, 공표하다; 공간(公刊)하다
      1. 친구나 동료와 공유하거나 공개 상태로 설정할 수 있습니다.
      2. Share with friends, colleagues or make it public.
    2. Öffentlich machen
      1. Wir müssen unseren Schmerz öffentlich machen, damit keine andere Frau leiden muss…
      2. Wir müssen unseren Schmerz öffentlich machen, damit keine andere Frau leiden muss…
  32. In reality, in actual fact
    1. 사실상
      1. 실제로는 전혀 다른 경험을 했습니다.
      2. In actual fact our experience was completely different.
    2. In Wirklichkeit
      1. In Wirklichkeit ist dies weitgehend eine Illusion.
      2. In reality, this is to a large extent an illusion
  33. In my opinion
    1. 내 생각에는, 내가 보기에는
      1. 제 생각엔 허비할 시간이 없습니다.
      2. In my opinion, there’s no time to lose.
    2. Ich bin der Meinung
      1. Natürlich liegt die Entscheidung bei dir, aber ich bin der Meinung, du solltest nicht.
      2. Obviously, the decision is yours, but I am of the opinion you should not.
  34. Finally another ….
    1. Noch einen weiteren
      1. Sie sind sehr nett und ich hätte gerne noch einen weiteren Drink …
      2. I have thought it over, and far from being a fat pig, you are very nice, and I would like another drink…
  35. To have little to no point
    1. ~ 해봐야 소용없다
      1. 인제 와서 그런 말 해 봐야 소용없다
      2. There’s no use saying such a thing now[when it’s too late].
    2. Hat wenig Sinn
      1. Es hat wenig Sinn, wenn die Europäische Union überall Krisengebieten und Kandidatenländern Zusagen macht, die wir dann nicht einhalten können.
      2. There is little point in the European Union making pledges to crisis areas and candidate states left, right and centre, which it cannot meet.
  36. Later in the day
    1. 그날은 더 늦게, 나중에, 그 날 오후
      1. 그 날 오후, 주커버그는 삼성전자의 임원들을 만나기 위해 서울 강남지역으로 갔습니다.
      2. Later in the day, Zuckerberg went to southern Seoul to meet executives of Samsung Electronics.
    2. Später am Tag
      1. Later in the day, he drank anything.
      2. Später am Tag hat er alles getrunken.