KOR | GER phrases

한국 표현 und deutsche Ausdrücke

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  1. need a hand -ing
    1. ~하는 데 도움이 필요하다
    2. 때 도움이 필요하다
      1. 그는 식사 준비할 때 도움이 필요했어.
      2. He needed a hand cooking the meal.
      3. 이거 옮기는 데 도움이 필요한데.
      4. I need a hand carrying it
  2. Is there any reason why ~
    1. 는 이유라도 있습니까?
      1. 날 의도적으로 피하는 특별한 이유라도 있나요?
      2. Is there some reason why you’re trying to avoid me?
      3. 너를 죽이면 안 되는 이유라도 있나, 괴물?
      4. Why shouldn’t I just kill you, monster?
    2. Gibt es einen Grund, warum  /weshalb
      1. Gibt es einen Grund, warum der Secret Service eine Zugabe braucht?
      2. Is there any reason why the secret service needs an encore?
  3. There is no reason to ~
    1. 을 이유가 없습니다
      1. 우리가 해온 방법을 바꿀 이유가 없습니다.
      2. There is no reason to change how we do things.
    2. Es besteht kein Grund zu
    3. Es gibt keinen Grund zu
      1. Es gibt keinen Grund zur Panik.
      2. There is no reason to panic.
  4. Some people V, while others don’t
    1. 몇몇 사람들은 V + 는 반면에, 다른 사람들은 그렇지 않다.
      1. 어떤 사람들은 야채와 과일을 좋아하는 반면, 다른 사람들은 그렇지 않다.
      2. Some people like vegetables and fruits, while others don’t.
    2. Einige ~ , andere nicht.
    3. Manche Menschen ~, andere nicht.
      1. Manche Menschen mögen Sport. Andere nicht.
      2. Some people like sports. Others don’t.
  5. When the time permits
    1. Wenn es zeitlich möglich ist
    2. Wenn die Zeit es erlaubt,
    3. Wenn genügende Zeit vorhanden ist,
      1. Wenn es die Zeit erlaubt, besuche ich das Museum.
      2. If time permits, I’ll visit the museum.
    4. 시간이 되면
      1. 시간이 되면 전화할게요.
      2. When the time allows, I’ll call you.
  6. Get in touch with
    1. Mit jemandem Kontakt aufnehmen
      1. Nehmen Sie Kontakt mit dem Anbieter auf und klären Sie mit ihm alle Ihre Fragen.
      2. Get in touch with the supplier and discuss all issues directly with him/her.
    2. …와 연락[접촉]하다
      1. 그는 옛 친구와 연락을 취하기를 원했다
      2. He wanted to get in touch with his old friends.
  7. get too close to ~
    1. ~에게 너무 가까이 가다
      1. Don’t get too close to me.
      2. 저한테 너무 가까이 오지 마세요.
    2. Zu nahe kommen an
      1. Kommen Sie nicht zu nah, an seine Augen.
      2. Don’t get too close to its eyes.
  8. That’s a relief to ~.
    1. ~해서 다행이야.
      1. 그 말 들으니 다행이네.
      2. That’s a relief to hear.
    2. ~ ist eine Erleichterung
      1. Es ist eine Erleichterung ein freundliches Gesicht zu sehen.
      2. It is a relief just seeing a friendly face.
  9. I can’t stop thinking about
    1. ~ 생각뿐이다
    2. 자꾸 생각나
    3. 계속해서 생각이 나요
    4. 에 대해 생각하지 않을 수 없었다.
    5. 에 대한 생각을 멈출 수 없습니다
      1. 한국으로 돌아오는 길에, 난 인도에서 보냈던 10일간의 멋진 시간들에 대해 생각하지 않을 수 없었다.
      2. On the way back to Korea, I could not help thinking about the 10 wonderful days I spent in India.
    6. Ich kann nicht aufhören, daran zu denken.
    7. Ich muss ständig an  ~denken
    8. Ich denke trotzdem immer an ~
    9. Mir will nicht aus dem Kopf, ~
    10. ~ geht mir nicht aus dem Kopf.
      1. Ich kann nicht aufhören, daran zu denken, was sie mir angetan haben.
      2. I can’t stop thinking about what they did to me.
  10. stop by (something)
    1. (~에) 잠시 들르다
      1. 제 사무실에 잠깐 들를 수 있을까요?
      2. Would you stop by my office for a few minutes?
    2. Vorbeikommen
      1. Ich hatte gehofft, daß du vorbeikommen würdest.
      2. was hoping you would stop by.
  11. Make me feel bad
    1. 에 대해 기분이 나쁘다
      1. I feel poorly about what he did to me.
      2. 이유 없이 기분이 나쁜 것 같아.
      3. I don’t think there is a reason.
    2. Sich schlecht fühlen lassen
    3. Wegen jemanden sich schlecht fühlen
      1. Ich fühle mich schlecht für alle, die diese Handlung zu folgen hat.
      2. I feel bad for anyone who has to follow that act.
  12. Anymore, any longer
    1. 더 이상
      1. 그는 더 이상 날 사랑하지 않을꺼야.
      2. He probably does not love me any longer.
    2. Nicht mehr, nicht länger
      1. Ich kann mir das Lachen nicht länger verkneifen.
      2. I can’t hold back my laughter any longer.
  13. Everybody
    1. 사람마다
      1. 사람마다 얼마간의 생각 차이는 있게 마련이다
      2. It’s normal for each person to think somewhat differently.
    2. Alle / Jeder
      1. Jeder an der Schule weiß, wie du heißt.
      2. Everybody in school knows your name
  14. To your heart’s content / as you please
    1. 마음껏
      1. 음료는 오늘 공짜이니 마음껏 즐겨라
      2. The drinks are on the house tonight, so enjoy yourself.
    2. Wie es dir gefällt
    3. Wie Sie wollen
      1. Sie kommen und gehen, wie Sie wollen.
      2. You come and go as you please.
  15. Guarantee
    1. 보장하다
      1. 긍정적인 태도는 항상 성공을 보장한다.
      2. A positive attitude always guarantees success.
      3. 당신께 진실을 말하고 있다고 보장합니다.
      4. I assure you that I’m telling you the truth.
    2. Garantieren
    3. Gewährleisten
      1. Wir können gewährleisten, dass jedermann Qualifikationen erwirbt.
      2. We can guarantee skills for everybody.
  16. Economically
    1. 경제적으로
      1. 저는 어떻게 그걸 경제적으로 제작할 것이냐를 해결하기만 하면 됩니다.
      2. I just need to figure out how to do it economically.
    2. Wirtschaftlich
      1. Wirtschaftlich erzeugen sie die Hälfte der Weltproduktion.
      2. Economically, they produce half the world’s products.
  17. I just need to
    1. ~ 하면 됩니다
    2. ~만 V+ 면 됩니다
      1. 수건 하나만 싸면 돼요.
      2. I just need to pack a towel.
    3. Ich muss nur
      1. Ich muss nur einen Anruf machen.
      2. I just need to make a call
  18. Everyone’s
    1. Jedermanns
      1. Das ist sicherlich in jedermanns Interesse.
      2. That surely is in everyone’s interests.
  19. Upset
    1. 속상하다
      1. 때로는 이런 사소한 일 때문에 속상하다
      2. Such trifles occasionally ruffle my temper.
    2. Aufgebracht sein, sauer sein
      1. Der Mann, der eine Geige bei sich trug, schien aufgebracht zu sein.
      2. The man carrying a violin seemed upset.
      3. Ich bin sauer, weil du emotional bist.
      4. I’m upset because you have feelings.
  20. make fun of; tease
    1. 놀리다
      1. 나를 놀리는 것은 그만두게! 불쾌하단 말이야.
      2. Stop poking fun at me! It’s not nice.
    2. Sich über etwas lustig machen
      1. Christian, Du machst Dich immer über Amerikaner lustig.
      2. Christian, you’re always making fun of Americans.
  21. Call someone by their nickname
    1. 별명을 부르다
      1. 사람들은 나를 별명으로 부른다.
      2. People call me by my nickname.
    2. Jemanden mit Spitznamen anreden
      1. Er redet keinen mit Spitznamen an.
      2. Never calls anybody by their nickname.
  22. I can only ~
    1. 만 할 수 있을 뿐이다.
      1. 난 이들 범죄자들에게는 혐오감만 느껴질 뿐이다.
      2. I can only feel disgust for these criminals.
    2. Ich kann nur
      1. Ich kann nur annehmen, dass Sie übermüdet sind.
      2. I can only suppose you are over-tired.
  23. Respect
    1. 를 존중하다
      1. 나는 그의 말은 무엇이나 매우 존중하다.
      2. I pay deep regard to all he says.
  24. By doing so / That way ..
    1. 그래야
    2. 그렇게 함으로써
    3. 그렇게
      1. 그래야 그 고기는 먹기에 안전하다
      2. That way the meat is safer to eat.
  25. Violate human right
    1. 인권이 침해하다
      1. 이주 노동자들이 기본적인 인권을 침해한 데 대해 중소기업 중앙회를 고소한 것은 이번이 처음이다.
      2. It is the first time immigrant workers sued KBIZ for violating basic human rights.
    2. Menschenrechtsverletzungen
      1. In Kenia werden derzeit gravierende Menschenrechtsverletzungen begangen.
      2. Severe human rights violations are currently taking place in Kenya.
  26. World War II
    1. 2차 세계 대전
      1. 4년이 넘도록 2차 세계 대전은 계속되고 있었다.
      2. World War II had been raging for more than four years.
    2. Zweite Weltkrieg
      1. Der Zweite Weltkrieg ist somit endgültig vorbei.
      2. The Second World War has thus been brought to a definitive end.
  27. come to realize that
    1. ~을 깨닫게 되다
      1. 넌 인생이 흥망성쇠로 가득차 있다는 것을 실감하게 될 거야.
      2. You come to realize that life is full of ups and downs.
    2. Klar werden, dass
      1. Unternehmen, die ihre Geschäftstätigkeiten auf Japan ausweiten möchten, ist rasch klar geworden, dass Globalisierung nicht so einfach ist.
      2. Firms hoping to compete in Japan have come to realize that the path to globalization is not a simple one.
  28. Announced
    1. 발표하다
      1. 선생님이 내주 월요일에 시험을 본다고 우리에게 발표하셨다.
      2. Our teacher has notified us that there will be a test next Monday.
    2. Angekündigt
      1. Scharon hat indes den Bau neuer Siedlungen angekündigt.
      2. However, Sharon has indicated he would like to build new settlements.
  29. emphasize; stress
    1. …을 강조하다[…에 역점을 두다]
      1. to put/lay/place emphasis on sth
        1. 그는 최소한의 육류를 먹었으며 채소 중요성을 강조했다.
        2. He ate less meat and placed importance on vegetables.
    2. Betonen
      1. Betonen Sie die Tatsache, dass Dell dank STI bei guten Ergebnissen Gehälter über dem Markt zahlen kann.
      2. Emphasize the fact that STI allows Dell to pay above market when results are good