Korean and German Phrases | Third Week of October ( 2017)

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  1. Should have
    1. 어야 했다
      1. 기차 시간에 늦지 않으려면 서둘러야 해요.
    2. Hätten v sollen
      1. Ich hätte schon früher eine Untersuchung beginnen sollen.
      2. I should have started investigating sooner.
  2. get a ride to ~
    1. ~까지 차를 얻어 타고 가다
      1. 역까지 좀 얻어 타고 갈 수 있을까요?
      2. May I get a ride to the station?
    2. Jemanden fahren
    3. Sich zu mitnehmen
      1. Könnten Sie mich mitnehmen nach Saigon?
      2. Can I get a ride to Saigon with you?
  3. happen to ~
    1. ~에게 일어나다
      1. 너한테 그런 일이 일어났어?
      2. Did it happen to you?
      3. 왜 오늘은 나한테 계속 나쁜 일이 생기는 거지?
      4. Why do bad things keep happening to me today?
    2. Passieren
      1. Ich verspreche, ihnen wird nichts passieren.
      2. I promise, nothing will happen to them.
  4. drop ~ off
    1. ~를 내려 주다
      1. 여기서 좀 내려 줄래?
      2. Can you drop me off here?
    2. Sich bringen zu
      1. Bringen Sie mich zum Hotel Marquis.
      2. Drop off at the Marquis Hotel.
  5. give (somebody) a ride
    1. (…를) 태워 주다.
    2. mich fahren zu
    3. Mich nehmen zu
    4. Hin bringen mit
      1. Ich habe gerade Zambranos Leben in Gefahr gebracht, also müssen Sie mich fahren.
      2. I just put Zambrano’s life in danger, so I need you to give me a ride.
  6. Glance through / skim / scan
    1. 훑어보다 [훌터보다]
      1. 일단 룰을 한번 빠르게 훑어보고 가죠.
      2. Let’s briefly go over the game rules.
    2. Für jedes Datum wird eine neue Gruppe verwendet, sodass Sie den Bericht überfliegen können, um die Datensätze für ein bestimmtes Datum schnell zu finden.
    3. A new group is started for each date, so you can skim the report to quickly find the records for a particular date.
  7. Intriguing
    1. Faszinierend
      1. Wenigstens haben wir einen Fall, der faszinierend aussieht.
      2. At least we have one case that looks intriguing
    2. 재미있다
    3. 매력있다
    4. 흥미롭다
      1. 그는 그녀가 아주 흥미로웠다.
      2. He found her intriguing.

 

  1. Relate to something
    1. ~와 관련되다; ~에 대해 언급하다
    2. ~을 이해하다[~에 공감하다]
      1. 그 문제가 우리의 특정한 사례와 관련이 있으므로 우리가 그것에 대해 논의를 할 것이다.
      2. We shall discuss the problem as it relates to our specific case
    3. Jemanden betreffen
      1. Mein letzter Punkt betrifft etwas, das ganz deutlich gesagt werden sollte.
        My final point relates to something that should be stated quite plainly.
  2. Courting
    1. 연애중
      1. 그 당시에 그들은 수년째 연애 중이었다.
      2. At that time they had been courting for several years.
    2. Umwerben / den Hof macht
      1. Wenn Ihre Mutter und ich waren umwerben, Früher haben wir lange Spaziergänge im Park.
      2. When your mother and I were courting, we used to take long walks in the park.
      3. Man wird denken, er macht ihr den Hof.
      4. People will think they are courting.
  3. date; pay court to
    1. 연애하다
      1. 나랑 연애할래?
      2. Will you go out with me?
    2. Jemanden daten / mit jemandem zusammen sein
      1. Ich wusste, dass Jules letztlich jemanden daten würde, den sie gern hat.
      2. I knew Jules would eventually date someone she cared about.
  4. married life, marital life
    1. 결혼 생활
      1. 나의 결혼 생활은 2년전에 깨어졌어요.
      2. My marriage broke up two years ago.
    2. Die Ehe
      1. Doch hier ist ein Bericht über Liebe in der Ehe, gegen das Schicksal kämpfend.
      2. But this is a record of marital love, fought against their fate.
  5. Pregnancy
    1. 임신
      1. 그녀는 첫아이를 임신하였다
      2. She is expecting her first child.
    2. Die Schwangerschaft
      1. Immuntest und Reagenzien zum Nachweis von durch Schwangerschaft hervorgerufenem Bluthochdruck und Eklampsie.
      2. Pregnancy induced hypertension and eclampsia immunossay and reagents.
    3. 임신 중에
    4. during pregnancy
      1. 그녀는 임신 중에 살이 많이 붙었다
      2. While she was pregnant, she gained a lot of weight.
    5. während der Schwangerschaft / in der Schwangerschaft
      1. Die Gabe von Adalimumab während der Schwangerschaft wird nicht empfohlen.
      2. Administration of adalimumab is not recommended during pregnancy.
    6. 임신시키다
    7. Get a woman pregnant
      1. 나는 결혼 전에 그녀를 임신시켜 버렸어요.
      2. I knocked her up before the marriage.
    8. eine Frau geschwängert haben
      1. Ich dachte, weil du eine andere Frau geschwängert hast.
      2. I thought it was because you got another woman pregnant.
    9. 임신한 여자
    10. Pregnant woman
      1. 그 남자는 임신한 여자친구와 결혼했다
      2. He got married to his pregnant girlfriend.
    11. Die schwangere Frau
      1. LaBelle ermahnte die schwangere Frau wütend.
      2. LaBelle angrily admonished the pregnant woman.
    12. 임신진단시약
    13. Pregnancy test
    14. 임신되다
    15. To become pregnant
    16. schwanger werden
  6. senior; veteran
    1. 선배
      1. 후배가 선배를 왜 바래다 줘야 해?
      2. Why should the junior walk the senior home?
  7. give birth; deliver
    1. 낳다
      1. 얘네들이 새끼를 낳고 계속 낳다보니까 키우게 된 거에요.
      2. and we ended up taking care of them because they had more kids.
    2. Gebären / zur Welt bringen
      1. Der Heilige Vater wird ein Kind gebären.
      2. Our Holy Father will give birth to a child.
      3. In ein paar Monaten wird eure Mutter zwei Kinder und einen Hund zur Welt bringen.
      4. Soon, your mother will give birth to two children and a dog.
  8. After; since
    1. V + 고나서부터
      1. 은퇴하고 나서부터 내내 이 일을 계속해 오고 있다.
      2. I’ve been doing this work (ever) since I retired.
    2. Seitdem, Seit
      1. Seitdem hat er mit ihr kein Wort gesprochen.
      2. Hasn’t spoken to her since.
  9. new marriage; being newly-married
    1. 신혼
      1. 우린 신혼부부 같고, 항상 데이트하는 것 같아요.
      2. We feel like we’re newlyweds and on a date all the time.
    2. frisch verheiratet
      1. Wir waren frisch verheiratet, spielten und lachten viel miteinander.
      2. We were newly-married. We played and laughed.
    3. 신혼여행
    4. Honeymoon
      1. 우리는 신혼여행에서 정말 행복한 시간을 보냈어요.
      2. We had such a blissful time on our honeymoon.
      3. 신혼여행을 가다
      4. go (off) on a honeymoon
    5. Die Flitterwochen
      1. Ich will nur, dass unsere Flitterwochen perfekt werden.
      2. I just want that our Honeymoon to be perfect.
    6. 신혼부부
    7. Newly weds
      1. 대부분의 신혼부부들이 어디로 갑니까?
      2. Where do most newlyweds go?
    8. das junge Ehepaar / Honeymooner / das frische Pärchen
      1. Ein Apartment für das junge Ehepaar kostenlos?
      2. Apartment suite for newly weds for free?
    9. 전 신혼이에요.
    10. I’m a newlywed.
  10. lovey dovey
    1. 알콩달콩
    2. Die Verliebten gespielt haben
      1. Sie haben so sehr die Verliebten gespielt, dass alle Dienstmädchen gekündigt haben.
      2. They were so lovey-dovey the maids all quit.
  11. be awakened
    1. 눈뜨다
  12. way; means
    1. 방식
      1. 전 똑같은 방식으로 화장해요
      2. I put my makeup on the same way.
      3. 그의 사고 방식은 우리와는 다르다.
      4. His way of thinking is different than ours.
  13. child; kid
      1. 그 앤 새로온 애랑 친해지고 싶지 않았다
      2. He didn’t want to become friends with the new boy
  14. Heavy ; great weight
    1. 천근만근
      1. 몸이 천근만근이다
      2. My body feels heavy and sluggish.
    2. Schwer
      1. Schwer an einem Ende, leicht am anderen.
      2. Heavy on one end, light on the other.
  15. useless talk; idle talk; nitpicking; preaching; scolding
    1. 잔소리
      1. 잔소리를 하고 싶지는 않아요.
      2. I didn’t want to say anything.
    2. Geschwätz
      1. Jetzt ist keine Zeit für Geschwätz.
      2. Now is not the hour for idle talk.
  16. lifelike feeling; actual feeling
    1. 실감
      1. 나는 아직 내가 대학생이란 걸 실감하지 못하겠다
      2. I don’t yet really feel that I am a college student.
    2. wirkliche / tatsächliche Gefühle
      1. Es sind sechs Monate gewesen, er hat wirkliche Gefühle für sie entwickelt, er bläst die Suche ab.
      2. It’s been six months, he’s developed actual feelings for her, he calls the search off.
  17. early stage; initial phase
    1. 초반
      1. 초반에 말하고자 하는 핵심을 분명히 해주는 게 좋아.
      2. Please try to bring your major point into focus earlier.
    2. Die Anfangsphase
      1. Prüfung etwaiger besonderer Bedürfnisse in der Anfangsphase der Errichtung der Infrastrukturen für alternative Kraftstoffe.
      2. Consideration of any particular needs during the initial phase of the deployment of alternative fuels infrastructures.
  18. entire life
    1. 평생
      1. 결혼 서약은 평생 유효한 것으로 간주된다
      2. A marriage agreement is considered binding for life.
    2. ganzes Leben / gesamtes Leben
      1. Dein ganzes Leben war meine Schuld, Torild.
      2. Your entire life was my fault.
  19. Even then
    1. 그때만 해도
      1. 그때만 해도 러셀이 주연을 맡게 될 줄은 몰랐죠.
      2. At that point, I didn’t know if it was going to be Russell.
    2. Selbst dann / Schon damals /  Auch dann
      1. Selbst dann werden sie noch über 50 Jahre lang hochgradig radioaktiv sein.
      2. Even then, they will still be highly radioactive for more than 50 years.
  20. Supposing
    1. 설사
      1. 설사 지나간다 하더라도 그 집에 들를 가능성이 별로 없을 겁니다.
      2. Even if you did stroll past, you’d be unlikely to stop.
    2. Angenommen / Nehmen wir an
      1. Angenommen, einer gäbe sich als dich aus.
      2. Supposing someone pretended to be you
  21. one’s husband’s home
    1. 시댁
      1. 우리 시댁 식구들하고 주말을 보내야만 했어요.
      2. I had to spend my weekend with my in-laws.
  22. have confidence
    1. 자신하다
      1. 그는 언제나 자신의 체력을 자신했다
      2. He was always self-assured about his physical strength.
    2. Vertrauen auf ~
      1. Vertrauen Sie einfach auf das Management.
      2. Just have confidence in the management
  23. burst out ②explode; spread ③break out
    1. 폭발하다
  24. being in a fit of anger
    1. 홧김
  25. rush out; leap out ②rush out of; leap out of
    1. 뛰쳐나가다
  26. serious; grave
    1. 심각하다
  27. as if
    1. 마치
    2. als ob / als wäre / als hätte
  28. I would like to address ~
    1. ansprechen möchte / möchte auf Details eingehen / auf etwas eingehen
      1. Der andere Aspekt, den ich ansprechen möchte, ist das Verhältnis zum internationalen Privatrecht.
      2. The other point that I would like to address is how this relates to international civil law.
      3. Ich möchte auf ein Detail eingehen.
      4. I would like to address one detail.
  29. Sitcom
    1. 시트콤
  30. Nothing to be sensitive about
    1. 별것 아닌 일
      1. 별것 아닌 일에 뭘 그렇게 민감하게 반응하세요?
      2. Don’t be so sensitive over nothing.
    2. Sensibel gegenüber etwas sein
      1. Sensibel gegenüber einheimischen und ausländischen Kunden zu sein.
      2. To be sensitive about internal and external customer requirements.
  31. each other; one another
    1. 서로
      1. 정말 서로 다치게 했니?
      2. Did they really harm each other?
    2. Voneinander / einander
      1. Wir müssen einander lieben lernen, einander annehmen.
      2. We need to learn to love one another, embrace one another.
  32. useless, pointless, idle
    1. 괜한
      1. 괜한 일에 시간 낭비하지 마라
      2. Stop wasting your time on such a pointless pursuit.
    2. Sinnlos / zwecklos /nutzlos
      1. Er glaubt, dass seine Arbeit sinnlos ist.
      2. He thinks his job is pointless.
  33. fret ②show temper
    1. 짜증을 내다[짜증이 나다]
      1. 짜증을 내면 더 많은 문제가 생기고 더욱 화가 납니다.
      2. It will create more problems and make you angrier.
    2. Nicht ärgern, sie sind neu.
    3. Don’t fret, you’re new.
  34. Valuable
    1. 소중하다
      1. 난 돈보다 시간이 더 소중하다
      2. I consider time more important than money.
    2. Wertvoll
      1. Magister, sie ist … wertvoll.
      2. Magister, she is… Valuable.
  35. Regrettable
    1. 아깝다
      1. 그렇게 어린 나이에 세상을 뜨다니 너무 아깝다
      2. He died at such a young age. What a pity[loss]!
    2. Es ist bedauerlich, dass die Durchführung dieser Kampagnen aufgeschoben wurde.
    3. It is regrettable that the realisation of these campaigns has been delayed.
  36. ①detonate ②explode
    1. 폭발시키다
      1. 진짜로 폭발시켰어. – 진짜로?
      2. I literally bombed them. – Really?
  37. being physical
    1. 육체적
  38. the least; the fewest; minimum
    1. 최소
      1. 최소형 디지털 카메라가 곧 시판될 것이다.
      2. The smallest digital camera will come into the market soon.
    2. das Mindeste / die geringste + N
      1. Schien das Mindeste zu sein, was wir tun konnten.
      2. Seemed the least we could do.
  39. Parents-in-law
    1. 시부모
      1. 그녀는 시부모를 지성껏 모셨다
      2. She served her husband’s parents with devotion.
    2. Schwiegereltern
      1. Auch mit den eleganten Schwiegereltern (Uwe Friedrichsen, Peggy Lukac) läuft nicht alles so, wie es laufen sollte.
      2. And things don’t go as smoothly with his elegant parents-in-law (Uwe Friedrichsen and Peggy Lukac) as anticipated.
  40. comfortable; being at ease
    1. 편안하다
      1. 이 새 침대는 아주 편안하다
      2. This new bed is as comfortable as an old shoe.
    2. Komfortabel
      1. Ich hoffe nur, es ist nicht zu komfortabel.
      2. I just hope it’s not too comfortable
  41. soundly; wholly ②perfectly; absolutely
    1. 온전히
      1. 그는 온전히 하루를 글을 쓰면서 보냈다
      2. He spent the whole day writing.
    2. tief und fest
      1. Tom schlief tief und fest auf dem Sofa.
      2. Tom was sleeping soundly on the couch
  42. thirst ② unfulfilled desire
    1. 갈증
      1. 물만으로는 테니스 치고 난 후의 갈증이 풀리지가 않네요.
      2. Water doesn’t quench my thirst after playing tennis
    2. unerfüllter Wunsch
      1. Es ist mehr als eine unvollendete Situation, etwas mehr als ein unerfüllter Wunsch,
      2. It is more than an unfinished situation, something more than an unfulfilled desire, ..
  43. take out; empty ②confide; confess
    1. 털어놓다
      1. 그녀의 생활비밀을 다소 그에게 털어놓다
      2. trust him with some of the secrets of her life
    2. jdm etw anvertrauen
      1. You can confide in me now.
      2. Du kannst dich mir jetzt anvertrauen.
  44. console; comfort
    1. 위로하다
      1. 그렇게 생각하며 스스로를 위로하다
      2. comfort oneself with the thought
    2. Jemanden trösten
      1. Es ist leicht, einen anderen zu trösten.
      2. It’s easy to console another.
  45. go through a hardship; have difficulty
    1. 고생하다
      1. 고생했어요! 고생했어!
      2. You worked so hard!
  46. being around
    1. 주변
      1. 사람들이 닭들 주변에 서있다
      2. People are standing near the chickens.
  47. Immature
    1. 철없다
      1. 철없는 아이이니 눌러보고 용서하십시오
      2. Kindly forgive him since he is just a boy with little sense.
    2. Unreif / kindisch
      1. Weil er unreif und egoistisch ist.
      2. Because he’s immature and selfish.
  48. winning spirit
    1. 승리 정신
  49. Overcome
    1. 극복하다
      1. 모든 어려움을 극복하다.
      2. overcome every difficulty
    2. Überwinden / bewältigen
      1. Überwinden Sie die Herausforderungen des Datenwachstums, ohne dass es im Unternehmen zu Ausfallzeiten kommt.
      2. Overcome data growth without disrupting your business.
  50. Ranking
    1. 순위
  51. job; work ②role; part ③situation; circumstances
    1. 노릇
      1. 선생 노릇은 어쩐지 너에게 어울리지 않는다
      2. Your being a teacher doesn’t seem right to me somehow.
      3. 나는 한동안 도서관에서 그녀의 조수 노릇을 했다.
      4. I was her assistant in the library for a time.
  52. Daughter-in-law
    1. 며느리
      1. 그 애는 작년에 우리 며느리가 되었다.
      2. She became our daughter-in-law last year.
    2. Die Schwiegertochter
      1. Ich möchte in Ruhe mit meiner Schwiegertochter reden.
      2. I want to talk to my daughter-in-law alone.
  53. find fault with; criticize
    1. 타박하다
      1. 그는 약속 시간에 늦어서 그녀에게 타박을 받았다
      2. He was told off by her for being late.
    2. Suchen einen Fehler bei ~ /  etwas dagegen einwenden
      1. – Du suchst den Fehler bei ihr?
      2. And you find fault with her?
  54. solution; answer; fix
    1. 해결책
      1. 그 능력 있는 대통령은 간단하면서도 효과적인 해결책을 고안했다.
      2. The able President devised simple but effective solutions.
    2. Die Lösung
      1. Das Verfahren wird so oft wiederholt, bis die Lösung farblos geworden ist.
      2. Repeat this procedure until a colourless solution is obtained
  55. silently; quietly
    1. 묵묵히
      1. 내가 이야기하는 동안 그는 묵묵히 서 있었다
      2. He stood perfectly mute while I talked to him.
    2. Leise / schweigend
      1. Ihre Organisation schlägt leise, aber mit tödlicher Wirkung zu.
      2. Their organisation strikes silently but with lethal impact
  56. prepare; arrange ②figure out
    1. 마련하다
      1. 그래서 밖에 자리를 마련하다보니까 – 자리가 없어.
      2. As we arranged a table outside, – There is no seat inside
    2. Vorbereiten
      1. Die europäische Landwirtschaft wird sich auf den Klimawandel vorbereiten und an ihn anpassen müssen.
      2. European farming must prepare for climate change and adapt.
  57. married couple
    1. 부부
      1. 집을 사려고 그 부부는 열심히 재산을 모았다.
      2. The couple pushed their fortunes to buy a house.
    2. Also, das hört sich doch nach einem richtigen Ehepaar an.
    3. Now that felt like a real married couple.
  58. territory; domain
    1. 영역
      1. 보조 영역에 주소가 필요합니다.
      2. The secondary zone requires an address
    2. Das Gebiet
      1. Das hier ist eine risikoreiche verdeckte Operation in einem unbeständigen Gebiet.
      2. This is a high-risk covert op in unstable territory.
  59. Available
    1. 이용할 수 있는, 시간 낼 수 있는
      1. Are these pants available in my size?
      2. 이 바지 제 사이즈로 있어요?
      3. Are you available for dinner tomorrow night?
      4. 내일 저녁에 저녁 식사할 수 있어요?
    2. Verfügbar sein
      1. Die anderen Daten sollten eingegeben werden, soweit sie verfügbar sind.
      2. The other data should be provided if available.
    3. Feel free to ~
      1. 편하게 ~하세요.
        1. Feel free to call me
        2. 편하게 전화 주세요.
      2. Fühlen Sie sich frei zu
      3. herzlich eingeladen sein
        1. Wenn Sie weitere Informationen brauchen, fühlen Sie sich frei mich zu kontaktieren.
        2. Feel free to contact me for more details.
  60. Do you mind if ~
    1. …해도 될까요?
      1. 담배를 피워도 될까요? ━네, 걱정 말고 피우세요.
      2. Mind [Do you mind] if I smoke? ━ No, I don’t mind a bit.
      3. 잠깐 한국어로 이야기해도 될까요?
      4. Do you mind if I speak in Korean for a moment?
    2. Stört es Sie, wenn
      1. Stört es dich, wenn ich mal einen Blick riskieren.
      2. Do you mind if I take a look.