Korean and German Language Learning | Long list today!

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  1. It is embarrassing
    1. 부끄럽다
    2. 당황스럽긴하다
      1. 사람들 앞에서 실수를 하는 것은 당황스러운 일이다.
      2. It is embarrassing to make a mistake in front of people.
    3. Es ist beschämend
    4. es ist peinlich.
    5. Das ist unangenehm
      1. Es ist beschämend, dass wir über derartige Summen diskutieren müssen.
      2. It is embarrassing to have to discuss sums of this nature.
  2. Challenging
    1. Anspruchsvoll
      1. Das Quiz war anspruchsvoll, aber fair.
      2. The quiz was challenging but fair.
    2. Herausfordernd
      1. Diese Fragen sind sowohl herausfordernd als auch unbequem.
      2. These questions are both challenging and uncomfortable.
    3. ①도전적인, 도전 의식을 북돋우는 ②저항하는
      1. 새 일이 어렵기는 하지만 아주 도전적이에요.
      2. My new job is difficult but really challenging.
  3. Housing
    1. Wohnraum
      1. Der farbenfrohe Wohnraum bietet Platz für viele Gäste.
      2. The colourful living room offers room enough for a number of guests.
    2. ①주택 ②주택 공급
      1. 가난한 사람들을 위해 보다 많은 주택이 필요하다.
      2. We need more housing for the needy.
  4. Holiday flats
    1. Ferienwohnungen
      1. Diese Ferienregion verfügt über viele Hotels und Ferienwohnungen aller Kategorien.
      2. There is a large number of hotels and holiday flats of all categories in this region.
    2. 명절을 위해 집
    3. 휴일을 위해 집
      1. 우리는 크리스마스 명절을 위해 집을 장식했다
      2. We decorated our house for the holidays.
  5. I intended on
    1. Mein Absicht war
    2. Ich hatte es vor …
    3. Ich hatte die Absicht …
    4. Ich habe es beabsichtigt ..
      1. Sieh mal, ich hatte niemals vor, Teil eures Lebens zu werden.
      2. Look, I never intended on becoming part of your lives.
    5. 려고 합니다
      1. 여기에서 일하는 것은 큰 기쁨이고, 저는 한국에서 20년 더 가르치려고 합니다.
      2. It has been a great joy working here, and I intend on teaching 20 more years in Korea.
  6. first and foremost
    1. vor allem
    2. Zuallererst
      1. Das Problem ist vor allem politischer Natur.
      2. This problem is first and foremost a political problem.
  7. get a cold
    1. 감기에 걸리다
    2. 감기가 들다.
    3. sich erkälten
      1. What? What is the first thing you do when you get a cold?
      2. Was machen Sie als Erstes, wenn Sie sich erkälten?
  8. translate literally
    1. 직역하다
      1. 직역이 반드시 원본에 가장 가까운 것은 아니에요.
      2. A literal translation is not always the closest to the original.
    2. wörtlich übersetzt
      1. Wir wissen, dass es schwierig ist, aber bitte übersetze nicht wortwörtlich!
      2. We know it’s difficult, but please don’t translate literally.
  9. Sleeping habit
    1. 잠 버릇이
      1. 저는 나쁜 잠 버릇이 있어요
      2. I have a bad sleeping habit.
    2. Schlafgewohnheiten
      1. Your sleeping habits are of grave concern to the man in the trailer.
      2. Deine Schlafgewohnheiten besorgen den Mann im Trailer aufs äußerste.
  10. Weather Forecast
    1. 일기 예보, 기상 통보
      1. 요즘 기상예보는 믿을 수가 없어요.
      2. The weather forecast has been unreliable these days.
    2. Wettervorhersage
      1. Geben Sie eine Stadt für die Wettervorhersage.
      2. Enter a city for the weather forecast.
  11. To be safe
    1. 안전하다
      1. 이곳은 절대로 안전하다.
      2. This place is as safe as Fort Knox.
    2. Sicher sein
      1. Stellen Sie das Element nur wieder her, wenn Sie genau wissen, dass es sicher ist.
      2. Do not restore the item unless you are sure it is safe.
  12. Experiments
    1. 실험
      1. 우리는 매주 화학 시간에 실험을 한다
      2. We do experiments in chemistry class each week.
    2. Experimente
      1. Ruk ist dazu programmiert, meine Experimente zu schützen.
      2. Ruk was programmed to protect my experiments.
  13. Actually
    1. ①실제로, 정말로, 실지로 ②사실은
      1. What did she actually say?
      2. 그녀가 정말 뭐라고 했니?
    2. Tatsächlich
    3. Eigentlich
    4. Wirklich
      1. Bonnie told me how the stone actually works.
      2. Bonnie hat mir erzählt, wie der Stein wirklich funktioniert.
  14. To be surprised
    1. 놀란, 놀라는
      1. 내가 당신을 못 알아본 척 해도 놀라지 말아요.
      2. Don’t be surprised if I pretend not to recognise you.
    2. Überrascht sein
    3. Erstaunt sein
      1. Ich war überrascht, als man mich wollte.
      2. I was surprised when they called
  15. Advanced
    1. ①선진의 ②고급의
      1. 즉, 해당 활동보다 고급의 활동을 완료하여 활동을 “통과”할 수 있습니다.
      2. In other words, you “place out” of an activity by successfully completing a more advanced activity.
    2. Erweitert sein
      1. Tippen Sie auf die Schaltfläche Erweitert , um diese Informationen einzugeben.
      2. To input this information tap on the Advanced button.
  16. Need assistance
    1. 도움이 필요하다
      1. 도움이 필요할 경우 도움말 버튼을 찾아 사용하십시오
      2. Locate this Help button and use it if you need assistance.
    2. Hilfe benötigen,
    3. Unterstützung benötigen
      1. Mit dieser Politik stellt die EU ihr Engagement gegenüber Menschen in Ländern, die Hilfe benötigen, unter Beweis.
      2. The EU’s humanitarian policy shows its commitment to the people of countries that need assistance.
  17. Industrialize
    1. 산업화하다
      1. 그 나라의 남부 지역은 산업화가 느렸다.
      2. The southern part of the country was slow to industrialize.
    2. Industrialisieren
      1. Die Urbanisierung und Industrialisierung begannen gerade damals in Brasilien und ich lernte die Politik kennen.
      2. There I learned different things. Brazil was starting to urbanize, industrialize, and I knew the politics.
  18. i have experienced
    1. (지식과 기능을 쌓게 되는) 경험, (어떤 일을 실제로 겪거나 당한) 경험, (개인적으로 영향을 주는) 일, 체험, 경험
      1. 나는 인종 차별을 체험해 본 적이 있다.
      2. I have experienced racial discrimination.
    2. Die Erfahrung machen
    3. Etwas erlebt
    4. Mit eigenen Augen gesehen/sehen
      1. Diese Erfahrung habe ich in diesem Hause gemacht, bei unseren interinstitutionellen Beratungen und bei meiner Teilnahme an der Konferenz der Präsidenten des Parlaments.
      2. I have experienced this in this House, at our interinstitutional summits and at my meetings with the Conference of Presidents of the European Parliament.
  19. the day[year] after tomorrow[next]
    1. 모레[내후년].
      1. 내일이나 모레는 어때요?
      2. How about tomorrow or the next day?
    2. Übermorgen
      1. Er wird übermorgen zurücksein, mein Herr.
      2. He’ll be back the day after tomorrow, sir.
  20. I had difficulties
    1. 어려움이 있었습니다
      1. 서비스를 설정하고 실행하는 데 어려움이 있었습니다.
      2. I had difficulties in setting up the service and getting it to work.
    2. Ich hatte Schwierigkeiten mit / bei
      1. Ich hatte Schwierigkeiten mit dem Sprechen an diesem Tag.
      2. On this day I had difficulties with speaking.
  21. Take your time
    1. (서두르지 않고) 천천히 하다
      1. 서두를 필요 없으니 천천히 하세요.  TTS 발음듣기
      2. There’s no hurry. Take your time.
    2. Nehmen Sie sich Zeit
      1. Take your time to follow our exact route in, over.
      2. Nehmen sie sich Zeit, um unsere genaue Route zurück zu verfolgen, kommen.

 

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