1. original work; original
    1. 원작
      1. 그 영화는 원작에 충실하다
      2. The film is true[faithful] to the original (work).
    2. Das Originalwerk
    3. Die ursprüngliche Arbeit
      1. Deine ursprüngliche Arbeit muss außergewöhnlich sein.
      2. Your original work must be extraordinary.
  2. Couple
    1. 연인
      1. 이 영화는 불운한 연인들의 사랑을 다룬 것입니다.
      2. his movie is about love of star-crossed lovers.
    2. Das Pärchen
      1. Wir sehen ja echt aus wie ein richtiges Pärchen.
      2. We actually look like a real couple.
  3. drastic, exquisite
    1. 격렬한
      1. 그는 격렬한 감정을 억눌렀다.
      2. He controlled himself the violence of his feelings.
  4. opposite; contrary
    1. 반대
      1. 그 편지를 읽고 그는 그 계획에 반대하기로 결정했다.
      2. The letter determined him against the plan.
    2. Gegen sein, widersprechen
      1. Das ist gegen die Bestimmungen, wie Sie wissen.
      2. It is against regulations, you know.
  5. ①be bumped into; be run against ②be run against
    1. 부딪히다
      1. 두 사람이 서로 부딪힌다
      2. Two people are walking into each other.
      3. 저는 심각한 문제에 부딪혀 있습니다.
      4. I am facing a serious problem.
  6. On this; Over this
    1. 이에 대한
      1. 이에 대한 조치를 취해야 한다.
      2. Something must be done about it.
  7. Excessive
    1. 심하다
      1. 너 좀 과장이 심하다.
      2. I think you are over-exaggerating just a little bit.
    2. Übermäßig
      1. übermäßige Bewegung des Patienten, Venenpulsationen, Störungen durch elektrochirurgische Geräte
      2. Excessive patient movement, venous pulsations, electrosurgical interference
  8. effect; efficacy
    1. 효과
      1. 처음 치료는 별 효과가 없었다.
      2. The first treatment didn’t do much.
    2. Wirkung auf
      1. Doch, er hatte diese Wirkung auf Menschen.+
      2. He had that effect on people.
  9. Co-Workers
    1. 동료
      1. 그는 동료 사이에 인기가 있었다
      2. He enjoyed popularity with[among] his fellow workers.
    2. Mitarbeiter, Kollege
      1. Mein Kollege Mason Bridge wird vermisst.
      2. My coworker Mason Bridge is missing.
  10. Pair
    1. 쌍의
      1. 이는 다른 값 쌍의 경우에도 유사합니다.
      2. This works similarly for other value pairs.
  11. Aimed at; intended for; for;
    1. ~을 대상으로
      1. 우리 학교에서는 4세 아동들을 대상으로 탁아 프로그램을 운영한다.
      2. Our school runs a day-care program for four-year-olds.
    2. Etwas richtet sich an ~
      1. Die Ausstellung richtet sich an ein allgemeines Publikum und stellt auf verständliche und interaktive Weise die Schlüsselkonzepte und Mechanismen der Evolution des Lebens vor.
      2. Aimed at the general public, it provides a comprehensive and interactive illustration of the key concepts and mechanisms underlying the evolution of living beings.
  12. Survey
    1. 설문조사
      1. 여러분들 설문조사 하셨죠?
      2. You took a survey, right?
    2. Die Umfrage
      1. Die Berichte der Umfrage werden den Managern vorgelegt.
      2. Survey reports are shared with managers.
  13. Someone else
    1. 다른 누군가가
      1. 다른 누군가가 말하고 있는데 말을 가로막는 것은 실례다.
      2. It is rude to interrupt when someone else is speaking.
    2. Jemand anderes
      1. Wir sollten gehen, bevor noch jemand anderes getötet wird.
      2. We should go before someone else gets killed.
  14. Free will
    1. 자유 의지
      1. 그녀의 자유 의지로 결정되었다.
      2. The decision was made of her free will.
    2. Freier Wille
      1. Das heißt freier Wille, deine Wahl.
      2. That means free will, your choice.
  15. The second day, the following day
    1. 이튿날
      1. 이튿날 아침 큰딸이 일하러 왔다.
      2. The next morning my older daughter arrived for work.
    2. Am folgenden Tag, am nächsten Tag
      1. Sie rief mich am nächsten Tag an.
      2. She called me the following day.
  16. To be related to, to have connection with
    1. 연관이 있
      1. 다 연관이 있는 거 같고요.
      2. They are all connected.
    2. Zusammenhängen
      1. Julie, der Mord, das hängt alles zusammen.
      2. Julie, the murder… It’s all connected.
  17. Satisfy curiosity
    1. 궁금증이  풀리다
      1. “궁금증이 모두 풀렸다!”
      2. “I’ve got all my curiosities solved!”
    2. Neugier befriedigen
      1. Bestraf mich nicht, weil ich meine Neugier befriedigen musste.
      2. Stop punishing me because I had to satisfy my curiosity.
  18. Romeo and Juliet
    1. Romeo und Julia
      1. Was ist das, Romeo und Julia?
      2. What is that, romeo and juliet?
    2. 로미오와 줄리엣
      1. ‘로미오와 줄리엣’ 명작이죠.
      2. “Romeo and Juliet” is a classic.
  19. They were in love
    1. Sie waren verliebt..
      1. Sie erzählte ihm nicht, dass sie verliebt waren.
      2. She omitted the fact that they were in love.
  20. Inspired by
    1. Inspiriert durch
    2. Inspiriert von
      1. Well, inspired by the gospel, certainly.
      2. inspiriert durch das Evangelium, sicher.
    3. 영감을 받았다
      1. 이 특별판 운동화는 우주 비행사에 의해 영감을 받았다.
      2. The special edition sneakers were inspired by astronauts.
  21. Each member of the family
    1. Jedes Mitglied der Familie
      1. Jedes Mitglied der Familie trägt bei und das schließt dich ein.
      2. Every member of the family contributes, and that includes you.
    2. 각각의 가족
      1. 선물 대신, 각각의 가족 구성원들이 모든 사람이 함께 할 수 있는 활동을 선택하게 됩니다.
      2. Instead of gifts, each member of the family gets to choose an activity that everyone will do together.
  22. Enemy
    1. Der Feind
      1. Es stellte sich heraus, dass du der Feind bist.
      2. Turns out you’re the enemy.
    2. 원수
      1. 약간 원수 같은 느낌
      2. is kind of like an enemy.
  23. bring something to an end
    1. …을 끝내다
      1. 국립과학원 토론회는 이같은 연구 결과가 그럴 기능성이 높다고 결론을 내렸습니다
      2. The National Academy of Sciences’ panel brings to an end the studies’ findings are plausible.
    2. Beenden
      1. Drücken Sie , um die Installation zu beenden.
      2. Press to end the installation process
  24. On the contrary
    1. 오히려
      1. 너는 오히려 가지 않는 편이 나을 것이다
      2. You had better not go there.
    2. Im Gegenteil
      1. Das ist unsere Stärke, denn Europa lebt im Gegenteil von seiner Vielfalt
      2. Therein lies our strength because, on the contrary, Europe thrives on its diversity.
  25. Someone named something A
    1. A는 B에게 “—”이라는 이름을 붙였다
      1. 과학자들은 이 여섯 살짜리의 암컷 매머드에게 ‘류바’라는 이름을 붙였고 현재는 러시아 과학원 동물학 연구소의 특별 냉장고에 보관하고 있다
      2. Scientists have named the six-year-old female ‘Lyuba’ and are currently keeping her in a special refrigerator at the Russian Academy of Science’s Zoological Institute.
    2. A benennt B “”
    3. A  nennt B “”
      1. Sie nannten mich nach dem Flugzeug.
      2. They named me after the plane.
  26. The tendency to ; tend to
    1. 는 경향이
      1. 이것은 남학생들이 여학생들보다 잘 하는 경향이 있는 두 영역이다
      2. These are two areas where boys tend to be better than girls.
    2. neigen dazu …
    3. Haben die Tendenz …
    4. Tendieren dazu …
      1. Meine Hypothesen neigen dazu, diesen Effekt auszulösen.
      2. My hypotheses tend to have that effect.
  27. To take a class; a course; to participate in a module
    1. 수업을 수강하다
    2. 개론을 수강하다
      1. 컴퓨터 강좌를 수강하느라고 바빴어.
      2. I was busy with my computer course.
    3. Einen Kurs belegen
    4. An einem Kurs teilnehmen
      1. Er würde an einem Kurs teilnehmen und ich würde dafür auf die Studiengebühren fürs Institut verzichten.
      2. He would take a class and, in return, I would waive his tuition at the Institute for as long as he attends.
  28. the day before
    1. Am Tag zuvor
      1. An manchen Tagen fühle ich mich anders als am Tag zuvor.
      2. Some days I feel different than the day before.
    2. 전날.
      1. 그 전날은 날씨가 좋았다.
      2. It had been fine the day before.
  29. Alternate between
    1. wechseln zwischen
      1. Sie können zwischen diesen Einzelschritt-Typen wechseln.
      2. You can alternate between these types of stepping.
    2. (번갈아 가며) A했다 B 했다하다
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