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#반드시 외워야 할 숙어 ㅋㄷ


1.abide by : ~을 지키다

(=keep, be faithful to) 

We should abide by our promise. 


2. abound in : ~이 많다

(=be rich in) 

Fish abound in this river. 


3. abstain from : ~을 그만두다

(=keep away from) 

You must abstain from drinking. 


4. according as + 절 : ~에 따라

(=in proportion as) 

We must act according as we plan. 


5. according to + (대)명사 : ~에 따라

(=in proportion to) 

We must work according to our plan. 


6. account for : ~을 설명하다

(=explain) 

You have to account for your absence. 


7. add to : ~에 더하다

(=increase) 

The music will add to our enjoyment. 


8. agree to + 사물 : ~에 동의하다

(=consent to) 

I will not agree to your proposal. 


9. agree with + 사람 : 동의하다. 적합하다.

(=be of the same mind, suit) 하다 

I don't agree with you. 

The climate here does not agree with me. 


10. all at once : 돌연히

(=suddenly, all of a sudden) 

All at once it began to rain. 


11. answer for : ~에 책임지다

(=be responsible for) 

You must answer for the result. 


12. answer to : ~에 부합하다. ~에 답하다

(=correspond to) 

His features answer to the description. 


13. anything but : 결코 ~이 아니다

(=never, not at all) 

He is anything but a liar. 


14. apply for : ~을 지원하다

(=volunteer for) 

He will apply for the scholarship. 


15. apply to : 적용되다

(=concern, fit) 

This rule does not apply to all cases. 


16. apply oneself to : ~에 몰두하다

(=devote oneself to) 

He is going to apply himself to studying English. 


17. as a matter of fact : 사실상

(=in fact) 

As a matter of fact, you are wrong. 


18. as a rule : 대체로

(=usually, on toe whole) 

As a rule he gets up late. 


19. as for : ~에 관한 한 

(=speaking of) 

As for me, I don't like French. 


20. as to : ~에 대하여

(=concerning, as regards) 

She said nothing as to what she would do. 


21. as good as : ~나 마찬가지 

(=practically, no better than) 

He is as good as dead. 


22. ask after : 안부를 묻다

(=inquire after) 

He asked after my health. 


23. at a loss : 어리둥절하여 

(=embarrassed, perplexed) 

I was at a loss for words. 


24. at first hand : 간접적으로 

(=indirectly) 

I have heard the news at first hand? 


26. at hand : 가까이

(=near) 

The examination is near at hand. 


27. at last : 마침내

(=finally, in the end) 

At last he succeeded in it. 


28. at least : 적어도 

(=in the minimum) 

He has spent at least five dollars. 


29. at once : 곧, 즉시

(=immediately, right away) 

I must start at once. 


30. at times : 때때로 

(=sometimes, now and then) 

I must start at once. 


31. at the mercy of : ~에 좌우되어

(=wholly in the power of) 

The ship is at the mercy of the waves. 


32. attend on [upon] : 시중들다

(=wait on, serve) 

She always attends on me. 


33. attend to : ~에 주의하다

(=pay attention to) 

You must attend to your homework. 


34. attribute ~ to … : …을 ~탓으로 돌리다

(=ascribe ~ to …) 

She attributes her success to my advice. 


35. be badly off : 궁핍하다

(=very poor) 

He is not badly off. 


36. be well off : 유복하다

(=be rich) 

She seems to be well off. 


37. be about to : ~하려고 하다

(=be going to) 

The moon is about to rise. 


38. be accustomed to : ~에 익숙하다

(=be going to) 

She is not accustomed to speaking in public. 


39. be anxious about : ~을 걱정하다

(=be uneasy about) 

He is anxious about her health. 


40. be anxious to + 동사 : ~을 갈망하다

(=be anxious for + 명사) 

He is anxious to go abroad. 


41. be apt at : ~을 잘한다 

(=be good at) 

He is apt at swimming. 


42. be apt to + 동사 : ~하기 쉽다

(=be likely to, be liable to) 

She is apt to fail in it. 


43. be bound for : ~으로 향하다

(=be going in a certain direction) 

The train is bound for Seoul. 


44. be bound to + 동사 : ~을 해야 한다.

(=be obliged to) 

She is bound to go. 


45. be capable of : ~할 수 있다. 

(=be able to) 

He is capable of playing tennis. 


46. be due to + 명사 : ~에 기인하다 

(=be caused by) 

The accident was due to his carelessness. 


47. be due to + 동사 : ~할 예정이다 

(=be expected to) 

He is due to arrive at six. 


48. be equal to + 명사 : ~을 감당하다

(=be competent for) 

I am not equal to the task. 


49. be forced to + 동사 : 하지 않을 수 없다.

(=be compelled to, be obliged to) 

We are forced to do the work. 


50. be good at : ~에 능하다

(=be skilled in) 

He is good at dancing. 


51. be poor at : ~에 서툴다

(=be not skilled in) 

She is poor at driving. 


52. be on the way : 방해가 되다

(=obstruct) 

He is always on the way. 


53. be on the way : ~로 가는 도중이다

(=be going on) 

He is on the way home. 


54. be lost in : ~에 열중하다

(=be adsorbed in) 

Tom is lost in reading. 


55. be in : ~을 책임지다

(=be responsible for) 

The new teacher is in charge of this class. 


56. be ready to + 동사 : 기꺼이~하다.

(=be willing to, 막 ~하려 하다 be about to) 

He is ready to help you 

The tower seems to be ready to fall 


57. be tired of : 싫증나다

(=become weary of) 

I am tired of listening to the music. 


58. be tired out : 기진맥진하다

(=be exhausted) 

He is tired out now 


59. be tired with : ~으로 지치다

(=become tired with) 

We are tired with walking. 


60. bear in mind : 기억하다

(=remember, keep in mind) 

You must bear his advice in mind. 


61. become of : ~로 되다.

(=happen to) 

What has become of him? 


62. before long : 머지않아

(=pretty soon, by and by) 

He will be here before long. 


63. behind time : 시간에 늦은

(=late) 

I arrived here five minutes behind time. 


64. behind the times : 시대에 뒤진

(=old fashioned, out of date) 

The man is behind the times. 


65. between ourselves : 우리끼리 얘긴데

(in confidence) 

Between ourselves, she is a liar. 


66. beside oneself : 제정신 아닌

(=insane, very upset) 

He was beside himself with joy. 


67. beyond description : 형언할 수 없는

(=cannot be described) 

The scenery in the Alps is beyond description. 


68. blow out : (불어서) 끄다 

(=extinguish) 

She blew out the candle. 


69. break into : 침입하다

(=enter by force) 

Two burglars broke into his house. 


70. break out : 갑자기 일어나다

(=occur suddenly) 

A big fire broke out in Pusan. 


71. bring up : 교육시키다, 기르다

(=educate, rear) 

She has brought up two children for herself. 


72. burst into : 갑자기 ~시작하다 

(=begin suddenly) 

My sister burst into tears at the sad news. 


73. by all means : 어떤 일이 있어도, 좋고 말고

(=at all cost, certainly) 

I will keep my promise by all means. 

May I use your pen? 


74. by means of : ~에 의하여

(=by dint of) 

We express our thoughts by means of words. 


75. by no means : 결코 ~아니다

(=certainly not) 

He will go by no means. 


76. by and by : 머지 않아

(=before long) 

By and by it will get dark. 


77. by the way : 그런데

(=incidentally) 

By the way, do you have anything to do? 

78. by way of : ~을 경유하여

(=via) 

He came here by way of Tokyo. 


79. by day : 낮에는

(=in the day time) 

He is on duty by day. 


80. by the day : 일급으로

(=by daily wages) 

You will get paid by the day. 


81. by degrees : 서서히

(=gradually) 

She grew tired by degrees. 


82. by far : 훨씬 

(=very much) 

The book is by far more interesting. 


83. call at + 장소 : 방문하다

(=visit, pay a visit) 

I am going to call at your house. 


84. call on + 사람 : 방문하다 

(=visit, make a visit) 

Who is going to call on me? 


85. call down : 꾸짖다

(=scold, reprimand) 

You will be called down by him. 


86. call for : 요구하다

(=demand, require) 

The case calls for much money. 


87. call off : 취소하다

(=cancel) 

The meeting will be called off. 


88. call up : 전화 걸다

(=telephone, ring up) 

She called you up last night. 


89. care for〔to〕: 좋아하다, 돌보다

(=like, look after), (to + v) 

I don't care for sweets. 


90. carry out : 수행하다

(=accomplish, execute) 

You must carry out the plan. 


91. catch sight of : ~을 찾아내다

(=discover) 

I caught sight of an unknown flower. 


92. catch up with : ~을 뒤따라 잡다

(=overtake, come up with) 

He tried to catch up with her. 


93. come about : 일어나다

(=happen) 

Nothing new came about. 


94. come across : 우연히 만나다

(=meet〔find〕by chance) 

I came across a rare book. 


95. come by : 획득하다, 방문하다

(=obtain, visit) 

He came by the pen for nothing. 

When are you going to come by? 


96. come in contact with : 접촉하다

(=keep in contact with) 

I often come in contact with him. 


97. come to : 회복하다

(=recover) 

She didn't come to till then. 


98. compare A to B : A를 B에 비유하다

(=liken A to B) 

Sleep is often compared to death. 


99. compare A with B : A를 B와 비교하다

(=put A and B for comparison) 

Compare your composition with the original. 

100. consist in : ~에 있다

(=lie in) 

Happiness consists in contentment. 


101. consist of : ~로 구성되다

(=be composed of) 

The committee consists of ten members. 


102. correspond to : 일치하다 

(=be similar to) 

This deeds do net correspond to his words. 


103. correspond with : 서신 왕래하다

(=exchange letters) 

I want to correspond with her. 


104. count on : ~을 믿다

(=rely on) 

Don't count on my help. 


105. cut in : 간섭하다, 끼어들다

(=interrupt) 

Don't cut in while he is speaking. 


106. day after day : 매일 매일

(=everyday) 

He comes to see me day after day. 


107. day by day : 나날이, 차차로

(=daily, gradually) 

Day by day if is getting colder. 


108. day in and day out : 줄곧

(=constantly) 

She complains of her bad luck day in and day out. 


109. deal in : 장사하다

(=do business) 

His father deals in rice. 


110. deal with : 다루다, 처리하다

(=treat) 

It is mot so easy to deal with children. 

111. depend on〔upon〕: 의지하다, 믿다

(=rely on, count on) 

Don't depend on your luck. 


112. depend upon it : 꼭 

(=certainly) 

Depend upon it, he keeps his promise. 


113. deprive A of B : A로부터 B를 빼앗다

(=take away B from A) 

He deprived me of my hat. 


114. devote oneself to : 헌신하다

(=give oneself to) 

He devoted his whole life to studying English. 


115. distinguish from : ~과 ~을 구별하다

(=tell from, classify) 

I cannot distinguish him from his brother. 


116. do away with : ~을 제거하다

(=abolish, get rid of) 

You must do away with your bad habit. 


117. do without : ~없이 지내다

(=dispense with) 

I cannot do without this dictionary. 


118. drop in (on) : (예고없이) 방문하다

(=visit unexpectedly) 

He dropped in on me last week. 


119. drop someone a line : ~에게 몇 자 써 보내다

(=write briefly to) 

Drop me a line as soon as you get there. 


120. dwell in : ~에 살다

(=live in) 

He dwells in the county now. 


121. dwell on〔upon〕: 숙고하다

(=ponder on) 

Don't dwell too much upon your past. 


122. be engaged in : ~에 종사하다

(=take part in) 

He is engaged in teaching students. 


123. ever since : 지금까지 줄곧

(=from then till now) 

He has lived in Seoul ever since. 


124. exert oneself : 노력하다

(=make an effort) 

Exert yourself, and you will succeed. 


125. fail to : ~할 수 없다

(=cannot) 

I failed to call him up last night. 


126. fall in love with : ~와 사랑하게 되다

(=begin to love) 

He fell in love with her at the first sight. 


127. familiar to + 사람 : 잘 알려져 있는

(=well known to) 

His face is familiar to me. 


128. familiar with + 사물 : ~에 정통한

(=well versed in) 

He is familiar with Spanish. 


129. for one's life : 필사적으로

(=desperately, at any cost) 

He ran away for his life. 


130. figure out : 이해하다

(=make out, understand) 

Can you figure out what I say? 


131. find fault with : ~을 비난하다

(=blame, criticize) 

Don't find fault with others. 


132. for all : ~에도 불구하고

(=in spite of, with all) 

For all his wealth he is not happy. 


133. for all the world : 어떤 일이 있어도

(=on any account) 

I won't do such a mean thing for all the world. 


134. for certain : 틀림없이

(=certainly) 

He will go with you .for certain. 


135. for ever : 영원히

(=for good, permanently) 

I remember the day for ever. 


136. for example : 이를테면

(=by way of illustration) 

I have many friends ― Tom, and Judy, for example. 


137. for nothing : 공짜로, 이유없이, 헛되게

(=without payment, without reason, in vain) 

He gave me the pen for nothing. 

She always complains for nothing. 

He tried to succeed for nothing. 


138. for one's age : 나이에 비해서

(=considering one's age) 

She looks younger for her age. 


139. for the most part : 대부분, 대게

(=mostly) 

The girls for the most part are diligent. 


140. for the present : 당분간

(=temporarily, for the time being) 

I am going to stay here for the present. 


141. for the sake of : ~을 위해서

(=for the benefit of) 

We should die for the sake of our country. 


142. for want of : ~이 부족하여

(=for lack of) 

The tree is going to die for want of water. 


143. free from : ~이 없는

(=without) 

He is free from care. 


144. from now on : 금후, 이제부터

(=after this, in future) 

I will do my best from now on. 


145. from time to time : 때때로

(=now and then, at times) 

I visit my hometown from time to time. 


146. furnish A with B : A에게 B를 공급하다

(=supply A with B, provide A with B) 

He furnished the begger with some food. 


147. get along : 전진하다, 성공하다, 살아가다

(=progress, succeed, manage) 

I am not getting along in physics. 

How are you getting along these days? 


148. get back : 돌아오다

(=return) 

He will never get back to Korea. 


149. get away : 가버리다

(=escape, go away) 

He got away from his home. 


150. get in touch with : ~과 접촉하다

(=communicate with) 

I tried in vain to get in touch with him. 


151. get off : 내리다 (차, 말 등)

(=leave, descend from) 

She always gets off the bus at the same place. 


152. get on : 타다

(=board, mount) 

He often gets on the bus here. 


153. get over : 회복하다, 극복하다

(=recover from, overcome) 

My father got over his illness. 

At last he got over the difficulty. 


154. get rid of : 제거하다

(=eliminate) 

Get rid of the rats. 


155. get the better of : 이기다

(=win) 

He got the better of me in the game. 


156. get the worst of : 지다

(=lose) 

He always gets the worst of me in anything. 


157. get through : 끝내다

(=finish) 

I have to get through the task by five. 


158. get used to : ~에 익숙해지다 

(=get accustomed to) 

He will be sure to get used to the habit there. 


159. get well : 완쾌되다

(=recover)

He will get well soon.


160. give away : 남에게 주어 버리다. 

(=give freely, distribute) 분배하다.

He gave away anything he had. 


161. give in : 제출하다, 항복하다. 

(=hand in, surrender)

He didn't give in his papers in time. 

The enemy gave in. 


162. give oneself to : ~에 몰두하다 

(=devote oneself to)

He gave himself to helping the poor. 


163. give rise to : 일으키다

(=cause)

The problem gave rise to the serious effects. 

164. give up : 포기하다, 항복하다 

(=abandon, surrender)

He gave up his plan. 


165. go off : 폭발하다, 갑자기 떠나다 

(=exploded, leave suddenly)

The gun went off by accident. 

They went off without a word. 


166. go on : 계속하다

(=continue)

Please go on talking. 


167. go over : 반복하다, 검사하다

(=repeat, examine)

Go over what you have read. 


168. go through : (고통을)겪다, 통과하다

(=undergo, pass through)하다.

We have to go through the difficulty. 

The train just went through the tunnel. 


169. had better : ~하는 편이 낫다

(=be advisable to)

You had better consult a doctor. 


170. hand over : 양도하다 

(=give over)

He handed over everything to his wife. 


171. happen to : 우연히 ~하다.

(=chance to)

I happened to meet her in the bus. 


172. hard of hearing : 귀가 먼

(=partially deaf)

He must be hard of hearing. 


173. have a mind to : ~하고 싶다

(=feel inclined to)

He has a mind to marry her 


174. have done with : ~을 끝내다

(=finish)

Try to have done with the work within a week. 


175. have got to : ~해야 한다

(=have to, must)

I have got to retyrn the book. 


176. have on : 입고 있다.

(=be wearing)

She has a hat on. 


177. have one's own way : 마음대로 하다

(=do what one wishes)

He always has his own way in everything. 


178. have time off : 쉬다.

(=have free time)

You can have tomorrow off. 


179. hear from : ~로부터 소식을 듣다.

(=receive news from)

I have never heard from him of late. 


180. hear of : 소문을 듣다

(=learn by report)

She never heard of ver son. 


181. help oneself to : ~을 마을대로 먹다 

(=eat or take enough)

Please help yourself to the cake. 


182. hit upon : (우연히) 눈에 띄다, 생각나다

(=come upon, occur to) 

I hit upon a strange flower. 


183. ill at ease : 불편한

(=uncomfortable)

She always feels ill at ease with him. 


184. in a hurry : 허둥지둥 

(=in haste)

He ate lunch in a hurry. 


185. in a little while : 곧 

(=soon)

It seems to rain in a little while. 


186. in a measure : 어느 정도

(=in a certain degree)

He is in a measure a poet. 


187. in a sense : 어느 의미로는, 어느 정도

(=in a certain meaning)

He is in a sense happy. 


188. in addition to : ~뿐만 아니라, 부가하여 

(=besides, as will as)

In addition to her beauty she is clever. 


189. in advance : 미리

(=beforehand)

We got paid in advance. 


190. in any case : 어쨌든, 하여튼

(=anyhow, at all events)

In any case you had better go there. 


191. in fact : 사실상

(=as a matter of fact, really)

He is, in fact, a man of ability. 


192. in general : 대개

(=as a rule, usually)

In general the students are rich. 


193. in need : 궁핍한

(=in poverty, in misfortune)

They say a friend in need is a friend indeed.


194. in particular : 특히

(=especially, particularly)

I know one of the girls in particular. 


195. in place of : ~의 대신에

(=instead of)

I went there in place of my teacher. 


196. in private : 사적으로

(=privately)

I want to talk with you in private. 


197. in proportion as + 절 : ~에 비례하여

(=in proprotion to+명사, relative to)

You will succeed in proportion to your effort. 


198. in pursuit of : ~을 추구하여

(=pursuing, seeking)

We are in pursuit of peace. 


199. inquire after : ~의 안부를 묻다

(=ask after)

He inquires after my father. 


200. inquire for : ~을 요구하다

(=ask for)

He inquire for much money. 


201. inquire into : 조사하다

(=investigate)

He inquired into the case. 


202. in the long run : 결국

(=ultimately)

In the long run he passed the examination. 


203. in time : 조만간, 시간에 맞추어

(=sooner or later, early enough)

In time he will be able to speak English well. 


204. on time : 정각에

(=punctually)

The train starts on time. 


205. into the bargain : 게다가

(=moreover, in addition)

She gave me a pen and a pencil into the bargain. 


206. in token of : ~의 표시로

(=as a sign of)

He gave me a watch in token of gratitude. 


207. in turn(s): 차례로

(=alternately, in succession)

Tom and Mary help me in turn. 


208. in vain : 헛되이

(=without the desired result)

He tried in vain to succeed. 


209. in want of : ~이 결핍〔필요〕하여

(=in lack〔need〕of)

This flower is in want of water. 

He is in want of a used car. 


210. keep an eye on : (주의 깊게) 지켜보다

(=watch, guard) 

I kept an eye on the strange woman. 


211. keep away from : ~에 가까이 하지 않다

(=keep off, keep out)

keep away form such a mean boy. 


212. keep ~ from : ~을 하지 못하게 하다.

(=prevent ~ from)

The rain kept me from going there. 


213. keep good time : (시계가)~꼭 맞다

(=run accurately)

My watch keeps good time. 


214. keep ~ in mind : 명심하다

(=remember, bear in mind)

Keep my name in mind. 


215. keep in touch with : 계속접촉하다

(=continue in communication with)

He wants to keep in touch with me. 


216. keep one's word : 약속을 지키다.

(=keep one's promise)

I keep my word. 


217. keep up with : ~와 보조를 맞추다

(=keep pace with)

You have to keep up with the times. 

218. know A from B : A와 B를 구별하다.

(=tell A form B)

I can't know wheat from barley. 


219. know better than to : ~할 만큼 바보는 아니다.

(=be not so foolish as to)

I know better than to say so. 


220. know(or learn) by heart : 기억하다, 암기하다

(=memorize)

You had better know this sentence by heart. 


221. be lacking in : ~이 부족한, ~이 없는

(=be wanting in)

He is lacking in common sense. 


222. later on : 나중에

(=afterward(s))

See you later on. 


223. lay aside : 저축하다

(=lay by, put aside)

You must lay aside some money for a rainy day. 


224. lead to : ~을 가져오다, ~에 이르다

(=produce, extend)

It is said poverty often leads to crime. 

This way leads to the park. 


225. leave off : 그치다, 그만두다

(=stop, discontinue)

Leave off the word and go home. 


226. leave out : 생략하다

(=omit)

I left out the next sentence. 


227. lest ~ should : 하지 않도록 

(=for fear that ~ should)

Hurry up lest you should be late. 


228. let alone : ~은 말할 것도 없이

(=to say nothing of)

He speaks Spanish will let alone English. 


229. let on : (비밀 등을) 누설하다

(=reveal)

He knew the fact, but didn't let it on. 


230. let up : 누그러지다, (비, 바람, 파도가)자다

(=slacken)

It continued to rain without letting up. 


231. liable for : ~에 책임있는

(=responsible for)

He is liable for it. 


232. lie in : ~에 있다, 존재하다

(=consist in)

Success lies in industry. 


233. be likely to : ~할 것 같다

(=be expected to)

It is likely to rain. 


234. little by little : 조금씩 조금씩

(=bit by bit)

It is getting older little by little. 


235. live on : 계속 살다, ~을 먹고 살다

(=continue to live, have ~ as one's diet)

What do they live on in Japan? 


236. long for : 갈망하다

(=yearn)

We Koreans long for peace. 


237. look after : 돌보다, 찾다 

(=take care of, care for) 

She looks after the child.


238. look down upon[on] : 멸시하다

(=despise)

You should not look down upon the poor.


239. look for : 찾다, 기대하다

(=search, for, expect)

He is looking for his pencil.

Everybody looks for a peaceful life.


240. look forward to : ~고대하다, 기대하다

(=anticipate, expect)

I am look forward to seeing you soon. 


241. look into : 조사하다

(=investigate)

We hope the police look into the accident. 


242. look on : 방관하다, 간주하다

(=be a spectator, regard)

When an accident should happen, most people look on. 


243. look out : 주의하다

(=be careful)

Look out for the running taxi. 


244. look over : 검사하다, 묵과하다

(=examine, pardon) 

Look over the book before buying 


245. look up : (사전에서) ~을 찾아 보다

(=search for)

We look up the new word in the dictionary. 


246. look up to : 존경하다

(=respect)

We should look up to the old. 


247. lose heart : 낙담하다

(=feel discouraged)

Don't lose heart when you fail. 


248. lose no time in+ing : 곧 ~하다

(=do at once)

He lost no time in helping the man. 


249. lose one's temper : 화내다

(=become angry)

He seldom loses his temper. 


250. lose oneself : 길을 잃다

(=get lost, lose one's way)

He lost himself in the woods. 


251. lose oneself in : ~열중하다

(=become deeply interested in)

He lost himself in reading a love story. 


252. make a face : 얼굴을 찡그리다 

(=grimace)

He made a face at the sight of me. 


253. make a fool of : ~을 바보 취급하다, 우롱하다

(=ridicule, laugh at) 

Don't make fool of him. 


254. make a point of+~ing : ~을 습관화하다, 고집 하다

(=make a rule, insist) 

He made a point of taking a walk. 

He makes a point of going out alone.


255. make believe : ~인 체하다

(=pretend) 

He made believe not to know it. 


256. make both ends meet : (수입과 지출) 균형을 맞추다

(=live within one's income) 

It is hard to make both ends meet. 


257. make for : ~으로 향하다

(=move towards) 

He made for the door. 


258. make fun of : 조롱하다

(=ridicule) 

She always makes fun of her brother. 


259. make light(or little) of : ~을 경시하다

(=neglect) 

He made light of his children. 


260. make much of : ~을 중히 여기다

(=treat as of great importance) 

Mothers make much of their children. 


261. make no difference : 중요하지 않다

(=be of no importance) 

Whether she comes or not makes no difference to me. 


262. make off : 도망치다

(=escape, go away) 

He made off with my shoes. 


263. make oneself at home : 편히 하다

(=feel comfortable) 

Make yourself at home. 


264. make out : 이해하다, 성공하다

(=understand, succeed) 

I cannot make out what you say. 

He will be sure to make out in his job. 


265. make up : 화해하다, 화장하다

(=settle) 

They made up after quarreling. 

She never makes up. 


266. make up for : ~을 보상하다

(=compensate for) 

We cannot make up for the lost time. 


267. make up one's mind : 결심하다

(=decide, resolve) 

He made up his mind not to make mistakes. 


268. make use of : ~을 잘 이용하다

(=use well) 

You must make use of this opportunity. 


269. manage to : 가까스로 ~하다

(=contrive to) 

He manage to make himself understood. 


270. may as well : ~하는 편이 낫다

(=had better) 

You may as well buy the book. 


271. may well : ~하는 것도 당연하다

(=have good reason to) 

He may well be proud of his wife. 


272. more or less : 다소, 어느정도

(=somewhat) 

I am more or less tired. 


273. next to none : 최고의

(=the best) 

He is next to none in English in his class. 


274. no less than : ~만큼이나

(=as much as, exactly) 

He has no less than ten dollars. 


275. no longer : 이제는 ~이 아니다

(=not ~ any longer, no more) 

You are no longer a child. 


276. none the less : 그럼에도 불구하고

(=nevertheless) 

I like her none the less for her faults. 


277. not a few : 적지 않은, 꽤 많은

(=petty many) 

There were not a few students there then. 


278. not a little : 적지 않게, 매우

(=much) 

He was not a little surprised. 


279. nothing but : 겨우, ~뿐

(=only) 

There is nothing but water.


280 anything but : 결코 ~아닌

(=not ~ at all, far from) 

He is anything but a scholar. 


281. now and then : 가끔

(=occasionally, from time to time) 

They meet one another now and then. 


282. now that : 이제 ~이므로 

(=since) 

Now that you are a man, you must think otherwise. 


283. object to : ~에 반대하다

(=be opposed to) 

The parents objected to their marriage. 


284. be obliged to + 명사 : ~에 감사합니다

(=think) 

I am obliged to your kind help. 


285. be obliged to + 동사 : ~하지 않을 수 없다

(=be compelled to) 

I was obliged to go out. 


286. occur to : (마음에) 떠오르다

(=strike, cross one's mind) 

His name never occurs to me. 


287. (all) of a sudden : 갑자기

(=suddenly) 

All of a sudden she began to cry. 


288. of course : 물론

(=naturally) 

Of course you should go there, too. 


289. of late : 최근에, 요사이

(=recently) 

We have han no sunny days of last. 


290. off and on : 불규칙적으로, 때때로 

(=irregularly, now and then) 

Stars are seen off and on. 


291. on and on : 줄곧, 계속해서

(=continually) 

I walked on and on with her. 


292. off duty : 비번인

(=not engaged if one's regular work) 

We are off duty on Sundays. 


293. on duty : 당번인

(=engaged on one's regular work) 

I am on duty,


294. on behalf of : ~을 대신하여

(=in the serve of)

He attended the meeting on behalf of his class.


295. on board : 배위에, 배안에

(=in a ship) 

All the passengers on board were missing. 


296. on earth : (의문문에서) 도대체 

(=in the world) 

Who on earth are you? 


297. on fire : 불타는

(=burning) 

The house is on fire. 


298. on purpose : 일부러, 고의적으로

(=intentionally, purposely) 

He did so on purpose to annoy her. 


299. on the whole : 대체로

(=in general) 

They are, on the whole, diligent. 


300. once (and) for all : 최종적으로

(=finally, definitely) 

I told it to him once for all. 


301. once in a while : 가끔

(=occasionally) 

I go to the movies once in a while. 


302. out of date : 구식의

(=old-fashioned) 

Her dress os out of date. 


303. up to date : 최신식의

(=modern) 

His idea is not up to date. 


304. out of breath : 헐떡이며

(=panting) 

He came running out of breath. 


305. out of order : 고장난

(=not in working condition) 

This telephone is out of order. 


306. out of place : 부적당한

(=unsuitable) 

This room is out of place for reading. 


307. out of question : 의심할 바 없는 

(=beyond doubt) 

Your success is out of question. 


308. out of the question : 불가능한

(=impossible) 

Your success is out of the question. 


309. owe ~ to : ~은 ~의 덕택이다

(=be indebted to) 

I owe my success to you. 


310. oweing to : ~ 때문에

(=because of) 

He couldn't go owing to the heavy snow. 


311. part from + 사람 : ~와 관계를 끊다

(=separate oneself from) 

I have to part from my old friends. 


312. part with + 사람 : (물건을) 남에게 주다

(=give away) 

I parted with my old watch. 


313. pass for : ~으로 통하다

(=be regarded as, be taken for) 

He passes for a clever man here. 


314. pay attention to : ~에 주의하다

(=give attention to) 

You should pay attention to what I say. 


315. pick out : 선택하다, 고르다

(=select, choose) 

I want to pick out a blue tie. 


316. play a role : 역할을 하다

(=play a part) 

I want to play an important role. 


317. be possessed of : 소유하다

(=have, own) 

He is possessed of a nice piano. 


318. be possessed with : (마음이)~에 홀리다

(=be controlled by) 

I don't know with what he is possessed. 


319. prevent ~ from : 방해하여 못하게 하다

(=keep ~ from) 

The rain prevented me from coming. 


320. put off : 연기하다, 벗다

(=postpone, hold over, take off) 

He put off the meeting till tomorrow. 

Put off your hat in the room.


321. put on : 입다, 쓰다

(=wear) 

He put on his coat, and went out. 


322. put out : (불) 끄다

(=extinguish) 

The firemen put out the fire. 


323. put up at : ~에 숙박하다

(=stop at) 

We are going to put up at the inn. 


324. put up with : 참다, ~을 견디다

(=endure, bear, stand) 

I can't put up with such an insult. 

325. quite a few : (꽤) 많은

(=a good many) 

There are quite a few students in the class. 


326. only a few : 매우 적은

(=very few) 

Only a few of them attended the party. 


327. rain cats and dogs : 비가 억수같이 퍼붓다

(=rain in torrents) 

It is raining cats and dogs outside. 


328. read through : 통독하다

(=read from beginning to toe end) 

Have you ever read the book through? 


329. recover from : ~에서 회복하다

(=get well) 

She recovered from her serious illness. 


330. be ready to+동사 : ~하려고 하다, ~하기 쉽다, 기꺼이 ~하다

(=be about to, be apt to, be willing to) 

She is ready to sleep. 

He is ready to promise.

He is ready to help you.


331. refer to : 언급하다

(=speak of) 

She often refers to my aunt. 


332, regard~as : ~을 ~으로 간주하다

(=look on ~ as) 

Don't regard him as a fool. 


333. regardless of : ~에 상관없이, ~도 불구하고

(=without regard to) 

Regardless of his poverty, I respect him. 


334. rely on(upon) : 믿다, 의존하다

(=depend on, trust) 

I rely on him to help me. 


335. remind A of B : A에게 B를 상기시키다

(=put A in mind of B) 

She reminds me of my mother.


336. resort to : 자주 드나들다, 호소하다

(=go frequently, adopt as means) 

He resorts to her house these days.

Don't resort to violence. 


337. result from : ~에서 생기다

(=happen from) 

Accidents result from carelessness. 


338. result in : 결국 ~이 되다

(=bring about) 

Poverty often results in crimes.


339. right away : 즉시, 곧

(=immediately. at once) 

Go there right away.


340. right now : 즉시, 곧

(=at once, right away) 

Clean the room right now. 


341. rod A of B : A에게 B를 강탈하다

(=deprive A of B) 

He robbed me of my watch.


342. run across : ~을 우연히 만나다

(=rind unexpectedly) 

I ran across my uncle at the station. 


343. run into : 충돌하다

(=collide with, run against) 

The train ran into the bus last night. 


344. run out of : ~을 다 써버리다

(=run short of, exhaust) 

The car ran out of oil. 


345. run the risk : 위험을 무릅쓰다

(=take risks) 

He ran the risk to save the child. 


346. safe and sound : 무사히

(=safely) 

He arrived there safe and sound. 


347. search for〔after〕: ~을 찾다

(=seek, try to find) 

They all went out to search for the lost child. 


348. search into : 조사하다

(=look into, examine) 

The police are trying to search into the matter. 


349. second to none : 누구에게도 뒤지지 않는

(=the best) 

My sister is second to none in mathematics. 


350. see off : 전송하다

(=accompany till one gets along) 

I have been to the station to see her off. 


351. set about : 시작하다

(=start) 

He set about cleaning the house. 


352. set in : (우기 등) 시작하다

(=being, start) 

The rainy season has just set in. 


353. set off : 출발하다

(=start a journey or race) 

When do you set off on a trip? 


354. set out : 시작하다, 떠나다

(=set off, begin, start) 

He has no funds to set out with. 


355. show off : 자랑하다

(=display to excess one's possessions or ability) 

Power is the last thing to show off. 


356. show up : 나타나다

(=appear) 

He didn't show up till then. 


357. sit up : (늦게까지) 자지 않고 앉아 있다

(=remain out of bed till late) 

My wife always sits up for me. 


358. so far : 여태까지

(=up to now, till now) 

So far he has been in good health. 


359. so long as : ~하는 한

(=if only) 

You may eat anything so long as you don't eat too much. 


360. speak ill of : ~을 나쁘게 말하다

(=abuse) 

Why do you speak ill of him? 


361. speak well of : ~을 좋게 말하다

(=praise) 

He always speaks well of others.


362. stand by : 지지하다, 편들다

(=support, side with) 

You have to stand by your family. 

My father never stands by me. 


363. stand for : 나타내다, 지지하다, 참다

(=represent, support, tolerate) 

What does U.N stand for ? 

We have to stand for the freedom of speech. 

How can I stand for such an insult?


364. succeed in : ~에 성공하다

(=have success in) 

He succeeded in the examination. 


365. succeed to : ~의 뒤를 잇다. 상속하다

(=follow, become an heir to) 

He succeeded to a large fortune. 

He succeeded to the throne of the kingdom. 


366. such as it is : 변변치 못하지만

(=though it is poor) 

You can use my pen, such as it is. 


367. suffer from : ~으로 고통 받다

(=be troubled by) 

He is suffering from an unknown disease. 


368. take advantage of + 사람 : 속이다

(=deceive) 

He takes advantage of her. 


369. take advantage of + 사물 : 이용하다

(=utilize) 

You should take advantage of all the opportunities given to you. 


370. take A for B : A를 B로 잘못 알다

(=mistake A for B) 

He took me for my brother. 


371. take after : ~을 닮다

(=resemble) 

She takes after her mother. 


372 take ~ for granted : ~을 당연하게 여기다

(=assume as true) 

He took it for granted for him to marry her. 


373. take in : 속이다, 구독하다

(=deceive, subscribe to) 

You can't take in that man.

I take in the New York Times. 


374. take into account : 고려하다

(=consider) 

You should take into account his youth. 


375. take leave of : 작별하다

(=say good bye to) 

I took leave of him at the door. 


376. take one's time : 서둘지 않다

(=not hurry) 

Take one's time doing that. 

377. take off : 벗다, 이륙하다

(=remove, leave the ground) 

Take your hat off. 

When does the plane take off? 


378. take part in : 참가하다

(=participate) 

Who will take part in the contest? 


379. take place : 일어나다, 개최하다

(=happen, occur, be help) 

There took place a big fire in Pusan last night. 


380. tell~from : 구별하다

(=know ~ from) 

Can you tell an eagle from a hawk? 


381. tend to : ~하는 경향이 있다

(=be inclined to) 

He tends to sleep during the lesson. 


382. think highly of : ~을 중시하다

(=make much of) 

She thinks highly of her children. 


383. thing lightly of : ~을 멸시하다

(=think little of) 

He thinks lightly of the poor. 


384. think over : 숙고하다

(=consider carefully) 

We have thought over the matter for a week. 


385. to make matters worse : 설상가상으로

(=what is worse) 

To make matters worse, it began to rain. 


386. to say nothing of : ~은 말할 것도 없이

(=let alone, not to mention) 

He speaks French, to say nothing of English. 


387. to the point : 요령있는, 적절한

(=to the purpose) 

His speech is brief and to the point. 


388. try on : 입어보다, 시험해 보다

(=test before buying) 

I tried on the shoes several times. 


389. turn off : (불을) 끄다

(=stop, extinguish, switch off) 

Turn off the light before going out. 


390. turn on : (불을) 켜다

(=begin, switch on) 

Please turn on the radio. 


391. turn out : ~로 판명되다. 쫓다내다

(=prove, expel) 

The dog turned out a bad one. 

The dog turned out the beggar. 


392. wait for : 기다리다

(=await) 

Please wait for me here. 


393. wait on : 시중들다

(=attend on, serve) 

She does wane to wait on him. 


394. wanting in : ~이 결핍한

(=lacking in) 

He is wanting in manners. 


395. with all : ~에도 불구하고

(=for all, in spite of) 

I like him with all his faults. 


396. within one's reach : ~의 손이 닿는 곳에

(=within the reach of) 

The book is within my reach. 


397. without fail : 틀림없이, 꼭

(=certainly) 

Come and see me without fail. 


398. write down : 적어두다

(=record) 

I wrote down his name. 


399. yield to : 굴복하다

(=surrender) 

He yielded to my order. 


400. (be) zealous for : ~을 갈망하다

(=be eager for) 

We are zealous for our vacation. 



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    인자기 2016.08.04 23:00 SECRET

    "비밀글입니다."

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    hooni 2016.08.05 18:21
    네, 안녕하세요.
    메일 주소를 남겨주시면 메일로 보내드리겠습니다.
    감사합니다.

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