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If someone plods, they walk slowly and heavily.
A hoodlum is a violent criminal, especially one who is a member of a group.
If you trudge somewhere, you walk there slowly and with heavy steps, especially because you are tired orunhappy.
[VERB] When people or small animals scurry somewhere, they move there quickly and hurriedly, especially because they are frightened.
[ADJ] If someone is edgy, they are nervous and anxious, and seem likely to lose control of themselves.She was nervous and edgy, still chain-smoking.
[ADJ] If someone is impassive or their face is impassive, they are not showing any emotion. He searched Hill's impassive face for some indication that he understood
[VERB] If you snuggle somewhere, you settle yourself into a warm, comfortable position, especially by moving closer toanother person.
Jane snuggled up against his shoulder
(어떤 사람에게) 바싹 파고들다.
(미·속어) 배신자, 밀고자
[NOUN] Crochet is a way of making cloth out of cotton or wool by using a needle with a small hook at the end.
[VERB] If you crochet, you make cloth by using a needle with a small hook at the end.
[VERB] When someone shrieks, they make a short, very loud cry, for example because they are suddenly surprised, are in pain, or are laughing.
[VERB] If you dawdle, you spend more time than is necessary going somewhere.
Eleanor will be back any moment, if she doesn't dawdle.
[VERB] When people or small animals scamper somewhere, they move there quickly with small, light steps.
Children scampered off the yellow school bus and into the playground.
N. 맹꽁이자물쇠, V. 맹꽁이자물쇠로 잠그다.
- [NOUN] A stoop is a small platform at the door of a building, with steps leading up to it.
[VERB] If you stoop, you stand or walk with your shoulders bent forwards.
[ADJ] If you describe people, especially children, as unruly, you mean that they behave badly and are difficult to control.
- [VERB] If you squint at something, you look at it with your eyes partly closed.
- 눈을 가늘게 뜨고[찡그리고] 보다(밝은 빛을 피하거나 무엇을 더 잘 보려고 취하는 동작을 나타냄)
[NOUN] If someone has a squint, their eyes look in different directions from each other. 사시
[VERB] If something creaks, it makes a short, high-pitched sound when it moves.The bed-springs creaked. 삐걱거리다.
[VERB] If you say that people or things clatter somewhere, you mean that they move there noisily.
달그락[털커덕] 소리를 내다, 달그닥 거리며 가다[움직이다]
[VERB] If you grunt, you make a low sound, especially because you are annoyed or not interested in something.
(젊은이가) 너무 성장하여, 키가 멀쑥하니 큰
[NOUN] Dope is a drug, usually an illegal drug such as marijuana or cocaine.
[VERB] If someone dopes a person or animal or dopes their food, they put drugs into their food or force them to takedrugs.
[VERB] If you stomp somewhere, you walk there with very heavy steps, often because you are angry.
쿵쿵 거리며 걷다.
Adjective특히 사람의 얼굴・뺨이 눈물에 젖은
- [ADJ] [usu ADJ n]
- If you describe a person as glowering, you mean they look angry and bad tempered.
[VERB] If someone bellows, they shout angrily in a loud, deep voice.
[NOUN] A bellows is or bellows are a device used for blowing air into a fire in order to make it burn more fiercely.
[VERB] If someone wails, they make long, loud, high-pitched cries which express sorrow or pain.
[VERB] If you twirl something or if it twirls, it turns around and around with a smooth, fairly fast movement.
[NOUN] Someone's butt is their bottom.
[VERB] If a person or animal butts you, they hit you with the top of their head.
skɔ:f ; skɑ:f
[VERB] If you scoff at something, you speak about it in a way that shows you think it is ridiculous or inadequate.
[ADJ] A belligerent person is hostile and aggressive.
He was almost back to his belligerent mood of twelve months ago.
[ADJ][usu ADJ n] A brisk activity or action is done quickly and in an energetic way.
a brisk walk
땋은 머리, 장식용 수술
[ADJ] If you are contented, you are satisfied with your life or the situation you are in.Whenever he returns to this place he is happy and contented
[VERB] If you prop an object on or against something, you support it by putting something underneath it or by resting it somewhere.
[NOUN] A prop is a stick or other object that you use to support something. 버팀목, 지주
[VERB] If something such as clothing or cloth is embroidered with a design, the design is stitched into it.
[VERB] When you clench your fist or your fist clenches, you curl your fingers up tightly, usually because you are veryangry.
[NOUN][oft N with/of/for n] Fascination is the state of being greatly interested in or delighted by something.
[VERB] When a bird or an insect such as a cricket or grasshopper chirps, it makes short high-pitched sounds.The crickets chirped faster and louder
[NOUN]Mahoney clenched his fist in exasperation
[VERB] If someone prances around, they walk or move around with exaggerated movements, usually because they wantpeople to look at them and admire them.
[유의어]avoid방지하다, 막다, 모면하다The pilots had to take emergency action to avoid a disaster
[유의어]evade피하다, 면하다, 모면하다, 회피하다, 빠져 나가다By his own admission, he evaded taxes as a Florida real-estate speculator가장자리를 이루다의 의미인 경우
[유의어]border가장자리를 이루다the European and Arab countries bordering the Mediterranean.
[ADJ] If someone has wispy hair, their hair does not grow thickly on their head.
- (촘촘하지 못하고) 몇가닥으로 된