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  1. plod

    plɑ:d
    터벅터벅 걷다.

    If someone plods, they walk slowly and heavily.
  2. hoodlum

    hu:dləm
    N.

    A hoodlum is a violent criminal, especially one who is a member of a group.

    속어
  3. trudge

    trʌdƷ
    터덜터덜 걷다.

    If you trudge somewhere, you walk there slowly and with heavy steps, especially because you are tired orunhappy.
  4. scurry

    sk3:ri
    종종걸음을 치다.

    [VERB] When people or small animals scurry somewhere, they move there quickly and hurriedly, especially because they are frightened.
  5. giraffe

    dƷə|rӕf
    기린
  6. edgy

    edƷi
    [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.
  7. impassive

    ɪm|pӕsɪv
    [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
  8. snuggle

    |snʌgl
    [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.
  9. shiever

    ʃí:vər
    (미·속어) 배신자, 밀고자
  10. crochet

    kroʊ|ʃeɪ
    [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.
  11. shriek

    ʃri:k
    [VERB] When someone shrieks, they make a short, very loud cry, for example because they are suddenly surprised, are in pain, or are laughing.
  12. dawdle

    |dɔ:dl
    [VERB] If you dawdle, you spend more time than is necessary going somewhere.

    Eleanor will be back any moment, if she doesn't dawdle.

    꾸물거리다.
  13. scamper

    |skӕmpə(r)
    [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.
  14. padlock

    |pӕdlɑ:k
    N. 맹꽁이자물쇠, V. 맹꽁이자물쇠로 잠그다.

  15. stoop

    stu:p
    • [NOUN] A stoop is a small platform at the door of a building, with steps leading up to it.
  16. stoop

    stu:p
    [VERB] If you stoop, you stand or walk with your shoulders bent forwards.

  17. unruly

    ʌn|ru:li
    [ADJ] If you describe people, especially children, as unruly, you mean that they behave badly and are difficult to control.
  18. squint
    • [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
  19. creak

    kri:k
    [VERB] If something creaks, it makes a short, high-pitched sound when it moves.The bed-springs creaked. 삐걱거리다.
  20. clatter

    |klӕtə(r)
    [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]
  21. grunt

    grʌnt
    [VERB] If you grunt, you make a low sound, especially because you are annoyed or not interested in something.

    (돼지가) 꿀꿀거리다.
  22. all legs
    (젊은이가) 너무 성장하여, 키가 멀쑥하니 큰
  23. dope

    doʊp
    [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.
  24. stomp

    stɑ:mp
    [VERB] If you stomp somewhere, you walk there with very heavy steps, often because you are angry.

    쿵쿵 거리며 걷다.
  25. tear-stained

    tɪr steɪnd
    Adjective특히 사람의 얼굴・뺨이 눈물에 젖은
  26. glowering

    glaʊə(r)
    • [ADJ] [usu ADJ n]
    • If you describe a person as glowering, you mean they look angry and bad tempered.

    노려보다.
  27. bel·low

    |beloʊ
    [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.
  28. sniff

    snɪf
    (vi) 코를 훌쩍이다.
  29. wail

    weɪl
    [VERB] If someone wails, they make long, loud, high-pitched cries which express sorrow or pain.

    울부짖다.
  30. disdainfully

    dɪs|deɪnfli
    adv. 경멸하여
  31. pest

    pest
    해충
  32. twirl 

    tw3:rl
    [VERB] If you twirl something or if it twirls, it turns around and around with a smooth, fairly fast movement.

  33. butt

    bʌt
    [NOUN] Someone's butt is their bottom.

    [VERB] If a person or animal butts you, they hit you with the top of their head.
  34. scoff

    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.
  35. belligerent 

    bə|lɪdƷərənt
    [ADJ] A belligerent person is hostile and aggressive.

    He was almost back to his belligerent mood of twelve months ago.
  36. brisk

    brɪsk
    [ADJ][usu ADJ n] A brisk activity or action is done quickly and in an energetic way.

    a brisk walk
  37. braid

    breɪd
    땋은 머리, 장식용 수술

  38. contented

    kən|tentɪd
    [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
  39. prop

    prɑ:p
    [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
  40. embroider

    ɪm|brɔɪdə(r)
    [VERB] If something such as clothing or cloth is embroidered with a design, the design is stitched into it.

  41. clench

    klentʃ
    [VERB] When you clench your fist or your fist clenches, you curl your fingers up tightly, usually because you are veryangry.
  42. fascination

    |fӕsɪ|neɪʃn
    [NOUN][oft N with/of/for n] Fascination is the state of being greatly interested in or delighted by something.
  43. chirp

    tʃ3:rp
    [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

    찍찍/짹짹 거리다.
  44. exasperation

    iɡzæ̀spəréiʃən
    격노, 분노

    [NOUN]Mahoney clenched his fist in exasperation
  45. prance

    prӕns
    [VERB] If someone prances around, they walk or move around with exaggerated movements, usually because they wantpeople to look at them and admire them.

    (과장되게) 활보하다.
  46. skirt

    sk3:rt
    Verb

    [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.
  47. shutter window
  48. wispy

    wɪspi
    [ADJ] If someone has wispy hair, their hair does not grow thickly on their head.

    • (촘촘하지 못하고) 몇가닥으로 된

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