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  1. Adaptable
    adj. Flexible, adjustable, malleable  융통성 있는, 적응성 있는

    The comedian's style was adaptable to different types of audiences.
  2. Adhesion
    n. Getting together, sticking together    달라붙음, 부착.

    Sticky notes are a popular use of technology in adhesion.
  3. blame
    v. incriminate, reproach, censure, condemn  비난하다

    people blamed authorities for the food shortages.
  4. chaotic
    adj. disorganized, disordered, anarchic   무질서한

    Kindergarten classes can become chaotic if the children are not constantly engaged in some form of activity.
  5. Comprehend
    v. grasp, percieve, apprehend        이해하다

    It took the police officer a few minutes to comprehend what the frantic woman was trying to say.
  6. decided
    adj. obvious, definite, resolute, determined.  분명한, 단호한

    Analysts thought it was decided that the stock market would decline due to poor economic news.
  7. Displace
    v. supplant, replace                대체하다

    The television had displaced the radio in American living rooms by 1960.
  8. enclose
    v. surround, circle, encompass        에워싸다

    The cultivated land was enclosed by a strong high fence to keep the wild animals out.
  9. entail
    v. involve, require        ~을 수반하다

    Farming has always entailed the willingness to accept risk and to put in long hours of labor.
  10. excel
    v. be superior to, surpass, outdo transcend   능가하다, 빼어나다

    Children who excel their peers in school are often eligible for special academic programs.
  11. expend
    v. use, spend        (시간, 노력등을) 쓰다, 들이다

    Athletes expend more energy in hot and humid weather.
  12. facility
    n. aptitude, skill, ability                 재능, 소질

    Erika has a natural facility for playing the piano
  13. genre
    n. sort, kind, type, style         장르, 유형
  14. illustrate
    v. represent, picture               묘사하다
  15. infrastructure
    n. foundation, base, basis, groundwork.  사회기반시설, 기반, 하부구조

    Beijing should enourage more investment in agriculture, technology, and infrastructure.
  16. inhibit
    v. hinder, limit, ban, prohibit, forbid   억제하다, 금지하다

    Some factors in Chinese tradition seriously inhibited artistic imagination.
  17. involve
    v. include, entail    ~을 수반하다
  18. lease
    v. rent, hire, charter  임차하다

    some people prefer to lease rather than buy a car.
  19. likewise
    adv. also, as well, similarly    또한, 마찬가지로

    The German government has likewise supported research prohects for the quantum particle accelerator in Switzerland.
  20. limited
    adj. narrow, confined, restricted   제한된
  21. lodge in
    Phr. embed, implant      박다, 꽂아 넣다, ~에 박히다

    A large stone was lodged in the wall.
  22. mingle
    v. unite, mix, blend      섞이다, 혼합되다, 어우러지다

    John mingled among the party guests, meeting new people and socializing with old friends.
  23. obligation
    n. requirement, duty, responsibility  의무

    The French Border Police shares the obligation of security at all airports in France.
  24. oblige
    v. require, compel, force impel     강요하다

    The law obliged us to pay heavy taxes.
  25. offer
    v. present, proffer, tender     제공하다, 제안하다
  26. on occasion
    phr. occasionally, periodically.     가끔

    On occasion Miguel's friend Heather calls to have coffee, but usually they rarely see each other.
  27. pare
    v. peel, skin, reduce, whittle, trim   껍질을 벗기다, 삭감하다

    The chef pared the carrots and then cut them into cubes.
  28. predominately
    adv. primarily, predomintly, chiefly  주로, 지배적이다

    Native Americans have been predominately powerless economically and politically.
  29. preordained
    adj. determined beforehand, predestined  (신,운명등이) 예정된

    People have no free will - everything in our lives has been preordained.
  30. render (3)
    v. 1. make        ~가 되게 하다, (어떤 생태가 되게) 만들다 (하다)

    Tom's back injury rendered him physically unable to work.

    v. 2. provide, give, afford, impart   주다

    The government rendered the Cuban refugees all necessary assistance.

    v. 3. represent       ~을 표현하다.

    The New York Poets rendered experience as pure phenomenon rather than as representative subject.
  31. renown
    n. fame, repute, distinction, reputation  명성

    Michael had gained renown as a gymnast at Harvard College.
  32. repel
    v. drive away, repulse, parry (공격 대상을) 격퇴하다, 물리치다

    Truman decided to act boldly to repel the aggressors.
  33. sanitation
    n. health, hygiene                    위생시설, 공중위생
  34. scorching
    adj. exceedingly hot, boiling, broiling  그슬리다, 몹시 뜨거운

    The travelers had a hard time adapting to the scorching desert climate.
  35. secluded
    adj. remote, isolated, solitary      외딴, 한적한

    Tired of crowds, Janice chose to stay on a secluded beach.
  36. spare (2)
    v. 1. save, economize      절약하다

    Ian spent all the time he could spare from his duties studying physics.

    v. 2. give, afford, allow    주다, (시간을) 할애하다

    Irene tried to find time to spare for The Literacy Project.
  37. stimulating
    adj. restorative, refreshing, inspiring  활기 를 주는, 자극이 되는, 고무적인

    A cut in interest rates had a stimulating effect on the economy.
  38. typify
    v. represent, embody, symbolize  대표하다, 특징을 나타내다.

    The art of bali is typified by strong colors and dramatic movement.
  39. wholesale
    adj. extensive, indiscriminate    도매의, 대규모의

    1967 was the year of a wholesale assault on morality and values.

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Day 12
2014-03-31 19:53:38

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