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  1. misread
    잘못읽다,오해하다
  2. misconstrue
    • 오해하다
    • misjudge:assess::misconstrue:interpret
  3. miserly
    • 구두쇠같은
    • miserly:hoard::indolent:shirk
    • unscupulous:integrity::miserly:largesse
  4. hoard
    • 비축하다
    • miserly:hoard::indolent:shirk
  5. indolent
    • 게으른(돌처럼게으른)
    • misely:hoard::indolent:shirk
  6. shirk
    • 근무태만
    • miserly:hoard::indolent:shirk
    • parsimonious:skimp::malingering:shirk
  7. largesse
    • 후함
    • unscrupulous:integrity::miserly:largesse
  8. unscrupulous
    • 비양심적,부도덕한
    • unscrupulous:integrity::miserly:largesse
  9. skimp
    • a.인색한
    • v.지나치게 아끼다
    • parsimonious:skimp::malingering:shirk
  10. malingering
    • 근무태만의,꾀병의
    • parsimonious:skimp::malingering:shirk
  11. profuse
    • 과잉의
    • <>stinting,skimpy
  12. stinting
    • 인색한
    • <>profuse
  13. skimpy
    • 인색한,부족한
    • <>profuse
  14. thriftiness
    • 절약함
    • thriftiness:miserliness
  15. garner
    • 축적하다(accumulate)
    • <>disperse,dissipate
  16. disperse
    • 흩어지다
    • <>garner
  17. mockery
    • 조롱(scorn,ridicule,derision)
    • <>tribute,homage
  18. derision
    • 조롱
    • <>tribute,homage
  19. tribute
    • 찬사
    • <>diatribe
    • <>mockery
  20. homage
    • 경의(오마쥬)
    • <>disrespect
    • <>mockery
  21. contemptuous
    • 경멸하는
    • contemptuous:scornful
  22. scorn
    • 조롱,경멸
    • <>obeisance
  23. satire
    • 풍자
    • ridicule:satire::sorrow:elegy
    • elegy:lament:parody:ridicule
    • (comedy:please오답!!)
  24. expository
    • 설명적인
    • satirical:ridicule::expository:explain
  25. gibe
    • 조롱
    • gibe:derision::condolence:sympathy
  26. condolence
    • 애도
    • gibe:derision::condolence:sympathy
  27. jeer
    조롱하다
  28. momentous
    • "매우"중요한(extremely important, paramount, supreme)
    • <>paramount
  29. paramount
    • "매우"중요한
    • <>ancillary,subordinate,lowliest
  30. ancillary
    • 부차적인
    • <>paramount
  31. supreme
    • "매우"중요한
    • <>ignorable
  32. ignorable
    • 하찮은
    • <>supreme
  33. morbid
    • (몸,정신이)병든(상태)
    • <>hale,ruddy
  34. gaunt
    • 약한
    • <>hale(100%)
  35. ruddy
    • 홍조를 띠는, 혈색이 좋은
    • <>morbid
    • <>pale,pallid
  36. pallid*
    • 창백한
    • <>sparkling
  37. sparkling*
    • 생기있는
    • <>pallid
  38. nepotism
    • 족벌주의
    • nepotism:favoritism::embezzlement:fraud(2011.1)
    • nepotism:kinship::jingoism:nationality
  39. fovoritism
    • 편파적이득
    • nepotism:favoritism::embezzlement:fraud(2011.1)
  40. embezzlement
    • 횡령
    • nepotism:favoritism::embezzlement:fraud(2011.1)
  41. fraud
    • 사기
    • nepotism:favoritism::embezzlement:fraud(2011.1)
  42. kinship
    • 친족
    • nepotism:kinship::jingoism:nationality
    • (jingoism:nationalism은 오답!!)
  43. jingoism
    • 호전적애국주의
    • nepotism:kinship::jingoism:nationality
  44. chauvinism
    • 맹목적 애국심,국수주의
    • meticulousness:carefulness::chauvinism:fidelity
  45. fidelity
    • patriotism
    • meticulousness:carefulness::chauvinism:fidelity
  46. cause
    • 명분
    • patriot:country::partisan:cause
  47. nonchalant
    • 침착한(indifferent)
    • <>perturbed
  48. combustible
    • 화를 잘 내는
    • <>equable
  49. occluded
    • 막힌
    • <>unobstucted,not obstructed,unblocked,free
  50. occult
    • 신비로운,이해못하는,숨겨진
    • (veiled,hidden)
    • <>bare,readily fathomable,manifest,clear,apparent,patent
  51. ode
    • 칭송시
    • ode:poem::lecture:discourse
  52. discourse
    • 담화(세미나,lecture다포함)
    • ode:poem::lecture:discourse
  53. epic
    • 서사시
    • <>short(not legendary) narrative
    • epic:poem::saga:narrative
  54. saga
    • 서사소설
    • <>anecdote
    • epic:poem::saga:narrative
  55. ballad
    • 서정적노래
    • ballad:song::lyric:poem
  56. lyric
    • 서정시
    • ballad:song::lyric:poem
  57. overture
    • 서문
    • overture:introduction::anthem:praise
  58. opprobrious(2)
    • 1.비난하는(disgrace)
    • 2.비난할만한
    • <>approbing,irreproachable
  59. disgrace
    (도덕적으로)격없는
  60. opprobrium
    • 맹비난
    • opprobrium:grace
  61. outmoded
    • 오래된(passe)
    • <>futuristic
  62. in vogue
    • 유행중인
    • <>obsolete
  63. faddish
    • 잠깐 유행하는
    • <>classical
  64. immemorial
    • 정말 오래된(기억도 나지 않을정도로 오래된)
    • <>recent
  65. primordial
    • 원시시대의,정말오래된
    • <>recent
  66. palpate
    • "터치"해서 연구하다
    • palpate:touch::scrutinize:look
  67. imperceptible(2)
    • 1.인지할 수 없는
    • 2.미묘한,명백하지 않은
    • <>palpable,obvious,glaring
  68. palpable(3)
    • 1.만질 수 있는
    • 2.인지가쉬운
    • 3.명백한
    • <>imperceptible
  69. legible
    • 읽을 수 있는
    • perceivable:discern::decodable,legible:decipher
  70. cryptic
    • 은밀한,암호가 걸린
    • cipher:cryptic::precis:concise
  71. cipher
    • 암호
    • cipher:cryptic::precis:concise
  72. precis
    • 요약본
    • cipher:cryptic::precis:concise
  73. paltry
    • measly
    • paltry:covet::despicable:admire
    • paltry:consequence
  74. covet
    • 열망하다
    • paltry:covet::despicable:admire
  75. picayune
    하찮은
  76. strike
    • 메달을 찍어내다
    • strike:medal::mint:coin
  77. mint(2)
    • v.주조하다
    • n.거액
    • strike:medal::mint:coin
  78. palatable**(2)
    • 1.맛있는(ambrosial,savory,tasty) <> unsavory,unpleasant,indeletable
    • 2.기분좋은 <> repugnant,repellent,loathsome
  79. ambrosial*****
    맛있는
  80. toothsome
    • 맛있는
    • tastiness:toothsome::melodiousness:dulcet
  81. dulcet
    • 감미로운
    • tastiness:toothsome::melodiousness:dulcet
  82. unpalatable
    • 맛없는
    • <>delicious
  83. palpitate
    • "빠르게"고동치다(to beat rapidly,throb)
    • <>be calm
    • palpitate:beat::skyrocket:ascend/soar(2010.11)
  84. throb
    고동치다
  85. pulsate
    • 진동하다
    • pulsate:vibrating
  86. soar
    • 급등하다
    • palpitate:beat::skyrocket:ascend/soar(2010.11)
  87. paragon
    • best example
    • paragon:admirable::miscreant:despicable
    • paragon:admire:pariah:contempt
  88. miscreant
    • 악한
    • paragon:admirable::miscreant:despicable
  89. despicable
    • 비열한
    • paragon:admirable::miscreant:despicable
  90. pariah
    • 추방자
    • paragon:admire::pariah:contempt
  91. contempt
    • 경멸하다
    • paragon:admire::pariah:contempt
  92. pedagogue
    • 선생
    • pedagogue:instruct::comedian:amuse
    • pedagogue:teaching::ambassador:tact,finesse
    • pedagogical:teaching::fiscal:finance
  93. potter
    • 도공
    • artisan:potter::enterteiner:comedian
  94. artisan
    • 장인
    • artisan:potter::entertainter:comedian
  95. semanticist
    • 의미론자
    • financer:fund::semanticist:((word/meaning))
  96. pell-mell
    • 흐트러진,어지러운(helter-skelter,topsy-turby)
    • <>orderly
  97. helter-skelter
    허둥지둥하는,정신없는
  98. topsy-turby
    뒤죽박죽인
  99. placid
    • 평온한
    • <>chaotic
  100. regimentation
    • 정권화(organization의미 있음)
    • <>disorder, no regulation, disorganization
  101. decentralization
    • 분권화
    • <>concentration,accumulation,domination
  102. perfunctory
    • "열의없이 대충"하는
    • (cursory,slapdash)
    • perfunctory:depth::insolent:veneration
  103. cursory
    겉만 대충하는
  104. slapdash
    날림으로 하는
  105. insolent
    • 건방진
    • perfunctory:depth::insolent:veneration
  106. probe
    • 정밀조사하다
    • interrogate(grill):question::scrutinize,probe:observe::ponder:consider
  107. ponder
    • 심도있게 고려하다
    • interrrogate(grill):question::scrutinize,probe:observe::ponder:consider
  108. prospect
    • 채굴하다
    • investigate:evidence::prospect:mineral***(100%)
  109. mineral
    • 광물
    • investigate:evidence::prospect:mineral***(!00%)
  110. permute
    • 재배열하다(permutation:순열)
    • <>make stable, keep constant
    • condense:abridged::permute:changed,rearranged
  111. phlegmatic
    • 무기력한,무감정의,차분한
    • phlegmatic:stolidity::peripatetic:itinerancy
  112. stolidity
    • 무감정,무감각
    • phlegmatic:stolidity::peripatetic:itinerancy
  113. peripatetic
    • 방랑하는
    • phlegmatic:stolidity::peripatetic:itinerancy
  114. itinerancy
    • 순방,방랑
    • phlegmatic:stolidity::peripatetic:itinerancy
  115. brazen
    • 뻔뻔한
    • impassive:deadpan::brazen:impudent
  116. deadpan
    • 무표정한
    • impassive:deadpan::brazen:impudent
  117. impudent
    • 버릇없는,뻔뻔한
    • impassive:deadpan::brazen:impudent
  118. cavort
    • 신나서 뛰어다니다
    • cavort:sprightly::dodder:unsteady*(분기점문제!)
  119. dodder
    • 어설프게 걷다
    • cavort:sprightly::dodder:unsteady*(분기점 문제)
  120. perspicacious
    • 통찰력이 있는(penetrating,percipient,perceptive)
    • perspicacious:dupe::heroic:dastard
  121. dupe
    • 멍청이
    • perspicacious:dupe::heroic:dastard
  122. heroic
    • 영웅적인
    • perspicacious:dupe::heroic:dastard
  123. dastard
    • 겁쟁이
    • perspicacious:dupe::heroic:dastard
  124. percipient
    • 통찰력있는
    • insightful,percipient,perceptive:discernment::
  125. savvy
    지식있는
  126. shrewd
    기민한
  127. pinch
    • v.꼬집다,꼭집다
    • n.소량(very little)
    • pinch:quantity::peep:sound
  128. paucity
    • 소량
    • <>profusion
    • inanity:weight::glut:paucity
  129. inanity
    • 텅빔,어리석음(inane)
    • inanity:weight::glut:paucity
  130. glut
    • 대량
    • inanity:weight::glut:paucity
  131. peep
    • v.엿보다
    • n.삐약소리
    • pinch:quantity::peep:sound
  132. mite
    • 작은 조각상
    • mite:creature::speck:amount
  133. speck
    • 좁쌀만한양
    • mite:creature::speck:amount
  134. snippet
    • 단문
    • snippet:passage:modicum:amount
  135. pittance
    • 소량
    • pittance:wage::dearth:supply
  136. plethora
    • 대량
    • <>anemia,famine,starvation,scarcity,dearth,scantiness,deficiency,want,shortage
    • plethora:surplus,surfeit
  137. sate(satiate)
    • 배가 부를때까지 먹다, 꽉채우다
    • <>leave wanting
  138. satiety
    • 충분함
    • <>emptiness
  139. surfeit
    • 과잉
    • plethora:surplus,surfeit
  140. stingy
    • 구두쇠의
    • taciturn:talk::stingy:spend
  141. pliable
    • 유연한(flexible,easily influenced, easily persuaded)
    • pliable:influence::ticklish:offend
  142. calcification
    • 석회화, 딱딱해짐
    • <>flexibility(2010.5)
  143. flexibility
    • 유연성
    • <>rigidity
  144. calcify
    • 석회화하다, 딱딱해지다
    • <>make malleable
  145. viability
    • 생존능력
    • flexibility:bend::viability:survive
  146. ticklish
    • 쉽게 화내는
    • pliable:influence::ticklish:offend(자타)
  147. impressionable
    • 쉽게 영향받는
    • impressionable:influence(자타관계)
    • (cf.impressive:인상적인)
  148. ductile
    • 유연한(금속)
    • <>not bending,unyielding
  149. pliant
    • 유연한
    • <>inelastic
    • pliant:manipulate::marketable:sell
  150. marketable
    • 수요가 많은
    • pliant:manipulate::marketable:sell
  151. die
    • die:form,shape,stamp
  152. pompous
    • 오만+허풍의
    • pompous:confident::fawning:attentive
  153. pomp
    • 화려/오만한 과시/'식*'이 화려한
    • <>simplicity,informality*
  154. fawning
    • 아첨하는
    • pompous:confident::fawning:attentive
  155. attentive
    • 주의를 기울이는
    • pompous:confident::fawning:attentive
  156. blustering
    • 호통(loud & arrogant)
    • <>smooth,quiet
  157. grandiloquent
    • 허풍
    • grandiloquent:speech::gaudy:apparel
  158. gaudy
    • 화려하지만 싼티나는
    • grandiloquent:speech::gaudy:apparel
  159. magniloquence
    • 과장,허풍
    • >humble speech, plain speaking
  160. fustian
    • 허풍스러운 연극,어법
    • <>humble,moderate
    • bombastic:fustian::vile:turpitude
  161. vile
    • 비도덕적인
    • bombastic:fustian::vile:turpitude
  162. turpitude
    • 부정,부패
    • bombastic:fustian::vile:turpitude
  163. preclude
    • 방해하다(prevent,exclude)
    • <>make possible
  164. encompass(2)
    • 1.둘러싸다
    • 2.집어넣다<>exclude
  165. preeminent
    • "독보적으로"뛰어난(distinguished,outstanding,eminent)
    • preeminent:negligibility
  166. preponderant
    • 우세한
    • <>minor,lesser
  167. eclipse
    • 지우다,가리다
    • <>make distinctive,aggrandize
    • eclipse:prominence::bankruptcy:solvency
    • eclipse:prestige::enfeeble:vigor
  168. prominence
    • 중요함,명성
    • eclipse:prominence::bankruptcy:solvency

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