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alleviate

v. 달래다

[ n. alleviation]

: lessen, relieve

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allegiance

n. 충성, 맹세

: loyalty, fidelity

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allude

v. 암시하다

[ n. allusion, a allusive]

: mention or refer indirectly

4

aloof

a. 내성적인

= remote, distant, reserved, standoffish, introvert

# extrovert

: uninvolved

5

ambinguous

a. 애매한, 1가지이상의 의미를 가진

= unclear, vague

[ n. ambiguity]

: having more than one meaning

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ambivalence

n. 양면가치, 갈팡질팡

= indecisiveness

[ n. ambivalent]

: presence of two opposing ideas

7

amble

v. 천천히 걷다

: walk slowly, saunter

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ameliorate

v. 개선하다

= improve, meliorate

# aggravate

[ n. amelioration]

: make better

cf) -melio: 개선관련된

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amenable

a. 순종적인

= tractable

# docile

[ n. amenability]

: willing to cooperate

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amiable

a. 친구같은, 싹싹한

[ n. amiability]

: pleasant, friendly, amicable

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ample

a. 풍부한

[ v. amplify, n. amplitude]

: more than enough

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ancillary

a. 보조적인, 부수적인

= accessory, supplementary, subordinate, auxiliary

: additional, in a position of lesser importance

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annihilate

v. 전멸시키다

[ n. annihilation]

: destroy something completely

14

annotate

v. 짧은 해설이나 주석을 달다

[ n. annotation]

: add notes to something

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annul

v. 무효화시키다.

= nullify, abolish, abrogate

: make invalid

cf) ref. null

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anomalous

a. 비정상적인

= abnormal, atypical, aberrant

[ n. anomaly]

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antagonize

v. 적대감을 일으키다

[ a. antagonistic, n. antagonism]

: arouse somebody's hosility

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apathetic

a. 무관심한

= indifferent, incurious

[ n. apathy]

: not taking any interest

cf) n. indifference

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aplomb

n. 평상심을 유지하다

# agitation

: self-confident assurance

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apologist

n. 옹호하는 사람

: a person who argue in defense

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apostasy

n. 배교(종교를 배신)

# votary

[ n. apostate]

: renunciation of faith

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appall

v. 오싹하게 하다

[ n. appalling]

: fill with consternation, horrify

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appease

v. 달래다

[ n. appeasing]

: soothe, satisfy need

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applaud*

v. 칭찬하다, 승인하다*

[ n. applause]

: praise, express approval

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apposite

a. 적절한

: relevant, pertinent, gemance

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appraise

v. 평가하다

[ n. appraisal]

: evaluate

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apprise

v. 통지하다

: inform

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apprehension

n. 걱정

# misapprehension

: a feeling of anxiety or fear, ability to understand

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appreciate

v. 감사하다. 식별하다

[ n. appreciation]

: be grateful, recognize value of

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approbation

n. 승인

[ v. approbate]

: approval

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appropriate

v, a. 강탈하다, 도둑질하다 ; (적절한)

[ n. appropriation(강탈, 도둑질)]

: take or use something forcefully or without permission; suitable

cf) 원래는 '허락없이 쓰는'이라는 의미도 가지나, GRE에서는 강탈하다 라는 뜻으로 쓴다.; appropriation은 적절이라는 뜻을 갖지 않는다.

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apropos

a. 적절한, 알맞은

= suitable, "fit", "fitting", "befitting", apt, applicable

: appropriate

cf) fit, fitting, befitting은 같지만, fitful은 다르다.

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aptitude

n. 적절한(능력)

# incapacity

[ a. apt]

: ability, capacity

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arbiter

n. 중재자

[ v. arbitrate, n. arbitrator]

: somebody who has the power to settle a dispute

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arbitrary

a. 그때그때 기분에 따라서, 제멋대로(안좋은 늬앙스)

# logically determined

: based on personal whim

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arcane

a. 1)소수만 아는 2)비밀의 3)난해한

= abstruse, secret, esoteric

: known or understood by only few

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argot

n. 전문용어

= jargon

# standard language

: specialist language, terminology

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aristocratic

a. 귀족의, 귀족사회의

[ n. aristocracy]

: of or about established wealth or nobility

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arouse

v. 일으키다

[ n. arousal]

: rouse, awaken, stimulate

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articulate

v. 똑똑히 말하다

= enunciate

# mumble, mutter, murmur / stammer, stutter

: speak distictly, speak intelligibly

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artful

a. "속이는", 기술적인

= "cunning", "crafty"

: skillful, performed with cleverness

cf) ref. artisan - craftsperson, master

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artifice

n. 속임수

= trickery

: clever trick

cf) artifact(인공물, 사람이 만든 것은 모두 다 e.g. 선사시대 토기, 핸드폰 등..)

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artless

a. 꾸밈없는, 속임없는, (사람의 행동을 꾸미지 않아서) 예의없는. (+사물 : 다듬지 않은, 거친)

= "inelegant", "pooly made"

: totally natural, without deception

cf) crude(사람, 사물 모두 가능), rude

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ascend

v. 상승하다, 우세하다

= mount(S.E)

# descend

[ n. ascent, ascendancy, a. ascendant]

: move upward, take up important position

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aside

n. 여담

: digression; away or to one side

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assent

v. 응하다, 동의하다

= consent, accede, accord

# dissent

: agree to something

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asserverate

v. 진지하게 주장하다

= affirm, assert

: state somthing earnestly or seriouly

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assiduous

a. 부지런한

= diligent, unceasing, persistent

[ n. assiduity]

: very careful

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assimilate

v. 동화시키다

: incorporate, fit in, make similar

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assuage

v. 달래다

= allay, alleviate, appease

: sooth

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assume

v. 가정하다; 떠맡다

# abdicate

[ n. assumption]

: presume, undertake

cf) ref. usurp(지위나 직책강탈)

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assuming

a. 오만한

# unassuming, humble

: arrogant

cf) arrogant > confident

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astute

a. 통찰력 있는

: acute, judicious

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atrophy

n, v. 수축, 퇴화시키다

# development

: weaken, lesson

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attenuate

v. 두께를 줄이다

: make thinner or weaker

cf) -tenu: thin

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attribute

v, n. ~때문이다; 특징

= ascribe; feature, trait, property

: relate to a particular cause or source; quality or characteristic

57

augment

v. 증가

[ n. augmentation]

: increase

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auspicious

a. 길조, 우호적인

: attended by favorable circumstances

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austere

a. 엄격한; 장식이 없는; 검소한, 절제

[ n. authenticity]

: sever, stric, plain in design, simple, without luxury

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authentic

a. 진짜의

= genuine

# artificial, spurious

[ n. authenticity]

: not false or copied

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autocracy

n, v. 독재

[ a. autocratic]

: rule by one person

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autonomy

n. 자율

[ a. autonomous]

: self-government and political independence

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avarice

n. 탐욕

[ a. avaricious]

: greed, cupidity

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aversion

n. 혐오

= abhorrence

[ a. averse(혐오하는, 내가 혐오하다, 혐오시키다 아님)]

: great dislike

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avid

a. ~에 꽃히다

[ n. avidity]

: having unbounded enthusiasm

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avow

v. 수긍, 승인하다

# deny, disavow

[ n. avowal]

: acknowledge, concede

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axiomatic

a. 자명한, 환전 사실임

[ n. axiom]

: self-evident, self-evidently true

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baffle

v . 혼동시키다, 헷갈림

: puzzle, perplex

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bale

n. 정신적인 고통

# joy

[ a. baleful]

: evil, mental suffering

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bane

n. 파멸의 원인, 독

[ a. baneful]

: something that causes ruin or misery, poison

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balk

v. 고집센

# move willingly ahead

[ a. balky]

: refuse to go on

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balmy

a. 부드러운 위로가 되는

[ n. balm(완화제)=emollient, salve]

: pleasantly mild

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banal

a. 진부한

= trite, cliche

[ n. banality]

: boringly commonplace, lacking in originality

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bankruptcy

n. 파산, 파탄

: being bankrupt, total depletion or ruined state

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barren

a. 결실없는

= infertile, sterile, unproductive, unfruitful, tutile