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fastidious

꼼꼼한, 까다로운 very attentive to and concerned about accuracy and detail ; fussy, finicky, demanding, painstaking, punctilious, scrupulous

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fastness

1. 요새 안전한 곳 a fortress, stronghold or secure place;bastion 2. 고정 fixedness, fixture 3. 신속 swiftness, speed

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fathom

1. 수심을 재다; 헤아리다 to understand, comprehend; to measure the depth of (water); scruntinize, 2. 면밀히 조사하다; 철저히 조사하다 3. 물의 깊이 측정 단위; 약 6피트

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unfathomable

오리무중인, 간과할 수 없는, 헤아릴 수 없는

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fatigue

피로, 피곤 extreme tiredness, typically resulting from mental or physical exertion or illness; languor, lethargy, enervation

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fatuous

어리석은, 바보같은 stupid; inane, idiotic, silly, foolish, absurd

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faultfinding

트집잡기 continual criticism, typically concerning trivial things

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favor

1. 편애하다 to give unfairly preferential treatment to; opt for 2. 호의를 보이다, 찬성하다 agree, approve of 3. 유리하다 work to the advantage of; benefit

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fawn

아부하다, 아양떨다 to seek or curry favor by flattery and obsequious behaviour; flatter, be sycophantic to, ingratiate oneself with

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faze

당황하게 하다, 곤란하게 하다 to disrupt the composure of; disconcert, embarrass, disconcert, dismay, muddle, abash, appall

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fazed

마음이 어수선한, 당황한 disconcerted, daunted, disturbed, worried

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fealty

(영주에 대한)충성 a feudal tenant's or vassal's sworn loyalty to a lord; formal acknowledgement of this; loyalty, allegiance, fidelity

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feasible

실행가능한 possible to do easily or conveniently; practicable

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feckless

1. 쓸모없는 lacking in efficiency or vitality, 무가치한, useless, worthless 2. 무책임한 irresponsible, idle, shiftless

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fecund

비옥한, 생산력이 있는, 풍성한 capable of producing an abundance of offspring or new growth; fertile, prolific, thriving, flourishing

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feeble

연약한 lacking physical strength, esp. as a result of age or illness; flimsy

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feign

가장하다, 꾸미다 to pretend or give false appearance; dissemble, stimulate, camouflage, masquerade, bluff

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feisty

적극적인, 원기왕성한 having or showing exuberance and strong determination; spirited

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ferocity

사나움, 광포함 fierceness; savagery, brutality

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ferret

찾다, 뒤지다 search out; dig and search; rummage

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fertile

1. 비옥한 capable of growing and developing, lush, fecund 2. 생산력이 풍부한 highly or continuously productive, fruitful, prolific

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fervent

열렬한 very enthusiastic, impassioned, passionate, fervid

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fervor

열성, 열렬 intense and passionate feeling; passion, ardor, avidity, zest

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fetching

매력적인 attractive, appealing, delightful, charming, captivating, enchanting, bonny, prepossessing

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fetid

악취가 나는 having an offensive ordor; rancid, malodorous, putrid, rank, repulsive

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fetter

족쇄를 채우다, 구속하다, 족쇄 to restrain with chains or manacles, typically around the ankles; shackle, manacle, handcuff

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feud

(두 집안 사이의 또는 여러 대에 걸친) 불화, 반복, 다툼 a bitter, often prolonged quarrel or state of enmity between two families or clans; vendetta

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fiasco

대실패 a thing that is a complete failure, esp. in a ludicrous or humiliating way; failure, disaster, catastrophe, debacle, shambles, mess, wreck

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fickle

변덕스런 changing frequently, esp. as regards one's loyalties, interests, or affection; capricious, mercurial

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fidelity

충성, 정조 faithfulness to a person, cause, or belief, demonstrated by continuing loyalty and support

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figurative

비유적인 based on or making use of figures of speech; metaphorical, nonliteral, symbolic, allegorical

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filibuster

의사진행 방해 an action such as a prolonged speech that obstructs progress in a legislative assembly while not technically contravening the required procedures.

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filthy

매우 더러운; 추잡한, 난잡한, 비열한 disgustingly dirty; obscene and offensive; grimy, muddy, slimy, sordid

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finale

공연의 마지막, 대미 the closing part, scene, or number in a public performance; culmination

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finesse

섬세한; 솜씨, 술책 delicacy and skillful handling; diplomacy

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finicky

몹시 까다로운 too fussy about food, clothing, etc.; fussy, fastidious, exacting, punctilious

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fiscal

재정의, 재무의, 회계의 of or relating to finance or finances; budgetary, financial

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fissure

1. (땅, 바위) 균열 a long, narrow opening or line of breakage made by cracking or splitting, esp. in rock or earth 2. 불화 a separation into subgroups or factions; a schism

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fit

1. 적당하다 be suitable, appropriate, compatible, pertinent 2. 발작 a seizure or convulsion, esp. one caused by epilepsy; blow, paroxysm

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fitful

불규칙적인, 발작적인 recurring irregularly, spasomatically or intermittently; intermittent, sporadic

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flabby

살이 축 늘어진, 허약한 soft, loose, and fleshy; not powerful or effective, flaccid, sagging

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flaccid

축늘어진; 무기력한 (of part of the body) soft and hanging loosely or limply, esp. so as to look or feel unpleasant; lacking force to effectiveness

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flag

약화되다 to decrease in force, wane in strength; wilt, ebb, dwindle

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flagrant

극악한, 악명높은; 불쾌하고 거슬리는 (of something) considered wrong or immoral) conspicuously or obviously offensive; atrocious, brazen, notorious, wicked

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flamboyant

눈부신, 화려한, 현란한 tending to attract attention because of their exuberance, confidence, and stylishness; noticeable because brightly colored, highly patterned, or unusual in style.

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flatter

추켜세우다, 알랑거리다, (찬사 등으로) 기쁘게 하다 to lavish insincere praise and compliments upon someone, esp. to further one's own interests; adulate, blandish, cajole, coax, court, fawn

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flaunt

자랑, 과시하다, 깃발이 펄럿이다 to exhibit ostentatiously or shamelessly; vaunt, brag about

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flay

1. 껍질을 벗기다 to strip off the skin or outer covering of; excoriate, peel, scalp, 2. 남을 깎아내리다, 혹평하다 to assail with stinging criticism; excoriate; rail, whip, castigate, pan, upbraid

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fledgling

풋나기(의), 애송이(의), 아기새 young, new, or inexperienced; embryonic, infant, nascent

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flee

도망가다; 빠르게 지나가다, 사라지다 to run away, as from trouble or danger; to pass swiftly away, vanish; abscond, elude

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fleeting

휙 지나가는, 순식간의, 덧없는 moving or passing swiftly; brief, momentary, transient, ephemeral, fugitive, evanscent

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flimsy

1. 부서지기 쉬운, 약한 comparatively light and insubstantial; easily damaged, disphanous 2. (주장이) 설득력이 없는 lacking plausibility; unconvincing

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fling

거칠게 내던지다; 버리다, 폐기하다 to throw with violence; to put or send suddenly or unexpectedly; to cast aside; to discard

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flippant

경박한, 성의 없는(가볍고 무례한) not showing a serious or respectful attitude; frivolous, cheeky, impertinent

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flit

휙 스치다 (지나가다) to move swiftly and lightly; dart, flutter

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float

부유하다, 뜨다 to rest or move on or near the surface of a liquid without sinking

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floppy

(옷이) 펄럭이는, 늘어진, 느슨한 tending to hang or move in a limp, loose, or ungainly way; flaccid, slack, flabby

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florid

1. 얼굴이 발그레한 flushed with rosy color; ruddy,rubicund 2. 장식이 너무 많은, 화려한 very ornate; flowery, aureate, rococo, flamboyant

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flounder

1. 간신히 나아가다 to proceed or act clumsily or ineffectually; stagger, stumble 2. 버둥거리다, 몸부림치다 to struggle or stagger helplessly or clumsily in water or mud; muddle

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flourish

번성하다 to develop rapidly and successfully; thrive, prosper, burgeon, proliferate, bloom

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flout

경멸하다, 비웃다, 멸시하다 to disregard (a rule, law or convention) openly; to mock, scoff; affront, deride

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fluctuate

변동하다 to rise and fall irregularly in number or amount; vary, seesaw, osciliate

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fluster

(특히 너무 많은 일로) 허둥지둥하게 만들다 to make nervous or confused; baffle, bewilder, daze

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flux

흐름, 끝없는 변동 action or process of flowing; continuous change; oscillation

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foe

적, 원수 a personal enemy, an enemy in war, an adversary; enemy, opponent

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foible

(별로 해롭지 않은) 기벽[약점] a minor character flaw; defect, fault

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foil

방해하다, 막다 to prevent from succeeding; thwart, frustrate, impede, hinder

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folly

어리석음, 우둔 lack of good sense; foolishness; idiocy, lunacy

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foment

선동하다, 자극하다 to instigate or stir up; instigate, incite, provoke, agitate, excite, whip up, urge

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foolhardy

무모한, 앞뒤 돌보지 않는 rash; reckless, precipitate, temerarious

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foot-dragging

지체, 더딤, 주저 reluctance or deliberate delay concerning a decision or action

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footloose

마음대로 할 수 있는, 구속없는 having no attachments or ties; free to do as one pleases

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for(e)swear

1.포기하다 to agree to give up or do without something 2. 위증하다 swear falsely; to commit perjury

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forage

(식량) 찾아 헤매다 to wander in search of food or provisions

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forbear

삼가하다, 인내하다 refrain from, abstain from

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forceful

강력한 strong and assertive; vigorous and powerful

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forebode

전조가 되다 to warn of indicate (an event, result, etc) in advance

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foreknowledge

선지,예지, 통찰력 the knowledge before it actually happens

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foreshadow

전조가 되다 to present an indication or a suggestion of beforehand

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forestall

~을 미연에 방지하다, 기선을 제압하다 to delay, hinder, or prevent by taking precautionary measures beforehand; preclude, prevent

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forfeit

몰수(박탈)당하다; 포기하다 to give up a right or possession as a penalty for a mistake or offense

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forge

1. 위조하다 to fashion or reproduce for fraudulent purposes 2. (철을)벼리다, 주조하다 to from (metal, for example) by heating in a forge and beating or hammering into shape 3. 꾸준히 나아가다 to advance gradually but steadily

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forgive

1. 용서하다 to excuse for a fault or an offense; pardon 2. 빚을 면제하다 to absolve from payment of(a debt, for example)

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forgo

(하고, 갖고 싶은 것을) 포기하다; ~없이 지내다 to do without or give up

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forlorn

버림받은, 절망적인 pitfully sad and abandoned or lonely; hopeless

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formidable

겁먹게 하는, 위협적인, 경외감을 갖게 하는 inspiring fear or respect through being impressively large, powerful, intense or capable

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formulaic

도식적인, 공식에만 따른 produced in accordance with a slavishly followed rule or style

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forsake

버리다 to give up, leave, or renounce someone or something; abandon

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forthcoming

1. 다가오는, 임박한 about to happen in the near future 2. 솔직한 characterized by openness, candidness, and forthrightness

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fortuitous

우연한; randon; happening by accident or chance rather than design

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forward

1. 앞으로의, 앞쪽에 있는 at or near or directed toward the front 2. 뻔뻔한, 건방진 used of temperament or behavior; lacking restraint or modesty

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foster

1. 기르다 to bring up, nurture, bear and foster offspring 2. 촉진, 육성, 발전시키다 to promote the growth and development of

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foul

불쾌하고 역겨운; (날씨) 사나운, 나쁜; (사람, 언행) 사악한, 부도덕한, 저속한 very disagreement or unpleasant; (of the weather) wet and stormy; wicked or immoral