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noisome

불쾌환, 해로운, 악취가 나는 disagreeable; unpleasant; having an extremely offensive smell; fetid, malodorous

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nomad

유목민, 방랑자 a person with no fixed residence who roams about; rambler, roamer, wanderer, meander

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nominal

이름만의, 명목상의 in name only; insignificant

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nominate

(중요한 역할, 수상자, 지위 등의 후보자로) 지명(추천)하다 to propose someone as a candidate for an elected office

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nonchalant

걱정근심없는, 무사태평한, 무심한, 태연한 (of a person or manner) casually clam and relaxed; not displaying anxiety, interest, or enthusiasm; unconcerned, indifferent, blase, insouciant

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noncommittal

분명한 의견을 표명하지 않은, 애매한, 확실하지 않은, 중립적인 not expressing or revealing commitment to a definite opinion or course of action

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nonconformity

(표준, 전통, 규칙, 법률 등) 따르지 않음, 불순응, 불일치 refusal or failure to conform to accepted standards, conventions, rules, or laws, unconventionality; lack of agreement; disagreement, unorthodoxy

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nondescript

뚜럿한 특징이 없는 lacking distinctive or interesting features or characteristics; ordinary

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nonentity

있으나 마나한 인간 혹은 사물 a person or thing with no special or interesting qualities; an unimportant person or thing; mediocrity

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nonplus

어찌할 줄 모르게 하다, 당황(혼란) 스럽게 하다 to surprise and confuse someone so much that they are unsure how to react; embarrass

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notch

1. (V자형 모양) 새김눈 a V-shaped cut 2. 급, 단계 such a cut used for keeping a record

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notoriety

(악명으로) 유명함 state of being famous or well known, typically for some bad quality or deed 2. 악명, 악평

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novice

초보자 a person new to or inexperienced in a field or situation

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noxious

유독한,유해한, 불쾌한 harmful, poisonous, or very unpleasant; nocuous

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nuance

미묘한 차이 a subtle difference in or shade of meaning, expression, or sound

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nugatory

중요하지 않은, 하찮은, 적은 of no value or importance, futile, meager, paltry, minute

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nuisance

귀찮은 것, 성가신 것, 폐 a person, thing, or curcumstance causing inconvenience or annoyance

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nullify

무효화하다, 취소하다, 철회하다 to make legally null and void; to invalidate; annul

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numb

1. 마비된 deprived of the power to feel or move normally; benumbed 2. 마비시키다 to make or become numb

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numberless

셀 수 없이 많은 too many to be counted; innumerable, countless, untold, myriad

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nurture

양육하다, 돌보다 to care for and encourage the growth or development of

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oafish

우둔한, 바보의 stupid,loutish,Neanderthal <> sapient

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obdurate

고집센 stubbornly refusing to change one's opinion; mulish, pigheaded, dogged

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obeisant

정중한 showing deferential respect; regarding, respectful, reverent

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obese

비만의 very overweight; corpulent

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obfuscate

애매하게(혼란스럽게) 만들다 to render obscure, unclear, or unintelligible; to bewilder; confuse, bewilder, nonplus <> elucidate

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obliging

친절한, 상냥한, 남을 기꺼이 도우려하는 willing to do a service or kindness; helpful, complaisant

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oblique

기울어진, 비스듬한; 완곡한, 모호한; 부정한, 잘못된 sloping, slanting; indirect and evasive; devious, underhanded

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obliterate

완전제거하다, (흔적을) 지우다 to destroy utterly; to wipe out; erase, eradicate, expunge, efface

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oblivion

망각, 모르는 상태, 잊혀진 상태 the condition or quality of being completely forgotten

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oblivious

알아채지 못한, 염두에 없는, 망각한, 부주의한 not aware of or not concerned about what is happening around one.; heedless

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obloquy

악평, 비난 abusively detractive language or utterance; calumny

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obscenity

저속한 행동, 말 the state of or quality of being obscene; obscene behavior, language, or images

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obscure

1. 불명확하게 하다 to make unclear and difficult to understand 2. 불명확한; 유명하지 않은 uncertain, not clearly expressed; not prominent or famous

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obsequious

아부하는 obedient or attentive to an excessive or servile degree; sycophantic fawning, groveling

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observant

지각력이 예민한, 기민한 quick to notice things; sharp-eyed, sharp, watchful

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obsolescene

쇠퇴함, 퇴행 state of being obsolete; decline, degeneration

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obsolete

구식의, 못쓰게 된 no longer in use or no longer useful, no longer current; outdated, outmoded, old-fashioned, demode, passe,; superannuated

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obstinate

완고한, 완강한, 고집센 stubbornly refusing to change one's opinion or chose course of action, despite attempts to persuade one to do so; intractable, obdurate, mulish, pigheaded

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obstreperous

통제가 안되는, 시끄러운, 떠들석한, 말이 길길이 날뛰는 noisy and difficult to control

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obstructionist

(입법행위) 의사방해자 one who systematically blocks or interrupts a process

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obtrusive

돌출한, 눈에 거슬리는; 나서는, 주제넘은 noticeable or prominent in an unwelcome or intrusive way; conspicuous, prominent, noticeable, obvious; intrusive

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obtuse

둔한, 이해가 매우 느린, 뭉퉁한, 둔한 annoyingly slow to understand; not sharp, pointed, or acute in form; blunt <> acute

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obviate

미리 막다, 피하다; (필요성이나 어려움) 제거하다 prevent, avoid, remove (a need or difficulty)

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occlude

닫다, (통로, 틈새 등을) 막다, (빛을) 보이지 않게 차단하다 to cause to become closed; obstruct; to prevent the passage of

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occult

숨겨진, 눈에 보이지 않는, 초자연적인, 불가사의한 beyond the range of ordinary knowledge or experience; mysterious

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odious

몹시 불쾌한, 혐오스런 extremely unpleasant; repulsive

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offbeat

색다른 unconventional; unusual

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offend

불쾌하게 하다 to cause displeasure, anger, resentment, or wounded feelings in

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offhand

즉흥적인, 즉석에서, 준비없이 performed or expressed without preparation or forethought; extemporaneous, extemporary, extempore, impromptu, unrehearsed <> deliberately

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officious

참견이 심한 objectionably eager in offering one's requested and unwanted services, help, or advice; meddlesome

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offset

상쇄하다 to counterbalance, counteract, or compensate for

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omnipotent

전능한 (of a deity) having unlimited power; able to do anything

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onerous

힘든, 성가신, 귀찮은 (of a task, duty, or responsibility) involving an amount of effort and difficulty that is oppressively burdensome, difficult, hard

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onset

(특히 불쾌한 일의) 시작 the beginning of something, esp. something unpleasant

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opaque

불투명한; 불분명한, 이해하기 힘든 not able to be seen through; not transparent

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opportune

(시기, 시간) 적절한 (of a time) well-chosen or particulary favorable or appropriate, done or occuring at a favorable or useful time; well-timed

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opporunistic

기회주의적인 taking immediate advantage, often unethically, of any circumstance of possible benefit

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opprobrium

불명예, 비난 harsh criticism or censure; the public disgrace arising from someone's shameful conduct; odium, obloquy

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opulent

부유한, 풍성한 obstentatiously rich and luxurious or lavish

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oracle

계시, (신탁) 예언자

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orator

웅변간, 대중연설가 a public spearker, esp. one who is eloquent or skilled

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orient

1. (~을) 지향하게 하다; (특정 목적에) 맞추다 to focus (the content of a story of film, for example) toward the concerns and interests of a specific group 2. (새로운 상황에)적응하다(익숙해지다) to make familiar with or adjusted to facts, principles, or a situation

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orthodox

정설, 정교의 adhering to the accepted or traditional and established faith, esp. in religion; canonical, authentic

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oscillate

진동하다, 주저하다, 흔들리다 to move or swing back and forth at a regular speed; to waver between extremes of opinion, action; vacillate

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ossify

골화되다; 보수화되다 to change into bone, become bony; to become set in a rigidly conentional pattern

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ostensible

표면적으로는 pretended or seeming; apparent or evident

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ostentatious

자랑/과시하는, 허세부리는 characterized by vulgar or pretentious display; designed to impress or attract notice

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ostracize

추방하다 to exclude someone from a society or group

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oust

(지위, 장소에서) 내쫓다, 축출하다 drive out or expel someone from a position or place; force out

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outcome

결과 an end result; a consequence

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outdated

구식의 out-of-date; old-fashioned; obsolete

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outlandish

별난, 기이한, 희한한; 이국적인 looking or sounding bizarre or strikingly unfamiliar; foreign, alien

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outlaw

1. 범법자, 무법자 a person who has broken the law, esp. one who remains at large or is a fugitive 2. 금하다 to place under a ban; prohibit

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outmoded

구식의 old-fashioned; obsolete, outdated, dated

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outspoken

노골적으로(거침없이) 말하는; 솔직한 spoken without reserve; candid, frank and unreserved in speech

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outstrip

능가하다, 뛰어나다 to leave behind; outrun, to exceed our surpass

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overbearing

1. 고압적인, 거만한 domieering in manner, arrogant 2. 압도적인 overwhelming in power of significance, predominant

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overhaul

1. 정밀점검하다; 전면 개보수하다 to examine or go over carefully for needed repairs; to make extensive renovations or revisions on; to renovate 2. (경주에서) 앞지르다 to catch up with

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overpower

1. 제압하다 to overcome or vanquish by superior force; subdue 2. 압도하다, 사로잡다 to affect so strongly as to make helpless or ineffective ; overwhelm

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override

1. 기각하다 to use one's authority to reject or cancel (a decision, view, etc.) 2. ~보다 더 중요하다, ~보다 우선하다 to be more important than

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overriding

가장 중요한, 최우선의 first in priority; more important than all others

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overrule

(결정 등) 뒤엎다, 파기하다 to disallow the action or arguments of, esp. b virtue of higher authority

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overshadow

(~의 그늘에 가려) 빛을 잃게(무색하게) 만들다 to cast a shadow over; darken or obscure; to make insignificant by comparison

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overt

공공연한, 명백한, 숨김없는 done or shown openly; plainly or readily apparent, not secret or hidden <> covert

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overwhelming

압도적인 overpowering in effect or strength

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pacify

달래다, 진정시키다 to quell the anger, agitation, or excitement of; placate, make peaceful

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paean

찬가 a song of praise or triumph; encomium <> odium, opprobrium, obloquy

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painstaking

애쓰는, 수고를 아끼지 않는, 면밀한, 철저한 done with or employing great care and thoroughness; careful, meticulous, thorough, assiduous

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palatable

1. 맛있는 (of food or drink) pleasant to taste 2. 마음에 드는, 구미에 맞는 acceptable or agreeable to the mind or sensibilities

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palatial

궁전같이 웅장하고 멋진 resembling a palace in being spacious and splendid

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palliate

(병을 치료하지 않고) 증상만 완화시키다 to make a disease or its symptoms less severe or unpleasant without removing the cause

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pallid

(얼굴) 창백한 (of a person's face) pale, typically because of poor health