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segment

The other day, I joined NPR for a segment about high-tech holiday gifts.
[NOUN] [N of n] A segment of something is one part of it, considered separately from the rest. 라디오 프로

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brush up on

I’d brushed up on cameras, phones, laptops, music players and game consoles. I’d brushed up on cameras, phones, laptops, music players and game consoles.
*to study or practise something in order to get back the skill or knowledge that you had in the past but have not used for some time

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저는 티비(나 컴퓨터) 보는 시간을 정하는 것이나, 디지털 중독, 사이버왕따에 대해 이야기할 준비가 되어있었습니다.

I was prepared to talk about limiting screen time, digital addiction, cyberbullying.
*screen time: 스크린에 노출되는 시간(TV보는 시간, 컴퓨터 사용시간)

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이 시장바닥은 태블릿이 완전 유행입니다.

The marketplace has gone tablet-crazy.

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venerable [venərəbəl] 1

There’s the venerable iPad, of course.
[ADJ] [usu ADJ n] Something that is venerable is impressive because it is old or important historically.

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practically [præktɪkəli] 1

There’s practically a different model for every man, woman and child.
[ADV] [ADV adj/-ed] You use practically to describe something which involves real actions or events rather than ideas or theories.

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crop [krɒp]

There’s a new crop of black-and-white e-book readers.
[NOUN] [N of n] [INFORMAL] You can refer to a group of people or things that have appeared together as a crop of people or things.

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keep tabs on

So how are you, the confused consumer, supposed to keep tabs on all these tablets?
*watch somebody/something very carefully; keep informed about somebody/something

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dirt-cheap

knockoff [nɒkɒf] 1

no-name (brand)

DIRT-CHEAP KNOCKOFFS You can find no-name tablets for $100 or even less.
[ADJ] [emphasis, INFORMAL] If you say that something is dirt-cheap, you are emphasizing that it is very cheap indeed.
[NOUN] [INFORMAL] A knockoff is a cheap copy of a well-known product.
*A cheap, low quality, bad brand of foods and other items.

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polish [pɒlɪʃ]1

They don’t have the apps, the features, the polish or the pleasure of the nicer ones.
[NOUN] [approval] If you say that a performance or piece of work has polish, you mean that it is of a very high standard.

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bother with [bɒðər] 1

lesser

Don’t bother with the lesser brands.
[VERB] [with brd-neg] If you do not bother to do something or if you do not bother with it, you do not do it,
[ADJ] [ADJ n, the ADJ of n] You can use lesser to refer to something or someone that is less important than other things or people of the same type. 격떨어지는

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lock into [lɒk] 1

proprietary [prəpraɪəteri]2

obsolescence

if you’re going to get locked into one company’s proprietary, copy-protected book format, you’ll reduce your chances of library obsolescence if you stick with Amazon or Barnes & Noble.
[VERB] If you lock something in a particular position or if it lock there, it is held or fitted firmly in that position.
[ADJ] [ADJ n] [FORMAL] Proprietary substances or products are sold under a trade name.
[NOUN] Obsolescence is the state of being no longer needed because something newer or more efficient has been invented.

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아마존과 반디엔노블주 각각은 기능적으로 이북리더와 아이패드 중간쯤에 해당하는 7인치 테블릿을 팔고 있습니다.

Amazon and B.& N. each sell a seven-inch tablet that, functionally, lands somewhere between an e-book reader and an iPad.
*land somewhere between

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full-blown

ilk [ɪlk] 1

add-on

They’re nowhere near as capable as full-blown, computerlike tablets of the iPad/Nexus ilk, mainly because there are so few apps, accessories and add-ons.
[ADJ] Full-blown means having all the characteristics of a particular type of thing or person.
[NOUN] If you talk about people or things of the same ilk, you mean people or things of the same type as a person or thing that has been mentioned.
[NOUN] An add-on is an extra piece of equipment, especially computer equipment, that can be added to a larger one which you already own in order to improve its performance or its usefulness.

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눅HD가 적절합니다/ 눅HD를 고르세요(가지세요)

The Nook HD is the one to get.
*the one to get

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이것은 훨씬 더 선명한 스크린을 가지고 있습니다,.

It has a much sharper screen.
*sharp 선명한

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wall charger

And the $200 price includes a wall charger (the Fire doesn’t) and no ads (the Fire does).
[NOUN] A charger is a device used for charging or recharging batteries.

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다시, 반디엔노블즈는 라이벌인 9인치 킨들파이어 HD 보다 더 좋은 사양을 제공한다.

Here again, B.& N. offers a better value than its 9-inch Kindle Fire HD rival.
*its 9-inch Kindle Fire Hd rival

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slouch

Amazon’s 9-incher is no slouch, either, although it costs $30 more (or $50 more to get rid of the ads).
[VERB] If someone slouches, they sit or stand with their shoulders and head bent so they look lazy and unattractive.

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loaded

The company now sells two tablets, the Nexus 7 (7-inch screen) and the fast, loaded Nexus 10 (10-inch screen), manufactured under Google’s supervision by Asus and Samsung.
[ADJ] [usu v-link ADJ, usu ADJ with n] If something is loaded with a particular characteristic, it has that characteristic to a very great degree. (무거운)

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정확하게 따져보자면, 그것은 아이패드의 레티나 디스플레이보다 화소수가 더 많습니다. 비록 그 차이를 구분하기는 어렵지만 말입니다.

Technically, it packs in even more dots per inch than the iPad’s Retina display, although you can’t really see a difference.
*Technically:[ADV] If something is technically the case, it is the case according to a strict interpretation of facts, laws, or rules, but may not be important or relevant in a particular situation.

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fling A into the ring[flɪŋ]

Samsung is also flinging Android tablets into the ring.
[VERB] If you fling something somewhere, you throw it there using a lot of force.

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그것(삼성)의 갤럭시 노트 태블릿은 스타일러스가 딸려 있습니다.

Its Galaxy Note tablets come with a stylus.
*come with: to be included with or as part of something

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hastily

rejigger [ri:dʒɪgər]1 2

The apps that exist are often hastily rejiggered versions of Android phone apps, rather than apps thoughtfully designed for the bigger screen.
. [ADJ] [usu ADJ n] A hasty movement, action, or statement is sudden, and often done in reaction to something that has just happened.
[VERB] [AM] If someone rejiggers an organization or a piece of work, they arrange or organize it in a different way, in order to improve it.

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scale up

TripAdvisor are scaled-up Android phone apps
*to increase the size or importance of something

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그리고 그러한 현상(앱이 적은 현상)은 마이크로 소프트의 새로운 surfcace 태블릿의 경우는 두배 정도로 심합니다.(더 심합니다)

And that goes double for Microsoft’s new Surface tablet.
*go double for

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그러나 그렇지 않다면, 미니를 사는 것도 정말 좋은 선택입니다.

But otherwise, the Mini makes so much sense.
*make so much sense

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slip into something

You can slip it into a purse or overcoat pocket.
*to put clothes on quickly and easily

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adage [ædɪdʒ] 1

You know the old photographer’s adage, “The best camera is the one you have with you?”

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당신의 태블릿에 대해서도 똑같이 적용할 수 있어요(말할 수 있어요),

You could say the same thing about your tablet.