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【 수능 필수 영단어 】14
[ effective ] a, successful, and working in the way that was intended; 효과적인;
ex) * Training is often much less effective than expected.
* Reading aloud to children is one of the most effective ways parents can help children learn to read.
[ emotional ] a, relating to your feelings or how you control them; 감정적인;
ex) * Ann suffered from depression and a number of other emotional problems.
* She provided emotional support at a very distressing time for me.
[ bond ] n, something that unites two or more people or groups, such as love, or a shared interest or idea; 유대(감);
ex) * The time spent together also builds strong emotional bonds between the reader and child.
[ benefit ] v, if you benefit from something or it benefits you, it gives you an advantage, improves your life, or helps you in some way; 이득이 되다;
ex) * They are working together to benefit the whole community.
* Many thousands have benefited from the new treatment.
* How do children benefit? Reading aloud to children helps them develop stronger language skills, learn many new words, learn to ask questions about the story, and develop a lifelong love of reading.
[ replace ] v, to start doing something instead of another person, or start being used instead of another thing; 대신하다;
ex) * Lectures have replaced the old tutorial system.
* The traditional forms of communication are still hard to replace them and may even be gaining influence over people`s minds.
[ triumph ] n, a feeling of pleasure and satisfaction that you get from victory or success; 승리감, 성공의 기쁨;
ex) * If you want to be a friend to your child and share confidences and triumphs with your child, that`s all right.
[ equality ] n, a situation in which people heve the same rights, advantages; 동등, 평등;
ex) * All people have the right to equality of opportunity.
* Women have yet to achieve full equality with men in the workplace.
* Such friendship does not include equality. You should remain captain of the ship.
[ contain ] v, if something such as a bag, box, or place contains something, that thing is inside it; 포함하다, 함유하다, 담고있다;
ex) * The museum contains a number of original artworks.
* Bad breath is breath containing an unpleasant smell.
[ periodic ] a, happening a number of times, usually at regular times; 주기적인;
ex) * Teachers meet periodically to discuss progress.
* This smell can come out periodically or be persistent, depending on the cause.
[ primary ] a, most important; = main; 주요한; relating to the education of children between five and eleven years old; = elementary; 초급의; happening or developing before other things; 초기의, 원시적인;
ex) * Our primary concern is to provide the refugees with food and healthcare. (주요한)
* In many patients, the millions of bacteria that live in the mouth (particularly on the back of the tongue) are the primary cause of bad breath. (주요한)
* Counselling was given as a primary therapy for depression. (초기의)
[ concern ] n, a feeling of worry about something important; 걱정, 근심; something that is important to you or that involves you; 관심; a feeling of wanting someone to be happy and healthy; 배려; a business or company; 회사;
ex) * The recent rise in crime is a matter of considerable public concern. (걱정)
* Some types of bad breath, such as "morning mouth," are considered to be fairly normal, and they are usually not health concerns. (관계)
* His main concern is to be able to provide for his family. (관심)
* The consumer has become a major concern for this government. (관심)
* He was moved by her obvious concern. (배려)
* We will continue to run the company as a going concern. (회사)
[ decay ] v, to be slowly destroyed by a natural chemical process, or to make something do this; = rot; 부식하다, 썩다;
ex) * Her body was already starting to decay.
* Most archaeological finds are broken, damaged, or decayed.
* The "morning mouth" type of bad breath occurs because the saliva that regularly washes away decaying food and smell during the daytime diminishes at night while you sleep.
[ attach ] v, to fasten or connect one object to another; = fix; 붙이다, 접착하다; to like someone or something very much, because you have known them or had them for a long time; ~에게 애착을 갖게 하다;
ex) * Attach a recent photograph to your application form.
* Your mouth becomes dry, and dead cells are attached to your tongue and to the inside of your cheeks.
* It`s easy to become attached to the children you work with.