Extensive Reading Ch.007
|exclusive|| adj 배타적인, 독점적인 |
reserved for certain people only
The party was exclusive to those who were invited.
|facilitate|| v "(일을)쉽게하다, 촉진하다" |
"to help or assist someone (syn. assist /ant. hinder) "
"We need to raise funds to facilitate the start-up of the business."
|identity|| n 동일함, 일치 |
the awareness of who you are
"Adolescence is a confusing time as you are trying to
figure out your identity and your place in the world."
|integral|| adj 절대필요한 |
"very important; necessary (syn. vital, integral / ant. superfluous) "
The engine is an integral part of a car.
|relevant|| adj 적절한, 상대적인 |
"important; of consequence (syn. useful / ant. irrelevant) " "There are two main factors that are relevant to the geologist: pressure and time."
|mythology|| n 신화|
"a body or system of myths concerning a particular person or race"
"Greek and Roman mythology was created to explain certain human flaws and supernatural occurrences. "
|studio|| n 작업장, 연습실 |
a place for painting, broadcasting, etc.. The painter worked all night in his studio.
|contemplation|| n 명상, 숙고 |
view or reflect upon attention
"I was in deep contemplation when the professor asked a difficult philosophical question."
|revere|| v 숭배하다, 경외하다 |
regard with deepest respect and awe As a Christian, I deeply revere God.
|spirituality|| n 영성, 영적임 |
pertain to the soul or spirit
"When it comes to religion, one must be attuned to their own spirituality."
|regaled|| v 맘껏 즐기다 |
to entertain lavishly or agreeably
The king regaled his guests at the party.
|childhood|| n 어린시절 |
the state or period of being a child
"My childhood was full of wonderful memories of trips to the park."
|folklore|| n 민속, 민속학 |
the traditional beliefs, legends The story of Paul Bunyan is folklore.
|affinity|| n 호감, 공감 |
"a natural liking for or attraction to a person, thing, idea" "The parasite had an affinity to water as it flourished in it."
|pooled|| v 공동기금을 모으다 |
To put into a fund for use by all
"We all pooled our money together so we could buy her a new purse."
|revival|| n 재생, 부활 |
"The revival of the church in the 1970s continues strong today."
|acquaintance|| n 아는 사람 |
"a person known to one, but usually not a close friend"
"I'm not really familiar with that person. He is just an acquaintance."
|senator|| n 상원의원, 정치가 |
"title of respect accorded a person who is or has been a member of the Senate"
"The Texas Senator came to our school to discuss politics with us."
|secular|| adj 세속적인|
of or pertaining to worldly things
"The government is supposed to maintain a secular world view."
|spirit|| n 정신, 마음 |
the incorporeal part of humans
"Many religions emphasize the immortal characteristic of the human spirit."