conj 임에도 불구하고
although, not withstanding that
"The student passed the class albeit by a very small margin."
open to various interpretation
"A person who speaks ambiguously will be difficult to understand."
"to assume; to believe without strong evidence "
"Where's Gary? I presume he's at work, but I don't really know for sure."
"to show something previously hidden (syn. disclose, unveil) "
"Letters recently uncovered have revealed new details on the life of the former president."
n 불분명, 불명료
lack of fame or recognition
"Even famous people become subject to obscurity when time rages on."
v 훼방놓다, 방해하다
prevent from accomplishing a purpose
"The enemy tried their best to thwart the hero's advancement to victory."
n 발판, 뼈대
a temporary supporting platform
"The painters stood on a scaffold as they painted the building."
of wide use or occurrence
"Love is more prevalent in the spring for some reason. "
v 친하게 하다
interchange thoughts and feelings
"The husband and wife communed before the altar when they got married."
n 가난, 빈곤, 결핍
"the state or condition of having little or no money, goods, or means of support"
Poverty is prevalent in low-income areas.
"a feeling of responsibility or remorse for some offense" "She felt an incredible sense of guilt for telling the lie to her mother."
n 간통, 부정
"voluntary sexual intercourse between a married person"
"The man committed adultery with a woman he met at work."
adj "수치스러운, 불명예스러운"
having an extremely bad reputation
Serial killers are infamous for their crimes.
n 피난, 도피
shelter or protection from danger
"During the tornado, the locals sought refuge from the weather."
n "남녀 동권주의자, 여성옹호론자"
"A person whose beliefs and behavior are
based on feminism"
"Feminists usually believe in stronger independence for the female gender."