|1||A be familiar with B||A는 B에 정통하다, 잘 알다|
* I am not very familiar with botanical names.
|2||a bit||조금(만) (a little)|
* Wait a bit.
I wish I were a bit younger.
He is a bit better today.
|3||a couple of||두 개의, 두서넛의 (two, a few)|
* The festival lasts a couple of days.
I had only a couple of drinks.
|4||a frame of mind||기분|
* He was in the frame of mind to accept any offer.
|5||a good turn||친절|
* A good turn deserves another.
She did me a good turn.
|6||a good(poor) hand (at)||능숙한(서투른)사람|
* Tom is a good hand at baseball.
He was the poorest hand at rowing of all.
|7||A is to B what C is to D||A가 B에 대한 관계는 C가 D에 대한 관계와 같다|
* Lungs are to the human what leaves are to the plant.
|8||A is to B what X is to Y||A가 B에 대한 관계는 마치, X가 Y에 대한 관계와 같다.|
* Reading is to the mind what exercise is to the body.
Kimchi is to Koreans what salad is to Americans.
|9||a point of view||견해, 견지, 관점|
* From the historical point of view, Japan has been influenced by Korea.
We should look at things from a larger point of view.
|10||a short cut||지름길|
* We took a short cut to the station.
Patience and repetition are the short cut to a good command of English.
|11||A times as B as||~배|
* The number of applicants is nearly five times as large as that to be admitted.
|12||abide by||~을 지키다, 따르다|
* You must abide by your promise.
|13||abound in||많이 있다, 풍부하다 (be rich in)|
* He abounds in courage.
This stream abounds In fish.
|14||above ~ing||~을 부끄러워하여|
* He is not above asking questions.
|15||above all||무엇보다도 (more than anything else)|
* He was loved by all and above all by children.
|16||above all (things)||무엇보다도 먼저 (first of all)|
* Above all, be honest.
Health is above all things.
|17||abstain from||~을 삼가다, ~을 끊다 (refrain from)|
* Athletes usually abstain from smoking.
|18||according as||~에 의하면, ~에 따라서|
* The thermometer rises or falls according as the air is hot or cold.
|19||according as + 절||∼에 의하면|
* According as the demand increasing, prices go up.
|20||according to||~에 의하면, ~에 따라서|
* According to the report he is alive.
You must live according to your income.
|21||according to + N||∼에 의하면|
* According to today's paper, there was a big fire in Pusan.
|22||account for||설명하다 (explain)|
* There is no accounting for tastes.
You have to account for what you have done.
|23||accuse ~ of||~을 나무라다, 고소하다|
* He accused me of having neglected my work.
They accused him of stealing.
|24||act on(upon)||(약이)듣다, ~에 작용하다, ~에 따라서 행동하다|
* This drug acts on the stomach.
Acid acts on metals.
You should be ready to act on his idea.
|25||add to||~이 더하다, 증가하다 (increase)|
* This will only add to her misery.
The fine day added to our pleasure.
|26||address oneself to||~에게 말을 걸다, (일 따위를)본격적으로 착수하다|
* He addressed himself to the stranger.
She addressed herself to the task of doing her homework.
|27||admit of||~의 여지가 있다|
* This admits of no doubt.
Such conduct admits of no excuse.
|28||after all||결국, ~에도 불구하고 (in the end, in spite of)|
* After all his efforts, he failed in his last attempt.
|29||agree to + 사물||~에 동의하다 (consent to)|
* We cannot agree to the opinion you have expressed.
|30||agree with + 사람||동의하다, 적합하다 (be of the same mind, suit)|
* I agree with you in the opinion you have expressed.
This food does not agree with me.
|31||aim at||~을 겨누다|
* The remark was aimed at you.
It is very difficult to aim at perfection in everything.
|32||all along||처음부터 죽, 내내 (all the time, from the beginning, during the whole time)|
* We knew all along that he would succeed in his business.
|33||all at once||갑자기 (suddenly, all of a sudden, on a sudden)|
* I was walking along the crowded street when all at once I heard a shrill cry.
|34||all but||거의 (almost)|
* He all but died of his wounds.
All but Mr. Brown were present.
|35||all ears||열심히 귀를 기울이며|
* They are all ears.
|36||all in all||가장 소중한 것|
* You are all in all to me.
She wished to be all in all to him.
|37||all of a sudden||갑자기 (suddenly)|
* All of a sudden it began to rain.
A good idea occurred to me of a sudden.
|38||all smiles||기쁨이 얼굴에 가득하여|
* He was all smiles.
|39||all tears||눈물을 글썽거리며|
* She was all tears.
|40||all the + 비교급 + for||~이므로 그만큼 더|
* I like him all the better for his faults.
|41||all the same, just the same||그래도, 역시 (nevertheless)|
* He has defects, but I like him all the same.
|42||all the time||그 동안 죽, 줄곧|
* Actually the war is going on all the time.
|43||all the way||도중 내내, 줄곧, 멀리서|
* He came running all the way.
I have come all the way from Boston to consult you.
|44||all the year round||일년 중, 1년 내내|
* He indulges in some sport or other all the year round.
|45||allow for, make allowance for||~을 고려하다,~을 참작하다 (take ~ into account)|
* You should allow for his youth.
The journey usually takes three weeks, but you should make allowance for delays caused by bad weather.
|46||along with||~와 함께|
* I sent the book along with other things.
|47||among others, among other things||여럿 가운데, 더욱이, 특히|
* Among others there was Mr. A.
|48||amount to||~에 이르다, ~와 같다|
* Your debt amounts to 1.000 dollars.
He was a man with a business faculty almost amounting to genius.
|49||amount to little||거의 가치가 없다.|
* What he has done amounts to very little.
|50||amount to much||훌륭하게 되다, 대단한 것이 되다|
* No one ever amounts to much who does not exert himself.