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GRE Vocabulary

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GRE VOCABULARY
* McGraw-Hill’s CONQUERING THE NEW GRE Verbal and Writing (2011)
 
나오는
 
단어
 1. abjure
주의
,
의견을
 
버리다
. He never did adjure his belief in the big bang theory.2. abnegate (
권리등을
)
버리다
.
자제하다
. The king will abnegate power to his son, the prince.3. accede
취임하다
,
동의하다
. Will the boss accede to her worker's demands?4. accolade
칭찬
,
명예
My father won an accolade for bravery in wartime.5. acrimonious (
,
태도가
)
매서운
,
격렬한
Their divorce was acrimonious; only the lawyerswon.6. adroitly
교묘하게
, Our waiter adroitly balanced several trays at once.7. aegis
보호
,
옹호
He negotiated under the aegis of the prime minister.8. altruistic
애타주의
Giving away her favorite coat was an altruistic act.9. ambience
환경
, (
장소의
)
분위기
I like the ambience at that tiny corner cafe.10. anodyne
진통의
,
진통제
The singsong music had an anodyne effect.11. apostate
배신
Having left the church, he was called an apostate.12. asperity
꺼칠꺼칠함
She spoke with asperity, but her eyes were twinkling.13. assiduous
근면한
The carpenter was assiduous in lining up the ....14. auspices
후원
,
찬조
The club functions under the auspices of the college.15. avarice
탐욕
Midas lost his only daughter to his avarice for gold.16. bacchanal
큰술잔치
,
야단법석
Chaperones kept the prom from being a bacchanal.17. bastion
요새
The D.A.'s office is our bastion against crime.18. beatific
축복을
 
주는
Accepting her award, she gave a beatific smile.19. behemoth
거대기업
The elephant is the behemoth of the Indian forest.
 
20. bellicose
호전적인
Separating the twins kept them from being bellicose.21. bellwether (
전조의
)
기준이
 
되는
Housing foreclosures(
담보권행사
,
압류
) were abellwether of recession (
경기의
 
후퇴
,
불경기
).22. benighted
무지한
,
미개의
(=unenlightened) The benighted peasants through the Earthstood still.23. bevy
무리
,
(esp. of girls) A bevy of young girls flowed through the mall.24. bifurcate
두갈래진
,
두갈래로
 
가르다
. The bifurcate stream flowed east and southeast.25. blandishment
비위를
 
맞추다
,
아첨하다
. She persuaded us both with blandishment andbribe.26. boisterous
소란스러운
,
난폭한
The merry, boisterous crowd cheered on the team.27. brigand
산적
,
도둑
That brigand was captured with the other pirates.28. cajole
그럴듯한
 
말로
 
속이다
. You cannot cajole me to try that new restaurant.29. canard
허보
(
잘못된
 
정보
) The suggestion that the senator is ill is just a canard .30. celerity
속도
,
신속
With great celerity, the rumor raced around town.31. censure
비난
,
혹평
The committee urged censure for his misconduct.32. choleric
울화
,
노여움
,
성마름
(=bad-tempered) Her choleric nature kept the whole officeon edge.33. clemency
관대함
,
인정많음
,
자비로운
 
행위
The judgment was harsh, but clemency waspossible.34. contumely
모욕
Their contumely at his mistake was unbearable.35. convivial
연회를
 
좋아하는
,
명랑한
A convivial person makes friends wherever she goes.36. coporeal
형체를
 
가진
,
물질적인
Your corporeal assets may include houses or cars.37. coterie
한패
,
동아리
,
동지
My coterie loves to celebrate birthdays as a group.38. crux (
문제나
 
쟁점의
)
가장
 
중요한
 
부분
The crux of the matter seems to be affordability(
감당할
 
 
있는
,
알맞은
..).39. culpable
비난할만한
Insurance companies were held culpable in his death.
 
40. cupidity
탐욕
,
굴욕
Isn't cupidity one of the seven deadly (
치명적인
,
생명을
 
앗아가는
)sins?41. deft
솜씨좋은
His deft fingers on the keyboard left us in awe.42. deleterious
해로운
Chemical additives may be deleterious to our health.43. demagogue
선동가
A demagogue wins power by stirring up the people.44. deprecate
비난하다
,
얕보다
,
헐뜯다
Do not deprecate my small attempts at humor.45. derision
비웃음
,
조롱
,
경멸
Dr. Ding's peculiar(
기이한
,
독특한
) theory was met withderision.46. diaphanous
투명한
,
비치는
The dancers wore diaphanous skirts over leotards.47. diffidence
자신이
 
없음
,
수줍음
People often mistook her diffidence for rudeness.48. dissipate
흩뜨리다
. The crowd will dissipate after the concert ends.49. dolorous
슬픈
That dolorous music brought tears to my eyes.50. dotage
노망
,
익애
In his dotage, he became more and more forgetful.51. draconian
매우
 
엄격한
Trespassing laws in this country are draconian.52. dulcet (
음색이
)
아름다운
We could hear the dulcet tones of her flute.53. ebullience
열광적인
The children's ebullience was delightful to see.54. edict (
옛날의
)
칙령
,
법령
,
포고
,
명령
The king issued an edict demanding new taxes.55. egregious
극악하게
,
눈꼴사납게
Your rudeness toward the principal was egregious.56. egress
떠남
,
나감
The nearest egress led through a door to the patio.57. elan
열의
Her joyful
é
lan is her most charming feature.58. elegiac
애가의
His reading at the funeral was lovely and elegiac.59. epicure
미식가
I'm no epicure, but I do like visiting fine restaurants.60. epitome
대표적인
 
Their ranch(
농장
) is the epitome of country living.61. equivocal
모호한
,
두가지
 
뜻으로
 
해석
 
 
 
있는
The evidence was equivocal and lednowhere.

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