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영어회화의 결정적 표현들. 표현교정 중급 21.

태뽕이 2022. 10. 5. 22:25
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영어회화의 결정적 표현들.

표현교정 중급 21.

38. That's what I told you.

39. That's a good thing.

40. That's none of your concern.

41. That can't hurt you.

42. That was meant as a compliment

43. That's the way it usually works.

44. That's not the point.

45. That's how rumors get started.

46. That's what happens.

47. There's a first for everything.

: 모든 일에는 처음이라는 게 있다.

 

48. Stay where you are.

49. Give it time.

50. Be nice.

51. Words matter.

52. Go easy on your life.

53. Stay with me.

54. Stop slacking! and get to work.

55. Just go with the flow.

56. Short answers are good.

57. Mind you keep out of the sun.

: 햇빛을 피하도록 해라

 

58. Some things never change

59. See that you do.

: 꼭 그렇게 하도록 해.

 

60. Stick around.

• stick around

- (informal) to stay in a place, waiting for something to happen or for somebody to arrive

: (어떤 곳에(서)) 가지 않고 있다[머무르다]

e.g.)

Stick around; we’ll need you to help us later.

                               가지 말고 있어. 나중에 네가 우리를 도와줘야 할 거야.

 

 

 

61-1. Cut to it.

: 본론만 얘기해

 

61-2. cut to the chase

: 바로 본론으로 들어가자

• cut to the chase

- (informal) to stop wasting time and start talking about the most important thing

: 바로 본론으로 들어가다

e.g.)

Right, let's cut to the chase. How much is it going to cost?

                               좋아요, 바로 본론으로 들어가죠. 비용이 얼마나 들겠어요?

 

 

 

62. Stigmas can last a lifetime.

: 오명은 평생 갈 수 있다.

 

63. Look on the bright side.

64. Swallow your pride.

: 자존심 좀 죽여

 

• swallow

6-feeling. [transitive] to hide your feelings

: (감정을) 억누르다

e.g.)

*swallow something

to swallow your doubts

                               의심이 나는 것을 억누르다

*swallow one’s pride

You're going to have to swallow your pride and ask for your job back.

                               당신이 자존심을 억누르고 당신 일자리를 돌려 달라고 부탁해야 할 것이다.

 

 

 

65. The decision would be yours.

66. Just hear me out.

: 내 말 끝까지 좀 들어

• hear somebody out

- to listen until somebody has finished saying what they want to say

: ~의 말을 끝까지 들어주다

e.g.)

I know you’re furious with me, but please hear me out.

 

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