4 barely within a lower standard or limit of quality

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4. Barely within a lower standard or limit of quality: marginal writing ability 5. Economics . a. Having to do with enterprises that produce goods or are capable of producing goods at a rate that barely covers production costs. b. Relating to commodities thus manufactured and sold. 1 가장자리의 , [ ] , ; 변경의 , 변경에 사는 . 2 여백 , 여백 에 기입된 , 난외 . 3 ( 저의 ) 에 가 , 분한 . a ∼ existence 간신히 아가는 생활 . a ∼ skill 소한 의 기술 . 4 < 지가 > 에 부적당한 , 성이 거의 없는 . 5 [ ] 수익 , 간신히 수지 맞추 . subsidize 1. To assist or support with a subsidy. 2. To secure the assistance of by granting a subsidy. < 정부가 > … [ 보조 , 장려 ] 을 지 하다 ;( 보수 을 지불하고 ) 원조를 . discredit 1. To damage in reputation; disgrace . 2. To cause to be doubted or distrusted. 3. To refuse to believe. 1 을 믿을 수 없는 것으로 간 하다 , … 의 신용을 상하다 ; … 의 신용 [ 평판 ] 을 떨어 리다 (disgrace). The scandal disastrously ∼ ed the mayor. 2 을 신용하지 않다 , 믿지 않다 , 의심하다 . condescend 1. To descend to the level of one considered inferior; lower oneself. 2. To deal with people in a patronizingly superior manner. 1. ( 상대방을 멸시하는 태도로 ) (…) 하다 , (…) 하다 , (… 에 대하 ) 부러 자기를 낮추 태도로 (…) 하다 , 서 내려다보다 . She ∼ ed to speak to me. 2 자기를 낮추 [ 겸손 하게 ] (…) 하다 , 으스대지 [ 내지 ] 않고 (…) 하다 . The queen ∼ ed to 7
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T&G world ( ) - 권기범 박정 어학원에서 구한 자료입니다 eat with beggars. precursor 1. One that precedes and indicates, suggests, or announces someone or something to come: Opposition by colonists to unfair taxation by the British was a precursor of the Revolution. 2. One that precedes another; a forerunner or predecessor 선구자 , 선각자 (forerunner); 전조 , ; 예고 (presage). provisional Provided or serving only for the time being; temporary . 1 임시의 , 정적인 , 시적인 a ∼ agreement[treaty] ( ) [ ]. a ∼ government 임시정부 . 2 조건부의 (conditional). antiquated 1. Too old to be fashionable, suitable, or useful; outmoded. 2. Very old; aged: < 생각 등이 > 시대에 뒤진 , 한물 간 ; < 행 등이 > ; < 사람이 > 노령의 ; < 사람사물 > 구식의 , . circumvent 1. To surround (an enemy, for example); enclose or entrap. 2. To go around; bypass: circumvented the city. 3. To avoid or get around by artful maneuvering: She planned a way to circumvent all the bureaucratic red tape. 1. … ( 계략 ) 위하다 ; … 정에 빠뜨 리다 ; < 남을 > ( 위험 등으로 ) , 워싸 . She was ∼ ed with villains.
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