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ax [æks] 도끼, 삭감, 면직(have an~ to grind 속 배포가 있다, 생각하는 바가 있다, put the~in the helve 수수께끼를 풀다

beck [bek] 손짓, 고갯짓(nod), (be at a person's~and call 아무가 시키는 대로 하다, have a person at one's~ 아무를 마음대로 부리다)

fidget [f´idзit] 싱숭생숭 하다, 마음졸이(게 하)다, 싱숭생숭함(have the fidgets 싱숭생숭하다)

fortune 운, 행운, 부, 재산, 운명(have fortume on one's side), 운수, 우연히 일어나다, (남에게) 재산을 주다

gotta [g´at∂] =(have(has))

grindstone [gr´aindst`oun] 회전 숫돌, have(keep, put) one's nose to the ~ 꾸준히 일하다

ha'nt have(has) not의단축

habendum [h∂b´end∂m] (=(which is) to be had)물권 표시 조례(양도 증서 가운데서 양도되는 물권을 밝히는 조항)

hadn't had not의 단축

hadst have의 2인칭단수, 과거

had have의과거(분사)

hasn't has not의 단축형

hast have의2인칭, 단수, 직설법 현재

has have의 3인칭, 단수, 직설법 현재

hath have의 제 3인칭 단수, 현재, 직설법

hatth [heθ] =HAS

haven't have not의단축

have [hæv] 가지다, 소유하다, 취하다, 얻다, 받다, 마음속에 먹다, 품다, 먹다, 마시다

have [hæv] 유산자, (부, 자원, 핵무기를)가진 나라

having [h´æviŋ] 소유, 소유물품, 재산

he'd he had의단축

he'd he had(would)의 단축형

i'd suf, I had의단축, IDE의 변형

I'd I had 의 단축형

I've [aiv] (구)I have의 단축형

it'd [´it∂d] (구)it had(would)의 단축형

it's [its] (구)it is, it has의단축형

kitten [k´itn] 새끼 고양이, 말괄량이, have (a litter of) ~s 안절부절 못하다, 잔뜩 화내다

laugh [læf] 웃음(소리), get(have)the ~ of ...을 (도리어) 되웃어 주다, have the ~ on one's side (이번에는) 이쪽이 웃을 차례가 되다

lesson [l´esn] 학과, 과업, 교훈, 일과, 연습, give(have, take)~s in(chemistry) (화학을) 가르치다(배우다)

lief [li:f] 기꺼이, 쾌히, would(has)as ~ ...(as) ...할 바에는 ...해도 좋다, would(had)~er ...than ...보다는 ...하는 편이 낫다

lift 높아지다, 올라가다, (깔개 따위가) 부풀어 오르다, have one's face ~ed (미장원 등에서) 얼굴의 주름살을 펴다, ~ a hand 약간의수고를 하다

light 가벼운, 간편한, 경쾌한, (흙이) 흐슬부슬한, (잠이) 깊지 않은, be ~ of heart 쾌활하다, have a ~ hand(touch)손재주가 있다

loan 대부, 대부금, 대차, 공채, 외래어, 차관, get(have)the ~ of ...을 빌다, ~ on 대부하고, 차입하고, public ~ 공채

look [luk] 표정, 눈매, 용모, 일견, 모습, have(give, take)a ~ at ...을 (얼핏) 보다, have a ~ of ...와 비슷하다, ~er 보는 사람, 미녀

luck [l∧k] 행운, 운, as ~ would have it 다행히, 불행히도, bad(ill)~ 불행, 불운, Bad ~ to ...에게 천벌이 있기를! down on one's ~ = UNLUCKY

manner [m´æn∂r] 방법, 방식, 태도, ( pl. )예절, 풍습, 생활 양식, (문학, 미술의)양식, 작풍, 종류, all ~ of 모든 종류의, have no ~s 예의 범절을 모르다, in a ~ 얼마간, 다소

might have been [m´ait∂vb`in] 그렇게 되었을지도 모를 일, 더 훌륭(유명)해졌을는지도 모를 사람

mouth 입, 부양 가족, 출입구, 찡그린 얼굴, 건방진 말투(by word of 구두로 down in the mouth 낙심하여, fron hand to mouth 하루살이 생활의, have a foul mouth 일정이 사납다)

oar [o:r] 노, 노젓는 사람, be chained to the ~ (갤리배의 노예처럼)고역을 강제당하다, have an ~ in every man's boat 누구의 일에나 말참견하다, put(thrust)in one's ~ 쓸데없는 참견을 하다

only [´ounli] 오직, 단지...만, have~to (do) (...하기)만 하면 된다, if~...하기만 하면, not ~ ... but (also) ...뿐만 아니라 또한, ~ just 이제 막 ...한, ~ not (a child) 거의 (어린이나) 마찬가지, ~ too 유감스럽게도

opinion 의견, 소신, 평가, 감정, act up to one's ~s 소신을 실행하다, be of (the) ~ that ...라고 믿다, have a good ~ of ...을 좋게(나쁘게)생각하다, have the courage of one's ~s 소신을 당당하게 표명하다

option [´ap∫∂n] 선택권, 선택물, 선택매매권, have no ~ but to do ...하는 수밖에 없다, make one's ~ 선택하다, ~al a

pie [pai] 파이(과일이나 고기를 밀가루 반죽에 싸서 구은 것), 썩 좋은것, 거저 먹기, 뇌물(have a fonger in the pie)

scunner [sk´∧n∂r] (스코)혐오, 증오take(have)a~against(at)~에 반감을 품다

she'd she had의단축

shot 탄환, 발포, 포탄, 산탄, (16파운드 이상의)포환, 발포, (1회용)주사, 시도, 어림짐작, 추측, 촬영거리, big ~ 거물, 명사, have a ~ 시도하다, 해보다, like a ~곧, long ~ 원사, putthe ~ 포환을 던지다

shoulder 어깨, 어깨고기(앞발의), 어깨에 해당하는 부분(the ~ of a bottle, the ~ of a road 도로 양쪽 변두리), 어깨에 총의 자세, have broad~s 튼튼한 어깨를 가지고 있다, put(set)one's ~ to the wheel 노력(진력)하다

skull 두개골, 머리, 두뇌, have a thick ~둔감하다

sleeve 소매(를 달다), have , up(in) one's ~ , ...을 몰래 (가만히)준비하다, laugh in (up) one's ~ 속으로 웃다(우스워하다)

soon [su:n] 이윽고, 이내, 곧, 빨리, 기꺼이, as(so) ~ as , ... 하자 마자, as ~ as possible 될 수 있는 대로 빨리, no ~ er than , ... 하자마자, ~ er or later조만간, would(had) ~ er or, ...than , ... 보다는 차라리 , ... 하고 싶다

that's that is(has)의 단축

there's there is(has)의 단축

thirst [θ∂:rst] 목마름, 갈증, 갈망(after, for, of), have a ~ 목이 마르다, 한잔 마시고 싶다

tilt [tilt] 기울기, 경사, 기울임, (창의) (한 번)찌르기, 마상 창 시합, 논쟁 (at) full ~ 전 속력으로, 전력을 다하여, have a ~ at (against) ...을 공격하다, on the ~ 기울어

tremendous [trim´end∂s] 무서운, 무시무시한, 대단한, 굉장한, 멋진, have a ~ time아주 멋지게 지내다

upper [´∧p∂r] (더)위의, 상부의, 상위(상급)의, 후기의, get (have) the ~ hand of ...에 이기다

use [ju:s] 사용, 이용, 효용, 이익, 사용목적, 용도, 사용법, 다루는 법, 필요(for), 사용권(of), 습관, (토지 따위의)수익권, 각교회.교구 특유의 예식, have no ~ for ...의 필요가 없다, ...은 싫다. in (out of) ~ 사용되고 (되지 않고)

we'd we had의 단축

we've we have 의 단축

weight have ~ with ...에 있어 중요하다, pull one's ~ 자기 체중을 이용하여 배를 젓다, 재구실을 다하다, ~s and measures 도량형

whip hand 채찍 쥔 손, 오른손, 우위, get(have) the ~ of ...을 지배(좌우)하다

who'd who had의 단축

who's who is(has)의 단축

wide [waid] 넓게, 크게 벌리고, 멀리, 빗나가, 잘못 짚어, have one's eyes ~ open 정신을 바싹 차리다

will have one's ~ 자기뜻(의사)대로 하다, with a ~ 정성껏, 열심히

window 창, have all one's goods in the (front) ~ 겉치례뿐이다

wish [wi∫] ...이기를 빌다, 바라다, have nothing left to ~ for 만족스럽다, ~ on (남에게) 강제하다, 떠맡기다

wit 기지, 재치, 재치있는 사람, 지력, 정신, at one's ~s'(~'s)end 어찌할 바를 몰라, have one's ~s about one 빈틈이 없다

worse [w∂:rs] 더욱 나쁜 일(물건), have(put to)the ~ 패배하다(시키다)

worst [w∂:rst] 최악의 것(상태, 일), at (the) ~ 아무리 나빠도, get(have)the ~ of it 패배하다, give a person the ~ of it 아무를 지우다

wrong 나쁜, 틀린, 고장난, 역의, get(have)hold of the ~ end of the sick (이론, 입장 등을) 잘못알다, ~ side out 뒤집어서

youd you had(would)의 단축

youve you have의 단축

accommodate : to have enough space for. 수용하다.

aware : having knowledge ...을 알고있는

have a hunch that 어쩐지 ~한 예감이 들다

have a lot on the ball 유능하다

have a short memory 잘 잊다

have no bearing on ~와 관계가 없다

have nothing to do with ~와 조금도 관계가 없다

have the audacity to do 뻔뻔스럽게도 ~하다

have the gall to 뻔뻔스럽게도 ~하다

have yet to 아직 ...하지 않고 있다

ranking having a high position 상급의

work : have an effect 효과가 있다

access 이용, 접근, 액세스; (~을) 이용할 권리; 입장 허가. ☞ have access to ~의 이용이 가능하다; ~을 입수할 수 있다.

affair 사건, 행사; <복수형> 일, 업무, 사정; 정세; 관심사; 불륜의 연애 관계 ☞ have an affair with ~와 (성적인)관계를 갖다, 정사를 갖다.

have been around 경험을 축적해 놓다; 생존해 있다.

have butterflies in the stomach (걱정으로) 마음이 두근거리다, 조마조마하다.

never have a clue 오리무중이다, 전혀 알 수가 없다, 짐작이 가지 않다.

have ~ coming ~을 받아 마당하다, 당연한 보답이다.

have A in common with B B와 공통으로 A를 갖다.

have no control over ~을 제어할 힘이 없다.

have nothing to do with ~와 관계가 없다.

have the edge 유리하다, 낫다.

have an effect on ~에 영향을 미치다, ~에 효과를 끼치다.

have an eye for ~에 대한 식별력이 있다, ~을 보는 눈이 있다.

have mixed feelings 복잡한 기분을 갖다.

have a field day 크게 떠들어대다; 대성공을 거두다.

have a fling with ~와 기분 좋게 놀다, 기분 전환하다.

have one's hands full 일에 매어 손이 나지 않다, 몹시 바쁘다.

have ~ on ~을 걸치고 있다.

have ~ over ~에 있어서 우위에 있다.

have had it ~이 지긋지긋하다, ~에 진절머리가 나다.

the have nots 갖지 못한 자

have no idea 전혀 모르다, 짐작할 수 없다.

have the inside track (경쟁상) 유리한 입장에 있다.

have it made 대성공하다.

have nothing to do with ~과 관계가 없다.

have no place in ~안에 없다, ~에 여지가 없다.

have the privilege of doing 영광스럽게도 ~할 영예를 갖다.

have every right to do ~하는 것도 당연하다, 무리가 아니다.

since <통상 have와 과거분사 사이에 놓여서> 그 후, ~이래

have a tough time 지독한 꼴을 당하다; 역경을 맞다.

have a way with (~에게) 아첨을 잘하다.

have one's work cut out for one 힘든 일을 맡다.

have yet to do 더욱 ~해야 한다; 아직 ~하지 않다.

you've got to ~해야 한다(=you have to).

charley horse 근육경직/쥐 get a charley horse = get cramped = have a cramp

has-been 한물 간

Anyway, I have to go now. See you.
아무튼 지금 가야만해. 나중에 보자.

Do you have the time?
몇 시입니까?

Dinner will be ready soon. Have a seat.
저녁 식사가 곧 준비될 거야. 여기 앉아 있어.

Thank you for having me to dinner.
저녁 식사를 대접해 줘서 고마워요
It's my pleasure.
오히려 제가 기쁜데요.

Have you ever eaten Korean food?
한국 음식 먹어본 적 있어요?
Yes, this is my second time.
예, 이번이 두 번째예요.

This is kimchi. Be careful, it's rather hot.
이것이 김치예요. 조심하세요, 너무 매워요.
I know. I'll try a little.
알고 있어요. 조금만 먹을게요.
It might be a good idea to have some rice with it.
김치와 함께 밥을 먹는 게 좋을 거예요.
It is hot! But it's delicious.
너무 맵군요! 그렇지만 맛이 매우 좋은데요.

How was the movie yesterday?
어제 영화 어땠니?
Wonderful. I had a good time.
아주 좋았어. 즐거운 시간을 보냈지.

Doctor, my head hurts.
의사 선생님, 제 머리가 아파요.
How long have you had this problem?
얼마동안 아팠어요?
For two days now.
지금까지 이틀 동안이요.
It seems that you have a cold. You had better go home and stay in bed.
감기 걸린 것 같은데요. 집에 가서 침대에 누워 쉬는 게 좋겠네요.

Early to bed, early to rise makes a man healthy.
일찍 자고 일찍 일어나는 것이 건강에 좋죠.
You're right. By the way, you look good today. Did you have a good night's sleep last night?
맞아요. 그런데, 오늘 당신은 좋아 보이네요. 잠을 잘 잤나요?
Yes, I did. I slept like a log.
예. 아주 잘 잤죠.

What would you like to order?
무엇을 주문하시겠어요?
I will have a steak.
스테이크를 먹을래요.
How would you like your steak?
스테이크를 어떻게 드시겠어요?
Medium, please.
중간 정도로 구워 주세요.
Anything to drink?
마실 것 드릴까요?
Coke, please.
콜라 주세요.

May I take your order?
주문을 받아도 되겠습니까?
Yes, I'd like to have vegetable soup and salad.
그래요, 야채 수프와 샐러드를 원해요.

Will you have some dessert?
디저트를 드시겠습니까?
Yes, but maybe later.
예, 그런데 나중에요.

I'd like to have two hamburgers.
햄버거 두 개를 원하는데요.
Anything to drink?
마실 것을 원하세요?
Yes, two large Cokes, please.
큰 컵으로 콜라 두 개를 주세요.
Is that for here or to go?
여기서 드시겠습니까, 아니면 가지고 가시겠습니까?
To go.
가지고 갈래요.
That's four dollars fifty cents.
사달러 오십센트입니다.
Here you are.
여기 있습니다.
Here's the change.
잔돈 여기 있습니다.

We have orange juice, Coke, seven-up, beer, and wine.
오렌지 주스와 콜라, 쎄븐-업, 그리고 와인이 있습니다.

Do you have anything valuable inside?
안에 귀중한 물건이 들어 있나요?

When do I have to return the book?
이 책 언제 반납해야 하나요?
Within a week. You may keep it for a week.
일주일 이내에요. 일주일동안 빌려 갈 수 있습니다.

Have you enjoyed your stay here?
여기 머무르는 동안 즐겨웠나요?

I'm doing the laundry. Do you have anything you need washed?
세탁하는 중이야. 세탁할 것 있니?
Yes. Just a couple of shirts.
있어. 셔츠 두 세 벌 있어.

But with my washer I don't have to waste time sitting in a Laundromat.
나는 세탁기가 있어서 빨래방 동전 세탁기 앞에 앉아 기다릴 필요가 없거든.

As a matter of fact, she's just had her first book of poems published.
사실, 그녀의 첫 번째 시집이 발간되었어.

It's good to have some experience before graduating.
졸업하기 전에 경험을 쌓는 것은 좋은 것이죠.

Do you have any bags to check?
수화물로 보낼 가방이 있습니까?
Yes, here you are.
예. 여기 있어요.
Okay.I've checked your bags through to your destination. And here's your boarding pass.
좋습니다. 당신가방을 행선지로 보내기 위해 접수했습니다. 여기 탑승권이 있습니다.

Thank you for having me. Good night.
저녁 대접해 줘서 고마워요. 안녕히 계세요.

It's been good talking with you, but I'm afraid I can't stay any longer.
너와 얘기하게 돼서 좋았어. 그런데 유감스럽지만 더 이상 여기있을 수가 없어.
You mean you are leaving now? But it's only eight o'clock.
지금 떠나야 한다는 말이니? 여덟시밖에 안되었는데.
I wish I could stay longer but I don't think I have time.
더 오랫동안 있고 싶지만 시간이 없어서 말이야.

Do you have any special plans for this Saturday?
이번 주 토요일에 특별한 계획 있니?

I have two tickets to a classical music concert this Saturday.
Will you go there with me?
이번 주 토요일에 열리는 고전 음악회 표 두 장이 있어. 같이 갈래?

Well, how about having dinner at my place?
You know, my apartment is close to the concert hall.
우리 집에서 저녁 먹는데 어때? 너도 알다시피, 우리 아파트가 콘서트
홀에서 가깝잖아.

Waitress : Have you been served?
종업원 : 주문하셨습니까?
Kim : No.
김 : 아니오.
Waitress : Then, may I take your order, sir?
종업원 : 그럼, 주문하시겠습니까?
Kim : Let me see the menu first.
김 : 먼저 메뉴 판을 볼게요.
Waitress : Here you are, sir.
종업원 : 여기 있어요.
Kim : Okay.
김 : 예.
Kim : Well... what do you recommend?
김 : 저... 무엇을 추천해 주시겠어요.?
Waitress : Today's special is steak, sir.
종업원 : 오늘 특별 요리는 스테이크입니다.
Kim : I'd like to have a steak, please.
김 : 스테이크를 먹기로 하죠.

Please have him return my call when he gets back. He has my phone number.
돌아오면 제게 전화하라고 해 주세요. 제 번호는 알고 계실 거에요.

Doctor : Please sit in this chair.
의사 : 이 의자에 앉으세요.
Doctor : What seems to be the matter? What are your symptoms?
의사 : 어디가 아픈 것 같아요? 증세가 어떠세요?
Alice : I feel just awful.
엘리스 : 몸이 매우 안 좋아요.
Doctor : Do you have a cough or a runny nose?
의사 : 재채기하거나 콧물이 나오나요?
Alice : No cough. But my nose is a little runny.
엘리스 : 재채기는 안 해요. 그런데, 콧물이 조금 나와요.

Doctor : Well, you seem to have exhausted yourself. And you seem to have a
virus. But it's not a serious virus.
의사 : 글쎄요, 몸이 매우 피곤한 것 같은데요. 바이러스에 감염된 것같습니다. 심
각하지는 않아요.

I really have to lose some weight. You know, the summer is just
around the corner and I want to get into shape before the summer comes.
몸무게를 조금 빼야 해요. 당신도 알다시피, 여름이 곧 오는데
여름이 오기 전에 몸매를 가꾸고 싶어요.

I really enjoyed the days we spent in Los Angeles. I especially had a good
time at Disneyland.
로스앤젤레스에서 보낸 날들이 정말 좋았어. 특히 디즈니랜드에서 좋은 시간
을 보냈어.

at second hand; (=indirectly) 간접적으로
I have heard the news at first hand from him.

avail oneself of; (=take advantage of, use) 이용하다
You had better avail yourself of this opportunity.

due to; (=owing to) ~때문에
The accident was due to his careless driving.
He is due to speak this evening.
Mistake due to carelessness may have serious consequences.

be equal to; (=have ability for) ~을 감당할 능력 있다
I think that I am equal to the task.

become of; (=happen to) ~되다
Do you know what has become of him?

bring up; (=educate, rear) 교육하다, 양육하다
She has brought up five children.

by the way; (=incidentally) 그런데
By the way, I have something to tell you.

by virtue of; (=because of) ~의 덕분으로
He has succeeded by virtue of industry.

come by; (=obtain, visit) 획득하다, 방문하다
Food and clothing are not to be come by without toil.
When I have time, I will come by.

come up to; (=equal) 동등하다
Your work has not come up to my expectations.

devote oneself to; (=give oneself to) 헌신하다
He has devoted himself to the cause democracy.

de well to; (=had better) ~하는 게 좋다
Young men do well to read the lives of great men.

ever since; (=from then till now) 그 이후 죽
He went to America in 1960 and has lived there ever since.

fall back on; (=depend on, have recourse to) ~에 의지하다
In case you fail, you must have something to fall back on.

familiar with + 사물; (=having a good knowledge) ~을 잘 아는

for a time; (=for a while) 잠시 동안
He stopped there for a time to have a look at it.

for ages; (=for years, for a long time) 오랫동안
I have not seen him for ages.

for example (or instance); (=by way of illustration) 가령 예를 들어, 이를테면
Many great men have risen from poverty-Lincoln and Edison, for example.

for my part; (=as for me, as far as I am concerned) 나로서는
For my part I have no objection.

for nothing; (=in vain, without reason, without payment) 헛되이, 이유 없이, 공짜로
We had all our trouble for nothing.
They quarrelled for nothing. I got it for nothing.

for one thing; (=in the first place) 우선, 첫째는
For one thing I am busy; for another I don't have the money.

get on with; (=live in a friendly way with) 사이좋게 지내다
Tell me how he has got on in the world.
He is getting on (or along) with his neighbors.

give way; (=retreat, break down, abandon oneself to) 물러서다, 무너지다, 참다못해 ~하다
Our troops had to give way.
The railings gave way and he fell over the cliff.
Don't give way to despair.

happen to; (=chance to, have the fortune of) 우연히 하다
I happened to meet him in the park.

have a mind to; (=feel inclined to) ~하고 싶다
We all have a mind to do something for others.

have nothing to do with; (=have no dealings with) ~과 관계가 없다
I advise you to have nothing to do with that man.
Have you anything to do with that matter?

have done with; (=finish, have no connection with) ~을 끝내다
When you have done with the work, please help us.

have (get) one's own way; (=get or do what one wants) 마음 대로하다
He is apt to have his own way in everything.

have to do with; (=be concerned with) ~에 관계가 있다
We have to do with the facts, not theories.

hear of; (=know by hearsay) ~에 관해 소문을 듣다
Have you heard from him recently?
Have you heard of the English poet John Keats?

hit upon; (=come upon, occur to) 우연히 만나다, 생각나다
I have hit upon a good idea.

in any case; (=whatever happens, anyhow) 어떤 경우에도, 어쨌든
In any case you had better hear what he says.

on behalf of; (=as the representative of) ~을 대표하여
He has done his best in behalf of his company.
On behalf of the company, I welcome you.

on hand; (=in one's possession) 가지고 있는
The problem in hand is difficult to solve.
We have some new goods on hand.

in the cause of; (=for the sake of) ~을 위해서
They worked in the cause of charity.
He has done much in the cause of democracy.

leave out; (=omit, fail to consider) 생략하다, 잊다
You have left out her name on this list.
Nobody speaks to him; he is always left out.

let up; (=slacken, lessen in intensity) 누그러지다, (폭풍우가) 자다
It has rained for three days without letting up.

live on; (=have as food or diet) ~을 먹고살다
We Koreans chiefly live on rice.

look after; (=take care of, seek after) 돌보다, 찾다
He has a large family to look after.

lose one's head; (=become very excited) 흥분하다, 이성을 잃다
He has lost his head over her.

lose the day; (=lose, be defeated) 패하다
They have lost the day.

make a fortune; (=earn great wealth) 돈을 모으다
They say that he has made a fortune.

make fun of; (=scoff, ridicule) 비웃다, 조롱하다
We must not make fun of the ideas others have about God.

make up for; (=compensate for, atone for) 보충하다, 보상하다
I had to work hard to make up for lost time.

of late; (=lately, recently) 최근에
We have had little rain of late.

on hand; (=in one's possession) 가지고 있는
He could not answer my question off hand.
We have a large supply of goods on hand.

up to date; (=modern) 최신식의
The idea has gone out of date.
He is very up to date in his methods of language teaching.

over and over again; (=repeatedly) 몇 번이고 거듭
Turn what you have read over and over again in your mind.

pass through; (=experience, undergo) 경험하다, 겪다
I have passed through lots of risks.

be possessed of; (=own, have) 소유하다

provide for; (=support, do what is necessary) 부양하다, 대비하다
He has a large family to provide for.

read over; (=read roughly) 대충 읽다
I had no time to correct your paper, but read it over.

read through; (=read from beginning to end) 통독하다
I have read this book through once.

reflect on; (=think over) 심사숙고하다
Reflect on all I have said to you.

run out of; (=exhaust the supply of, run short of) (물품이) 바닥이 나다
The troops ran out of ammunition and had to withdraw.

see off; (=accompany until one goes away) 전송하다
I have been to Kimpo to see him off.

serve one right; (=to be one's just punishment) 당연한 취급을 하다, 그래 싸다
It serves you right to have lost your purse; you were always too careless with it.

set out; (=set off, begin, leave) 시작하다, 떠나다
He has set out in business. He set off on his journey.

settle down; (=fix one's home somewhere permanently, become tranquil) 정착하다, (흥분이) 가라앉다.
The cowboys settled down in the West.
The excitement has settled down.

share in; (=have a share in) ~을 분담하다
I will share in the cost with you.

stand a chance; (=have the possibility) 가능성이 있다
He stands a good chance of winning the fight.

succeed in; (=have success in) 성공하다

take a fancy; (=take a liking) ~을 좋아하다
I have taken a fancy to this house.

take the place of; (=be substituted for) ~을 대신하다
Yesterday a severe earthquake took place.
Television has taken the place of radio.

tell on; (=have a marked effect on) ~에 영향을 미치다
The hard work began to tell on him.

think over; (=consider carefully before deciding) 곰곰이 생각하다
She had thought it over beforehand.

decollete having a low cut neckline

verdigris gree coating on copper which has been exposed to the weather

1000원 짜리 다섯 장 있습니까?
Do you have five 1,000 won bills?

1회용 컵 있나요?
Can I have a disposable paper cup?

3000원에 상당하는 물건은 어떤 게 있나요?
What do you have costing 3000 won?

가슴이 두근두근 그려요.
My heart is pounding.
I have butterflies in my stomach.

같은 걸로 주세요.
Make it two, please.
Same here, please.
I'll have the same.

계산서 좀 주시겠습니까?
May I have the check/bill, please?
Check, please.

괜한 말을 했군요.
I shouldn't have said that.

그 동안 당신과 정이 많이 들었습니다.
I have grown quite attached to you.

기억력이 대단해요.
He has a photographic memory.
He has a good memory like a computer.

배짱이 두둑합니다.
He has guts.

그 사람한테 발목 잡힌 것 있어요?
Does he have something on you?

그 상황에서는 저도 기분 나빴을 거예요.
I'd have felt bad in the same situation.

그는 산전수전 다 겪었어요.
He has gone through hell.

그는 식성이 좋다.
He has a good appetite.

그는 퇴근했습니다.
He has gone for the day.

그들은 궁합이 잘 맞아요.
They have good chemistry.

그런 건 감수해야죠.
We just have to put up with it.

나도 한 때는 잘나갔었는데.
I had my glory days.
(cf) I'm over the hill.

난 아직 멀었군.
I still have a long way to go.

남의 떡이 더 커 보이기 마련이지요.
We often think what others have is better.

내 코가 석자예요.
I have enough problem of my own.

내일은 근무 안 해요.
I have the day off tomorrow.
I'm off tomorrow.

너 정말 버릇이 없구나.
You don't have any manners at all.
Where are your manners?

너 참 많이 변했다.
You have really changed a lot.

눈이 그 분과 닮았어요.
You have his eyes.

눈이 충혈 되었어요.
I have red eyes.
My eyes are bloodshot.

다리가 저려요.
I have a cramp in my leg./ My leg is cramped.

다음 기회로 미루어도 될까요?
Can I have a raincheck?

다음에 차나 한잔합시다.
Let's have a tea together sometimes.

당신 고집불통이군요.
You're as stubborn as a mule.
You have to do everything his way.

당신 머리 자르셨군요.
You had your hair cut.
You got a haircut.

당신은 보조개가 예쁘게 들어가는군요.
You have a pretty dimple.

당신은 운동신경이 좋군요.
You have very quick reflexes.

당신은 입장을 밝혀야 했어요.
You had to take a stand.

당신은 참 개성적이에요.
You have quite a personality.

당신을 만나지 말았어야 했어요.
I shouldn't have met you.

당신이라면 어떻게 했겠어요?
What would you have done?

당신한테는 해당되지 않아요.
It has nothing to do with you.

더는 못 먹겠어요.
I've had enough.

두 장 더 주세요.
May I have two more copies, please?
I need two more, please.

목이 쉬었어요.
My voice is hoarse.
I have a frog in my throat.

물어 보고 싶었던 게 있어요.
I have something to ask you.
Can I ask you something?

미에 대한 안목이 있으시군요.
You have an eye for beauty.

바로 찾아 오셨습니다.
You have the right place.

발꿈치가 까졌어요.
My heels are blistered.
I have a blister on my heel.

밤참 먹는 게 어때요?
How about (having) a late-night snack?

벼락치기해야 할거 같아요.
I have to cram for this test.

불행 중 다행입니다.
It could have been worse.

뻐드렁니가 있어요.
I have buck teeth.

사랑니를 뺐어요.
I had my wisdom tooth pulled out.
(cf) eye tooth : 송곳니, molar tooth : 어금니, cavity : 충치

사인해 주세요.
My I have your autograph[signature]?

선불입니다.
You have to pay in advance.

선택의 여지가 없군요.
I have no choice[options ;alternative].

심증은 가는데 물증이 없어요.
I think I know who did it, but I don't have proof.

여러 가지 고민들로 머릿속이 복잡해요.
I have a lot on my mind.

오늘 보강이 있어요.
We have a make-up class today.

오늘은 푹 잘 잤다.
I slept like a baby[log].
I had a good night's sleep.

왜 그렇게 시무룩하게 있어요?
Why do you have a long face?
(cf) I'm just feeling a little blue.
그냥 좀 우울해요.

우리가 일을 끝내야 할 최종 기한이 있습니다.
We have a deadline to meet.
We must finish our project on time.

우리학교는 미국에 있는 학교와 자매결연을 맺었어요.
We have a sister school in the U.S.

우선 뭐 좀 마시고 싶군요.
I'd like a drink first. Let me have something to drink first.

이 책은 언제까지 반납해야 되나요?
When do I have to return this book?
When is this book due?

이가 몹시 쑤십니다.
I have such an awful toothache.

이렇다 할 이유는 없어요.
I have no special reason.

이제 한국 사람이 다 되었군요.
You have become Koreanized.

입맛이 없어요.
I don't have an appetite.

자꾸 딸꾹질이 나와요.
I have hiccups.

저는 다리에 알이 배었어요.
I have a knot in my leg.

저는 배가 나왔어요.
I have a beer-belly [pot-belly].

저는 요즘 스트레스를 많이 받고 있어요.
I have been under a lot of stress lately.

저는 입덧이 심합니다.
I have severe morning sickness.

저는 지금 치아 교정을 하고 있습니다.
I have braces on my teeth.

저의 집에 한 번 놀러 오세요.
Please stop by my house sometime.
Why don't you drop by when you have time?

전 위가 안 좋은 편이에요.
I have a stomachache.
I have trouble with my stomach.

전 혀를 내미는 버릇이 있어요.
I have a habit of sticking my tongue out.

정전이에요.
It's a blackout.
The power's out.
We have no power in the house.

제가 어떻게 해야 했죠?
What was I supposed to do?
What should I have done?

제가 정말 갖고 싶어했던 거예요.
This is really what I wanted to have.

제게 미행이 있어요.
I have a tail.
Someone is tailing me.

줄담배 피시는군요.
You have a chain smoker.

쥐구멍에도 볕들 날이 있다.
Fortune knocks once at every man's gate.
Every dog has his day.

지금 돈 가진 것 있으세요?
Do you have money on[with] you?

짚신도 짝이 있어요.
Every Jack has his Gill.

체한 것 같아요.
I have indigestion.
I have a sour stomach.

충치가 있어요.
I have a cavity.
I have a bad tooth.

컵에 이가 빠졌어요.
This cup has a chip.
This cup is chipped.

털어서 먼지 안 나는 사람 없어요.
Everyone has their faults.

학교 생활은 재미있나요?
Do you have fun in school?

You can't have your cake and eat, too.
(좋은 일을 한꺼번에 할 수는 없다.)

제가 언제 빈 말 하는 것 보셨어요?
Have you ever seen me go back on my word?

3달러에 상당하는 물건은 어떤 게 있나요?
What do you have that costs three dollars?

He has a head for business.
그는 사업에 재능이 있어요.

You don't know the power you have over me.
제가 당신한테 얼마나 쩔쩔 매는지 몰라요.

I had a minor setback.
제게 작은 문제가 생겼습니다.

You won't have a problem coughing it up.
당신은 그걸 내놓는 데 어려움이 없을 겁니다.

He has a soft spot for his family.
그는 가족에 대해선 마음이 약해집니다.

He has a crush on me.
그 사람은 저한테 푹 빠졌어요.

She had the goods on me.
그녀는 시시콜콜 나에 대해 알고 있었죠.

우리 집에 식구가 들었다.
We had a new addition to our family.

저는 머리숱이 많아요.
I have thick hair.

그는 입이 가볍다.
He is a blabbermouth.
He has loose lips.

뒷 끝이 없다.
You didn't hold a grudge.
You are not having a grudge.
Nobody held a grudge.

그는 세상 물정에 밝아요.
He has been around.

그 난관과 싸워야 했다.
I had to hang tough.

그는 거만해졌다.
He has a big head.(= He is gone to his head.)

그는 평소에 과속하는 습관이 있다.
He has a lead(or heavy) foot.

You could have fooled me.
나는 깜빡 속는 줄 알았다.

이 옷은 정전기가 잘 올라요.
These clothes have a lot of static.

The skirt has a side-slit.
이 스커트는 옆이 트였어.(특히 남성 옷의 트임은 slit라고 하기보다는 vent라고 한다.)

비즈니스에서 경쟁이 과다하여 서로 제살 깎아먹기식 영업을 하고 있다.
Fierce competition has caused a price war.

발톱이 살을 파고들어서 아프다.
I have an in-growing toenail, so it hurts so bad.

아마 Susan은 그 소식을 이미 들었을 거야.
Chances are Susan has already heard the news.

사실은 성형수술을 좀 했어.
The truth is, I've had a little cosmetic surgery.
Actually, I've had some plastic surgery done.

똑 부러지게 생겼어요.(이목구비가 뚜렷하게 생겼어요.)
He/She has clear-cut features.

목 안 아프게 하는 드롭프스 있나요?
Could I have some throat lozenges?

얼굴에 다 씌여 있어, 다 아는 수가 있지.
It's written all over your face, I have my ways.

횡설수설하다.
That's a lot of jargon.(=I have no idea what you're saying.)

눈치가 보여요.
I have to be careful what I do.

이건 내가 찜 해 놨어.
I have dibs on this.

그는 아직 풋내기다.
He has milk on his chin.

우린 눈빛만 봐도 통해.
We don't have to say anything to know what each other's feeling.

경비를 줄여야 합니다.
We have to cut corners.

너무 큰 기대를 하고 갔다가 실망했어요.
I had high hopes but it was let down.

마음껏 즐깁시다.
Let's have a ball!

It would have been nice.
좋다 말았어요.

You really have a one-track mind.
당신은 정말 하나밖에 모르는군요.

좋다가 말았어요.
It would have been nice.

다 와가니?(거의 도착했니?):
Have we almost arrived there?

그 사람은 반신반의하는 것 같았습니다.
He/She seemed to have doubts.

그는 현상수배자이다.
He has a price on his head.

혀가 짧아서 그래요!
I'm tongue-tied.
My tongue has a problem.

전 사진 찍는 건 좋아하는데, 사진 발이 안 받아요.
I like having my pictures taken, but I'm not very photogenic.

액땜했다고 생각하세요.
Consider yourself lucky, it could have been worse.

You have bad breath.
입에서 악취가 풍겨

입이 열 개라도 할말이 없다.
Even if I had a silver tongue, I would have nothing to say.

전화번호는 맞는데 제가 당겨 받은 겁니다.
You have the right number, but I picked it up because he/she is not at his/her desk right now.

5개의 부실은행이 퇴출당했다
Five ailing banks have been shut down[closed, liquidated]

좋다 말았어요.
It would have been nice.

착각은 자유다.
Everyone is free to have their own illusions.

He has receding hairline.
머리가 점점 벗겨지고 있다.

I think we have a lot of things to catch up on.
우린 만나서 회포를 풀 것이 있다.

He has tunnel vision.
그는 시야가 좁아요.

벌써 목이 여럿 달아났어요.
Several have already been laid off.

He has no furniture in his pocket except money.
그는 돈 밖에 없다.

일회용 반창고 있습니까?
Do you have any disposable bandages?

구더기 무서워서 장 못 담그랴
You can't succeed if you are afraid of failure.
You have to get your hands dirty to get the work done.

말을 행동으로 옮겨라
Practice what you preach./ You have to walk the talk.

I didn't have the guts.
나는 그럴 용기가 없었어

친구들이 절보고 공주병이라고 부른답니다.
My friends say that I have a princess complex.

구더기가 무서워서 장 못 담그랴.
You can't succeed if you are afraid of failure.
You have to get your hands dirty to get the work done.

당신 정신이 나갔군요.
You've gone off the deep end.
You don't have both oars in the water stupid.

너는 하나만 알고 둘은 모르는구나.
You have a very one-sided view about it.
You have a very narrow-minded view about it.

말이 와전된 것 같아.
It sounds like somebody has given you incorrect information.
It sounds like you were misinformed.

신입사원을 위한 환영회를 엽시다.
Let's have a welcome party for new members of the staff.

Mr. Kim이 우리를 위해서 많은 배려를 해줬는데 그가 사임했다고 하니 참 아쉽군요.
It is a pity that Mr. Kim has resigned. He was very considerate to us.

그는 내 말이면 꼼짝 못해요.
I have him wrapped around my finger.

나는 말발이 서지 않아.
I don't have a say in that matter.

정말 염치가 없군.
You have no shame.

네 오빠가 날 좋아한다는 느낌이 들어.
I have a hunch that your brother likes me.

정말 적은 돈으로 집을 장만하다니 운이 좋았어.
I'm lucky to have gotten my place for chicken feed.

얼마를 원하세요?
What price/price range do you have in mind?

내 말이면 꼼짝못해요.
I have him wrapped around my finger.

밑져야 본전이죠.
You have nothing to lose.

한두 살 먹은 어린앤 줄 아세요?
You don't have to spoonfeed them.

당신은 충치가 두개 있습니다.
You have two cavities.

어디 갔다 오세요?
Where did you go?
Where are you coming from?
Where have you been?

순산하길 기도할게요.
I hope you have an easy delivery.

내가 괜한 말을 했나 봐요.
I shouldn't have said anything.

실밥이 터졌어요.
The seam has come undone.

군대에서의 추억이 주마등처럼 스쳐 지나갔어요.
I was having flashbacks of army life.

그녀는 다혈질입니다.
She has a short fuse.

그녀가 뭐라고 하는지 듣기 위해 거기 있었어야 했는데.
You should have been there to hear what she said..

네가 사무실 주변을 배회하다가 서류들을 복사해간 것 같은데.
It appears that you have been sneaking around the office and photocopying documents.

발리에서 아주 즐거운 시간을 보내고 있었는데 오랫동안 떠나고 싶지 않았다.
When I was having such a good time in Bali, I didn't feel like leaving for a long time.

그는 점심식사에 나를 데리고 가기로 했던 것을 잊어버렸음에 틀림없다.
He must have forgotten that he was supposed to pick me up at lunch time.

저희들은 다른 곳에서 자금을 조달해야 할 것 같은데요.
I guess we will have to get the money from another source.

전화비가 좀더 저렴한 자정에서 오전 6시 사이에 전화해 준 적 있어?
Have you tried calling between midnight and 6:00 a.m. when the phone rates are lower?

집에서 떠나 있는 동안 좀더 자주 가족들에게 전화할 수 있었으면 좋았을 텐데.
I wish I could have called my family more often while I was away from home.

난 중국어를 말은 잘 하지만 읽기와 쓰기에 관해서는 아직도 할 게 많이 남아 있다.
I can speak Chinese but when it comes to reading and writing I still have a lot of work left to do.

이 사람들 모두에게 내일 점심과 저녁을 먹일 만큼 음식이 충분 한가요?
Do you have enough to feed all these people lunch and dinner tomorrow?

음식이 남으면 내일 점심으로 싸 가면 돼요.
If you have food left over, you may take it for lunch tomorrow.

제이슨이 지난 주 회계학 시험을 얼마나 잘 쳤는지 들었나요?
Have you heard how well Mr. Kim did on his accounting exam last week?

오늘 널 만날 시간이 있을지 장담할 수가 없어.
I'm not sure that I'll have time to meet you today.

난 공포영화를 보러 갔는데, 너무 무서워서 거의 눈을 감고 있었다.
I went to the horror movie but it was so frightening that I had to close my eyes through most of it.

제가 빈말하는 것 봤어요?
Have you seen me go back on my word?

접수담당자더러 조합대표에게 위로의 카드를 보내라고 해 주십시오.
Please have the receptionist send a condolence card to the union leader.

지난주에 요청한 4개의 보고서 중 3개는 다 쓸 시간이 있었어.
I had time to write up three of the four reports you requested last week.

올 것이 왔어요.
The inevitable has come.

당신은 권태기가 있었어요?
Have you ever had the seven-year itch?

당신 한몫 잡았겠네요.
You must have made a bundle of cash.

저는 지금 치아 교정을 하고 있습니다.
I have braces on my teeth.

괜한 말을 했군요.
I shouldn't have said that.

전 혀를 내미는 버릇이 있어요.
I have a habit of sticking my tongue out.

저는 입덧이 심합니다.
I have severe morning sickness.

저의 집에 한 번 놀러 오세요.
Please stop by my house sometime.
Why don't you drop by when you have time?

Can I have a doggy bag?
이것 좀 싸 주세요.

너 오늘 잘 만났다.
Okay! You're mine today.
Your time has gone.

나는 목이 뻐근해요.
I have a stiff neck.
My neck muscles are really tight.
My neck is killing me.
I pulled my neck muscles.

Korea has come a long way.
한국이 많이 발전했다.

눈이 충혈 되었어요.
I have red eyes.
My eyes are bloodshot.

당신 배짱 한번 두둑하군요.
What nerve you have.

눈이 그 분과 닮았어요.
You have his eyes.

잘 자. 내 꿈꿔
Sleep tight, I'll meet you in your dreams.
Goodnight, dream about me.
Goodnight, have a dream about me.

너 헌혈 해봤니?
Have you ever given blood?

그 사람 배짱이 두둑합니다.
He has guts.

당신을 만나지 말았어야 했어요.
I shouldn't have met you.

그 동안 당신과 정이 많이 들었습니다.
I have grown quite attached to you.

사인해 주세요.
May I have your autograph[signature]?

몇몇이 술을 지나치게 마시는 바람에 일이 난감해졌다.
A few people had too much to drink, and things got out of hand.

털어서 먼지 안 나는 사람 없어요.
Everyone has their faults.

그 사람 기억력이 대단해요.
He has a photographic memory.
He has a good memory like a computer.

이 단계에서는 정말 빈틈없이 해야 한다.
You really have to keep on your toes in this line of work.

당신은 참 개성적이에요.
You have quite a personality.

선택의 여지가 없군요.
I have no choice[options ;alternative].

선불입니다.
You have to pay in advance.

학교 생활은 재미있나요?
Do you have fun in school?

나는 음치입니다.
I can't carry a tune(in a bucket).
I am tone-deaf.
I don't have a very good ear for music.

학교 생활은 재미있나요?
Do you have fun in school?

오늘 보강이 있어요.
We have a make-up class today.

다음 기회로 미루어도 될까요?
Can I have a raincheck?

다음에 차나 한잔합시다.
Let's have a tea together sometimes.

다리가 뻣뻣해요.
My legs are stiff[sore].
다리가 저려요.
I have a cramp in my leg./ My leg is cramped.

당신 고집불통이군요.
You're as stubborn as a mule.
You have to do everything his way.

체한 것 같아요.
I have indigestion.
I have a sour stomach.

저는 요즘 스트레스를 많이 받고 있어요.
I have been under a lot of stress lately.

이봐, 좀 봐줘. 휴가 좀 줘.
Come on-have a heart.-Give us the day off.

톰은 독설가지만 알고 보면 좋은 사람이다.
Tom has a sharp tongue, but he's really very nice.

당신은 입장을 밝혀야 했어요.
You had to take a stand.

당신이라면 어떻게 했겠어요?
What would you have done?

이 방은 아름답군, 자네는 색에 대한 안목이 있어.
This room is beautiful; you really have an eye for color.

I don't have that kind of money.
나는 그렇게 많은 돈이 없다.

쿠키가 눅눅해졌어요.
The cookies have turned soggy.

제가 어떻게 해야 했죠?
What was I supposed to do?
What should I have done?

제가 정말 갖고 싶어했던 거예요.
This is really what I wanted to have.

밤참 먹는 게 어때요?
How about (having) a late-night snack?

오늘은 푹 잘 잤다.
I slept like a baby[log].
I had a good night's sleep.

우리들은 이곳에 견학 왔어요.
We came here on a field trip.
We're here on a class trip.
We're having a class field trip.

난 아직 멀었군.
I still have a long way to go.
I still have a way to go.
I still have quite a way to go.

정전이에요.
It's a blackout.
The power's out.
We have no power in the house.

미에 대한 안목이 있으시군요.
You have an eye for beauty.

당신은 이 사건과 관계가 있습니까?
Did you have a hand in this disaster?

폭력 많은 영화들은 애들에게 부정적 영향을 줄 수가 있어요.
Violent movies might have a negative impact on kids

바로 찾아 오셨습니다.
You have the right place.

제가 살아오면서 대부분의 여행은 대학교 때 했어요.
I have done most of my traveling when I was in college.
I was in college when I did most of my traveling.
Most of my traveling was done during my collegiate years.

저는 배가 나왔어요.
I have a beer-belly [pot-belly].

발꿈치가 까졌어요.
My heels are blistered.
I have a blister on my heel.

난 점을 뺄 거예요.
I'm going to take out my mole.
I'm having my mole removed.
I'm going to get rid of my mole.

제게 미행이 붙었어요.
I have a tail. Someone is tailing me.
I have someone tailing me.

때와 장소를 가려서 거기에 어울리는 다른 표현을 썼어야 했어요.
You should have said something else that was more in accordance with the time and place.


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