The Tempest (Webster's Korean Thesaurus Edition) by William Shakespeare

By William Shakespeare

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SEBASTIAN. What! art thou waking? ANTONIO. Do you not hear me speak? SEBASTIAN. I do: and surely It is a sleepy language, and thou speak'st Out of thy sleep. What is it thou didst say? This is a strange repose, to be asleep Korean drowsiness: 졸음, 깨나른함, 나른함, 기면상태. exit: 퇴장하다, 출구, 퇴출구, 퇴장, 나감, 퇴거, 끝내기, 퇴거하다. fell: 벌채, 공그르기, 쳐서 넘어 뜨리다, 내리다, 내려가다, 드리워지다, 쓰러지다, 수피, 새어 나오다, 넘어가다, 다가오다. heavy: 무거운, 대량의, 격렬한, 무거운 사람, 묵직한, 모진, 악인역, 도가 강한, 다액의, 고된, 심한. imagination: 상상, 상상력, 창작력, 공상, 창조력, 심상, 구상력, 망상이해력. occasion: 기회, 일으키다, 원인, 특수한 경우, 이유, 근거, 용무, 때, 유인, 특별한 사건, 특정한 때.

Surge: 파동, 큰 파도, 격동, 풀어주다, 뻔뻔스러운, 힘 있는, 두드러진, enmity: 적의, 증오. 파도치다, 밀어닥치다, 물결 침, 뻔뻔한. relieve: 구제하다, 해직하다, 늦추다, 끓어오르다, 굽이침, contentious: 다투기 좋아하는, 안심시키다, 덜다, 경감하다, 대조 파도처럼 밀려오다. 40 The Tempest ALONSO. % SEBASTIAN. You were kneel'd to, and importun'd otherwise By all of us; and the fair soul herself Weigh'd between loathness and obedience at Which end o' th' beam should bow. We have lost your son, I fear, for ever: Milan and Naples have More widows in them of this business' making, Than we bring men to comfort them; the fault's your own.

MIRANDA. What is't? a spirit? Lord, how it looks about! Believe me, sir, It carries a brave form:--but 'tis a spirit. PROSPERO. No, wench; it eats and sleeps, and hath such senses As we have, such; this gallant which thou see'st Was in the wrack; and but he's something stain'd With grief,--that beauty's canker,--thou mightst call him A goodly person: he hath lost his fellows And strays about to find 'em. MIRANDA. I might call him A thing divine; for nothing natural I ever saw so noble. Korean brave: 용감한, 용사, 화려한, 도전하다, 훌륭한, 용감하게 해내다, 전사.

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