These small particles agglomerate together to form larger clusters.
They agglomerated many small pieces of research into a single large study.
An (agglomerate/accumulate) flower head is more effective to draw many bees that can help pollination.
The country is an agglomeration of different ethnic and religious groupings.
She imagined herself lost in a great conglomeration of ugly concrete buildings.
Ssangyong creditors have signed a memo of understanding with the Chinese chemicals conglomerate.
The population of Seattle is a conglomerate of people from different ethnic and cultural backgrounds.
1. Calling himself a political prisoner is merely an attempt to aggrandize and legitimize his actions.
I aggrandize my imagination by watching science fiction movie.
2. The fact is, though, that virtually every policy will have tragic anecdotes to condemn or aggrandize it.
The movie has been criticized for apparently legitimizing violence.
amusing anecdotes about his brief career as an actor
- 1. If the people I live with smoke, will it aggravate my condition?
- 2. She finds the behavior insulting and aggravating.
Blend well, add food coloring and vanilla.
In person, he tends to be gregarious and kind of funny.
Bad health and fear of crime can turn freedom into frightening solitude.
What aggrieves the families most is that the courts are not totting up the multiple offences
He doesn't mind paying a weekly sum but it aggrieves him that he is not allowed to see her.
1. 위법[범법] 행위, 범죄 a criminal/serious/minor/sexual, etc. offence 형사상 범죄/중대한 범법 행위[범죄]/사소한 위법 행위/성범죄 등
tot something up
1. ~을 합하다
There are two main problems which afflict people with hearing impairments.
About 40% of the country's population is afflicted with the disease.
There are many problems that afflict students.
impairment [ɪm|permənt] 영국식 [ɪm|peəmənt]
[명사] (전문 용어) (신체적・정신적) 장애
embezzler 미국·영국 [imbézlər,em-]
[명사] <위탁금 등을> 써버리는 사람, 횡령[착복]자
a convicted murderer
유죄 판결을 받은 살인범
employee 미국·영국 [ɪm|plɔɪi:]
The firm has over 500 employees.
We had much conflict between our employer and the employees last year.
inflict 미국·영국 [ɪn|flɪkt]
They surveyed the damage inflicted by the storm.
Only cruel people like to inflict corporal suffering on others.
candor 미국·영국 [kǽndər]
공평무사, 허심 탄회; 솔직, 정직
self-assertive (←self assertiveness)
- [형용사] 자신만만한, 자기주장이 강한
- [명사] 중뿔나게 나섬, 주제넘음.
exalt 미국·영국 [ɪg|zɔ:lt]
Reading poems can sometimes exalt his spirits
the high/low standing of politicians with the public
disclosure 미국식 [dɪs|kloʊƷə(r)]