each / every
 
each other /
one another
 
eager / anxious / keen
 
earthly / earthy
 
economic / economical
 
effective / efficient
 
egoism / egotism
 
either...or /
neither...nor
 
elegy / eulogy
 
elicit / illicit
 
emigrate / immigrate / migrate
 
eminent / imminent
 
en route
 
enough
 
enthuse
 
enviable / envious
 
equable / equitable
 
ethical / moral
 
euphemisms
 
even
 
excuse me /
pardon me /
I'm sorry / apologize
 
extinguish /
put out / go out
 
  euphemisms
A.

act of love (an act of sexual intercourse)성행위 라는 의미로 사용된다.

1. The young man was inexperienced in the act of love.
2. The newlyweds were too exhausted by the wedding festivities to perform the act of love.
B. adult (pornographic)성인용의 라는 의미로 사용된다.
1. That theater shows adult movies.
2. You must be 21 years old to purchase adult magazines.
C. aging (old)고령의 라는 의미로 사용된다.
1. The aging residents of the neighborhood were concerned about crime in the area.
2. Bill is aging. He isn't as active as he was when he was younger.
D. arouse someone (to excite someone sexually)누구를 흥분시키다 라는 의미로 사용된다.
1. Her suggestive talk aroused him.
2. The love scenes in the movie aroused her.
E. assault someone (to rape someone)누구를 폭행하다 라는 의미로 사용된다.
1. The police are searching for the man who assaulted a woman in the park yesterday morning.
2. He had beaten and assaulted at least three other women.
F. at liberty (without a job)한가롭게로 무직을 표현한다.
1. What position do you currently hold?   I am currently at liberty.
2. You may consider yourself at liberty to seek other employment.
G. backfire (to expel gas from the anus)방귀뀌다의 완곡어법이다.
1. Excuse me! I backfired.
2. Green peppers always make me backfire.
H. between jobs (unemployed)직업이 없는의 완곡어법이다.
1. Tell me about your current position.   I'm between jobs right now.
2. When Jill was between jobs, she took a computer class at the community college.
I. the birds and the bees (the facts about sex)성에 관한 것들을 의미한다.
1. Jane is growing up. It's about time we talked to her about the birds and the bees.
2. His parents gave him a book about the birds and the bees.
J. B.M. (a bowel movement; an act of defecation)대변을 의미한다.
1. I'm afraid something might be wrong with the baby. She hasn't had a B.M. for two days.
2. Drinking coffee helps me get my B.M., you know.
K. boom boom (defecation (Baby talk))은 애기의 표현으로 대변을 의미한다.
1. Did baby make boom boom in her diapers?
2. Mommy, I have to go boom boom!
L. break wind (to expel gas from the anus)방귀뀌다의 완곡어법이다.
1. Someone in the bus broke wind. It smelled terrible.
2. He broke wind with an embarrassing noise.
M. burp (to belch)트림하다의 완곡어법이다.
1. Soda pop makes me burp.
2. Brenda burped, and then said, "Excuse me."
N. buxom (having large breasts and hips)는 여성이 가슴과 궁둥이가 큰 것 즉 풍만한을 완곡하게 표현하는 단어이다.
1. She was a skinny child, but a buxom woman.
2. She had a hard time finding clothes that looked good on her buxom figure.
 
 
 
 
The young man was inexperienced in the act of love.
 
 
 
Bill is aging. He isn't as active as he was when he was younger.
 
Her suggestive talk aroused him.
 
 
What position do you currently hold? I am currently at liberty.
 
 
 
 
His parents
gave him a book
about the birds and the bees.
 
 
 
 
Did baby make boom boom in her diapers?
 
 
 
 
 
She was
a skinny child, but
a buxom woman.
 
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