april 3- taught by him, to me

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그가 나에게 가르쳐준

Taught by him, to me.

 

Speedo

Swimsuit for a man, similar style to briefs

 

Sketchy

Shady

 

Panache

A finishing touch of flair on a person’s style (possibly dandy)

 

Edgeland

An area that is a borderland between human (and likely industrial) presence and nature

 

Governor/mayor

Head of a state/ head of a city

 

Frothy

Bubbly, as a beer’s foam or ocean surf

 

Pretentious

Full of pretense, full of oneself; an aire of high and mighty

 

Mortar and pestle

A traditional tool, of a bowl and a sort of pommel, used to grind and crush ingredients

 

Faux not fox, but foe

Imitation

 

Heir not higher, but air

The inheritor of something

 

Lithograph

An offset printing method, in which greasy areas of the printing surface attract grease, and thus are black, whereas wet areas of the the surface repel ink and are white

 

Silverpoint

A traditional drawing method in which a silver stylus is rubbed over an abrasive ground (usually on paper) leaving an indelible, metallic mark. This mark will tarnish over time

 

Burin

A chisel-like tool used for hand-engraving

 

Prosciutto

A style of cured ham

 

Wart

A hardening of the skin which is often caused by the Human Papilloma Virus

 

Brisket

A cut of beef; a style of barbeque made of that cut

 

Sustainable meat

Meat from an animal which has been raised through what are deemed “better practices”

 

Second cousin

The child of your parent’s first cousin?

 

Third cousin

A further removed version of a second cousin

 

Autobody shop

A business which repairs the finishes on automobiles

 

Prosecco

An Italian sparkling wine

 

Sleezy

Disreputable

 

Tabooleh

A Mediterranean food

 

I-beam

A large steel beam which looks like the captial letter “I” in cross-section

 

Stacked

In American slang, voluptuous

 

Brickhouses

Same definition as stacked; a brickhouse is stacked

 

Awning

The overhanging canopy of a store or business

 

Eschewing

Leaving aside

 

Cartographically

Pertaining to maps

 

Mesas

Spanish: table; geographically: meaning a formation of mountain with a flat top that looks like a tabletop

 

Stocky

Likely short, somewhere between chubby and muscular