daily / once a day / every day
 
data
 
day / date
 
deadly / deathly
 
debut
 
decaf
 
defective / deficient
 
definite / definitive
 
delusion / illusion
 
denote / connote
 
deprecate / depreciate
 
dessert / desert
 
die / dead
 
directions
 
disinterested / uninterested
 
dress / get dressed / be dressed in /
put on / wear
 
drive-through / drive-in
 
during / for
 
   
  delusion / illusion
   
A. delusion 실제적인 근거 없이 믿어지는 망상이나 미혹을 의미한다.
1. He was suffering from delusions from the drug.
2. He had delusions that people were chasing him.
3. That poor woman has delusion of fame and fortune.
4. She was under the delusion that she could pass any test without studying for it.
5. Most of us are under the delusion that giving expensive gifts somehow makes us better people.
   
  1. delusions of grandeur (과대망상)
  2. delusions of persecution (피해망상)
   
B. illusion 실제로 존재하는 것에 대한 잘못된 정신적 영상으로 인한 착각이나 환상을 의미한다. 따라서 optical illusion 착시를 의미한다.
1. A mirage is an illusion produced by the reflection of light against the sky.
2. My 12-year-old daughter is so tall that she gives the illusion of being much older than she really is.
3. Your cheating on this test has destroyed my illusion about your honesty.
4. The puddle of water on the dry road was just an optical illusion.
5. I was under the illusion you really cared for me.
6. Tom's under the illusion that he can afford to buy a house.
   
   
   
   
   
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
He had delusions that people were chasing him.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
A mirage is an illusion produced
by the reflection of light against the sky.
 
 
 
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