daily / once a day / every day
day / date
deadly / deathly
defective / deficient
definite / definitive
delusion / illusion
denote / connote
deprecate / depreciate
dessert / desert
die / dead
disinterested / uninterested
dress / get dressed / be dressed in /
put on / wear
drive-through / drive-in
during / for
  dessert / desert
A. dessert는 음식의 코스에서 맨 마지막에 나오는 것으로 후식을 의미한다.
1. We had apple pie and coffee for dessert.
2. For dessert there's chocolate pudding.
3. Would you like dessert?
4. Cut back on your desserts.
  dessert는 불어의 "식탁을 치우다"라는 의미를 나타내는 단어로 dessert가 나오기 전에 식탁을 치우고 정돈하는 데에서 유래된 단어이다.
B. desert는 명사로 사막이나 사막 같은 곳을 의미하고 형용사로는 사막 같은, 불모지의, 아무도 살지 않는  뜻으로 사용된다.
1. The Sahara Desert is in Africa.
2. Some animals can survive in the desert on very little water.
3. The Sahara is a great desert in northern Africa.
4. The world's biggest desert is the Sahara.
5. Arabia is largely desert land.
6. The town was a cultural desert.
7. They were shipwrecked on a desert island.
C. desert는 동사로 저버리다 또는 탈영하다 의 뜻으로 쓰인다. 이 경우의 발음은 dessert의 발음과 같다.
1. He deserted his wife and children.
2. He deserted his wife, so she divorced him.
3. She deserted her old friends when she became famous.
4. A soldier deserted from the army; he is a deserter.
5. A soldier who deserts is punished.
6. He deserted his platoon and went over to the enemy.
7. He deserted in the midst of battle.
Would you like dessert?
The world's biggest desert
is the Sahara.
The town was a cultural desert.
He deserted in
the midst of battle.
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