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전치사적부사

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Up, workers

‘노동자들이여, 궐기하라’의 경우 ‘Up with the workers’보다 ‘Up, workers’가 격문에 더 적합하다.

down

up과 down은 수직 방향을 나타낸다. 그래서 ‘차곡차곡 쌓다’는 stack up/ pile up/ heap up 등이다. up과 down은 along이나 across처럼 수평 방향을 나타내기도 한다. (특정한 장소·사람에) 가까운 쪽은 up을 쓰고, 먼 쪽은 down을 쓴다. ‘down the road’는 그 의미가 공간에서 시간으로 확대된다(그 길 아래쪽으로→장래에). If you go straight down this road, you’ll find the station(이 길로 죽 가면 역이 나옵니다). Hillary Clinton’s announcement to launch White House bid comes on the same day that the next president will be inaugurated two years down the road: January 20, 2009(대통령선거에 뛰어들겠다는 힐러리 클린턴의 성명은 2년 후 새 대통령이 취임하는 바로 그날(2009년 1월20일)과 같은 날에 나온 것이다). - CNN

through

come through는 ‘성공하다’ 해내다 go through는 ‘고통을 겪다’를 뜻한다.

Out

게시문·명령문·격문(檄文)에는 동사가 생략되고 부사만 남는 경우가 많다. 문장의 제일 앞에 나온다. 미국의 동성애 잡지 ‘Out’은 coming-out에서 따온 것이다. coming-out은 come out of closet(벽장 속에서 나오다)의 줄임말로 자신이 동성애 취향(homosexual)이라는 것을 자발적으로 공개선언(public announcement)하는 것을 뜻한다.

to

come to: 정신이 들다의 뜻이다