1. abnormal a. 不正常的> I’m normal, you’re ~ !
  2. abolish v. 废除 > CET-Band 4 should be abolished ! A daydreamer
  3. abrupt a. 突然的, 唐突的 > Your~ manner embarrassed her!
  4. absurd a. 荒唐的 >What an ~ idea!来源:http://www.hxen.com
  5. accessory n. 附件, 零件 >Handbag, lipstick, etc. are women’s accessories. What are men’s? Tie, lighter and a fine purse.
  6. accommodate v. 提供膳宿> How can a small town ~ the Olympic Games?
  7. addict v. 上瘾 >I’m ~ed to computer games. Please save me!
  8. acquaint v. 使熟悉 > Are you ~ed with that MM?
  9. adhere to v. 遵守 >Adhere to your own principle
  10. adverse a. 不利的, 有害的 >Adverse circumstances can test a person’s wisdom and courage.
  11. aggravate v. 加重 >Smoking ~s cold.
  12. alleviate v. 减轻 >No one can ~ my pain.
  13. alternate v./a 交替(的) >a day of ~ sunshine and rain /Day and night ~
  14. ambiguous a. 歧义的 >The policeman is looking for a man with one eye. Why not use two? 你知道此幽默在何处?
  15. amplify v. 扩大(声音)> amplify sound with the use of electronic equipment 通过使用 电子仪器扩大声音 We must amplify our effort by working a lot harder.
  16. analogy n. 类比 by analogy
  17. anonymous a. 匿名的 I received an ~ letter.
  18. applaud v. 鼓掌; 赞许> I ~ your suggestion.
  19. apt a. 易于 >One is ~ to make mistakes if given too much pressure.
  20. array n. 陈列, 一系列>the ~of fruit and vegetables in the supermarket
  21. arrogant a. 傲慢的> An ~ man is a self-important person.
  22. ascend v. 上升 > The balloons are ~ing.
  23. ascribe v. 归因于>He ~d his failure to his small vocabulary.
  24. aspiration n. 抱负 Your ~ is your ambition or strong wish.
  25. assault n. 攻击, 袭击>A robber ~ed him.
  26. assert v. 断言 He ~ed that the thief would come again.
  27. assurance n. 保证, 把握 >I give you my ~ that the product is safe and reliable.
  28. attendant n. 服务员, 随从 > The attendant conducts us to the hall for conference.
  29. authentic a. 真实的, 可靠的>Is Clinton’s biography ~?
  30. avert v. 避开、转移 We ~ed a loss .
  31. bald a. 秃顶的 A ~ man is considered to be intelligent.
  32. barren a. 荒芜的,不能生育的>Without dream, life is a ~ field.
  33. betray v. 背叛; 泄露 You ~ed me.
  34. bewilder v. 使迷惑 The new traffic lights ~ the man.
  35. bias n. 偏见 Bias is prejudice.
  36. blaze v. 燃烧; 发强光 >The summer sun is blazing.
  37. bleak a. 荒凉的; 凄凉的>a ~future
  38. blink v. 眨眼睛; 闪烁 > Now, look straight, don't blink.
  39. blunder n. 大错 > I can't believe he has committed such a blunder.

  40. bluntly ad. 直言不讳地 > I will bluntly give you my opinion.
  41. blur v. 变模糊 >Fog blurred my vision.
  42. bribe v. 行贿 >Who bribed the bride? Bridegroom.
  43. browse v. 浏览 > ~ a web-page
  44. brutal a. 残酷的=cruel/savage > We live in a beautiful era, is also a brutal era.
  45. capsule n. 密封仓, 胶囊 > The patient swallowed the capsule without drinking water.
  46. carve v. 刻 > Carve your name on hearts and not on marbles.
  47. casualty n. 伤亡人员 Many casualties are reported in the battle.
  48. cater to v. 迎合 > cater to the consumers
  49. caution n. 小心 > To succeed in trading, you need both confidence and caution.
  50. cherish v. 珍视; 怀有>~friendship/~ the hope that
  51. chronic a. 慢性的;严重的 > Chronic feelings of emptiness or boredom
  52. circulation n. 循环; 发行(量)>Reader has the largest ~ in China.
  53. climax n. 高潮 the ~ of the play
  54. cling to v. 紧紧抓住, 依恋;坚持,墨守>The baby clung to his mother./ ~ to the hope that....
  55. coincidence n. 巧合 > What an unfortunate coincidence!
  56. collaboration n. 合作 in ~ with
  57. collide v. 相撞; 冲突 The two opinions ~ with each other.
  58. commence v. 开始 > Shall we commence the ceremony?
  59. commute v. 乘车上下班 >I have to ~ between the university town and the downtown area.
  60. compact a. 紧凑的, 结实的 a ~ car/office
  61. compatible a. 相容的; 兼容的>That husband and wife are very ~.
  62. compensate v. 赔偿 >The insurance company ~d the man for his injuries.
  63. compile v. 汇编, 编辑 ~ a encyclopedia
  64. complement v. 补充,与相配 The music ~s the film well.
  65. compliment v. /n. 赞美> Her guests complimented her on her cooking. > Thank you for your compliment.
  66. comply with v. 遵从 > We should comply with reasonable requests.
  67. compulsory a. 必做的 > ~ education
  68. conceive of v. 构想 > I can’t ~ of why he did such a stupid thing!
  69. confidential a. 机密的 > This message is confidential.
  70. conform to v. 遵守 ~ to the local customs
  71. consensus n. 意见一致> If everyone consents to something, they reach a consensus.
  72. consequent a. (作为后果) 随之发生的> lack of electricity and the ~ loss in economy
  73. conserve v. 保护> If you conserve something, you use it carefully and will not waste it. >In winter some people ~ energy by lowering the heat at night.
  74. consolidate v. 巩固 > consolidate your power
  75. conspicuous a. 显眼的 The girl in red in the snowfield is very ~.
  76. contaminate v. 污染 If you ~ something, you make it dirty.
  77. contemplate v. 沉思; 凝视 >You must ~ the results of the action.
  78. contempt n. 轻视 >Before the competition, Williams held the little known player in contempt.

  79. contend v. 主张=assert > The lawyer contends that the man is guilty.
  80. contradict v. 相矛盾 > She does not like to contradict her husband in public.
  81. contrive v. 谋划, 图谋>The terrorists ~d to hijack a plane.
  82. converge v. 会合, 聚集 (meet at a common point) > The two rivers converge here.
  83. cordial a. 热情的 > I would like to extend my warmest/cordial welcome to all of you.
  84. corrupt a./v. **的; 腐蚀 ~ officials
  85. cozy a. 舒适的 a ~ bedroom
  86. counterpart n. 对应的人或物> But in the end he knew that he would find his counterpart.
  87. criterion n. 标准 =standard > Only social practice can be the criterion of truth.
  88. curb v. 控制, 约束 =restrain / restrict > I my curbed my appetite for food.
  89. cynical a. 愤世嫉俗的> a ~ young man is a angry young man
  90. dazzle v. 眩目;使赞叹不已> The sunlight dazzles me./Her dance ~d me.
  91. deduce v. 推断 > What can you deduce from the scene?
  92. dedicate v. 献给 > To dedicate more efforts to helping others.
  93. defendant n. 被告 > The lawyer represented the defendant in court.
  94. deficiency n. 缺乏, 不足 a vitamin ~ in his diet
  95. defy v.(公然) 违抗 > The union defied the management and went on a strike.
  96. degenerate v. 退化 > Their debate degenerated into an exchange of insults.
  97. degrade v. 降低身份 > No one can degrade us except ourselves; that if we are worthy, no influence can defeat us.
  98. deprive v. 剥夺 > You ~d him of his right to privacy.
  99. descendant n. 后代 > He is a descendant of Confucius. 1
  00. destiny n. 命运=fate > I am the Master of my destiny. I believe that destiny is out of our control. 1
  01. destructive a. 破坏性的 > The weapon has a great ~ power. 1
  02. deteriorate v. 恶化 >His health has ~d. 1
  03. deviate from v. 偏离 > He ~d from the society by becoming a drug addict. 1
  04. dignity n. 尊严 > To live with dignity. 1
  05. dilemma n. 困境 >A doctor’s ~ to lie or to tell the truth? 1
  06. diminish v. 变少 > The dry spell quickly diminished our water supply. 1
  07. disable v. 丧失能力 > The illness disabled her and left her unable to study and work. 1
  08. disastrous a. 灾难性的 > Disastrous weather have drought, floods, frost, hail and strong winds. 1
  09. discern v. 看出, 识别 ~ the differences of the two 来源:恒星英语学习网 1
  10. dispatch v. 派遣;发送> ~ a representative/ message 1
  11. disperse v. 分散,消散,驱散 > ~ my attention/ The wind ~d the fog. The children ~d after the class. 1
  12. disposition n. 性情=temperament > How to control one’s disposition? 1
  13. distort v. 歪曲 > Nobody can distort the historical facts. 1
  14. divert v. 转移, 使转向> A loud noise diverted my attention from the work. 1
  15. dizzy a. 头晕的 > I feel dizzy.
  16. donate v. 捐献>Have you ~d blood? 1
  17. doom v./ n. 注定; 劫数>He is doomed to failure. 1
  18. drastic a. 严厉的 ~ measures 1
  19. drawback n. 缺 点 =disadvantage> One of the ~s of living in the XIASHA is inconvenience in daily life. 1
  20. duplicate v. /n. 复制 (品) > make a ~ of the letter 1
  21. dwell on v. 总是想;详述 > Don’t ~ on the past. 1
  22. elevate v. 提高;抬升 > An elevator can ~ to the top floor very soon. 1
  23. elicit v. 诱出, 引出 > ~ the truth from the witness 1
  24. eligible a. 合适的,有资格的 =qualified >John is an ~bachelor. 1
  25. elite n. 精英 > The basic characteristic of the mass higher education is the elite education coexisting with popular education. 1
  26. eloquent a. 雄辩的 > Martin Luther King was an ~speaker. 1
  27. energetic a. 精力充沛的=vigorous > You should exercise more to keep energetic. 1
  28. epidemic n./a. 流行病; 流行性的 Sars, the bird’s flu. 1
  29. erupt v. 喷发 > A volcano ~s. /The audience ~ed with laughter. 1
  30. essence n. 实质; 精华 > the ~ of his theory/ in ~ 1
  31. eternal a. 永久的=perpetual / permanent / forever 1
  32. evoke v. 唤起,引起 =elicit > The song ~d a feeling of love in the listeners. 1
  33. expedition n. 远征(队);考察(队)> Everything well, we started on an expedition. 1
  34. expel v. 开除,驱逐=dismiss; ~ the trouble-making student 排出 =emit>expel the smoke in the kitchen 1
  35. expire v. 期满 > Your passport ~s in a month. 1
  36. expertise n. 专门知识> He respected all your life choices, and encourage you to develop their own expertise. 1
  37. explicit a. 明确的 His statement is ~, not implicit. 1
  38. extravagant a. 奢侈的; 过度的>You’re ~ while I’m thrifty. 1
  39. fabricate v. 捏造=make up/fake >The man’s statement is `~d. 1
  40. facilitate a. 使便利 The multi-languages signs ~ the tourists 1
  41. fascinate v. 迷住 I’m ~d by the beauty of Li Jiang and Da li. 1
  42. feeble a. 虚弱的=weak/faint > In fact, the media-position of the weak group is feeble, negative and ignored. 1
  43. flaw n. 缺陷 > I can’t find a ~ ,the painting is perfect! 1
  44. fluctuate n. 波动> He fluctuated between hopes and fears. 1
  45. formulate v. 构想 > If you responsible, then how will you formulate plans for their own enterprises or departments? 1
  46. foster a. 培养 =develop/nurture/cultivate/领养> ~ a child 1
  47. fragile a. 易碎的;脆弱的 > Life is fragile, and humans too complicated. 1
  48. furious a. 暴怒的 > It was a furious storm. 1
  49. glamour n. 魅力 >The ~ of old town, such as Li Jiang, Dali. 1
  50. glitter v. 闪光 =sparkle >All that ~s is not gold. 1
  51. gloomy a. 忧郁的;阴暗的 > a ~ day/ future
  52. gossip n./ v. 流言; 说长道短> > Gossips are like rumors. 1
  53. grief n. 悲伤 =sorrow > Be strong in grief. 1
  54. hamper v. 妨碍=hinder> Rescue work was hampered by the heavy rain. 1
  55. handicap n./v. 缺陷,残疾; 妨碍>He survived the accident, but has a ~ now. 1
  56. haul a. (用力) 拖; (用车)托运 > She hauled her large box into the room. 1
  57. haunt v. 萦绕于心 > He was ~ed by the terrible scene. 1
  58. hinder v. 阻碍 >No difficulties can ~ me. 1
  59. hoist v. 升起, 吊起 > The price of raw materials has been hoisted by 15%. 1
  60. homogeneous a. 同质的 >The population of Japanese ~. 1
  61. hospitality n. 好客 > We all appreciate your kindness and hospitality. 1
  62. immerse v. 沉浸于 She ~d herself in English. 1
  63. implicit a. 内含的;含蓄的> If it is ~, it is implied. 1
  64. impulse n. 冲动 > act on impulse 1
  65. incidence a. 发生率 > explore incidence of child obesity 1
  66. indignant a. 愤怒的 > An honest man is properly indignant at the offer of a bribe. 1
  67. infectious a. 传染的 > The investigation found no evidence of infectious disease. 1
  68. ingenious a. (人)灵巧的; (设计等)巧妙的 ~handicraftsman 1
  69. inherent a. 固有的 the ~ defects of planned-economy 1
  70. initiate v. 开始;发起 > ~ a new plan 1
  71. integral a. 构成整体所必须的;不可缺的 > Rice is an ~ part of Chinese diet. 1
  72. intelligible a. 明白易懂的 > This report would be intelligible only to an expert in computing. 1
  73. intensify v. 加剧 > The noise intensified. 1
  74. intermittent a. 断断续续 > the ~ rain showers 1
  75. intimidate v. 恐吓> The thief intimidated my mother into not telling the police. 1
  76. intricate a. 错综复杂的 > A detective novel usually has an intricate plot. 1
  77. intrinsic a. 固有的 > ~ value 1
  78. intuition n. 直觉 > Your ~ is your sixth sense. 1
  79. invalid a. 无效的 > an ~ license 1
  80. invariably ad. 不变地; 始终 > Power invariably means both responsibility and danger. 1
  81. irritate v. 使恼怒 =annoy > His remarks irritated me a little. 1
  82. jeopardize v. 危及=endanger>You ~ your job by being late often. 1
  83. junk n. 废物 > ~ food 1
  84. kidnap v. 绑架 > He threatened to kidnap her child. 1
  85. legend n. 传奇 > I want to tell you a well-known legend. 1
  86. legitimate a. 合法的 =legal/lawful > That wasn't a legitimate solution 1
  87. liability n. 责任 > The company has to undertake heavy liability. 1
  88. literacy n. 读写能力> For most people, literacy is about reading and writing. 1
  89. literally ad. 逐字地; 确实地 > Idiom



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