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作者:_佐小妖 时间:2010-07-30 15:07:00
楼主漂流的瓶瓶 时间:2010-09-11 21:53:46
  1. stand out 突出,显眼
  Stand out in talent and skill.才艺出众。、
  2. wear of 磨损;逐渐消失
  The drug wore off.药效渐渐消失。
  3. give rise to 引起
  Such conduct might give rise to misunderstanding.这种行为可能会引起误解。
  4. have/gain an advantage over 胜于,优于
  A man who can think will always have an advantage over others.能动脑子的人总是会胜过别人。
  5. keep an eye on 留意,照看
  Will you please keep an eye on my luggage?劳驾帮我看一下行李。
  6. keep company with 与……结交;和某人在一起
  Never keep company with dishonest persons.不要与不诚实的人打交道。
  7. make friends with 交友
  I made no attempt to make friends with her.我没有打算和她做朋友。
  8. make use of 使用,利用
  We should make use of the chance.我们应利用机会。
  9. take care of 照顾,照料
  Take care of yourself.请多珍重。
  10. take charge of 担任,负责
  He offered to take charge of all arrangement. 他主动提出来负责安排一切。
楼主漂流的瓶瓶 时间:2010-09-11 21:54:54
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作者:爱犯迷糊的鱼 时间:2010-09-11 22:18:05
作者:烈焰侯 时间:2010-09-11 23:13:30
作者:ymf628 时间:2010-09-12 01:19:18
  thank you
楼主漂流的瓶瓶 时间:2010-09-13 21:27:14
  2010-9-11中的第二条wear of应为wear off
楼主漂流的瓶瓶 时间:2010-09-13 21:29:46
  1. take part in参加
  I take part in individual sports.我参加个人运动。
  2. take the place of 代替
  Nothing in the world can take the place of persistence.世界上没有任何东西能代替坚持。
  3. throw/cast/shed light on 使明白,阐明
  Your statement does not throw light on the subject.你的发言并没有说明问题。
  The president promised to throw more light on his new financial policies.总统答应更加详细的阐述他的新金融政策。
  4. Nowadays more and more people go in for sports.现在越来越多的人开始从事/喜欢体育。
  5. His work lived up to his reputation.他的作品配得上他的名声。
  6. break away from 脱离,逃跑
  You must break away from such bad habits.你必须改掉这样的坏习惯。
  7. catch up with 赶上
  We must catch up with times.我们必须赶上时代。
  8. come up to达到,符合
  These goods failed to come up to the required standard.这些货物没有达到所要求的标准。
  Their work did not come up to expectations.他们的工作没有达到预期的水平。
  9. do away with废除,去掉
  Do away with fetishes and superstition.破除迷信。
  10. fall in with符合,与……一致
  I will fall in with your plan.我同意你的计划。
  This color doesn’t seem to fall in with my skin.这种颜色似乎和我的肤色不相称。
作者:在下小女 时间:2010-11-18 13:57:56
  楼楼 不要弃楼啊 我们都在等你~
作者:tN10188797 时间:2010-11-18 20:29:00

作者:menneichong 时间:2010-11-18 20:37:36
  its good.
  thanks a lot.
作者:huanghao020 时间:2010-11-18 23:50:02
  都要毕业了吧 lz
作者:浙江金鹰 时间:2010-11-22 00:55:24
作者:青湖鱼 时间:2010-11-22 12:41:06
作者:沁萍乐 时间:2011-01-18 23:14:52
作者:YAYAii2010 时间:2011-01-19 10:12:56
  wow, 厉害啊,大学的笔记都在?还能整理出来?佩服得五体投地!
作者:会飘的鱼TOT 时间:2011-01-19 20:50:15
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作者:sundream007 时间:2011-10-13 15:33:26
作者:sundream007 时间:2011-10-13 15:34:43
  @漂流的瓶瓶 2009-09-23 21:07:33
    1. trifle 微不足道的事情
    Something unimportant or without value
    We don’t decide whether to order black pens or blue, such are the trifles of office life.
    2. unaided 没有帮助的
    Without help......
作者:苏墨晗 时间:2011-10-17 19:20:14
作者:美丽的征途 时间:2011-10-23 02:42:05
作者:echoniu 时间:2011-11-10 01:26:23
作者:水平轴线 时间:2011-11-10 23:18:03
作者:lixinli1357 时间:2011-11-11 05:55:17
作者:吃奶的鹰儿 时间:2011-11-13 13:59:02
作者:聪明的小小鸟 时间:2011-11-16 00:41:02
作者:miu_j 时间:2011-11-17 12:20:00
作者:lweevil 时间:2011-11-20 09:09:09
作者:李涛不朽的魂 时间:2011-11-21 19:40:56
  @漂流的瓶瓶 2006-11-30 23:33:00
作者:woaaqian 时间:2011-11-25 16:31:46
作者:fanxing119 时间:2011-11-28 00:14:58
作者:兜兜的多多 时间:2011-11-29 16:24:27
作者:过雨DN 时间:2011-12-01 20:19:53
作者:梵高_小姐 时间:2011-12-06 00:41:20
作者:wanglijp 时间:2011-12-15 17:32:43
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作者:miaogjl 时间:2011-12-16 19:51:30
作者:a温馨最美 时间:2012-05-03 11:11:58
  never late
作者:踏雪的路 时间:2012-08-02 23:27:10
作者:lazy_M 时间:2012-08-09 22:08:14
作者:心安yx 时间:2012-08-10 02:03:14
作者:xingeivy 时间:2014-06-14 08:02:47
作者:yunruyunyi 时间:2014-11-29 13:50:39
作者:鑫森淼火炎焱 时间:2014-11-29 14:47:30
  took part in
  participated in

  take part in
  participate in Are you planning to take part in the seminar next week?

  take the place of
  replace someone else

  shed light on
  spread knowledge concerning a certain subject

  shed light on

  1. make free from confusion or ambiguity; make clear; "Could you clarify these remarks?"; "Clear up the question of who is at fault"
  (synonym) clear, clear up, crystallize, crystallise, crystalize, crystalise, straighten out, sort out, enlighten, illuminate, elucidate
  (hypernym) clarify, clear up, elucidate

  hrow light on
  clarify, brighten

  go in for
  dedicate time to, show an interest for; engage in, take part in

  go in for
  decide to do (something), take part in He is going to university and has decided to go in for medicine.

  live up to
  fulfill someone's expectations; achieve a standard of a predetermined level (i.e. criterion set by one's own expectations or another person's example)

  live up to
  be as good as people said you would be

  Live up to your own standards. Set your own rules.

  ran away from
  fled from, escaped from

  stay away from
  do not come near to, do not attempt to approach, keep your distance

  stay away from
  avoid He has been staying away from salty foods for several months now.

  walk away from
  distance oneself from -; leave in peace; win easily

  catch up with

  1. catch up with and possibly overtake; "The Rolls Royce caught us near the exit ramp"
  (synonym) overtake, catch
  (entail) compete, vie, contend
  (verb-group) catch
  2. make up work that was missed due to absence at a later point; "I have to make up a French exam"; "Can I catch up with the material or is it too late?"
  (synonym) make up
  (hypernym) recover, recoup, recuperate

  catch up with
  revealed or exposed, come back to haunt you When your lies catch up with you, it's embarrassing.

  catch up with
  v. find a person who did something wrong, find a person who has committed a crime; overtake, catch up to; have an effect on a person who up to the present moment seemed to be free from the ordinary outcomes

  come up to
  come near, approach; add up to -, have a sum of -

  come up to

  1. speak to someone
  (synonym) address, accost
  (hypernym) come, come up
  (hyponym) greet, recognize, recognise
作者:鑫森淼火炎焱 时间:2014-11-29 14:57:44
  do away with
  get rid of, dispense with, abolish, eliminate; destroy, murder

  do away with

  1. terminate or take out; "Let's eliminate the course on Akkadian hieroglyphics"
  (synonym) eliminate, get rid of
  (hypernym) destroy, destruct
  (hyponym) cancel out, wipe out

  do away with
  throw out, dispose of We want to do away with nuclear weapons - to dispose of them.

  fall in with
  become involved in; agree with

  fall in with
  become associated with a bad group of people He fell in with a bad group of friends and began to get lower marks.

  stand out

  1. be highly noticeable
  (synonym) leap out, jump out, jump, stick out
  (hypernym) look, appear, seem
  2. distinguish oneself; "She excelled in math"
  (synonym) excel, surpass
  (hyponym) exceed, transcend, overstep, pass, go past, top
  3. steer away from shore, of ships
  (hypernym) steer, maneuver, manoeuver, manoeuvre, direct, point, head, guide, channelize, channelise
  (classification) seafaring, navigation, sailing
  4. be stubborn in resolution or resistance
  (hypernym) resist, hold out, withstand, stand firm

  stand out
  be more noticeable in some way than those around one He likes to wear clothes that make him stand out from the crowd.

  stand out
  be conspicuous, be noticeable; project, protrude; persist in one's opposition to something; maintain an offshore course (Nautical)

  stood out
  was prominent, was conspicuous; was uncompliant, was stubborn in his objection

  wear off

  1. deteriorate through use or stress; "The constant friction wore out the cloth"
  (synonym) wear, wear out, wear thin
  (hypernym) deteriorate
  (hyponym) ablate
  2. diminish, as by friction; "Erosion wore away the surface"
  (synonym) wear away
  (hypernym) remove, take, take away, withdraw
  (hyponym) abrade, corrade, abrase, rub down, rub off

  wear off
  not have as much effect, not affect as much The effects of the drug began to wear off, and the pain returned.

  wear off
  vanish, disappear; be ground, be pulverized

  give rise to
  cause, lead to, bring about, result in

  give rise to
  be the cause of something The problems with the heating system gave rise to a lot of other problems that we had to solve.

  gain an advantage
  gain ground on the competition, distance oneself from (as in a race); get a leg up, have the upper hand

  taken advantage of
  has been used negatively, abused, sacrificed to better a situation

  take advantage of
  use to one's own benefit and to the other's detriment

  took advantage of
  used, utilized, exploited

  take advantage of
  act at the best time, seize the opportunity; hurt or abuse someone who trusts you

  I took advantage of the low price of gasoline. I bought 500 litres.
  I feel very angry toward people who take advantage of children.
作者:鑫森淼火炎焱 时间:2014-11-29 21:29:09
  have the advantage over someone
  be victorious over someone, be in a superior position

  keep an eye on
  watch carefully; supervise, watch over (e.g.: "I am keeping an eye on the pot to make sure the stew does not burn"; "Susan is keeping an eye on her younger brother while her parents are away")

  keep an eye on

  1. follow with the eyes or the mind; "Keep an eye on the baby, please!"; "The world is watching Sarajevo"; "She followed the men with the binoculars"
  (synonym) watch, observe, follow, watch over
  (hypernym) check, check up on, look into, check out, suss out, check over, go over, check into
  (hyponym) keep tabs on
  (verb-group) trace, follow

  keep an eye on
  watch carefully, continue paying attention to I asked my aunt to keep an eye on our apartment when we went away for our holiday.

  part company with
  go away from, leave

  keep company
  date, go out with; spend time with

  keep company

  1. be a companion to somebody
  (synonym) company, companion, accompany
  (hypernym) consort, associate, affiliate, assort

  keep pace with
  move forward with; not fall behind

  make friends with
  become friendly with -, establish a close relationship with -

  make use of
  use; derive benefit from

  take care of
  watch over, guard over, look after; organize, make arrangements (e.g.: "I will take care of the invitations for her surprise party")

  take care of
  look after or give attention to someone or something You should take care of your health or you will get sick.

  General composition or structure; manner in which the parts of a thing are combined; make-up; style of dress, etc.

  clothes, strange clothing, weird costume A vest with jogging pants! Are you going out in that get-up?

  get up

  1. rise to one's feet; "The audience got up and applauded"
  (synonym) arise, rise, uprise, stand up
  (hypernym) change posture
  (hyponym) take the floor
  2. get up and out of bed; "I get up at 7 A.M. every day"; "They rose early"; "He uprose at night"
  (synonym) turn out, arise, uprise, rise
  (antonym) go to bed, turn in, bed, crawl in, kip down, hit the hay, hit the sack, sack out, go to sleep, retire
  3. raise from a lower to a higher position; "Raise your hands"; "Lift a load"
  (synonym) raise, lift, elevate, bring up
  (hypernym) move, displace
  (cause) rise, lift, arise, move up, go up, come up, uprise
  4. cause to rise; "The sergeant got us up at 2 A.M."
  (hypernym) raise, lift, elevate, bring up
  5. develop; "we worked up an as of an appetite"
  (synonym) work up
  (hypernym) grow, develop, produce, get, acquire
  6. put on special clothes to appear particularly appealing and attractive; "She never dresses up, even when she goes to the opera"; "The young girls were all fancied up for the party"
  (synonym) dress up, fig out, fig up, deck up, gussy up, fancy up, trick up, deck out, trick out, prink, attire, rig out, tog up, tog out, overdress
  (hypernym) dress, get dressed
  (hyponym) preen, primp, plume, dress
  (verb-group) dress, dress up
  (derivation) outfit, getup, rig, turnout
  7. arrange by systematic planning and united effort; "machinate a plot"; "organize a strike"; "devise a plan to take over the director's office"
  (synonym) organize, organise, prepare, devise, machinate
  (hypernym) initiate, pioneer
  (hyponym) mount, put on
  8. study intensively, as before an exam; "I had to bone up on my Latin verbs before the final exam"
  (synonym) cram, grind away, drum, bone up, swot, mug up, swot up, bone
  (hypernym) study, hit the books
  (verb-group) cram
作者:鑫森淼火炎焱 时间:2014-11-29 21:36:25
  get up
  get out of bed, wake up, stand up

  got up
  woke up, got out of bed, stood up

  gets up
  gets out of bed, wakes up, stands up

  grow up

  1. become an adult
  (hypernym) mature, maturate, grow
  (hyponym) come of age

  grow up
  become mature, accept responsibility Grow up, Jerry. Put away that water pistol and act like an adult.

  grow up
  mature, grow older

  grew up
  grew older, matured

  grow up!
  behave as an adult!, stop behaving like a child; behave responsibly

  hang around

  1. be about; "The high school students like to loiter in the Central Square"; "Who is this man that is hanging around the department?"
  (synonym) loiter, lounge, footle, lollygag, loaf, lallygag, mess about, tarry, linger, lurk, mill about, mill around
  (hypernym) be
  (hyponym) prowl, lurch

  hang around
  pass time or stay someplace without any real purpose or aim We decided to stay home and hang around on Sunday rather than go out to the game.

  hang around
  linger, pass time, loiter; spend time with

  hangs around
  loiters around

  line up

  1. form a line; "The buildings all line up neatly"
  (hypernym) arrange, set up
  2. get something or somebody for a specific purpose; "I found this gadget that will serve as a bottle opener"; "I got hold of these tools to fix our plumbing"; "The chairman got hold of a secretary on Friday night to type the urgent letter"
  (synonym) get hold, come up, find
  (hypernym) get, acquire
  3. form a queue, form a line, stand in line; "Customers lined up in front of the store"
  (synonym) queue up, queue
  (hypernym) stand, stand up
  (entail) wait
  (derivation) lineup
  4. place in a line or arrange so as to be parallel or straight; "align the car with the curb"; "align the sheets of paper on the table"
  (synonym) align, aline, adjust
  (hypernym) reorient
  (hyponym) address
  5. arrange in ranks; "dress troops"
  (synonym) dress
  (hypernym) position

  line up
  adjust correctly First he lined up the two pieces of wood before he nailed them together.

  line up
  number of suspects assembled to be identified by a witness or victim (generally at a police station); form a line
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