同义词与词根记忆

楼主:骑着斑柱看美眉 时间:2008-12-08 11:34:00 点击:18696 回复:77
脱水 打赏 看楼主 设置

字体:

边距:

背景:

还原:

同义词与词根记忆
  1. important =crucial (extremely important),significant(amount or effect large enough to be important)
  Sign=mark,表示“记号,信号”"
  signal n 信号
  signalize v 通知;发信号(signal信号+ize)
  assign v 分配;指定(as+sign→不断给人信号→指定)
  assignment n 分配;指定(assign+ment)
  signature n 签名;盖章(sign+ature→记号的东西→签名)
  signet n 印,图章(sign+et做记号→图章)
  signify v 表示;象征(sign+ify→用信号表示→象征)
  significance n 重要;意义(sign+ific带有+ance→带有信号→[有]意义)
  significant a 有意义的
  consign v 委托;寄存(con共同+sign→共同做记号→把…委托[别人])
  consignment n 交付;委托(consign+ment)
  design n/v 计划;设计(de着重+sign→着重做记号→设计)
  designate v 指示;指定(de+sign+ate→着重指定)
  designation n 指定;任命(designate+ion)
  ensign n 国旗;军舰旗(en内+sign→内部标志→国旗)
  insignia n 徽章;标识(in内+sign+ia→内部标志物→国徽)
  resign v 辞职;放弃(re再+sign→再做记号→再签字→[任职签一次],辞职签一次)
  resignation n 辞职;听天由命
  2.common=universal, ubiquitous(if something is ubiquitous, it seems to be everywhere)
  Quit= free, 表示“自由”"
   quit v 停止,放弃(放弃[追求],获得自由)
  quitclaim n 放弃权利(quit+claim宣告)
  acquit v 开释,免罪(ac给予+quit→给予自由)
  acquittal n 释放;还清(债)(acquit+t+al)
  requite v 报答;报应(re回+quite自由,释放→回到自由状态→报答了[别人]恩惠)
  requital n 报答,报应(requite+al)
  ubiquitous a 无处不在的(ubi地方+quit+ous→自由地进入任何地方)
  3.abundant=ample(enough and usually extra), plentiful(enough for people's needs and wants)
  und = wave,表示“波动”
  abundant a 丰富的(ab加强+und+ant→[多得]象波浪一样→丰富的)
  abundance n 丰富,富裕
  undulate v 波动(und+ulate表动作+波动)
  inundate v 泛滥,淹没(in进入+und+ate→进入波浪→淹没)
  redundant a 多余的(red反复+und+ant→反复波动→多余的)
  fecundity n 多产,富饶(fec做+und+ity→出产的[粮食]像波浪→富饶)
  abund v 丰富,充满(ab+cund[=und]参考;abundant)
  redound v 回流;起作用(red回+ound[=und]→波动回来→回流;产生影响)
  ampl = large, 表示“大”
  ample a 宽大的;充足的
  amplify v 放大,扩大(ampl+ify表动词→扩大)
  amplitude n 广大,宽阔(ampl+itude表名词)
  Ple,plen,plet, pli=full, fill,表示“满,填满”"
  complement n 补足,补全(com全部+ple+ment→全部满→补足)
  implement n 工具v. 完成;实施(im进+ple+ment→进入满→完成)
  supplement n 增补,补充(sup在下面,次要+ple+ment→增加次要的心填满→增补)
  plenty n 大量,丰富( plen+ty)
  plentitude n 丰富,充足(plent+itude→满的状态→丰富)
  deplenish v 倒空,弄空(de去掉+plen+ish→去掉满→倒空)
  replenish v 再装满(re再+plen满+ish→再弄满)
  replete a 充满的;吃饱的(re 再+plete→再满→吃饱)
  complete a 完全的(com 全部+plete满→全满→完全的)
  completion n 成就;圆满(com+plet+ion)
  accomplish v 成就;完成(ac+com+pli+ish→全部弄满→完成)
  accomplished a 有成就的,有造诣的(accomplish+ed)
  compliment v 赞扬,恭维(com全部+pli+ment→[让人]+分满足→恭维[别人])
  4.stick=adhere, cling(hold on something tightly)
  ad-加在在单词或词根前,表示"做…,加强…
  adapt适应(ad+apt能力→有适应能力)
  adept熟练的(ad+ept能力→有做事能力→熟练的)
  adopt收养;采纳(ad+opt选择→选出来→采纳)
  adhere坚持(ad+here粘→粘在一起→坚持)
  adjacent邻近的(ad+jacent躺→躺在一起→邻近的)
  adjoin贴近;毗连(ad+join参加→参加在一起→贴近)
  administrate管理;执行(ad+ministr部长+ate→做部长→管理)
  admire羡慕(ad+mire惊奇→惊喜;羡慕)
  adumbrate预示(ad+umbr影子+ate→[将来的]影子出现→预示)
  adjust调整(ad+just+正确→弄正确→调整)
  adventure冒险(ad+venture冒险)
  admonish告诫,警告(ad+mon警告+ish→一再警告)
  advent来临,来到(ad+vent来→来到)
  5.neglect=ignore.(difference: neglect means someone has not paid enough attention to something; ignore means no attention.)
  lect,lig= choose,gather表示“选择,收集”"
  collect v 收集,集中(col一起+lect→收到一起)
  collection n 集合;收藏(collect+ion)
  collective a 集体的(collect+ive→集中到一起→集体的)
  elect v 选出,选举(e出+lect→选出)
  election n 选举(elect+ion)
  electorate n 全体选民(elector选举人+ate→全体选举人)
  intellect n 智慧,智者(intel在…中间+lect→在中间选出的人→智者)
  intellectual a 聪明的n. 知识分子(intellect+ual)
  intelligence n 智力;聪明(intel在…中间+lig+ence→从中选出好的→智力)
  neglect v 疏忽,轻视(neg没有+lect→没有选→疏忽)
  negligence v 疏忽,过失(neg没有+lig+ence)
  recollect v 回想起;振作(re重新+collect→[记忆]重新集中→回想到)
  recollection n 回想,回忆(recollect+ion)
  select v 选择(se分开+lect→选出来→选择)
  selection n 选择,精选(select++ion)
  eligible a合格的,有资格的(e 出+lig+ibe→选出来的→合格的)
  elegant a 高雅的;美好的(e出+leg[=lig]+ ant→选出的→好的,高雅的)
  elegance n 优雅,漂亮(elegant的名词)
  elite n 精英人物(e出+lite[=lig选]→选出的[人物]→精英人物)
  gnos(t),gnor=know,表示“知道”"
  gnosis n 灵知(gnos+is)
  diagnosis n 诊断(dia 穿过+gnos+is→穿过[身体]知道→诊断)
  prognosis n 预测,诊断(pro在前+gnost+is→预先知道→预测)
  prognostic a 预兆的n.征兆( pro+gnost+ic)
  agnostic a 不可知论的(a不+ gnost+ic→不知道的)
  ignore v 疏忽;不理睬(I不+geore→不知道→不理睬)
  ignorance n 无知,愚昧(ignore+ance)
  ignoramus n 不学无术的人(ignore无知+amus表示人或物→无知的人)
  6.near=adjacent(twothings next to each other), adjoin(the same as adjacent)
  7.pursue=woo(man woos woman, old-fashioned), seek(if you seek sth, you try to obtain it. FORMAL)
  Secut,sequ= follow,表示“跟随”"
  persecute v 迫害(per始终+secute→从头跟到尾→迫害)
  persecution n 迫害(per+secut+ion)
  consecutive a 连贯的,连续的(con全部+secu+tive→一个接一个跟随)
  consecution n 连贯,一致(con +secut+ion)
  prosecute v 控告,起诉(pro在前+secute→跟随到[法官]前面→控告)
  sequence n 连续(sequ+ence→跟随→连续)
  sequential a 连续的(sequ+ent+ial)
  consequence n 后果,结果(con共同+sequ+ence→随之而来的全部东西→后果)
  subsequence n 随后发生(sub在后面+sequ+ence→随在后面的)
  sequacious a 盲从的(sequ+acious多…的→跟随太多→盲从的)
  sequacity n 盲从(sequ+acity)
  obsequious a 谄媚的,奉承的(ob用力+sequ+ious→拼命跟随别人→谄媚的)
  pursue v 追赶;追击
  sue v 控告;向…求婚
  The two parties disprove the theory of the other, but unite in persecute the dissenter.
  Any consecutive set of descriptive clauses terminated by a period, written in the identification, environment, or procedure divisions of a COBOL program.
  period还有句号的意思
  8.accurate=precise(precise is exact and accurate in all details), exact(correct in every detail)
  cur=care,表示“关心”"
  curious a 好奇的(cur+ioys….的→关心的,好奇的)
  curiosity n好奇的;奇品(curi+osity多的状态→关心多→好奇心)
  curio n 古董(古董珍贵,被人关心)
  secure a 安全的(sc分开+cure→不关心,不担忧→安全的)
  security n 安全;证券(买长期证券通常有保障,所以security有证券一意)
  cure v 医治,治疗(关心病人→治疗)
  curable a 可治好的(cure+able能…的)
  curative a 治病的,(药)有效的(cur+ative)
  accurate a 准确的,精确的(ac+cur+ate→一再关心,弄精确为止)
  accuracy n 正确,准确(ac+cur+acy)
  procure v 取得;引起(por前面+cure→关心面前的东西→取得)
  procuable a 可得到的(procure+abie)
  procurement n 获得(procure+ment)
  curator n (博物馆等)馆长(cur+ator人→关心照看者→馆长)
  

打赏

0 点赞

主帖获得的天涯分:0
举报 | | 楼主 | 埋红包
楼主发言:1次 发图:0张 | 添加到话题 |
楼主骑着斑柱看美眉 时间:2008-12-08 15:47:57
  10.top=peak, summit
  sum,summ = add up ,表示“总,加”"
  sum n 总计 n.和
  summit n 顶峰(summ+it表名词→山的顶峰像数量总和→一样→最高数量→最高峰)
  summary n 摘要:大纲{summ+ary→内容总和→摘要)
  summation n 总数(summ+ation)
  summarize v 概括(summ+ar+ize)
  consummate v 完成 a.完全的(con全部+summ+ate→全部总和→完全)
  consummation n 成就;极点(con+summ+ation)
  11.competitor=rival, opponent(especially in sports and politics)
  pon, pound= put, 表示“放置”"
  component a 组成的n. 部分(com共同+pon+ent→共同的放到一起→组成的)
  opponent v 对立的n. 对手(op反+pon+ent→反着放→对立的)
  propone v 提议,提出(pro向前+pone→[把意思]向前放→提议)
  proponent n 提议者(propone+ent)
  exponent n 讲解者(ex出+pon+ent→把[内容]放出来→讲解)
  compound n 化合物(com全部+pound放→全部放到一起→化合物)
  postpone v 推迟(post 后+pone→向后放→推迟)
  expound v 详细说明(ex出+pound→把[意义]说出来→详细说明)
  impound v 把…围住;扣押( im进+pound→放进去→围住)
  propound v 提出,提议(pro向前+pound→向前放→提出)
  12.blame=condemn(if you condemn something, you say it is very bad and unacceptable)
  demn=harm表示“伤害”
  condemn v 谴责,指责(com共同+demn→共同伤害→谴责)
  condemnation n 谴责
  indemnity n 赔偿(物)(in不+demn+ity→使不受损害→赔偿)
  indemnify v 赔偿(in+demn+ify)
  13.opinon=perspective, standpoint(means looking at an event or situation in a particular way)
  per-
  ① 表示“贯穿,自始至终”
  perspective透视的(per+spect看+ive→看透了→透视的)
  perennial全年的(per+ennial年→全年的)
  perspire出汗(per+spire呼吸→全身呼吸→出汗)
  permanent永久的(per+man拿住+ent→永久拿住→永恒的)
  persist坚持(per+sist站→站到最后→坚持)
  persuade劝说(per+suade劝→一直劝→劝说)
  percussion敲打(per+cuss震+ion→震动→敲打)
  perspicacious独具慧眼的(per+spic看+acious→全部看到→独具慧眼)
  pernicious有害的,有毒的(per+nic毒+ious→有毒的)
  perplexed困惑的(per+plex重叠+ed→全部重叠在一起→困惑了)
  perforate打洞(per+forate打孔→打孔穿过→打洞)
  permeate渗透(per+me走+ate→走过去→渗透过去)
  ② 表示“假,坏”
  perfidy不忠,背叛(per+fid相信+y→假相信→不忠诚)
  perjury伪证,假誓(per+jur发誓+y→假发誓;参考:jury陪审团)
  perfunctory 草率的(per+funct作用+ory→没起好作用→草率的)
  perpetrate做坏事;犯罪(per+petr=patr父亲+ate→以父亲式态度对待别人→专横,做坏事)
  pervert堕落,滥用(per+vert转→转向坏→堕落)
  14.fame=prestige(describe those who are admired), reputation
  put =think, 表示“认为,思考”"
  compute v 计算(com一起+pute→放到一起[想]→计算,思考)
  computable a 计算得出的(compute+able)
  computer n 计算机(compute+er)
  dispute v 反驳(dis反+pute→过来思考→反驳)
  disputable a 能反驳的(dispute+able)
  disputatious a 好争论的(dispute反驳+atious→喜欢反驳的)
  impute v 归咎于(im进+pute→把…放进思考中→归因于)
  repute n 名声,名誉(re再+pute→再让人想起的东西→名声)
  reputation n 名声(re+put+ation)
  disrepute n 坏名声(dis不好+repute名声→名声不好)
  15.build=erect(you can erect something as buildings, FORMAL), establish
  rect=stright, right, 表示“正,直”"
  correct a 正确的(cor全部+rect→全部很正→正确的)
  correctitude n 行为端正( correct+itude状态)
  rectify v 改正(rect+ify…化→使…正直→改正[错误])
  rectitude n 诚实;正直;正确(rect+itude)
  rectangle n 矩形(rect+angle角→[四个角]都是直角→矩形)
  erect a 竖直a. 直立的(e 出+rect →直出来→竖直)
  erection n 直立,竖立(erect+ion)
  16.insult=humiliate(do something or say something which makes people feel ashamed or stupid)
  sult=leap,表示“跳”
  assault v 进攻,攻击(as一再+sault=sult→一再跳起来→进攻)
  desultory a 散漫的(de分散+sult+ory→没有目标的跳→散漫的)
  exult v 欢腾,喜悦(ex出+sult跳→[高兴地]跳出来→欢腾)
  insult v 侮辱(in进入+sult→踩到[别人的脸上]→侮辱[别人])
  result n 结果(re反问+sult→反回来的东西→结果)
  hum=earth,表示“土,地”"
  humble a 谦恭的;下贱的(hum+ble→接近地面→谦恭的)
  humility n 谦让;低下(hum+ility状态→地的状态→低下)
  humiliate v 羞辱,侮辱(hum+iliate使…使人到地上→羞辱别人)
  humiliation n 耻辱(humiliate+ion)
  inhume v 埋葬(in进入+hume→进入土中)
  exhume v 掘出(ex 出+hume→出土→掘出)
  posthumous a 死死的,遗腹的(post后+hum土,引申为死+ous→死后的)
  hummock n 小圆丘(hum+mock圆丘→土丘)
  human n 人类(传说人是由土造出的)
  humane a 有人情的,仁爱的(humane+e→有人情的)
  17.complain=grumble (complain something in a bad-tempered way)
  18.primary=radical (very important and great in degree), fundamental
  Prim= first, chief, 表示“第一,主要的”"
   primacy n 主要地位;重要性(prim+acy)
  primary a 最初的;根本的(prim+ary)
  primitive a 原始的(prim+itive)
  prime a 最初的,基本的
  primer n 初级读本(prim+er→第一本书)
  primeval a 早期的;远古的(prim+ev时代+al→最早的时代→远古的)
  primogenitor n 始祖,祖先(primo+genit产生+or→最早产生的人→祖先)
  I don't belong to the school of thought that favours radical change.
  Radical political views.
  Ted is a fire-eating radical.
  They called for a radical reform of our tax system.
  The talks are aimed at radical reductions in the level of weapons
  19.relieve=alleviate(alleviate means you make pain or sufferings less intense or severe)
  lev,live=raise,lighten,表示“提高,举起,变轻”"
  elevate v 举起,升高(e出+lev+ate→举出→升高)
  elevator n 电梯,升降机(elevate+or)
  lever n 杠杆(lev+er→举起[重东西]的东西→杠杆)
  leverage n 杠杆作用(lever+age状态;作用)
  levitate v 使升在空中(lev+itate→使东西举起→升到空中)
  levity n 轻浮(lev+ity )
  levy v 征税(lev+y→提高[收入]→征税)
  alleviate v 减轻;缓和(al一再+levi+ate→不断轻→减轻)
  relevant a 中肯的;有关的(re再→lev+ant→再举起→有关的)
  irrelevant a 不相干的,不切题的(ir不+relevant)
  relieve v 减轻;解除(re再+lieve→再轻→减轻)
  relief n 减轻,轻松(re+lief[=live])
  The court may have to levy on your estate to pay your debts.
  A payment exacted for a special purpose; an impost or a levy.
  The government levies a fine against the factories for polluting the air with smoke.
  The nation levied all able-bodied man for the war.
  20.force=coerces into(coerce means you make someone do something s/he does not want to),compel
  21.enlarge=magnify(magnify means make something larger than it really is)
  22.complex=intricate(if something is intricate, it often has many small parts and details)
  plex= fold,表示“重叠”
  plexus n (神经、血管等)丛,网(plex+us)
  complex a 复杂的(com共同+plex→全部重叠→复杂的)
  complexity n 复杂性(complex+ity)
  duplex a 二重的,双倍的(du二+plex→二次重叠→二重的)
  complexion n 面色,表情(com全部+plex+ion→全部表情重叠于面部→面色)
  perplex v 使复杂,迷惑( per从头到尾+plex→始终重叠→迷惑)
  perplexed a 迷惑的(perplex+ed)
  
楼主骑着斑柱看美眉 时间:2008-12-08 20:54:41
  23. Lonely=solitary (if someone is solitary, there is no one near him/her)
  Sol=alone,表示“单独”
  sole a 单个的n. 鞋底
  solitary a 孤独的(sol+itary)
  solitude n 孤独(sol+itude)
  soliloquy n 自言自语;独自(soli+loqu说+y→一个人说)
  solo n 独奏(唱)
  desolate a 荒凉的(de非常+sol+ate→非常单独→荒凉的)
  desolation n 荒芜,荒凉(desolate+ion)
  24.small=minuscule(very small), minute,
  mini,min=small,表示“小”"
  minister n 仆人;部长(mini+ster→小人→古代大臣称自己是“小人”→部长,大臣)
  administer v 管理,治理(ad+minister→做部长→管理)
  administration n 行政,管理(administer+ation)
  minify v 使…缩小(mini+ify→使…小)
  minim n 微量,小量(mini+m)
  minimize v 使缩小到最少(minim+ize→使缩小)
  miniature n 小型物;雏形(mini+ature东西→小东西)
  diminish v 减少;缩小(di向下+min+ish→小下去→缩小)
  minor a 较小的;较少的(min+or)
  minority n 少数;未成年(minor小或少+ity→少的状态→少数)
  minus v 减去(min+us→变少→减去)
  minute n 一分钟a. 微小的,细微的(min+ute)
  minutia n 细微末节(minute小+ia→小事件→琐事)
  minuscule a极小的(min+uscule表形容词或名词→小的→极小的)
  25.praise=extol(stronger than praise), compliment(polite and political)
  The general was extolled as the man who had led the country to victory.
  He keeps extolling her goodness.
  Prais, preci= value, 表示“价值”
  appraise v 评估(ap加强动作+praise→给以价值→评估)
  appraisal n 评估,评价(appraise+al)
  precious a 珍贵的(prec+ious→有价值的)
  appreciate v 评价;欣赏(ap+prec+iate→给以价值→评价;欣赏)
  appreciative a 有欣赏力的(appreciate+ive)
  appreciable a 可估计的;可察觉到的(ap+prec+iable→能估计的)
  depreciate v 降价,贬值(de去掉+prec+iate→去掉价值→贬值)
  depreciation n 贬值;轻视(depreciate+ion)
  26.hard-working=assiduous(someone who is assiduous works hard or does things very thoroughly
  Sid=sit,表示“坐”
  dissidence n 意见不同(dis分开+sid+ence→分开坐→意见不同)
  dissident a 持不同意见的(dis+sid+ent)
  reside v 居住(re再+side→再坐[之地]→居住)
  residence n 居住;住宅(reside+ence)
  preside v 主持(pre前面+side→在前面坐→主持)
  president n 总统;校长(pre+sid+ent人→有前面坐的人→总统)
  presidium n 团(preside+ium表示地方或团体→前面坐的团体)
  subside v 沉淀;平息(sub下+side→坐下去→沉淀)
  subsidiary a 补助的(sub下+sid+iary→坐在下面[帮助别人]→补助的)
  subsidy n 补助金(sub+sid+y)
  consider v 考虑(con共同+sider坐→坐在一起思考→考虑)
  considerate a 考虑周到的(consider+ate)
  insidious a 阴险的(in内+sid+ious→坐在内部的[坏人]→阴险的)
  residue n 残余,余渣(re回+sidue→[不能用]重新坐回来→残余)
  assiduous a 勤勉的,刻苦的(as一再+sid+uous→一再坐着[学习]→勤勉的)
  sedate a 文静的(sed[=sid]+ate→坐着的→文静的)
  sedulous a 勤勉的(sed+ulous多…的→坐得多的→勤勉的)
  supersede v 代替,取代(super在上面+sede→坐到上面去→取代)
  sedentary a 坐着的;久坐的(sed+ent+ary→坐着的)
  The old professor had presided over a seminar for theoretical physicists.
  The hostess presided at table with tact and urbanity.
  Some people believe that the Fates preside over man's destiny.
  That insidious man bad-mouthed me to almost everyone else.
  27.difficult=arduous(if something is arduous, it is difficult and tiring, and involves a lot of efforts)
  rduous ['ɑ:dju s] a. 费力的,辛勤的,险峻的
  Negotiating a reduction in nuclear arms is a long and arduous undertaking.
  He mastered these words through the arduous consultation of the dictionary.
  Although the work was arduous, he finished it in a short time.
  It's an arduous task.
  名词:arduousness 副词:arduously
  28.poor(soil)=barren, infertile(used to describe the soil is so poor that plants cannot be planted on it)
  -ile
  (1)表形容词,“…的”
  merchantile a 商人的(merchant商人)
  servile a 奴性的(serv服务+ile)
  juvenile a 青少年的(juven年轻+ile)
  fertile a 肥沃的(fert带有;繁殖+ile)
  infertile a 不毛的,不能生育的(in不+fertile)
  tortile a 扭弯的(tort扭曲+ile)
  ductife a 可塑的(duct引导+ile)
  volatile a 挥发的;易变的(volat 飞+ile;参考:volation鸟的飞行能力)
  senile a 年老的(sen老+ile;参考:senior年长的,高年级的)
  (2)表名词,“物体”
  missile n 发射物,导弹(miss发送+ile)
  projectile n 抛射物(project投射)
  profile n 外形,轮廓(pro前面+file线条…前面的线条…轮廓)
  domicile n 住宅(domic家+ile)
  automobile n 汽车(auto自己+mob动+ile)
  29.fragile=brittle, vulnerable(someone who is vulnerable is easily hurt emotionally or physically)
  fract,frang=break,表示“打碎”"
  fraction n 部分;小片,分数(fract+ion)
  fractional a 碎片的(fraction+al)
  fractious a 易怒的,脾气坏的(fract+ious→碎的→脾气易碎)
  fracture n 骨折;断裂(fract+ure→断的状态→骨折)
  diffract v 分解(dif分开+fract →打碎分开→分解)
  infraction n 违反,违背(in进入+fract+ion→打碎[法律]→违法)
  refract v 折射(re回+fract→[光]打断回射→折射)
  refraction n 折射作用(refract+ion)
  refractory a 倔强的;不听话的(re 表否定+fract+ory→不能打碎→倔强的)
  fragile a 易碎的(frang+ile能…的→能碎的)
  fragility n 虚弱;脆弱(fragile+ity)
  fragment n 碎片;片断(frag+ment表名词)
  suffrage n 投票,投票权(suf在下面+frage→打碎器皿庆祝胜利→表示赞成→投票)
  suffragist n 赞成妇女参政者(suffrage+ist)
  frail a 脆弱的(frail=fract打碎的→脆弱的)
  frailty n 脆弱,意志薄弱(frail+ty)
  30.show=demonstrate (to demonstrate a fact means tp make it clear to people.)
  monstr=show, 表示“显示”
  monster n 怪物(显示出来的怪物)
  monstrous a 巨大的;可怕的(来自monster)
  demonstrate v 证明,表明(de加强+monster+ate→加强显示→证明)
  demonstration n 证明;示威游行
  remonstrate v 抗议,表示异议(re反+monstr+ate→显示反对→抗议)
  remonstration n 抗议,反对
  31.big=massive(large in size, quantity, or extent), colossal(use this word, you emphasize something’s large), tremendous(INFORMAL)
  colossus n. 巨大,巨型雕像
  Mozart is a colossus among composers.
  colossal a. 巨大的
  It requires government spending on a colossal scale.
  32.avoid=shun(if someone shuns something, s/he deliberately avoid that something or keep away from it.)
  uac uan uoid = empty,表示“空”
  vacuum n 空虚;真空(vac+uum表名词)
  vacuous a 空虚的;无意义的
  vacant a 空的;空闲的
  vacate v 弄空;退出(vac+ate表动作→弄空)
  vacation n 假期,休假(空出来不用干活)
  evacuate v 腾空;清除;撤离(e出+vac+uate→空出去→撤空)
  evacuation n 撤离,撤退
  vanity n 空虚;虚荣心(van+ity→心里空空→虚荣心)
  vanish v 不见,消失(van+ish→空空→消失了)
  evanescent a 消失的;转瞬即逝的(e出+van+escent开始…..的→开始空出去→消失的)
  evanescence n 消失,幻灭
  void a 空的,n.空虚
  avoid v 回避(a+void→空出来→回避)
  avoidance n 避免;无效(avoid+ance)
  unavoidance a 不可避免的(un不+avoid+able)
  devoid a 无的,缺…..的(de加强意义+void→空的→无的)
  Her artificial gaiety disguised an inner sadness.
  She shows a spontaneous gaiety of manner.
  Color flags added to the gaiety of the festival.
  We all immersed in the gaiety of the Spring Festival.
  The three most important events of human life are equally devoid of reason: birth, marriage, and death.
  Devoid of gladness and gaiety.
  The article is devoid of substantial matter.
  Devoid of sexual desire; frigid
  The joy and moral stimulation of work no longer must be forgotten in the mad chase of evanescent profits.
  asinine, fatuous, inane, mindless
  void vacuous vacant
  意思的区别
  
楼主骑着斑柱看美眉 时间:2008-12-09 12:44:53
  33.fair=impartial(someone who is impartial is able to give a fair opinion or decision on something.)
  Part, port=part, divide,表示“部分,分开”"
  partake v 参与;分享(part+take 拿→拿一部分→分享;参与)
  partial a 部分的;有偏见的(part+ial)
  impartial a 公正的(im无+partial有偏见的→无偏见的)
  particle n 微粒,极少量(part+icle小东西→一小部分→少量)
  particular a 特别的;各自的(part+icuar有…的→有自己的部分→特别的)
  partition n 分开,划分(part+ition→[分成]部分)
  partisan n 党徒;偏见者(parti[party党],一部分+san→党人→党徒)
  apartment n 公寓(a+part+ment→[楼房]分出的一部分→公寓)
  counterpart n 相对物;副本(counter相对应+part→对应的一部分→对应的人或物)
  depart v 离开(de分开→part→部分分开→离开)
  department n 部门;(大学)系(de下面+part+ment→下面的部分→部门;系)
  impart v 传授;告知(im进入+part→进入知识的一部分→传授)
  impartible a 不可分的(im不+part+ible→不能分成部分的)
  participate v 参加,参与(parti+cip进入+ate→进入一部分→参加)
  partner n 合作伙伴(part+ner人)
  portion n 部分,一般(port+ion→一部分)
  apportion v 分配,分摊(ap成为+port+ion→把整体分成部分→分配)
  proportion n 比例,成分(pro前面+port+ion→成分其中一部分→[所占]比例)
  disproportional a 不成比例的(dis 不+proportion比例+al)
  34.attack=assault(physically attack someone), assail (attack violently)
  sal=leap,表示“跳”
  salient a 显著的,突出的(sal+lent→跳出来的→显著的)
  assail v 攻击,进攻(as一再+sail[=sal]→一再跳起来→攻击)
  resilient a 有弹性的(re重新+ail[+sal]+ient→能重新跳起来→有弹性的)
  35.dislike=abhor(abhor means you hate something to a extreme extent for moral reasons), loathe(dislike very much)
  hor(r)=shudder,dread,表示“颤抖,害怕”
  horrid a 可怕的
  abhor v 憎恨(ab表示动作+hor→又怕又恨→憎恨)
  abhorrent a 可恶的(abhor[r]+ent)
  horrible a 可怕的(horr+ible)
  horrify v 使恐怖(horr+ify→使人害怕)
  36.ruin=devastate (it means damage something very badly, or utterly destroy it.)
  39.always=invariably(the same as always, but better than always)
  uari = uary, change ,表示“变化”
  variform a 有种种形态的(vari+form形状)
  variable a 易变的(vari+able)
  variance n 变化;相异(vari+able)
  various a 不相同(ari+ous)
  variegate v 弄成杂色;使多样化(vari+eg[=ag做]+ate→做出变化→弄成杂色)
  variegation n 色彩班驳(variegate+ion)
  prevaricate v 说谎;支吾;搪塞(pre预先+vari+cate→预先想好了变化之词→说谎)
  40.forever=perpetual(a perpetual state never changes), immutable(something immutable will never change or be changed)
  pet=seek,表示“追寻,寻求”"
  petition n 请愿,申请(pet+ition→追寻状态→请愿)
  petitioner n 请愿者(petition+er)
  appetite n 欲望;胃口(ap加强动作+pet+ite→一再追求→有胃口)
  appetizer n 开胃食品(appet胃口+izer 东西)
  centripetal a 向心的(centri中心+per+al→追求中心的)
  compete v 竞争,竞赛(com共同+pete→共同追求[一个目标]→竞争)
  competent a 资格的,能力的(compete+ent→竞争的[能力]→有资格的)
  competence n 资格,能力(compete+ence→竞争的[能力]→资格)
  competitive a 有竞争力的(compete+itive)
  incompetent a 无能的(in无+competent有能力的)
  impetus n 动力,冲动(im内+pet+us→内在的追求→冲动)
  impetuous a 冲动的(impetus+ous)
  perpetuate v 使永久,不朽(per全部,永久+pet+uate→追求永久)
  perpetual a 永久的(per+pet+ual)
  petulant a (脾气)暴躁的(pet+ulant多…的→追求太多,导致脾气不好)
  propitiate v 获宠爱;抚慰(pro前+pit[=pet]+iate→追到前面去→获宠爱)
  They offered sacrifices to propitiate the gods
  propitious a 幸运的,吉祥的(pro前+pit+ious→在[别人]前面追到→幸运的)
  They rejected his petition for naturalization.
  Many subscribers' names are in the petition.
  They signed a petition in support of the workers' demands.
  They rejected his petition for naturalization.
  She petitioned her neighbor to turn down the radio.
  She filed a petition for divorce
  central中心的
  acentric 无中心的(a+centric中心的)
  exocentric外向的,离心的(exo+centric中心的)
  homocentric共心;同中心的(home+centric中心的)
  subcentral接近中心的(sub+central中心的)
  concentric同心的;同轴的;集中的(con共同+centric→同中心的)
  concentrate集中;浓缩concentration集中;浓缩
  centrifugal a 离心的(centri中心+fug+al→逃离中心的)
  centripetal a 向心的(centri中心+per+al→追求中心的)
  egocentric a 自我中心的(ego+centric中心的)
  heliocentric a 以太阳为中心的(helio+centric中心的)
  mut= change,表示“改变”"
  mutable a 易变的(mut+able能…的→能变的)
  mutability n 易变(mutable+ity)
  mutate v 变化,变异(mut+ate→变化)
  mutiny n 叛乱,兵变(mut+iny)
  mutinous a 叛乱的(mutiny兵变+ous)
  mutual a 相互的(mut+ual→你变我也变→相互的)
  commute v 交换;坐公共交通车上下班(com共同+mute→和大家一起变动→坐公共车)
  commutable a 可以交换的(commute变换+able→可变换的)
  immutable a 不变的(im不+mut+able)
  permute v 改变…次序(per全部+mute变→全部变→改变次序)
  permutation n 改变;互换(permute+ation)
  transmute v 使变形,使变化(trans横进去+mute变→变过去→变形)
  
楼主骑着斑柱看美眉 时间:2008-12-09 13:03:14
  The process by which some microbes differentiate or mutate.
  commute the sentence
  A commutable prison sentence
  A pension is often commutable into a lump sum.
  A pension is often commutable into a lump sum.
  Can we lump all these items together as incidental expenses'?
  Stir the sauce to prevent it lumping.
  The boys agreed to lump the expenses of their camping holiday.
  The oatmeal lumps if you don't stir it well.
  英英解释:
  名词 lump:
  a large piece of something without definite shape
  同义词:hunk
  a compact mass
  同义词:ball, clod, glob, clump, chunk
  abnormal protuberance or localized enlargement
  同义词:swelling, puffiness
  an awkward stupid person
  同义词:lout, clod, stumblebum, goon, oaf, lubber, lummox, gawk
  动词 lump:
  put together indiscriminately
  同义词:chunk
  group or chunk together in a certain order or place side by side
  同义词:collocate, chunk
  
楼主骑着斑柱看美眉 时间:2008-12-09 13:06:30
  col-,cor在同辅音词根前,表示"共同"
  collaboration协作;合著(col+labor劳动+ation→共同劳动)
  collocate并置,排列(col+loc地方+ate→放在同一地方→排列)
  colingual用同一种语言的(col+lingu语言+al→同语言的)
  collapse倒塌(col+lapse滑倒→全部滑倒→倒塌)
  collate校对(col+late放→放到一起→校对)
  collateral并列的,并行的(col+later边→al→周边的→并列的)
  colleague同事(col+→league捆绑→捆绑在一起的人→同事)
  collect收集(col+lect选择→放在一起选择→收集)
  collegiate学院的; 学生的(col+legi读+ate→共同读书→学院的)
  colloquial口语的(col+loqu说+ial→两人一起说→口语会话的)
  collusion共谋,勾结(col+lus玩+ion→共同玩弄→共谋)
  correct改正,纠正(cor+rect正→全部改正→纠正)
  correspond通信;符合(cor+respond反应→共同反应→相互通信)
  corrupt腐败的;变环的(cor+rupt断→全部断→变坏的,腐败的)
  corrigible能够改正的(cor+rig改正+ible→全部改正的)
  corroborate使坚固;证实(cor+robor力量+ate→用力量→证实)
  
楼主骑着斑柱看美眉 时间:2008-12-09 13:09:31
  It is better to say that it's a apt elusion of mentality to newly collate and stipulate personal status and value in eluding and a bit of sneering at ourselves rather than to say it's a standing against the tradition thought that the concept attitude tendency or called feeling above reveal.
  Treasury everyday items shipped from storage inventory, warehouse inventory and collate regular supplies of custody maintained on the loading items from the storage site supervision and workers loading the command of the management and materials suppliers to ensure that day-to-day communication and coordination goods timely supply replenishment, and production departments determine the coordination of warehouse and inventory requirements; day-to-day management of the warehouse, warehouse personnel working arrangements, the warehousing of goods received accounts Jianzhang, documents, accounts and inventory management, stock statements inventory management and analysis, relevant statements of the plans and inventory reporting and production-oriented enterprise application software operation and maintenance of ERP.
  
楼主骑着斑柱看美眉 时间:2008-12-09 14:12:28
  41.surprise=startle(it means surprise you slightly), astound(surprise you to a large degree),astonish(the same as astound)
  astound 使惊骇, 使大吃一惊 around=周围,st=街道;周围的树全被拔了,只剩下了街道让人大吃一惊
  Can you overcome your shortcomings?
  He was overcome with sadness.
  She was overcome by despair .
  She was overcome with grief.
  He was overcome by the heat.
  42.enthusiasm=zeal (a great enthusiasm), fervency (sincere and enthusiasm)
  the(a)=god 表示“神”
  theism n 有神论(the+ism主义,论)
  monotheism
  polytheism
  atheism n 无神论(a无+theism)
  theology n 神学(theo+logy学科)
  theologian n 神学家(theo+log研究+ian)
  pantheist n 泛神论者(pan泛+the+ist人)
  theocracy n 神权政治(theo+cracy统治)
  apotheosis n 神化(apo离开+theo+sis→离开人变成神→神化)
  pantheon n 万神殿(pan泛,全部+theon→全部神在一起→万神殿)
  enthusiasm n 热情(en进入+thus[theo神]+iasm状态→进入神的状态→热情)
  ferv=boil,表示“沸,热”"
  fervid a 热情的,热烈的
  perfervid a 十分热情的(per自始至终+fervid)
  fervent a 热切的(ferv+ent)
  fervor n 热烈,热情(rerv+or)
  fervescent a 发热的(ferv+escent开始--的→开始热→退烧)
  fervescence n 发热
  defervesce v 退烧(de去掉+ferv+esce→去掉热)→退烧)
  effervesce v 沸腾;冒泡(ef 出+ferv+esce→出热→沸腾)
  effervescent a 沸腾的;热情洋溢的(effervese+ent)
  After a moment Obsim reversed the process, causing an effervescent rush inside the tank as the brain revived.
  zeal=ardor,表示”热心“
  zeal n 热心,一心一意
  zealot n 热心者,狂热者(zeal+ot表示人,如;helot奴隶)
  zealous a 热心的(zeal+ous)
  jealous a 妒忌的(jeal[=zeal]+ous→对…热心而得不到,所以妒忌)
  milit=soldier,表示“兵”
  militant a 好战的(ilit+ant)
  military a 军人的,军队的(milit+ary)
  militia n 民兵,义勇军(milit+ia)
  militate v 产生(不利)影响(milit+ate→用兵[阻挡]→产生[不利]影响)
  demilitarize v 解除武装(de去掉+milit+ar+ize→去掉战士→解除武装)
  1. Many factors militated against the success of our plan.
  有很多因素妨碍了我们实现计画.
  2. Facts militate against this opinion.
  事实不能说明这个论点。
  3. All this did not militate our success.
  所有这些并不妨碍我们的成功。
  4. Several factors combined to militate against the success of our plan.
  好几个因素合并在一起不利于我们计画的成功。
  5. The invisible powers of heaven seemed to militate on the side of the pious emperor.
  来自天堂的无形力量似乎只在影响著虔诚帝皇的一方。
  6. The high risks involved in such a business venture militate against finding backers.
  像这样的企业投资所冒的高度风险不利于找到赞助者。
  7. Some assert that aging's complexity will forever militate against the development of anti-aging therapies.
  有些人断言,老化的复杂程度将永远不利于抗老化疗法的发展。
  8. While many forces are at work to facilitate intermarriage, others militate against it. This is particularly the case for African Americans.
  尽管有许多力量在促进异族婚姻,也有因素在妨碍这一进程,对非洲裔美国人来说尤其如此。
  9. Old age: A diminished sense of taste and smell, loneliness, physical and mental handicaps, immobility, and chronic illness can militate against adequate dietary intake in the elderly.
  老年人味觉和嗅觉减退、孤独、身体与精神障碍、不活动以及慢性疾病都会影响上老年人摄入足够的食物。
  10. But for a range of problems where free riding and public goods aspects militate against the spontaneous development of private organizations, it is important that the social benefits (and costs) are clearly known to the polity so that they will be undertaken by government organizations.
  但是对于一系列问题来说,比如搭便车和公共品,它们会反对私有组织的自发形成,社会收益(和成本)对政党来说是很明确的,这很重要,那么他们将由政府组织来承担。
  Partisan politics is often an obstruction to good government. Office politics are often debilitating and counterproductive.
  ardent a 热情的
  arson v 纵火
  One cannot commit crimes with impunity.
  They tried to persuade her to commit perjury.
  The novelist makes his heroine commit suicide at the end of the book.
  I asked her what she thought, but she refused to commit herself.
  The magistrates committed him for trial at the Old Bailey.
  He would not commit himself in any way.
  She committed herself to philanthropy.
  The girl was committed to the care of an aunt.
  
楼主骑着斑柱看美眉 时间:2008-12-09 15:37:46
  43.quiet=tranquil(calm and peaceful), serene(calm and quiet)!
  serenade 小夜曲
  serene 安详的
  serenity 晴朗;平静
  44.expensive=exorbitant(it means too expensive that it should be)
  Pend,pens, pond= weight, expend, 表示“称重量,称银子”,引申为“花费”"
  expend v 花费(ex出+pend→花钱出去)
  expenditure n 支出,开销(expend+iture)
  expensive a 昂贵的(ex+pens+ive→要花钱的→昂贵的)
  pension n 年金;养老金(pens+ion→用心花费的)
  compensate v 赔偿;报酬(com全部+pens+ate→花费的钱全部[拿回来]→赔偿)
  recompense v/n 回报,报答(re回+compense 报酬→回报)
  dispense v 分配,分送(dis分开+pense→分开花费→分配,分送[财物])
  dispensable a 可分配的;不重要的(dispense+able→能分送出去→不重要的)
  indispensable
  dispensary n 药房(dispense分配+ary场地→配药的地方)
  propensity n 倾向;习性(pro前+pens+ity→重量偏向一边→倾向)
  A propensity for being displeased with anything that is not perfect or does not meet extremely high standards.
  Just how much corruption infects tertiary education is concealed by the propensity of some university management to breach statutory duties by not reporting it.
  pensive a 思考的(pens+ive→称重量→衡量→思考)pensive mood
  perpendicular adj/noun 垂直;垂直的(per 全部+pend)
  ponder v 沉思(pond重+er→分出轻重→沉思)
  ponderance n 重量;重要(ponder重+ance)
  ponderous a 重的,笨重的(ponder重+ous)
  pending adj. 悬而未决;待定
  orbit=circle,表示“圆圈”
  orbit n 轨道
  orbital a 轨道的
  exorbitant a 过分的,过度的(exhu +orbit轨道+ant→出轨的,过分的)
  The practice of lending money and charging the borrower interest, especially at an exorbitant or illegally high rate.
  exorcize v 驱除(坏事)(ex出+orc巫术,邪魔+ize)
  And I write, hoping to exorcise some frustration.
  
楼主骑着斑柱看美眉 时间:2008-12-09 16:21:11
  45.luxurious=lavish(impressive and very expensive), sumptuous(grand and very expensive
  lav,luv,lut=wash,表示“洗,冲洗”"
  lavish v 浪费a. 浪费的(lav+ish→冲掉→浪费)
  lavatory n 洗手间(lav+atory场所→冲洗的地方→洗手间)
  diluvial a大洪水的(di分开+luv+ial→冲开→水很大→大洪水的)
  antediluvian a 远古的(ante前+diluvian大洪水的→大洪水前的→远古的)n老古董,比antique还要老的古董
  ablution n 沐浴;净化(ab去掉+lut+ion→洗掉[脏东西]→沐浴)
  dilute v 冲淡;稀释(di分开+lute→冲开→冲淡)
  dilution n 冲淡;稀释物(dilute+ion)
  dilutability n 可稀释度
  diluent n/v 稀释;稀释药
  diluant n 稀释剂
  deluge v 大洪水;暴雨(de去掉+lug[=luv]+e→冲掉→暴雨)传说中的世界大洪水
  sum, sumpt = take 表示“拿,取”"
  consume v 消费,吃光(con全部+sum+c→全部拿光→消费)
  consumer n 消费者(consume消费+er人)
  consuming a 消耗性的
  assume a 承担;假装,假定(as加强动作+sum+e→拿往→承担[责任])
  assumption n 假设,承担(as+sumpt+ion)
  resume v 拿回;恢复(自由等)(re回+sun+e→拿回去,也可解释为重新拿起,继续)
  reassume v 取回;再担任(re再+assume承担)
  presume v 假定;自以为是(pre预先+sum+e→预先拿往→假定)
  presumption n 假定;冒昧(pre+sumpt+ion)
  sumptuous a 奢侈的(sumpt+uous→[把钱]拿出去→奢侈的)
  
楼主骑着斑柱看美眉 时间:2008-12-09 16:22:54
  sumptuosity
  n.
  奢侈,奢华,昂贵,奢侈品
楼主骑着斑柱看美眉 时间:2008-12-09 16:27:10
  A cylindrical surface or solid all of whose sections perpendicular to the elements are elliptical
楼主骑着斑柱看美眉 时间:2008-12-09 16:57:28
  46.boring=tedious(if you describe something tedious, you mean it is boring and frustrating)
  -ious表形容词,“…的”
  curious a 好奇的(cur关心+ious)
  contagious a 传染的(con共同+tag接触+ious)
  specious a 似是而非的(spec看+ious…看上去是而实际不是)
  impress
  impassion
  impressive
  impassioned
  spacious a 宽敞的(spac空间+ious)
  penurious a 贫困的;小气的(penury贫困+ious)
  flirtatious a 调情的(flirt调情+ate+ious)
  euphonious a 悦耳的(eu美好+phon声音+ious)
  parsimonious a 小气的(parsi花费+mon警告,小心+ious…花钱小心…小气的)
  parsimony n 小气,吝啬
  tedious a 冗长沉闷的(ted厌倦+ious)
  commodious a 宽敞的(commod舒适方便+ious)
  1. I'd like a specious room.
  我要一间装饰漂亮的房间。
  2. Niko: Every room is very specious and comfortable.
  妮可:每个房间都是这样的宽敞和舒适.
  3. With an area of 260sq. meters, it is specious and unique.
  先声画廊空间宽敞独特,是由50年代德国建筑师的建筑改建而成。
  4. Also they cannot be sure what will happen to individual specious (species) of plants.
  同时他们也不能确定那些独立物种的植物会发生什么。
  5. Outer design specious, line fluency, and the operator have the wide front/rear vision.
  整车外型美观,线条流畅,驾驶员前后视野宽阔。
  6. He fences his doctrines with the specious plea that statesmen mustlive as the world lives.
  他用似是而非的遁词为他的教义作辩护,说政治家必须象世人那样活著。
  7. Old building was torn open, old friend broadcast, the detail in memory is more and more specious.
  老房子拆了,故人四散,记忆里的细节越来越似是而非。
  8. The force extend in the Gobi, and the unimaginable reason is a specious fashion show thousands miles far away .
  暴力在戈壁滩上蔓延,而难以想象的原因竟然是一个千里之外高尚的时装发布会上。
  220.181.43.42
  9. The acquisition of Trevor Ariza has loaded the team up at the three and frankly power forward is the squad's most specious position.
  新引进的阿里扎是全队第3号大前锋,拥有全队最好的身体素质。
  10. Deluxe and elegant presidential suite is specious and bright . The international standardardized interview hall and meeting hall satisfy all your requirements.
  豪华典雅的套房、宽敞明亮。国际标准的会见厅、会议厅,使您的要求无一不足。
  11. Additional of kind of material apply, the symbolic design of abstraction lets these Chinese style elements become ambiguous, specious, let popular feeling relax.
  另类材料的运用,抽象化的符号设计让这些中式元素变得模糊,似是而非,让人心弛。
  12. The comfortable and specious conference room, which can accommodate 200people,is equipped with modern audio systems、VCD, projector and other specialized equipment.
  舒适明亮的会议大厅能容纳200人,配备了最现代的音响系统、影碟机、投影仪等专业设备。
  13. The arguments that creationists use are typically specious and based on misunderstandings of (or outright lies about) evolution, but the number and diversity of the objections can put even well-informed people at a disadvantage.
  创造论者使用的论证,一般而言都似是而非,而且源自对演化的误解,或者信口胡说,但是他们提出的反对意见,不仅数量多,而且五花八门,就算熟悉演化论的人也不易招架。
  14. If do away with a few specious traditions, make space of a few psychology and visual vacuum transition, jump from, false or true is applied, the space can magnify, just also escape likely the life form of those be dead as mutton.
  假如破除一些似是而非的传统,将一些心理空间及视觉空间做转换、跳离、虚实运用,空间就会放大,也才有可能逃脱那些僵死的生活形态。
  www.liang8.cn
  15. Turn head to consider, perhaps people shouldn't separate oneself and nature too far, several near thoroughly, this kind of blindfold break base a feeling knot will ruin perfect end-result of life, interfuse another a sort of specious of disconsolate. 回头想一想,人们也许不该将自己与大自然分开太远,几近彻底,这种盲目的断根情结只会毁掉生命完美的归宿,混入另一种似是而非的惘然。
  16. Arrive greatly adolescence, the blain of large area, make the skin horrible; Small arrive after manhood, now and then appearing blain blain affects integral figure, anyhow, what the occurrence of blain blain lets us is specious degree sell at a discount greatly.
  大到青春期,大面积的痘痘,令皮肤惨不忍睹;小到成年后,偶然冒出的痘痘影响整体形象,总之,痘痘的出现让我们的外表美观度大打折扣。
  17. 1 Perhaps his most difficult decision was the refusal, against the advice of weaker brethren in America and elsewhere, to bargain the security of the Western world by yielding to the specious Russian Offers of a face-saving accommodation at the expense of America's allies.
  也许他最难作出决定的是,不顾国内外一些意志不那么坚强的同事们的劝告,不肯接受俄国人提出的以牺牲美国的盟友为代价的保全其面子的那种貌似有理的建议,而拿西方世界的安全来做买卖。
  emuch.net
  18. Romantic, abound modelling and change, luxuriant, nobility has emotional appeal again, it is the reason that a lot of people like Europe type style admittedly, but if be gone after blindly modelling, dead move cover forcedly, also hard to avoid lets the home become bos is not foreign, specious.
  浪漫、富于造型和变化,华丽、高贵又有情调,固然是很多人喜欢欧式风格的原因,但假如一味追求造型、死搬硬套,也难免让家变得不中不洋,似是而非。
  19. Abstract: This paper criticizes 4 specious propositions about current controversy on theory of value:(1)the proposition that labor is the only resource of value needn't to be verified; (2) value is created by live labor, but distributed by ownerships of production factors; (3) value is determined in the process of production, but realized in the circulation; (4) value is a kind of social relationship, where there is no atom of use-value.
  内容提要本文剖析了当前有关价值争论中的4个似是而非的命题:(1)劳动是价值的惟一源泉无需证明;(2)价值是由活劳动创造的,价值的分配是按生产要素所有权进行的;(3)价值是在生产过程中决定的,在流通中实现的;(4)价值是一种社会关系,其中不包含任何使用价值原子。
  Press= press, 表示“挤压”"
  pressing a 急迫的(press+ing)
  pressure n 压力(press+ure)
  compress v 压缩,缩短(com全部+press→全部压到一起)
  compressible a 可压缩的(com+press+ible)
  compression n 压缩,紧缩(com+press+ion)
  depress v 压下;使沮丧(de向下+press→向下压→使情绪低下)
  depressed a 感到压抑的(depress+ed)
  depression n 沮丧;萧条(depress+ion)
  express v 表达;特快(ex把[思想]挤出来→表达)
  expression n 表达;表情(express+ion)
  impress v 盖印;使感动(im进+press→压进去→盖印→印入头脑→感动)
  impression n 印象;感想(impress+ion)
  impressive a 给人深刻印象的(impress+ive)
  oppress v 压迫,虐待(op加强动作+press→拼命压→压迫)
  oppression n 压迫;苦难(oppress+ion)
  repress v 镇压;抑制(感情)(re回+press→压回去→镇压)
  suppress v 镇压;忍住(眼泪等)(sup下去+press→压下去→忍住)
  suppression n 镇压,平定(suppress+ion)
  Pass= felling, 表示“感情”"
  passion n 激情(pass+ion)
  passive a 消极的,被动的(pass+ive→感情用事→被动的)
  impassive a 冷漠的(im无+pass+ive→无感情的)
  impassioned a 充满激情的(im进入+passion激情+ed→进入激情)
  compassion n 同情(com共同+pass+ion→共同感情→同情)
  patience n 耐心;忍受(par[=pass]+ience→感情,有感情就有耐心→耐心)
  impatient a 不耐烦的(im+patient)
  compatible a 和谐的,相容的(com共同+pat+ible→有共同感情的→相容的)
  compatibility n 和谐共处(com+pat+ibility)
  
楼主骑着斑柱看美眉 时间:2008-12-09 16:59:12
  compatible with
楼主骑着斑柱看美眉 时间:2008-12-09 17:21:05
  47.respect=esteem(if you esteem someone, you respect and admire him/her. FORMAL)
  Spect, spic= look, see,表示“看”"
  aspect n 样子,容貌;方面(a加强意义+spect→看的东西→外表,容貌)
  circumspect a 慎重的(circum周围+spect→看周围→小心的)
  circumspection n 慎重;细心
  expect v 期待,盼望(ex出+spect→看出去→期待)
  expectation n 期待,希望(expect+ation)
  inspect v 检查;视察(in内+spect→看进去→视察)
  inspection n 视察;认真看(inspect+ion)
  perspective n 看法;眼界;透视(per全部+spect+ive→全部看到→透视,看法)
  prospect n 展望,前景(pro向前+spect→向前看→展望)
  prospective a 将来的(prospect前景+ive)
  prospectus n 计划书;大纲(pro+spect+us→向前看的东西→大纲)
  respect v/n 尊敬(re再+spect→再看[一眼]→尊敬)
  respectable a 可敬的(respect+able)
  respectful a 充满敬意的(respect+ful)
  respective a 各自的(re回+spect+ive→回头看[自己]→各自的)
  retrospect v 回顾,回想(retro向后+spect看→向后看→回顾)
  retrospective a 回顾的;怀旧的
  suspect v 怀疑(sus下面+spect→在下面看→怀疑)
  suspicion n 怀疑(sus+spic+ion→在下面看→怀疑)
  suspicious a 多疑的(sus+spic+ious)
  spectacle n 奇观;状观;(spect+acle复)眼镜(spect+acle→看的东西→眼镜)
  spectacular a 奇妙的;惊人的(spect+acular…的,来自spectacle奇观)
  spectator n 观众,旁观者(spect+ator人→看的人→观众)
  speculate v 思索;投机(spec+ulate→看准了→思考,投机)
  speculation n 思索;投机(spec+ulate→看准了→思考,投机)
  auspice n 吉兆,前兆(au鸟+spice→看到鸟[喜鹊]→吉兆)
  auspicious a 吉兆的(auspice+ious)
  conspicuous a 显眼的,引人注目的(con大家+spic+uous→大家都看见→显眼的)
  despicable a 可鄙的(de向下+spic+able→向下看→看不起→可鄙视的)
  despise v 轻视,看不起(spis=spic)
  perspicacious a 有洞察力的(per全部+spic+acious…的→全部都看到的)
  estim=value (价值)
  estimate 估计,估量
  esteem (尊敬)
  estimable 可尊敬的;可估计的
  
楼主骑着斑柱看美眉 时间:2008-12-10 00:14:24
  formidable adj.可怕的, 可畏的;难以应付的;丰富的; 强有力的
  a man with a formidable appearance样子可怕的人
  a formidable task难应付的工作
  He has a formidable knowledge of English literature.他有丰富的英国文学知识。
  Mr. Smith had formidable opposition to the proposal.史密斯先生强烈反对该建议。
  
楼主骑着斑柱看美眉 时间:2008-12-10 00:16:23
  48.worry=fret(if you fret about something, you worry about it)
  1. You are fretting yourself needlessly.
  你是在不必要地折磨自己。
  2. Babies often fret (themselves) when their mothers are not near.
  婴儿常常因母亲不在身边而哭闹.
  3. Fretting about it won't help.
  发愁於事无补.
  4. Don't fret, we'll get there on time.
  别著急, 我们能准时到那里.
  5. Don't fret away [out] your life.
  别在烦恼中过日子。
  6. Don't fret away your life.
  别在烦恼中过日子。
  7. You must not fret yourself about it.
  你不要为它而使你自己感到焦躁不安。
  8. Don't fret; we'll get there on time.
  不要感到焦躁不安,我们会准时到那里。
  9. You need not fret yourself about that.
  你不必为那件事自寻烦恼。
  10. Don't let sorrow fret away your courage.
  别让忧愁消磨掉你的勇气。
  11. Don't fret;everything will be all right.
  别发愁,一切都会好的。
  12. Don't fret if you are a newbie at hosting.
  如果你在招待客人方面没经验,不要担心。
  13. Fret for your car.
  材料为你的车.
  14. The less you fret,
  烦恼就越少。
  15. You had better not fret about your mistakes.
  你最好不要为你的错误而烦恼。
  16. Many students fret over their college entry exam.
  很多学生都很担心他们的大学入学考试。
  17. Don't fret too much; everything will be all right.
  不要烦躁不安,每件事情都会很顺利的。
  shangyanshu.bokee.com
  18. Those nervously inclined see plenty of reason to fret.
  那些紧张地做准备的人有足够的理由坐立不安。
  19. Do not fret at train's delay; it will arrive here soon.
  火车迟到不要焦急,他很快就到了。
  20. Problems are here to stay, but there's no need to fret!
  麻烦是会找上门来,但也毋需焦躁!
  21. New Zealanders fret that their currency has risen too far.
  新西兰人忧虑本国货币升值过度。
  22. Yet the Chinesecontinue to fret about the Needham question.
  至今中国仍然被李约瑟问题所困扰。
  23. Yet the Chinese continue to fret about the Needham question.
  那时中国仍然被李约瑟难题困扰着。
  24. Worry and fret and irritation are emotions which serve no purpose.
  担担忧、烦恼和愤怒是不起任何作用的情感。
  25. Nativists fret about America's inability to secure its own borders.
  本土主义者抱怨美国对自己边境管理的无能。
  26. Do not fret because of evildoers, Be not envious toward wrongdoers.
  诗37:1〔大卫的诗。〕不要为作恶的、心怀不平、也不要向那行不义的、生出嫉妒。
  27. And if private investors fret, central banks may well pick up the slack.
  即使私人投资人担忧,那些中央银行也会多买入,成为缓冲。
  28. Molly : Don't fret. Most big hotels have at least two western restaurants.
  莫莉:别担心,大多数大饭店最少有两家西餐厅。
  29. Refrain from anger and turn from wrath; do not fret-it leads only to evil.
  当止住怒气,离弃忿怒;不要心怀不平,以致作恶。
  30. Cease from anger and forsake wrath; Do not fret; it leads only to evildoing.
  诗37:8当止住怒气、离弃忿怒.不要心怀不平、以致作恶。
  49.cold=chilly(unpleasantly cold), icy(extremely cold)
  50.hot=boiling(very hot)
  boiler 锅炉,汽锅
  boiling 沸腾,煮沸
  boiling and melting point apparatus 沸点及容点计
  51.dangerous=perilous(very dangerous, hazardous(dangerous, especially to people's safety and health)
  per=try,表示“尝试”
  peril v 冒险n. 危险(per+il→尝试→冒险)
  perilous a 危险的(peril+ous)
  empiric n 经验主义者(em出+pri[=per]+ic→从尝试出来→经验)
  empirical a 靠经验办事的(empiric+al)
  empiricism n 经验主义( empiric经验主义者+ism)
  experience n 经验,经历(ex出+per+ience→尝试出来的东西→经验)
  experiment n 实验(ex出+per+I+ment)
  52.nowadays=currently
  53.only=unique(the only one of its kind), distinctive;
  un,uni=one,表示“单一,一个”
  unity n 单一;一致(uni+ty)
  unitarianism n 一元论(unit+arian…的+ism论)
  unite v 团结,合并
  bisunite v 分离;分裂(dis分开+unite→团结的分开→分裂)
  unify v 统一(uni+fy)
  unification n 联合(uni+fic+ation)
  uniped a 独脚的(uni+ped叫)
  unique a 独特的(uni+que表形容词→单一的→独特的)
  unison n 和谐(uni+son声音)
  unanimity n 一致,同意(un[=uni]+anim生命+ity→一个生命→一致)
  unanimous a 全体一致的(un+anim+ous)
  unifoliate a 单叶的(uni+foli树叶+ate→单个树叶的)
  uniform a 同样的,一致的(uni+form形状)
  uniformity n 一致性(uniform+ity)
  unilateral a 单方面的(uni+later边+al→单边的→单方面的)
  54.stop=cease(if something ceases, it stops happening or existing)
  55.part=component(the components of something are the parts that it is made of)
  56.result=consequence(the results or effects of something)
  57.obvious=apparent, manifest
  par, pear=come in sight,表示“看见”
  apparent a 显而易见的(ap+par+ent→一再能看见→显而易见)
  transparent a 透明的;明白的(trans穿过+par+ent→穿过去能看见→透明的)
  transparency n 透明度
  appear v 出现(ap+pear→看见了→出现了)
  disappear v 消失(dis不+appear出现→不出现→消失)
  man, maun= hand,表示“手”"
  manage v 办理;管理(man+age→用手做→引申为管理)
  manacle n 手铐;束缚(man+acle东西→手上的东西→手铐)
  manual a 手工的n。手册(man手+ual)
  maneuver n 运用,操纵(man+enver劳动→用手劳动→操纵)
  manifest a 明显的v表明;证实(mani+fest打击→用手打出→不隐藏→表明)
  manipulate v 巧妙处理;操纵(mani+pul一捆+ate→同时用手做一堆事情→巧妙处理)
  manuscript n 手稿(manu手+script写→手写→手稿)
  manufacture v/n制造;加工(manu+ fact做+ure→用手做→制造)
  manumit v 解放;释放(manu+mit放→把手放了→释放)
  maintain v 保持,维持(main[=man手]+tain拿→用手拿住→保持)
  -o
  (1)表名词,“人,物或状态”
  tyro n 新手(来自拉丁文tiro,新手)
  maestro n 音乐大师(maestro+master)
  impresario n "(娱乐圈的)经理人(impresar,意大利语,意为管理)"
  virtuoso n 艺术大师(virtuous有美德的)
  bravo n 歹徒(brav勇敢)
  mangifico n 高官,贵人(magn 大+ific+o)
  fresco n 壁画(fresc+fresh新鲜的…指画在墙上的画鲜艳)
  tornado n 龙卷风(torn=turn转→转的风)
  curio n 古董(curi好奇,关心+O)
  patio n 庭院;平台(pat平坦的)
  dynamo n 发电机(dynam力量)
  motto n 座右铭(mot动…行动之指南)
  relievo n 浮雕(relieve浮现)
  volcano n "火山(volcan来自Vulcan,罗马神话中的火神)"
  gusto n 嗜好(gust趣味,爱好)
  fiasco n 大惨败(意大利词,原意为易碎的瓶子)
  manifesto n 宣言,声明(manifest显示,证明)
  58.play truant=play hookey=cut class
  60.quite=fairly
  61.pathetic=lamentable(very uncomfortable and disappointing)
  path=feeling, suffering, illness,表示“感情,痛苦,病”"
  pathos n 悲哀(path痛苦+os表名词)
  pathetic a 可怜的;动情的(path+exit→动感情的)
  antipathy n 反感(anti反+pathy→反感情)
  apathy n 冷淡,漠不关心(a 无+pathy→无感情)
  apathetic a 冷漠的(a+path+etic)
  sympathy n 同情,怜悯(sym共同+pathy→共同感情→同情)
  pathology n 病理学(path+o+logy学科→病的学科→病理学)
  psychopath n 精神病人(psycho精神+path→精神病人)
  electropathy n 电疗法(electro电+pathy→用电治病→电疗)
  om-,con-表示"共同"
  combine联合,结合(com+bine捆→捆在一起→结合)
  compassion同情(com+passion爱国者→同胞)
  compatriot同胞(com+patriot动→大家一起动→动乱)
  commend赞扬;推荐(com+mend信任;命令→大家信任→赞扬;参考;recommend)
  commemorate纪念(com+memor记住+ate→大家一起记住→纪念)
  commensurable相等的,相称的(com+mensur测量+able→能放在一起的测量→相等的)
  comparison比较(com+pari平等+son→一起平等→比较)
  compact紧密的;合同(com+pact压紧→全部压紧→紧密的)
  comfort安慰(com+fort加强→[精神]强大→安慰)
  commodious宽敞的(com+mod动+ious→共同动→有动的地方→宽敞的)
  compete比赛(com+pete追求→一起追→比赛)
  component成分(com+pon放+ent→放到一起[的东西]→成分)
  compress压缩(com+press压→一起压→压缩)
  concentric同中心的(con+centric中心的)
  contemporary同时代的(con+tempor时间+ary→同时间的)
  conclude结束;总结(con+clude关闭→全部关闭→结束)
  confirm坚定;证实(con+firm坚定)
  condense凝结;浓缩(con+dense 浓密的)
  consolidate巩固,加强(con+solid坚固+ate→成为大家的财产→没收)
  Conflict冲突(con+flict打→一起打斗→冲突)
  Confluence汇流(con+flu流+ence→共同流→汇流)
  Congregate集合的,聚集的(con+greg集合+ate→集合到一起→聚集的)
  Console安慰(con+sole安慰→一起安慰)
  62.field=domain(a particular field of thought, activities or interest)
  63.appear=emerge(come into existence)
  merg, mers= sink,表示“沉,没”"
  emerge v 浮现,出现(e出+merge→沉的东西出现→浮现)
  emergence n 浮现,出现(emerge+ence)
  emergency n 突然事件(emerge+ency→[突然]出现的事情)
  immerge v 沉入,浸入(im进入+merge→沉进去→沉入)
  submerge v 沉入,沉入水中(sub在下面+merge→沉到下面去)
  merge v 合并,融合(沉下→融为一体→合并)
  emersion n 浮现,出现(e出+mers+ion→沉下又出现→浮现)
  immerse v 沉浸(in进+merse→沉进去→沉浸)
  submersion n沉没(sub在下面+mers+ion,submerge的名词)
  submersed a 在水下的,生于水下的(sub下面+mers+ed)
  64.whole=entire(the whole of something)
  tir=draw,表示“拉”
  entire a 完整的,完全的(en进+tir→拉进去→不遗留在外→完整的)
  retire v 退休;撤退(re回+tir+e→拉回去→退休)
  retired a 退休的;隐退的
  tirade n 很长的演说(tir+ade→把[话]拉长→很长的演说)
  attire v 打扮,穿着(at强调动作+tir+e→[把衣服]拉直→打扮)
  65.wet=moist(slightly wet), damp(slightly wet), humid(very damp and hot)
  66.wrong=erroneous(incorrect or partly correct)
  err=wander,mistake,表示“漫游,犯错误”"
  err v 犯错
  error n 错误(err+or)
  errant a 漫游的;错误的(err+ant)
  erratum n 正误表(err+atum表名词→[改正]错误的东西)→正误表)
  erroneous a 错误的(err+oneous…的→错误的)
  erratic a 古怪的n. 怪人(err+atic→[被人认为]错误的→古怪的)
  aberrant a 越轨的;异常的(ab离开+errant错误的→离开[正确]走向错误→越轨的)
  aberration n "越轨;失常(aberrant,后缀ant换成ation)"
  inerrancy n 无错误(in无+err+ancy→无错误)
  67.difficult=formidable
  formidable adj.可怕的, 可畏的;难以应付的;丰富的; 强有力的
  a man with a formidable appearance样子可怕的人
  a formidable task难应付的工作
  He has a formidable knowledge of English literature.他有丰富的英国文学知识。
  Mr. Smith had formidable opposition to the proposal.史密斯先生强烈反对该建议。
  form=shape,表示“形状”
  formal a 正式的,正规的(form+al)
  formalism n 形式主义(formal正式的+ism)
  formality n 正式礼仪(formal+ity性质→正式性质→礼仪)
  formation n 形成;培养(form+ation→形成形式)
  formula n 公式;信条( form+ula表名词→形成的东西→公式)
  formulate v 公式化;系统陈述(formula+ate→成公式)
  conform v 使一致;遵从(con共同+form_→形式共同→一致)
  conformity n 一致,相符(conform+ity)
  deform v 使残废;变形(de坏+form→使形状坏→使残废)
  deformed a 畸形的(deform+ed)
  deformation n 畸形;丑化(deform+ation)
  inform v 通知,告知(in进+form→进入形式→正式通知)
  information n 信息,情报(inform+ation→通知的东西→信息)
  informative a 见多识广的(inform+ative→有信息的)
  multiform a 多形状的(multi多+form→多形式的)
  reform v 改革,改造(re再次+form→再形成→改造)
  transform v 变形;改造(trans变+form→变形)
  transformation n 转变,变形(transform+ation)
  uniform a一致的;n. 制服(uni一个+form→一种形状→一致的)
  uniformity n 一致性(uniform+ity)
  perform v 执行(任务);表演(per完全,彻底+form形状→从头到尾做出形状→表演
  performance n 表现;表演(perform+ance)
  68.change=convert(change into another form)
  ver,ert=turn,表示“转”
  verse n 诗歌,韵文(转着反复说的话→诗歌)
  versed a 熟练的(会写诗歌,表示对语言运用的熟练)
  version n 翻译;译文(vers+ion→从原文转出来→译文)
  versatile a 多功能的;多才的(玩的转→有才能的)
  versatility n 多才多艺
  vertical a 垂直(vert+ical[下垂的东西])
  avert v 避开(a离开+vert→转开→避开)
  adertise v 做广告(at一再+vert+ise→转来转去做广告)
  advertisement n 广告
  convert v 转化;改造(con共同+vert→共同转→转化)
  conversion n 转化;(宗教的)改变
  incconvertible a 不能转化的(in不+convert转化+ible)
  unconverted a 不变的,不悔改的(un不+convert转化+ed)
  controvert v 反驳;攻击(contro相反+vert→相反转→反驳)
  controversy n 争论;议论
  incontrovertible a 不容争论的 (in不+controvervtt反驳+ible→不容反驳的)
  sivert v 转向;消遣(di偏离+vert转偏离→转向)
  diversion n 转向;娱乐
  invert v 翻过来,倒转(in进+vert→转进去→倒转→倒置)
  pervert v 颠倒;曲解(per全部+vert→全部转→颠倒)
  revert v 恢复原状(re回+ert→转回来→恢复)
  reversion n 恢复原状
  averse a 反感的(a坏+vers+e→往坏转→反感的)
  aversion n 反感
  adverse a 逆反;不辛
  adversary n 敌手,对手(ad+ers逆反+ary人→逆反之人→对手)
  anniversary n 周年纪念日(fanni年+vers+ary→一年转一次→纪念日)
  converse v 谈话,交际(con共同+vers+e→[两个齿轮对着]一起转→相反)
  conversation n 谈话
  conversant a亲近的(con共同+vers+ant→在一起转的→亲近的)
  diverse a 不同的(di分开+vers+e→转开了→不同的)
  diiversify v 多样化(di分开+vers+ify)
  diversity n 多样性
  inverse a 翻转的(in进+vers+e→转进去→翻转的)
  malversation n 贪污;渎职(mal坏vers+ation→转坏了→做官做坏→贪污)
  peverse a 性情乖张的(per全部+vers+e→和大家[反着]转→乖张的)
  perversity n 性情乖张的
  reverse v 颠倒,逆转a.相反的(re反+verse→反着转→颠倒)
  irreversible a 不能改变的(ir不+re+vers+ible→不能颠倒的)
  transversal a 横断的(taans横+vers+al→横着转→横断的)
  universe n 宇宙(uni一个+vers+e→统一旋转→宇宙)
  university n 大学(uni+vers+ity→由宇宙引申为知识,知识之地→大学)
  vertigo n 眩晕(vert+igo→go around转着走→眩晕)
  
楼主骑着斑柱看美眉 时间:2008-12-10 00:51:49
  69.typical=quintessential(this word means represent a typical example of something)
  typ=type,表示“模式,形状”
  type n 种类,v.打字
  typewriter n 打字机(type+weiter用来打字的东西)
  typical a 典型饿(tyo+ical→成模式的→典型的)
  atypical a 不定形的;变态的(a不+typival典型的)
  prototype n 原型,典型(proto原始,第一+type→原始模式→原型)
  typography n 印刷术(typo+graphy写→用模型写→印刷)
  typology n 类型学(typ+o+log学科+y→研究模式的学科)
  70.careful=cautious(very careful in order to avoid danger), prudent(careful and sensible)
  71.ability=capacity, capability(the same as ability)
  cap, capt, cept ,ceive, cip, cup=take, hold, seize, 表示“拿,抓,握住”
  capacity容量,才能(cap+acity→拿住的能力→容量;才能)
  capacious宽阔的;容积大的(capacity形容词)
  incapacitate使无能(in无+capacit能力+ate→无能力)
  caption标题;字幕(cap+抓+ion抓住主要内容→标题)
  captive俘虏
  capture逮捕,捉拿(capt+ure→抓住毛病→挑剔的)
  captious吹毛求疵的
  accept接受;承认
  acceptability可接受性(accept+ability→接受能力)
  conception概念,观念
  deceptive欺骗性的(de坏+cept+ive→拿坏的东西来→欺骗性的)
  inception开始,开端
  intercept拦截,阻止(inter在…中间+cept拿住→拦截)
  precept箴言
  receptacle容器(re再+cept+acle东西→拿东西的东西→容器)
   except除外(ex出→cept→拿出)
  conceive想象;构想
  conceivable可想象的
  deceive欺骗
  perceive知觉;发觉
  receive接受;收到(re再+ceive抓→全部→发觉)
  receipt收据
  conceit自豪;自大
  anticipate预料;预期的(anti前+cip抓+ent→开始抓→开始的)
  incipient开始的;初期的(in+cipi抓+ent→开始抓→开始的)
  emancipate解放(e出+man手+cip+ate提前抓住→预料)
  emancipation解放
  municipal参加;共享
  participant参与者
  principal主要的;首要的(prin主要的+cip+al)
  recipietn接受者
  occupy占领;使用(oc再次+cupy抓→抓住地盘→占领)
  occupant占有者
  occupation职业;占有
  preoccupation全神贯注
  72.strange=eccentric(if some one is eccentric, s/he behaves in a strange way, or his/her opinion is different from most people)
  eccentric ec+centric远离中心的→不合群的,古怪的
  73.rich=affluent(if you are affluent, you have a lot of money)
  flu=flow,表示“流动”"
  fluid n 流体,液体a. 流动的(flu+id)
  fluidity n 流动性(fluid+ity)
  flush v 奔流,冲洗(flu+sh表动词→流动→冲洗→;参考:dash猛冲)
  flux n 流动;变迁(flu+x;注意:flex弯曲,flax亚麻)
  fluency n 流利,流畅(flu+ency→流的状态)
  affluent a 流入的;富裕的(af一再+flu+ent →一再流入→富裕的)
  affluence n 富裕;财富(af+flu+ence)
  confluent a 汇流的,合流的(con共同+flu+ent →流到一起→汇流的)
  confluence n 汇流(con+flu+ence)
  effluent a 流出的n. 流出物(ef出+flu+ent →流出物)
  effluence n 流出(ef+flu+ence)
  effluvial a 恶臭的(ef出+fluv [=flu]指流出不好的东西+ial→流污水→恶臭的)
  effluvium n 恶臭,臭气(ef+fluv+ium)
  influence n 影响(in进入+flu+ence→流入→影响)
  influenze n 流行感冒(in进入+flu+enze病→流行病→感冒)
  influx n 涌入;汇集(in进入+flux→注入→涌入)
  refluent a 倒流的(re回+flu+ent _→流回去)
  superfluous a 过剩的,多余的(super超过+flu+ous→超过了还流→过剩的)
  superfluity n 过剩,太多(super+flu+ity)
  mellifluous a流畅的;甜美的(melli甜+flu+→声音甜美流出)
  74.use= utilize (the same as use)
  us,ut = use,表示“用”
  usage n 用法;惯例(us+age状态→用的状态→用法)
  usual a 通常的,常用的
  unusual a 异常的(un不+usual通常的)
  aduse v 滥用,谩骂(ab坏+use→不好用→滥用)
  abusive a 谩骂的(abuse+ive)
  bisabuse v 纠正…错误(dis去掉+abuse滥用→去掉滥用→纠正错误)
  disuse v 废弃不用(dis不+use→不用了)
  misuse v 错用;虐待(mis坏+use→用坏→错用)
  utilize v 利用(ut+ilize)
  utility n 公用事业;有用(ut+ility)
  utilitarian a 功利主义的(utility+arian……的→有用为主→公里主义)
  utensil n 用具,器血(ut用+ensil表物品→用具)
  usurp v 篡夺;侵占(us+urp[=rape枪掠]→枪过来用→篡夺)
  75.dubious=skeptical(if you are skeptical about something, you have doubts on it.)
  du,dub,doub=two,表示“二,双”
  dual a 二重的,二元的(du+al)
  duality n 二重的性(dual+ity)
  duel n 决斗(du+el[=bell斗]→二个人斗→决斗)
  dubious a 半信半疑的(dub+ious_二种状态→不肯定,怀疑的)
  indubitable a 无可置疑的(in不+dubitable可怀疑的)
  doubt n 怀疑(doubt二→二种状态→怀疑)
  doubtful a 可疑的,怀疑的(doubt+ful)
  duplicate v 加倍;复制(du+pic 重复+atc→重复第二份→复制)
  duplicity n 二心;口是心非(du+plic重复+ity→二种重复状态→二心)
  duplex a 二重的;二倍的(du+plex重叠→二重的)
  double a 翻倍
  -ical表形容词,“…的”
  pontifical a 自以为是的(pontiff教皇+ical…像教皇一样自以为是的)
  polemical a 引起争论的(polem争论+ical)
  botanical a 植物学的(botany植物学+ical)
  tyrannical a 暴虐的(tyranny暴君+ical)
  symmetrical a 对称的(symmetry对称+ical)
  skeptical a 怀疑的(skept怀疑+ical)
  hypercritical a 吹毛求疵的(hyper过分+crit批评+ical)
  symbolical a 象征的(symbol象征+ical)
  geometrical a 几何学的(geometry几何学)
  76.satisfy=gratify (if you are gratified by something, it gives you pleasure and satisfaction)
  sati,satis,satur=enough,full of food, 表示“足够,饱足”"
  satiable a 可使满足的(sati满+able)
  satiate v 使充分满足(sati+ate)
  insatiate a 不满足的(in不+satiate满足)
  sate v 使饱足
  satisfy v 使满足(satis+fy化→使…满足)
  satisfaction n 满足(satisfy的名词)
  satisfactory a 令人满意的( 来自satisfaction)
  saturate v 使饱和(satur+ate→使足够→饱和)
  saturation n 饱和(satur+ation)
  saturated a 饱和的(saturate+ed)
  grat,gree=pleasing,表示“感激,高兴”"
  gratitude n 感激,感恩(grat+itude状态)
  gratuity n 赏钱;赠品(grat+uity→因感激给→赏钱→小费)
  gratuitous a 无缘无故的; 免费的(来自gratuity赏钱,给小费可多可少,所以“无缘无故的”)
  ingratiate v 迎合,讨好(in进入+grat+iate→使[别人]进入高兴→讨好[别人])
  ingratiating a 讨好的,诌媚的(ingratiate+ing)
  gratify v 使满足;喜悦(grat+ify使…→使[人]满足,高兴)
  gratification n 满足;喜悦(gratify+ication)
  grateful a 感谢的;愉快的(grate+ful多…的)
  ingrate n 忘恩负义之人(in不+grate→不感激→忘恩负义)
  grace n "优美,文雅(grace=grat,感激别人态度一定好,所以grace有了“文雅”的意义)"
  gracious a 文雅的;亲切的(grace+ions)
  agreeable a 愉快的;适意的(a+gree=able;agree“同意”)
  agreement n 协议;一致(agree+ment)
  disagree v 不一致,争执(dis不+agree同意)
  77.short=fleeting, ephemeral(if something is ephemeral, it lasts a short time)
  ephemeral a. 朝生暮死的,生命短暂的
  1. Short-lived or ephemeral, as a life.
  短命的或短暂的,如生命
  2. Perhaps the least prepossessing quality of Fox was that he cares too much about the ephemeral in politics: and Ford displays excessive zeal, to my mind, in teasing out these cares to the last twist and turn.
  也许福克斯最不逗人喜欢的一点就是他把短促的政治生命看得过于重了。而在我看来,福特在诱使福克斯说出他的这些关心时显得过分热情,手法千奇百怪,使尽了手段。
  3. Such novels came forward to enjoy ephemeral popularity only.
  这样的小说只是昙花一现的东西而已。
  4. Slang words are often ephemeral.
  俚语往往只流行于一时.
  5. Her success as a singer was ephemeral.
  作为歌唱家她取得的成功只是昙花一现。
  6. Life is eternal. A lifetime is ephemeral.
  生命是永恒的,而一生的时间却极为短暂。
  7. Her success as a popular singer was ephemeral.
  作为流行歌曲歌手她取得的成功只是昙花一现。
  8. The nature of everything is illusory and ephemeral.
  万物本质皆为虚幻短暂。
  9. Such novels came forward to enjoy ephemeral popularity only.
  这样的小说只是昙花一现的东西而已。
  10. Really good music will be everlasting while most pop songs are ephemeral.
  真正好的音乐是永恒的,而大多数流行歌曲只会昙花一现。
  11. My other writings are very ephemeral, but this book will be remembered forever.
  我其他的作品都是坛花一献,但这本书却将会成为经典。
  12. These so-called "ephemeral" port numbers are usually in the range 49152 to 65535.
  所以49152到65535之间的端口号是短暂的。
  13. What is true is forever in our hearts,and will not dispear with our ephemeral lives!
  真正的爱是永远藏在心里面,却不会随着短暂的生命而消失!
  14. In front of our ephemeral life, many are puzzled and ask themselves: Why are we here?
  面对我们短暂的一生,许多人感到困惑,都在自问:为什么我们在这里?
  15. What is ture is forever in our hearts,and will not disapear with our ephemeral lives.
  真正的爱是永远藏在心里面,却不会随着短暂的生命而消失。
  16. What is true is forever in our hearts,and will not disappear with our ephemeral lives.
  真正的爱是永远藏在心里面,却不会随着短暂的生命而消失.
  17. “the old universal truths lacking which any story is ephemeral and doomed” (William Faulkner).
  “没有了古老而普遍的真理,任何故事都短暂并且注定要失败的”(威廉•福克纳)。
  18. The ephemeral nature of the woman's attachment to the man makes the man a consort of the woman.
  这个女子与男人关系的短暂,使得男人成为女子的男伴。
  19. There smiles the Divine Child among his playthings of unmeaning clouds and ephemeral lights and shadows.
  那圣洁的孩子在乏味的云层和倏忽变幻的浮光掠影中嬉戏微笑。
  20. In 1996, she was cast as an ambitious college student on Rhea Perlman's ephemeral sitcom "Pearl" (1996).
  1996年,她被蒙上作为大学生对苎麻普尔曼雄心勃勃的短命短剧"明珠"(1996年).
  21. The Japanese have a word, aware, for the feelings that arise from the poignant beauty of an ephemeral thing.
  日本人用“哀”这个字来形容美丽却短暂易逝的事物给人的感受。
  22. The flickering light coalesced. There, in the sky before them, was a round moon circled by an ephemeral ring.
  云层上忽隐忽现的光斑开始汇合在一起。那里,在他们面前的天空中,出现了一轮圆月,带着围绕着它的稍瞬即逝的光环。
  23. Yet, among all the tones present in the clothing industry, some of them or ephemeral while others are perennial.
  但在服装业的所有色调中,一些短暂,一些长久。
  24. A man is to carry himself in the presence of all opposition as if every thing were titular and ephemeral but he.
  一个人面对反对意见,他的反应应当像除了他自己之外,其它的一切都是有名无实的过眼烟云。
  25. A man is to carry himself in the presence of all opposition, as if every thing were titular and ephemeral but he.
  一个人面对反对意见,其举措应当像除了他自己之外,其它的一切都是有名无实的过眼烟云。
  26. When the service you're selling is as ephemeral as “creativity,” sometimes it pays to defy the conventional business wisdom.
  当您所提供的服务和“创造力”一样稍瞬即逝时,有时违背常规的商业智慧也是值得的。
  27. Air travelers have more to hate about red-eye flights, where sleep is as ephemeral and satisfying as a bag of pretzels for dinner.
  搭飞机旅行的人大多讨厌在夜间飞行,因为飞机上的睡眠时间短暂,睡眠品质也不好,就像是晚餐只靠一包椒盐脆饼充饥般,无法令人满足。
  28. Modern usage includes rivers that are multi-channeled, intermittent, or ephemeral in flow and channels that are practically bankless.
  现在用法包括多个支流的河流,间断的河流,实际上没有河岸的季节性河流。
  29. But in its attempt to be all things to all demographics, it squanders a promising cast in favor of eye-candy and ephemeral storytelling.
  但在他尝试满足所有人的要求时,把有前途的角色浪费在满足视觉需要和无聊的故事情节上了。
  30. In the past few days financial markets have paused for thought about the valuation of the increasingly ephemeral things in which they deal.
  过去的几天金融市场停顿下来思考它们交易的那些越发短命的东西的估价。
楼主骑着斑柱看美眉 时间:2008-12-10 00:59:36
  78.scholarship=fellowship
  -ship
  (1)表示某种关系或状态
  friendship n 友谊(friend朋友)
  hardship n 苦难(hard艰难的)
  dictatorship n 独裁专政(dictator独裁者)
  psrtnership n 合伙关系(partner合伙人)
  relationship n (亲属)关系(relation关系)
  citizenship n 公民身份(citizen公民)
  membership n 成员资格(member成员)
  (2)表示某种技能
  airmanship n 飞行技术(airman飞行员)
  salesmanship n 推销术(salesman推销员)
  horsemanship n 骑马术(horseman骑手)
  79.angry=enraged(extremely angry)
  roge=mad,表示“疯狂”
  rage n 狂怒
  enrage v 使发怒(en使+rage→使人疯狂→使发怒)
  outrage n 暴行,残暴(out出+rage→作出疯狂的事→残暴)
  outrageous a 残暴的,骇人的(ourage+ous)
  80.smelly=malodorous(used to describe an unpleasant smell)
  mal-表示“坏,恶”(亦作male)
  malcontent不满的(mal+content满意的)
  malpractice不法行为(mal+practice做事,实践→做坏事)
  malnutrition营养不良(mal+nutrition营养)
  malediction诅咒(male+dict说+ion→说坏话)
  malefaction坏事,恶行(male+fact做+ion→做坏事)
  malodor恶臭(mal+odor气味)
  maltreat虐待(mal+treat对待)
  malapropism字的误用(mala+prop恰当+ism→[用字]不恰当;来自一喜剧中的Mrs.Malaprop,以用词错误闻名)
  malevolent恶意的(male+vol意志+ent→坏意志)
  maladroit笨拙的(mal+adroit灵巧的)
  ordor:
  The property or quality of a thing that affects, stimulates, or is perceived by the sense of smell.See Synonyms at smell
  A sensation, stimulation, or perception of the sense of smell.
  A strong, pervasive quality:
  Esteem; repute:
  An odor of sadness permeated the gathering.
  a doctrine that is not currently in good odor.
  
楼主骑着斑柱看美眉 时间:2008-12-10 01:11:09
  81.ugly=hideous(if something is hideous, it is very ugly or unattractive)
  ract =draw, 表示“拉,拖”
  adstract v 抽出a. 抽象的(abs离开+tract→拉出,抽出)
  adstraction n 抽象;发呆(思想被拉走)
  attract v 吸引(ar加强动作+tract→不断拉→吸引)
  attraction n 吸引力(attract+ion)
  attractive a 有吸引力的(attract+ive)
  contract n 契约v. 收缩(con共同+tract→共同拉[回去]→收缩;对大家都有制约→合同)
  contraction n 收缩
  detract v 降低;贬损(de坏+tract→拉坏→降低)
  detraction n 毁谤;减损
  detractor n 毁谤者(detract贬损+or人)
  distract v 分散;使混乱(dis分开+tract→[思想]被拉开→分心,分散)
  distracted a 心烦意乱的
  extract v 抽出;提炼出(ex出+tract→拉出来→提炼出)
  extraction n 提炼;抽出
  protract v 延长(pro向前+tract向前拉→延长)
  protractile a 可延长的(protract+ile)
  retract v 缩进;退缩(re向后+tract→向后拉→缩进)
  retraction n 缩进;撤回
  sudtract v 减去;扣除(sub下+tract→拉下去→减去)
  tractor n 拖拉机(tract+or→拉的东西→拖拉机)
  tract n 一片土地;地带(拉长的一片地)
  tractctble a 易管教的(tract+adle→能够拉[回来]→易管教的)
  82.attractive=appealing(pleasing and attractive), absorbing(something absorbing can attract you a great deal)
  ab-,abs-加在词根前,表示"相反,变坏,离去"等
  abnormal 反常的(ab+normal正常的)
  abuse 滥用(ab+use用→用坏→滥用)
  absorb 吸收(ab+sorb吸收→吸收掉)
  absent 缺席的(ab+sent出现→没有出现→缺席的)
  abduct 诱拐(ab+duct引导→引走→诱拐)
  abject 可怜的(ab+ject抛→抛掉→可怜的)
  abstract 抽象的;心不在焉的(abs+tract拉→被拉开→心不在焉)
  abstain 戒绝(abs+tain拿住→不再拿住→戒绝)
  abscond 潜逃(abs+cond藏→藏起来→潜逃)
  abscind 废除(abs+cind剪切→切掉→废除)
  abscise 切除(abs+cise剪→剪掉→切除)
  abstinence 节制;禁欲(abs+tin拿住+ense→不在拿住→戒除,禁欲)
  83.diverse=miscellaneous(a miscellaneousgroups consists of many different kinds of things)
  Misc=mix,表示“混淆”"
  miscellaneous a 混杂的,混合的(miscel[=misc]+aneous…的)
  promiscuous a 混杂的(pro多+misc+uous→混合得多→混杂的,滥交的)
  promiscuity n "混杂,杂乱(promiscuous,ous变成ity)"
  miscible a 可混合的(misc+ible能…的→能混合的)
  immiscible a 不能混合的(im不+miscible)
  nonmiscible a 不可混淆的(non不+miscible)
  -aneors表形容词,表示“…有;…特征的”
  simultaneous a 同时发生的
  spontaneous a 自发的
  miscellaneous a 各种各样的(miscell混杂)
  subterraneous a 地下的(sub下+terr土地)
  extraneous a 外来的(extra外的)
  extemporaneous a 临时的(ex出+tempor时间)
  maditerraneous a 地中海的(medi中间+terr土地)
  84.disorder=disarray, chaos
  dis-
  ① 表示"不,消失掉"
  dislike不喜欢(dis+like喜爱→不喜爱)
  disorder无秩序(dis+order顺序→没有顺序)
  dishonest不诚实的(dis+honest诚实的)
  disappear消失(dis+appear出现→不出现→消失)
  disproof反证,反驳(dis+proof证实→不证实→反证)
  discourage使失去勇气(dis+courage勇气)
  disarm解除武装(dis+arm武装→去掉武装)
  dispel驱除,消除(dis+pel推→推开→驱除)
  dispassionate平心静气的(dis+passionate有激情的)
  discover发现(dis+cover盖→把盖揭开→发现)
  dismay沮丧(dis+may能够→不能做事→沮丧;参考:五月能种粮食,所以叫May)
  ② 表示"分开,分离"
  disseminate散布,传播(dis+semin种子+ate→散布〔种子〕)
  dispense分配(dis+pense花费→分开花费→分配〔财富等〕)
  distract分心(dis+tract拉→把〔心〕拉开→分心)
  distend膨胀(dis+tend拉→分开拉→膨胀)
  discriminate辨别;歧视(dis+crimin分辨→ate→分辩开)
  dismiss解散;开除(dis+miss送→送出→解散)
  disburse支付,支出(dis+burse钱包→从钱包中分出→支出)
  discard丢弃,抛弃(dis+card扔→扔出去)
  discuss讨论(dis+cuss敲打→把〔问题〕分开敲→讨论)
  85.crazily=frantically(used to describe someone who behaves in a wild and uncontrolled way)
  frantic a. 疯狂的,狂乱的
  1. She was frantic with worry.
  她愁得要命。
  2. The child's parents were frantic when she did not return home on time.
  那孩子没有按时回家,她父母都要急疯了。
  3. That noise is driving me frantic.
  那种噪音真要把我弄疯了。
  4. He have a frantic rush to get his work do.
  他急急忙忙把工作做完。
  5. I heard frantic cries for help.
  我听到疯狂的求救哭叫声。
  6. That noise is driving me frantic.
  噪音促使我发疯。
  7. She was frantic with pain.
  她疼得发疯。
  8. Frantic messages screaming things like BUY NOW!
  此时,突然会出现你意想不到的信息:“立即购买!”
  9. I was frantic to finish the report on schedule.
  我十万火急地要按预定时间完成报告。
  10. Five frantic frogs fled from fifty fierce fishes.
  五只疯狂的青蛙逃过了五十条凶猛鱼的追逐。
  11. With a frantic gesture, he rushed out of the room.
  他作了个发狂般的姿势,便冲出屋去了。
  12. The youths are buzzing about in a frantic activity.
  小伙子们正在跑来跑去忙得要命。
  13. Frantic stylists hoisted curling irons like lightsabers.
  疯狂的设计师举着光剑似地举着卷发钳。
  14. But he soon found himself being battered by frantic women.
  可是,没过多久,他发现自己已被疯狂的女人冲得踉踉跄跄。
  15. By that time the Italian army was nothing but a frantic mob.
  那时意大利军队简直就是一群狂乱的乌合之众。
  16. Frantic, the son calls his sister, who explodes on the phone.
  儿子发疯一样给他妹妹打电话,妹妹在电话中简直暴怒了。
  17. From the frantic worship of Sex has come the pandemic of AIDS.
  对性的狂热崇拜导致了艾滋病的大流行。
  18. AGAPE This is love without tension: it is calm and not frantic.
  情爱这种爱没有紧张感:它平静怡然而非疯狂过激。
  19. The mother was frantic when she heard that her child was minning.
  当那母亲听说她孩子失踪时就疯狂了。
  20. He admonished those frantic football fans to change their wicked ways.
  他告诫那些疯狂的足球迷们改变那种捣蛋的做法。
  21. There was a frantic rush to get everything ready for the queen's visit.
  为了准备迎接女王驾临,出现了一片疯狂的忙乱。
  22. The mother was frantic with grief when she heard that her child was dead.
  当那母亲听到她孩子死亡时悲痛得发疯。
  23. The little boy's frantic. No, he's more than that -- he's scared shitless.
  小男孩是狂乱的。 不,他超过那 -- 他被惊吓无粪的。
  24. Play as Eliot Ness in this frantic mobile shooter and bring Al Capone to justice.
  玩家在这个疯狂的手机射击游戏中扮演的角色名叫埃利奥特•尼斯,他的使命就是把艾勒•凯波尼绳之以法。
  25. “He was just frantic,” Marilyn Alberti said. “He said, `Mom, a guy just shot up my class.
  他简直是疯了,妈妈,有个家伙在我们教室开枪.
  26. “He was just frantic,” Marilyn Alberti said. “He said, “Mom, a guy just shot up my class.
  “他已经疯了,”艾伯特说,“妈妈,一个持枪歹徒在我们教室里开枪。”
  27. In the real world, Zoe is frantic with worry as her father lies unconscious in a hospital bed.
  在现实世界中,祖伊看着一动不动躺在病床上的父亲焦急万分。
  28. There was a frantic rush to get everything ready for the unexpected inspection from the superiors.
  "为了准备迎接上级的突然检查,出现了一片疯狂的忙乱。"
  29. Players from both sides made frantic gestures to the touchline as Terry lay motionless on the floor.
  双方的队员在特里一动不动的躺倒在地上后都大声招呼边线(的队医)。
  30. Dagen lowered his head onto his folded arms as his frantic mind tried to work out what he would say.
  达恩低下头,双臂报住脑袋,他的脑子里一片混乱,他在想该怎么说呢。
  
楼主骑着斑柱看美眉 时间:2008-12-10 01:32:46
  87.ordinary=mundane(very ordinary and not at interesting or unusual)
  Ordin=order,表示“命令,顺序”
  ordain n 规定;命令(ordin的变体)
  ordinal a 顺序的,次序的(ordin+al)
  ordinance n 训令,法令(ardin+ance→命令[状态]→法令)
  ordinary a 普通的( ordin+ary→有顺序的;听命令的→普通的)
  extraordinary a 特别的,超常的( extra 超+ordinary普通的)
  coordinate v 协作a . 同等的; 坐标的(co 共同+ordin+ate→共同顺序→同等的)
  coordinator n 协调者(coordinate+or)
  inordinate a 过度的,无节制的(in无+ordin+ate→无顺序的→过度的)
  subordinate a 附属的;服从的n. 部下(sub下面+ordin+ate→顺序在下→附属的)
  insubordinate a 不服从的(in不+subordinate服从的)
  ultra-
  ① 表示“极端”
  ultrapure极纯的(ultra+pure纯的)
  ultramilitant极端好战的(ultra+militant好斗的)
  ultraclean极洁净的(ultra+clean干净的)
  ultra-reactionary极端反动的(ultra+reactionary反动的)
  ultraliberal极端自由主义的(ultra+liberal自由的)
  ② 表示“超出,超过”
  ultrasonic超音速的(ultra+sonic声音的)
  ultramodern超现代化的(ultra+modern现代化的)
  ultramundane超俗的(ultra+mudane俗气的)
  ultrared红外线的(ultra+red红色的)
  ultraviolet紫外线的(ultra+violet紫色的)
  supra-表示“超….”
  Supra-class超阶级的
  Supranatonal超国家的
  Supramundane超现世的(supra+mundane世俗的)
  88.despite=notwithstanding(FORMAL)
  
楼主骑着斑柱看美眉 时间:2008-12-10 01:49:50
  89.best=optimal(used to describe the best level something can achieve)
  optim=bext,表示“最好”
  optimsm n 乐观主义(optim+ism→向最好方面想的主义→乐观主义)
  optimistic a 乐观的(optim+ist+ic)
  optimum n (生物成长)最适宜的条件或环境(optim+um表示场地,如:museum博物馆)
  90.sharp=acute(severe and intense)
  acid, acri, acrid, acu=sour, sharp, 表示“尖,酸,锐利”
  acid酸的
  acidify酸化(acid+ify…化→酸化)
  acidity酸度,酸性(acid+ity性质→酸性)
  acidulous微酸的(acid+ulous有…的→有酸味的)
  acrid辛辣的;类刻的(acrimony的形容词)
  acute尖锐的,敏锐的
  acuity尖锐,敏锐(acu+ity性质→尖的性质→尖锐)
  acumen敏锐,聪明(acu+men表示名词→尖→敏锐)
  acupuncture针炙(acu尖+punct点+ure→用尖〔针〕点→针炙)
  acme顶点,顶峰(acumen的变体)
  91.unbelievable=inconceivable(ifyou deem something inconceivable, you think it very unlike to happen
  em,empt,ampl=take,procure,表示“拿,获得”
  exempt v 免除,豁免(ex出+empt拿→拿出→豁免)
  exemption n 免除,豁免(exempt+ion)
  redeem v 赎回,买回(red=[re回]+eem[=em]→拿回→赎回)
  redemption n 赎回,买回(redeem 的名词)
  premium n 奖品,奖金(pre前面+em+ium→在前面[的人]拿到→奖品)
  peremptory a 专横的,武断的(per全部+empt+ory→全部拿了→武断的)
  preempt v 以先买权取得;先发制人(pre 预先+empt→预先拿→先发制人)
  preemption n 优先权;霸占(pre+empt+ion→先拿→霸占)
  preemptive a 优先的; 先发制人的
  ample a 充足的(拿得多,很充足)
  sample n 样品,标本(s[=se分开]+ample→分开拿出→标本)
  example n 样本;榜样(ex出+ ample→拿出来→作为榜样)
  exemplar n 典型;模型(ex出+empl[=ampl]+ar)
  exemplify v 举例说明(ex+empl+ify)
  92.puzzle=perplex(something perplex someone means it confuses and worries him/her because he/she does not understand it)
  93.method=avenue(away of getting something done)
  uen,uent=come,表示“来”
  venture v n.冒险,冒险做(vent+ure来到[危险]→冒险)
  venturesome a 冒险的(venture+some有点…的)
  adventure n 冒险(ad增强+venture冒险)
  adenturous a 爱冒险的
  advent n 到来,出现(ad加强动作+vent→来到)
  adventitious a 偶然的,不定的(advent来到+itious→[突然]来到的→偶然的)
  convent n 女修道院(con大家+vent→大家来[修道]→[女]修道院)
  convention n 集会;惯例(con大家+vent+ion→大家来到→起→集会)
  conventionality n 老一套;习俗(convention习俗+ality性质)
  event n 事件(e出+vent→出来的事→事件)
  eventful a 变故多的(event+ful→事件多→多变故的)
  eventual a 最终的(event事件+ual→出事[之后]→最终的)
  eventuality n 不测事件(eventual+ity)
  invent v 发明,创造(in进+vent→走进来→发明出)
  inventive a 有创造能力的(invent+ive)
  prevent v 防止,阻止(pre预先+vent→预先来到→抢先一步,防止别人)
  preventive a 预防性的
  convene v 召集,召唤(con全部+ven+e→来到一起→召集)
  convenience n 方便,便利(con全部+ven来+ience→全部能来没有障碍→方便)
  revenue n 收入,岁入(re回+ven+ue→回来的东西→收入)
  avenue n 大路,道路(让人可以走来走去)
  vcontravene v 违反(contra+en+e→反着来→违反)
  covenant n 协议,契约(co共同+ven+ant→共同走来→协议)
  intervene v 干涉,介入(inter中间+ven+e→走到中间来→干涉)
  inventory n 清单,财产目录(in进+vent+ory→进来的[全部财产]清单)
  94.famous=distinguished(used to describe people who are successful in their career)
  sting ,stinct,stimul=priek表示”刺,刺激“
  sting v 刺 n.刺针
  stingy a 小气的(sting+y→像刺一样[小的心胸]→小气的
  distinguish a 区别;辩出(dis分开+stingu[=sting]+ish→把刺分开→区别)
  distinguished a 著名的,卓越的(区别→与众不同→著名的)
  extinguish v 熄灭(ex+stingu+ish→把刺拿出去→刺引申为火焰→灭火)
  distinct a 清楚的;明显的(dis分开+stinct→把刺分开→与众不同的→明显的)
  distinctive a 有区别的(distinct+ive)
  distinction n 区别;优秀(distinct+ion)
  extinct a 灭绝的(ex+stinct,来自extinguish,熄灭→灭绝的)
  extinction n 灭绝
  instinct a 本能,本性(in内+stinct→内在的刺激→本能)
  stimulate v 刺激,鼓励(stimul+ate→刺激)
  stimulation n 刺激,鼓励
  instigate v 教唆,煽动(in进入+stig[=stinct]+ate→刺激[别人]内部→煽动)
  95.ancient=archaic(extremely old and extremely old-fashioned)
  anci,antiq=old,表示“古老”
  ancient a 古代的(anci+ent)
  ancientry n 古旧;古代事物(ancient古代的+ry表名词)
  antique a 古代的 n.古物
  antiquated a 陈旧的(antique+ated)
  antiquity n 古旧,古代(antique古代的+ity)
  Many physicians' offices, hospitals and insurers still rely on archaic paper records systems.
  很多医院、诊所和医疗保险机构仍然使用陈旧的纸质档案系统。
  Painted with archaic simplicity, it has an elegant, unusual, and individually distinct manner.
  构图奇特,用笔沉著有力,设色雅静,浑厚古拙中饶富奇异的气氛。
  No matter how archaic the thought and behavior would be, it is incredible without definite evidence.
  无论如何古老的思想与行为,除非有确证,便不可以轻信。
  It was an archaic custom to mark the tombs with this symbol or to place vases with Swastika symbols in tombs.
  它是一古老的习俗,用这符号标记在坟墓里或放置具有纳粹党所用的十字记号的花瓶在坟墓里。
  Allegedly Korea meal suffers the effect of archaic palace lifestyle, more striped-pants, stress dinner service.
  据说韩国餐饮受古代皇宫生活方式的影响,比较注重形式,讲究餐具。
  When resting truly, archaic bed is enclosed credit screen more, put down shade act sleep space also a few smooth rice just.
  真正休息的时候,古代的床铺多为封闭式的帐幔,放下帘幕的睡觉空间也就几平米而已。
  LONDON, AFP -- Britain's first fleet of tuk-tuks has been run off the roads by "archaic legislation," the owner said Saturday.
  伦敦,法新社--嘟嘟车有限公司负责人周六表示,英国首群嘟嘟车队在「守旧法规」的限制下,将停止营运。
  The coloring is archaic and can be compared to surviving Yüan dynasty wall paintings, such as at the Yung-lo Temple in Shan-his.
  人像躯体身首比例美好,画来用笔挺劲,设色古厚,可与今日尚存之元代道观壁画如山西永乐宫相通。
  However, the bill has had a “hold” placed on it, an archaic Senate procedure that any senator can use to freeze a bill anonymously.
  然而,由于任何参议员可以匿名方式冻结法案的陈旧参议院程序,该项法案尚已"滞留"。
  96.decorate=embellish(embellish means make something look more attractive via decorating it with something else)
  bell=fine (美好)
  embellish v 装饰(em使+bell+使—美好)
  belle n 美女
  97.possible=feasible(if something is feasible, it can be done, made or achieved)
  fac,fact,fect,fic,fig=make,do,表示“做,制作”
  facile a 容易做的(fac+ile能…的)
  facilitate v 使容易(fac+ilitale能够→使能够做→使容易)
  facility n 便利;便利设备(容易让人做事)
  factor n 要素;动力(fact+or→促使人做的东西→要素;动力)
  benefactor n 捐助者;恩人(bene好+fact+or→做好事的人)
  benefaction n 善事;恩惠(bene好+fact+ion)
  malefaction n 罪恶,犯罪(male坏+fact+ion)
  facsimile n 复写,传真(fac+simile相同→做出相同的东西→传真)
  faction n 宗派,小集团(fact+ion→[一帮人]做→小集团)
  factious a 搞派别的(faction的形容词)
  factitious a 人为的,不自然的(fact +itious…的→做出来的,不自然的)
  manufacture a 制造(业)(manu手+fact+ure→手做→制造业(机器发明前用手做)) 前用的手做))
  affect v 影响;感动(af使+fect→使人做→影响)
  affected a 受感动的;假装的(affect 影响+ed→被影响的→被感动的)
  affection n 感情;友情(affect+ion→感动→感情)
  affectation n 假装(affect+ation→做出的感动→假装)
  affectionate a 充满感情的(affection 感情+ate)
  affective a 令人感动的( affect感动+ive表示主动的形容词→令人感动的)
  confection n 糖果(con共同+fect+ion→混在一起→糖果)
  confectionery n 糖果店(confection糖果+ery→糖果店)
  defect n 缺点,缺陷;变节(de坏+fect→做坏了→缺陷)
  defection n 叛党,变节(de坏+fect→做坏事→叛党)
  disaffect a 使…感情疏远;不满(dis分开+affect感情→感情分开→疏远)
  disaffected a 不满的;背离的(disaffect+ed)
  effect v 实施;生效;效果(ef出+fect→做出来→生效;效果)
  effective v 有效的(effect +ive)
  effectuate v 使…有效(effect+uate表示动词)
  infect v 传染;感化(in进入+fact→做进去→传染进去)
  infection n 传染;感化(infect+ion)
  infectious a 传染性的(infect+ious)
  perfect a 完美的;完全的(per全部+fect→全部做完→完美的)
  perfection n 完全;完美(perfect+ion)
  sacrifice v 牺牲n. 牺牲品(sacri神圣+fice→为神做的东西→牺牲品)
  efficacy n 功效,功能(ef出+fic+acy→做出来的结果→功效)
  efficacious a 有效应的(efficacy.y 变成I,再加ous)
  efficient a (做事)有效的(ef出+fic+ent→能做出事来→有效率的)
  proficient a 精通的,熟练的(pro前+fic+ient→以前做过→熟练的)
  proficiency n 精通,熟练(pro+fic+inecy)
  suffice v 使满足,充足(suf在下面+fice→在下面先做好→充足)
  sufficient a 足够的,充分的(suffice+inet)
  profit n 利润;利益(pro前+fit[=fict]→先做的好处→利益)
  profitable a 有利润的(profit+able)
  fiction n 虚构;小说(fict+ion→做出的故事→小说)
  fictitious a 虚构的(fict+itious)
  feat n 功绩,事业(feat=fact做大事→功绩)
  feature n 面貌;特征(feat+ure→做事的状态→做事特征)
  feasible a 可行的;可能的(feas做+ible→能够做的→可行的)
  malfeasance n 不法行为(mal坏+feas+ance→做坏事)
  defeat v 打败,摧毁(de向下+feat→做下去→打下去)
  defeatism n 失败主义(defeat +ism)
  figment n 虚构的事物(fig+ment→做出的东西→虚构)
  figure n 形象,人物(fig+ure →做出的状态→形象)
  transfigure v 使变形;使改观(trans改变+figure形状)
  configuration n 结构;形状;配置(con共同+figure形象+ion→形象放在一起→总结构)
  fashion n 时髦,风气(fash[=fac 做]+ion→做出的东西→时髦)
  fashionable a 时髦的,流行的(fashion+able)
  98.so=consequently, accordingly
  card, cord=heart,表示“心脏,一致”
  cardiac心脏的
  cordial首要的,主要的(注意不要和cardial心脏的 相混)
  cordiality诚心,热诚(cordial+ity)
  cordiform心形的
  record记录(re一再+cord→一再放在心上→记录)
  concord协调;协议(con共同+cord→心一样)
  discord不和;不一致
  discordance不协调; 不一致
  accord一致;符合
  accordian手风琴
  99.rare=infrequent (doesn’t happen often)
  100.greedy=rapacious(greedy and selfish)
  Rap,rapt,rav=snatch,表示“捕,夺”"
  rape v 强奸;洗劫
  rapacious a 强夺的(rap+acious多…的→夺得多的→强夺的)
  rapine n 强夺,抢劫(rap+ine表名词)
  rapt a 着迷的(魂被夺走)
  rapture n 狂喜,着迷(rapt+ure)
  enrapture v 使狂喜(en使+rapture狂喜)
  raptor n 猛禽(rapt+or→掠夺之鸟→猛禽)
  ravish v 抢夺(rav+ish表动词)
  ravage n 破坏(rav+age状态→掠夺过的状态)
  raven v 捕食;狼吞虎咽(raven还有乌鸦之意)
  ravenous a 贪婪的;饿极的(raven捕食+ous→捕食的→贪婪的)
  
  cad, cas, cid=fall,表示“落下,降临”
  casual偶然的(cas+ual→落下的→不是安排好的→偶然的)
  casualty事故;灾难(casual+ty→[突然]落下的事→事故)
  occasion发生;时机(oc使+cas落下+ion→使…落下→事情发生)
  decaent颓废的
  accidental偶然的(accident事故+al)
  coincide巧合;同时发生
  coincidence巧合
  incident偶然事件
  occident西方(oc使+cid落+ent→使〔太阳〕落下→西方)
  decay衰退;腐败(de向下+cay=落下→向下掉→衰退)
  Ori,orig= rise, begin ,表示“升起,开始”"
  orient n 东方a. 东方的;上升的(ori+ent→[太阳] 升起的→东方的)
  oriental n 东方人a. 东方的;亚洲的(orient+al)
  orientation n 定向,定位(orient东方+ation→向东方→定位)
  disorient v 使迷失方向(dis失去+orient东方→失去方向)
  origin n 起源;出身(orig+in→[生命]开始→起源)
  original a 起源的;独创的(origin+al)
  originate v 起源,发生(origin起源+ate)
  oboriginal a 土著的,原始的(ab从+origin起源+al→从起源来→原始的)
  Ordin=order,表示“命令,顺序”"
  ordain n 规定;命令(ordin的变体)
  ordinal a 顺序的,次序的(ordin+al)
  ordinance n 训令,法令(ardin+ance→命令[状态]→法令)
  ordinary a 普通的( ordin+ary→有顺序的;听命令的→普通的)
  extraordinary a 特别的,超常的( extra 超+ordinary普通的)
  coordinate v 协作a . 同等的; 坐标的(co 共同+ordin+ate→共同顺序→同等的)
  coordinator n 协调者(coordinate+or)
  inordinate a 过度的,无节制的(in无+ordin+ate→无顺序的→过度的)
  subordinate a 附属的;服从的n. 部下(sub下面+ordin+ate→顺序在下→附属的)
  insubordinate a 不服从的(in不+subordinate服从的)
  Onym=nam, 表示“名字”"
  onymous a 有名字的(onym+ous)
  anonymous a 无名的,匿名的(an无+onym名+ous)
  anonymity n 无名,匿名(an+onym+ity)
  homonymous a 同名的(homo同+onym+ous→同名的)
  pseudonym n 假名(pseudo假+onym)
  patronymic a 源于父名的(patro父亲+onym+ic)
  synonym n 同义词(syn同+onym名→同名→同义词)
  “水”的英语单词是 water,但是英语中有许多和“水”有关的单词并不包含 water,作为构词成分,water 有个对应的拉丁语词根 aqua,例如 aquamarine(宝蓝色的,海蓝色的),aquanaut(潜水员),aquarium(水族馆,养鱼池)等等都是和“水”有关的单词。此外,黄道十二星座中的水瓶座(或称宝瓶座)的英语单词 Aquarius 也是源自 aqua,Aquarius 的字面含义即为“担水的人”。
    aquacompound:水合物
    aquaboard:滑水板
    aquacade--aquashow:水中的歌舞表演
    aquaculture:水产业
    aquafarm:水产养殖场
    aquamarsh:水沼地、沼泽
    Aquapolis:水上城市
    aquarelle:水彩画、水彩画法
    aquatel:水上旅馆
    aquathenics:水上体操
    aquatic animal:水生动物
    aquatic community:水生群落
    aquatic pollution:水污染
  man,hand,year,etc.而且英语单词的“独体字”还往往有对应的希腊语或拉丁语词根,与上面提到的这几个单词相对应的词根分别是 anthrop(源自希腊语),chiro(源自希腊语),ann/enn(源自拉丁语)。进而,由这些词根作为基础,就派生出许多英语单词来,例如:anthropoid(类人猿),anthropology(人类学),philanthropy(博爱,慈善);chirography(笔迹;书法),chiromancer(手相家);anniversary(周年纪念),annual(每年的,年度的),biennial(两年一次的)等等
  torr=dry (干)
  torrid 酷热的
  torrefy 焙,烤
  trepid=trembling (颤抖)
  trepidation 胆怯
  intrepid 大无畏的
  tum=swell (肿)
  tumid 肿胀的
  intumescence 开始发胀
  uber=fruitful (果实)
  exuberant 茂盛的;多产的
  uberty 丰饶,多产,生育力
  ucor=wife (老婆)
  uxorious 怕老婆的,宠爱老婆的
  uxoricide 杀妻
  vale=farewell (再见)
  valediction 告别演说
  veh=carry (带来)
  vehicle 车辆
  vehement (感情等)猛烈的(猛烈状态带来后果)
  velop=cover (盖上)
  envelop 把—包住,裹住
  develop 发展
  verd=green (绿)
  erdant 碧绿的
  erdant 碧绿的
  ardent 热心的
  erdigris 铜绿,铜绣;碱性
  veter=old (老)
  veteran 老兵
  inveterate 根深蒂固的
  viti=fault (错误)
  itiate 污染;使堕落
  vituper=blame (责备)
  vituperate 严厉责备
  zym=ferment (发酵)
  enzyme 酶
  zymology 发酵学
  am, amor, amat=love,表示“爱,情爱”
  amatory恋爱的;色情的(amat+ory→爱的 )
  amiable和蔼的,友善的(ami+able能…的→能〔被〕爱的→亲切的)
  amicable友好的,温和的(am+ic+able→能爱〔你〕的→友好的)
  amity友好,和睦(am+ity状态→爱的状态→和睦)
  enmity敌意,仇恨(en进入+am+ity→合成enmity,爱太多的成为恨)
  
楼主骑着斑柱看美眉 时间:2008-12-10 13:50:13
  感觉英语单词和汉语也差不多,也有偏旁部首.
  
  Ped=foot, 表示“脚”
  
  
  pedal a 脚的,足的(ped+al)
  pedestrian a 步行的n. 步行者(ped+estrian…的人→用脚走路的人)
  biped a 两足的n. 两足动物(bi二+ped→两只脚)
  quadruped n/a 四足动物(的)(quadru四+ped)
  centipede n 蜈蚣(centi一百+pede→一百只脚的动物→蜈蚣)
  expedite v 加快,促进(ex出+ped+ite→把脚跨出去→加快)
  expeditious a 迅速的( expedite+ious)
  expedition n 远征,探险(ex出+ped+ition→走出[去]冒险)
  impede v 妨碍,阻碍(im进入+pede→把脚放进去→妨碍)
  impediment n 阻碍,阻碍物(impede妨碍+I+ment)
  expedient a 方便的;权宜的(ex出+ped+ient→能把脚跨出去→方便的)
  podiatrist n 足病医生(pod[=ped脚]+iatrist专家)
  biped bi-ped
  uniped uni-ped
  triped tri ped三只脚??
  quadruped quadr-ped 四只脚
  
  
  quadrangle四角形(quadr+angle角)
  quadricycle四轮车(quadri+cycle轮子)
  quadrilateral四边的(quadri+lateral边)
楼主骑着斑柱看美眉 时间:2008-12-10 13:53:15
  英语的蜈蚣就是一百只脚~~
  centi-ped
  centimeter厘米
  centigrade a 百分度的( centi百+grade级,度)
  
楼主骑着斑柱看美眉 时间:2008-12-10 14:23:06
  un,uni=one,表示“单一,一个”
  unity n 单一;一致(uni+ty)
  unitarianism n 一元论(unit+arian…的+ism论)
  unite v 团结,合并
  disunite v 分离;分裂(dis分开+unite→团结的分开→分裂)
  unify v 统一(uni+fy)
  unification n 联合(uni+fic+ation)
  uniped a 独脚的(uni+ped脚)
  unique a 独特的(uni+que表形容词→单一的→独特的)
  unison n 和谐(uni+son声音)
  unisonous adj
  unanimity n 一致,同意(un[=uni]+anim生命+ity→一个生命→一致)
  Nothing marred the unanimity of the proceedings.
  There are two possible ways in which this lack of unanimity among the various systems of private international law may be ameliorated.
  Article 5 The principle of willingness and equality, payment and mutual benefit, honesty and credit, and unanimity through negotiations must be followed in conducting technology trading.
  Our discussions led to complete unanimity .
  unanimous a 全体一致的(un+anim+ous)
  unifoliate a 单叶的(uni+foli树叶+ate→单个树叶的)
  uniform a 同样的,一致的(uni+form形状)
  uniformity n 一致性(uniform+ity)
  unilateral a 单方面的(uni+later边+al→单边的→单方面的)
  A mathematical measure of the sensitivity of rates of return on a portfolio or a given stock compared with rates of return on the market as a whole. A high degree of such sensitivity indicates moderate or high price volatility.
  later=side,表示”边“
  unilateral a 单边的(uni单个+later+al)
  bilateral a 双边的(bi双+later+al)
  equilateral a 等边的(equi相等+later+al)
  lateral a 旁边的,侧面的
  
楼主骑着斑柱看美眉 时间:2008-12-10 15:20:37
  combine联合,结合(com+bine捆→捆在一起→结合)
  compassion同情(com+passion爱国者→同胞)
  compatriot同胞(com+patriot动→大家同祖→同胞)
  父,祖-patr(i); part(o); pater
  patriarch [patri父,祖arch首脑,长]家长;族长
  patriarchal [见上,-al…的]家长的;族长的;家长似的
  patriot [patri祖→祖国,-ot名词字尾,表示人]爱祖国者,爱国主义者
  patriotic〔见上,-otic形容词字尾,…的〕爱国的
  patriotism [见上,-ism主义]爱国主义;爱国心
  unpatriotic〔un-不,见上〕不爱国的
  patenal〔pater父,-n-,-al…的〕父亲的,父系的
  paternalism [见上,-ism表示行为,现象]家长式统治,家长作风
  
楼主骑着斑柱看美眉 时间:2008-12-10 15:29:11
  paternal
楼主骑着斑柱看美眉 时间:2008-12-10 16:07:44
  omnipresent
  omnipotent
  omniscient
  omnivorous
  vor=eat,表示""吃"""
  voracious a 狼吞虎咽的(vor+acious多…..的--吃多的)
  voracity n 贪食(vor+acilty)
  devour v 吞吃(de下去+vour[=vor]→吃下去→吞吃)
  omnivorous a 杂食性的(omni全部+vor+oue→什么都吃→杂食性的)
  herbivorous a 食草的(herbi草+vor+ous→食草的)
  carnivorous a 食肉的(carni肉+vor+ous→食肉的)
  insectivorous a 食虫的(inseecti昆虫+vor+ous→食昆虫的)
  
楼主骑着斑柱看美眉 时间:2008-12-10 22:29:51
  To turn red, as from fever, embarrassment, or strong emotion; blush.
  脸红:如因发烧、窘迫或强烈的感情而变红;脸红
  To glow, especially with a reddish color:
  呈红色:尤指带有微红的发亮:
  The sky flushed pink at dawn.
  黄昏时分天空一片粉红的亮丽
  To flow suddenly and abundantly, as from containment; flood.
  奔流:突然且充足地流出,如从围墙中涌出;洪水
  To be emptied or cleaned by a rapid flow of water, as a toilet.
  冲刷:以快速的水流冲掉或冲净,如厕所冲水马桶
  v.tr.(及物动词)
  To cause to redden or glow.
  使发红或发亮
  To excite or elate:
  使兴奋或得意:
  The negotiators were flushed with the success of their final meeting.
  谈判双方因最后一轮谈判获得成功而兴奋不已
  To clean, rinse, or empty with a rapid flow of a liquid, especially water:
  (以水)冲刷,冲洗:尤指以水等快速流动的液体清洁、冲洗或冲掉:
  flush a toilet; flush a wound with iodine.
  冲马桶;以碘酒冲冼伤口
  To remove or eliminate by or as if by flushing:
  冲掉,除掉:用或好象用冲刷的方法移走或除掉:
  “The weakness in demand and productivity will at least . . . flush out some of the inflation premium that has been built into interest rates”(Fortune)
  “需求和生产的疲软至少可以…冲刷掉一部分固定的利率中用以缓解通货膨胀的费用”(财富)
  n.(名词)
  A flooding flow or rush, as of water.
  奔流,涌出:洪水般的奔涌或冲撞,如水的奔涌
  The act of cleaning or rinsing by or as if by flushing.
  冲洗:用或好象用急流清洁或冲冼的行为
  A blush or glow:
  脸红或发亮:
  “here and there a flush of red on the lip of a little cloud”(Willa Cather)
  “到处都有泛着一点红光的小云朵”(威拉·卡瑟)
  A reddening of the skin, as with fever, emotion, or exertion.
  脸红:伴随着发热、情感或用力的皮肤变红
  A brief sensation of heat over all or part of the body.
  发热:全身或局部的短暂热感
  A rush of strong feeling:
  强烈情感的冲动:
  He felt a flush of pride as he watched his children.
  他看着自己的孩子一种强烈的自豪感涌上心头
  A state of freshness or vigor.See Synonyms at bloom 1
  新鲜,旺盛:充满新鲜或活力的状态参见 bloom1
  adj.(形容词)
  flush.er,flush.est
  Having a healthy reddish color; flushed.
  满面红光的:拥有健康的红润的;润红的
  Having an abundant supply of money; affluent.See Synonyms at rich
  富足的:有充足的财源的;富足的参见 rich
  Marked by abundance; plentiful:
  丰富的:有充足特性的;充足的:
  flush times resulting from the oil boom.
  源于石油高产的供应充足时期
  Swelling; overflowing:
  盈满的;没过的:
  rivers flush with the spring rains.
  因春雨而上涨的河水
  Having surfaces in the same plane; even.
  水平的,同高的:在同一平面上的;平坦的
  Arranged with adjacent sides, surfaces, or edges close together:
  相连的:以相邻的侧面、平面或这样紧密排列的:
  a sofa flush against the wall.See Synonyms at level
  紧靠墙的沙发参见 level
  Printing Aligned evenly with a margin, as along the left or right edge of a typeset page; not indented.
  【印刷术】 页面相齐的:如在排字页上沿左或右边平均排列并留边;没有缩排
  Direct, straightforward, or solid:
  直接的、正面的或坚实的:
  knocked out by a flush blow to the jaw.
  下巴上结结实实地挨了一拳而被打昏了
  Designed to be emptied or cleaned by flushing:
  冲洗式的:为以冲水法冲掉或冲净而设计的:
  a flush toilet.
  冲洗式马桶
  adv.(副词)
  So as to be even, in one plane, or aligned with a margin.
  齐平地:使其均匀、在一个平面上或留边排版
  Squarely or solidly:
  直接地或充实地:
  The ball hit him flush on the face.
  球着着实实地打在了他的脸上
作者:007cn 时间:2008-12-11 06:29:04
  这样背词根要累死。
  推荐一本书 Merriam-Webster's Vocabulary Builder
楼主骑着斑柱看美眉 时间:2008-12-12 15:00:33
  fore,fort=storng,表示“强大,力量”"
  force n 力量,强制力
  forceful a 有力的(force+ful)
  enforce v 强行;实行(en进入+force→进入力量→强行)
  reinforce v 加强,巩固(re 再次+in+force→再次增加力量)
  fort n 要塞,堡垒
  fortress n 堡垒(fort+ress 通常表示女性,这里指凹进去的堡垒;参考:actress女演员)
  fortify v 加固,加强(fort+ify→力量化→加固)
  fortitude n 刚毅,不屈不挠(fort+itude表示状态→强的状态)
  He is a miracle of fortitude.
  A marathon runner must have great fortitude to run such a long distance.马拉松队员必须有足够强的毅力去跑完这么长的距离。
  effort n 努力,奋发(ef出+fort→出力→努力)
  forte n 长处,优点;a.强音的(fort+c→强大→长处)
  comfort v 安慰;舒适(com共同+fort强大→一起给力量→安慰)
  comfortable a 愉快舒适的(comfort+able)
  discomfort v 使不安,不愉快(dis 不+comfort舒适→不舒适)
  discomfortable,discomforting
  fer=bring,carry,表示“带来,拿来”"
  ferry v 渡运n. 渡口,渡船(fer+ry→带来带去的东西→渡船)
  confer v 协商,赠予(con共同+fer→共同带来观点→协商)
  conference n 商量;会议(confer+ence)
  conferment n 给予(con共同+fer带+ment→共同带来的东西→给予(奖品等))
  offer v 提供,提出(of一再+fer→一再带来→提供)
  offering n 提供物,祭品(offer+ing)
  conifer n 针叶树(coni松果+fer→带来松果的树→针叶树)
  coniferous a 松柏科的(conifer+ous)
  odoriferous a 有气味的(odori气味+fer+ous→带来气味)
  floriferous a 有花的(flori花+fer+ous)
  aquiferous a 含水的(aqui水+fer+ous)
  circumference n 四周,周围(circum环境+fer+ence_→带来环绕→周围)
  defer v 延期;敬从(de坏+fer→带来坏→延期;de 强调+fer→一再带来敬意)
  deferment n "延期(注意deference,不同的名词不同的意思)"
  deference n 尊敬(defer+ence)
  differ v 不同(dif分开+fer→分开带→不同)
  difference n 不同;争论(differ+ence)
  differentiate v 使有差别;分化(differernt+iate→不同化)
  infer v 推理,推断(in进入+ fer→带进[意义]→推断)
  inferable a 可推知的(infer+albe)
  inferential a 推理的(infer+ent+ial)
  indifferent a 冷漠的,不关心的(in不+different不同→同与不同无所谓→冷漠的)
  prefer v 更喜欢(pre预先+fer→预先带好→更喜欢)
  preference n 偏爱,优先权(prefer+ence)
  proffer v 提供;贡献(pro向前+ffer[=fer]+带向前→贡献出)
  refer v 提到;指点(re再次+fer→再次带来→提到)
  referable a 可归因于…的(refer+able→能提到的→能找到原因的)
  reference n 参考;引证(refer+ence)
  referee n 裁判员(refer+ee表示人→被[双方]提出的人→裁判)
  referendum n公民投票选举(refer+endum表名词→提出(候选人)→选举)
  suffer v 受苦;经受(suf在下面+fer→带到下面→受苦)
  sufferable a 可忍受的(suffer+able)
  transfer v 转送,转移(trans交换+fer→交换带走→转移)
  transferable a 能转让的(transfer+able)
  fertile a 肥沃的;多产的(fert[=fer]+ile→能带来粮食→肥沃的)
  fertility n 肥沃;多产(fertile+ity)
  fertilize v 施肥;受精(fertile+ize表动词→施肥带来粮食)
  fertilizer n 肥料(来自fertilize)
  scend, scens, scent=climb,表示“爬,攀”"
  ascend v 登上,爬上(a 向上+scend)
  descend v 下降;传下(de向下+scend→向下爬)
  condescend v 屈尊俯就;自以为高人一等(con全部+descend→全身向下→屈尊俯就)
  Mr. Smith sometimes condescends to help his wife with the housework.史密斯先生有时屈尊帮他的妻子做家务。
  Will you condescend to argue with him?你会屈尊和他一般见识吗?
  Reactions that betray disapproval,embarrassment,impatience,or boredom block communication,as do any behaviors that condescend,stereotype,criticize,or belittle the patient.
  医生如果表现出不以为然、为难、不耐烦或厌恶等反应,就会和做出任何迁就、指责、贬低病人或用老眼光看待病人的行为一样妨碍交流。
  It was greatly surprising to Tom that ladies of standing in society,often of rank and fashion,should condescend to utter sentiments couched in the language of the fish market.
  使汤姆十分惊讶的是,社会地位很高的、有时还是贵族社会和上流社会的贵妇们,怎么会自贬身价,用下流粗话来发泄感情。
  condescension n 谦虚;屈尊;贬低;自以为高人一等(condescend, d 变s+ion)"
  Westerners believe that some condescension is hypocritical.西方人认为某些谦虚是虚伪。
  He spoke to laborers with kindness and understanding, with no condescension.他和蔼与善解人意地跟工人们讲话,不带有屈尊就驾的样子。
  transcend v 超越,胜过(trans超过+scend→爬过去→超越)
  She far transcends the others in beauty and intelligence.她才貌出众.
  May you transcend and ascend into the dance of unity with all species.祝愿你们和所有物种一起超越并提升到统一之舞中。
  I intend to transcend the pattern of the savior now and throughout my ancestry.
  descendant n 子孙,后代(descend传下+ant人→传下的人→后代)
  ascendancy n 权势;优势(ascend上升+ancy→上升状态→优势)
  He has (gained) the ascendancy over all his main rivals.他(获)有压倒一切主要对手的优势.
  The Empire was exposed to the double danger of losing provinces to these unwelcome claimants who desired to be taken within its border, and of the growing ascendancy p3 of the German element in the army.
  帝国面临着双重威胁:境外大批蛮族强烈要求迁入境内居住,罗马军队中的日耳曼后裔人数日益增多。
  The NBA stands at the dead-center intersection of two rampant social dynamics: the ascendancy of the hip-hop culture and 21st-century marketing's sworn duty to segment every individual in this country into an easily definable demographic group.
  NBA所处的位置正位于两种社会洪流的交叉点:一方面嘻哈文化占社会统治地位,另一方面,21世纪的市场营销战略需要将这个国家的每个个体用简单的人口统计学原理进行定义归类。
  descent n 下降;下坡(de+scent)
  There was a descent of temperature after rain.雨后气温下降了。
  She is of German descent.她是德国人的后裔。
  Pen,pun=penalty,表示“处罚”"
  penance n 赎罪,自我惩罚(pen+ance)
  penal a 刑的,刑罚的(ren+al)
  penalty n 惩罚(penal+ty)
  penalize v 宣告有罪,处罚(penal+ize)
  penitent a 后悔的(penit[=pen惩罚],引申为受惩罚而后悔→后悔的)
  Hostile. Signs say No. Never penitent. Unwelcome.
  repent v 后悔,懊悔(re反+pent→反进来惩罚自己→后悔)
  Bitterly did i repent mydeeds.我非常后悔做这个事。
  punish v 惩罚(pun+ish)
  impunity n 不受刑罚,免罚(im不+pun+ity→不受惩罚)
  Merriam-Webster's Vocabulary Builder,这书我有。
楼主骑着斑柱看美眉 时间:2008-12-12 15:03:58
  Merriam-Webster's Vocabulary Builder这书跟GRE红宝书,但单词量太少了,大概只有1千多,不适合在短期内背大量单词。
楼主骑着斑柱看美眉 时间:2008-12-12 15:05:25
  Merriam-Webster's Vocabulary Builder这书跟GRE红宝书类似,并且多了个近意词辨析,但是单词量太少了,大概只有1千多,不适合在短期内背大量单词。
  
  
  
楼主骑着斑柱看美眉 时间:2008-12-12 22:43:36
  难记单词收集
  accoutrement (=accouterment)n 装备
  I love stationery and all the accoutrement of writing.我爱文具以及所有的书写的工具装备。
   One important difference between peacocks' tails and human minds, of course, is that the peahen's accoutrement is a drab affair.当然,孔雀的尾巴与人类的大脑有一个非常重要的区别,那就是雌孔雀所具有的尾巴却无任何吸引力可言。
  abundant a 丰富的(ab加强+und+ant→[多得]象波浪一样→丰富的)
  abundance n 丰富,富裕
  undulate v 波动(und+ulate表动作+波动)
  inundate v 泛滥,淹没(in进入+und+ate→进入波浪→淹没)
  redundant a 多余的(red反复+und+ant→反复波动→多余的)
  fecundity n 多产,富饶(fec做+und+ity→出产的[粮食]像波浪→富饶)
  abund v 丰富,充满(ab+cund[=und]参考;abundant)
  redound v 回流;起作用(red回+ound[=und]→波动回来→回流;产生影响)
    adipose a 肥胖的,脂肪的 n脂肪
    adjutant 副手,副官
    avant n 先峰
    alacrity n 迅速,敏捷
    alderman n 市政议员
    coalesce v 结合,联合
    amenity n 舒服,愉快
    amenable a 通情达理的
    amicable a 友好的
    anguish a 苦恼的
    anthology n 选集
  
楼主骑着斑柱看美眉 时间:2008-12-12 22:47:37
  abund改为 abound
楼主骑着斑柱看美眉 时间:2008-12-12 22:50:57
    chrysanthemum n 菊花(chrys黄色anthem花+um)
    apiary n 养蜂场
  aperture n 开口,孔
  A separation, an aperture, a fissure, or a short passage in an organ or a body part.
  裂孔,孔器官或身体部位中的孔隙、隙缝、裂隙或通道
  
楼主骑着斑柱看美眉 时间:2008-12-12 22:53:45
  aquiline a 鹰的,似鹰的an aquiline nose
  He was better than six feet tall, unsmiling, blue-eyed, dark-haired, with an aquiline nose, a pencil-thin mustache, and a great expanse of forehead—quite attractive to women, I should have thought, although he lacked Freud's ease.
  他身高超过六英尺,不苟言笑,蓝眼珠,黑头发,鼻子弯曲,留着小胡子,天庭饱满——我得承认,这对女人颇有吸引力。
  arable a 可耕种的
  In Holland thousands of hectares have been reclaimed from the sea and turned over to arable land and pasture.
  在荷兰,人们拦海造田已开垦了成千上万公顷的土地并将它们变成可耕地和牧场。
    arid a 干旱的
    arefaction n 弄干
  arboreous a 树木的
  arboreal树的
  arboreous树木的
  arborescence树质,树形
    arboriculture n 种树业
  
楼主骑着斑柱看美眉 时间:2008-12-12 23:05:14
    archipelago n 群岛
    ardent a 热情的
    arson v 纵火(ars=ard)
    arduous a 劳累的,艰辛的
    arena 角斗场(以沙铺地)
    aroma n 芳香
    aromatic a 芳香的
    artery n 动脉
   artillery 炮兵
楼主骑着斑柱看美眉 时间:2008-12-12 23:07:02
  军队单位:
  Squad 班
  platoon 排
  company 连
  battalion 营
  regiment 团
  brigade 旅
  division 师
  corps军团
  “飞机”种种:
  jet 喷气式飞机
  bomber 轰炸机
  helicopter 直升飞机
  fighter 战斗机
  glider 滑翔机
  scout 侦察机
  武器名称:
  原始武器:
  axe 斧
  pear 矛
  shield 盾
  bow 弓
  arrow 箭
  sword 剑
  dagger 匕首,短剑
  常规武器:
  gun 枪,炮
  pistol 手枪
  rifle 步枪(音译:来福枪)
  cannon 大炮,火炮
  
楼主骑着斑柱看美眉 时间:2008-12-12 23:15:26
  articulate v 关节结合;咬字清楚
  I'm a little deaf, please articulate your words carefully.
  She's unusually articulate for a ten-year-old.
  动词 articulate:
  1. provide with a joint
  同义词:joint
  2. put into words or an expression
  同义词:give voice, formulate, word, phrase
  3. speak, pronounce, or utter in a certain way
  同义词:pronounce, enounce, sound out, enunciate, say
  4. express or state clearly
  同义词:enunciate, vocalize, vocalise
    asinine a 像驴的;愚蠢的
    asperity n 粗鲁,艰苦
  
楼主骑着斑柱看美眉 时间:2008-12-12 23:37:03
  exasperate v 激怒;使恶化
  A flagrant case of contempt of court
  Such flagrant violation of English law also transgressed Biblical law, but the Americans justified their disobedience by pointing to the inequities of the mercantile system.如此恶名昭彰的违反英国法律的行为也触犯了圣经的律法,但美国人以贸易系统的不公平来为他们的抗命作辩护。
    asthma n哮喘
  atrocious a 残暴的
  This type of accident, at landing or takeoff, is most readily associated with atrocious weather, not the benign conditions at Heathrow.
  因为像飞机在起飞和降落发生的事故一般是由恶劣的天气造成的,而希思罗机场的天气状况是不错的。
  Since antibiotic comes out, a lot of atrocious bacterial sex diseases if tetanus and cholera, the plague, syphilis, tuberculosis, tuberculosis received effective treatment etc.
  自抗生素问世以来,许多凶恶的细菌性疾病如霍乱、鼠疫、梅毒、肺结核、破伤风和肺结核等等都得到了有效治疗。
  This is an atrocious design decision, roughly equivalent to leaving a sledgehammer next to the server machine so that people can bash the hard disks with it every once in a while.
  这是一个很凶悍的设计思想,粗糙的等于拿一个大的锤子让人们可以在硬盘旋转中去敲打服务器。
    atrocity n 残暴
    aureate adj 镀金的
  auriferous a 含金的;产金的
  auriferous quartz vein含金硫化物石英矿脉
  
楼主骑着斑柱看美眉 时间:2008-12-12 23:45:05
    auriform a 耳状的
    auricular a 耳的;听觉的
  austere a 严肃的;朴素的
  The gambling known as business looks with austere disfavour upon the business known as gambling.以生意为名的赌博业,却以严峻的恶意观望著那以赌博为名的一般生意。
  Covetousness is the root of all evil.
    austral a 南面的
    avalanche v 雪崩(aval+lanche滑—向下滑)
  avarice n 贪婪
  Excessive desire, especially for wealth; covetousness or avarice.
  I dream a world where allWill know sweet freedom's way,Where greed no longer saps the soulNor avarice blights our day.
  我梦想一个世界,那里人人知道甜美自由路,贪心不再腐蚀灵魂,贪婪也不再破坏人生。
  Otherwise, as avarice is the necessary consequence of old age, those immortals would in time become proprietors of the whole nation, and engross the civil power, which, for want of abilities to manage, must end in the ruin of the public.
  要不然,由于老年必然导致贪婪,那些长生不死的人迟早会成为整个国家的业主,垄断全国的权力,但因为缺乏管理能力,最终又必然导致整个国家的毁灭。
  A keen sense of justice is not merely a tool for gaining material rewards.It enhances every human relationship.It discourages avarice and selfishness and gives you a much better understanding of your rights,privileges,and responsiblities.With it,every aspect of attractive personality grows stronger.
  
楼主骑着斑柱看美眉 时间:2008-12-12 23:51:04
  axiom n 公理,真理
  Make sure not to confuse self-interest axiom and rational axiom.
  badinage v 打趣,逗笑
  About dissimilation image of body and black badinage. About counterwork.关于身体的异化想象和黑色的调侃。关于对抗。
    bard n 倒钩;刺人的话(像胡子一样刺人 ),吟游诗人
    embargo v 禁运(em进入+bar禁止+go状态
    beatify v 祝福
    beatific a 快乐的;天使般的
    embellish v 装饰(em使+bell+使—美好)
    belle n 美女
  
楼主骑着斑柱看美眉 时间:2008-12-13 17:48:18
  audacious a. 大胆的,放肆的,无礼的,厚颜无耻的
  例句与用法:
  Brazenly daring; audacious. 鲁莽的;蛮干的
  Audacious and gallant; spirited. 闯劲足的闯劲足的而且英勇的;精力充沛的
  A person regarded as aggressive, audacious, or fierce. 凶恶的人,虎狼之徒被认为是有野心、卤莽或凶残的人
  词形变化:名词:audaciousness 副词:audaciously
  英英解释:形容词 audacious:
  invulnerable to fear or intimidation
  同义词:brave, dauntless, fearless, intrepid, unfearing
  unrestrained by convention or propriety- Bertrand Russell
  同义词:barefaced, bodacious, bald-faced, brassy, brazen, brazen-faced, insolent
  disposed to venture or take risks
  同义词:daring, venturesome, venturous
  browbeat v. (用神情、言词) 威吓,严词厉色地斥责;vt. 吓唬,威逼
  例句与用法:
  For many Britons accustomed to watching Thatcher browbeat enemies and dress down aides, it seemed like only a matter of time before her support for Major would cool. 对很多看惯撒切尔向她的政敌怒目而视或斥责僚属的英国人来说,她对梅杰的支持迟早都会冷却。
  I won't be browbeaten into accepting your proposals. 我不会在威迫之下接受你的提议.
  The judge browbeat the witness. 那法官威吓证人.
  词形变化:动词过去式:browbeat 过去分词:browbeaten 现在分词:browbeating 第三人称单数:browbeats 名词:brow-beater
  英英解释:动词 browbeat: be bossy towards
  同义词:strong-arm, bully, bullyrag, ballyrag, boss around, hector, push around
  discourage or frighten with threats or a domineering manner; intimidate
  同义词:bully, swagger
  bogus a. 假的,伪造的
  例句与用法:
  The company was bogus, the prospectus was all got up. 那公司全属子虚乌有,所谓的创办计划是胡编乱造出来的。
  英英解释:形容词 bogus:fraudulent; having a misleading appearance
  同义词:fake, phony, phoney, bastard bravado 虚张声势
  carp [kɑ:p] n. 鲤鱼 v. 吹毛求疵
  Other experiments in crossing bighead and silver carp have produced a new variety of fish.
  使大头鱼和银色鲤鱼杂交的其他试验获得了一个新品种。
  I like the white carp most. 我最喜欢白色的鲤鱼。
  词形变化:名词:carper 动词过去式:carped 过去分词:carped 现在分词:carping 第三人称单数:carps 名词复数:carp
  英英解释:
  名词 carp:the lean flesh of a fish that is often farmed; can be baked or braised
  any of various freshwater fish of the family Cyprinidae
  动词 carp:raise trivial objections
  同义词:cavil, chicane captious 吹毛求疵
  censorious a. 受批判的
  词形变化:名词:censoriousness 副词:censoriously
  英英解释:形容词 censorious:harshly critical or expressing censure curmudgeons 脾气坏的人
  clamorous a. 吵闹的
   例句与用法:
  The silent night has the beauty of the mother and the clamorous day of the child. 静悄悄的黑夜具有母亲的美丽,而吵闹的白天具有孩子的美丽。
  The meeting began to become clamorous. 会议开始变得喧哗了。
  词形变化:名词:clamorousness 副词:clamorously
  英英解释:形容词 clamorous:conspicuously and offensively loud; given to vehement outcry
  同义词:blatant, clamant, strident, vociferous catcalls 奚落反对的尖叫声
  
楼主骑着斑柱看美眉 时间:2008-12-13 17:49:43
  nimiety [ni'maiəti] n. 过多,过剩
  英英解释:名词 nimiety:a quantity much larger than is needed
  同义词:excess, surplus, surplusage
  nemesis [ni'misis] n. 报应,给与惩罚的人,天罚,复仇的人
  词形变化:名词复数:nemeses
  英英解释:名词 nemesis:(Greek mythology) the goddess of divine retribution and vengeance
  something causes misery or death
  同义词:bane, curse, scourge
  committal [kə'mitl] n. 委托, 承担义务, 赞助
  例句与用法:
  At the committal proceedings the police withdrew their case.警方在转交诉讼程序中撤销了案件。Articulated her strong committal to world peace. 明确表达她对世界和平的强烈支持
  英英解释:
  名词 committal:
  the official act of consigning a person to confinement (as in a prison or mental hospital)
  同义词:commitment, consignment
  the act of committing a crime
  同义词:perpetration, commission
  noncommittal ['nɔn'kɔmitəl] a. 不表示意见的(不承担义务的)
  例句与用法:
  I asked him if he approved our plan, but he was noncommittal.我问他是否赞同我们的计划,但他态度不明朗。He was rather noncommittal. 他说得很活络。An intentionally noncommittal or ambiguous statement. 暧昧的回答,故意的不信任故意说得模棱两可的话,不明确的话
  词形变化:副词:noncommittally
  英英解释:形容词 noncommittal:refusing to bind oneself to a particular course of action or view or the like
  neap [ni:p] a. 小潮的,最低潮的
  英英解释:名词 neap:a less than average tide occurring at the first and third quarters of the moon
  同义词:neap tide
  opulence ['ɔpjuləns] n. 富裕(丰富)
  例句与用法:He owes his opulence to work hard.他的财富乃辛勤工作得来。
  The room was decorated with stagy opulence. 那房间装饰得富丽堂皇, 像戏台似的.
  词形变化:异体字:opulency
  英英解释:名词 opulence:wealth as evidenced by sumptuous living
  同义词:luxury, luxuriousness, sumptuousness
  obstreperous [əb'strepərəs] a. 吵闹的,喧嚣的,乱闹的
  词形变化:名词:obstreperousness 副词:obstreperously
  英英解释:
  形容词 obstreperous:noisily and stubbornly defiant
  boisterously and noisily aggressive
  obtuse [əb'tju:s] a. 钝的,不尖的,圆头的,迟钝的
  例句与用法:
  An obtuse leaf. 钝形圆头的叶子尖
  An obtuse, boring, or bothersome person; a pest.
  讨厌的人愚钝的、无聊的或讨厌的人;害人精
  词形变化:
  形容词比较级:obtuser 最高级:obtusest 名词:obtuseness 副词:obtusely
  英英解释:
  形容词 obtuse:of an angle; between 90 and 180 degrees
  of a leaf shape; rounded at the apex
  lacking in insight or discernment- Jasper Griffin
  同义词:purblind
  slow to learn or understand; lacking intellectual acuity
  同义词:dense, dim, dull, dumb, slow
  protist ['prəutist] n. 原生生物
  词形变化:形容词:protistan 名词:pro-tistology
  英英解释:
  名词 protist:free-living or colonial organisms with diverse nutritional and reproductive modes
  同义词:protistan
  pundit ['pʌndit] n. 学者,梵学者,博学的人
  例句与用法:
  A political pundit. 政治评论家The pundits disagree on the best way of dealing with the problem.如何妥善处理这一问题, 专家众说纷纭.
  词形变化:名词:punditry
  英英解释:名词 pundit:someone who has been admitted to membership in a scholarly field
  同义词:initiate, learned person, savant
  procrastinate [prəu'kræstineit] v. 延迟,迁延,耽搁
  例句与用法:
  He procrastinated until it was too late to do anything at all.他因循坐误, 一事无成.
  词形变化:名词:procrastination 动词过去式:procrastinated 过去分词:procrastinated 现在分词:procrastinating 第三人称单数:procrastinates
  英英解释:
  动词 procrastinate:postpone doing what one should be doing
  同义词:stall, drag one's feet, drag one's heels, shillyshally, dilly-dally, dillydally
  postpone or delay needlessly
  primordial [prai'mɔ:djəl] a. 原始的,自原始时代的,最初的
  Life's primordial reality is spirit. 生命的根本真实性是精神。
  Play a primordial role. 担任主要角色
  词形变化:副词:primordially
  英英解释:形容词 primordial:
  having existed from the beginning; in an earliest or original stage or state
  同义词:aboriginal, primal, primeval, primaeval
  in the words of 正如。。。所说
  
楼主骑着斑柱看美眉 时间:2008-12-13 18:02:32
  熟词辟义
  absolute
  [adj.]绝对的、完全的
  [adj.]无限制的 <反>qualified
  acute
  [adj.]灵敏的、敏锐的
  [adj.](病)急性的 <反>mild
  affect
  [v]感情、影响
  [v] 假装冒充 affect illness装病
  apprehend
  [v]逮捕、恐惧
  arresting[adj.]显著的、引人注意的
  arrest[v]逮捕
  [v]阻止、抑制
  [v]吸引
  balloon
  [n]气球
  [v]快速增加 <反> decrease slowly
  base
  [n]底部、基础
  [adj.] 卑鄙的, 低级的 <反> sublime, noble, virtuous
  bent
  [adj.]弯曲的
  [n]特长、爱好、才能 <反>ineptitude笨拙,无能
  [n]能力
  betray
  [v]背叛
  [v]暴露、显示
  blue
  [adj.]忧伤的、沮丧的
  blunt
  [adj.]钝的、直率的
  bore
  [v]令人讨厌
  [v]钻孔
  [n]孔、令人讨厌的人
  brook
  [v]容忍、忍受
  [n]小河
  
  buck
  [n]雄鹿、美元
  [v]反对
  bucket
  [n]桶
  [v]雨倾盆而下;颠簸
  buoy
  [n]浮标、救生圈
  [v] 使浮起, 支持, 鼓励
  cardboard
  [n] 硬纸板
  [adj.]不真实的
  carp
  [n] 鲤鱼
  [adj.] 吹毛求疵
  cast
  [v]投掷
  [v]铸造
  [n]演员阵容、剧团
  chase
  [v] 追赶, 追逐
  [v] 雕镂
  check
  [v]核对[n]账单、支票
  [v]突然停止、阻止 jolt(摇晃、振动,突然动): move=check: stop
  chisel
  [n] 凿子
  [v]凿
  [v]欺骗
  chop
  [n](用斧头)砍
  [v](风)突然改变方向
  closet
  [n]壁橱 pantry餐具室, 食品室: food=closet: clothes
  [adj.]秘密的
  commencement
  [n]开始
  [n](大学的)毕业典礼
  
  
  commercial
  [adj.]商业的、贸易的
  [n]电视或商业中的广告
  commit
  [v]犯罪
  [v]托付、承诺
  conservatory
  [n] 温室
  [n] 音乐学校
  continent
  [n] 大陆, 陆地
  [adj.]节制
  control
  [n]试验的参照组、试验参照的标准 <反> group experimented on被试验组
  convertible
  [n]可转换的
  [adj.]敞篷车
  court
  [n]宫廷、法庭
  [v]献殷勤、追求
  cow
  [n]母牛
  [n]威胁
  cower
  [v]卷缩、畏缩 <反>bristle发怒, 挑战
  crab
  [n]蟹
  [v]挑剔,抱怨
  credit
  [n]赊购,信任,(电影)片头字幕
  cringe
  [v]畏缩,谄媚
  critical
  [adj.]批评的,关键的
  crook
  [v]使弯曲
  [n]牧杖 shepherd牧羊人: crook=wrangler牧马工: lariat套索
  cushion
  [n]坐垫
  [v]缓冲
  damp
  [adj.]潮湿的
  [v]减弱,制止震动 damp: vibration振动=stanch止住: flow
  damped
  [adj.]压低声音的,减震的 <反>amplified放大的扩大的
  dampen
  [v](使)潮湿,使沮丧 dampen: ardor=assuage: sorrow
  defect
  [n]缺点
  [v]变节,脱党
  defile
  [v]弄脏,弄污
  [n](山间)小道 defile: narrowness=precipice悬崖: steepness
  deputy
  [n]代表,代理人,副警长
  determine
  [v] 决定, 确定
  [v] 测定
  digest
  [v]消化
  [v]领会, 领悟
  [v]容忍, 忍受
  [n]摘要;文摘;纲要
  discriminate
  [v]歧视,区别
  dispatch
  [v]派遣,一下子做完,吃完
  [n]迅速做完,迅速了结
  dissipate
  [v](使)驱散,浪费 husbandry: dissipate[反面特征]
  distinguished
  [adj.]著名的,卓越的
  down
  [n] 绒毛, 软毛, 开阔的高地
  drove
  [n]畜群,人群
  elaborate
  [adj.]精致的,复杂的 <反>abstract抽象的, 深奥的, 理论的, 精炼的
  [v]详尽地说明<>simplify,elaborate : sketchy粗略的=articulate: unclear
   =fawn奉承, 讨好: imperious傲慢的;专横的=equivocate: directness
  embarrass
  [v]使困窘, 使局促不安
  [v] 阻碍, 麻烦
  entrance
  [n]入口<反>egress出口
  [v]使神态恍惚,使着迷
  epic
  [n]叙事诗,史诗
  [adj.]英雄的,超出正常范围的
  even
  [adj.]心情平和的,不易生气的,
  [adj.]偶数的 <反>odd
  [adj.]有规律的,均匀的<反>irregular
  exact
  [adj.]精确的
  [v]强求,强索 <反>forgive免除(债务等); 赦免
  expansive
  [n]可扩大的,可伸展的
  [n](指人)健谈的,开朗的 <>reserved, taciturn
  expedition
  [n]远征,探险
  [n]迅速
  fast
  [adv.]很快的,紧紧地
  [n]绝食,斋戒
  ferret
  [n]雪貂
  [v]搜索
  fell
  [n]兽皮
  [v]砍伐
  file
  [n]文件
  [n]锉刀
  [v]挫平
  flag
  [n]旗帜
  [v]衰退,枯萎
  fluffy
  [adj.]有绒毛的
  [adj.]空洞的
  foil
  [n]钝剑
  [n]锡箔纸, 金属薄片 foil: metal=veneer(镶面板v胶合, 虚饰): wood
  [v]阻挠
  fold
  [n]羊栏,畜栏
  [v]折叠
  forage
  [n](牛马的)饲料,粮草
  [v]搜索,翻寻
  forge
  [n]铁匠铺
  [v]锤炼
  [v]伪造
  forward
  [adj.]莽撞的
  foul
  [adj.]恶臭的,邪恶的
  [v]弄脏
  [n](体育等)犯规
  founder
  [n]创建者
  [v](船)沉没,(计划)失败
  frequent
  [adj.]惯常的
  [v]时常拜访
  galvanize
  [v]电镀,通电
  [v]激励
  gander
  [n]雄鹅,笨人
  [v]闲逛
  gloss
  [n]光泽
  [n]注解 gloss: explanation=blurb大作广告 : notice
  goad
  [n]赶牛棒
  [v]刺激,激励
  gorge
  [n]峡谷
  [v]贪婪地吃
  graft
  [v]嫁接,移植
  [n]贪污
  grave
  [adj.]严峻的,庄重的
  [n]墓穴
  grounded
  [adj.]有理由的 <反> precarious靠不住的, 有问题的, 根据不充足的
  [adv.]地面上的 <反>aloft
  group
  [v]使集合
  grouse
  [n]松鸡
  [v]牢骚,诉苦
  gull
  [n]海鸥
  [v]欺骗
  guy
  [n]家伙
  [n] 支索;拉绳 guy: pylon塔门, 标塔, 标杆=strut: wing
  hack
  [v]乱劈,乱砍
  [n]雇佣文人
  hamper
  [v]妨碍,阻挠
  [n]有盖提篮
  harbor
  [n]港,避难所
  [v]包庇,藏匿
  hatch
  [v]孵出
  [n]船舱盖
  hedge
  [n]树篱,限制
  hew
  [v]砍伐
  [v]遵守
  hide
  [n]兽皮
  hold
  [n]货舱
  humor
  [n]幽默
  [v]纵容,迁就
  husband
  [v]做 的丈夫
  [v]妥善而又节约地管理
  husbandry
  [n]耕种,务农,节俭管理
  illumination
  [n]照明,古书上的图案,装饰
  incense
  [n]香味
  [v]激怒
  installment
  [n]分期付款,安装
  issue
  [v]出来,流出,发给,分给
  [n]论题,争论点,争端
  [n](书刊的)一期 volume: issue=stanza: line
  latitude
  [n]纬度
  [n]言行自由
  legend
  [n]传说
  [n]地图里的说明文字或图例 legend: map=glossary: text
  License
  [n]执照、许可
  [n]放肆、放荡
  manifest
  [n]载货清单
  [adj.]显然的, 明白的
  mercenary
  [adj.]唯利是图的
  [n]雇佣兵
  milk
  [n]牛奶
  [v]榨取、剥削 milk: extract提炼出, 分离出, 榨出=exploit: utilize
  mint
  [n]薄荷
  [n]大量
  [v]铸造
  minute
  [n](复数)会议记录
  [adj.]微小的
  mold
  [n]模子
  [v]塑造
  [n](美)霉
  moment
  [a] 片刻的, 瞬间的
  [n]瞬间
  [n] 重要, 紧要momentous极重要的:important 程度类比
  movement
  [n]运动
  [n]乐章
  obscure
  [a] 朦胧的, 模糊的
  [a]不出名的 celebrity名声;声闻; 名人
  overlook
  [v]忽视
  [v]俯视
  pan
  [n]平底锅
  [v/n]严厉批评 pan: harsh=barb说话带刺的: caustic刻薄的
  peak
  [n]山峰
  [v]憔悴,消瘦
  pelt
  [n]毛皮
  [v]投掷,(雨)猛降
  pen
  [n]钢笔
  [n]母天鹅 pen: swan=ewe母羊: sheep
  [n]监禁
  perch
  [v]栖息
  [n]鲈鱼
  piano
  [n]钢琴
  [adj.]轻柔的
  pine
  [n]松树
  [adj.](因疾病)憔悴,渴望
  pirate
  [n]海盗,剽窃者
  [v]盗印,掠夺
  pitch
  [n]沥青
  [n]音调
  plant
  [n]飞机
  [n]平面
  [n]刨子
  [v]刨
  plot
  [n]情节
  [n]阴谋
  pluck
  [v]拔毛,弹拉
  [n]勇气
  plumb
  [adv.]精确地[adj.] 完全的, 绝对的, 垂直的
  [v] 查明, 了解
  [v]测水深
  polish
  [v] 擦亮,磨光
  [n] 上光剂
  [n] 优雅, 精良
  prohibitive
  [adj.]抑制的,禁止的
  [adj.] 非常高的,昂贵的
  protocol
  [n] 草案, 协议
  [n] 外交礼节;礼仪
  provision
  [n] 供应;补给物
  [n] 【法律】规定, 条款 provisional暂时的;临时的
  prune
  [n] 梅干 prune: plum李子= raisin葡萄干: grape
  [v] 修剪; 删改; 删除 prune: hedge=trim: hair
  purchase
  [v] 购买
  [n] 支点 purchase: slippage滑动, 滑移=ballast: instability
  qualified
  [adj.] 有资格的
  [adj.] 有限制的;有保留的 She gave qualified agreement. 她表示有条件的同意
  quarry
  [n] 猎物; 追求目标
  [n] 采石场 quarry: rock=mine: ore,
  [v] 采(石); 挖掘 quarry: stone=fell(v砍伐n兽皮, 羊毛): timber木材
  rail
  [n] 横杆, 围栏, 扶手, 铁轨
  [v] 责骂, 抱怨
  rank
  [n] 等级,阶级
  [adj.] 繁茂的, 恶臭的, 讨厌的, 下流的
  ravel
  [v] 拆开; 拆散
  [v] 使纠缠; 使纷乱
  ready
  [adj.] 有准备的
  [adj.] 迅速的;敏捷的
  refuse
  [v] 拒绝, 谢绝
  [n] 废物, 垃圾
  rifle
  [n] 步枪
  [v] 搜劫;洗劫
  royalty
  [n] 皇室, 王权
  [n] 版税;
  sap
  [n]树液, 汁液, 活力, 傻瓜
  [v]消耗;腐蚀;耗竭
  scale
  [v] 攀登,衡量
  [n] 刻度,衡量
  [n] 鳞,鳞片
  [n] 音阶
  secure
  [adj.]安全的, 可靠的
  [v] 使安全, 掩护
  [v] 关牢, 绑住, 固定
  semblance
  [n]外表、相似
  [n]伪装
  shadow
  [n]阴影、影子
  [v]遮蔽、尾随 follow: shadow=leave: abscond
  shoulder
  [n]肩膀、路肩
  [v] 肩负, 承当
  shoal
  [adj.] 水浅的
  [n] 沙洲; 浅滩
  [n] 鱼群
  [n]大量、许多
  [v]成群、聚集
  signal
  [n] 信号
  [v] 发信号; 表示, 显示
  [adj.] 显著的; 重大的; 卓越的, 超群的
  skirt
  [n] 裙子
  [v]绕行、回避
  slew
  [v] 使旋转,使回旋
  [n]大量
  []slay的过去分词:杀害, 毁灭
  slight
  [adj.]微小的
  [n/v] 轻[蔑]视; 玩忽, 怠慢
  smart
  [n/v] 刺痛, 痛苦 smart: pain=grieve (使)悲痛: sorrow 前者导致后者
  [adj.] 聪明的, 漂亮的, 刺痛的, 剧烈的, 时髦地
  sock
  [n] 短袜, 零食
  [v] 重击, 猛投; 请...吃零食
  spate
  [n] 大批,大量; 突然[强烈]的爆发=outburst
  [n] 洪水 <反> trickling flow涓涓细流
  spell
  [n]拼写
  [n] 符咒, 魅力
  [n] 一段时间
  [n]轮班;[集合体]一班工人=a shift of workers
  sport
  [v]炫耀、卖弄
  stalk
  [n] (植物的)干,茎, 梗,柄
  [v]隐伏跟踪
  steep
  [adj.] 陡峭的, 险峻的, 不合理的
  [v] 浸泡, 沉浸
  steer
  [v] 驾驶, 掌舵
  [n] (经阉割的)公牛
  stem
  [n] 干,茎
  [v]阻止、抑制
  stock
  [n]股票
  [n]家畜
  [adj.]普通的、常备的
  [n]储备存货
  stomach
  [n] 胃, 胃口
  [v] 忍受,容忍
  strength
  [n]力量、兵力
  [n] 浓度 dilute: strength=slacken松弛, 放慢, 减弱: tauntness嘲弄, 奚落
  table
  [n] 桌子, 工作台
  [v] 搁置, 不加考虑 <反>consider
  telling有效的, 明显的, 生动的
  temper
  [n] 脾气, 情绪, 心情
  [v] 冲淡;缓和;调剂to temper strong drink with water 用水将烈酒冲淡
  tender
  [adj.] 温柔的, 软弱的;敏感的;
  [v] 提出;使变柔软
  [n] 娇惯的人
  theatrical
  [adj.] 戏剧性的
  [adj.] 夸张的;矫揉造作的 <>natural
  
  transport
  [v] 传送, 运输
  [v] 流放, 放逐
  [n] 狂喜
  trigger
  [n] 扳机
  [v]引发、导致
  trunk
  [n] 树干; 身躯; 象鼻
  [adj.] 躯干的, 主要的, 干线的
  [n] 大衣箱; 皮箱
  utter
  [v] 发声; 表明
  [adj.] 完全的; 彻底的; 绝对的;
  windy
  [adj.] 多风的
  [adj.] 吹牛的、冗长的、浮夸的 windy: concise=hackneyed陈腐的: original
  
  
楼主骑着斑柱看美眉 时间:2008-12-13 18:19:33
  The police blundered badly by arresting the wrong man.
  
楼主骑着斑柱看美眉 时间:2008-12-13 20:27:52
  capitulate v. 有条件投降
   词形变化:动词过去式:capitulated 过去分词:capitulated 现在分词:capitulating 第三人称单数:capitulates 名词:capitulant
  英英解释:动词 capitulate:surrender under agreed conditions
  capitulated 投降的
  chagrined a. 失望的,灰心的
  例句与用法:He was chagrined at his failure. 他为自己的失败而感到懊恼。
  英英解释:动词 chagrin:cause to feel shame; hurt the pride of
  同义词:humiliate, mortify, chagrin, humble, abase contrail 凝结,尾流
  consecrate v. 供神用,奉献,使神圣 a. 被献给神的,神圣的
  例句与用法:
  A doctor's life is consecrated to curing sick people. 医生献身于医治病人。
  This battle field is consecrated to the memory of the soldiers who died here. 这个战场被视为圣地以纪念战死在这里的战士。
  词形变化:名词:consecrator 形容词:consecrative 动词过去式:consecrated 过去分词:consecrated 现在分词:consecrating 第三人称单数:consecrates
  英英解释:
  动词 consecrate:appoint to a clerical posts
  同义词:ordain, ordinate, order
  give entirely to a specific person, activity, or cause
  同义词:give, dedicate, commit, devote
  dedicate to a deity by a vow
  同义词:vow
  render holy by means of religious rites
  同义词:bless, hallow, sanctify
  形容词 consecrate:
  solemnly dedicated to or set apart for a high purpose
  同义词:consecrated, dedicated canonized 正式宣布为圣徒
  
楼主骑着斑柱看美眉 时间:2008-12-13 21:10:15
  cower
  coward
  cowardly
楼主骑着斑柱看美眉 时间:2008-12-13 22:40:18
  despicable a. 可鄙的,卑劣的
  例句与用法:
  He is a stupid or despicable person. 他是一个愚蠢或卑劣的人。
  Deserving of contempt; despicable. 该受轻视的;可鄙的
  A despicable coward; a wretch. 怯懦者卑劣的懦夫;可怜虫,坏东西
  A sneaky or despicable person. 一个卑怯的或可鄙的人
  词形变化:副词:despicably 名词:despicableness
  英英解释:形容词 despicable:morally reprehensible
  同义词:ugly, vile, slimy, unworthy, worthless, wretched denim 斜纹棉布
  
楼主骑着斑柱看美眉 时间:2008-12-13 22:54:54
  The band's performance was filled with theatrical flourishes. Albarn wore a black top hat, as did his all-female backing string section, the Demon Strings.
  乐队的演出充满了夸张的疯狂,小D戴着黑色的礼帽,弦乐部分也全部由女性完成——恶魔弦乐团.
  
楼主骑着斑柱看美眉 时间:2008-12-13 23:03:00
   i can't stomach graphic violence.
  我不能忍受影像暴力。
  Many wonder whether he can actually stomach the prospect of leading a new government with Martin McGuinness, a former IRA leader, as deputy first minister.
  很多人怀疑他是否能够真正容忍成为第一副大臣,与前爱尔兰共和军领导人马丁·麦吉尼斯共同执政。
  
楼主骑着斑柱看美眉 时间:2008-12-13 23:40:46
  The increase in the national debt stems from the last war
  
楼主骑着斑柱看美眉 时间:2008-12-13 23:53:09
  spate:
  (often followed by `of') a large number or amount or extent
  同义词:batch, deal, flock, good deal, great deal, hatful, heap, lot, mass, mess, mickle, mint, muckle, peck, pile, plenty, pot, quite a little, raft, sight, slew, stack, tidy sum, wad, whole lot, whole slew
  a sudden forceful flow
  同义词:rush, surge, upsurge
  the occurrence of a water flow resulting from sudden rain or melting snow
  同义词:freshet
  
楼主骑着斑柱看美眉 时间:2008-12-13 23:56:35
  molestation [m&#601;ules'tei&#643;&#601;n] n. 折磨,干扰,妨害,性骚扰
  英英解释:名词 molestation:the act of subjecting someone to unwanted or improper sexual advances or activity (especially women or children)
  the act of tormenting by continued persistent attacks and criticism
  同义词:harassment
  molest [m&#601;u'lest] v. 折磨,干扰,调戏
  例句与用法:
  Cares do still their thoughts molest, and still the unhappy poet's breast.烦忧仍然困扰诗人的思绪,诗人郁闷的胸膛。The dog that molested the sheep was killed.那只骚扰绵羊的狗被杀死了。
  词形变化:
  动词过去式:molested 过去分词:molested 现在分词:molesting 第三人称单数:molests 名词:molestation
  英英解释:
  动词 molest:harass or assault sexually; make indecent advances to
  同义词:molest
  annoy continually or chronically
  同义词:harass, hassle, harry, chivy, chivvy, chevy, chevvy, beset, plague, molest, provoke
  
楼主骑着斑柱看美眉 时间:2008-12-13 23:59:47
  mentor ['ment&#596;:] n. 指导者,良师益友
  例句与用法:
  A priest who is one's spiritual mentor. 神父作为某人精神导师的神父
  词形变化:
  动词过去式:mentored 过去分词:mentored 现在分词:mentoring 第三人称单数:mentors
  英英解释:
  名词 mentor:a wise and trusted guide and advisor
  同义词:wise man
  动词 mentor:serve as a teacher or trusted counselor
  muskrat ['m&#652;skr&aelig;t] n. [动]麝鼠
  词形变化:名词复数:muskrat
  英英解释:名词 muskrat:the brown fur of a muskrat
  同义词:muskrat fur
  beaver-like aquatic rodent of North America with dark glossy brown fur
  同义词:musquash, Ondatra zibethica
  
楼主骑着斑柱看美眉 时间:2008-12-14 00:01:33
  cologne n. 科隆香水,古龙香水
  例句与用法:
  By this letter we inform you that we shall send these wines to our friends at Cologne. 我们将这些葡萄酒邮寄给在科隆的客户,特此函告。
  Flattery is like cologne water, to be smelt of, not swallowed. 恭维话好比古龙水(科隆香水),是为了闻,而非为吞的东西。
  英英解释:
  名词 cologne:
  a commercial center and river port in western Germany on the Rhine River; flourished during the 15th century as a member of the Hanseatic League
  同义词:Koln
  a perfumed liquid made of essential oils and alcohol
  同义词:cologne water
楼主骑着斑柱看美眉 时间:2008-12-14 00:22:56
  caprice n. 反覆无常,善变,任性
  例句与用法:A caprice or fancy. 空想,幻想
  英英解释:
  名词 caprice:a sudden desire
  同义词:impulse, whim
  capricious a. 变化无常的,任性的
  例句与用法:
  Capricious or whimsical. 反复无常的,三心两意的
  The novelist characterizes his heroine as capricious and passionate. 这位小说家把女主人公刻画成反覆无常而又多情的人.
  The climate on grassland is capricious. 草原的气候变化无常。
  Romantic heroines are often capricious. 浪漫的女主人公往往难以捉摸。
  词形变化:
  名词:capriciousness 副词:capriciously
  英英解释:形容词 capricious:changeable
  同义词:freakish
  determined by chance or impulse or whim rather than by necessity or reason
  同义词:impulsive, whimsical capsized 倾覆
  
楼主骑着斑柱看美眉 时间:2008-12-14 00:24:04
  Freakish phenomena are becoming less freaky all around the world.
  
楼主骑着斑柱看美眉 时间:2008-12-14 00:28:55
  That firms are feeling less chipper is not so surprising.
  
楼主骑着斑柱看美眉 时间:2008-12-14 00:31:36
  chipper a. 爽朗的,活泼的,爽快的
  词形变化:
  动词过去式:chippered 过去分词:chippered 现在分词:chippering 第三人称单数:chippers
  英英解释:形容词 chipper:having a cheerful, lively, and self-confident air
  同义词:debonair, debonaire, jaunty dementia 痴呆,智力衰退
  
楼主骑着斑柱看美眉 时间:2008-12-14 00:33:12
  hole up vt. 冬眠(躲藏)
  例句与用法:
  The gang (was) holed up in the mountains somewhere. 那帮匪徒躲在山中某处.
  Nearly10, 000 Western civilians, mostly British and American, are holed up in captured Kuwait City. If Saddam gets his hands on them, as he intends to, they are to be designated human targets and doomed.
  将近一万名西方平民(多半是英国人和美国人)躲藏在被占领的科威特城。如果萨达姆能如愿,使他们落在他手里,他们将被指定为活靶,难逃浩劫。
  英英解释:
  动词 hole up:remain secluded or in hiding
  score a hole in one
  sleep during winter
  同义词:hibernate innocuous 无害的
  
  
  imperturbable a. 沉着的,泰然自若的,镇静的
  例句与用法:
  She was one of those imperturbable people who never get angry or upset.她是那种从不生气也不烦恼的人.
  词形变化:副词:imperturbably 名词:imperturbability
  英英解释:形容词 imperturbable:not easily perturbed or excited or upset; marked by extreme calm and composure iridescent 色彩斑斓的
  
  
楼主骑着斑柱看美眉 时间:2008-12-14 00:39:14
  Male peacocks display their iridescent feathers for prospective female mates.
  雄性孔雀为了吸引雌性伴侣而展现了他们彩虹色的羽毛。
  Plants and mushrooms sway in a silent breeze, glowing with an eerie iridescent purple light.
  植物跟蘑菇在静寂的风中摇荡,闪烁出一种可怕的紫色光芒。
  
楼主骑着斑柱看美眉 时间:2008-12-14 00:43:14
  iridescent 闪光的,现晕光的
  incandescent 白热的
  Flames consist of incandescent gases.
  
楼主骑着斑柱看美眉 时间:2008-12-14 00:47:32
  irruption闯入,冲入(ir+rupt断+ion→打断〔别人〕→闯入)
  irradiate使明亮,生辉(ir+radi发光+ate→发光→生辉)
  irritate激怒;刺激(ir+rit擦+ate→进入磨擦→激怒)
  irregular不规则的(ir+regular规则的)
  irrational不合理的(ir+rational合理的)
  irrelative无关的(ir+relative相关的)
  irresolute无决断力的(ir+resolute果断的)
  irreproadchable 无可指责的(ir+reproachable能被指责的)
  irrefutable无可反驳的(ir+refutable可反驳的)
  irresistible不可抗拒的(ir+resistible可抗拒的)
  irrevocable不可取消的(ir+revocable可取消的;来自:revoke取消)
  Male peacocks display their iridescent feathers for prospective female mates.
  雄性孔雀为了吸引雌性伴侣而展现了他们彩虹色的羽毛。
  Plants and mushrooms sway in a silent breeze, glowing with an eerie iridescent purple light.
  植物跟蘑菇在静寂的风中摇荡,闪烁出一种可怕的紫色光芒。
  
  天地任我游 00:43:06
  leverage n. 杠杆作用,影响力
  例句与用法:
  Should the West root unreservedly for Soviet success? Or should Western economic support turn on Soviet political behavior at home and abroad? Western politicians weight the choice, but it's a false choice: the leverage doesn't exist.
  西方应该毫无保留地支持苏联使其成功吗?或者西方的经济支援是否应视苏联在国内外政治行为来决定?西方政客们权衡他们的选择,可是这项选择是错误的。西方对苏联的制衡并不存在。
  He has some leverage over the politician. 他对这位政界人士有些影响。
  libido n. 欲望,性的冲动,生命力
  It reportedly improves libido as well as potency.据说它能增强性欲和性能力。
  It is essential to your libido and sexual arousal
  词形变化:名词复数:libidos 副词:libidinally 形容词:libidinal
  英英解释:名词 libido:(psychoanalysis) a Freudian term for sexual urge or desire
  maim [meim] v. 使残废,使不能工作,使伤残
  例句与用法:
  He was maimed in a First World War battle. 他在第一次世界大战的一埸战斗中受伤致残.
  She survived the accident but she was maimed for life and will never walk again.她在意外事故中大难不死,但却终身残废,再也不能行走了。
  词形变化:名词:maimer 动词过去式:maimed 过去分词:maimed 现在分词:maiming 第三人称单数:maims
  英英解释:动词 maim:injure or wound seriously and leave permanent disfiguration or mutilation
楼主骑着斑柱看美眉 时间:2008-12-14 01:07:01
  indefatigable a. 不知疲倦的
  词形变化:副词:indefatigably 不厌倦地, 不屈不挠地 名词:indefatigability
  英英解释:形容词 indefatigable:
  showing sustained enthusiastic action with unflagging vitality
  同义词:tireless, unflagging, unwearying incogruous 不和谐的
  incongruity n. 不调和,不一致,不配合
  词形变化:名词复数:incongruities
  英英解释:名词 incongruity:
  the quality of disagreeing; being unsuitable and inappropriate
  同义词:incongruousness
  lunatic a. 疯狂的 n. 疯子,精神错乱的人
  例句与用法:
  I really don't know what kind of man he really is; on one occasion, he is normal, and on another, he acts like a lunatic. 我真不了解他到底是怎样的人;一会儿正常,一会儿又像个疯子。You're driving on the wrong side of the road, you lunatic! 你现在是逆行开车,你这个蠢材!The lunatic fringe are ignored by most members of the party. 绝大部分党员对极端分子不予理睬。
  英英解释:
  名词 lunatic:an insane person
  同义词:madman, maniac
  a reckless impetuous irresponsible person
  同义词:daredevil, madcap, hothead, swashbuckler, harum-scarum
  形容词 lunatic:insane and believed to be affected by the phases of the moon
  
楼主骑着斑柱看美眉 时间:2008-12-14 01:10:20
  hobble v. 蹒跚,跛行,缚住,阻碍vi. 跛行
  例句与用法:A hobble or limp. 跛行或蹒跚The old man hobbled along (the road) with the aid of his stick. 那老汉拄著拐杖一瘸一拐地走著.
  词形变化:
  名词:hobbler 动词过去式:hobbled 过去分词:hobbled 现在分词:hobbling 第三人称单数:hobbles
  英英解释:名词 hobble:a shackle for the ankles or feet
  同义词:fetter
  the uneven manner of walking that results from an injured leg
  同义词:hitch, limp
  动词 hobble:walk impeded by some physical limitation or injury
  同义词:limp, gimp, hitch
  hamper the action or progress of
  strap the foreleg and hind leg together on each side (of a horse) in order to keep the legs on the same side moving in unison
  同义词:hopple
  Lickspittle= lickspit 献媚者
  lavender ['l&aelig;vind&#601;] n. 淡紫色,熏衣草
  例句与用法:
  Lavender has a delicate fragrance. 薰衣草有淡淡的香味.
  There is a lavender scent and rosemary scent in the air. 空气中有熏衣草和迷迭香花的味道。
  A trailing lavender negligee that swore at her bright red hair. 她身着拖地的淡紫色的长睡衣,与她那耀眼的红头发很不协调。
  I don't like the smell of lavender. 我不喜欢熏衣草的香味。
  I bought some lavender writing paper. 我买了一些淡紫色的信纸。
  This is a kind of lavender-water. 这是一种熏衣草香水。
  英英解释:
  名词 lavender:
  any of various Old World aromatic shrubs or subshrubs with usually mauve or blue flowers; widely cultivated
  形容词 lavender:of a pale purple color
  同义词:lilac, lilac-colored
  
楼主骑着斑柱看美眉 时间:2008-12-14 01:13:12
  haughty a. 傲慢的
  例句与用法:
  Affecting an attitude of disdain or conceit; haughty and supercilious.
  傲慢的摆出轻蔑或自满的样子的;高傲且盛气凌人的
  An affected, often haughty pose; affectation. 装腔作势做作的且常是傲慢的姿态;虚假
  Some of the more haughty of aristocracy did take exception at his neglecting to raise his cap to them. 一些较为傲慢的贵族对于他不记得向他们脱帽致敬大为不满。
  The nobles treated the common people with haughty contempt. 王公贵族以不屑一顾的傲慢态度对待平民百姓。
  词形变化:
  名词:haughtiness 副词:haughtily 形容词比较级:haughtier 最高级:haughtiest
  英英解释:
  形容词 haughty:having or showing arrogant superiority to and disdain of those one views as unworthy- W.L.Shirer
  同义词:disdainful, lordly, prideful, sniffy, supercilious, swaggering hohum 令人生厌的,厌烦的
  hectic ['hektik] a. 兴奋的,繁忙的,忙乱的
  例句与用法:The journalist lead a hectic life. 新闻记者过着紧张兴奋的生活。
  英英解释:
  形容词 hectic:marked by intense agitation or emotion
  同义词:feverish
  hiatus n. 空隙,裂缝,空隙时间
  词形变化:名词复数:hiatuses 形容词:hiatal
  英英解释:
  名词 hiatus:an interruption in the intensity or amount of something
  同义词:suspension, respite, reprieve, abatement
  a missing piece (as a gap in a manuscript)
  a natural opening or perforation through a bone or a membranous structure
  同义词:foramen
  harrow n. 耙v. 耙掘,伤害,使...苦恼
  例句与用法:
  The ox is never woe, till he to the harrow go. 挂耙去耕地,牛才知辛苦。
  The farmer's harrow was broken during his working. 农夫正在劳动的时候,耙子断了。
  This ground harrows well. 这块地很好耙。
  词形变化:
  名词:harrower 动词过去式:harrowed 过去分词:harrowed 现在分词:harrowing 第三人称单数:harrows
  英英解释:
  名词 harrow:a cultivator that pulverizes or smooths the soil
  动词 harrow:draw a harrow over (land)
  同义词:disk
  inure v. 使...习惯
  例句与用法:
  After living here for years I've become inured to the cold climate.我在此地居住多年, 已习惯寒冷的气候.
  One cannot inure oneself altogether to such malicious criticism. 谁也不能总是忍受这种恶意批评.
  词形变化:名词:inurement
  英英解释:动词 inure:cause to accept or become hardened to; habituate
  
楼主骑着斑柱看美眉 时间:2008-12-14 01:17:27
  despicable a. 可鄙的,卑劣的
  例句与用法:
  He is a stupid or despicable person. 他是一个愚蠢或卑劣的人。
  Deserving of contempt; despicable. 该受轻视的;可鄙的
  A despicable coward; a wretch. 怯懦者卑劣的懦夫;可怜虫,坏东西
  A sneaky or despicable person. 一个卑怯的或可鄙的人
  词形变化:副词:despicably 名词:despicableness
  英英解释:形容词 despicable:morally reprehensible
  同义词:ugly, vile, slimy, unworthy, worthless, wretched denim 斜纹棉布
  despise
  despise his refusing to accept responsibility.
  He claims to despise riches .
  
  deign [dein] v. 屈尊,惠允(做某事)vi. 屈尊vt. 赐于
  例句与用法:
  He did not deign to an answer. 他不屑置答。
  They would never deign to notice me.
  词形变化:动词过去式:deigned 过去分词:deigned 现在分词:deigning 第三人称单数:deigns
  英英解释:
  动词 deign:do something that one considers to be below one's dignity
  同义词:condescend, deign, descend expedite 加速,加快
  In compensation trade payment is made by goods and not by foreign exchange.
  在补偿贸易中,付款以货物而不是用外汇进行。
  eclectic [ek'lektik] n. 折衷主义者,折衷派的人 a. 选择的,折衷的,兼收并蓄的
  例句与用法:
  He has an eclectic taste in music. 他爱好各种音乐.
  词形变化:副词:eclectically
  英英解释:名词 eclectic:someone who selects according to the eclectic method
  同义词:eclecticist
  形容词 eclectic:selecting what seems best of various styles or ideas
  It's an eclectic mix.这些都是折衷的混合。
   Her reading is eclectic,ranging from poetry to hip slicks.
  她的读物范围很广,从诗歌到通俗小说都读。
  
  
楼主骑着斑柱看美眉 时间:2008-12-14 01:19:15
  fanfare n. 喇叭或号角嘹亮的吹奏声,热烈欢迎
  例句与用法:
  A showy or ceremonious passage, such as a fanfare. 装饰乐句,花式吹奏一段炫耀或讲究仪式的音乐,例如小号曲
  Despite all the fanfare by Federal regulators over recent bailouts of sick savings institutions, evidence is mounting that the deals are merely papering over the severe problems plaguing the industry.
  不论联邦监管人员最近如何大张旗鼓挽救一蹶不振的储蓄行业,越来越多的证据显示:政府所做仅仅在掩饰困扰该待业的严重问题。
  The royal visitor was saluted by a fanfare of trumpets. 皇室贵宾在嘹亮的铜管乐曲中受到热烈欢迎.
  英英解释:
  名词 fanfare:a gaudy outward display
  同义词:ostentation, flash
  (music) a short lively tune played on brass instruments
  同义词:flourish, tucket flamboyant 浮华的
  
楼主骑着斑柱看美眉 时间:2008-12-14 01:21:22
  disciple [di'saipl] n. 弟子,门徒,拥护者
  例句与用法:
  He is a devout disciple of the Episcopal Church. 他是英国圣公会的一名虔诚的信徒。
  An admirer or a disciple of Richard Wagner. 作曲家瓦格那的崇拜者或门徒
  We are disciples of the artistic leader. 我们是那位艺术领袖的追随者。
  He is a disciple of religion. 他是宗教信徒。
  词形变化:名词:discipleship
  英英解释:名词 disciple:someone who believes and helps to spread the doctrine of another
  同义词:adherent denigration 诽谤,诬蔑
  dupe [dju:p] n. 受骗的人,上当者vt. 欺骗,愚弄
   例句与用法:
  One who is easily swindled; a dupe. 傻瓜容易上当受骗的人;易被愚弄的人
  A person used by another as a dupe or tool. 被愚弄的人作为蠢物或工具而被人利用的人
  A fool or dupe. 蠢人,容易受骗的人
  词形变化:
  动词过去式:duped 过去分词:duped 现在分词:duping 第三人称单数:dupes 形容词:dupable 名词:dupability
  英英解释:
  名词 dupe:a person who is tricked or swindled
  同义词:victim
  动词 dupe:fool or hoax
  同义词:gull, slang, befool, cod, fool, put on, take in, put one over, put one across
  daft [dɑ:ft] a. 愚笨的,癫狂的,狂闹的
  例句与用法:Don't be so daft! 别那麽傻了!
  The consensus is that this is some daft PR stunt and everyone loses interest.
  最后,大家一致同意,这是个愚蠢的公关噱头,大家于是都对此事失去了兴趣。
  词形变化:
  名词:daftness 副词:daftly 形容词比较级:dafter 最高级:daftest
  英英解释:
  形容词 daft:informal or slang terms for mentally irregular
  同义词:balmy, barmy, bats, batty, bonkers, buggy, cracked, crackers, dotty, fruity, haywire, kooky, kookie, loco, loony, loopy, nuts, nutty, round the bend, around the bend, wacky, whacky
  
楼主骑着斑柱看美眉 时间:2008-12-14 01:40:39
  cannibalize vt. 同型装配,调拨人员,拆用配件
  词形变化:动词过去式:cannibalized 过去分词:cannibalized 现在分词:cannibalizing 第三人称单数:cannibalizes 名词:cannibalization
  英英解释:
  动词 cannibalize:eat human flesh
  同义词:cannibalise
  use parts of something to repair something else
  同义词:cannibalise
  coddle 娇养,溺爱,细心照料,煮鸡蛋
  例句与用法:
  He'll need to be coddled after his illness. 他病後需要悉心照料.
  词形变化:
  名词:coddler 动词过去式:coddled 过去分词:coddled 现在分词:coddling 第三人称单数:coddles
  英英解释:
  动词 coddle:treat with excessive indulgence
  同义词:pamper, featherbed, cosset, cocker, baby, mollycoddle, spoil, indulge
  cook in nearly boiling water
  doff v. 脱,丢弃,废除,脱帽
  词形变化:
  动词过去式:doffed 过去分词:doffed 现在分词:doffing 第三人称单数:doffs
  英英解释:动词 doff:remove
  entelechy n. 实体,圆满实现
  词形变化:名词复数:entelechies
  英英解释:
  名词 entelechy:(Aristotle) the state of something that is fully realized; actuality as opposed to potentiality
  fecund a. 多产的,丰饶的,肥沃的,有成果的
  英英解释:
  形容词 fecund:capable of producing offspring or vegetation
  intellectually productive
  同义词:fertile, prolific
  fastidious a. 难取悦的,挑剔的,苛求的,审慎选择的,极为讲究的
  例句与用法:
  One who is excessively fastidious in dress, manners, or taste. 爱修饰的人过分讲究穿著、举止或嗜好的人
  She is so fastidious about her food that I never invite her for dinner. 她对食物过於挑剔,因此我从不请她吃饭
  词形变化:名词:fastidiousness 副词:fastidiously
  英英解释:
  形容词 fastidious:
  giving careful attention to detail; hard to please; excessively concerned with cleanliness
  having complicated nutritional requirements; especially growing only in special artificial cultures
  同义词:exacting
  frowzy ad. 霉臭的(凌乱的), 不整洁的,不修边幅的
  例句与用法:
  Frowzy clothes; a frowzy professor. 脏衣服;邋遢的教授
  At London I am pent up in frowzy lodgings, where there is not room enough to swing a cat.
  在伦敦,我守在肮脏的住所里面,那地方狭窄得无法转身。
  词形变化:名词:frowziness
  英英解释:形容词 frowzy:negligent of neatness especially in dress and person; habitually dirty and unkempt
  同义词:frowsy, slovenly
  giddy ['gidi] a. 眼花的,头晕的,浮华的v. 使眼花,眼花
  例句与用法:
  A giddy climb to the topmast. 到船中桅的令人头晕的攀登
  They looked down from a giddy height. 他们从令人眩晕的高度往下看。
  The children enjoyed twirling round and round, but I felt giddy just watching them.
  孩子们喜欢不停地旋转,但我看着他们就头晕。
  词形变化:
  名词:giddiness 副词:giddily 形容词比较级:giddier 最高级:giddiest 动词过去式:giddied 过去分词:giddied 现在分词:giddying 第三人称单数:giddies
  英英解释:
  形容词 giddy:having or causing a whirling sensation; liable to falling
  同义词:dizzy, woozy, vertiginous
  lacking seriousness; given to frivolity
  同义词:airheaded, dizzy, empty-headed, featherbrained, light-headed, lightheaded, silly
  grout [graut] n. 薄泥浆,水泥浆v. 用薄泥浆填塞
  词形变化:
  名词:grouter 动词过去式:grouted 过去分词:grouted 现在分词:grouting 第三人称单数:grouts
  英英解释:名词 grout:a thin mortar that can be poured and used to fill cracks in masonry or brickwork
  动词 grout:bind with grout
  grumpy a. 性情乖戾的,脾气暴躁的
  例句与用法:
  Don't worry about his grumpy expression, his bark is worse than his bit.
  不要担心他的语言粗暴,他说话严厉,但并无恶意。
  I can see she is a woman of her word. Most people would have made this weather an excuse not to come so far to visit a grumpy old man.
  可以看出她是个守信用的人。遇到这种天气,大多人会以此为借口,不来看望一个脾气不好的老人。
  The grumpy man found fault with everything. 那个性情乖戾的人对什么事都要找岔。
  词形变化:名词:grumpiness 副词:grumpily 形容词比较级:grumpier 最高级:grumpiest
  英英解释:形容词 grumpy:perversely irritable
  同义词:crabbed, crabby, cross, fussy, grouchy, bad-tempered, ill-tempered gount 憔悴的
  gambit ['g&aelig;mbit] n. 以取得优势的开局棋法,开始,话题,计谋,策略,手法
  例句与用法:
  Peter's usual opening gambit is to buy a girl a drink, so that she immediately thinks she owes him something.
  彼得通常先是为姑娘买一杯饮料,这样她就马上认为自己欠了他什么。
  His opening gambit at the debate is a direct attack on government policy.
  他在辩论中的策略是先直接抨击政府的政策。
  英英解释:
  名词 gambit:
  an opening remark intended to secure an advantage for the speaker
  同义词:ploy
  a maneuver in a game or conversation
  同义词:ploy, stratagem
  a chess move early in the game in which the player sacrifices minor pieces in order to obtain an advantageous position
  同义词:harden, indurate intransigent 不妥协的
  incumbent a. 凭依的,依靠的,负有义务的 n. 领圣职的俸禄的牧师,在职者
  例句与用法:
  It is incumbent upon justice to give some warnings of their doubt about a case. 法官有责任提醒人们有关他们对案件的疑问。It's incumbent on you to advise your son before he leaves home.在你儿子离家前给他忠告是你义不容辞的事。The quality or condition of being incumbent. 有义务负有义务的性质或状况
  词形变化:副词:incumbently
  imperious a. 傲慢的,专横的
  例句与用法:
  His imperious look makes us angry. 他那飞扬跋扈的样子令我们生气。
  We all dislike her for her imperious gesture. 因她那傲慢的样子,我们都不喜欢她。
  词形变化:名词:imperiousness 副词imperviously ad. 透不过地,不能渗透地
  英英解释:形容词 imperious:able to deal authoritatively with affairs indelibly 不可磨灭的
  impermeable a. 不能渗透的,不渗透性的
  词形变化:副词:impermeably 名词:impermeability 不透水地
  英英解释:形容词 impermeable:preventing especially liquids to pass or diffuse through ineffable 不可言喻的,难以形容的
  同义词:moonstruck
  
楼主骑着斑柱看美眉 时间:2008-12-15 17:32:00
  3
楼主骑着斑柱看美眉 时间:2008-12-16 18:00:36
  333
作者:雾之翼 时间:2008-12-17 13:19:45
  太好了,收藏
作者:WRXHT 时间:2008-12-17 16:26:26
  Very very good !Thank you !
作者:yuweiyuwei 时间:2008-12-28 14:36:14
  学习
作者:四季之人 时间:2011-02-16 00:32:15
  d
发表回复

请遵守天涯社区公约言论规则,不得违反国家法律法规