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1. abnormal a. 不正常的> I’m normal, you’re ~ !

2. abolish v. 废除 > CET-Band 4 should be abolished ! A daydreamer

3. abrupt a. 突然的, 唐突的 > Your ~ manner embarrassed her!

4. absurd a. 荒唐的 >What an ~ idea!

5. accessory n. 附件, 零件 > Handbag, lipstick, etc. are women’s accessories. What are men’s ? Tie, lighter and a fine purse.

6. accommodate v. 提供膳宿> How can a small town ~ the Olympic Games?

7. addict v. 上瘾 >I’m ~ed to computer games. Please save me!

8. acquaint v. 使熟悉 > Are you ~ed with that MM?

9. adhere to v. 遵守 >Adhere to your own principle

10. adverse a. 不利的, 有害的 >Adverse circumstances can test a person’s wisdom and courage.

11. aggravate v. 加重 >Smoking ~s cold.

12. alleviate v. 减轻 >No one can ~ my pain.

13. alternate v./a 交替(的) >a day of ~ sunshine and rain /Day and night ~

14. ambiguous a. 歧义的 >The policeman is looking for a man with one eye. -----Why not use two? 你知道此幽默在何处?

15. amplify v. 扩大(声音)>

16. analogy n. 类比 by analogy

17. anonymous a. 匿名的 I received an ~ letter.

18. applaud v. 鼓掌; 赞许> I ~ your suggestion.

19. apt a. 易于 >One is ~ to make mistakes if given too much pressure.

20. array n. 陈列, 一系列>the ~ of fruit and vegetables in the supermarket

21. arrogant a. 傲慢的> An ~ man is a self-important person.

22. ascend v. 上升 > The balloons are ~ing.

23. ascribe v. 归因于>He ~d his failure to his small vocabulary.

24. aspiration n. 抱负 Your ~ is your ambition or strong wish.

25. assault n. 攻击, 袭击>A robber ~ed him.

26. assert v. 断言 He ~ed that the thief would come again.

27. assurance n. 保证, 把握 >I give you my ~ that the product is safe and reliable.

28. attendant n. 服务员, 随从

29. authentic a. 真实的, 可靠的>Is Clinton’s biography ~?

30. avert v. 避开、转移 We ~ed a loss .

31. bald a. 秃顶的 A ~ man is considered to be intelligent.

32. barren a. 荒芜的,不能生育的>Without dream, life is a ~ field.

33. betray v. 背叛; 泄露 You ~ed me.

34. bewilder v. 使迷惑 The new traffic lights ~ the man.

35. bias n. 偏见 Bias is prejudice.

36. blaze v. 燃烧; 发强光 >The summer sun is blazing.

37. bleak a. 荒凉的; 凄凉的>a ~ future

38. blink v. 眨眼睛; 闪烁 >

39. blunder n. 大错

40. bluntly ad. 直言不讳地

41. blur v. 变模糊 >Fog blurred my vision.

42. bribe v. 行贿 >Who bribed the bride? Bridegroom.

43. browse v. 浏览 ~ a web-page

44. brutal a. 残酷的=cruel/savage/

45. capsule n. 密封仓, 胶囊

46. carve v. 刻

47. casualty n. 伤亡人员 Many casualties are reported in the battle.

48. cater to v. 迎合 > cater to the consumers

49. caution n. 小心

50. cherish v. 珍视; 怀有>~friendship/~ the hope that

51. chronic a. 慢性的;严重的

52. circulation n. 循环; 发行(量)>Reader has the largest ~ in China.

53. climax n. 高潮 the ~ of the play

54. cling to v. 紧紧抓住, 依恋;坚持,墨守>The baby clung to his mother./ ~ to the hope that....

55. coincidence n. 巧合

56. collaboration n. 合作 in ~ with

57. collide v. 相撞; 冲突 The two opinions ~ with each other.

58. commence v. 开始

59. commute v. 乘车上下班 >I have to ~ between the university town and the downtown area.

60. compact a. 紧凑的, 结实的 a ~ car/office

61. compatible a. 相容的; 兼容的>That husband and wife are very ~.

62. compensate v. 赔偿 >The insurance company ~d the man for his injuries.

63. compile v. 汇编, 编辑 ~ a encyclopedia

64. complement v. 补充,与。。。相配 The music ~s the film well.

65. compliment v. /n. 赞美

66. comply with v. 遵从

67. compulsory a. 必做的 ~ education

68. conceive of v. 构想 I can’t ~ of why he did such a stupid thing!

69. confidential a. 机密的

70. conform to v. 遵守 ~ to the local customs

71. consensus n. 意见一致> If everyone consents to something, they reach a consensus.

72. consequent a. (作为后果) 随之发生的 lack of electricity and the ~ loss in economy

73. conserve v. 保护, If you conserve something, you use it carefully and will not waste it. >In winter some people ~ energy by lowering the heat at night.

74. consolidate v. 巩固

75. conspicuous a. 显眼的 The girl in red in the snow field is very ~.

76. contaminate v. 污染 If you ~ something, you make it dirty.

77. contemplate v. 沉思; 凝视 >You must ~ the results of the action.

78. contempt n. 轻视 >Before the competition, Williams held the little known player in contempt.

79. contend v. 主张=assert > The lawyer contends that the man is guilty.

80. contradict v. 相矛盾

81. contrive v. 谋划, 图谋>The terrorists ~d to hijack a plane.

82. converge v. 会合, 聚集 (meet at a common point) The two rivers converge here.

83. cordial a. 热情的

84. corrupt a./v. 腐败的; 腐蚀 ~ officials

85. cozy a. 舒适的 a ~ bedroom

86. counterpart n. 对应的人或物

87. criterion n. 标准 =standard

88. curb v. 控制, 约束=restrain /restrict/> I my curbed my appetite for food.

89. cynical a. 愤世嫉俗的> a ~ young man is a angry young man

90. dazzle v. 眩目;使赞叹不已> The sunlight dazzles me./ Her dance ~d me.

91. deduce v. 推断

92. dedicate v. 献给

93. defendant n. 被告

94. deficiency n. 缺乏, 不足 a vitamin ~ in his diet

95. defy v.(公然) 违抗 The union defied the management and went on a strike.

96. degenerate v. 退化

97. degrade v. 降低身份

98. deprive v. 剥夺 You ~d him of his right to privacy.

99. descendant n. 后代

100. destiny n. 命运=fate

101. destructive a. 破坏性的 The weapon has a great ~ power.

102. deteriorate v. 恶化 His health has ~d.

103. deviate from v. 偏离 He ~d from the society by becoming a drug addict.

104. dignity n. 尊严

105. dilemma n. 困境 A doctor’s ~ ----- to lie or to tell the truth?

106. diminish v. 变少

107. disable v. 丧失能力

108. disastrous a. 灾难性的

109. discern v. 看出, 识别 ~ the differences of the two

110. dispatch v. 派遣;发送> ~ a representative/ message

111. disperse v. 分散,消散,驱散~ my attention/ The wind ~d the fog. The children ~d after the class.

112. disposition n. 性情=temperament

113. distort v. 歪曲

114. divert v. 转移, 使转向> A loud noise diverted my attention from the work.

115. dizzy a. 头晕的

116. donate v. 捐献>Have you ~d blood?

117. doom v./ n. 注定; 劫数>He is doomed to failure.

118. drastic a. 严厉的 ~ measures

119. drawback n. 缺点=disadvantage> One of the ~s of living in the XIASHA is inconvenience in daily life.

120. duplicate v. /n. 复制 (品) make a ~ of the letter

121. dwell on v. 总是想;详述 Don’t ~ on the past.

122. elevate v. 提高;抬升 An elevator can ~ to the top floor very soon.

123. elicit v. 诱出, 引出 ~ the truth from the witness

124. eligible a. 合适的,有资格的 =qualified >John is an ~ bachelor.

125. elite n. 精英

126. eloquent a. 雄辩的 Martin Luther King was an ~ speaker.

127. energetic a. 精力充沛的=vigorous

128. epidemic n./a. 流行病; 流行性的Sars, the bird’s flu.

129. erupt v. 喷发 A volcano ~s. /The audience ~ed with laughter.

130. essence n. 实质; 精华 the ~ of his theory/ in ~

131. eternal a. 永久的=perpetual/permanent/forever

132. evoke v. 唤起,引起 =elicit> The song ~d a feeling of love in the listeners.

133. expedition n. 远征(队);考察(队)

134. expel v. 开除,驱逐=dismiss; ~ the trouble-making student排出=emit>expel the smoke in the kitchen

135. expire v. 期满 Your passport ~s in a month.

136. expertise n. 专门知识

137. explicit a. 明确的His statement is ~, not implicit.

138. extravagant a. 奢侈的; 过度的>You’re ~ while I’m thrifty.

139. fabricate v. 捏造=make up/fake >The man’s statement is `~d.

140. facilitate a. 使便利 The multi-languages signs ~ the tourists

141. fascinate v. 迷住 I’m ~d by the beauty of Li jiang and Da li.

142. feeble a. 虚弱的=weak/faint

143. flaw n. 缺陷 I can’t find a ~ , the painting is perfect!

144. fluctuate n. 波动

145. formulate v. 构想

146. foster a. 培养 =develop/nurture/cultivate/领养> ~ a child

147. fragile a. 易碎的;脆弱的

148. furious a. 暴怒的

149. glamour n. 魅力 >The ~ of old town, such as LiJiang, Dali.

150. glitter v. 闪光 =sparkle >All that ~s is not gold.

151. gloomy a. 忧郁的;阴暗的 a ~ day/future

152. gossip n./ v. 流言; 说长道短> Gossips are like rumors.

153. grief n. 悲伤 =sorrow

154. hamper v. 妨碍=hinder> Rescue work was hampered by the heavy rain.

155. handicap n./v. 缺陷,残疾; 妨碍>He survived the accident, but has a ~ now.

156. haul a. (用力) 拖;(用车)托运

157. haunt v. 萦绕于心 He was ~ed by the terrible scene.

158. hinder v. 阻碍 No difficulties can ~ me.

159. hoist v. 升起, 吊起

160. homogeneous a. 同质的 >The population of Japan is ~.

161. hospitality n. 好客

162. immerse v. 沉浸于 She ~d herself in English.

163. implicit a. 内含的;含蓄的> If it is ~, it is implied.

164. impulse n. 冲动

165. incidence a. 发生率

166. indignant a. 愤怒的

167. infectious a. 传染的

168. ingenious a. (人)灵巧的; (设计等)巧妙的 ~ handicraftsman

169. inherent a. 固有的 the ~ defects of planned-economy

170. initiate v. 开始;发起 ~ a new plan

171. integral a. 构成整体所必须的;不可缺的 Rice is an ~ part of Chinese diet.

172. intelligible a. 明白易懂的

173. intensify v. 加剧 The noise intensified.

174. intermittent a. 断断续续 the ~ rain showers

175. intimidate v. 恐吓

176. intricate a. 错综复杂的

177. intrinsic a. 固有的 ~ value

178. intuition n. 直觉 Your ~ is your sixth sense.

179. invalid a. 无效的 an ~ license

180. invariably ad. 不变地; 始终

181. irritate v. 使恼怒 =annoy

182. jeopardize v. 危及=endanger>You ~ your job by being late often.

183. junk n. 废物 ~ food

184. kidnap v. 绑架

185. legend n. 传奇

186. legitimate a. 合法的 =legal/lawful

187. liability n. 责任;=legal obligation不利条件=drawback

188. literacy n. 读写能力

189. literally ad. 逐字地; 确实地

190. litter v. 乱扔 No littering!

191. magnify v. 放大,扩大> ~ the photo

192. manifest v. 显示,表明The illness ~s itself with a high fever.

193. marginal a. 微小的

194. masculine a. 男性的

195. mediate v. 调解 He ~d in a salary dispute between the union and the management.

196. merge a. 合并

197. migrate v. 迁徙; 移居> Birds migrate with seasons

198. mingle v 混合

199. mobilize v. 动员

200. naïve a. 天真的=innocent

201. negligible a. 可以忽略不计的 the ~ cost

202. norm n. 标准 reach the ~

203. notable a. 著名的

204. notorious a. 臭名昭著的 If one has a scandal, he becomes ~

205. nourish v. 养育

206. obedient a. 顺从的 If you are ready to obey orders, you are ~

207. obscure a. 费解的,模糊不清的;不著名的>Is the sentence still ~ to you?/ His name was ~ 3 years ago.

208. odor n. 气味 I smelt a strange ~.

209. offset v. 抵消 =compensate for

210. optimum a. 最佳的

211. orient v. 使适应 ~ oneself to

212. overwhelm v. (感情上)使受不了;压倒 >be ~ed with sadness/~ majority

213. paradox n. 自相矛盾=contradiction

214. participant n. 参加者

215. patent n. 专利

216. patrol v./n. 巡逻

217. patriotic a. 爱国的

218. pave v. 铺路 ~ the way for women’s Lib

219. permeate v. 弥漫; 渗透A bad smell ~s the building./Water ~d all the books in the room.

220. perpetual a. 永久的

221. pertinent a. 有关的 =relevant>skills ~ to the profession

222. plead v. 恳求;(法庭)申诉

223. ponder v. 思考 She ~ed his marriage proposal for a week.

224. portray v. 描绘=describe/depict

225. precede v. 先于

226. precedent n. 先例

227. preclude n. 阻止 (from)

228. predecessor n. 前任

229. predominant a. 主导的

230. premise n. 前提 >your ~ is wrong.

231. prescription n. 处方

232. prestige n. 威望> enjoy high ~

233. prevalent a. 流行的

234. prey n. 捕获物

235. probe v. 探究>~ a matter to the bottom

236. proficiency n. 熟练

237. profound a. 深刻的; 深奥的

238. prolong v. 延长

239. prospective a. 预期的,未来的 >his ~ father-in-law

240. provocative a. 挑衅的>His ~ language provoked Peter.

241. random a. 随意的 at ~

242. reap v. 收获 =harvest>reap crops

243. reassure v. 使放心

244. reconcile v. 使和解

245. rectify v. 纠正

246. refrain from v. 抑制

247. refute v. 驳倒

248. remainder n. 剩余的部分

249. repel v. 使厌恶;击退;排斥>The odor ~s me./The odor can ~ mosquito.

250. reproach v. 责备=blame

251. resemblance v. 相似

252. resent v. 怨恨 >He resented being called his nickname.

253. retort v. 反驳

254. retrieve v. 取回(get back, bring back)

255. reunion n. 团聚=get-together>an occasion for family ~

256. revelation n. 揭示

257. revive v. 使复苏>~ economy

258. rigorous a. 严格的 ~ training for doctors

259. rip v. 撕裂

260. ritual n. 仪式=ceremony/routine>His morning ~ is to make coffee, take a shower and have breakfast.

261. robust a. 健壮的

262. rot v. 腐烂 =decay

263. safeguard v. 保护

264. savage a. 野蛮的 =not civilized

265. scent n. 香味 The scent of women(Oscar 影片)

266. scrutiny n. 细看

267. setback n. 挫折

268. shatter v. 使粉碎> It shattered my dream.

269. simulate v. 模拟

270. skeptical a. 怀疑的

271. slack a. 松弛的

272. sneak v. 溜;偷偷地做

273. sober a. 未醉的> I’m ~ enough.

274. specifications n. 规格,说明书

275. spectacle n. 景象,大观

276. spectator n. 旁观者

277. spontaneous a. 自发的

278. stability n. 稳定

279. stagger v. 蹒跚

280. stationary a. 固定的

281. stimulus n. 刺激

282. straightforward a. 坦率的 a ~ reply

283. stubborn a. 倔强的

284. stumble v. 绊倒

285. subordinate a. 从属的

286. subscribe to v. 订阅

287. subsidy n. 补贴

288. subtle a. 微妙的>the ~ difference of the two words

289. supervise v. 监督

290. suppress v. 镇压; 抑制

291. tangle with v. 争吵, 纠葛

292. tariff n. 关税

293. tease v. 取笑

294. temperament n. 气质

295. tempt v. 引诱

296. tentative a. 试探的

297. terminate v. 终止

298. texture n. 质地

299. threshold n. 开端 on the ~ of (即将开始)

300. timid a. 胆小的

301. tolerant a. 宽容的

302. toss v. 抛,甩

303. tow v. 拖

304. toxic a. 有毒的=poisonous

305. trait n. 特点, 特性 personality ~

306. transaction n. 交易

307. transit n. 运输

308. transition n. 过渡, 转变

309. transplant v./n. 移植

310. trivial a. 琐碎的

311. tumble v. 跌到,翻滚(stumble绊倒)

312. turbulent a. 混乱的

313. unanimous a. 一致的

314. underestimate v. 低估

315. undermine v. 暗中破坏

316. undergo v. 经历 ~ great changes

317. underlying a. 潜在的

318. uphold v. 支持 ~ world peace

319. vent n.. 排放口 give ~ to(发泄)

320. verge n. 边缘 =brink> on the verge of bankruptcy

321. versatile a. 多才多艺的

322. vicinity n. 附近 in the ~

323. visa n. 签证

324. visualize v. 设想

325. vulgar a. 粗俗的

326. vulnerable a. 易受伤的

327. warfare n. 战争

328. warrant n. 授权令;理由>The policeman has a ~ to arrest you.

329. weary a. 疲劳的

330. wrinkle v. 起皱

331. accelerate v. 加速

332. accessible a. 可接近的,可进入的

333. acknowledge v. 感谢

334. acquire v. 学会

335. address v. 向。。。讲话

336. alert a. 活跃的 b. 机警的 c. 外国的

337. allege a. 推断 b. 断言 c. 联合

338. allocate a. 准许 b. 位于 c. 分配

339. appeal v. 有吸引力

340. applicable a. 适用的

341. assess v. 估价

342. assumption n. 假定

343. successor n. 继任者

344. bond n. 联系

345. bounce v. 反弹

346. breed v. 培育

347. bump into v. 碰见

348. campaign n. 运动

349. category n. 种类

350. cease n. 停止

351. chaos n. 混乱

352. component n. 部件

353. confess v. 坦白

354. constitute v. 构成

355. consistent a. 一致的

356. consultant n. 顾问

357. controversial a. 有争议的

358. convert v. 转变>convert the hotel into a apartment building

359. defect n. 缺陷

360. deliberate a. 故意的 =on purpose

361. depress v. 使沮丧

362. detect v. 发现

363. descend v. 下降

364. dim a. 昏暗的

365. disguise v. 化装

366. dispose of v. 去掉; 处理

367. distress n. /v. 痛苦

368. diverse a. 多样的

369. document v. 证明

370. dominate v. 支配

371. drain v. 排走;耗尽

372. discard v. 丢弃 Don’t ~ the drink cans carelessly.

373. exaggerate v. 夸大

374. rival n. 对手=opponent

375. exploit v. 利用

376. external a. 外在的

377. extinguish v. 熄灭

378. feasible a. 可行的

379. fertile a. 肥沃的

380. flourish v. 茂盛, 繁荣

381. fragment n. 碎片

382. furnish v. 提供,配置=provide>He furnished me with a lot of useful information.

383. genuine a. 真的

384. grope v. 摸索

385. harbor v. 心怀

386. harmony n. 和谐

387. hollow a. 空的, 中空的

388. hostile a. 敌视的

389. illusion n. 幻想

390. imaginary a. 虚构的

391. ignite v. 点燃

392. impetus n. 推动

393. immune a. 免疫的

394. incentive n. 刺激

395. indulge v. 沉溺于 ~ oneself in

396. induce v. 引起; 诱导

397. ingredient n. 配料 the ~s of pizza

398. initiative n. 主动性 > You should take the ~.

399. intimate a. 亲密的

400. intervene v.干预

401. liable to a. 易于 = be apt to/be prone to

402. liberal a. 自由的

403. linger v. 继续逗留;留恋>They lingered in the beautiful town.

404. mature a. 成熟的

405. moderate a. 适度的 ~ physical exercises

406. motivate v. .激励 A desire to pass Band 6 ~s her to work hard.

407. multiply v. 繁殖

408. overall a. 总体的 an ~ impression

409. perceive v. 感知

410. prevail over v . 胜过

411. prime n. 壮年 He died in the ~ of his life.

412. priority n. 优先权 give ~ to

413. prominent a. 突出的, 杰出的=distinguished

414. prone to a. 易于

415. prosperity n. 繁荣

416. reckless a. 卤莽的

417. relevant a. 有关的

418. remedy n. 治疗法

419. resistant a. 抵抗的

420. respective a. 分别的

421. resume v. 重新开始

422. scandal n. 丑闻

423. scatter v. .驱散

424. sentiment n. 感情

425. severe a. 严重的 ~ wound

426. shield v. 保护

427. simultaneously a. 同时地

428. sole a. 唯一的

429. sponsor n. 赞助者

430. startle v. 惊吓

431. stray v. 走失

432. substantial a. 可观的,大量的=considerable> a substantial income

433. sufficient a. 充分的

434. supplement v./n. 补充>He ~ed his income by taking a part-time job.

435. testify v. 作证

436. trigger v. 引发 ~ a debate/war

437. swing v. 摇摆

438. universal a. 普遍的

439. utilize v. 利用

440. variation n. 变动> the ~ in temperature

441. virtually ad. 实际上

442. wretched a. 难过的

443. flexible a. 灵活的 The dancer’s body is very ~.

444. facet n. 侧面 a ~ of American life

445. endeavor v. /n. 努力

446. elaborate a. 精心的

447. crude a. 未加工的 ~ oil

448. preach v. 说教

449. strive v. 力求 ~ for freedom

450. punctual a. 守时的>He is a ~ man.

451. harness v. 治理 ~ a river

452. integrity n. 诚实;完整

453. submit to v. 屈服=yield to

454. launch v. 发起

455. striking a. 显著的

456. instinct n. 本能

457. maintenance n. 保养

458. scrape v. 刮,擦

459. sensible a. 合情理的

460. eliminate v. 去除

461. propel v. 推动

462. pledge n. 保证

463. label n. 标签

464. justify v. 使…有正当理由

465. initiate v. 创始

466. stereotype n. 陈规,固定的看法

467. identify…with v. 使等同

468. convey v. 传达

469. collapse v. 坍塌

470. affection n. 喜爱

471. yield v. 结出

472. promising a. 有希望的

473. publicity n. 公众的注意

474. hazard n. 危险

475. forge v. 伪造 ~ a famous painter’s signature

476. concession n. 让步

477. submerge v. 淹没

478. imperative a. 必要的

479. elapse v. 逝去

480. confine v. 限制

481. thrive v. 繁荣=prosper

482. resort to v. 诉诸于

483. sustain v. 维持=support

484. highlight v. 使突出 n. 最精彩的部分

485. massive a. 大量的; 大而重的

486. mask v. 掩饰

487. restore v. 恢复

488. restraint n. 约束

489. scope n. 范围

490. seemingly ad. 表面上

491. speculate v. 猜测

492. steep a. 陡的

493. summon v. 唤起 How can I ~ up his courage?

494. shift v. 移动;转变 ~ responsibility on to others

495. transient a. 短暂的

496. prompt a. 迅速的

497. impart v. 传授

498. embody v. 体现

499. confront v. 面对

500. triumph n. 胜利
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