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六级词汇听力lesson 40

[00:00.00]LESSON40

[00:01.46]lounge

[00:02.77]Ronaldo had to lounge his days off in agony

[00:06.06]when he was wounded in a bloody

[00:07.91]football match with Juventus.

[00:09.23]He was lounging around all day.

[00:11.97]legend

[00:14.15]Pele, Maradonna and other footballing legends

[00:17.76]have become household figures.

[00:19.52]legitimate

[00:23.12]Legitimate business transactions

[00:25.64]are under the protection of the law.

[00:27.39]Politicians are legitimate targets for satire.

[00:30.78]People demanded that the government

[00:33.84]not legitimate the use of guns.

[00:35.59]momentum

[00:37.89]We must admit the hard fact

[00:40.63]that there is skepticism as to

[00:42.48]whether the momentum for the anti-corruption campaign

[00:44.67]can last long enough to bring about real change.

[00:47.52]lever

[00:49.92]This latest incident may be

[00:52.55]the lever needed to change government policy.

[00:54.96]likelihood

[00:56.92]Do you think there is

[00:58.56]any likelihood of his agreeing to it?

[01:00.20]limp

[01:02.50]The injured footballer limped slowly off the field.

[01:05.45]The flowers looked limp in the heat.

[01:08.30]liner

[01:10.60]The liner of this dress is made of silk.

[01:13.11]On the liner bound for New Amsterdam people

[01:16.73]are always filled with anticipation.

[01:19.78]literacy

[01:21.43]We are planning to make a survey of economic literacy.

[01:24.93]litter

[01:27.33]The litter in some holiday resorts really

[01:29.74]makes people feel disgusted.

[01:32.36]lofty

[01:34.11]The garden was surrounded by lofty walls.

[01:36.41]These sentiments are lofty but not very realistic.

[01:40.46]longitude

[01:42.65]By agreement, the longitude passing

[01:45.60]through Greenwich Observatory is called the prime meridian.

[01:48.99]lunar

[01:50.86]Last week we witnessed

[01:52.93]the first lunar eclipse in the new century.

[01:54.90]It was memorable.

[01:56.87]magnitude

[01:59.06]No one is yet able to estimate

[02:01.90]the magnitude of the loss.

[02:03.21]I hadn’t realized the magnitude of the problem.

[02:06.49]majesty

[02:08.57]Their Majesties have arrived.

[02:10.98]We were all deeply impressed

[02:13.83]by the majesty of the mountain.

[02:17.30]manoeuvre/maneuver

[02:18.51]She started her car and maneuvered out of the narrow lane.

[02:21.35]These shameful manoeuvres

[02:24.52]were aimed at securing his election.

[02:26.17]The troops are out on maneuvers.

[02:28.14]manuscript

[02:30.54]Her poems are still in manuscript.

[02:33.27]marble

[02:35.46]Marble, because of its beauty and hardness,

[02:38.96]is often used to build things meant to last.

[02:41.26]marginal

[02:43.45]The other alternatives are attractive in theory

[02:46.84]but in practice are either impractical

[02:49.46]or offer only marginal improvements.

[02:51.44]marshal

[02:53.84]It is often said a marshal

[02:56.25]is made on the white bones of

[02:57.89]thousands of average soldiers.

[02:59.20]The children were marshalled into straight lines.

[03:03.03]masculine

[03:05.00]It is masculine

[03:06.75]when one faces life’s challenges very bravely

[03:09.70]and never yields to them.

[03:11.45]She looks rather masculine in that suit.

[03:14.30]masterpiece

[03:16.58]The famous French writer Dumas Sr.

[03:19.75]once wrote that Dumas Jr.was his masterpiece.

[03:22.71]Rembrandt’s paintings are masterpieces.

[03:25.88]medieval

[03:28.29]Jeffery Chaucer is a medieval poet of Britain,

[03:31.57]considered by the British people

[03:33.54]as “the father of poetry”.

[03:35.18]She was giving us lectures

[03:37.91]on medieval English literature.

[03:39.45]melody

[03:41.41]The song “Happy birthday to you”

[03:44.04]is so simple in melody and lyric

[03:46.00]that children as young as three

[03:48.63]can sing it without hesitation.

[03:50.16]menace

[03:52.46]These weapons are a menace to world peace.

[03:55.30]His features are sharp,

[03:57.82]and the expression in his eyes

[03:59.57]is often abstracted and menacing.

[04:01.43]messenger

[04:03.84]Though taking no secret missions,

[04:06.36]these artists have actually become messengers

[04:08.54]between the two countries.

[04:09.85]The robin is the messenger of spring.

[04:13.25]migrant

[04:15.43]In Beijing there are 2.5 million migrant workers

[04:19.37]who wander in the streets looking for odd jobs.

[04:22.10]militant

[04:24.40]The strikers were in a militant mood.

[04:27.14]millionaire

[04:29.22]Only a millionaire could afford these prices.

[04:31.84]minibus

[04:34.14]He bought a twelve-passenger minibus.

[04:36.99]minimal

[04:38.95]We stayed with friends,

[04:40.70]so our expenses were minimal.

[04:42.78]misery

[04:44.75]One who hasn’t suffered any misery in his life

[04:47.71]will not mature quickly enough.

[04:49.67]He bears misery best who hides it most.

[04:53.83]mobilise/-ise

[04:55.91]They are mobilizing their supporters to

[04:58.53]vote at the election.

[04:59.84]Our country’s in great danger;

[05:02.36]we must mobilize the whole nation.

[05:04.11]mock

[05:05.97]He made us laugh by mocking the way the teacher spoke.

[05:09.37]The boy mocked the way the teacher spoke.

[05:12.42]The heavy steel doors mocked our attempts to open them.

[05:16.26]module

[05:18.12]The house is a two-story boxlike structure

[05:21.51]consisting of four factory-produced modules.

[05:24.79]monopoly

[05:26.54]The influence of mass media has made new technical terms

[05:30.47]no longer the monopoly of the specialists.

[05:33.10]In some countries tobacco is a government monopoly.

[05:36.71]monster

[05:38.89]Do you believe in the Loch Ness monster?

[05:41.41]The judge told the murderer that he was a monster.

[05:45.02]mortal

[05:47.43]All human beings are mortal.

[05:49.29]The disease proved to be mortal.

[05:52.02]They’re so grand these days

[05:55.20]that they probably don’t talk to

[05:56.84]ordinary mortals like us any more.

[05:58.48]mortgage

[06:00.45]In order to start my new firm,

[06:02.53]I had to mortgage my house for the loan.

[06:04.49]It’s difficult to get a mortgage on an old house.

[06:08.22]motel

[06:10.51]In the US people driving over long distances

[06:14.12]like to spend their nights in motels,

[06:16.75]because their cars can be serviced there.

[06:19.15]multitude

[06:21.12]Do you mean to

[06:22.77]say “Fair skin covers the multitude of sins”,

[06:26.15]that he may be pardoned for his past achievements?

[06:29.11]Vast multitudes of birds visit this lake in spring.

[06:34.14]The description “product of more than one country”

[06:38.52]can cover a multitude of skins.

[06:40.05]murmur

[06:42.13]The river is flowing peacefully,

[06:44.53]as if murmuring a never-ending story.

[06:46.50]The wind murmured in the trees.

[06:49.56]muscular

[06:51.53]He wished he was more muscular

[06:54.27]and didn’t have such a flat chest.

[06:55.91]When watching a sports game,

[06:58.21]we can’t help admiring the athletes’ muscular bodies.

[07:01.38]mutter

[07:03.46]We heard the man muttering something

[07:05.97]as he walked away.

[07:07.07]She was muttering away to herself

[07:09.47]as she did the washing-up.

[07:10.89]narrative

[07:13.08]The astronaut gave a narrative of

[07:15.49]her strange experience in space.

[07:17.13]His trip through the world

[07:19.65]made an interesting narrative.

[07:21.51]necessitate

[07:23.03]The increase in population necessitate

[07:26.10]a great food supply.

[07:27.63]It’s an unpopular measure,

[07:30.36]but the situation necessitates it.

[07:32.55]nickel

[07:34.85]To buy that pudding,

[07:36.28]the poor old gentlemen counted out dimes,

[07:38.68]nickels and cents.

[07:39.99]nickname

[07:41.85]As he was always cheerful

[07:43.82]he had the nickname “smiler”.

[07:45.68]nominal

[07:48.42]In constitutional monarchy,

[07:50.39]the king and the queen are only nominal.

[07:53.34]nominate

[07:55.09]The prime minister has nominated

[07:57.39]the former defense minister

[07:58.92]as the new foreign minister.

[08:00.67]nonetheless

[08:02.86]It is not cheap

[08:04.71]but I think we should buy it nonetheless.

[08:07.34]norm

[08:09.31]There’s a production norm below

[08:12.04]which each worker must not fall.

[08:14.56]notation

[08:16.31]He made a notation on the margin of the paper.

[08:19.37]notwithstanding

[08:21.56]Language difficulties notwithstanding,

[08:24.74]he soon grew to love the country and its people.

[08:27.79]novelty

[08:29.76]Cars were a novelty in 1900

[08:32.72]but now hundreds of millions of people

[08:35.45]drive them every day.

[08:36.87]A British businessman

[08:38.85]who can speak a foreign language

[08:40.26]is still something of a novelty.

[08:42.56]
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