NameDescription
['kntemplet; -tm-]
contemplate

v. 沉思; 冥思苦想;深思熟虑

The new students contemplated each other nervously.

新生们紧张地相互对视.

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[kn'temp()r(r)]
contemporary

a. 当代的,同时代的; n. 同时代的人

Most contemporary physicists have the notion that man can never discover what such mysterious force as electricity, magnetism, and gravitation "really" are.

绝大多数的当代物理学者都认为,人类永远无法弄清像电力,磁力和重力之类的神秘力量究竟是什么东西.

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['kntest]
contest

n. 竞赛,比赛;争夺,竞赛 vt. 争夺,与…竞争; 对…提出质疑;辩驳

If the election is one-sided, it is really no contest.

如果选举呈一边倒的局面,那么实际上毫无竞争可言.

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[kntr'dk()n]
contradiction

n. 矛盾,不一致; 否认,反驳

Is it a contradiction to love animals and yet wear furs?

又爱护动物又穿皮毛服装是矛盾的吗?

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[kn'trbjut; 'kntrbjut]
contribute

v. 贡献,有助于

Popular songs and music may be labeled as vulgar,but they contribute to our enjoyment.

流行音乐和流行歌曲也许是庸俗的,但它们使得向日葵视频更享受生活的乐趣.

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[kntr'bju()n]
contribution

n. 贡献,促成作用; 捐款,捐献物; (投给报刊等的)稿件

He won the Nobel prize for his outstanding contribution to physics.

他因在物理学方面的突出贡献获得了诺贝尔奖。

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[kn'trav]
contrive

v. 策划;图谋;设计

Can you contrive to be at the station by noon?

你能设法在中午前赶到车站吗?

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[kn'vinns]
convenience

n. 方便,合宜;便利设施, 方便的用具

Five-star hotels are full of conveniences of every sort.

五星级酒店设备齐全.

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[kn'ven()n()l]
conventional

adj. 传统的;约定的;习惯的,常规的

Mother is so conventional in her views.

妈妈的观点太保守.

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[kn'vd]
converge

vi. (在一点上)会合, 互相靠拢;聚集,集中; (思想,观点等)趋近

Parallel lines converge at infinity.

平行线永不相交.

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[kn've]
convey

vt. 表达,传达,传递;运送,输送

Air is the medium by which sound waves are conveyed.

空气是声波传导的媒介.

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[kn'vns]
convince

v. 使信服,说服

What convinced them to vote for Bush?

究竟是什么说服了他们投布什的票?

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[kp]
cope

v. 处理;对付;竞争

In 1973-1974, the United States made great efforts to cope with the serious problems created by the energy crisis.

在1973年至1974年期间,美国费了很大力应付能源危机造成的各种严重问题.

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['krd]
courage

n. 勇气,胆量

Do you have the courage to go bungee jumping?

你有胆量玩蹦极跳吗?

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[kt]
court

n. 法庭;法院;庭院,球场

The court found the prisoner not guilty.

法官判决犯人无罪.

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['kts]
courtesy

n. 谦恭有礼; 有礼貌的举止(言词)

It is an indication of courtesy to greet others we know when we meet them.

见到认识的人时向他们打招呼是一种礼貌的表现.

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['krtk()l]
critical

adj. 批评的,评论的

A critical spirit is what a reader should possess to get the most out of anything he reads.

一个读者必须具有批判精神,才会读有所获。

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[krad]
crowd

n. 人群;观众

Bai Juyi wrote all his poems for the crowd rather than for specialists.

白居易的全部诗作都是为一般大众所写,而不是写给专家们。

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['kru()l]
crucial

adj. 至关重要的,决定性的

Generally in science, the 19th century is reckoned as the crucial period for the change in the structure of science.

在科学领域中,19世纪通常被看成是科学结构发生变化的关键时期。

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[krud]
crude

a. 粗鲁的,粗俗的; 天然的,未加工的; 简陋的,粗糙的

The Da Qing oil field is full of crude oil.

大庆油田盛产原油.

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[kruz]
cruise

vi. 航游,巡航:(出租车, 船等)缓慢巡行 n. 航游,游弋

Many girls have no idea what a cruise missile is.

许多女孩都不知道巡航导弹是何物.

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[kr]
crush

v. 压碎,碾碎;弄皱;压垮

Time would crush all pains.

时间会粉碎所有的痛苦。

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['klmnet]
culminate

v. (以. . . )告终

Years of waiting culminated in a tearful reunion.

多年的等待最终以含泪团聚而结局.

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['kjumjltv]
cumulative

a. 累积的;渐增的

The growth of sales is a cumulative process.

销售额的增长是个累积的过程。

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['kr()nt]
current

adj. 现在的;最近的;流通的,通用的

A scientist should always be able to stay current in his field of studies.

科学家应能始终跟上他研究领域的新发展.

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['kstm]
custom

n. 习俗;风俗;惯例 [p海关,关税

In ancient times the custom of shaking hands served to transfer power or authority.

在古时候,握手的惯例用以表示转樱桃视频在线视频观看让力量或权威.

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['dz()l]
dazzle

v. (使)眩目,(耀)眼; 使赞叹不已,使倾倒 n. 耀眼的光; 令人赞叹的东西

He was dazzled by his sudden success.

突然的成功冲昏了他的头脑.

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[d'ke]
decay

v. 腐朽,腐烂;衰减,衰退

Each civilization is born, culminates, and decays.

各种文明都要历经诞生、合欢视频APP鼎盛和衰落.

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[d'siv]
deceive

v. 欺骗,蒙蔽

You can't pass exams without working, so don't deceive yourself.

不努力是考不及格的,因此不要欺骗自己了。

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['dis()nt]
decent

adj. 体面的;得体的;令人满意的

Most university graduates consider white-collared position as decent jobs.

绝大多数大学毕业生都认为白领职位是体面的工作.

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['desm()l]
decimal

a. 十进位的 n. 小数

The decimal system is based on the number 10 and is universally adopted.

十进位制基于数字10,在全球被广泛地采用.

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[d'sasv]
decisive

a. 决定性的;坚定的, 果断的;决断的

Waterloo was the decisive battle of the whole war.

滑铁卢一役左右了整个战局.

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[d'klan]
decline

n.下倾, 下降

The United Kingdom is now no more than an empire that has declined.

大英帝国如今只是一个业已衰落的帝国.

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['dedket]
dedicate

v. 奉献,致力于;题词

Dedicated to My Beloved.

谨以此书献给我的至爱.

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[d'djus]
deduce

v. 演绎,推断,推论

Einstein tried to deduce the operating principle of the toy purely by reasoning, but he was in vain.

爱因斯坦想通过纯粹的推理来推断出这个玩具的工作原理,但却徒劳无功.

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[d'fit]
defeat

v. 打败,战胜,使受挫

The Chinese U-21 Football Team was defeated by the Argentina Team in the football match.

中国青年足球队在足球赛中输给了阿根廷队.

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[d'fend]
defend

v.保卫,防守;辩护

Fan Zhiyi is better at attacking than [defending].

范志毅的进攻优于防守.

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[d'fa]
defy

v. 公然反抗,不尊重,藐视;挑衅

The tabloid in England [defies] the censure of some people and keeps on publishing the Page Girl--- a picture of a pretty, scantily clad young woman each day.

英国的这家小报不顾一些人的指责,继续刊登第三版女郎--即每天在第三版刊登一幅着装性感的摩登女郎的玉照.

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[d'den()rt]
degenerate

vi. 衰退,堕落,蜕化 n. 堕落者 a. 衰退者,堕落的

Her health degenerated as the days went by.

她的健康状况日益恶化.

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[d'gred]
degrade

vt. 降低. . . 身份, 有辱. . . 人格

You degrade yourself when you tell a lie.

说谎会贬低自己的身份.

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