NameDescription
[krev]
crave

v. 渴望,热望

He knows that if they trust him, he can give them the happiness which they crave.

他认识到如果他们信赖他, 他能够把他们所热切渴望的幸福赐与他们。

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[tmp]
chimp

n.(非洲)黑猩猩

On average, human brains weigh about three pounds. Chimp brains only weigh a third as much.

平均来看,人类大脑的重量大约为三磅,而黑猩猩的大脑重量只有人类的三分之一。

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['ttm()nt]
attachment

n. 附件,附著,附属物,依恋,忠诚,依赖

She's on attachment to the Ministry of Defense.

她现在隶属于国防部。

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['skrfas]
sacrifice

v. 牺牲;祭祀;贱卖

They sacrificed oxen and sheep.

他们以牛羊为祭品。

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[we(r)]
ware

n. 商品,货物;物品

There are many small wares in the store.

商店里有许多种小百货。

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[vn]
oven

n. 炉,灶,灶箱

It is like an oven in here; please open the window.

这里热得象火炉, 请把窗户打开。

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[nk'sesb()l]
inaccessible

a.不能到达的

The scientist discovered the plant in the most inaccessible reaches of the jungle.

这位科学家在丛林深处最难进入的区域发现了这种植物。

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[djuplket]
duplicate

adj. 复制的,二重的

He gave me a duplicate key of his house.

他给了我另配了一套他房子的钥匙。

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['svlazd]
civilized

adj. 文明的

The use of torture must disgust any civilized person.

施用酷刑必为文明社会的人所不齿.

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[n'eθk()l]
unethical

adj. 不道德的,缺乏职业道德的

It is unethical for a boss to use someone as a whipping boy.

老板把别人当为替死鬼是很不道德的。

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['pres]
precious

adj. 珍贵的,贵重的,宝贵的

I believe that good health is the most precious thing for people.

我认为健康对人来说是最珍贵的财富。

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['harɑk]
hierarchy

n.阶层;等级制度

There is a hierarchy in all living creatures.

一切生物均可按等级分类。

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[kn'sitd]
conceited

adj. 自高自大的

I don't want to sound conceited, but I think my new book might be a best-seller.

我无意自夸,只是觉得我那本新书有可能成为畅销书。

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['ster()tap; 'str()-]
stereotype

v. 对…形成模式化的看法

Children from certain backgrounds tend to be [stereotyped] by their teachers.

教师往往模式化地根据合欢视频下载app破解版学生的背景将他们分类。

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['fktl; -tjl]
factual

adj.事实的, 实际的

This is a factual account of the war.

这是一篇有关这场战争的真实报道。

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[vn'dktv]
vindictive

adj. 复仇心的,报复性的

It is not right to harbor vindictive feelings.

怀有报复的念头是不对的。

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[pr'vktv]
provocative

adj. 挑衅的,激怒的,挑战的

Your question was not merely provocative.

你的问题不仅仅是挑衅性的。

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['lk()r]
luxury

n. 奢侈,豪华,奢侈品

The government has imposed strict controls over the import of luxury goods.

政府对奢侈品的进口采取了严格的管制。

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[k'sklud; ek-]
exclude

v. 拒绝,把…排除在外,排斥

We cannot exclude the possibility that he killed his wife.

向日葵视频app下载无限观看不能排除他杀了他妻子的可能性。

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[kn'fes]
confess

v. 供认,承认,坦白,忏悔

He confessed that he did not read the assigned book.

他承认他没有读指定的书。

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[wm]
worm

n. 虫,蠕虫

The dog has worms.

这狗长虫子。

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[tum]
tomb

n. 坟,冢

A group of student placed a wreath at the tomb of the national hero.

一群学生在那位民族英雄墓前献上花圈。

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['sl]
solo

n. 独奏; adj./adv. 单独的(地);独唱的(地)

The concert began with a piano solo.

音乐会以钢琴独奏曲拉开序幕。

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['reprmɑnd]
reprimand

v. 训斥

The principal [reprimanded] the student for his chronic lateness.

校长斥责那个学生不该接二连三地迟到。

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['pnd()rs]
ponderous

adj. 沉重的,笨重的,冗长的,沉闷的

He gave us a ponderous speech.

他发表了一通沉闷的演讲。

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['neɡldnt]
negligent

adj. 疏忽的

The action gave a remedy for willful or negligent damage to property.

该诉讼对故意或过失损害财产的行为要求给予补偿。

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['lntn]
lantern

n. 灯,灯笼

In China, people made a big lantern with bamboo and paper.

在中国,人们用竹子和纸来做一个大灯笼。

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[h'lers]
hilarious

adj. 欢闹的,愉快的,喜不自禁的

The party got quite hilarious after they brought more wine.

当他们拿来更多葡萄酒后聚会变得十分热闹起来。

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['far]
fiery

a. 炽热的,热烈的,暴躁的

She gave vent to her indignation in a fiery speech.

她在一篇激烈的演说中发泄怒气。

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['danrat]
downright

a.彻底的,明白的,率直的

He has a downright pleasant manner.

他有一种令人愉快的率直态度。

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['kret]
crater

n. 火山口,弹坑

Flames blazed out from the crater of the volcano.

火焰从火山口猛烈地喷出来。

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[ik]
chic

adj. 漂亮的,时髦的

She is always so chic and so elegant.

她总是那么时髦,那么优雅。

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['tm]
atom

n. 原子;微粒,微量

Scientists have unlocked the secret of the atom.

科学家已经揭开了原子的秘密。

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['wdrb]
wardrobe

n. 衣柜,衣厨;衣服;行头;剧装

You'd have more room in your wardrobe if you turfed out all your old clothes.

你把所有的旧衣服都处理掉, 衣柜里地方就大了.

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[at'we]
outweigh

v. 比…重;比…重要;比…有价值

The advantages of the plan outweigh its drawbacks.

该计划的优点胜过缺点。

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[sk]
sack

n. 开除;解雇

He got the sack for petty thieving.

他因小偷小摸遭到了解雇。

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['mprvaz]
improvise

v. 临时作成

The pianist forgot his music and had to improvise the accompaniment.

弹钢琴的人把乐谱忘了,只好即兴伴奏。

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['drdr]
drudgery

n. 苦差事,苦工;单调乏味的工作

I am afraid that I shall find it drudgery to teach music to beginner.

我恐怕会觉得教初学者音乐是个单调沉闷的工作。

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[svlazen]
civilization

n. 文明,文化

Without reading, [civilization] would disappear in one generation.

少了阅读,文明在一代内就会消失了。

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[n'kwvk()l]
unequivocal

adj. 不含糊的,明白的

The little boy stated his intentions unequivocally.

小男孩明确地说出自己的打算。

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