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outdated

adj.过时的

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outfox

a.以机智胜过

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outgoing

友好的,外向的

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outgrow

v.生长速度超过…,长得比…快

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outgrowth

结果,后果

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outlandish

古怪的,奇异的

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outlast

v.比…持久

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outlet

n.出口

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outline

n.轮廓;概要

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outlying

a.边远的,偏僻的

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outmaneuver

以谋略取胜

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outmoded

过时的,废弃的

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outnumber

数目超过,比…多

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outrage

v. to violate accepted standards or principles: offend; v. to arouse anger or resentment in usually by some grave offense; n. the anger and resentment aroused by injury or insult: wrath; n. an act of violence or brutality

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outrageous

adj.过分的,难以容忍的;极坏的,极可怕的

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outset

开端,开始

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outshine

v.比…光亮;出色,优异

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outspoken

a.直言不讳的,坦率的

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outstrip

v.超越,超过;比…跑得快; surpass, exceed; be larger or better than; leave behind

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outweigh

v.比…重,比…更重要

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outwit

瞒骗,以智取胜

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oval

adj.卵形的,椭圆形的

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oven

n.烤箱,烤炉,灶

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overawe

v.威慑

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overbalance

v.使失去平衡

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overbear

v.压倒;镇压;比…更重要,超过

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overbearing

专横傲慢的;压倒一切的,(在力量或重要性上)势不可挡的;支配的,显著的

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overblown

a.盛期已过的,残败的;夸张的

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overcast

adj.阴天的,阴暗的

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overconfident

adj.过于自信的,自负的

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overcrowded

v.(使)过度拥挤

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overcuriosity

过于好奇

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overdraw

v.透支;夸大

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overdue

a.过期未付的;晚来的,延误的

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overemphasize

v.过分强调

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overestimate

v.评价过高

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overextend

过分扩展,过分扩张

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overflow

v.溢出;充满

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overhaul

v.彻底检查;大修

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overinflated

a.过度充气的

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overlap

(与…)部分重叠

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overload

v.使超载

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overlook

v.忽视;俯视; v. to look over: inspect; v. to look past or fail to notice: ignore; v. to superintend or oversee: supervise

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overpower

v.压倒

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overpowering

a.压倒性的,不可抗拒的

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overrate

v.对…评价过高,对…估价过高

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overreach

v.做事过头

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overreact

反应过度;反作用过强

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override

不顾

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overriding

a.最主要的,优先的

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overrule

v.驳回,否决

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oversee

v.监督

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overshadow

使变黯淡;(在重要性上)超越,超过; cast a shadow over, darken; dominate, make to seem less important

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oversight

n.疏忽,失察,勘漏

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overstate

v.夸张,对…言过其实

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overt

明显的,公开的

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overtax

v.课税过重

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overthrow

v./n.推翻;终止

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overtire

v.使过度疲劳

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overture

前言;序曲

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overturn

v.翻倒;推翻,倾覆

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overweening

adj.傲慢的,专横的; adjective: arrogant; presumptuous

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overwhelm

淹没;(感情上、精神上)使无所适从,使难以承受

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overwrought

十分激动的,非常不安的;(装饰、文风等)过分华丽的; overly nervous, agitated, or excited; too ornate, elaborate, or fussy; overdone

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oxidize

v.氧化,生锈

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oxymoron

矛盾修饰法

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pacifist

n.和平主义者,反战主义者

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pacify

使平静,安慰

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pack

n.兽群

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packed

a.充满人的,拥挤的;压紧的,压实的

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pact

n.协定,条约

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padding

夸张,废话

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paean

欢乐颂; song of joy or triumph; a fervent expression of joy

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pagan

n.没有宗教信仰的人;异教徒

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painstaking

煞费苦心的; adj. involving diligent care and effort: taking pains: careful

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painstakingly

adv.细心地,专注地;辛苦地

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palatable

感到愉悦满足的; adjective: acceptable to the taste or mind

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palate

n.上腭;口味;爱好

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palatial

宫殿般奢华的; suitable for or resembling a palace, magnificent

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palaver

对话,交流;闲聊; verb: speak (about unimportant matters) rapidly and incessantly

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paleolithic

a.旧石器时代的

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paleontology

study of past geological eras through fossil remains

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palette

n.调色板,颜料配置

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palimpsest

noun: something that has been changed numerous times but on which traces of former iterations can still be seen

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pall

失去兴趣

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palliate

平息,减轻; make less serious or severe; relieve symptoms of an illness

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palliative

n.缓释剂;a.减轻的,缓和的

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pallid

无生气的,缺乏活力的;苍白无血色的; abnormally pale (as skin); lacking color or vitality

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palmy

繁荣的

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palpability

可触知性;明显;察觉

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palpable

摸得到的;明显的,易觉察的

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palpitate

v.(心脏)急速跳动

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palpitation

(有节奏的)舒张收缩

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palter

欺骗,讨价还价

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paltry

无价值的,微不足道的;让人厌恶的,让人鄙视的

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pamper

v.纵容,过分关怀

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pan

严厉批评

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panacea

万能药,万灵药; noun: hypothetical remedy for all ills or diseases; a universal solution

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panache

炫耀; noun: distinctive and stylish elegance

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pancreas

n.胰腺

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pandemic

大范围流行的

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pandemonium

喧嚣,骚动

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pander

v.怂恿,迎合(不良欲望)

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pane

n.窗格玻璃

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panegyric

赞颂之词,颂文; noun: a formal expression of praise

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pang

n.一阵剧痛

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panic

a.恐慌的;n.恐慌,惊惶

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panoply

splendid, wide-ranging, impressive display or array

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panorama

n.概观,全景

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panoramic

全景的

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pantomime

n.哑剧

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parable

寓言

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paradigm

典范,模范; model or pattern; worldview, set of shared assumptions, values, etc.

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paradigmatic

典范的

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paradise

天堂,极乐世界;快乐,狂喜

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paradox

表面矛盾实际可能正确的话,悖论; contradiction, or seeming contradiction that is actually true

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paradoxical

adj.矛盾的;不正常的; adjective: seemingly contradictory but nonetheless possibly true

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paragon

优秀模范;把…比作,显示相似; noun: model of excellence or perfection of a kind; one having no equal; noun: an ideal instance; a perfect embodiment of a concept

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parallelism

n.平行,类似

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paralyze

v.使瘫痪;使无效

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paramount

最重要的

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paranoid

多疑的,对他人极端恐惧和怀疑的

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paraphrase

转述,意译,改写

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parasite

n.食客;寄生物

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parasitic

adj.寄生的

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parch

炽,烤,烤干

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pare

v.削;修剪;削减,缩减; peel or cut off the outer layer (such as peeling fruit with a knife), reduce or trim as if cutting off the outer parts

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parenthesis

间断

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pariah

被排斥或鄙视的人; noun: an outcast

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parity

相称,同等,平等; n. the quality or state of being equal or equivalent: equality

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parley

n./v.和谈;会谈; discussion, negotiation, esp. between enemies (noun); to have such a discussion (verb)

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parliamentary

a.议会(制)的

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parlous

a.靠不住的,危险的

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parochial

a.教区的;地方性的,狭小的; adjective: narrowly restricted in scope or outlook

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parochialism

狭隘

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parody

(以嘲笑原作作者的)模仿作品;模仿(以嘲弄); n. a literary work in which the style is imitated for comic effect or in ridicule

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paroxysm

(感情、动作的)突发;(政治、社会领域的)大动荡

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parrot

(机械地)模仿,复制

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parry

躲避(问题); deflect or avoid (esp. a blow or attack); skillfully evade (a question)

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parsimonious

过度节俭的,吝啬的; adjective: extremely frugal; miserly

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parsimony

n.过分节俭,吝啬

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partial

偏袒的,偏爱的;部分的,不完整的; biased, prejudiced, favoring one over others; having a special liking for something or someone

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partiality

n.偏袒,偏心

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participate

v.分担;参与;分享

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participation

n.参与,参加

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particular

n.细节,详情

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particularity

n.独特性

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particularize

详述

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particulate

a.微粒的;n.微粒

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partisan

跟随者,信徒;(狂热、坚定的)拥护者,支持者;偏袒的; devoted to a particular group, cause, etc. (adj); fervent supporter of a group, party, idea, etc.; guerilla fighter (noun)

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partition

分割,划分

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parturition

n.生产,分娩

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parvenu

noun: a person who has suddenly become wealthy, but not socially accepted as part of a higher class

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passe

a.已过盛年的;过时的

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passionate

a.充满激情的

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passive

a.被动的,缺乏活力的

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passively

adv.被动地,顺从地

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pastiche

(带嘲讽的)模仿;大杂烩; mix of incongruous parts; artistic work imitating the work of other artists, often satirically

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pastoral

a.田园生活的;宁静的; adjective: relating to the countryside in a pleasant sense

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pastry

n.糕点,点心

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patch

n.补丁;一小片(土地)

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patchwork

混杂

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patent

显而易见的,明显的; adjective: glaringly obvious

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pathetic

a.引起怜悯的,令人难过的

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pathogenic

capable of producing disease

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pathological

不正常的,病态的; relating to or caused by disease; relating to compulsive bad behavior

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pathology

n.病理学

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pathos

悲怆,同情,怜悯;痛苦

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patience

n.耐性

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patina

外表;(由内而外散发的)氛围,气场

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patois

jargon; a regional dialect

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patriarchal

a.家长的,族长的;父权制的

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patrician

贵族,名门望族;贵族的,地位高的

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patriot

爱国者

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patriotism

n.爱国主义,爱国心

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patronage

n.资助,赞助;惠顾

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patronize

赞助;以高人一等的态度对待; verb: treat condescendingly

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patronizing

a.以恩惠态度对待的,要人领情的; condescending, having a superior manner, treating as an inferior

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paucity

少量,缺乏; noun: a lack of something

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paunchy

大腹便便的,大肚子的

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pauper

n.贫民;乞丐

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pavid

a.害怕的,胆小的

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pawn

v.典当,抵押;n.典当,抵押,被利用的小人物

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peachy

a.极好的,漂亮的

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peak

v.变得憔悴,消瘦

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peaky

adj.消瘦的,虚弱的

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pecan

n.山核桃

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peccadillo

small sin or fault

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peck

大量;(不情愿地)小口咬

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peckish

a.饿的;急躁的

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peculate

v.挪用(公款)

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peculiar

a.独特的;古怪的

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peculiarity

特征,特点

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pecuniary

a.金钱的; adjective: relating to or involving money

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pedagogic

a.教育学的

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pedagogical

教学的,教师的

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pedagogue

教育者,老师

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pedagogy

n.教育学,教学法

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pedal

n.踏板,脚蹬;v.骑自行车

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pedant

书呆子,墨守成规之人; person who pays excessive attention to book learning and rules, or who uses his or her learning to show off

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pedantic

adjective: marked by a narrow focus on or display of learning especially its trivial aspects

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pedantry

n.迂腐

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peddle

v.兜售; travel around while selling; sell illegally; give out or disseminate

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pedestal

n.(柱石或雕像的)基座

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pedestrian

行人;平庸无奇的,令人厌倦的; adjective: lacking imagination

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peek

v.偷看

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peel

剥去…的皮;脱去(衣服等)

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peep

一瞥;轻声

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peer

同等地位的人,同辈;好奇地凝视

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peerless

a.无可匹敌的,出类拔萃的

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peery

a.窥视的;好奇的;怀疑的

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peeve

打扰,惹恼

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peevish

a.不满的,抱怨的;暴躁的,坏脾气的,易怒的; adjective: easily irritated or annoyed

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pejorative

轻蔑的,贬低的; adjective: expressing disapproval (usu. refers to a term)

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pell-mell

adv.混乱地

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pellucid

透明的;清晰明确的,易懂的; adjective: transparently clear; easily understandable

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pelt

v.扔;n.毛皮

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pen

监狱;关押,监禁

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penal

adj.惩罚的,刑罚的

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penalize

v.置…于不利地位;处罚

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penalty

(对罪行的)处罚

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penance

n.自我惩罚

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penchant

嗜好,迷恋; liking or inclination (usually penchant for)

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pendent

a.吊着的,悬挂的

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pending

a.即将发生的;未决的

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pendulous

a.下垂的

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pendulum

n.摆,钟摆

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penetrate

v.刺穿;渗入;了解

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penetrating

a.(声音)响亮的,尖锐的;(气味)刺激的;(思想)敏锐的,有洞察力的; adj. demonstrating ability to recognize or draw fine distinctions: acute

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penicillin

n.青霉素

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penitent

悔过的; regretful, feeling remorse for one's sins or misdeeds (adj); a person who feels this way (noun)

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pensive

沉思的,(尤指)哀思的; adj. suggestive of sad thoughtfulness

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penumbra

outer part of a shadow from an eclipse; any surrounding region, fringe, periphery; any area where something "sort of" exists

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penurious

adjective: lacking money; poor; adjective: miserly

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penury

贫穷;吝啬,节俭; extreme poverty or scarcity

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per se

intrinsically; by itself; in itself

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perambulate

徒步穿越,走过

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perceive

verb: to be aware of, to sense or feel

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perceptible

可察觉的

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perception

n.感觉,知觉;洞察力

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perceptive

敏锐的;洞察力强的

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perch

v.(鸟等)栖息

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percipient

adjective: highly perceptive

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percolate

v.过滤出;渗透

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peregrinate

travel from place to place, esp. on foot

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peregrination

wandering from place to place

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peremptory

不容反抗的;爱发号施令的;傲慢的; adjective: bossy and domineering

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perennial

a.终年的,全年的;永久的,持久的; adjective: lasting an indefinitely long time; eternal; everlasting

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perfervid

非常热情的

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perfidious

a.不忠的,背信弃义的; disloyal, treacherous, violating one's trust

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perfidy

不忠,背信弃义; noun: an act of deliberate betrayal; a breach of a trust

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perforate

打孔,穿透

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perfume

n.香味;香水

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perfunctory

例行公事的,敷衍的;不感兴趣的; adjective: done routinely and with little interest or care

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perigee

point in an orbit that is closest to the earth

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peril

n.危险

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perilous

危险的

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perimeter

边界,界限

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periodic

a.周期的,定期的

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periodical

期刊;周期性的,有固定间隔的

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peripatetic

巡游的,四处游历的; adjective: traveling by foot

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peripheral

外围的;辅助性的; relating to or making up an outer boundary or region; not of primary importance, fringe

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periphery

n.次要部分;外围,周围

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periphrastic

a.迂回的,冗赘的

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perish

死亡,消亡

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perishable

a.易腐烂的,易变质的;n.易腐烂的东西

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perishing

a.严寒的

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perjure

v.使作伪证,发假誓

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perjury

n.伪证,假誓

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perk

v.恢复,振作;打扮

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perky

a.得意洋洋的;活泼的

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permanent

永恒的

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permeable

可渗透的; penetrable

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permeate

v.扩散,弥漫;穿透; spread or penetrate throughout

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permissive

a.过分纵容的;许可的,容许的

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pernicious

有害的; adjective: exceedingly harmful; working or spreading in a hidden and injurious way

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peroration

(演讲的)结束语;(正式的)演讲,致辞

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perpendicular

a.垂直的,竖直的

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perpetrate

v.犯罪;负责

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perpetual

永恒的,不断的

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perpetuate

v.使永存; verb: cause to continue

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perplex

v. to make unable to grasp something clearly: puzzle; v. to make intricate or involved: complicate

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perquisite

额外的好处; noun: a right reserved exclusively by a particular person or group (especially a hereditary or official right)

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persecute

迫害,折磨

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persevere

坚持不懈,不屈不挠

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persiflage

打趣

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persist

v.坚持不懈,执意;坚持问,不停地说;继续存在,长存

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persistence

坚持,持续

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persistent

坚持不懈地,持续存在的;固执的

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persnickety

a.势利的;爱挑剔的

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personable

风度翩翩的,吸引人的

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personally

adv.亲自,作为个人

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perspective

n.思考方法;观点,看法;透视法

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perspicacious

极敏锐的,有洞察力的; adjective: acutely insightful and wise

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perspicuity

清晰明了

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perspicuous

a.明晰的,明了的

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perspire

v.出汗

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persuasive

a.易使人信服的,有说服力的

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pertain

有关联

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pertinacious

顽固的,固执地坚持的

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pertinacity

坚定;顽固,顽强

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pertinent

相关的,恰当的; adjective: having precise or logical relevance to the matter at hand

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perturb

使扰乱,使烦躁不安; verb: disturb in mind or cause to be worried or alarmed

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peruse

细读; verb: to read very carefully

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pervade

弥漫,充满; v. to become diffused throughout every part of: permeate

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pervasive

adj.弥漫的,遍布的; tending to spread throughout

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perverse

a.刚愎自用的,固执的

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pervert

v.使堕落;滥用;歪曲

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pervious

a.可渗透的,可通过的

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pessimistic

悲观的

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pester

v.纠缠,烦扰

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pesticide

n.杀虫剂

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pestilent

a.致命的;有害的

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pestilential

a.引起瘟疫的;致命的;极讨厌的

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pestle

n.杵,碾槌

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petal

n.花瓣

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petition

请愿,正式的申请,申请书;(尤指正式地)请求

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petitioner

n.请愿人

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petrify

使僵化,使失去活力

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petroleum

n.石油

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pettish

a.易怒的,闹情绪的

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petty

细微的,不重要的

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petulance

n.易怒,性急,暴躁

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petulant

易怒的,爱发脾气的; adjective: easily irritated or annoyed

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phalanx

formation of soldiers carrying shields close together for defense; any very close group of people

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phantasmagorical

adjective: illusive; unreal

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phantom

n.鬼怪,幽灵;幻影,幻象

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pharisaic

a.伪善的,伪装虔诚的

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pharmaceutical

a.制药的,卖药的

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pharmacology

n.药理学,药物学;药理

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phenomenal

不寻常的,非凡的

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philanthropic

博爱的,为他人着想的; adj. characterized by philanthropy or charity: humanitarian

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philanthropy

efforts to improve the well-being of humankind, generally through giving money

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philately

n.集邮

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philistine

市侩(注重物质而鄙视智慧或艺术的人); adjective: smug and ignorant towards artistic and cultural values

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philology

n.语文学,语文研究

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philosophic

adj.哲学(家)的

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phlegmatic

冷静的,无感情的,淡漠的; adjective: showing little emotion

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phobia

n.恐惧症

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phoenix

n.凤凰,长生鸟; anything that is restored after suffering great destruction

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phonetic

a.语音的

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phony

a.假的,欺骗的; fake, counterfeit, insincere, not genuine

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photosensitive

a.感光性的

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photosynthesis

n.光合作用

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physical

adj.实质的,有形的;身体的,肉体的

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physiognomy

facial features

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physiological

a.生理(技能)的;生理学的

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picayune

adjective: trifling or petty (a person)

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picayunish

a.微不足道的,不值钱的

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pictorial

a.绘画的;用图片的

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picturesque

a.如画的;独特的,别具风格的

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piddle

v.鬼混,浪费

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piddling

微不足道的

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piebald

杂色的;混合的,杂糅而成的

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piecemeal

a.一件一件的,零碎的

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pied

a.杂色的

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pierce

v.刺穿;穿透

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piercing

a.冷得刺骨的;敏锐的

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piety

n.孝顺,孝敬;虔诚; devoutness

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pigment

颜料;给…上颜色

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pilfer

偷窃

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pilgrim

n.朝圣者,(在国外的)旅行者

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pillage

n.抢劫,掠夺;v.抢夺

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pillar

柱子;(物质、精神等方面的)支柱

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pillory

当众嘲弄; verb: ridicule or expose to public scorn

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pilot

领航员,飞行员;初步性的,试验性的;带领通过

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pinch

v.捏,掐;n.一撮,少量

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pine

渴望,奢望;因渴望而憔悴; verb: to yearn for

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pinnacle

顶峰; noun: the highest point

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pinpoint

非常精确的;精确定位或确认

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pioneer

扩荒者,先驱者;最初的,最早的;开创,创造

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pious

(信仰上)虔诚的;忠诚的; devout; religiously reverent and dutiful

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piousness

n.虔诚

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piquant

辛辣开胃的;令人振奋的; adjective: having an agreeably pungent taste

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pique

使愤怒;激起,刺激; fleeting feeling or hurt pride

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pirate

盗版,盗用;海盗; v. to take or appropriate without authorization

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pirouette

n.(舞蹈)脚尖着地的旋转

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piscatorial

a.捕鱼的,渔业的

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pitcher

n.有柄水罐

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piteous

a.可怜的

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pitfall

陷阱;(不易察觉的)危害

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pith

n.精髓,要点; noun: the most essential part of something

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pithiness

n.简洁

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pithy

精练的,简洁的; adjective: concise and full of meaning

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pitiful

a.值得同情的,可怜的

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pitiless

没有同情心的

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pittance

少量津贴; noun: a small amount (of money)

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pivot

n.枢轴,中心;v.旋转

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pivotal

最关键的,最为重要的

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placard

n.招贴,布告;v.张贴布告

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placate

(通过让步以)平息抚慰; verb: cause to be more favorably inclined; gain the good will of

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placebo

安慰性的事物

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placid

宁静的,风平浪静的;冷静的,淡定的; adjective: not easily irritated

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plagiarism

剽窃行为;剽窃物

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plagiarize

剽窃,抄袭

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plague

n.瘟疫;讨厌的人;v.烦扰

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plain

a.简单的;清楚的;不漂亮的,不好看的;n.平原

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plainspoken

adj.直言不讳的

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plaintive

a.哀伤的,悲伤的; melancholy; mournful

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plait

n.发辫;v.编成辫

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plangent

轰鸣的;凄凉的,哀伤的

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plank

n.厚木板;要点;v.铺板

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plaster

n.灰泥,石膏;v.抹灰泥

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plastic

可塑的;虚假的,做作的; able to be shaped or formed; easily influenced

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plasticity

可塑性;适应性; pliability; condition of being able to be shaped or formed

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plateau

高原;稳定时期,平台期

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platitude

陈词滥调;缺乏原创性; noun: a trite or obvious remark

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platitudinous

adj.陈腐的

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platonic

a.理论的;精神上的,纯友谊的; spiritual; theoretical

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plaudit

v.喝彩,赞扬

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plausible

看似有理的; believable; having the appearance of truth

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playful

爱开玩笑的,好打闹的

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plaza

n.广场;集市

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plead

v.恳求;辩护

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pleat

打褶

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plebeian

平民的,社会下层; of the common people

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pledge

n.誓言,保证;v.发誓

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plenary

a.全体出席的;完全的,绝对的,无限的

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plenitude

n.完全;大量

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plentitude

丰富,充沛;大量

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pleonastic

a.冗言的

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plethora

过量,过剩; excess; excessive amount

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pliable

易弯曲的,柔软的;易受影响的,温顺的

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pliant

易弯曲的;顺从的; adj. supple enough to bend freely without breaking: pliable; adj. easily influenced: yielding

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plight

困境

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plod

沉重缓慢地走; v. to work laboriously and monotonously: drudge; v. to walk or proceed slowly or tediously: trudge

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plodder

行走缓慢的人

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plodding

adj.无聊的,单调乏味的; adjective: (of movement) slow and laborious

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plot

n.情节;阴谋;v.密谋,策划

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plough

n.犁;v.犁地

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ploy

n.花招,策略; noun: a clever plan to turn a situation to one's advantage

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pluck

敢于面对困难的勇气;弹奏(弦乐)

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plucky

adjective: marked by courage and determination

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plumb

测深度;垂直的;完全的,绝对的;仔细深入地检查;探索,探究; to examine deeply; determine the depth

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plumber

n.管子工,铅管工

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plummet

突然下降; plunge, fall straight down

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plump

丰满的;鼎力支持,赞不绝口

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plunder

v.抢劫,掠夺

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plunge

突然下降;插入,刺入

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pluralist

n.兼职者,兼任数个宗教职位者

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plush

(味道等)浓郁的;奢华的,豪华的

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plutocracy

rule by the wealthy

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poach

水煮

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pod

n.豆荚;v.剥掉(豆荚)

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podiatrist

n.足病医生

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podium

n.(乐队的)指挥台,讲坛

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poignancy

n.辛辣;尖锐

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poignant

a.令人痛苦的,伤心的;尖锐的,尖刻的; adjective: emotionally touching

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pointer

(仪表上的)指针;忠告,建议

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poise

v.使平衡;n.泰然自若,沉着自信

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poisonous

a.有毒的;有害的

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poke

v.刺,戳

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polar

a.极地的,两极的,近地级的;磁极的

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polarize

使分开对立,使两极分化

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polarized

divided into sharply opposed groups

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polemic

争执; noun: a strong verbal or written attack on someone or something.

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polemical

a.引起争论的,好辩的; adj. of, relating to, or being an argument: controversial; adj. engaged in or addicted to arguments: disputatious

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polish

v.磨光,擦亮;n.上光剂;优雅; n. freedom from rudeness or coarseness: culture; n. a smooth glossy surface: luster

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polished

有教养的;擦亮的

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polite

adj.文雅的,有教养的

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politic

精明能干的;合时宜的,明智的; shrewd, pragmatic; tactful or diplomatic

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politically

adv.政治上

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poll

n.民意调查;投票选举

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pollen

n.花粉

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pollinate

v.对…授粉

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pollster

n.民意调查员

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Pollyannaish

adjective: extremely optimistic

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polyglot

speaking or composed of many languages (of a person, book, etc.); a person who knows several languages

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polymath

n.学识渊博的人,博学者

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pomposity

n.自大的行为或言论

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pompous

浮夸的;傲慢的

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poncho

n.斗篷;雨衣

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ponder

v.仔细考虑,衡量

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ponderable

有价值的,值得考虑的; adj. significant enough to be worth considering: appreciable

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ponderous

沉重的;沉闷无聊的; adjective: weighed-down; moving slowly

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pontifical

a.教皇的;自负的;武断的

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pontificate

傲慢地做或说; verb: talk in a dogmatic and pompous manner

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poohed

a.疲倦的

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pool

n.资源的集合;可共享的物资

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pop

v.发出“砰”的一声;突然出现

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popularity

受欢迎

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populous

a.人口稠密的

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pore

仔细浏览,仔细研究

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porous

多孔可渗透的; full of holes; permeable to liquids

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portend

v.预兆,预示

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portentous

预兆性的,凶兆的;勾起兴趣的,令人遐想的; adjective: ominously prophetic

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portray

v.描绘,描画;描述

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poseur

故作姿态的,不真诚的人; person who affects an attitude to impress others

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posit

假定,断定; verb: assume as fact

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positive

adj.积极的;明确的;有信心的;无条件的;n.正片;积极的要素或特点

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positiveness

n.肯定,确信

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possess

v.拥有;支配,主宰;受摆布,缠住,迷住

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possessed

a.着迷的,入迷的

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postdate

v.填迟…的日期

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poster

n.海报,招贴画

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posthumous

a.死后的,身后的; happening or continuing after death

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posthumously

adv.死后地

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postiche

a.伪造的,假的;n.伪造品;假发

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postoperative

adj.手术后的