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postulate

前提条件;假定为真

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posture

姿势,姿态;故作姿态,装模作样

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postwar

adj.战后的

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potable

饮品,尤指有酒精饮料;适于饮用的

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potation

n.饮,喝;饮料,酒

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potboiler

n.粗制滥造的文艺作品

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potent

a.强有力的,有影响力的,有权力的;有效力的,有效能的

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potentate

有权势的人; ruler, person of great power

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potential

a.潜在的,可能的

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potentiate

激活,加强

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pother

n.喧闹,骚动;v.烦恼

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potpourri

n.混杂物;杂烩

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potshot

n.盲目射击;肆意抨击;v.肆意抨击

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potted

a.盆栽的;瓶装的,罐装的,壶装的

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pottery

n.制陶;制陶工艺;陶器

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pouch

n.小袋;v.使成袋状;将(某物)装入袋内

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pounce

n.(猛禽的)爪;猛扑;v.猛扑,突然袭击

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pound

v.猛击,连续重击;(心脏)狂跳,怦怦地跳

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pout

(尤指撅嘴或板着脸)表示不悦

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powwow

noun: an informal meeting or discussion

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practitioner

职业人士

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pragmatic

实用主义的,务实的; adjective: guided by practical experience and observation rather than theory

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prairie

大草原

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prance

v.昂首阔步

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prank

n.恶作剧,玩笑

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prate

闲聊,空谈; to talk idly; chatter

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prattle

talk in an idle, simple-minded, meaningless, or foolish way; chatter, babble

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preach

传道,布道

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preachy

说教的(didactic)

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preamble

n.前言,序言;先兆; introductory statement , preface

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precarious

危险的,不稳定的;可疑的,不明确的; adjective: fraught with danger

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precede

v.在…之前,早于

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precedent

先例,前例;先前的; noun: an example that is used to justify similar occurrences at a later time

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precept

n.箴言,格言;规则; principle; law

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precipice

悬崖峭壁

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precipitate

匆忙的;促使,导致; adjective: hasty or rash; verb: to cause to happen

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precipitation

沉积物,尤指降水;仓促

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precipitous

非常陡峭的;匆忙的; adjective: done with very great haste and without due deliberation

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précis

concise summary, abstract

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precise

a.精确的,准确的,确切的

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preclude

预先阻止;排斥; verb: keep from happening or arising; make impossible

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precocious

a.早熟的; adjective: characterized by or characteristic of exceptionally early development or maturity (especially in mental aptitude)

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precocity

过早(出现);早熟

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preconception

n.先入之见;偏见

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precursor

先驱者,先导; something that comes before, esp. something that also announces or suggests something on its way

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predate

提前;在…之前

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predator

n.食肉动物

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predatory

a.掠夺的;食肉的

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predecessor

前任,先辈

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predestine

预先注定

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predetermine

v.预先注定,预先决定

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predict

预言

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predictable

adj.可预知的

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predilection

爱好,偏袒; noun: a strong liking

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predispose

v.使预先有倾向;(使)易受感染

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predisposed

having an inclination or tendency beforehand; susceptible

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predominant

a.支配的,占优势的,主导的

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predominate

v.统治;(数量上)占优势,以…为主

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preeminent

优秀的,重要的

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preempt

预先占有;替换; verb: take the place of or have precedence over

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preemptive

adjective: done before someone else can do it

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preen

整理(羽毛);打扮修饰;自满

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prefabricated

a.预制构件的

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preface

序言

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preferably

adv.更可取地,更好地,宁可

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prefigure

v.预示;预想

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pregnant

重要的,意味深长的;怀孕的

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prehensile

a.能抓住东西的,缠绕的; capable of grasping

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prehistoric

a.史前的

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prejudice

n.偏见,成见;v.使产生偏见

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preliminary

a.预备的,初步的,开始的

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prelude

n.序幕,前奏; n. an introductory performance or action preceding a later matter: overture

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premature

a.早熟的,过早的

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premeditate

预谋,预先考虑

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premiere

n.(电影,戏剧等)首次公演

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premise

n.前提

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premium

n.保险费;奖金

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premonition

n.预感,预兆; forewarning; presentiment

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preoccupation

非常关心,全神贯注

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preponderant

占优势的,更重要的

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preponderate

v.超过,胜过

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prepossessing

给人好感的,有魅力的; adj. tending to create a favorable impression: attractive

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preposterous

荒谬的,不符合常理的

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prerequisite

先决条件,前提

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prerogative

特权,权力

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presage

征兆;预示,预言; to foretell; indicate in advance

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prescience

预知,先见; noun: the power to foresee the future

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prescient

adj.有先见的,预知的; having foreknowledge or foresight, seeing the future

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prescribe

v.开处方;规定

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prescription

规定,传统的规矩

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presentation

n.介绍;描述

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presentiment

n.预感; noun: a feeling of evil to come

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preservation

保护;保存,保养

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preservative

防腐剂

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preserve

v.保护;保存

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preside

v.担任主席;负责;指挥

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press

v.挤压

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pressing

a.紧迫的,迫切的;恳切要求的

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prestige

声望,威望

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prestigious

a.有名望的,有威望的; adj. having an illustrious reputation: respected

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presume

v.推定,假定;认定

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presumption

n.放肆,傲慢;假定; noun: an assumption that is taken for granted; noun: audacious (even arrogant) behavior that you have no right to

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presumptive

based on inference or assumption; providing reasonable grounds for belief

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presumptuous

放肆的,冒昧的;傲慢的; adjective: excessively forward

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presuppose

v.预先假定;以…为先决条件

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presupposition

n.预想,臆测

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pretence

n.假装;借口

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pretense

虚假,伪装;自大,优越感

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pretension

n.自负,骄傲;要求,主张

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pretentious

a.夸耀的,炫耀的;自命不凡的,狂妄的; claiming or demanding a position of importance or dignity, esp. when unjustified; showing off, creating a deceptive, false show of worth

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preternatural

超乎寻常的; supernatural, exceptional

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pretext

n.借口; n. a fictitious reason that is concocted in order to conceal the real reason

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prevail

盛行,战胜; verb: be widespread in a particular area at a particular time; be current; verb: prove superior

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prevalent

流行的,普遍的

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prevaricate

支吾其词,撒谎; verb: to speak in an evasive way

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preview

n.预演,预展;v.预演,预先查看

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previous

a.在先的,以前的

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prevision

n.预知,先见

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prey

n.被捕食的动物;受害者

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prig

n.自命清高者,道学先生

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primacy

noun: the state of being first in importance

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primal

adj.原始的,最初的;首要的

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prime

n.全盛时期;a.首先的;主要的;最好的

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primitive

adj.原始的,远古的;基本的

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primordial

原始的,最初的; original; existing from the beginning

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primp

精心打扮

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principal

主要的,重要的

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principled

having high moral standards

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prior

adj.在前的,优先的

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pristine

纯净的,质朴的,未被文明腐蚀的; adjective: unspoiled, untouched (usu. of nature); adjective: immaculately clean and unused

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privacy

n.隐居,隐退;隐私;秘密

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privation

缺乏,穷困; n. lack of what is needed for existence: deprivation, poverty

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privilege

n.特权,特殊利益

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probe

深入调查

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probity

正直; noun: integrity, strong moral principles

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problematic

adj.成问题的;有疑问的,值得怀疑的;未知的,未解决的; posing a problem; doubtful

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procedure

n.程序,手续

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proceeds

n.收入,实收款项

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procession

n.行列;列队行进

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proclaim

宣告,使…公之于众

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proclamation

n.宣布,公告

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proclivity

癖性,偏好; inclination, natural tendency

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procrastinate

(因为懒散)拖延

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procrustean

a.强求一致的

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procure

获得,取得

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procurement

n.取得,获得;采购

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prod

促使…行动

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prodigal

挥霍的;败家子; adjective: rashly or wastefully extravagant

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prodigious

巨大的;惊人的,了不起的; adjective: so great in size or force or extent as to elicit awe

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productivity

多产,丰产

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profane

亵渎;滥用

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profess

公开表明,公开承认;精通于

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proffer

献出,提供

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proficiency

n.进步;熟练,精通

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proficient

熟练的,精通的

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profile

n.外形,轮廓;(尤指人面部的)侧面

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profitable

a.有利可图的

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profiteer

n.奸商,牟取暴利者

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profit-monger

利益贩子

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profligacy

n.放荡;肆意挥霍

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profligate

挥金如土的,挥霍的;败家子;堕落的人; adjective: spending resources recklessly or wastefully; noun: someone who spends resources recklessly or wastefully

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profound

a.深的,深刻的,深远的;渊博的,深奥的; very insightful, penetrating deeply into a subject; pervasive intense, "down to the very bottom"; at the very bottom

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profundity

深奥,深刻

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profuse

a.丰富的;浪费的; adjective: plentiful; pouring out in abundance

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profusion

丰富,大量;挥霍,浪费; noun: the property of being extremely abundant

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progenitor

n.祖先

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progeny

n.后代,子孙

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prognosis

n.(对病情的)预断,预后

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prognosticate

v.预言,预示

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prognostication

noun: a statement made about the future

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prohibit

v.禁止;阻止

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prohibitive

禁止的,阻止的;(价格高得)抑制购买的; tending to forbid something or serving to prevent something

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project

方案,计划;凸出;预测,预计

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projectile

n.抛射体

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projection

n.突起物,隆起物;设计,规划;v.发射,投射

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projector

n.电影放映机,幻灯机

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proliferate

快速繁殖,激增; increase or spread rapidly or excessively

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prolific

a.多产的,多果实的; adjective: intellectually productive

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prolix

啰嗦的,冗长的; excessively long and wordy (of a person, piece of writing, etc.)

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prolixity

noun: boring verbosity

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prologue

序言; introductory part to a book, play, etc.

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prolong

延长,拖延

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promenade

v./n.散步;开车兜风

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prominence

n.突出物;突出,显著

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prominent

a.显著的;著名的

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promise

承诺;预示

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promissory

a.允诺的,约定的

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promote

v.提升;促进

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promotion

n.晋升,促进

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prompt

v.促进,激起;a.敏捷的,迅速的

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promptness

n.迅速,敏捷;机敏

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promulgate

正式宣布; verb: state or announce

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prone

a.俯卧的;倾向于…的

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prong

v.刺,贯穿;n.叉子,尖齿;齿状物

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pronounced

a.显著的,明确的; distinct, strong, clearly indicated

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proofread

校对

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prop

n.支撑物,支柱;v.支持

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propaganda

n.宣传

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propagate

繁殖;传播,宣传; reproduce, spread, increase

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propel

v.推进,促进

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propensity

倾向,癖好; natural inclination or tendency

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prophecy

n.预言

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prophesy

v.预言

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prophet

n.先知,预言家

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prophetic

预言的,预示的; relating to prophesy, predicting, ominous

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propitiate

抚慰,劝解; verb: to placate or appease

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propitious

吉祥的; adjective: presenting favorable circumstances; likely to result in or show signs of success

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proponent

建议者,支持者; noun: a person who pleads for a cause or propounds an idea

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proposition

n.看法,主张;提议

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proprietary

所有权;私营的

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propriety

礼节;适当,得体; conforming to good manner or appropriate behavior; justness

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propulsion

n.推进力

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prorogue

v.休会;延期

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prosaic

单调的,常见的; adjective: dull and lacking imagination

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proscribe

禁止,排斥; verb: command against

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proscription

禁止;禁令

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prose

n.散文

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prosecute

v.起诉;告发

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prosecution

实行,执行

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proselytize

(使)改变信仰; verb: convert to another religion, philosophy, or perspective

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prospect

探查,勘探;期待,期望的事物

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prospective

potential, in the future

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prosperity

n.繁荣;幸运

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prosperous

成功的,繁盛的

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prostrate

平躺(的),使平躺;衰弱的,使衰竭

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protagonist

n.倡导者,拥护者

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protean

善变的;多才多艺的; adjective: readily taking on different roles; versatile

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protective

adj.保护的,防护的

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protest

v./n.抗议,反对

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protocol

正确的礼仪规范; n. a code prescribing adherence to correct etiquette and precedence: convention; n. an original draft, minute, or record of a document or transaction

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prototype

原型

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protozoan

n.原生动物

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protract

延长,拖长; v. to prolong in time or space: continue, extend

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protrude

突出

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protuberance

n.突起,突出

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protuberant

隆起的,凸出的

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provenance

n.来源,起源

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proverb

n.谚语

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proverbially

adv.人尽皆知地

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provident

节俭的;有远见的; adjective: careful in regard to your own interests; providing carefully for the future

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providential

天意的,幸运的; lucky, fortunate, or relating to divine care (the idea that a deity has helped or cared for a person)

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province

n.职能范围

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provincial

狭隘(的); adjective: characteristic of the a limited perspective; not fashionable or sophisticated

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provincialism

狭隘性

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provision

n.供应;(法律等)条款

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provisional

临时的; adjective: under terms not final or fully worked out or agreed upon

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provisory

有附带条件的;临时的

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provocation

n.挑衅,激怒

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provocative

adj.挑衅的,煽动的

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provoke

激怒;驱使,激起; v. to incite to anger: irritate; v. to call forth or bring about a feeling or action: evoke; v. to provide the needed stimulus for: motivate

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prowess

英勇,勇敢

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prowl

潜行于,巡游以猎取食物,徘徊

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proximity

n.接近,临近

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proxy

agent, substitute, person authorized to act on behalf of another

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prude

过分正经的人,一个过分关心自己是否得体、谦逊、或正确的人

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prudent

过分守礼的; wise in practical matters, carefully providing for the future

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prudish

明智的;小心谨慎的,审慎的

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prune

梅干;修剪,修正

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pry

刺探,打听

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pseudonym

假名,笔名

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psyche

n.心智,精神

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psychological

adj.心理学的;心理的,精神的

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psychology

心理学;心理战术

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publicize

v.(公开)宣传,宣扬;引人注意

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pucker

撇(嘴),(使)收缩

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puckish

淘气的,顽皮的

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puerile

幼稚的,不成熟的; adjective: of or characteristic of a child; displaying or suggesting a lack of maturity

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puffery

n.极力称赞,夸大,吹捧

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pugilism

boxing, fighting with the fists

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pugnacious

a.好斗的; adjective: eager to fight or argue; verbally combative

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puissance

权力; power, might

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puissant

a.强大的,有权力的; adjective: powerful

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pulchritude

美丽; physical beauty

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pullet

n.小母鸡

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pullulate

v.繁殖;充满

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pulp

n.果肉;纸浆

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pulpit

n.讲道坛

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pulverize

将…研磨成粉;将…彻底摧毁

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pun

双关语

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punch

v.以拳猛击;打孔

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punctilious

注意细节的,一丝不苟的; adjective: marked by precise accordance with details

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puncture

v.刺穿,戳破;n.刺孔,穿孔

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pundit

权威人士,专家; noun: someone who has been admitted to membership in a scholarly field

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pungent

辛辣的,讽刺的; having a sharp taste or smell; biting, stimulating, sharp

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punishment

n.惩罚,刑罚

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puny

微小的,弱小的

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purchase

n.支点(阻止东西下滑)

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purgatory

n.炼狱

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purge

v.清洗,洗涤

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purified

a.纯净的

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purify

v.使洁净,净化

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purity

纯净;纯洁,纯正

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purlieu

常去的地方;临近的地区

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purloin

偷窃

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purport

n.意义,涵义,主旨; to profess, suppose, claim

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purported

a.传言的,据称的

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purposefulness

有目的,故与;坚定

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purposiveness

n.目的性

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purse

v.缩拢,皱起;n.钱包

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pursuit

n.追赶;职业

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purvey

(大量)供给,供应

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pushover

容易击败的对手

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pushy

a.有进取心的,爱出风头的,固执己见的

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pusillanimous

懦弱的,胆小得令人鄙视的; cowardly, timid

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putative

a.公认的,推定的

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putrefy

a.使腐烂; v. to make rotten: decay; v. to morally corrupt

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putrid

a.腐臭的

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puzzling

让人费解的

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pyrrhic

adjective: describing a victory that comes at such a great cost that the victory is not worthwhile

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quack

骗子医生,江湖郎中

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quaff

大口地喝

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quagmire

n.沼泽地;困境; marsh, difficult situation

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quail

胆怯,畏缩; verb: draw back, as with fear or pain

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quaint

a.离奇有趣的;古色古香的

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qualified

a.合格的;有限制的; modified, limited, conditional on something else

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qualify

限定;使有资格,使有能力; verb: to be eligible for a role, status, or benefit by meeting specific requirements; verb: to make less severe; to limit (a statement)

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qualitative

定性的

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qualm

n.不安,良心的谴责; noun: uneasiness about the fitness of an action

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quandary

困惑,窘境; noun: state of uncertainty or perplexity especially as requiring a choice between equally unfavorable options

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quantifiable

adj.可以计量的,可量化的

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quantify

量化,确定…的数量

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quantum

n.量子;定量

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quarantine

隔离

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quarrel

v./n.争吵

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quarry

采石场;目标,猎物

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quash

镇压,阻止

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quaver

发颤音

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queer

a.奇怪的,反常的

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quell

压制;使平静,使安静; v. to thoroughly overwhelm and reduce to submission or passivity: pacify

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quench

熄灭;使满足

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querulous

抱怨的,爱发牢骚的; adjective: habitually complaining

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query

v.质疑,疑问,询问;n.问题,疑问; question

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queue

v.排队;n.长队

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quibble

吹毛求疵;牵强之词,微不足道的差别或不切中要点的异议,小反对; make trivial arguments or criticisms, find faults in a petty way, esp. to evade something more important

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quiescence

n.静止,沉寂

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quiescent

平静的,静止的; quiet, still

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quip

noun: a witty saying or remark; verb: to make a witty remark, to say in jest

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quirk

n.奇事;怪癖

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quirky

古怪的,独特的

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quisling

noun: a traitor

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quixotic

不切实际的,空想的; adjective: wildly idealistic; impractical

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quizzical

戏虐的;疑问的,探寻的

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quondam

a.原来的,以前的

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quorum

number of member necessary to conduct a meeting

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quota

配额,限额

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quote

v.引用,引述

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quotidian

每日的,平凡的; adjective: found in the ordinary course of events

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rabble

混乱的人群,暴民,下层群众

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rabid

狂热的,不冷静的

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raciness

n.生动活泼

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rack

v.使痛苦不堪,使受折磨

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raconteur

noun: a person skilled in telling anecdotes

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racy

活泼生动的

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radiant

a.发光的;容光焕发的

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radical

adj. marked by a considerable departure from the usual or traditional: extreme; adj. of or relating to the origin: fundamental

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radicalism

n.激进主义

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radically

adv.根本上;以激进方式

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raff

n.大量,许多

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raffish

低俗的; adjective: marked by a carefree unconventionality or disreputableness

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raffle

垃圾,废物

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raft

noun: a large number of something

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rag

n.旧布,碎布;破旧衣服

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rage

暴怒

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ragged

衣衫褴褛的;凹凸不平的,不光滑的

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ragtime

n.雷格泰姆音乐;a.使人发笑的,滑稽的

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rail

怒骂,猛烈抨击; to scold with bitter or abusive language

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raillery

noun: light teasing

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raiment

clothing

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raisin

n.葡萄干

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rakish

放荡的,行为不检的; adjective: marked by a carefree unconventionality or disreputableness

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ramble

漫步,漫游;漫谈,长篇大论(并经常离题)地说或写

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rambling

漫游的;冗余的

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rambunctious

喧闹的,骚乱的

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ramification

implication, consequence

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rampage

v.乱冲乱跑;n.狂暴行为

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rampant

(植物)生长茂盛的;猖獗的,不受限制的

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ramshackle

摇摇欲坠的

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ranching

n.大牧场

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rancid

a.不新鲜的,变味的

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rancor

敌意,深仇

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rancorous

adj. marked by ill will: deeply malevolent

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random

随机的,随意的

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rankle

激怒; verb: gnaw into; make resentful or angry

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ranks

personnel; a group of people considered all together

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ransom

n.赎金;赎身;v.赎回

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rant

(尤指长时间的)训斥,责骂;怒吼

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rapacious

食量大的,贪食的;过度贪婪的

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rapids

n.急流,湍流

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rapport

和睦,友好

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rapprochement

和睦,友好; noun: the reestablishing of cordial relations

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rapscallion

流氓,恶棍

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rapt

狂喜的,狂热的;全神贯注的

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rarefaction

n.稀薄

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rarefied

verb: make more subtle or refined

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rarefy

使稀薄; v. to make rare, thin, porous, or less dense: attenuate

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rash

草率的,仓促的; adjective: marked by defiant disregard for danger or consequences; imprudently incurring risk

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rasp

v.发出刺耳声音;锉,刮削

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raspy

声音刺耳的;容易生气的

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ratification

n.正式批准

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ratify

(官方地)认可,批准

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ratiocination

推理

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ration

定额供应量,配给量;按比例分配

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rational

合乎逻辑的;理性的

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rationale

n.基本原理; fundamental reason

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rattle

v.使发出咯咯声;使慌乱

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raucous

a.刺耳的,沙哑的;喧嚣的

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ravage

v.摧毁,使荒废

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rave

狂热赞扬;(发疯般地)怒吼

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ravel

解开,松开;阐明;使纠缠,使复杂化

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ravening

a.狼吞虎咽的;贪婪的

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ravenous

食量大的,贪食的;贪婪的; adjective: extremely hungry; devouring or craving food in great quantities

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ravish

使陶醉,使沉迷

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ravishing

a.令人陶醉的

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raze

摧毁,粉碎

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razor

n.剃刀,刮胡刀

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react

做出反应

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reactant

something that reacts; a substance that undergoes a change in a chemical reaction

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reactionary

反对改革的,极保守的

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readable

adj.易读的

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readily

adv.乐意地;容易地

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ready

a.敏捷的,迅速的

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reaffirm

v.再次确定;重申

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reaffirmation

n.再肯定

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realign

v.重新排列

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realistic

a.现实主义的

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realm

n.王国;领域,范围

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ream

怒斥,训斥

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reap

收割,收获; harvest, such as by cutting; gather; get as a result of one's effort

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reassure

使安心,打消疑虑

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rebarbative

a.令人讨厌的,冒犯人的

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rebellious

a.造反的,反叛的;难控制的

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rebroadcast

v.重播

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rebus

puzzle in which pictures or symbols represent words

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rebuff

严词拒绝; v. to reject or criticize sharply: snub

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rebuke

v.指责,谴责; verb: criticize severely or angrily; censure

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rebuttal

n.反驳,反证

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recalcitrant

顽抗的,不顺从的; not obedient, resisting authority, hard to manage

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recall

v.回想,回忆起;收回;n.唤回

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recant

撤回,放弃,改变; withdraw, retract, or disavow something one has previously said, esp. formally

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recapitulate

v.扼要重述; summarize, repeat in a concise way

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recapitulation

noun: a summary (think of recap)

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recast

v.重铸;更换演员

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recede

v.后退;撤回

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receipt

n.收到,接到;发票,收据

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receptive

a.善于接受的,能接纳的

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recess

n.壁凹;休假

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recession

n. a period of reduced economic activity: stagnation; n. the act or action of receding: withdrawal

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recessive

(基因等)隐性的,由隐性基因控制的;内向的,内敛的

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recherche

a.精心挑选的;异国风味的

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recidivate

回到原先的习惯,尤指重新犯罪

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recipe

n.食谱

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recipient

n.接受者,收受者

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reciprocal

a.相互的,互惠的

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reciprocally

a.相互地;相反地

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reciprocate

往复运动;报答,回报

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reciprocation

n.互换;报答;往复运动

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reciprocity

n.相互性;互惠

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recital

n.独奏会,演唱会,小型舞蹈表演会

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reckless

不考虑后果的,大胆鲁莽的

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recklessness

n.鲁莽,轻率

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reckon

v.推断,估计;猜想,设想

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reclaim

v.纠正,改造;开垦(土地)

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recline

v.斜倚,躺卧

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recluse

隐士;隐居的,不爱社交的; person who lives in seclusion

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reclusive

a.隐遁的,隐居的

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recoil

退却,畏缩

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recollect

v.回忆;想起

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recollection

n.记忆力;往事

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recombine

v.重组,再结合

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recommendation

n.推荐;推荐信

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recompense

v.报酬,赔偿

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recompose

v.重写;重新安排

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reconcile

使和解,协调; verb: make (one thing) compatible with (another)

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reconciliation

n.和解,调解

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recondite

深奥的,难解的; adjective: difficult to penetrate; incomprehensible to one of ordinary understanding or knowledge

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reconnaissance

n.侦察,预先勘测

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reconnoiter

侦察,勘查

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reconstitute

重建,(尤其是通过加水)使复原

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reconvene

重新集合,重新召集

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recount

v.叙述,描写

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recourse

n.求助,依靠

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recreational

adj.娱乐的,休闲的

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recrimination

noun: mutual accusations

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recrudesce

verb: to break out or happen again

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recrudescence

n. a new outbreak after a period of abatement or inactivity: renewal

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recrudescent

revival, breaking out into renewed activity

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recruit

n.新兵;新成员;v.征募,招募

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rectify

v.改正,矫正;提纯

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rectitude

正直

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recumbent

躺着的

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recuperate

恢复(健康或力量),康复

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recur

v.重现,再发生;复发; v. to occur again after an interval: occur time after time; v. to come up again for consideration

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recurrent

a.循环的;一再发生的

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recurring

adj.反复的;再次发生的

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recusant

n.拒绝服从的人

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redeem

实践,履行(诺言等);改过自新

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redemptive

a.赎回的,救赎的,挽回的

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redirect

v.改寄(信件);改变方向

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redistribution

n.重新分配

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redolent

芳香的; adj. exuding fragrance: aromatic, odorous; adj. serving to bring to mind: evocative