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secure

a.安全的;稳固的;v.握紧,关牢;使安全

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security

n.安全,保证,保护

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sedate

淡定的,安静的

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sedative

a.(药物)镇静的;n.镇静剂

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sedentary

固定不动的; adj. not migratory: settled; adj. doing or requiring much sitting

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sedimentary

adj.沉积的,沉淀性的

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sedition

inciting rebellion against a government, esp. speech or writing that does this

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seditious

adj.煽动性的,意在制造混乱的

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seduce

劝说(使不忠,使不服从),诱…误入歧途

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seductive

a.诱人的

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sedulity

n.勤奋,勤勉

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sedulous

勤奋认真的; adjective: done diligently and carefully

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seemly

得体的,遵守礼节的

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seep

v.(液体等)渗漏

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segment

分割;部分

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segregate

v.分离,隔离

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seismic

a.地震的,由地震引起的; relating to earthquakes

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self-abasement

自卑,自谦

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self-absorbed

自恋的,自私的

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self-adulation

n.自我吹捧

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self-aggrandizing

自夸的;自我扩张的

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self-analysis

n.自我分析

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self-assertion

n.自作主张

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self-assured

adj.有自信的

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self-confident

adj.自信的

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self-conscious

adj.自觉地,害羞的,不自然的

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self-defeating

弄巧成拙的;自我挫败的

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self-deprecating

adj.自贬的

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self-deprecation

n.自嘲

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self-determination

n.自主,自决

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self-doubt

n.自我怀疑

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self-effacement

n.自谦

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self-effacing

adjective: reluctant to draw attention to yourself

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self-perpetuating

自我延续的

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self-procession

n.自行列队

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self-realization

n.自我实现,自我完成

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self-righteousness

n.自以为是

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self-sacrifice

n.自我牺牲

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self-serving

自私自利的

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self-sufficient

adj.自给自足的

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semantic

relating to the different meanings of words or other symbols

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semblance

noun: an outward or token appearance or form that is deliberately misleading

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semimolten

adj.半熔化的

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seminal

有发展性的;创新的

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senile

a.衰老的

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sensation

感觉,知觉;轰动事件

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sensationalism

感觉主义;耸人听闻

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sensible

a.明智的;可感觉到的

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sensitive

敏感的

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sensitivity

n.敏感,敏感性

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sensitize

v.使某人或某事物敏感

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sensory

adj.感觉的,感官的

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sensual

relating to the senses, gratifying the physical (sexual) senses

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sensuous

relating to the senses

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sententious

a.说教的;简要的; adjective: to be moralizing, usually in a pompous sense

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sentient

a.有感觉能力的;意识到的; conscious; experiencing sensation or perceiving with the senses

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sentiment

n.多愁善感;思想感情

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sentimental

adjective: effusively or insincerely emotional, especially in art, music, and literature

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sentimentalize

v.(使)伤感

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sentinel

哨兵,看守

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sentry

n.哨兵,步兵

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separate

v.使分开;a.不同的;独自的

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septic

腐败的,感染的

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sepulchral

阴沉的,丧葬的

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sequacious

a.盲从的

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sequel

结果

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sequela

结果

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sequential

a.连续的,一连串的

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sequester

使隔绝,分离;使隐退

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sequestrate

v.扣押,没收

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seraphic

a.如天使般的,美丽的; like an angel; serene, spiritually carried off or transported

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sere

干枯的,凋萎的

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serenade

n.夜曲

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serendipity

意外发现珍奇(或称心)事物的本领; noun: the instance in which an accidental, fortunate discovery is made

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serene

安静的;稳重的,镇静的; adjective: calm and peaceful

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serenity

n.平静

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serial

a.连续的,一系列的

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seriousness

n.认真,严肃;严重性,严峻

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sermon

布道,说教

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serpentine

弯曲的

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serrate

锯齿状的

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serrated

a.锯齿状的

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serried

密集的

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serviceable

a.可用的,耐用的

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servile

低下的,卑屈的; submissive, obedient

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settle

v.安排;决定;栖息

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settled

a.固定的

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sever

v.断绝,分离

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severe

严厉的,要求严格的;难以承受的,艰难的

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sextant

navigation tool that determines latitude and longitude

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shabby

a.破旧的;卑鄙的

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shackle

束缚;限制,阻碍; v. to deprive of freedom of action by means of restrictions or handicaps: impede

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shadow

偷偷尾随;遮蔽,(使)变暗

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shallow

浅显的,浅薄的

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shallowness

n.浅;浅薄

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sham

欺瞒;掩饰,假装;虚假的

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shamble

v.蹒跚而行,踉跄地走

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shard

fragment of some brittle substance, esp. a sharp fragment of pottery, glass, etc.

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sharpen

v.削尖;使敏锐,使敏捷

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shatter

v.使落下,使散开;砸碎,粉碎;破坏,毁坏

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shattered

a.破碎的

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sheaf

n.一捆,一束

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shear

v.剪(羊毛),剪发

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shed

v.流出(眼泪等);脱落,蜕,落

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sheen

n.光辉,光泽

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sheer

a.完全的;陡峭的;极薄的

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shell

n.贝壳;炮弹;v.剥去…的壳

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shelter

n.避难所,掩蔽;v.庇护,保护

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sheltered

a.遮蔽的

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shield

n.盾;v.掩护,保护

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shift

改变…的位置;改变,变化;交换

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shifting

a.变动的;运动的

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shiftless

胸无大志的,懒惰的

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shifty

(显得)狡诈的,(显得)欺诈的

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shilly-shally

v.犹豫不决;虚度时光

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shiny

adj.有光泽的;发光的

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shipshape

井然有序的

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shirk

逃避,规避

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shoal

浅的

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shoddy

n.劣质的,假冒的

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shopworn

陈旧的

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shortrange

adj.近程的

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shortsighted

adj.缺乏远见的,近视的

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short-sightedness

n.目光短浅;近视

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shove

v.推挤,猛推

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showcase

vt.展示(优点)

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showmanship

n.擅于表演、展示的技巧

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showy

a.俗艳的;炫耀的

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shred

少量

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shrewd

精明的,机敏的;刺骨的,强烈的

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shriek

v.尖叫

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shrieking

尖叫的,刺耳的

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shrink

(在数量或价值方面)降低,减小;(使)本能性地退却(如因遇到使人惊恐的事物),(使)退缩;表示出不情愿,犹豫

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shrivel

v.(使)枯萎

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shroud

隐蔽物,可起隐蔽、保护或屏护作用的物体;将从视线中隔离,遮蔽

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shrug

轻视,忽略;脱下(衣物等)

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shudder

v./n.战栗,发抖

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shuffle

v.洗牌;拖步走;支吾

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shun

避开,避免

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shunt

v.使(火车)转到另一轨道,改变(某物的)的方向

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shuttle

v.(使)穿梭移动,往返运送

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shy away

躲避

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sibling

n.兄弟或姊妹

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sibyl

n.女预言家,女先知

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sideline

n.副业,兼职

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sidereal

relating to the stars

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sideshow

n.杂耍,穿插表演

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sidestep

(通过逃避而)不遵守

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siege

n.包围,围攻

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sift

v.筛选,过滤

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sight

n.景象;视力;视野;v.看到

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signal

(在重要性、成就方面)非同寻常的;给出信号

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signature

n.签名,署名

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significant

a.相当数量的;意义重大的

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signify

v.表示;有重要性

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simian

apelike, relating to apes

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simile

明喻; comparison of one thing with another using "like" or "as"

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simmer

v.炖,慢煮;n.即将沸腾的状态,即将发作

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simonize

v.给…打蜡,把…擦亮

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simper

v.假笑,傻笑

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simpleton

(缺乏常识的)笨蛋

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simplicity

简单;朴素

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simplistic

a.过分简单化的

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simulacrum

noun: a representation of a person (especially in the form of sculpture); noun: a bad imitation

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simulate

假装,模仿;模拟

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simulation

n.模拟

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simultaneous

a.同时发生的; at the same time

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sin

罪恶的事

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sincere

真诚的,不做作的

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sincerity

n.诚挚

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sinecure

美差; noun: an office that involves minimal duties

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sinew

活力,力量

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singe

轻微烧焦

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singular

unique, extraordinary, odd

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singularity

n.独特;奇点(天文学上密度无穷大、体积无穷小的点)

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sinuous

蜿蜒的,迂回的; intricate, complex

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sip

(尤指小口地)喝

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skeleton

骨架,框架

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skeptic

怀疑者; person inclined to doubting or questioning generally accepted beliefs

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skeptical

a.怀疑的;多疑的; adj. marked by or given to doubt or incredulity: unconvinced

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sketch

n.草图,概略;v.画草图,写概略

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sketchy

粗略的,大概的;草草了事的

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skew

a.不直的,歪斜的

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skim

v.从液体表面撇去;浏览,略读

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skimp

缺乏的,不足的;节省花费,吝啬

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skinflint

n.吝啬鬼

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skirmish

小冲突,争论

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skirt

界限,边界;绕行,避开; border, lie along the edge of, go around, evade

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skit

n.幽默讽刺短剧;讽刺文章

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skittish

容易受到惊吓的,胆小的;容易激动的;善变的,多变的; shy, fickle, uncertain, or prone to act suddenly due to nervousness; lively in a restless or excessive way

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skullduggery

n.欺骗,使诈

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skyrocket

v.突升,猛涨

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slack

松弛的;疏忽的,大意的; loose, negligent, lazy, weak (adj); neglect to do one's duties; loosen up relax (verb); period of little work (noun)

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slake

使满足; satisfy (esp. thirst), cool, or refresh; make less active

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slander

v.诽谤,诋毁;n.诽谤,中伤

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slanderous

a.诽谤的

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slant

(看待问题、思考的)角度,看法;倾斜的;歪曲(事实等)

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slapdash

adjective: carelessly and hastily put together

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slash

v.大量削减

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slate

列入名单,计划,安排

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slattern

a.不整洁的;n.邋遢的女人

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slavish

a.卑屈的;效仿的,无创造性的

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slay

v.杀戮,杀死

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sleight

n.巧妙手法;诡计;灵巧

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slew

大量,许多; a large number or quantity

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slice

n.薄片;v.切成片

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slick

a.熟练的;圆滑的;光滑的

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slight

不重要的;轻微的;轻蔑,看不起;忽略,疏忽; small, not very important, slender or delicate (adj); treat as though not very important; snub, ignore (verb); an act of treating in this way a discourtesy (noun)

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slimy

a.黏滑的

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sling

投掷

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slink

v.溜走,潜逃

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slippage

n.滑动,下降

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slipperiness

n.滑溜;防滑性

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slippery

光滑的;隐秘的;意义不明确的

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slipshod

粗心的,随意的

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slit

v.撕裂;n.裂缝

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sliver

n.薄长条;v.裂成细片

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slobber

n.口水;v.流口水;情不自禁地说

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slog

v.猛击;苦干

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slogan

口号

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sloping

a.倾斜的,有坡度的

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sloppy

邋遢的,不整洁的;混乱的

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slosh

v.泼,溅;n.泥泞

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slot

n.狭槽

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sloth

怠惰,懒惰

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slothful

a.迟钝的,懒惰的

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slouch

懒人;缓慢行走

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sloven

n.不修边幅的人

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slovenly

邋遢的,不整洁的

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slue

v.(使)旋转

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slug

v.猛击,拳击;n.蛞蝓

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sluggard

懒人

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sluggish

缓慢的,迟缓的;迟钝的,反应慢的; adj. averse to activity or exertion: indolent; adj. markedly slow in movement, flow, or growth

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slumber

睡着

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slump

v.暴跌;大幅度下降

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slur

耻辱;含糊地发音;疏忽,忽略

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slurp

v.出声地吃或喝;n.啜食,啜食声

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sly

狡猾的;隐秘的,偷偷的; adj. clever in concealing one's aims or ends: furtive; adj. lacking in straightforwardness and candor: dissembling

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smarmy

虚情假意的,过分恭维的

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smart

反应敏捷的,聪颖的;整洁的;感到疼痛,感到痛苦

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smattering

浅薄的知识;少量; noun: a slight or superficial understanding of a subject; a small amount of something

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smear

n.污迹,污点;v.弄脏,玷污

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smirch

v.弄脏;n.污点

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smirk

(自鸣得意地)笑

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smite

v.重击,猛打

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smooth

a.光滑的;平稳的;v.使平坦,使光滑;消除

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smother

使窒息;抑制(表达,说出),压制

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smudge

n.污迹,污点;v.弄脏

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smug

自大的,自鸣得意的;整洁的,有序的; adjective: marked by excessive complacency or self-satisfaction

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smuggle

v.走私,私运

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smuggling

走私,私运

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smut

n.污迹,黑穗病;v.弄脏

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snag

(没有预见的)障碍;隐患;阻碍

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snappish

a.脾气暴躁的

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snappy

a.生机勃勃的;漂亮的,时髦的

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snare

无法逃脱的困境;捕捉

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snarl

纠缠,纠结;咆哮,怒吼

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snatch

n./v.强夺,攫取

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sneaking

a.鬼鬼祟祟的,私下的

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sneer

(轻蔑地)嘲笑

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snicker

v./n.窃笑,暗笑

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snide

a.讽刺的,挖苦的; adjective: expressive of contempt; derogatory or mocking in an indirect way

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snip

v.剪断;n.剪,碎片

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snipe

v.阻击

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snippet

n.小片,片段

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snitch

v.告密;偷

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snob

n.势利小人

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snobbery

n.势利

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snobbish

谄上傲下的,自大的

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snooze

v.打盹儿,打瞌睡

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snub

轻视,不理睬; verb: refuse to acknowledge; reject outright and bluntly

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snug

a.温暖舒适的

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snuggle

v.紧靠,依偎

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soak

使…湿透

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sober

严肃的;节制的;有理有据的

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sobriety

n.节制,庄重; seriousness

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sobriquet

a nickname

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sociability

好交际

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sociable

a.好交际的,合群的;友善的

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sock

v.重击,痛打;n.短袜

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sodden

湿透的;使…湿透; thoroughly soaked, saturated

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soggy

a.湿透的

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soil

v.弄脏,污辱

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solace

安慰;安慰,安抚

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solder

连接,联合

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solecism

noun: a socially awkward or tactless act

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solemn

a.严肃的;庄严的,隆重的;黑色的

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solemnity

庄严,严肃

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solicit

v.恳求;教唆

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solicitous

为他人操心的,体谅他人的;迫切的,渴望的; adjective: showing hovering attentiveness

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solicitude

n.关怀,牵挂; noun: a feeling of excessive concern

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solid

固态的,坚固的;有理有据的;坚定的,不迟疑的

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solidarity

fellowship in interests, feelings, responsibilities, etc., such as among a group of people or among classes, nations, etc.

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solidify

v.巩固,(使)凝固,(使)团结

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soliloquy

(尤指自言自语的)独白; literary or dramatic speech by one character, not addressed to others

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solitary

a.孤独的;n.隐士

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solitude

孤独,避世

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solo

a.单独的;n.独唱

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solvent

有偿付能力的;溶剂; able to meet financial obligations

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somatic

肉体的; of the body

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somber

昏暗的,无光的;悲伤的,不愉快的

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somnolence

瞌睡,嗜睡

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somnolent

a.想睡的;催眠的

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sonnet

十四行诗

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sonorous

a.(声音)洪亮的; adj. full or loud in sound: resonant; adj. imposing or impressive in effect or style

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soothe

带来慰藉,安慰;使镇静,使安心;弱化,缓解

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sop

安慰物;贿赂,回扣;浸湿,湿透

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sophism

假推理,诡辩

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sophisticated

精明的,老于世故的;复杂的

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sophomoric

a.一知半解的

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soporific

催眠的药剂,安眠药;催眠的;慵懒的,困倦的; adjective: inducing mental lethargy; sleep inducing

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sorcery

n.巫术,魔法

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sordid

肮脏的,不干净的;卑鄙的; adjective: involving ignoble actions and motives; arousing moral distaste and contempt; foul and run-down and repulsive

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soulful

a.充满感情的;深情的

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sound

牢固的,不可动摇的;健康的,强壮的;(逻辑)上严谨的; measure the depth of (usually of water) as with a sounding line; penetrate and discover the meaning of, understand (usually as sound the depths)

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soundproof

v.使隔音;a.隔音的

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sour

a.酸的

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spacious

a.广阔的,宽敞的

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span

n.跨度;两个界限间的距离

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spank

v.掌掴,拍打(在屁股上)

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spanking

a.强烈的,疾行的

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sparing

节俭的,节约的;不足的,缺乏的

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spark

n.火花,火星

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sparkling

闪闪发光的;焕发才智的

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sparring

n.拳击,争斗

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sparse

稀疏的,稀少的; adj. of few and scattered elements, not thickly grown or settled: meager

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spartan

简朴的,节约的; adjective: unsparing and uncompromising in discipline or judgment; practicing great self-denial

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spasmodic

a.痉挛的;间歇性的

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spat

(小的)争吵

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spate

突发的洪水;大量; sudden outpouring or rush; flood

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spatial

a.有关空间的,在空间的

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spatter

v.洒,溅

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spear

n.矛;嫩叶;v.用矛刺

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spearhead

be the leader of

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specialization

n.特殊化

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specialize

v.专门研究

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specific

特有的,独特的;明确的

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specificity

特征

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specifics

n.细小问题,细节

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specified

a.特定的

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specimen

n.范例,样品,标本

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specious

似是而非的,欺骗性的; adjective: based on pretense; deceptively pleasing; adjective: plausible but false

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speck

小点,少量

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spectacular

a.壮观的,引人入胜的

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spectator

观众,目击者,旁观者

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specter

n.鬼魂,幽灵;缠绕心头的恐惧,凶兆

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spectral

a.幽灵的;谱的,光谱的

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spectrum

光谱;范围,系列; a broad range of nevertheless related qualities or ideas, esp. those that overlap to create a continuous series (as in a color spectrum, where each color blends into the next in a continuous way)

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speculate

推测,揣测;投机倒卖; contemplate; make a guess or educated guess about; engage in a risky business transaction, gamble

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speculative

a.投机的;推理的,思索的

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spell

n.连续的一段时间

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spendthrift

挥霍者,败家子;挥霍的,不节俭的; noun: one who spends money extravagantly

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spent

精疲力竭的

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spew

v.呕吐;大量喷出

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spherical

a.球的,球状的

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spice

n.香料;v.给…调味

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spiel

n.滔滔不绝的讲话

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spike

急剧上升;尖钉

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spin

v.旋转;纺纱;n.旋转

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spinal

a.脊骨的,脊髓的

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spindly

细长纤弱的

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spined

adj.有脊骨的,有脊柱的

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spineless

a.没骨气的,懦弱的

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spinning

adj.旋转的

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spiny

多刺的;棘手的,麻烦的

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spiral

a.螺旋形的;上升的;v.螺旋式上升或下降

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spiritedness

n.有精神,活泼

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spiritual

a.精神的

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spite

n.怨恨,恶意

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splashy

a.容易溅开的;炫耀显眼的

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spleen

怒气,怨恨

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splenetic

adjective: very irritable

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splice

接合,叠接

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splinter

尖细条,刺;将…切成细条

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split

v.破裂,裂开;n.裂开,裂口

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splutter

急切而不清楚地说

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spoilsport

n.使人扫兴的人

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spoliation

n.抢劫,掠夺

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spongy

a.像海绵的;不坚实的

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spontaneity

n.自然,自发

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spontaneous

自发的,不经思索的; adj. not apparently contrived or manipulated: natural; adj. arising from a momentary impulse: impulsive

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spoof

轻松幽默的模仿,小恶搞;诱骗,诱使相信

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sporadic

偶尔的,零星发生的; adjective: recurring in scattered and irregular or unpredictable instances

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sport

v.炫耀,卖弄

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sportive

a.嬉戏的,欢闹的; playful, merry, joking around, done "in sport" (rather than intended seriously)

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spotlight

vt.使受关注,使突出醒目

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spout

v.喷出;滔滔不绝地讲

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sprain

v.扭伤

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sprawl

杂乱无序地发展;蔓生,蔓延

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sprawling

a.植物蔓生的,(城市)无计划地扩展的

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spree

n.狂欢

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sprightly

活泼的,充满活力的

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sprint

v.短距离全速奔跑

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sprout

v.长出,萌芽;n.嫩芽

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spruce

n.云杉;a.整洁的

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spur

刺激物;支撑物;刺激,激励; v. to incite to action or accelerated growth or development: stimulate; n. a goad to action: stimulus

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spurious

假的,伪造的; adjective: plausible but false

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spurn

摈弃,拒绝; verb: reject with contempt

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spurt

n.(液体等的)喷出,迸发

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squabble

口角,小争吵

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squalid

污秽的,肮脏的;道德败坏的; disgusting, filthy, foul, extremely neglected

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squall

(通常伴随雨或雪的)风暴,暴风雪,暴风雨;尖叫

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squalor

n.肮脏,污秽; filthy, wretched condition

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squander

使分散;浪费; verb: spend thoughtlessly; waste time, money, or an opportunity

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square

v.一致,符合;结清

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squat

又矮又胖的

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squeamish

恶心的,晕船的

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squeeze

v.压,挤;n.压榨,紧握

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squelch

压制,镇压(运动);击溃,使无言以对; verb: suppress or crush completely

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squint

斜视,睥睨

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squirt

v.喷出,溅进

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stab

v.刺伤,戳

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stabilize

使稳定;变得稳定

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staccato

marked by abrupt, clear-cut sounds

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stagger

v.蹒跚,摇晃

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staggering

adj. so great as to cause one to hesitate or doubt: astonishing

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stagnant

a.停滞的

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stagnate

v.停滞

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stagnation

n.停滞

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stagy

a.不自然的,做作的

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staid

a.稳重的,沉着的; adjective: characterized by dignity and propriety

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stain

v.玷污;染色

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stained

adj.污染的,玷污的

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stale

a.不新鲜的;陈腐的

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staleness

陈腐,乏味

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stalk

v.隐伏跟踪(猎物)

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stalwart

无所畏惧的;(体魄等)强健的;坚定的; adjective: dependable; inured to fatigue or hardships

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stamina

耐力

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stammer

口吃,结巴

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stampede

v.惊跑,逃窜

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stanch

to stop or check the flow of

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standing

status, rank, reputation (noun); existing indefinitely, not movable (adj)

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stanza

n.(诗的)节,段

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star-crossed

a.时运不济的

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stark

a.光秃秃的,荒凉的;(外表)僵硬的;完全的; complete, total, utter; harsh or grim; extremely simple, severe, blunt, or plain

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start

verb: to suddenly move in a particular direction

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startle

使吓一跳,使大吃一惊

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startling

震惊的

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stash

v.藏匿

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stasis

平衡,停滞; equilibrium, a state of balance or inactivity, esp. caused by equal but opposing forces

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stately

a.庄严的,堂皇的;宏伟的

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static

静态的,停滞的;无改变的; fixed, not moving or changing, lacking vitality

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stationary

a.静止的,不动的; adj. fixed in a station, course, or mode: immobile

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statuary

n.雕像;雕塑艺术

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stature

高度,身高;才干,水平

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status

n.身分,地位

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status quo

existing state or condition

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statutory

a.法定的;依照法令的

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staunch

忠诚的,坚定的; adjective: firm and dependable especially in loyalty

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steadfast

坚定的,忠诚的; adjective: marked by firm determination or resolution; not shakable

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steadiness

n.稳健,坚定

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steady

adj.稳定的;不变的

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stealth

秘密行动;秘密的

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steep

浸泡;陡峭的;过分的,过高的; adj. mounting or falling precipitously; adj. being or characterized by a rapid and intensive decline or increase; adj. extremely or excessively high; v. to saturate with or subject thoroughly to: infuse

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steeped

immersed (in), saturated (with)

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steer

v.掌舵,驾驶;n.公牛,食用牛

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stellar

a.星的,星球的

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stem

n.(植物的)茎,叶柄;v.阻止,遏制(水流等); verb: to hold back or limit the flow or growth of something

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stench

臭气,恶臭

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stentorian

声音洪亮的; very loud and powerful (generally of a human voice)

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stereotype

成见,老套的理念

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sterile

贫瘠的;无菌的

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sterilize

v.使不育;杀菌

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sterling

高尚的;高标准的,优秀的

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stickler

坚持细节的人,一丝不苟的人

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sticky

a.湿热的;闷热的

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stiff

僵硬的,无法弯曲的;(在社交场合)缺乏优雅的,不自在的;过分的,过高的;艰苦的,费力的

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stiffen

v.使硬,使僵硬

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stifle

抑制(声音、呼吸等);阻止,扼杀

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stigma

耻辱,污名; mark of disgrace, a figurative stain or mark on someone's reputation

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stigmatize

使蒙上污名

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stilted

a.(文章,谈话)不自然的;夸张的

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stimulant

n.兴奋剂,刺激物

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stimulate

v.激励;激发

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stimulus

n.刺激物,激励

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sting

v.刺痛;叮螫;n.螫刺

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stinginess

n.小气

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stingy

小气的,吝啬的;极少量的; not generous with money, reluctant to spend or give

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stint

吝惜,节省; period of time spent doing something, or a specific, limited amount of work (noun); to be frugal, to get by on little (verb)

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stipend

noun: a regular allowance (of money)

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stipple

(雕刻时)点刻,用点标记

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stipulate

规定,特定要求; specify; make an open demand, esp. as a condition of agreement

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stipulation

n.规定,约定

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stir

v.刺激

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stitch

突然剧痛

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stock

库存,储备;普通的,常备的

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stockade

栅栏,围栏;监狱

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stocky

a.(人或动物)矮而结实的,粗壮的

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stodgy

平庸的,乏味的;非常守旧的

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stoic

adj. not affected by or showing passion or feeling: impassive

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stoic or stoical

隐忍的,冷静的; indifferent to pleasure or pain, enduring without complaint; person indifferent to please or pain (noun)

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stoicism

(对愉悦和疼痛)冷漠,不作反应

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stoke

添加燃料;增大,促进

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stolid

无动于衷的,感情麻木的; adjective: having or revealing little emotion or sensibility; not easily aroused or excited

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stomach

容忍

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stonewall

拒绝(合作),阻挠

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stooge

n.配角,陪衬;傀儡

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stoop

v.弯腰,俯身;屈尊

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storage

n.仓库;贮存

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stout

a.肥胖的;强壮的