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asterisk

n.星号

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asteroid

n.小行星

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astigmatic

a.散光的,乱视的

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astound

v.使震惊

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astounding

令人吃惊的,出乎意料的

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astray

a.迷路的,误入歧途的

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astringent

harsh; severe

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astrology

n.占星术;占星学

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astronomical

a.极大的,天文学的

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astute

机敏的,有洞察力的; adj. having or showing shrewdness and perspicacity: perceptive

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asunder

分离成多部分或多片地;分离地

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asylum

收容所,保护所; place of refuge or shelter

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asymmetric

a.不对称的

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asymmetrical

不平衡的,不对称的

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asymmetry

不对称,不均衡

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atavism

noun: a reappearance of an earlier characteristic; throwback

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atheism

n.无神论,不信神

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atheist

n.无神论者

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atomic

a.原子的,微小的

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atonal

a.(音乐)无调的

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atone

赎罪,弥补

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atonement

n.弥补

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atrocious

极坏的,极其残忍的;让人极为不满的

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atrocity

n.邪恶;暴行

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atrophy

萎缩,衰退

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attach

v.系上,贴上,附上

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attenuate

降低(数量、力量、价值); verb: to weaken (in terms of intensity); to taper off/become thinner.

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attenuation

n.变瘦,减少,减弱

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attest

证实,为作证; v. to be proof of: manifest, testify

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attire

v.使穿衣;打扮;n.盛装,服装

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attribute

n.属性,特质;v.把…归于; n. an inherent characteristic: quality; v. to explain by indicating a cause: ascribe

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attrition

n.摩擦,磨损; n. the act of weakening or exhausting by abuse or attack; n. the act of rubbing together: friction

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attune

使协调,使和谐

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attuned

in harmony; in sympathetic relationship

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atypical

非典型的

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audacious

大胆的,(但往往)愚勇的;蔑视(法律、礼节)的,无礼的;乐于冒险的;大胆创新的; adjective: willing to be bold in social situations or to take risks

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audacity

noun: aggressive boldness in social situations

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audible

adj.听得见的

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audience

n.观众,听众;读者

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audit

v.审计,查账;旁听

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augment

v.提高,增加; verb: enlarge or increase; improve

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augmentation

n.增加

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augur

预言家;出现好兆头;预言

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augury

n.预兆,占卜术; telling the future, such as through supernatural means

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august

威严的,严重的;盛大的,令人印象深刻的; venerable, majestic; inspiring admiration

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auspices

n.支持,赞助

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auspicious

好兆头的; adjective: favorable, the opposite of sinister

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austere

朴素的,朴实无华的;严肃的,令人生畏的; adjective: practicing self-denial; adjective: unadorned in style or appearance; adjective: harsh in manner of temperament

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austerity

n.朴素,艰苦

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authentic

真实的,非仿造的;准确的,相符的

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authenticate

v.证明…是真实的

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authoritative

a.权威的,官方的

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authority

(某领域的)权威人士;管辖权,控制;影响力;(管束他人的)权力;根据,理由

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authorization

n.授权,认可

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autobiographical

adj.自传的,自传体的

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autobiography

n.自传

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autocracy

独裁政府

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autocrat

n.独裁者

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autocratic

adjective: characteristic of an absolute ruler or absolute rule; having absolute sovereignty; adjective: offensively self-assured or given to exercising usually unwarranted power

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autograph

n.亲笔稿,手迹;v.在…上亲笔签名;a.亲笔的

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automated

a.自动的

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automatic

(机器等)自动的;自发的,情不自禁的

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automation

n.自动装置

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automotive

a.汽车的,自动的

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autonomous

a.自治的;自主的; self-governing, independent

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autonomously

adverb: in an autonomous or self-governing manner.

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autonomy

政治上的独立;自我主导的自由,(尤其是)精神独立

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autumnal

秋天的;垂暮之年的

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auxiliary

a.辅助的,附加的,补充的

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avant-garde

n.(尤指艺术上的)先锋派

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avarice

贪财,贪婪; noun: greed (one of the seven deadly sins)

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avaricious

a.贪婪的,贪心的; adjective: excessively greedy

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aver

声称为真;(态度强硬而明确地)声明; declare or affirm with confidence

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averse

a.不愿意的;反对的; adj. having an active feeling of repugnance or distaste: disinclined

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aversion

非常讨厌,极厌恶;令人厌恶的事物

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avert

v.避免,防止;转移; verb: turn away; verb: ward off or prevent

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avid

急切渴望的;贪婪(钱财)的; adjective: marked by active interest and enthusiasm

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avidity

热望,贪欲

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avocation

n.副业;嗜好; secondary occupation

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avocational

a.副业的,嗜好的

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avoid

v.避开,躲避

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avow

v.承认;公开宣称; v. to declare assuredly: assert

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avowal

承认,公开宣布

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avuncular

like an uncle, benevolent and tolerant

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awash

被淹没的;(如洪水般)泛滥的

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awe

敬畏

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awe-inspiring

a.令人敬畏的

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awe-struck

a.充满敬畏的

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awkward

缺乏灵活性和技巧的;(处理问题)缺乏手段和智谋的;臃肿笨拙的,不优雅的;令人尴尬的;(因过大或过重设计问题)难以操作的

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awning

雨篷,遮阳篷

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awry

弯曲的,扭曲的;走样的(地),出差错的(地); adj. off the correct or expected course: amiss; adj. in a turned or twisted position or direction: askew

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axiom

n.公理;定理; self-evident truth requiring no proof; universally or generally accepted principle

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axiomatic

公理的;不言自明的; taken for granted; self-evident truth

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azure

n.天蓝色;a.蔚蓝的

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babble

发出含糊无意义的嘟囔声,胡乱说;闲聊

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bacchanalian

pertaining to riotous or drunken festivity; pertaining to revelry

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backdrop

n.(事情的)背景;背景幕布

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backfire

产生相反的结果,事与愿违

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backhanded

间接的,含沙射影的,虚情假意的

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backset

n.倒退,逆流

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backslide

(情况等)倒退,故态复萌

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bacterium

n.细菌

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badge

n.徽章

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badger

不断纠缠或骚扰; verb: to pester

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badinage

打趣,善意的玩笑

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baffle

挫败,阻挠;使疑惑

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baffling

令人疑惑的,难以理解的

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bait

逗弄,激怒;引诱;诱饵

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balance

权衡

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balderdash

n.胡言乱语,废话,无意义的话

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bale

痛苦,悲哀

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baleful

有害的;凶兆的,凶恶的;致命的; adjective: threatening or foreshadowing evil or tragic developments

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balk

阻碍;不愿接受,拒绝; verb: refuse to comply

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balky

不服管束的,倔强的

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ballad

(由简单诗节和叠句组成的)民歌

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balloon

迅速增加; swell or puff out; increase rapidly

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ballot

n./v.投票

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ballyhoo

n.喧闹,呐喊;v.大肆宣传,大吹大擂

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balm

香油,止痛膏,安慰物;香气

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balmy

a.芳香的;(空气)温和的;止痛的

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bamboozle

v.欺骗,隐瞒

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ban

n.禁令;v.禁止,取缔

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banal

非原创的,陈腐的; adjective: repeated too often; overfamiliar through overuse

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banality

noun: a trite or obvious remark

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bane

祸根;有害的物质; something that ruins or spoils

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banish

驱逐出境;赶出; verb: expel from a community, residence, or location; drive away

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banter

幽默、打趣的(地)谈话; playful conversation

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bar

v.禁止,阻挡;n.条,棒

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barb

尖锐而严厉的批评

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barbarous

野蛮的,凶残的;未开化的

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bard

poet

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bare

v.暴露;a.赤裸的

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barefaced

公然的,厚颜无耻的

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bargain

协议;讨价还价

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barn

n.谷仓

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baroque

装饰华丽的,过分雕琢的,复杂的;(程度上)过分的

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barrage

弹幕;有压倒之势的、集中倾泻的(如言语);(同时)袭来

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barren

不育的;不产生结果的,无效的;贫瘠的;极度匮乏的

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barricade

障碍物;用障碍物阻止通过

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barrier

n.路障;障碍

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barring

除…之外

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barrister

n.出庭律师;律师

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barter

以物换物

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base

a.卑鄙的; adjective: the lowest, class were without any moral principles

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baseless

无根据的

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bash

猛击;攻击,用力击打;抨击,严厉批评

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bashfulness

n.羞怯

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bask

休息,悠然自得

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bastardization

noun: an act that debases or corrupts

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bastion

n.堡垒,防御工事

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batch

一批次的量;一小群人

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bathetic

平凡的,陈腐的

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bawdy

下流的,猥亵的; obscene

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bawl

v.大叫,大喊

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baying

howling in a deep way, like a dog or wolf

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bazaar

n.集市,市场

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beacon

n.烽火;灯塔

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beaded

a.以珠装饰的

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beam

n.(房屋等)大梁;光线

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bearing

n.关系,意义;方位

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beatific

a.幸福的,快乐的; adjective: blissfully happy

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beatify

to sanctify; to bless; to ascribe a virtue to

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beckon

v.召唤,示意

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becoming

adjective: appropriate, and matches nicely

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bedeck

装饰,点缀

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bedizen

to dress in a vulgar, showy manner

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bedraggled

a.(衣服、头发等)弄湿的;凌乱不堪的

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befoul

v.弄脏,诽谤

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befriend

a.以朋友态度对待的

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befuddle

v.使迷惑不解,使酒醉昏迷

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beg

verb: to evade or dodge (a question)

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beget

v.产生,引起

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begrudge

v.吝啬,勉强给; verb: to envy someone for possessing or enjoying something; verb: to give reluctantly

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beguile

v. to deceive by wiles

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behemoth

huge creature; anything very large and powerful

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behold

v.注视,看见

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beholden

欠他人人情的

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behoove

对…有利; verb: to be one's duty or obligation

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beige

缺乏特征的

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belabor

(当众)严厉批评;就…作过度的说明,喋喋不休; v. to attack verbally; v. to explain or insist on excessively

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beleaguer

包围,围攻;使困扰,使烦恼,使消沉; v. to surround so as to force to give up: besiege; v. to cause worry or distress to: beset

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belie

错误的描述,误述;证明…为假;掩饰;与…相对立,与…相矛盾; verb: to give a false representation to; misrepresent

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believable

adj.可信的

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belittle

v.轻视,贬低; verb: lessen the importance, dignity, or reputation of

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bellicose

a.好战的,好斗的; adjective: warlike; inclined to quarrel

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belligerence

好斗,好战

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belligerent

好斗的,好战的; adjective: characteristic of one eager to fight

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bellow

v.咆哮,吼叫

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bellwether

领导者,带头人

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belongings

n.所有物,财产

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bemoan

verb: express discontent or a strong regret

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bemuse

v.使昏头昏脑,使迷惑

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bemused

a.茫然的,困惑的

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benefactor

n.行善者,捐助者

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beneficent

仁慈的,好慈善的;(对个人或社会)有益的; doing good

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beneficial

有利的

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beneficiary

n.受益人

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benevolent

a.善心的,仁心的

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benighted

adjective: fallen into a state of ignorance

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benign

好心的,仁慈的;无害的; adjective: kind; adjective: (medicine) not dangerous to health; not recurrent or progressive

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bent

personal inclination or tendency

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berate

(长时间)严厉指责

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bereave

v.夺去,丧亲; v. to deprive of or take away especially by force

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bereft

adjective: unhappy in love; suffering from unrequited love; adjective: sorrowful through loss or deprivation

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berserk

a.狂怒的,狂暴的

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beseech

(急切地)恳求

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beset

使苦恼,骚扰;攻击,袭击

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besiege

v.围攻,困扰; verb: harass, as with questions or requests; cause to feel distressed or worried

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besmirch

弄脏,弄污;诽谤,玷污; verb: damage the good name and reputation of someone

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besot

v.使沉醉,使糊涂

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besotted

adjective: strongly affectionate towards; adjective: very drunk

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bestow

v.给予,赐赠

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betoken

v.预示,表示

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betray

v.背叛;暴露; verb: to reveal or make known something, usually unintentionally

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bevy

group of birds or other animals that stay close together; any large group

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bewilder

v.使迷惑,混乱

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bewildering

a.令人迷惑的;令人费解的

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bewitching

迷人的,令人着迷的

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bias

n.偏见;v.使有偏见

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bibliomania

n.藏书癖

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bicker

v.争吵,口角

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bid

v.命令;出价,投标

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bide

v.等待,逗留

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bifurcate

(使)分成两支; to fork into two branches or divide into two halves

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bigot

固执己见者,有偏见的人

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bilateral

a.两边的;双边的

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bile

n.胆汁;愤怒

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bilingual

a.(说)两种语言的

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bilious

adjective: irritable; always angry

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bilk

v.躲债;骗取; cheat or defraud

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bin

n.大箱子

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birthright

n.与生俱来的权利

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bitter

尖酸的,激烈的

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bizarre

a.奇异的,古怪的

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blackball

v.投票反对;排斥

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blackmail

敲诈,勒索

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blade

n.刀刃,刀口

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blame

责备

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blameworthy

a.该责备的,有过失的

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blanch

v.使变白;使(脸色)变苍白

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bland

味道平淡的,不刺激的;无趣的;温和的,和蔼的; adj. lacking taste or flavor: insipid; adj. exhibiting no personal concern or embarrassment: unperturbed; adj. smooth and soothing in manner or quality: suave

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blandish

v. to act or speak in a flattering or coaxing manner: cajole

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blandishment

甜言蜜语,讨好某人的话; flattery

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blare

v.高声发出

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blasé

(过度放纵之后)厌倦享乐的,腻烦的; bored because of frequent indulgence; unconcerned

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blasphemy

n.亵渎(神明)

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blast

爆炸;一阵猛烈的强风;巨响;炸裂,爆破;斥责,抨击

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blatant

大声喧哗的;(让人生厌地)惹人注目的; adjective: without any attempt at concealment; completely obvious

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blather

v.喋喋不休地胡说,唠叨

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blazing

a.炽烧的,闪耀的

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blazon

使知名;修饰,装扮

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bleach

v.去色,漂白;n.漂白剂,漂白的行为

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bleak

a.寒冷的;阴沉的;阴郁的,暗淡的; adjective: having a depressing or gloomy outlook

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blear

v.使模糊;a.模糊的

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bleary

adj.视线模糊的,朦胧的;精疲力尽的

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blemish

缺点,污点;损害,玷污; n. a noticeable imperfection: flaw; v. mar or spoil the appearance of: deface

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blight

(使)枯萎;损害; disease that kills plants rapidly, or any cause of decay or destruction (noun); ruin or cause to wither (verb)

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blighted

a.枯萎的

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blindness

n.失明

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blinkered

adjective: to have a limited outlook or understanding

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bliss

极度快乐;极乐世界

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blissful

a.极幸福的

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blithe

愉快高兴的;无忧无虑的,漫不经心的; joyous, merry; excessively carefree (so as to ignore more important concerns)

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bloated

a.肿胀的;傲慢的

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block

阻止

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blockade

v./n.封锁

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blockage

n.障碍物

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blockbuster

n.巨型炸弹;一鸣惊人的事物;非常成功的书或电影

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blooming

a.开着花的;旺盛的

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blossom

n.花;v.(植物)开花

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blueprint

蓝图,详细计划;事先计划

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bluff

直率的,(说话)直截了当的;欺骗

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blunder

过失;在…方面犯了很愚蠢且通常很严重的错误,糟蹋;蹒跚

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blunt

使变钝;减弱(力度等);直率的

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blur

(使)变得朦胧,(使)变得不清楚;使不易理解

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blurt

突然说出,冲动地说

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bluster

狂妄自大地大声说;大声吹嘘,恐吓;喧闹的状态

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boast

v./n.自夸

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boastfulness

n.自吹自擂;浮夸

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bob

v.轻拍,轻叩;使上下快速摆动

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bode

v.预示

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boding

n.凶兆,前兆,预感;a.凶兆的,先兆的

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boggle

(因为怀疑、恐惧)犹豫;笨拙地做

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bogus

伪造的,假冒的;虚伪的,做作的; fake, fraudulent

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bohemian

n.特立独行之人

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boisterous

喧嚷的,吵闹的

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bolster

支撑(物);鼓励、使有精力; verb: support and strengthen

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bombast

夸大的言辞

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bombastic

a.夸夸其谈的; (of speech or writing) far too showy or dramatic than is appropriate; pretentious

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bonanza

n.富矿脉,贵金属矿

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bondage

n.奴役,束缚

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bonhomie

温和,和蔼; friendliness, open and simple good heartedness

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bonny

a.健美的,漂亮的

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boo

嘘(以表示不满或嘲笑)

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boom

n.繁荣;v.发出隆隆声

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boon

恩惠,福利;喜欢集体行动的; noun: a desirable state; adjective: very close and convivial

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boor

粗鲁的人,不敏感的人; rude, ill-mannered, or insensitive person; a peasant or country bumpkin

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boorish

adjective: ill-mannered and coarse or contemptible in behavior or appearance

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boost

v.促进;增加,提高

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bootless

无用的; adj. unproductive of success: useless

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bore

令人讨厌的人或事物;使厌倦,使厌烦

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boreal

a.北方的,北风的

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boredom

n.厌烦;令人厌烦的事物

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boring

a.无趣的,乏味的

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bouffant

a.蓬松的;鼓胀的

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bough

n.大树枝

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boulder

n.巨砾

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bouncing

a.活泼的;健康的

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bound

界限;给…设置界限;投入的,坚定的

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boundless

a.无限的,无边无际的

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bounteous

a.慷慨的;丰富的

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bouquet

n.花束;芳香

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bovine

a.(似)牛的;迟钝的; cowlike

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bowdlerize

v.删除,删改; verb: edit by omitting or modifying parts considered indelicate

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bowlegged

a.弯脚的,弓形腿的

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boycott

联合抵制,拒绝参与

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brace

v.支撑,加固;n.支撑物

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bracelet

n.手镯,臂镯

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bracing

令人振奋的,给人带来活力的

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brackish

a.微咸的;难吃的

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brag

v.吹嘘

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braggart

n.吹牛者

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braid

n.穗子;发辫;v.编织

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braise

v.炖,蒸

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brake

刹车

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brandish

(带有威胁性地)挥舞; shake, wave, or flourish, as a weapon

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brash

愚勇的,鲁莽的;缺乏判断力的,不明智的

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brassy

厚脸皮的,不知羞耻的;华而不实地炫耀的

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brat

n.孩子;顽童

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brattish

a.(指小孩)讨厌的,被宠坏的,无礼的

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bravado

假装勇敢;虚张声势

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bravura

优秀演技(的)

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bray

v.大声而刺耳地发出(叫唤或声音)

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brazen

蛮横大胆的,厚颜无耻的;大胆自信地去面对或从事; adjective: unrestrained by convention or propriety

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breach

(对伦理、法律准则的)破坏;违背

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breakthrough

突破

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breed

v.繁殖;教养;n.品种,种类

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brevity

简短,简洁;精炼

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brew

v.酿酒;沏(茶),煮(咖啡);酝酿,即将发生

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bribe

贿赂,收买

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bricklayer

n.砖匠

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bridle

限制; verb: the act of restraining power or action or limiting excess; verb: anger or take offense

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brilliance

才华;辉煌

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brilliant

a.卓越的,出众的;辉煌的,壮丽的

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brim

边缘,边界;充满;加满,倒满

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brink

n.(峭壁的)边沿,边缘

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briny

a.盐水的,咸的

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brisk

充满生机的,有活力的;(言辞或方式)尖刻辛辣的,刻薄的

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bristle

怒不可遏,咆哮;供应充足,充满; verb: react in an offended or angry manner

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bristling

a.竖立的

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brittle

易碎的,脆弱的,易坏的;不热心的,不真心的

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broach

开启,启封;提出讨论; to mention for the first time

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broadside

noun: a strong verbal attack

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brochure

n.小册子,说明书

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bromide

陈词滥调; noun: a trite or obvious remark

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brook

忍受,容许;小溪流; verb: put up with something or somebody unpleasant

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browbeat

恐吓; verb: be bossy towards; discourage or frighten with threats or a domineering manner

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brownish

adj.成褐色的

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browse

v.吃草;浏览;n.嫩叶;嫩芽

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bruise

v.受伤,擦伤

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bruit

(未经证实地)散播(消息)

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brusque

a.唐突的,鲁莽的

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brusquely

adverb: in a blunt, direct manner

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brusqueness

n.唐突,直率

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brutal

a.残忍的,野蛮的;冷酷的

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brutality

n.野蛮,暴行

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brute

n./a.野兽(的);残忍的(人)

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buck

阻止,反对;转移,交接; verb: resist

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buckle

n.皮带扣环;v.扣紧

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bucolic

a.乡村的;牧羊的; adjective: relating to the pleasant aspects of the country

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budge

(使)改变立场或态度;停止抵抗,屈服

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budget

n.预算;v.做预算,安排开支

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buffer

v.缓冲,减轻; something that shields, protects, absorbs shock, or cushions

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buffet

v.反复敲打;连续打击

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buffoon

n.丑角;愚蠢的人

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bulge

凸起;比赛中的优势地位;暴涨,突增,在数目或数量上突然而且是临时性的增加;充满

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bulky

a.庞大的;笨重的

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bullion

n.金条,银条

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bully

欺凌弱小者;最好的,最棒的

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bumble

含糊不清地说,杂乱无章地说;笨拙地行动

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bumbling

adjective: lacking physical movement skills, especially with the hands

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bump

v.碰撞;n.碰撞声

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bumper

a.特大的;n.保险杠

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bumptious

专横傲慢的,自以为是的

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bungle

办遭,失败

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buoy

使充满勇气和力量,使振作

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buoyant

有浮力的;心情好的

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burdensome

adj.繁重的,劳累的

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bureaucracy

government characterized by many bureaus and petty administrators or by excessive, seemingly meaningless requirements

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burgeon

迅速成长扩大,蓬勃发展; verb: grow and flourish

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burial

n.埋葬,埋藏

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burlesque

夸张滑稽地模仿以嘲弄他人的文学艺术作品,恶搞

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burning

adj.燃烧的,强烈的

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burnish

擦亮,磨光; polish, make smooth and lustrous

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burrow

v.挖掘,钻进,翻寻;n.地洞

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burst

v.爆炸;爆裂;突然发生

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bust

n.半身(雕)像

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bustle

忙乱,喧嚣;(快速地)行走,奔忙

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butt

v.用头抵撞,顶撞;n.粗大的一端;烟蒂

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buttress

扶墙;为…提供支撑的证据或者信息; verb: make stronger or defensible

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buxom

a.体态丰满的

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bygone

a.过去的; past, former (adj); that which is in the past (usually plural)

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byline

n.标出作者名字的一行

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bypass

绕过,避开

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byproduct

n.副产品;副作用

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byzantine

错综复杂的; adjective: intricate and complex

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cabinet

n.橱柜;内阁

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cache

囤货,藏货;隐藏

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cachet

同意;威望,声望

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cacophonous

a.发音不和谐的,不协调的

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cacophony

刺耳的声音; harsh, discordant, or meaningless mixture of sounds

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cadaverous

adjective: emaciated; gaunt

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cadence

n.抑扬顿挫;节奏,韵律

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cadet

n.军校或警官学校的学生

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cadge

乞讨,乞求; to beg; sponge

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cagey

精明的

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cajole

哄骗

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calamity

大灾难

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calcify

使僵化

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calculable

a.可计算的;可信赖的

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calculated

经过计算(成败得失)的,经过深思熟虑的

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calibrate

校准,调校;调整,使标准化;(根据标准)精确测量

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calligraphy

(优美的)书法

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callous

无同情心的,冷漠的; thick-skinned; insensitive

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callow

不老练的,不成熟的; adjective: young and inexperienced

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calorie

n.卡路里;卡(热量单位)

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calumniate

诽谤,造谣,中伤

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calumny

n.诽谤,中伤; noun: making of a false statement meant to injure a person’s reputation

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camaraderie

友情

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cameo

栩栩如生的描绘,简洁生动的描述或刻画;客串

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camouflage

伪装,伪装手段

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canard

谣传,误传; noun: a deliberately misleading fabrication

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canary

n.金丝雀;女歌星

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candid

a.率直的; adjective: a straightforward and honest look at something

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candidacy

n.候选人的资格

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candidness

noun: the quality of being honest and straightforward in attitude and speech

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candor

坦率,直率,诚挚

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canned

罐装的

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cannily

adv.机灵地

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canny

精明的,聪明的

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canon

准则,标准;真经,正典; an established set of principles; a basis or standard for judgment; a group of literary works

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canonical

a.符合规定的,经典的; authorized, recognized; pertaining to the canon, or body of accepted rules, standards or artistic works

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canonize

过分宠爱,过分崇拜;使崇高,使神圣

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canopy

n.蚊帐;华盖

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canorous

a.音调优美的,有旋律的

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cant

insincere talk; language of a particular group

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cantankerous

a.脾气坏的,好争吵的; irritable; ill-humored

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canvass

仔细检查,详尽讨论;游说,去(一个地区)的各处或找到(个人)来拉选票或订单

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canyon

n.峡谷

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capacious

adj.容量大的,宽敞的; adj. capable of containing a great deal: spacious

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capacity

noun noun: the amount or volume something can hold ability (especially mental)

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caper

n.雀跃,跳跃;v.雀跃

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capitulate

投降,默许; noun: to surrender (usually under agreed conditions)

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caprice

一时冲动的决定;反复无常,善变

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capricious

a.变化无常的,任性的; adjective: determined by chance or impulse or whim rather than by necessity or reason

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capsule

n.荚膜,蒴果;胶囊

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caption

n.标题

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captious

吹毛求疵的,爱挑毛病的; faultfinding; intended to entrap, as in an argument

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captivate

吸引

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captivating

adj.吸引人的

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capture

v.俘获;夺取或赢得;n.战利品

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carbohydrate

n.碳水化合物

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cardiac

a.心脏的

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cardinal

主要的,非常重要的; adjective: of primary importance; fundamental

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cardiologist

n.心脏病专家

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careen

蹒跚而行,不稳定行走;狂奔,快速运动

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carefree

无忧无虑的

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caress

n.爱抚,抚摸;v.爱抚或抚摸

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careworn

忧心忡忡的,焦虑的

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cargo

n.(船、飞机等装载的)货物

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caricature

用讽刺歪曲等手法的夸张,漫画,讽刺画;嘲笑性模仿或夸张

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carnage

n.大屠杀,残杀

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carnal

肉体的,物质的;世俗的; of the flesh or body; related to physical appetites

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carnivorous

a.肉食动物的

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carouse

畅饮,狂欢作乐

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carp

对小事吹毛求疵,挑剔,表现不满; v. to find fault or complain querulously: faultfind

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carpenter

n.木匠

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carping

adjective: persistently petty and unjustified criticism

479

carrion

n.腐肉

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cartography

mapmaking

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cartoon

n.漫画

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carve

雕刻;(通过长期不懈努力)开创,开拓

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cascade

(尤指小的)瀑布

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cast

演员,演员阵容;选派(演员);提出;抛弃

485

caste

n.社会等级,等级; any of the hereditary social classes in Hindu society; social stratification

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castigate

强烈(公开)指责;惩罚; verb: to reprimand harshly

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castigation

punishment; chastisement; criticism

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casual

a.偶然的;非正式的,随便的

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cataclysm

noun: an event resulting in great loss and misfortune

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cataclysmic

灾难的

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catalog

n.目录;系列

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catalyst

noun: something that speeds up an event

493

catalyze

成为…的导火索,导致

494

catastrophe

大灾难;彻底的失败

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categorical

没有例外的,无条件限制的,绝对的; absolute; without exception

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category

n.类别,范畴

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cater

v.迎合;提供饮食及服务