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fretful

易怒的,烦躁的

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friable

易碎的

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friction

摩擦;冲突,不和

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friend

n.赞助者,支持者

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frieze

ornamental band on a wall

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frigid

严寒的;冷漠的

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frigidity

n.寒冷;冷淡

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fringe

边缘;与…接壤,位于…的边缘; on the margin, periphery (adj); the people in a group who hold the most extreme views (noun)

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frisk

n.欢跃,蹦跳;v.欢跃,嬉戏

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frisky

a.活泼的,快活的

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frivolity

n.轻浮的行为

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frivolous

轻浮的;不重要的; adjective: not serious in content or attitude or behavior

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frolic

n.嬉戏;雀跃;v.嬉戏

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frosty

寒冷的;无强烈情感的,冷淡的

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frothy

用轻薄材料制作的;(内容等)欢乐轻佻、不严肃的

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froward

stubbornly contrary; obstinately disobedient

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frowsy

邋遢的;味道难闻的

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frowzy

a.不整洁的,污秽的

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fructify

v.(使)结果实,(使)成功

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frugal

节约的; adjective: not spending much money (but spending wisely)

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frugality

n.朴素,节俭; thrift

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fruition

n.实现,完成

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fruitless

无用的

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fruitlessly

a.徒劳地,无益地

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frumpy

a.邋遢的;老式的,过时的

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frustrate

挫败,阻挠;使沮丧; verb: hinder or prevent (the efforts, plans, or desires) of

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frustrating

令人泄气的,使人沮丧的

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full-blown

a.(花)盛开的;成熟的;全面的,完善的;

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full-bodied

重要的;味道浓烈的

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fulminate

大声斥责; explode, detonate; attack verbally in a vehement, thunderous way

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fulmination

严词谴责

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fulsome

a.虚情假意的;充足的; so excessive as to be disgusting

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fumble

笨拙地做;(无意识的)失误

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fume

v.发怒,愤怒;冒烟;n.烟;愤怒,恼怒

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fumigate

v.用烟熏消毒

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function

v.运行;n.功能;职责

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fundamental

a.根本的,基本的;十分重要的

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fungible

可互换的,替代的

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funk

n.怯懦,恐惧;懦夫

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funky

a.有霉臭味的,有恶臭的

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furbish

v.磨光,刷新

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furor

喧闹,狂怒,激动,狂热

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furtive

鬼鬼祟祟的;秘密的; adjective: marked by quiet and caution and secrecy; taking pains to avoid being observed

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fury

暴怒

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fuse

v.熔化,融合

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fused

adj.熔化的

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fusion

n.熔合;核聚变; union; synthesis

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fuss

n.大惊小怪

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fussy

谨慎的;过分雕琢的;挑剔的

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fusty

过时的;腐臭的

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futile

无效的,无用的;不严肃的; adjective: producing no result or effect; unproductive of success

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futility

n.无用,无益

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gab

n.饶舌,爱说话;v.空谈,瞎扯;闲逛,游荡

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gabble

v.急促而不清楚地说

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gabby

adj.饶舌的,多嘴的

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gadfly

刺激物;令人反感的人

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gadget

n.小工具,小机械

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gaff

n.大鱼钩,鱼叉;【海】斜桁

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gaffe

(社交上)失礼,失态;明显的错误,错误判断; noun: a socially awkward or tactless act

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gag

n.笑话;玩笑之举

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gaiety

n.欢乐,快活

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gain

n.利润,收获

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gainsay

否认;反对; verb: deny or contradict; speak against or oppose

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galaxy

n.星群;一群(杰出人物)

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gall

(使)焦躁,激怒;深深的敌意;大胆,无耻; noun: the trait of being rude and impertinent; noun: feeling of deep and bitter anger and ill-will

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gallant

英勇的;高贵的,慷慨的

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galvanize

(好似用电击)刺激; verb: to excite or inspire (someone) to action

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gambit

noun: a maneuver or risk in a game or conversation, designed to secure an advantage

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gamble

赌博,孤注一掷;(使)受到威胁,冒险

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gambol

欢跳,雀跃; frolic; skip or leap playfully

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gander

n.雄鹅;笨人,傻瓜;v.闲逛

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gangling

a.瘦长得难看的

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gangly

身材瘦长的

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gangway

n.(上下船的)跳板;样板;舷梯

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gape

v.裂开;目瞪口呆地凝视

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garble

曲解,篡改,混淆(以至使无法理解);筛选,除杂

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garbled

a.引起误解的;窜改的

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gargantuan

巨大的

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gargoyle

n.(雕刻成怪兽状的)滴水嘴;面貌丑恶的人

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garish

过于鲜艳的,过于张扬的

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garment

衣服

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garner

v.把…储入谷仓;收藏,积累;获得; gather and store; amass, collect

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garnish

v.装饰

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garrulity

n.唠叨,饶舌

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garrulous

啰嗦的,话多得令人厌烦的; adjective: full of trivial conversation

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gaseous

a.气体的,气态的

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gash

深长的伤口或切口;砍伤,切开

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gasification

气化

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gauche

笨拙的,缺乏社交经验的; adjective: lacking social polish

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gaudy

俗丽的

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gauge

测量标准;判定

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gaunt

a.憔悴的,瘦削的

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gavel

n.(法官所用的)槌,小木槌

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gawky

(举止)笨拙的; physically awkward (esp. of a tall, skinny person, often used to describe teenagers)

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gaze

v./n.凝视,注视

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gear

调整(以配合)

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gene

n.基因

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generalize

v.概括,归纳

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generate

v.造成;产生

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generation

n.一代人;(产品类型的)代;产生,发生

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generic

adj.无差别的,普遍的

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generosity

n.慷慨,大方

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generous

adj.慷慨的,大量的

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genesis

n.创始,起源; n. the origin or coming into being of something

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genetic

a.遗传的;起源的

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genial

和蔼亲切的;友好的,热心的;温暖的; adjective: agreeable, conducive to comfort

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geniality

cheerfulness; kindliness; sociability

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genius

天才,天赋

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genre

n.(文学、艺术等的)类型,体裁

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genteel

有教养的,不粗俗的; adjective: marked by refinement in taste and manners

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genuine

a.真的;真诚的

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genus

n.(动植物的)属,类

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geomagnetic

a.地磁的

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germane

有关的,适当的; adjective: relevant and appropriate

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germicide

n.杀菌剂

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germinate

发芽;出现

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gerontocracy

n.老人统治的政府

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gerrymander

verb: to manipulate voting districts in order to favor a particular political party

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gestate

v.怀孕,孕育;构思

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gestation

pregnancy; the period from conception until birth of an animal or (metaphorically) of an idea or plan

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gesticulate

v.做手势表达

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gesture

n.姿势,手势;姿态,表示

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gibe

嘲弄

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giddy

轻率不严肃的;喜悦的

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giggle

v.咯咯笑

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gild

(带欺骗性地)修改,润色

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gimmick

n.吸引人的花招,噱头

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gingerly

adj./adv.小心的(地);谨慎的(地)

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gist

要点; main idea, essence

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glacial

极冷的;冷漠的,无感情的; pertaining to glaciers; cold, icy, slow, unsympathetic

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gladiator

角斗士;参与打斗或辩论的人

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glamor

v.迷惑;n.魔法,魔力;迷人的美,魅力

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glamorous

a.迷人的,富有魅力的

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glance

v.瞥见;n.一瞥

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glandular

a.腺状的,腺的

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glare

v.发眩光;怒目而视

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glaze

给…上釉,妆点;使平滑

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gleam

n.微光,闪光;v.发微光,闪烁

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glean

v.拾(落穗);收集(材料等); verb: collect information bit by bit

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glee

n.欢喜,高兴

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glib

流利圆滑的(常含有不真诚或欺诈的成分),油腔滑调的;缺乏深度的,肤浅的; adjective: (of a person) speaking with ease but without sincerity

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glide

轻松地行动,轻松地通过

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glimmer

v.发微光;n.摇曳的微光

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glimpse

v.瞥见,看一眼;n.一瞥,一看

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glisten

闪光

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glitch

小故障

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glitter

v.闪烁,闪耀;n.灿烂的光华;诱惑力,魅力

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gloat

幸灾乐祸,自鸣得意

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gloom

n.混暗;忧郁

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gloomy

黯淡无光的;忧郁的

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glorification

颂扬,赞美;美化;祝贺

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glorify

v.吹捧,美化

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gloss

简短解释;(欺骗性的)光鲜外表;敷衍潦草做事(甚至忽略);开脱(罪名)

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glossary

n.词汇表;难词表

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glossy

平滑的,有光泽的

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glow

v.发光,发热;(脸)发红;n.发光,兴高采烈

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glower

怒目而视; stare in an angry, sullen way

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glowing

a.热情赞扬的

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glucose

n.葡萄糖

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glut

使过量,使充满; noun: an excessive supply; verb: supply with an excess of

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glutinous

胶状的,粘的

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glutton

贪吃者

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gluttonous

a.贪吃的,暴食的

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gnaw

v.啃,咬;腐蚀,侵蚀

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gnawing

n.啃,咬;a.痛苦的,折磨人的

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goad

刺激,驱使,激发; verb: urge on with unpleasant comments

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gobble

狼吞虎咽

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goblet

n.高脚酒杯

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goggle

凝视

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goldbrick

逃避工作和责任

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goof

v.犯错误;闲逛,消磨时间

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goosebumps

the "bumps" created by hairs standing up on the skin in response to cold, fear, etc.

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gorge

峡谷;狼吞虎咽

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gorgeous

a.华丽的;极好的

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gospel

n.教义,信条

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gossamer

虚无缥缈的东西;轻薄的,薄弱的; adjective: characterized by unusual lightness and delicacy

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gouge

n.半圆凿;v.挖出;敲竹杠; scooping or digging tool, like a chisel, or a hole made with such a tool (noun); cut or scoop out; force out a person's eye with one's thumb; swindle, extort money from (verb)

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gourmand

嗜食者,大胃王

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gourmet

美食家

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governance

n.统治,支配

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gracile

a.细弱的,纤细优美的

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gracious

a.大方的,和善的;奢华的;优美的,雅致的

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gradation

a progression, a process taking place gradually, in stages; one of these stages

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graft

移植,移接; noun: corruption, usually through bribery

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grain

n.谷物;小的硬粒

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grand

adj. having more importance than others: foremost; adj. lavish or sumptuous; adj. pretending to social superiority: supercilious

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grandeur

宏伟,壮丽

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grandiloquence

n.豪言壮语,夸张之言

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grandiloquent

(语言等)浮夸的; adjective: puffed up with vanity

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grandiose

自命不凡的,浮夸的;宏大的

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grandstand

为了给人留下印象而表演,哗众取宠; perform showily in an attempt to impress onlookers

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grant

v.同意给予;授予

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granule

n.小粒,微粒

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graphic

a.图表的;生动的

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grasping

a.贪心的,贪婪的

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grate

刮擦(以发出刺耳的声音);骚扰,惹恼

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grateful

a.感激的,感谢的

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gratification

n.满足,喜悦

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gratify

使满足; v. to be a source of or give pleasure or satisfaction to: indulge

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grating

a.(声音)刺耳的;恼人的; irritating; harsh or discordant (of a noise); scraping

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gratis

adj. without charge or recompense: free, gratuitous

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gratuitous

无根据的,无理由的;无报酬的,免费的;多余的; adj. costing nothing: free; adj. not called for by the circumstances: unwarranted

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gratuity

n.赏钱,小费

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grave

a.严肃的,庄重的;n.墓穴

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gravel

n.碎石,砂砾

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gravitate

v.被强烈地吸引;受引力作用而运动

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gravitational

a.万有引力的,重力的

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gravity

n.严肃,庄重; n. dignity or sobriety of bearing: seriousness; n. importance, significance

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graze

v.(让动物)吃草;放牧

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green

无经验的

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greenhorn

n.初学者;容易受骗的人

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gregarious

爱社交的;群居的; adjective: to be likely to socialize with others

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gregariousness

n.(动物)群居;合群,爱社交

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grief

n.忧伤,悲伤

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grievance

n.牢骚,抱怨,委屈

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grieve

(使)感到悲伤

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grievous

a.痛苦的,悲伤的;极严重的; causing grief or suffering; very serious, grave; flagrant, outrageous

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grill

v.烤;拷问;n.烤架

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grim

a.冷酷的,可怕的

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grimace

因痛苦而面部扭曲,(作)怪相,(作)鬼脸

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grin

咧嘴笑,咧嘴笑着表示

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grind

n.苦差事;v.磨碎,碾碎

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gripe

抱怨;(通过连续让人讨厌的举动)激怒,惹怒

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gripping

a.吸引注意力的,扣人心弦的

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grisly

令人反感的,令人恐惧的

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grit

(面对困难时所表现出来的)毅力

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groan

v./n.呻吟,叹息

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groggy

虚弱的,(走路)不稳的;无法思考的,头脑不清的

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groom

n.马夫;新郎

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groove

享受,极其满意,过得快活

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grope

v.摸索,探索

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gross

a.总的;粗野的;n.全部,总额

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grotesque

难看的

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grouch

n.牢骚,不满;好抱怨的人

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groundless

a.无理由的,无根据的

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grouse

complain or grumble (verb); a reason for complaint (noun)

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grove

n.小树林,树丛

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grovel

卑躬屈膝; verb: show submission or fear

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growing

成长的

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growl

v.(动物)咆哮,吼叫;(雷电等)轰鸣

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grudge

怨恨,仇恨

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grueling

费时间花心思的

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gruesome

a.令人毛骨悚然的,阴森的

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gruff

a.粗鲁的,板着脸孔的;(声音)粗哑的

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grumble

(尤指低声地)抱怨,埋怨

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grumpy

a.脾气暴躁的

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guarantee

v.保证,担保

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guffaw

v.哄笑;n.哄笑,粗声大笑; verb: laugh boisterously

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guile

狡猾,狡诈; clever deceit, cunning, craftiness

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guileless

a.厚道的,老实的; adjective: free of deceit

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guilt

自责,悔恨

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guise

n.外观,装束;伪装,假装; outward appearance; false appearance

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gulch

n.深谷,峡谷

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gull

欺骗

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gullible

易受骗的,易被利用的; easily deceived

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gulp

v.吞食,咽下;抵制,忍住

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gum

n.树胶,树脂;橡皮糖,口香糖

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gumption

n.进取心,魄力;精明强干; noun: resourcefulness and determination

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gush

(使)大量涌出;(使)情感强烈外溢

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gusher

n.喷油井;滔滔不绝的说话者

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gust

情感爆发

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gustation

n.品尝;味觉

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gustatory

a.味觉的,品尝的; affecting the sense of taste

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gutless

adj.没有勇气的,怯懦的

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gutter

n.水槽;街沟

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guttle

v.狼吞虎咽

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guzzle

狂饮

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gymnastic

adj.体操的,体育的

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gyrate

a.旋转的;v.旋转,回旋

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habitable

a.可居住的

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habitat

n.自然环境,栖息地

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habituate

v.使习惯于

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hack

雇佣文人;乱砍,开辟;成功完成;忍受

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hackneyed

陈腐的,缺乏创新的; adjective: lacking significance through having been overused

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haggard

a.憔悴的,瘦削的

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haggle

v.讨价还价

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hagiographic

adj.捧为圣人一般的,过分谄媚的; adjective: excessively flattering toward someone's life or work

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hail

verb: enthusiastically acclaim or celebrate something

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halcyon

宁静的,平静的;繁荣的,丰富的; adjective: idyllically calm and peaceful; suggesting happy tranquillity; marked by peace and prosperity

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hale

强壮的,健壮的;拖,拉

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half-baked

不明智的

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half-formulated

未成形的(tentative),初露端倪的

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halfhearted

不感兴趣的,不热情的

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hallmark

典型的特征; a mark indicating quality, purity, genuineness, etc.; any distinguishing characteristic

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hallow

尊敬,把…视为神圣

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hallowed

a.神圣的; holy; sacred

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hallucination

错觉

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halting

a.踌躇的,迟疑不决的

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ham-handed

笨手笨脚的

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hammer

屡次重申

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hamper

阻碍; verb: prevent the progress or free movement of

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hamstring

使无效,使无力

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hamstrung

verb: made ineffective or powerless

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hand-wringing

grasping, squeezing, etc. of the hands as an expression of nervousness, guilt, etc.; extend debate over what to do about an issue

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hangdog

伤心的,沮丧的

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hanker

向往,渴望

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hankering

n.渴望,向往

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haphazard

无秩序的,无目标的; adjective: marked by great carelessness; dependent upon or characterized by chance

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haphazardly

adv.偶然地;随意地;杂乱地

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hapless

unlucky, unfortunate

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harangue

(发表)长篇大论; noun: a long pompous speech; a tirade; verb: to deliver a long pompous speech or tirade

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harass

烦扰;耗尽…的体力

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harbinger

预言者

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harbor

提供住处,隐匿;心怀,牢记

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hard-bitten

顽强的,经受得住困境、压力的

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hardheaded

a.(尤指做生意时)讲究实际的,冷静的,精明的

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hardihood

n.大胆,刚毅;厚颜

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hardship

n.困苦,拮据

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hardy

顽强的;愿意冒风险的; bold, brave, capable of withstanding hardship, fatigue, cold, etc.

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harmonic

adj.和声的;和谐的

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harmonious

和谐一致的

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harness

利用

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harp

n.竖琴;v.弹竖琴;喋喋不休地说或写

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harpsichord

n.键琴(钢琴前身)

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harried

adjective: troubled persistently especially with petty annoyances

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harrow

折磨,使苦恼; farming tool that breaks up soil (noun); painfully disturb or distress (verb)

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harrowing

a.悲痛的,难受的; extremely distressing; terrifying

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harry

不断烦扰,骚扰

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harsh

粗糙的,不具有美感的;严厉的

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harshly

adv.严酷地,无情地

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hash

n.杂乱,混乱;杂烩菜

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hasten

促进

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hasty

轻率的

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hatch

n.船舱盖;v.孵化;策划

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haughty

a.傲慢的,自大的; adjective: having or showing arrogant superiority to and disdain of those one views as unworthy

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haunt

常去拜访;不断地想起,萦绕心头

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hauteur

傲慢,自大; noun: overbearing pride evidenced by a superior manner toward inferiors

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haven

安全的地方; harbor or port, refuge, safe place

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havoc

大混乱;大范围破坏

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hawk

n.隼,鹰

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hazard

n.危险

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hazardous

a.危险的,冒险的; adj. involving or exposing one to risk: dangerous

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hazy

a.朦胧的,不清楚的

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headlong

鲁莽的

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headstrong

a.刚愎自用的

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headway

n.进步,进展

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heady

a.任性的;鲁莽的

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heal

v.治愈

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hearken

倾听,关注; listen, pay attention to

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hearsay

n.谣传,道听途说

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hearten

给予鼓励,鼓舞

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heartfelt

a.衷心的,诚挚的

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heartrending

令人心碎的

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heave

v.用力举

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heavenly

a.天空的,天上的

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heckle

起哄,使难堪

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hectic

a.兴奋的,繁忙的,忙乱的

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hector

v.威吓,欺凌; verb: to bully or intimidate

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hedge

n.树篱;保护手段;障碍; verb: to limit or qualify a statement; to avoid making a direct statement

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hedonism

享乐主义; n. the doctrine that pleasure or happiness is the sole or chief good in life

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hedonist

n.享乐主义者; person devoted to pleasure

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heed

v.注意,留心;n.注意,留心

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heedless

adj. not taking care: inconsiderate

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hefty

重的,肌肉发达的

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hegemony

霸权,统治权; adjective: dominance over a certain area

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heighten

使程度加深(augment, deepen, sharpen, elevate)

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heinous

可憎的,十恶不赦的

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herald

告知,宣布;预示,预兆

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herbaceous

a.草本的

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herbivorous

a.食草的; an animal that feeds mainly on plants

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hereditary

a.世袭的,祖传的;遗传的

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heresy

异教,和普遍观点相悖的说法

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heretic

noun: a person who holds unorthodox opinions in any field (not merely religion)

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heretical

异教的,异端邪说的; adj. departing from accepted beliefs or standards: unorthodox

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hermetic

深奥的; airtight, sealed, isolated; reclusive; pertaining to alchemy, occult

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heroic

雄壮的,英勇的

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hesitance

犹豫,不情愿

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hesitant

adj.犹豫的

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heterodox

非正统的,异端的; not widely accepted

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heterogeneous

a.异类的,多样化的; different in type, incongruous; composed of different types of elements

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hew

遵守;支持; strike, chop, or hack (as with an axe, sword. etc.); make or shape something (such as a statue) with a cutting tool

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heyday

noun: the pinnacle or top of a time period or career

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hiatus

n.空隙,裂缝

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hibernate

v.冬眠

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hidebound

死板的,极度保守的

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hideous

非常丑陋的

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hie

匆匆忙忙

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hierarchical

分等级的,等级制的

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hierarchy

n.阶层,等级制度; a ranked series; a classification of people according to rank, ability, etc. a ruling body

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hieroglyph or hieroglyphics

n.象形文字,神秘符号; a system of writing in which pictorial symbols represent meanings or sounds; wirting or symbols that are difficult to decipher

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hieroglyphic

a.象形文字的,神秘符号的

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highbrow

n.自以为文化修养很高的人

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highlight

强调

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hike

(使)上涨

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hilarious

非常好笑的

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hilarity

n.欢闹,狂欢

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hinder

v.阻碍,妨碍; v. to make slow or difficult the progress of: hamper

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hinge

n.铰链;关键

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hirsute

covered with hair

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historicism

历史决定论

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histrionic

戏剧的,演员的; adjective: to be overly theatrical

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hitch

钩住;套住;拴住;套;蹒跚;被钩住

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hitherto

adv.到目前为止

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hive

忙碌之地;储备,积累

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hoard

贮藏,秘藏

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hoarse

a.嘶哑的,粗哑的

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hoary

极老的; adjective: ancient

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hoax

欺骗

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hobble

跛行,蹒跚而行;阻碍,妨碍; verb: to hold back the progress of something

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hodgepodge

大杂烩; noun: a confusing mixture or jumble

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hoe

n.锄头

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hoist

v.提起,升起;n.起重机

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homage

尊敬,敬意; honor or respect demonstrated publicly

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homely

其貌不扬的,朴素简单的

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homemade

a.自制的,家里做的

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homeostasis

automatic maintenance by an organism in balance with itself

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homespun

a.朴素的;家织的

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homily

冗长乏味的道德演讲或训诫; sermon; tedious moralizing lecture

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homogeneity

n.同种,同质

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homogeneous

a.同类的,相似的; of the same kind; uniform throughout

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homogenize

使统一化

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hone

磨快;vt.提升,改进

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honorific

尊敬的;敬称的;表示敬意的

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hoodoo

n.厄运;召来不幸的人

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hoodwink

欺骗; verb: to deceive or trick someone

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hoop

n.(桶的)箍,铁环

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horizontal

a.水平的

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hormone

n.荷尔蒙,激素

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horn

n.角;喇叭

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horrendous

a.可怕的,令人恐惧的

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horrific

a.可怕的

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hortative

鼓励的

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hortatory

adj. giving advice and encouragement: advisory

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horticulture

n.园艺学

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hospitable

a.热情好客的,易接受的

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host

n.东道主;(寄生动植物的)寄主,宿主

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hostile

a.敌对的,敌意的

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hostility

n.敌对状态,敌意

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hotly

in an intense, fiery, or heated way

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hot-tempered

a.性急的,易怒的,暴躁的

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hound

verb: to pursue relentlessly

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hovel

茅屋

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hover

v.翱翔;(人)徘徊

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howler

n.嚎叫的人或动物;滑稽可爱的错误

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hubris

狂妄自大; noun: overbearing pride or presumption

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huckster

n.叫卖小贩,零售商

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huddle

v.挤成一团;n.一堆人(或物)

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hue

n.色彩,色泽;信仰

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huffish

a.不高兴的,发怒的;傲慢的

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huffy

a.愤怒的,恼怒的

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hull

n.外壳;船身;v.剥去外壳

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humane

a.人道的,慈悲的;人文主义的

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humanistic

adj.人性的;人文主义的

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humanitarian

n.人道主义者

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humble

谦逊的;顺从的,谦卑的

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humbug

n.骗子

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humdrum

千篇一律,单调;无聊的,乏味的; adjective: dull and lacking excitement

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humid

a.湿润的

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humidity

n.湿度,湿气

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humiliate

羞辱,使丧失尊严

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humility

谦卑,谦逊

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humor

幽默,令人发笑的事物;迎合,迁就

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hunch

n.直觉,预感

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hunker

v.蹲下;顽固地坚持

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hurdle

n.跨栏;障碍;v.克服(障碍)

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hurl

v.用力投掷;大声叫骂

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hurricane

飓风;飓风般的事物,引起动荡的事物

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hurtle

v.呼啸而过,快速通过;猛投,用力投掷

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husband

节俭,勤俭持家; manage prudently, sparingly, or economically; conserve

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husbandry

n.(广义上的)农业

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hush

n.肃静,安静;v.(使)安静下来

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husk

(果类或谷物的)外壳;剥去

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husky

(尤指声音)沙哑的,粗糙的;高大威猛的

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hybrid

杂交品种,混合品种;杂交的

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hydrate

n.水合物;v.(使)水合

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hymn

赞歌,赞美诗;赞美

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hype

n.夸大的广告宣传

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hyperactivity

n.活动过度,极度活跃

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hyperbole

夸张; deliberate exaggeration for effect

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hypercritical

苛评的,吹毛求疵的

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hypersensitive

a.非常敏感的

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hypnotic

催眠的

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hypochondriac

n.忧郁症患者;a.忧郁症的

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hypocrisy

n.伪善,虚伪

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hypocrite

n.伪善者,伪君子

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hypocritical

虚伪的; adj. feigning to be what one is not or to believe what one does not: insincere

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hypothesis

n.假设,假说

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hypothetical

假设,前提条件;假定的

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hysteria

n.歇斯底里症;过渡兴奋

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icicle

n.冰柱,冰垂

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icon

n.圣像,偶像

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iconoclasm

n.破坏偶像的理论,打破旧习

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iconoclast

特立独行的人; noun: somebody who attacks cherished beliefs or institutions

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iconoclastic

a.偶像破坏的,打破旧习的; adjective: defying tradition or convention

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iconographic

a.肖像的,肖像学的;图解的

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idealism

n.理想主义;唯心主义

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idealistic

理想主义的;空想的

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identifiable

a.可辨认的

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identify

识别,鉴定

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ideological

adj.意识形态的,思想体系的;思想上的

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ideology

n.思想体系,思想意识,意识形态

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idiom

n.方言,土语;术语;特有用语;风格,特色

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idiomatic

a.符合语言习惯的;惯用的

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idiosyncracy

n.特质

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idiosyncrasy

独特而奇怪的习惯; noun: a behavioral attribute that is distinctive and peculiar to an individual

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idiosyncratic

adj.特殊物质的,特殊的,异质的

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idle

闲置的,未使用的;懒散的;懒散度日,无所事事

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idolatrize

(通常盲目)崇拜

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idolatry

idol worship; excessive or unthinking devotion or adoration

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idolize

v.将…当做偶像崇拜;极度仰慕,崇拜