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idyll

无忧无虑的生活

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idyllic

adj.田园诗的; presenting a positive, peaceful view of rural life (as poetry or prose); pleasant in a natural, simple way

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igneous

a.火的,似火的; produced by fire; volcanic

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ignite

点燃;激起,唤起(感情等)

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ignoble

a.卑鄙的; adjective: dishonorable

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ignominious

a.可耻的;耻辱的; adjective: (used of conduct or character) deserving or bringing disgrace or shame

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ignominy

耻辱

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ignorance

n.无知,愚昧

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ignorant

a.无知的,愚昧的

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ignore

v.不顾,不理,忽视

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ilk

n.类型,种类

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ill-bred

没有教养的,没有礼貌的

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illegitimate

a.不合法的;私生的

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illiberal

a.偏执的,思想狭隘的

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illiberality

narrow-mindedness, bigotry; strictness or lack of generosity

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illicit

a.违法的; adjective: contrary to or forbidden by law

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illiteracy

文盲

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illiterate

a.文盲的

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ill-paying

a.工资低廉的

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ill-prepared

a.准备不足的

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ill-repute

n.名誉败坏

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illuminate

照明;阐明;启迪,启发

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illuminati

智者;精英

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illusive

a.迷惑人的,迷幻的

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illusory

幻觉的,虚幻的

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illustrate

v.举例说明,用图表等说明;阐明

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illustrative

adj.解说性的,用作说明的

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illustrious

著名的,杰出的; adjective: widely known and esteemed; having or conferring glory

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ill-will

n.敌意,仇视,恶感

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imbecile

n.低能者,弱智者,极愚蠢的

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imbibe

喝水,摄取水分; verb: to drink or absorb as if drinking

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imbroglio

困境,复杂的局面;纷争; noun: a confusing and potentially embarrassing situation

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imbue

v.浸染,浸透;使充满,灌输,激发; permeate or saturate, as dye in a fabric; influence throughout

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imitate

v.模仿

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imitation

仿制品

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immaculate

干净的,纯净的;完美的,没有任何错误的

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immanent

内在的

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immaterial

非实体的;无关的,不重要的; adjective: not relevant

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immature

未完全发展的,未发育成熟的;(思维、举止)不够成熟的

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immemorial

古老的

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immense

a.极大的;无限的

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immensity

n.巨大的事物;巨大,广大,无限

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immerse

v.浸入;沉浸于; v. to take or engage the whole attention of: engross; v. to plunge into something that surrounds or covers

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immersed

浸入的;专注的

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imminent

a.即将发生的,逼近的; ready to occur, impending

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immobile

a.稳定的,不动的,静止的

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immodest

adj.不谦虚的;不正派的

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immolate

v.牺牲,献祭

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immortal

a.不朽的,流芳百世的

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immune

不易被感染的,有免疫力的;不受影响的;不受约束的,免除的

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immunity

n.免疫力;豁免

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immunize

v.(通过接种)使免疫

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immure

监禁,禁闭;使闭门不出; verb: to enclose, usually in walls

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immutability

n.不变,不变性

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immutable

不可变的; adjective: not able to be changed

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impact

n.冲击,影响

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impair

v.损害,削弱; make worse, weaken

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impale

v.刺入,刺穿

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impalpable

a.无法触及的;不易理解的; adj. incapable of being felt by touch: intangible; adj. not readily discerned by the mind

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impart

v.传授,赋予;传递;告知,透露

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impartial

a.公平的,无私的; adjective: free from undue bias or preconceived opinions

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impartiality

n.公平,公正

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impassable

a.不能通行的,无法通过的

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impasse

n.僵局;死路; position or road from which there is no escape; deadlock

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impassioned

a.充满激情的,慷慨激昂的

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impassive

冷漠的,无感情的; not having or not showing physical feeling or emotion

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impatience

n.不耐烦,焦躁

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impeach

v.控告;怀疑;弹劾

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impeccable

无罪的;无暇的,无可挑剔的; adjective: without fault or error

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impecunious

贫穷的; adjective: lacking money; poor

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impede

妨碍,阻碍; verb: be a hindrance or obstacle to

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impediment

n.妨碍,阻碍物

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impel

v.推进;驱使

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impend

v.威胁;即将发生; v. to be about to occur: approach

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impending

即将发生的; adjective: close in time; about to occur

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impenetrable

不可渗透的,不可穿透的;难以理解的; adj. inaccessible to knowledge, reason, or sympathy: impervious

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impenitent

不悔悟的

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imperative

命令;命令的,强制性的;迫切的;必要的; adj. not to be avoided or evaded: necessary; adj. requiring immediate attention or action: ugent

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imperial

帝国的,帝王的;巨大的,令人惊叹的

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imperil

v.使陷于危险,危及; transitive verb. to put at risk; endanger

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imperious

爱发号施令的;傲慢的,专横的;迫切的; adjective: having or showing arrogant superiority to and disdain of those one views as unworthy

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imperishable

不能被摧毁的;不朽的,永恒的

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impermanent

a.暂时的

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impermeability

n.不渗透性

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impermeable

a.不可渗透的,不透水的; adjective: does not allow fluids to pass through

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impermissible

a.不容许的

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impersonal

a.不受个人感情影响的

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impersonate

v.模仿;扮演

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impertinence

n.无礼,粗鲁

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impertinent

无关紧要的;粗鲁无礼的,大胆的;不守礼节的,不为他人着想的; adjective: being disrespectful; improperly forward or bold

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imperturbable

沉着冷静的,淡定的; calm, not able to be upset or agitated

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impervious

不可渗透的,不可穿透的;不能被破坏的;不为所动的; adjective: not admitting of passage or capable of being affected

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impetuous

冲动的,性急的,轻率的;剧烈的,猛烈的; adjective: characterized by undue haste and lack of thought or deliberation

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impetus

n.推动力;刺激

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impiety

n.不虔诚,无信仰

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impinge

v.侵犯;撞击; to strike; encroach

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impious

不敬神的; not religious, lacking reverence, ungodly

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implacable

固执的;无法平息的; adjective: incapable of making less angry or hostile

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implant

v.插入,植入;灌输

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implausible

a.难以置信的; adjective: describing a statement that is not believable

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implement

工具;执行,实施

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implicate

v.牵连(于罪行中);暗示; verb: convey a meaning; imply; verb: to indicate in wrongdoing, usually a crime

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implication

n.暗示; act of implying or that which is implied; close connection, esp. in an incriminating way

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implicit

不言而喻的,心照不宣的;无疑问的,无保留的; implied, not stated directly; involved in the very essence of something, unquestionable

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implode

(使)剧烈收缩,(使)坍塌,(使)内爆; burst inward

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implore

v.哀求,恳求

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imply

v.暗示,暗指

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impolitic

a.不明智的,失策的

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imponderable

a.(重量等)无法衡量的; adjective: impossible to estimate or figure out

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importune

恳求,迫切请求; verb: beg persistently and urgently

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impose

v.征收;强加

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imposing

宏伟壮丽的

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impostor(er)

冒充者,冒名顶替者,骗子

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imposture

n.冒充

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impotent

无生育能力的;无力的,无能的

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impound

v.限制;依法没收,扣押

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impoverish

v.使贫穷

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impracticability

n.无法实施;不能实施的事项

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impracticable

不能实施的,做不到的,难办的

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impractical

a.不切实际的

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imprecation

n.咀咒; curse; prayer for harm to come to someone

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imprecise

不精确的

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impregnable

a.固若金汤的,无法攻破的; adjective: immune to attack; incapable of being tampered with

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impressed

a.被打动的;被感动的

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impressionable

a.易受影响的

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impressive

adj.给人印象深刻的,感人的

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imprint

v.盖印,刻印

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impromptu

即席的表演;即席的,即兴的; adj. composed or uttered without previous preparation: extemporaneous

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improper

a.不合适的,不适当的

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impropriety

n.不得体的言行举止;不合适,不适当

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improvident

a.无远见的;不节俭的; adjective: not given careful consideration

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improvise

即兴而作

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improvised

a.临时准备的,即席而作的

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imprudent

不明智的; adjective: not wise

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impudent

放肆大胆的,无礼的; adjective: improperly forward or bold

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impugn

责难,攻击,抨击; verb: attack as false or wrong

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impuissance

无权,虚弱

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impulse

n.动力,刺激

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impulsive

a.冲动的,由冲动引起的;易冲动的

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impunity

免责,免受处罚; n. exemption or freedom from punishment, harm, or loss

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imputation

n.归咎,归罪

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impute

v.归咎于;归于; verb: attribute (responsibility or fault) to something

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inadvertence

n.漫不经心,粗心,疏忽

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inadvertent

偶然发生的;疏忽的,不留意的; adjective: happening by chance or unexpectedly or unintentionally

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inadvertently

adv.不小心地,疏忽地; carelessly; unintentionally

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inadvisable

a.不明智的,不妥当的

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inalienable

不可剥夺的,不能让与的

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inane

空洞的; adj. lacking significance, meaning, or point: empty, insubstantial

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inanimate

无生命的

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inanity

noun: total lack of meaning or ideas

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inappreciable

a.微不足道的

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inappropriate

adj.不恰当的,不适宜的

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inarticulate

adjective: without or deprived of the use of speech or words

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inasmuch

in like manner, considering that (contraction of "in as much," generally followed by "as")

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inattention

不注意;粗心

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inaugurate

使就职;开始

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inborn

a.天生的,先天的

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incandescent

明亮灿烂的;热情饱满的,感情强烈的; adj. strikingly bright, radiant, or clear: refulgent; adj. characterized by glowing zeal: ardent

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incantation

咒语

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incapacitate

v.使无能力,使不适合

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incarcerate

v.把…关进监狱,监禁,紧闭

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incarnadine

blood red or flesh-colored

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incarnate

化身的,人性化的;使(思想、理论)具化,体现; having bodily form

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incendiary

煽动者;煽动性的; setting on fire, pertaining to arson; arousing strife, rebellion, etc.; "inflaming" the senses

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incense

芳香;激怒; verb: make furious

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incentive

刺激,诱因; something that encourages greater action or effort, such as a reward

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inception

开端,开始

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incertitude

n.不确定(性);无把握,怀疑

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incessant

无间断的; adjective: uninterrupted in time and indefinitely long continuing

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inch

少量,很短的距离;(使)慢慢移动

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inchoate

新生的,才开始的;未完全成型的; adjective: only partly in existence; imperfectly formed

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incidence

n.发生,出现;发生率

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incidental

a.作为自然结果的,伴随而来的;偶然发生的

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incinerate

将…烧成灰烬

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incipient

起初的,初现的; just beginning; in a very early stage

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incise

v.切入,切割

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incision

n.切口;切割

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incisive

a.尖锐的,深刻的; adjective: having or demonstrating ability to recognize or draw fine distinctions

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incite

煽动,激起

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incivility

不文明,无礼貌

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inclement

(天气等)恶劣的;无情的,残酷的; adjective: (of weather) unpleasant, stormy; adjective: used of persons or behavior; showing no mercy

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inclusive

包罗万象的

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incogitant

考虑不周到的,不体谅的

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incoherent

a.不连贯的;语无伦次的

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incommensurate

a.不成比例的,不相称的

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incompatibility

n.不相容(性)

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incompatible

a.无法和谐共存的,不相容的

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incompetent

a.无能力的,不胜任的

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incomplete

adj.不完全的,不完整的

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incomprehensible

a.难以理解的,难懂的

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inconclusive

a.非决定性的;无定论的

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incongruent

不全等的;不一致的

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incongruity

n.不协调,不相称; state of not fitting

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incongruous

adj.不协调的,不一致的; adjective: lacking in harmony or compatibility or appropriateness

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inconsequential

不合逻辑的;不重要的; insignificant, unimportant, illogical

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inconsistent

不一致的,矛盾的,不合理的

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inconsolable

a.无法慰藉的,悲痛欲绝的

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inconstancy

n.(指人)反复无常; fickleness, unreliability; the state of changing without good reason

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incontrovertible

无可争议的; adjective: necessarily or demonstrably true; impossible to deny or disprove

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inconvenient

adj.不便的,打扰的,造成麻烦的

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incorporate

v.合并,并入; combine, unite, form a legal corporation; embody, give physical form to

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incorrigibility

n.无可救药

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incorrigible

不可救药的,积习难改的;无法管制的; adjective: impervious to correction by punishment

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incorruptible

a.廉洁的,不腐败的

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incredulity

n.怀疑,不相信

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increment

n.增加

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incriminate

归罪于; v. to charge with or show evidence or proof of involvement in a crime or fault

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incubate

孵化;帮助,培养,促进

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incubation

n.孵卵期;潜伏期

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incubus

n.梦魇;沉重的负担

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inculcate

v.反复灌输,谆谆教诲; teach persistently, implant (an idea) in a person

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inculpate

归罪于

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incumbent

义不容辞的,必须的; adjective: necessary (for someone) as a duty or responsibility

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incur

v.招惹

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incursion

入侵; sudden invasion

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indebted

a.感激的,蒙恩的

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indecipherable

a.无法破译的

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indecorous

不合礼节的,不得体的; adjective: not in keeping with accepted standards of what is right or proper in polite society

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indefatigable

a.不知疲倦的; untiring, not able to become fatigued

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indefeasible

adj. not capable of being annulled or voided or undone

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indelible

(印记等)无法擦除的;无法忘怀的

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indemnify

v.赔偿,偿付

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indemnity

(损害、伤害等的)保险补偿

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indent

v.切割成锯齿状

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indented

adj.锯齿状的;高低不平的

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indenture

n.契约,合同;v.以契约约束

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indestructible

adj.不能破坏的,不可毁灭的

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indeterminacy

不确定;不明确

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indeterminate

not fixed or determined, indefinite, vague

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indicate

v.指示,指出;象征,显示

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indict

起诉,控告; verb: to formally charge or accuse of wrong-doing

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indifference

noun: the trait of seeming not to care

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indifferent

公平的;(质量、档次等)中规中矩的,一般的;不感兴趣的,冷漠的; not caring, having no interest; unbiased, impartial

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indigence

n.贫穷,贫困; extreme poverty

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indigenous

土产的,本地的;与生俱来的,先天的; adjective: originating in a certain area

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indigent

贫穷的; adjective: poor; having very little; noun: a poor or needy person

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indignant

a.愤慨的,愤愤不平的; adjective: feeling anger over a perceived injustice

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indignation

n.愤慨,义愤; n. anger aroused by something unjust, unworthy, or mean

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indignity

n.侮辱,轻蔑;侮辱性的行为

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indirect

间接的;次要的

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indiscriminate

a.不加选择的;随意的,任意的; adj. not marked by careful discernment or distinction: sweeping; adj. haphazard or random; adj. heterogeneous, motley

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indiscriminately

adv.随意地,任意地

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indispensable

必不可少的,不可或缺的; adj. absolutely necessary: essential

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indisputable

无可辩驳的

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indistinguishable

adj.无法区别的,难以分辨的

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individual

a.单独的,单个的;特有的;个人的,个体的;n.个人,个体

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individualism

n.个人主义

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individualization

个性化

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indoctrinate

教育,灌输思想

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indolence

懒散,懒惰

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indolent

懒惰的; lazy, slothful

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indubitable

a.不容置疑的

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indubitably

adv.无疑地,确实地

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induce

v.诱导;引起

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inducement

动机,刺激源;劝说,游说

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inducible

adj.可诱导的

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induct

v.使就职;使入伍

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induction

n.就职;归纳

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inductive

诱导的

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indulge

v.放纵,纵容;满足; v. to take unrestrained pleasure in: gratify; v. to treat with excessive leniency, generosity, or consideration: humor

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indulgent

(对己)放纵的,(对他人)纵容的

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indurate

铁石心肠的,冷酷无情的;使变硬;使习惯于(如艰苦或尴尬之境况)

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industrious

勤勉的; adjective: characterized by hard work and perseverance

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inebriate

v.使…醉;n.酒鬼,酒徒

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inedible

a.不能吃的,不可食的

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ineffable

难以表达的; adjective: too sacred to be uttered; defying expression or description

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inefficient

adj.无效率的;无能的,不称职的

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inelastic

adj.无弹性的

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inelasticity

n.无弹性,无伸缩性

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ineligible

a.不合格的

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ineluctable

无法逃避的,必然的; adjective: impossible to avoid or evade:

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inept

愚笨的,荒谬的;不恰当的,不合时宜的;不称职的,无能力的; adj. lacking in fitness or aptitude: unfit, incompetent; adj. not suitable to the occasion: inappropriate often to an absurd degree

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ineptitude

n.无能,不适当

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inequity

noun: injustice by virtue of not conforming with rules or standards

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inert

(人)懒惰缺乏活力的;(物品)惰性的; inactive; having little or no power to move

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inertial

不活泼的;惯性的;惰性的

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inessential

无关紧要的

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inestimable

adj.无法估计的;无价的,极有价值的

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inevitable

不可避免的,必然的

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inexcusable

adj.不可原谅的,不可宽恕的

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inexhaustible

a.用不完的,无穷无尽的

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inexorable

无法劝阻的,不为所动的; adjective: impossible to stop or prevent

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inexpedient

a.不适当的,不明智的

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inexpensive

a.廉价的,便宜的

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inexpiable

a.不能补偿的

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inexplicable

a.无法解释的

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infallible

incapable of error; certain

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infamous

臭名昭著的

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infant

n.婴儿

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infantile

a.幼稚的,孩子气的

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infantry

n.步兵

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infatuate

使迷恋

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infect

v.传染;使感染,侵染;污染

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infection

n.传染;感染

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infectious

adj.传染的,有传染性的

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infelicitous

不愉快的,不幸的;不恰当的,不合时宜的; adjective: inappropriate

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infelicity

n.不幸;不恰当的事物

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infer

v.推断,推论,推理

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inferable

adj.能推理的,能推论的

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inferior

a.下级的,下属的;低等的,较差的

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infernal

a.地狱的;可恶的

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inferno

大火;地狱

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infertile

a.贫瘠的,不结果实的

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infest

v.大批出没于,骚扰;寄生于

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infiltrate

秘密潜入

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infinite

无尽的,无限的

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infinitesimal

a.极微小的;n.极小量; adj. immeasurably or incalculably small

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infirm

虚弱的;不果断的,优柔寡断的

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inflame

点燃,燃烧;使加剧

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inflamed

a.发炎的,红肿的

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inflammation

n.发炎;炎症

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inflammatory

adjective: extremely controversial, incendiary

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inflate

v.使充气,使膨胀

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inflexible

a.坚定的,不屈不挠的

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inflict

v.使遭受(痛苦,损伤等)

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influence

n.影响;v.影响

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influential

adj.有影响力的

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influx

涌入

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inform

v.对…有影响;使活跃,使有生气;告诉,通知; inspire, animate, give substance, essence, or context to; be the characteristic quality of

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informal

adj.随便的,日常的;不拘礼节的,非正式的

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informality

n.非正式,不拘礼节

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informative

adj.有学识的;见识广博的,消息灵通的

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informed

a.有学识的,见多识广的,消息灵通的

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informer

n.告发者,告密者

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infraction

违背,违犯

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infrared

a.红外线的

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infrequently

adv.稀少地,罕见地

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infringe

v.违反,侵害

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infuriate

激怒

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infuse

灌输,使…充满;鼓舞

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ingenious

聪明的,有创造才能的; adj. marked by originality and resourcefulness in conception: inventive

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ingeniousness

n.独创性

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ingenuity

独创性,创新性; noun: the power of creative imagination

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ingenuous

天真淳朴的;坦白的; adjective: to be naïve and innocent

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ingenuously

adv.纯真地,坦率地

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ingest

摄入,咽下

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ingestion

n.摄取,吸收

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ingrain

adj.根深蒂固的;n.本质

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ingrained

本质的,根深蒂固的; deep-rooted, forming part of the very essence; worked into the fiber

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ingrate

n.忘恩负义的人; ungrateful person

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ingratiate

v.逢迎,讨好; verb: gain favor with somebody by deliberate efforts

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ingratiating

讨人喜欢的;逢迎的,意在奉承的

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ingratiation

逢迎;讨好

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ingress

n.进入

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inhabit

v.居住于,占据

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inhale

v.吸气,吸入

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inherent

内在的,本质的; existing as permanent, essential quality; intrinsic

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inherently

adv.固有地,内在地

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inherit

v.继承

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inhibit

v.阻止;抑制; v. to hold in check: restrain; v. to discourage from free or spontaneous activity

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inhibited

羞怯的;内向的

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inhibition

n.阻止;抑制;抑制物

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inimical

带有敌意的;危及某人利益的,不利的; adjective: hostile (usually describes conditions or environments)

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inimitable

无法效仿的,独特的; adjective: defying imitation; matchless

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iniquitous

a.邪恶的,不公正的

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iniquity

邪恶,不公正; injustice, wickedness, sin

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initial

a.开始的,最初的;n.(姓名的)首字母

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initiate

创造,发动促进;刚入门的新手

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injurious

a.有害的

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inkling

轻微暗示,小提示;略知; noun: a slight suggestion or vague understanding

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inmate

n.同居者,同住者

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innate

a.天生的,固有的

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innermost

a.最里面的

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innocence

n.无辜,清白

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innocuous

无害的;乏味的,不会引起敌意的; adjective: harmless and doesn’t produce any ill effects

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innovative

创新性的

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innuendo

n.含沙射影,暗讽

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inoculate

v.注射预防针

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inoffensive

a.无害的;不讨厌的

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inordinate

a.过度的,过分的; excessive, not within proper limits, unrestrained

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inquest

legal or judicial inquiry, especially before a jury and especially made by a coroner into the cause of someone's death; the results of such an inquiry

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inquiry

n.询问

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inquisitive

过分好奇的; adj. inordinately or improperly curious about the affairs of others; adj. given to examination or investigation

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inroad

n.袭击;(以牺牲他人为代价而取得的)进展

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insane

a.疯狂的

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insanity

n.疯狂;愚昧

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insatiable

a.不知足的,贪得无厌的; adj. incapable of being satisfied: quenchless

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insatiably

adv.不知足地,贪得无厌地

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inscribe

v.(在某物上)写、题写

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inscrutable

a.高深莫测的,神秘的; adjective: not easily understood; unfathomable

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insecure

a.无保障的,不安全的

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insensible

无知觉的;漠不关心的;粗俗的,没品味的; incapable of feeling; unconscious, unaware

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insensitive

缺乏机智圆滑的,缺乏社交技巧的;不敏感的,麻木的

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insentient

无感觉的,无知觉的;一知半解的,略懂的

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insider

n.局内人,圈内人

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insidious

a.暗中危害的,阴险的; adjective: working in a subtle but destructive way

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insight

深刻的理解

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insightful

adj.富有洞察力的,有深刻见解的

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insignia

n.徽章

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insignificant

a.无价值的,无意义的,无用的

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insincere

adj.不诚恳的,虚伪的

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insinuate

v.暗指,暗示; hint, suggest slyly; introduce (an idea) into someone's mind in a subtle, artful way

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insipid

(食品)清淡无味的;平淡的,无聊的; adjective: dull and uninteresting

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insolence

n.傲慢,无礼

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insolent

粗野的,无礼的; adjective: rude and arrogant

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insoluble

a.不能溶解的;不能解决的

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insolvency

n.无力偿还;破产

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insolvent

adjective: unable to pay one's bills; bankrupt

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insouciance

n.漠不关心,漫不经心; noun: lack of concern

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insouciant

无忧虑的,不在乎的; indifferent; lacking concern or care

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inspect

v. to view closely in critical appraisal: scrutinize

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inspiration

n.启示,灵感

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inspire

v.鼓舞,激励

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inspired

a.有创见的,有灵感的

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inspissate

v.(使)浓缩

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instability

不安定,基础薄弱,不稳定

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install

v.安装,装置;使就职

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instantaneous

a.立即的,即刻的;瞬间的

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instantly

adv.立即,即刻;conj.一…就

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instate

任命

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instigate

煽动,激起

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instill

慢慢滴入;灌输

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instinctive

a.本能的

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institute

创立,制定;机构

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institution

n.机构;制度

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institutionalize

v.使制度化

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institutionalized

a.制度化的

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instructive

a.传授知识的,教育的;有益的

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instrumental

a.作为手段的,有帮助的;器械的

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insubordinate

不服从权威的

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insubstantial

a.无实体的;脆弱的

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insufferable

adjective: intolerable, difficult to endure

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insufficient

a.不足的

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insular

(观念、想法等)孤立狭隘的; pertaining to an island; detached, standing alone; narrow-minded, provincial

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insularity

narrow-mindedness; isolation

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insulate

使绝缘,使隔离

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insult

侮辱,无力;傲慢无礼,刺激,侮辱

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insulting

a.侮辱的,污蔑的

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insuperable

a.难以克服的; insurmountable; unconquerable

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insurgent

叛乱分子

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insurmountable

a.不能克服的,不能超越的

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insurrection

n.造反,叛乱; rebellion or revolt against a government or similarly established authority

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intact

a.完整的,完好无缺的

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intangibility

n.无形

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intangible

无法感知的,无形的; not material

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integral

构成整体所必需的;完整的

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integrate

v.使成整体,使一体化

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integrity

正直;完整性

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intellectual

a.智力的;理性的;n.知识分子

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intelligible

可理解的; able to be understood, clear

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intemperance

n.放纵,不节制,过度

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intemperate

无节制的,极端的,不温和的

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intensification

n.增强,加剧;激烈化

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intensify

加强,激化

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intensity

强烈;强度

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intent

a.专心的,专注的;热切的,渴望的;n.目的,意向

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intentional

a.存心的,故意的

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inter

埋葬; bury (a dead body) or place in a tomb

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interaction

相互作用

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interactive

adj.交互式的

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intercede

v.说好话,代为求情

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intercept

v.拦截,阻止

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intercessor

调停者

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interchangeable

a.可互换的

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interchangeably

adv.可互换地

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interconnected

adj.相互连接的

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interdependent

adj.相互依赖的,互助的

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interdict

禁止;阻止; to forbid; prohibit

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interdisciplinary

a.跨学科的

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interference

n.干涉,妨碍

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interim

中间过渡时期,间隔;暂时的

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interjection

n.插入语;感叹词

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interlace

v.编织,交错

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interlard

v.使混杂,混入

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interlock

连锁,连结

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interlocking

a.连锁的;关联的

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interloper

n.闯入者

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interlude

n.间歇

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intermediary

中间的;媒介的

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interminable

无尽头的

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intermingle

v.混合,掺杂

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intermission

n.暂停,间歇

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intermittent

间歇的,断断续续的;不定期的; adjective: stopping and starting at irregular intervals

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internecine

adjective: (of conflict) within a group or organization

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interplay

v./n.相互影响; interaction, reciprocal relationship or influence

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interpolate

v.插入;(通过插入新语句)篡改; to insert; change by adding new words or material

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interpose

v.置于…之间;使介入

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interpret

v.解释,说明;演绎

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interpretation

n.解释,说明,演绎

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interregnum

过渡期; a time in between two reigns or regimes during which there is no ruler; a period during which government does not function; any period of freedom from authority or break or interruption in a series

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interrelate

v.相互关联,相互影响

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interrelated

有相互关系的

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interrogate

质问,审问

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interrogation

n.审问,质问;疑问句

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interrogative

a.疑问的;质疑的

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interrupt

v.暂时中止;打断,打扰

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interruption

n.中断,打断

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intersect

v.贯穿,横穿;相交

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intersperse

v.散布;点缀

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interstice

n.裂缝,空隙

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intertwine

v.纠缠,缠绕

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intervene

v.干涉,介入

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interweave

v.交织

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intestate

a.未留遗嘱的

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intimate

有紧密联系的,亲密无间的;不为人知的;密友;迂回地交流,间接地沟通; verb: to suggest something subtly

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intimation

n.暗示; noun: an indirect suggestion