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intimidate

威吓

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intoxicant

使人陶醉的东西(尤指酒精饮料)

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intoxicate

v.(使)沉醉,(使)欣喜若狂;(使)喝醉; v. to excite or elate to the point of enthusiasm or frenzy; v. to poison

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intoxication

陶醉

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intractability

难驾驭;棘手

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intractable

a.倔强的,难以管理的;难以加工的,难以操作的; difficult to control, manage, or manipulate; hard to cure; stubborn

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intransigence

stubbornness; refusal to compromise

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intransigent

不妥协的,固执的; adjective: unwilling to change one's beliefs or course of action

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intrepid

无畏的; adjective: fearless

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intricacy

n.错综复杂

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intricate

a.错综复杂的;难懂的; adj. having many complexly interrelating parts or elements: complicated

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intrigue

阴谋;激起…的兴趣; n. a secret scheme: plot; v. to arouse the interest, desire, or curiosity of: appeal

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intriguing

吸引人的

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intrinsic

固有的,内在的; belonging to the essential nature of a thing

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introspective

a.自省的,内省的; contemplating one's own thoughts and feelings

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introvert

n.性格内向的人

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intrude

v.把(思想等)强加于;闯入

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intruding

adj.入侵的,入侵性的

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intrusively

adv.入侵地

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intuition

n.直觉;直觉知识

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intuitive

直觉的

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inundate

淹没; verb: to flood or overwhelm

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inure

使习惯接受不好的东西;使坚强; verb: to make accustomed to something unpleasant

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inured

hardened; accustomed; used to

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invade

v.侵略,侵入

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invalidate

v.使无效,使作废

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invaluable

无价的

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invariable

adj.恒定的,不变的

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invective

侮辱性的; noun: abusive or denunciatory language

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inveigh

激烈抗议,表示强烈不满; to disapprove; protest vehemently

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inveigle

诱骗; entice, lure; get something by flattery, cleverness, or offering incentives

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invention

n.发明,创造;发明才能,创造力;发现,找到

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inventive

adj.善于发明的,有创造力的;发明的

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inventory

存货清单;(包含要点的)简介

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inverse

a.相反的;倒转的

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investigate

v.调查

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investigative

adj.调查的

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investiture

investing; formally giving someone a right or title

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investor

n.投资者

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inveterate

积习的; adjective: habitual

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invidious

惹人反感的;羡慕嫉妒恨的; adjective: likely to cause resentment

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invigorate

使精神,使强壮,鼓舞激励

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invincible

不可战胜的,不可超越的

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inviolable

adjective: never to be broken, infringed, or dishonored

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inviolate

adj.不受侵犯的,未受损害的; adjective: must be kept sacred

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invisible

看不见的;无形的

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invoice

n.发票,发货清单;v.给开发票

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invoke

实施;产生,造成

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involuntary

a.无意的

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involve

v.包含,含有;参与;牵涉,牵连

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involved

adjective: complicated, and difficult to comprehend

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involvement

n.参与;连累;投入

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invulnerable

a.不会受伤害的,刀枪不入的

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iota

n.极小量,极少

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irascible

易怒的; adjective: quickly aroused to anger

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irate

极其愤怒的

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ire

n.愤怒;v.激怒

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iridescence

n.彩虹色

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iridescent

五颜六色的

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irk

令人烦恼的事物;使烦恼,使厌倦; verb: irritate or vex

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irksome

a.令人苦恼的,讨厌的

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ironclad

非常坚固的,坚不可摧的

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ironic

a.讽刺的,挖苦的;出乎意料的

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irony

n.反话;讽刺意味;出人意料的结果

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irradiate

v.照射;照耀,照亮

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irradicable

不能根除的

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irrational

a.不理智的;失去理性的,不合理的

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irrationality

不合理

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irreconcilable

a.无法调和的,矛盾的

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irredeemable

a.无法挽回的,不可救药的

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irreducible

(数)不可约分的

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irrefutable

a.无可辩驳的,毋庸置疑的; adjective: impossible to deny or disprove

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irrelevant

adj.不相关的;不切题的

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irremediable

a.无法治愈的,无法纠正的

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irreparable

a.不能挽回的,无法弥补的

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irreplaceable

不能调换的,不能替代的

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irrepressible

a.抑制不住的,压抑不住的

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irreproachable

a.无可指责的,无瑕疵的

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irresistible

a.无法抗拒的;不能压制的

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irresolute

a.未决定的;犹豫不决的; adjective: uncertain how to act or proceed

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irresponsible

a.不对更高一级负责的;不承担责任的;无责任感的;无负责能力的;n.不负责任的人,无责任感的人

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irreverent

a.不尊敬的

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irreversible

a.不能撤回的,不能取消的

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irrevocable

a.不能撤回的,无法取消的; adjective: incapable of being retracted or revoked

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irrigate

灌溉;冲洗

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irritable

a.易怒的,急躁的;易受刺激的

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irritate

刺激,惹恼; v. to provoke impatience, anger, or displeasure in: annoy

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irritating

adj.刺激的;使人愤怒的,气人的

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irritation

n.愤怒,恼怒

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isolate

v.孤立

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isolation

隔绝;隔离;孤立

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issue

(有争议的)话题,议题;发布(期刊)等;(使)流出

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iterate

v.重申,重做

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itinerant

a.巡回的; adjective: traveling from place to place to work

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itinerary

n.旅行路线; travel schedule; detailed plan for a journey

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jab

v.猛刺

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jabber

快而不清楚地说

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jaded

疲惫的;厌倦的,没兴趣没热情的; adj. fatigued by overwork: exhausted; adj. made dull, apathetic, or cynical by experience or by surfeit

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jagged

a.锯齿状的,参差不齐的

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jamb

n.侧柱

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jamboree

n.喧闹的集会

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jape

嘲弄

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jar

v.震动,摇晃;冲突,抵触;震惊;发出刺耳声;n.广口坛子

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jargon

行业术语; noun: a characteristic language of a particular group

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jarring

刺耳的;震惊的

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jaundice

(因嫉妒或厌世而产生的)偏见

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jaundiced

a.有偏见的; adjective: to be biased against due to envy or prejudice

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jaunt

n./v.短途旅行

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jaunty

轻快的,活泼的

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jealousy

n.嫉妒

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jeer

v.嘲笑

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jejune

无趣乏味的;幼稚的; adjective: dull; lacking flavor; adjective: immature; childish

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jeopardize

v.危及,危害; v. to expose to danger or risk: imperil

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jeopardy

危险

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jerk

v./n.猛拉

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jest

轻浮的态度,戏谑

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jesting

a.滑稽的;爱开玩笑的

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jettison

丢弃,投弃; discard, cast off; throw items overboard in order to lighten a ship in an emergency

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jibe

意见一致; to be in agreement

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jingoism

n.沙文主义,侵略主义; noun: fanatical patriotism

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jingoist

极端爱国激进分子(通常表现为好战的对外政策); noun: a person who thinks that their country should be at war

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jitters

紧张,不安

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jockey

n.骑师;v.谋取

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jocose

fond of joking; jocular

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jocular

搞笑的,欢乐的; adjective: characterized by jokes and good humor

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jocund

欢快的,高兴的

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jog

慢跑;唤起

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jolly

a.欢乐的,快乐的

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jolt

突然移动;惊吓

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jolting

a.令人震惊的

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josh

v.(无恶意地)戏弄,戏耍

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jostle

v.推挤;挤开通路

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jot

简要记录

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jounce

v.颠簸地移动

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journalistic

adj.新闻业的,新闻工作者的

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jovial

愉快的; adjective: full of or showing high-spirited merriment

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jubilant

喜悦的; adjective: full of high-spirited delight because of triumph or success

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jubilation

n.欢腾,欢庆

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judicial

a.法庭的,法官的

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judicious

明智的,慎重的; using judgement; wise, sensible

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judiciousness

n.明智

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jug

v.用陶罐等炖;关押

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juggernaut

无法阻挡的力量的,摧毁一切的强大力量; noun: a force that cannot be stopped

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jumble

v.使混乱,混杂;n.混杂,杂乱

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jumpy

a.紧张不安的,心惊肉跳的

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junction

n.交叉路口;连接

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juncture

n.关键时刻,危急关头;结合处,接合点; critical point in time, such as crisis or a time when a decision is necessary; a place where two things are joined together

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junta

noun: an aggressive takeover by a group (usually military)

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jurisdiction

n.司法权,审判权,裁判权

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justifiable

a.有理由的,无可非议的

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justification

n.正当的理由;辨护

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justify

证明…的合理性,为…辩解

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juvenile

a.青少年的;孩子气的,幼稚的

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juxtapose

v.并列,并置; verb: place side by side

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juxtaposed

v. placed side by side: adjacent

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kaleidoscopic

adj.千变万化的

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kangaroo

n.袋鼠

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keen

a.锋利的,锐利的;敏锐的,灵敏的;热心的; sharp, piercing; very perceptive or mentally sharp; intense (of a feeling)

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keenness

敏锐,锐利;热心;强烈

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ken

视野范围;知道,了解(人或物)

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kennel

n.狗舍,狗窝

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kernel

n.果仁;核心

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kidnap

绑架勒索

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kidney

n.肾

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killjoy

n.令人扫兴的人

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kin

n.亲属

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kindle

点燃; ignite, cause to begin burning; incite, arouse, inflame

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kindred

类似的;具有相似或相近的起源、本性或性质的

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kinetic

adj.运动的;动力学的; pertaining to motion

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kipper

v.腌制,熏制

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knack

诀窍,聪明的做法

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knead

揉捏,塑造

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knell

the sound made by a bell for a funeral, or any sad sound or signal of a failure, death, ending, etc. (noun); to make such a sound (verb)

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knit

编织(纱线);连接,联系

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knotty

多结的,复杂的,困难的

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know-how

n.专业技能,知识

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kowtow

verb: to bow or act in a subservient manner

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kudos

名望,名声;夸奖,赞扬; praise, honor, congratulations

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label

noun: a name or phrase given to a group of things to identify them (often negative); verb: to give a label to something

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labile

易变的,不稳定的; likely to change

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laboratory

实验室,化工厂,研究室

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laborious

勤奋的;费力的; adjective: characterized by effort to the point of exhaustion; especially physical effort

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labyrinthine

迷宫似的,复杂曲折的; adj. of, relating to, or resembling a labyrinth or maze: intricate, involved

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lace

n.带子;网眼织物

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lacerate

使非常痛苦; verb: deeply hurt the feelings of; distress

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lachrymose

催人泪下的,悲伤的; adjective: showing sorrow

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lackadaisical

adj.无精打采的;无兴趣的

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lackluster

黯淡无光泽的; not shiny, dull, mediocre; lacking brilliance or vitality

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laconic

简洁(以至于显得粗鲁或难以理解)的; adjective: one who says very few words

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lactic

a.乳汁的

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lag

最终的,最后的;缓慢行走;萎靡,失去活力

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laggard

adj.缓慢的;落后的;n.落后者

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lair

n.窝,巢穴;躲藏处

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lambast

verb: criticize severely or angrily

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lambaste

严厉斥责; to trash verbally or physically

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lament

悼词;抱怨;为…哀悼,表达痛苦或遗憾; mourn, express grief, sorrow, or regret (verb); an expression of grief, esp. as a song of poem (noun)

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lamentable

值得惋惜的,悲哀的

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lampoon

讽刺; verb: ridicule with satire

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lance

长矛,标枪;刺穿,刺破

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lancet

n.柳叶刀

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landmark

object (such as a building) that stands out and can be used to navigate by; a very important place, event, etc.

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landslide

n.山崩;压倒性的胜利

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languid

没精打采的,虚弱的; adjective: not inclined towards physical exertion or effort; slow and relaxed

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languish

变得衰弱; verb: become feeble

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languor

懒惰;衰弱

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lank

细长瘦弱的;不僵硬的,柔软松弛的

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lap

v.舔食

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lapse

小过失;结束,终止

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larceny

theft

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lard

v.使丰富,使充满

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largess

n.赠送,赏赐;赠款,赏赐物; noun: extreme generosity and giving

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largess or largesse

捐赠物;慷慨; generosity, the giving of money or gifts (esp. with the implication that the giver is a bit superior to the recipient)

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lark

v.玩乐,嬉耍;n.玩乐

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lascivious

adjective: lecherous; sexually perverted

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lash

击打;猛击,撞击;捆扎

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lassitude

乏力,没精打采; tiredness, weariness, lazy indifference

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lasso

n.(捕捉牛、马用的)套索

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lasting

a.持久的,永久的

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latch

n.门闩;v.用门闩闩牢

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latent

潜在的,不活跃的; potential; existing but not visible or active

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lateral

a.侧面的

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lathe

n.车床;v.用车床加工

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latitude

(行动或言论)自由

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lattice

n.(做木片或金属片叠成的)格子架

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laud

v.称赞; praise

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laudable

adjective: worthy of high praise

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laudatory

表示赞扬的

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lava

n.熔岩

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lave

vt.为沐浴,洗;慢慢冲刷

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lavender

n.薰衣草;a.淡紫色的

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lavish

奢侈的,大量的,无节制的;挥霍,浪费; abundant or giving in abundance; marked by excess (adj); give very generously (verb)

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lax

松弛的,不紧的,不严格的;懈怠的,漫不经心的; not strict; careless, loose, slack

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laxative

a.(药)通便的;n.轻泻药

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layperson

a person who is not a member of the clergy or not a member of a particular profession (such as medicine, law, etc.)

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leach

v.过滤

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leak

v.泄漏;n.泄漏;漏出量;裂隙,漏洞

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leakage

n.渗漏,漏出

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lean

v.倾斜;斜靠;a.瘦的

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lease

n.租约;租期;v.出租

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leaven

在…中加入轻松、活泼或变更的因素

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leer

一瞥,斜眼看

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leery

怀疑的,不信任的; adjective: openly distrustful and unwilling to confide

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leeward

a.背风的

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legacy

遗产; n. a gift by will especially of money or other personal property: bequest; n. something transmitted by an ancestor or predecessor or from the past: heritage

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legend

传奇,传说;图例

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legerdemain

slight-of-hand (magic as performed by a magician); trickery or deception

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legion

大量的人,(尤指)军团;大量的

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legislate

vt.立法

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legislature

n.立法机关,立法团体

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legitimate

adj.合法的;正当的

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legitimize

使…合法化

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leisureliness

n.悠然,从容

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leniency

n.宽厚,仁慈

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lenient

宽大仁慈的

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lesion

n.损害,损伤

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lethal

非常有害的,致命的

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lethargic

没精打采的,行动迟缓的; adjective: lacking energy

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lethargy

n.昏睡;呆滞,懒散; n. the quality or state of being lazy, sluggish, or indifferent; n. abnormal drowsiness

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levee

n.堤岸,防洪堤; an embankment that prevents a river from overflowing

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levelheaded

明智的

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levity

轻浮; lightness (of mind, spirit, or mood) or lack of seriousness sometimes in an inappropriate way

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levy

v./n.征税;征兵; collect tax from, wage war on, or enlist for military service (verb); act of collecting tax or amount owed, or the drafting of troops into military service (noun)

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lewd

adj.好色的;猥琐的

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lexical

a.词汇的;词典的

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lexicographer

n.词典编纂者

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lexicon

n.词典

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liability

责任;障碍,不利条件

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liaison

n.密切的联系;暧昧的关系

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libel

v./n.(文字)诽谤,中伤

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libelous

adj.恶意中伤的,诽谤的

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liberal

思想前卫的;慷慨的,大方的; favorable to progress or reform, believing in maximum possible individual freedom; tolerant, open-minded; generous (adj); a person with such beliefs or practices (noun)

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liberality

n.慷慨;心胸开阔

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libertine

放荡不羁者; morally or sexually unrestrained person; freethinker (regarding religion)

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liberty

n.随意;自由

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libido

sexual desire

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license

许可,认可;自由;放荡;准许,授权使用

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licentious

放荡的,性欲强的; sexually unrestrained; immoral; ignoring the rules

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licit

a.合法的

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lighthearted

adj. free from care, anxiety, or seriousness: happy-go-lucky

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ligneous

a.木质的,木头般的

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liken

显示相似,把…比作

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likewise

also, in addition to; similarly, in the same way

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lilliputian

extremely small

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limb

n.肢,翼

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limber

可塑的,柔软的

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limbo

n.不稳定的状态,中间状态

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limn

v.描写;画; to draw, describe

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limnetic

a.淡水的,湖泊的

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limousine

n.大型轿车,(常指)大型豪华轿车

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limp

柔软的,松散的;软弱的,没有精神的;跛行,艰难地行走

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limpid

透明清澈的;镇定的,淡定的; adjective: clarity in terms of expression

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lineal

a.直系的,嫡系的

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linger

磨蹭,闲荡

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lingual

a.舌的;语言的

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linguistic

pertaining to language

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linguistics

n.语言学

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linkage

连接

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lionize

追捧,把…捧为名人; verb: assign great social importance to

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liquefy

v.(使)液化;(使)溶解

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liquidate

v.清算;清偿

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lissome

柔软的;敏捷的,轻盈的; flexible, supple, agile

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list

(使)倾斜

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listless

adj.无精打采的; spiritless, lacking interest or energy

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litany

noun: any long and tedious account of something

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literati

scholarly of learned persons

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lithe

敏捷的,轻盈的;柔软的

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litigant

n.诉讼当事人

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litigation

legal proceedings

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livid

furiously angry, enraged

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loaf

n.一条(面包);v.虚度光阴

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loath

不情愿的,讨厌的; adjective: unwillingness to do something contrary to your custom (usually followed by 'to')

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loathe

厌恶

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locus

n.地点,所在地

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locution

n.语言风格;惯用语

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lofty

崇高的;高的;自大的

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log

n.日志,记录;一段木头;v.记录; keep a record of, write down; travel for or at a certain distance or speed (verb); a written record (noun)

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logistics

n.后勤学;后勤

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loiter

v.闲逛,游荡;慢慢前行;消磨时光,虚度光阴

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loll

懒洋洋地行动;偷懒,打发时间

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long-winded

a.冗长的

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loosen

v.变松,松开

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lope

n.轻快的步伐;v.大步跑

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lopsided

歪的,倾斜的;不平衡的,不协调的

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loquacious

话多的; talkative, wordy

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lore

n.知识;特定的知识或传说

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lot

n.签;命运;v.抽签,划分

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lottery

n.抽彩给奖法

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lout

n.蠢人,笨蛋

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loutish

粗鲁的

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lowbred

a.粗野的,粗俗的

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lubricant

n.润滑剂

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lubricate

使润滑

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lucid

有光亮的;神志清醒的;表达清晰的,简单易懂的; adjective: (of language) transparently clear; easily understandable

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lucidity

清晰;易懂

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lucrative

adj.赚钱的,有利可图的; adj. producing wealth: profitable

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lucre

n.〈贬〉钱,利益; money or profits

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lucubrate

v.刻苦攻读,埋头苦干,专心著作

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ludicrous

荒唐的,可笑的

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lug

拖动,拉动;费力搬运

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lugubrious

(故作夸张的)悲哀的; adjective: excessively mournful

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lukewarm

a.微温的,不冷不热的

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lull

相对平静时期,间隙;使镇静,使安心; soothe or cause to fall asleep (as in a lullaby); quiet down; make to feel secure, sometimes falsely (verb); a period of calm or quiet (noun)

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lullaby

催眠曲;使镇静,使安心

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lumber

木材;笨拙地行动;使负担(从而拖累); walk in a heavy or clumsy way, sometimes due to being weighed down

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lumen

n.流明(光通量单位)

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luminaries

杰出人物

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luminary

杰出人物

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luminous

发光的,有光泽的;杰出的,重要的; shining, radiant, well-lit; brilliant or enlightening

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lump

n.块;肿块;v.形成块状

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lunatic

n.疯子;a.极蠢的

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lunge

n.冲,扑

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lurch

蹒跚

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lurid

恐怖的,令人反感的;面色苍白的,病态的; gruesome or excessively vivid; sensational, shocking, unrestrained

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lurk

潜伏

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luscious

a.美味的;肉感的

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lush

茂盛的;多产的;(声音、味道)优美的,令人愉悦的

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lust

n.强烈的欲望

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luster

n.光辉;光泽;v.使有光泽;使有光彩,给…增光;发光

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lustrous

有光泽的; shining

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lusty

a.充满活力的,精力充沛的

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luxuriant

繁茂的,丰富的

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luxurious

豪华的;奢侈的

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lymphatic

a.无力的;迟缓的;淋巴的

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lyric

(可以哼唱的)小曲;如诗歌般流畅甜美的

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macabre

恐怖的; adjective: suggesting the horror of death and decay; gruesome

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macerate

浸泡(以软化)

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machiavellian

crafty; double-dealing

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machinate

verb: engage in plotting or enter into a conspiracy, swear together

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machination or machinations

诡计; crafty schemes or plots

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maculate

使有斑点,弄脏;玷污,损坏

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madcap

热爱冒险的人;大胆的,鲁莽的

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madrigal

n.抒情短诗;合唱曲

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maelstrom

漩涡;混乱、动荡的局势; violent whirlpool; any chaotic, turbulent situation

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magenta

a.紫红色的;n.紫红色

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magisterial

adj.有权威的;威风的; adjective: offensively self-assured or given to exercising unwarranted power

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magnanimity

宽大的行为; generosity; nobility

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magnanimous

adj.宽宏大量的,慷慨的; adjective: noble and generous in spirit, especially towards a rival or someone less powerful

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magnate

very important or influential person, esp. in business

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magnificent

壮丽的

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magnify

放大;赞美;扩大;有放大能力

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magniloquence

n.夸夸其谈,虚夸

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magniloquent

a.夸张的

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magnitude

重要,重大;巨大

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maintain

verb: to assert

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majestic

a.雄伟的,庄严的

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makeshift

a temporary, often improvised substitute (noun); improvised for temporary use (adj)

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maladroit

笨拙的; adjective: clumsy

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malady

noun: a disease or sickness

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malaise

不舒服

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malapropism

noun: the confusion of a word with another word that sounds similar

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malapropos

adj. in an inappropriate or inopportune way: improper

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malcontent

不满分子;不满的

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malediction

n.诅咒; a curse

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malefactor

n.罪犯,作恶者

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maleficent

a.有害的;作恶的,犯罪的

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malevolent

恶意的,恶毒的; adjective: wishing or appearing to wish evil to others; arising from intense ill will or hatred

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malfeasance

n.不法行为,渎职; adjective: misconduct or wrongdoing (especially by a public official)

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malfunction

v.发生故障,失灵;n.故障

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malice

n.恶意,怨恨

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malicious

恶意的

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malign

恶意的;诽谤; to speak evil of

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malignant

恶毒的,邪恶的

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malinger

装病以逃避工作; pretend to be sick, esp. to get out of work, duties, etc.

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malingerer

noun: someone shirking their duty by pretending to be sick or incapacitated

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malleable

可塑的;易控制的; adjective: capable of being shaped or bent or drawn out; adjective: easily influenced

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malodorous

恶臭的; adjective: having an unpleasant smell

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manacle

vt.限制,给...制造困难

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manageable

易办的,易控制的,易管理的

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mandate

n.命令,训令

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mandatory

强制的

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maneuver

巧妙地操纵

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mangle

损毁,使伤残;弄砸

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mangy

卑劣的

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mania

热衷,狂热

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maniacal

adj.发狂的,癫狂的

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manifest

显然的,明显易懂;显现,显露; obvious, apparent, perceptible to the eye (adj); to show, make clear, or prove (verb)

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manifesto

n.宣言,声明

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manifold

adj. marked by diversity or variety; v. to make multiple: multiply

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manipulate

巧妙操作;巧妙处理,暗中操控

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manipulation

n.(熟练的)操作;操纵;控制;(对账目等的)伪造,篡改

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mannered

不自然的,做作的; having a particular manner, esp. an artificial one

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mansion

n.公寓;大厦

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manumit

解放(奴隶); v. to release from slavery: free

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manure

n.粪肥;v.给…施肥

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manuscript

手稿

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maple

n.枫树

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mar

污点,坏点;破坏,削弱; damage, spoil, ruin

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maraud

v.抢劫,掠夺

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marginal

边缘的;不重要的

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marine

a.海的;海生的

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mariner

n.水手,海员

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marrow

n.骨髓;精华,精髓

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marsh

沼泽,湿地

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marshal

v.整理,安排,排列

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marsupial

n./a.有袋动物(的)

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martial

a.战争的,军事的; adjective: suggesting war or military life

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martinet

纪律严明之人; noun: a strict disciplinarian

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martyr

n.烈士,殉道者

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marvel

令人惊奇的事物;(因为壮观、美丽等而)表示惊讶

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marvelous

adj.不可思议的;了不起的

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mash

捣碎

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masquerade

面具,伪装;伪装,掩饰

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massacre

n.大屠杀

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massive

a.巨大的,厚重的

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mast

n.船桅,桅杆

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mastery

技艺超群,精通

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masticate

v.咀嚼;把…磨成浆

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mat

n.垫子,席子;v.(使)缠结;铺席于…上

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materialism

唯物主义

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materialize

v.赋予形体,使具体化;出现

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matriculate

入学;录取

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matrilineal

adj.母系的

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matte

a.无光泽的

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mattress

n.床垫

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mature

a.成熟的;深思熟虑的

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maudlin

过于感伤的; adjective: overly emotional and sad

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maul

v.打伤,伤害

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maunder

v.胡扯;游荡; verb: wander aimlessly; verb: speak (about unimportant matters) rapidly and incessantly

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maven

专家

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maverick

特立独行之人;标新立异的,不合常规的; noun: someone who exhibits great independence in thought and action

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mawkish

过度伤感的; adjective: overly sentimental to the point that it is disgusting

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mawkishness

多愁善感,无病呻吟;感情用事

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maxim

noun: a short saying expressing a general truth

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maze

n.迷宫

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meager

贫乏的

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mean

卑贱的;吝啬的;打算,怀有目的;意味着

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meander

闲逛,漫步; verb: to wander aimlessly

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measly

少得可怜的,微不足道的

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measured

深思熟虑的,审慎的

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mechanism

n.结构,机制

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medal

n.奖牌,勋章

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meddle

干涉,管闲事

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mediate

调解,调停

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medicate

v.用药物医治;加药于

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medieval

a.中世纪的,中古的

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mediocre

平庸的,质量中等偏下的; adj. of moderate or low quality, value, ability, or performance: ordinary, so-so

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mediocrity

n.平庸,碌碌无为

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meditate

思索,沉思

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meditation

n.沉思,冥想

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medley

大杂烩,混合物

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meek

谦恭的;顺从的

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meet

合适的

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megalomania

delusions of power or importance

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melancholy

adj.忧郁的;令人悲伤的; noun: a deep, long-lasting sadness

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meld

v.(使)混合,(使)合并

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melee

noun: a wild, confusing fight or struggle

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mellifluous

(曲调)优美的; adjective: smooth and sweet-sounding

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melodramatic

感情夸张的,伤感的; adj. artificially and extravagantly emotional: sensational

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melon

n.甜瓜

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membrane

n.薄膜;膜

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menace

威胁,使处于危险

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menagerie

a variety of animals kept together

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mend

v.修改,改进

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mendacious

撒谎的,虚假的; lying, habitually dishonest

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mendacity

n.不诚实; noun: the tendency to be untruthful

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mendicant

a.行乞的;n.乞丐; noun: a pauper who lives by begging

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menial

仆人,奴仆;卑贱的,低下的

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menthol

n.薄荷醇