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veracious

考法1 adj. 诚实的,说实话的: being in the habit of telling the truth
考法2 adj. 精确的,准确的: precise, accurate
派 veracity n. 诚实

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verbatim

考法1 adv. 逐字地,一字不差地: in the exact words
派 verbalism n. 言辞,单词

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verbose

考法1 adj. 冗长的,啰嗦的: containing more words than necessary
派 verbosity n. 冗长,啰嗦

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verdant

考法1 adj. (因长满植物而)翠绿的,郁郁葱葱的: green with vegetation; covered with green growth

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verify

考法1 vt. 校验,证实: to determine or test the truth or accuracy of, as by comparison, investigation, or reference
派 verified adj. 经证实的;verification n. 证实

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verisimilar

考法1 adj. 似乎真实的: appearing to be true or real

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veritable

考法1 adj. 真正的,确实的: being in fact the thing named and not false, unreal, or imaginary

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vernacular

考法1 n. 方言: a nonstandard language or dialect of a place, region, or country
考法2 adj. 非正式的,口头的: used in or suitable for speech and not formal writing

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versatile

考法1 adj. 多才多艺的,全能的: able to do many different kinds of things
考法2 adj. 易改变的: changing or fluctuating readily

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verse

考法1 vt. 使精通,使熟悉: to familiarize by close association, study, or experience
考法2 n. 诗歌: a composition using rhythm and often rhyme to create a lyrical effect

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vertigo

考法1 n. 眩晕: a dizzy confused state of mind

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verve

考法1 n. 活力,热情: vitality, liveliness

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vessel

考法1 n.管: a tube or canal (as an artery) in which a body fluid is contained and conveyed or circulated
考法2 n. 船,舰艇: a watercraft bigger than a rowboat

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vestige

考法1 n. 微小的遗迹,小痕迹: the smallest quantity or trace
派 vestigial adj. 残留的;退化的

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vestigial

考法1 adj. 退化的,发育不全的: (of certain organs or parts of organisms) having attained a simple structure and reduced size and function during the evolution of the species

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veteran

考法1 n. 老兵,有丰富经验的人: one having knowledge or ability gained through long experience
考法2 adj. 经验丰富的,资深的: having or showing exceptional knowledge, experience, or skill in a field of endeavor

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veto

考法1 n./vt. 否决,禁止: to forbid or prohibit authoritatively

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vex

考法1 vt. 使烦恼,使恼怒: to bring trouble, distress, or agitation to
派 vexation n. 烦恼

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viable

考法1 adj. 可行的: capable of being done or carried out
派 viability n. 可行性

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vicarious

考法1 adj. 代理的,取代的: performed or suffered by one person as a substitute for another or to the benefit or advantage of another

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vicious

考法1 adj. 凶恶的,恶毒的: having or showing the desire to inflict severe pain and suffering on others
考法2 adj. 猛烈的: marked by violence or ferocity
派 viciousness n. 邪恶

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vicissitude

考法1 n. 自然变化: natural change or mutation visible in nature or in human affairs
派 vicissitudinous adj. 有变化的

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victimize

考法1 vt. 使受骗: to subject to deception or fraud

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vigilant

考法1 adj. 警醒的,警惕的: alertly watchful especially to avoid danger
派 vigilance n. 警惕

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vignette

考法1 n. 简介短文: a vivid representation in words of someone or something

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vigorous

考法1 adj. 精力旺盛的: having active strength of body or mind
考法2 adj. 强健的: able to withstand hardship, strain, or exposure
派 vigor n. 精力

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vilify

考法1 vt. 诽谤,辱骂: to utter slanderous and abusive statements against
派 vilification n. 辱骂

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vim

考法1 n. 活力,精力: robust energy and enthusiasm

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vindicate

考法1 vt. 为…平反,为…辩护,使无罪: to free from allegation or blame
考法2 vt. 证明,证实:to give evidence or testimony to the truth or factualness of

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vindictive

考法1 adj. 复仇的(有寻仇倾向的): disposed to seek revenge

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virtuoso

考法1 n. 艺术鉴赏家,专家: a person with masterly skill or technique in the arts
考法2 adj. 经验丰富的,技艺精湛的: having or showing exceptional knowledge, experience, or skill in a field of endeavor
派 virtuosity n. 精湛技艺

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virtuous

考法1 adj. 品德高尚的,正直的: having or showing virtue, especially moral excellence

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virulent

考法1 adj. 有毒的: extremely poisonous or venomous
考法2 adj. 凶残的: marked by a rapid, severe, and destructive course
派 virulence n. 毒性,恶毒

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viscid

考法1 adj. 有粘性的: having a glutinous consistency

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viscous

考法1 adj. 粘稠的,粘的: viscid; sticky

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visionary

考法1 adj. 空想的,不切实际的: having or marked by a tendency to be guided more by ideals than by reality
考法2 adj. 幻觉的: not real and existing only in the imagination
考法3 adj. 有远见的: having or marked by foresight and imagination

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vitality

考法1 n. 活力,生命力: physical or mental vigor especially when highly developed
派 vitalize vt. 激发,使有活力

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vitiate

考法1 v. 削弱,损害: to reduce the value or impair the quality of
考法2 v. (在道德、审美上)降低,堕落: to debase in moral or aesthetic status
派 vitiated adj. 受损害的

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vitriolic

考法1 adj. (言辞)刻薄的: bitterly scathing
派 vitriol n. 刻薄的话语

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vituperate

考法1 vt. 谩骂,责骂: to abuse or censure severely or abusively
派 vituperative adj. 辱骂的

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vivacious

考法1 adj. 活泼的,快活的: lively in temper, conduct, or spirit
派 vivacity n. 活力,活泼

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vociferous

考法1 adj. 喧哗的,大叫大嚷的: making, given to, or marked by noisy and vehement outcry

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volatile

考法1 adj. 多变的: characterized by or subject to rapid or unexpected change
派 volatility n. 易变性,易挥发性

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volition

考法1 n. 意志,自愿选择的行为: the act or power of making one's own choices or decisions

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voluble

考法1 adj. 健谈的,话多的: characterized by ready or rapid speech
派 volubility n. 口若悬河

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voluminous

考法1 adj. 卷数多的,大量的,庞大的: having great volume, fullness, size, or number

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voluptuous

考法1 adj. 奢侈逸乐的,沉溺酒色的: given to or spent in enjoyments of luxury, pleasure, or sensual gratifications
派 voluptuary n. 酒色之徒

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voracious

考法1 adj. 有很大食量的,贪吃的: having a huge appetite
考法2 adj. 贪婪的,如饥似渴的: having or marked by an insatiable appetite for an activity or pursuit
派 voracity n. 食欲,贪婪

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votary

考法1 n. 崇拜者,信徒: a person who is fervently devoted, as to a leader or ideal; a faithful follower

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vouch

考法1 vi. 担保,声称为真: to declare (something) to be true or genuine; to give a guarantee

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vulgar

考法1 adj. 粗俗的,无教养的: morally crude, undeveloped, or unregenerate
考法2 adj. 口头的,非正式的: used in or suitable for speech and not formal writing

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vulnerable

考法1 adj. 易受攻击的,脆弱的: open to attack or damage
派 vulnerability n. 弱点,易受伤害

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waddle

考法1 vi. 摇摇摆摆地走: to walk with short steps that tilt the body from side to side
派 waddling adj. 摇摇摆摆的

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waffle

考法1 vi. 胡扯: to talk or write foolishly

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waft

考法1 vt. 飘荡,漂浮: to float easily and gently, as on the air

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wag

考法1 n. 幽默诙谐的人: a humorous or droll person
考法2 vt. 摆动: to move to and fro or up and down especially with quick jerky motions

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wan

考法1 adj. 苍白的,病态的: suggestive of poor health

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wanderlust

考法1 n. 旅行癖: a very strong or irresistible impulse to travel

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wane

考法1 vi. 减少,衰退,降低: to decrease in size, extent, or degree
派 waning adj. 衰退的,减少的

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want

考法1 n. 短缺: the condition or quality of lacking something usual or necessary
考法2 vt. 渴望: to have a strong desire for

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warmonger

考法1 n. 好战者: one who urges or attempts to stir up war

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warp

考法1 vt. 使偏向: to turn from a correct or proper course
考法2 vt. 扭曲,变形: to twist (something) out of a natural or normal shape or condition
考法3 vt. 曲解: to change so much as to create a wrong impression or alter the meaning of
派 warped adj. 弯曲的,变形的

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warrant

考法1 vt. 承诺: to assume responsibility for the satisfactory quality or performance of
考法2 vt. 批准,认可: to give official acceptance of as satisfactory
派 warranted adj. 有正当理由的;warranty n.保证,承诺

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wary

考法1 adj. 小心的,机警的,谨慎的: marked by keen caution, cunning, and watchfulness
派 wariness n. 谨慎,小心

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wastrel

考法1 n. 肆意挥霍的人,败家子: one who expends resources foolishly and self-indulgently

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watershed

考法1 n. 重要关头,分水岭: a crucial dividing point: turning point

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wax

考法1 vi. 月亮渐满: to increase in phase or intensity, used chiefly of the moon, other satellites, and inferior planets
考法2 vt. 用蜡涂、处理或上光: to coat (something) with a slippery substance in order to reduce friction
考法3 vi. 增大,增强: to increase in size, numbers, strength, prosperity, or intensity
派 waxing adj. 增加的

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waylay

考法1 vt. 埋伏,伏击: to lie in wait for or attack from ambush

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welter

考法1 n. 混乱;动乱: a state of wild disorder

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wheedle

考法1 vt. (用花言巧语)诱惑,哄骗: to persuade or attempt to persuade by flattery or guile

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whet

考法1 vt. 磨快: to sharpen by rubbing on or with something (as a stone)

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whiff

考法1 n. 微风: a quick puff or slight gust especially of air, odor, gas, smoke, or spray
考法2 n. 细微的信号,略微痕迹: an almost imperceptible sign of something

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whimsical

考法1 adj. 反复无常的: prone to sudden illogical changes of mind, ideas, or actions
派 whimsicality n. 反复无常

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wholesome

考法1 adj. 有益身心健康的: promoting mental, moral, or social health
派 wholesomeness n. 健康

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wicked

考法1 adj. 邪恶的: morally very bad
派 wickedness n. 邪恶

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wince

考法1 vi. 畏缩: to shrink back involuntarily as from pain

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windbag

考法1 n. 健谈的人: an exhaustively talkative person

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windy

考法1 adj. 冗长的: characterized by wearisome verbosity

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winsome

考法1 adj. 迷人的,漂亮的: generally pleasing and engaging often because of a childlike charm and innocence
派 winsomeness n. 迷人

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wit

考法1 n. 机智,智慧: the natural ability to perceive and understand
考法2 n. 智者,有智慧的人: a person of exceptional intelligence
派 witty adj. 有智慧的

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withdraw

考法1 vi. 撤退: to take back or away
派 withdrawal n. 撤退;withdrawn adj. 性格内向的,离群的

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wither

考法1 vi. 枯萎,凋谢: to become dry and sapless
派 withering adj. 凋谢的,凋亡的

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withhold

考法1 vt. 扣压,不给予: to refrain from granting, giving, or allowing

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wizen

考法1 vt. (使)凋谢,(使)枯萎: to become dry, shrunken, and wrinkled often as a result of aging or of failing vitality
考法2 adj. 凋谢的, 枯萎的: shriveled or dried up

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wobble

考法1 vi. 摇晃,颤抖: to move or proceed with an irregular rocking or staggering motion or unsteadily and clumsily from side to side
考法2 vi. 犹豫不决: to show uncertainty about the right course of action

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worldly

考法1 adj. 世间的,世俗的: of this world rather than spiritual or religion affairs
考法2 adj. 老练的: experienced in human affairs

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worship

考法1 n. 崇拜,敬仰: extravagant respect to an object of esteem
考法2 v. 崇拜,膜拜: to offer honor or respect to (someone) as a divine power

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wrangle

考法1 n. 纷争,争端: an often noisy or angry expression of differing opinions
考法2 vi. 争吵: to quarrel noisily or angrily
派 wrangler n. 争吵的人

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wretched

考法1 adj. 极差的: very poor in quality or ability
考法2 adj. 沮丧的: deeply afflicted, dejected, or distressed in body or mind
派 wretchedness n. 沮丧

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wry

考法1 adj. 扭曲的: abnormally twisted or bent to one side
考法2 adj. 坚持错误的: stubborn in adherence to wrong opinion or principles

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xenophobe

考法1 n. 仇视(或畏惧)外国人(或外国事物)者: one unduly fearful of what is foreign and especially of people of foreign origin
派 xenophobia n. 仇外情绪

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yoke

考法1 v. 连接: to become joined or linked

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yokel

考法1 n. 乡下人,天真纯朴的人: a naive or gullible inhabitant of a rural areaor small town

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zeal

考法1 n. 热心,热诚: enthusiastic devotion to a cause, ideal, or goal and tireless diligence in its furtherance
派 zealous adj. 狂热的

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zealot

考法1 n. 狂热者: a zealous person; especially: a fanatical partisan
派 zealotry n. 狂热的行为

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zenith

考法1 n. 最高点,巅峰: culminating point

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zesty

考法1 adj. 刺激的,开胃的: appealingly piquant or lively

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venerate

考法1 vt. 尊敬: to regard with reverential respect or with admiring deference
派 veneration n. 尊敬

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venial

考法1 adj. 可宽恕的: easily excused or forgiven

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venom

考法1 n. 毒液: poisonous matter normally secreted by some animals as snakes, scorpions, or bees
考法2 n. 恶意,恶毒的用心: the desire to cause pain for the satisfaction of doing harm