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unruly

难控制的,难驾驭的,不驯服的

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generic

一般的,普通的,通用的

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emulate

努力赶上,同。。。竞争

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Foster

促进,助长,培养,鼓励

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disciple

信徒,门徒,追随者

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imperceptible

无法察觉的,感觉不到的,难以觉察的
Color is imperceptible to touch.

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Intermittent

adj. 断断续续的,间歇的,周期性的
Suffer from intermittent headaches.

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Bemuse

vt. 使困惑,使茫然,使痴呆
The wine left him somewhat bemused.
He drove down the street, bemused.

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Cursory

adj. 粗略的,仓促的
A cursory glance/ examination/ inspection
A cursory reading of the articles

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Forlorn

adj. 孤苦伶仃的,孤独凄凉的
She looked so forlorn, standing there in the rain.

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Uncouth

adj. 笨拙的,无教养的,粗鲁无礼的
Uncouth laughter
An uncouth young man

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Maverick

n. 持不同意见者
adj. 特立独行者
A maverick film director

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Alarmist

adj. 危言耸听的,骇人的
Alarmist reports of health risks

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Indigent

adj. 十分贫穷的
An indigent person

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Downplay

v. 对。。。轻描淡写,使轻视,贬低

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Immortalize

v. 使不朽,使名垂千古
Beethoven is immortalized by his great works.

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Exonerate

v. 宣布某人无罪,免除责任
He was totally exonerated of any blame.

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Rebuff

n. 断然拒绝,回绝,冷遇;制止,抵制
He is being hit by a series of embarrassing rebuffs.

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Vindicate

v. 证实,证明有理;澄清,证明无罪
New evidence emerged, vindicating him completely.

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Deride

v. 嘲笑,取笑,嘲弄,愚弄
His views were derided as old-fashioned.

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Ostracize

v. 放逐,把。。。流放
Ostracize somebody from polite circles.
Be socially ostracized.

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Eulogize

v. 称赞,歌颂,赞美

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Substantiate

v. 证实,证明
The results of the tests substantiated his claims.

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Sectarian

adj. 派别的,宗教的,教派的
Sectarian attacks 教派攻击

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Punctilious

adj. 一丝不苟的,谨慎的
A punctilious host

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Seditious

a.煽动叛乱的,煽动性的,山东反抗政府的
Seditious publications

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Conviction

v. 定罪,判罪,证明有罪;坚定的看法
She has six previous convictions for theft.

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Nefarious

a. 恶毒的,邪恶的,罪恶的,不道德的
Nefarious activities, a nefarious plot

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Rambunctious

a. 喧闹的,狂暴的,桀骜不驯的,难管束的
She was too rambunctious to get along with.

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Redoubtable

adj. 可怕的,厉害的,难对付的
A redoubtable amateur boxer

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Complacent

adj. 自满的,自鸣得意的,表现出自满的
You are being a bit complacent.

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Divisive

a. 造成不和的,引起分歧的,制造分裂的
A divisive trade restriction

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Cordial

adj. 热情友好的,真诚的
A cordial hello

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Verbatim

adj. 一字不差的,逐字的
A verbatim quotation of the article

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Subjective

a. 主观的,主观上的
a subjective impression

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Spurious

a. 假的,伪造的,欺骗性的
Spurious coins

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Miniature

n. 微笑的,模型,缩影,缩图,小型物
A miniature of the Eiffel Tower

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Immutable

a. 不可改变的,永远不变的,永恒的
Nature's immutable laws

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Vacillation

n. 动摇,犹豫,踌躇,优柔寡断
The candidate's vacillation on the issues.

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Disingenuous

a. 不真诚的,不坦率的

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Quantify

v. 确定。。。的数量,用数量表示,测量
The risks to health are impossible to quantify.

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Deplorable

a. 可叹的,可悲的,令人深感遗憾的
悲惨的,肮脏的,糟糕的
A deplorable performance

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Expedient

a. 得当的,适宜的,方便的,应急的
It is expedient that he arrive by tomorrow.

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Concede

v. 承认
Concede defeat

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Hinder

v. 阻碍,妨碍,阻止
Bad weather hindered travel

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Incapacitate

vt. 使无能力,使不适合

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Facilitate

vt. 使变得容易,使便利

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Fortify

vt. 增强,给勇气;筑堡于
Fortify a city
Fortified zone 设防地带

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Immunize

v. 使免除,使免疫

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Synchronicity

n. 同步性,同时发生

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Ineptitude

n. 不适当,不合适,愚蠢,笨拙

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Hermetic

a. 密封的,不透气的; 不受外界影响的,隐居的,独居的
A hermetic compass
Lead a hermetic life

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Mirthful

a. 欢乐的,高兴的

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Indelible

a. 难以去除的,洗不掉的

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Castigate

v. 严厉批评,申诉

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Proffer

v. 提供,贡献,提出
Proffer a cigaret to one's friend.

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Amalgamate

v. 使混合,将。。。合并
The amalgamation of small farms into larger units

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Deter

v. 威慑住,制止,阻止,使不敢
The huge waves deterred him from going swimming.

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Entice

引诱,把。。引开

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Refurbish

vt. 重新磨光,重新擦亮;整修,刷新
Refurbishing the old house has made it habitable again.

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Indignity

n. 无礼举动,侮辱言行,轻蔑,伤害尊严
Suffer indignities 蒙受侮辱

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Epiphany

n. 显现节,主显节

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Contingency

n. 可能发生的事,不测事件,紧急情况
Provide for future contingencies.
Some unforeseen contingencies must have arisen.

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Solicitous

a. 关心的,焦虑的,担忧的,挂念的
Be solicitous of patients

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Contrition

n. 悔罪,抱愧
Show contrition for one's negligence.
A look of contrition.

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Impetuous

急躁的,鲁莽的,冲动的

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Improvident

adj. 不顾将来的,没有长远打算的,挥霍的,不节俭的
They have lived improvident lives.

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Tendentious

a. 有偏见的,倾向性的,引起争论的
Tendentious statements about somebody.
She's always raising tendentious issues.

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Mortify

使失面子,使受辱,使羞愧,使窘迫
He mortified his parents by his bad behavior.

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Setback

n. 挫折,倒退,失败
A military setback.
A setback in one's business.

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Temper

v. 使缓和,使温和
Justice must be tempered with mercy.

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Empathy

n. 感情植入,移情,同情,同感,共鸣

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Portent

n. 凶兆,不祥之兆,迹象,征兆
This year's harvest will be a good one. The portents are excellent.

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Verdict

n. 裁定,定论,判断性意见
Pronounce the verdicts of history.
Give one's verdict on something.

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Infraction

n. 违反,违背
Infraction of a treaty

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Transgression

n. 违反,违法,侵犯,罪过,过失,错误
Commit a transgression of college rules.

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Vigilance

n. 警戒,警觉,警惕
Exercise vigilance
Constant vigilance against the spread of disease
The cat watched the mouse hole with vigilance

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Misdemeanor

n. 轻罪,不端正的行为
They were fined for their misdemeanors.

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Chimera

n. 幻想,妄想

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Edict

n. 法令,敕令,布告
Issue an edict
We held firm to grandmother's edict

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Schism

n. 分裂,分歧,不和
A schism in a political party
The problems are not those of class war, but of schism and separatism.

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Extraneous

a. 体外的,外部的,外来的,新异的
Extraneous moisture

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Seclude

v. 使隔绝,使隔离,使孤独,使隐退,使隐居
Seclude oneself from society.
The rich secluded themselves from contact with the poor.

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Deservedly

adv. 应得地,恰如其分地,理所当然地
The restaurant is deservedly popular.

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Refreshing

a. 提神的,凉爽的,清凉的
I have had a refreshing sleep
A refreshing breeze

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Falsification

n. 弄虚作假,篡改,伪造,歪曲
Falsification of records.

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Underuse

vt. 未充分利用,浪费地使用,使用。。。不当

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Partisan

n. 党人,虔诚的信徒,热情的支持者
Every moment has its partisans

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Dispense

v. 分配,分发,施与
Dispense alms to the needy

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Prestigious

a. 有威信的,有威望的,有声望的
Cheaper quarters in less prestigious parts of a town

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Perturb

v. 使心绪不宁

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Pledge

n. 诺言,保证,誓言,誓约
Fulfill one's pledge
Make a pledge to do something