Unit 1 词汇例句

Unit 1 Words and Sentences

intelligent excessive constant impression affect adverse reflect profound enthusiastic spontaneous sensitive confirm compliment detrimental eliminate envy jealous diminish timid converse destructive approach accent isolate eventually unique individual potential

  1. intelligent: Susan's a very bright and intelligent woman who knows her own mind.
    苏珊是个非常聪明、有主见的女子。
  2. intelligent: ...lively and intelligent conversation...
    生动有趣、聪明睿智的谈话
  3. intelligent: He ventured the opinion that 'whales are as intelligent as human beings'.
    他大胆提出了“鲸与人类一样聪明”的观点。
  4. intelligent: They are incapable of thinking intelligently about politics.
    他们对政治没有什么高见。
  5. intelligent: An intelligent computer will be an indispensable diagnostic tool for doctors.
    智能计算机将成为医生不可或缺的诊断工具。
  6. intelligent: ...the biggest-ever search for intelligent life elsewhere in the universe.
    有史以来规模最大的寻找外星智能生命的行动
  1. excessive: ...the alleged use of excessive force by police...
    警察涉嫌滥用武力
  2. excessive: The government says that local authority spending is excessive.
    政府称地方当局开支过大。
  3. excessive: Managers are also accused of paying themselves excessively high salaries.
    经理们还被指责给自己支付过高的薪水。
  4. excessive: Mum had started taking pills and drinking excessively.
    妈妈开始服药酗酒。
  1. constant: She suggests that women are under constant pressure to be abnormally thin.
    她暗示说女性总是处在保持身材异常瘦削的压力之下。
  2. constant: Inflation is a constant threat.
    通货膨胀始终是个威胁。
  3. constant: He has been her constant companion for the last four months.
    4个月来,他一直陪伴在她身边。
  4. constant: The direction of the wind is constantly changing.
    风向不断变化。
  5. constant: We are constantly being reminded to cut down our fat intake.
    不断有人提醒我们要减少脂肪的摄入量。
  6. constant: The average speed of the winds remained constant.
    平均风速保持稳定。
  7. constant: In the world of fashion it sometimes seems that the only constant is ceaseless change.
    在时装界,有时似乎唯一永恒不变的东西就是不断的变化。
  8. constant: Two significant constants have been found in a number of research studies.
    若干研究已经发现了两个重要常量。
  1. impression: What were your first impressions of college?
    你对大学的第一印象是什么?
  2. impression: My impression is that they are totally out of control.
    我的感觉是它们完全失去了控制。
  3. impression: There was a general impression that tomorrow meant a fresh start.
    普遍的感觉是明天意味着一个新的开始。
  4. impression: I don't want to give the impression that I'm running away from the charges...
    我不想给人一种我在逃避指控的感觉。
  5. impression: He cleverly inserted mirrors above the window to create an impression of space.
    他巧妙地在窗子上面镶嵌了几面镜子,以营造一种空间感。
  6. impression: He did impressions of Sean Connery and James Mason.
    他对肖恩•康纳利和詹姆斯•梅森进行了滑稽模仿。
  7. impression: ...the world's oldest fossil impressions of plant life.
    世界上最古老的植物化石印痕
  8. impression: He has told me his plans and he's made a good impression on me.
    他告诉了我他的计划,给我留下了一个好印象。
  9. impression: The aid coming in has made no impression on the horrific death rates.
    逐渐到达的救援对可怕的死亡率并没有起到什么作用。
  10. impression: He had apparently been under the impression that a military coup was in progress.
    他显然以为一场军事政变正在酝酿中。
  1. affect: Nicotine adversely affects the functioning of the heart and arteries.
    尼古丁会对心脏及动脉功能造成损害。
  2. affect: More than seven million people have been affected by drought.
    已有超过700万的民众受到旱灾的影响。
  3. affect: ...the worst-affected areas of Somalia.
    索马里受影响最为严重的地区
  4. affect: Arthritis is a crippling disease which affects people all over the world.
    关节炎是一种会危害全人类健康的致残性疾病。
  5. affect: The divorce affected Jim deeply...
    离婚对吉姆打击很大。
  6. affect: Gregor loved his sister, and her loss clearly still affects him.
    格雷戈尔爱他的姐姐,她的去世显然仍令他悲伤不已。
  7. affect: He listened to them, affecting an amused interest.
    他装作饶有兴致地听他们说话。
  8. affect: Ms. Redgrave affects a heavy Italian accent.
    雷德格雷夫女士假装带有浓重的意大利口音。
  1. adverse: The police said Mr Hadfield's decision would have no adverse effect on the progress of the investigation...
    警方称哈德菲尔德先生的决定将不会对调查的进展造成不利影响。
  2. adverse: Despite the adverse conditions, the road was finished in just eight months.
    尽管存在种种不利情况,公路还是仅用8个月就完工了。
  3. adverse: Price changes must not adversely affect the living standards of the people.
    物价变化一定不能给人们的生活水准带来负面影响。
  1. reflect: The Los Angeles riots reflected the bitterness between the black and Korean communities in the city.
    洛杉矶的暴乱反映出这个城市的黑人社区和韩裔社区之间的仇恨。
  2. reflect: Concern at the economic situation was reflected in the government's budget.
    政府的预算反映了对经济运行状况的关注。
  3. reflect: The sun reflected off the snow-covered mountains.
    冰雪覆盖的山峰反射着阳光。
  4. reflect: The glass appears to reflect light naturally.
    玻璃似乎可以自然反射光线。
  5. reflect: His image seemed to be reflected many times in the mirror.
    那面镜子里好像映现出很多个他的影像。
  6. reflect: We should all give ourselves time to reflect.
    我们都应该给自己时间好好想想。
  7. reflect: I reflected on the child's future.
    我认真考虑了孩子的将来。
  8. reflect: Things were very much changed since before the war, he reflected.
    情况与战前大不同了,他想。
  9. reflect: The affair hardly reflected well on the British.
    这个事件很难让人们对英国人有好印象。
  10. reflect: Your own personal behavior as a teacher, outside of school hours, reflects on the school itself.
    作为教师,你在课堂以外的个人行为会影响人们对学校的印象。
  1. profound: ...discoveries which had a profound effect on many areas of medicine.
    对很多医学领域产生了深刻影响的发现
  2. profound: ...profound disagreement...
    严重的分歧
  3. profound: The overwhelming feeling is just deep, profound shock and anger.
    最强烈的感觉就是深深的震惊和愤怒。
  4. profound: This has profoundly affected my life.
    这给我的生活带来了深刻的影响。
  5. profound: In politics, as in other areas, he is profoundly conservative.
    就像在其他领域一样,他在政治方面也非常保守。
  6. profound: This is a book full of profound, original and challenging insights.
    这本书充满了深刻、新颖、令人深思的见解。
  7. profound: ...one of the country's most profound minds.
    该国知识最渊博的人之一
  1. enthusiastic: Tom was very enthusiastic about the place.
    汤姆对那个地方非常感兴趣。
  2. enthusiastic: Bob Dole seemed less than enthusiastic about the proposed move.
    鲍勃·多尔似乎对提议的这项行动不太感兴趣。
  3. enthusiastic: He knew much about pictures and fine furniture, and was an enthusiastic gardener.
    他对电影和高档家具知之甚多,还是个园艺爱好者。
  4. enthusiastic: The announcement was greeted enthusiastically.
    公告受到人们的热烈欢迎。
  1. spontaneous: Diana's house was crowded with happy people whose spontaneous outbursts of song were accompanied by lively music.
    戴安娜的家里挤满了兴奋的人们,他们伴着欢快的音乐不由自主地引吭高歌。
  2. spontaneous: I joined in the spontaneous applause.
    我跟着也自然而然地鼓起掌来。
  3. spontaneous: As soon as the tremor passed, many people spontaneously arose and cheered.
    震感刚一过去,很多人就自发地站起来欢呼。
  4. spontaneous: He was never spontaneously warm or friendly towards us.
    他从未自然而然地对我们表示过热情或友好。
  5. spontaneous: I had another spontaneous miscarriage at around the 16th to 18th week.
    我在大约第 16 至 18 孕周时又经历了一次自然流产。
  6. spontaneous: ...a spontaneous explosion.
    自爆
  7. spontaneous: Usually a woman's breasts produce milk spontaneously after the birth.
    女性的乳房通常在产后会自然泌乳。
  8. spontaneous: These images surface spontaneously in dreams.
    这些影像在梦中自然地浮现出来。
  1. sensitive: The classroom teacher must be sensitive to a child's needs...
    班主任必须对小学生的需求体察入微。
  2. sensitive: He was always so sensitive and caring.
    他总是如此理解和关心别人。
  3. sensitive: The abuse of women needs to be treated seriously and sensitively.
    虐待妇女问题需要得到严肃而认真的处理。
  4. >sensitive: A good relationship involves concern and sensitivity for each other's feelings.
    一段美满的恋情需要彼此关心并体恤对方的情感。
  5. sensitive: Young people are very sensitive about their appearance.
    年轻人对外表很在意。
  6. sensitive: Take it easy. Don't be so sensitive.
    放松点,别这么敏感。
  7. sensitive: ...people who suffer extreme sensitivity about what others think...
    对别人的想法过分在意的人们
  8. sensitive: They are aware of American political sensitivities about their country's role.
    他们明白美国人对其国家扮演的政治角色很敏感。
  9. sensitive: Employment is a very sensitive issue.
    就业是一个非常棘手的问题。
  10. sensitive: ...politically sensitive matters.
    政治敏感事件
  11. sensitive: Due to the obvious sensitivity of the issue he would not divulge any details.
    由于该问题明显非常敏感,他不会透露任何细节。
  12. sensitive: He instructed staff to shred sensitive documents.
    他吩咐员工将机密文件用碎纸机销毁。
  13. sensitive: ...sensitive information which, in the wrong hands, could jeopardise the safety of British troops.
    落入敌人手中会危及英军安全的机要情报
  14. sensitive: ...a chemical which is sensitive to light.
    对光敏感的化学品
  15. sensitive: ...gentle cosmetics for sensitive skin.
    适用于敏感性皮肤的温和化妆品
  16. sensitive: ...the sensitivity of cells to damage by chemotherapy.
    细胞很容易受化疗损伤
  17. sensitive: ...an extremely sensitive microscope.
    高灵敏度的显微镜
  18. sensitive: ...the sensitivity of the detector.
    探测器的灵敏度
  1. confirm: X-rays have confirmed that he has not broken any bones.
    X光片证实他没有骨折。
  2. confirm: These new statistics confirm our worst fears about the depth of the recession...
    这些新的统计数据证实经济衰退已经严重到我们最为担忧的境地。
  3. confirm: This confirms what I suspected all along.
    这证实了我一直以来的怀疑。
  4. confirm: They took her resignation from Bendix as confirmation of their suspicions.
    他们认为她从本迪克斯公司辞职证实了他们的怀疑。
  5. confirm: The spokesman confirmed that the area was now in rebel hands.
    这位发言人证实该地区现已落入叛乱分子手中。
  6. confirm: He confirmed what had long been feared.
    他证实了人们长期以来的担心。
  7. confirm: Can you confirm this?
    这个你能确定吗?
  8. confirm: She glanced over at James for confirmation.
    她扫了詹姆斯一眼,想得到他的确认。
  9. confirm: You make the reservation, and I'll confirm it in writing.
    你来预订,我会去函确认。
  10. confirm: Travel arrangements are subject to confirmation by State Tourist Organisations.
    旅行安排有待州旅游组织的确认。
  11. confirm: He was confirmed as a member of the Church of England.
    他领受了坚振礼,成为英国国教会的一员。
  12. confirm: ...when I was being prepared for Confirmation...
    在我为领受坚振礼做准备的时候
  13. confirm: Flu prevented her from attending her daughter's confirmation.
    流感使她没能参加女儿的坚振礼。
  14. confirm: It has confirmed me in my decision not to become a nun.
    这使我更加坚定了不做修女的决心。
  15. confirm: Williams has confirmed his position as the world's number one snooker player.
    威廉姆斯巩固了自己世界头号斯诺克选手的地位。
  16. confirm: His new role could confirm him as one of our leading actors.
    他的新角色会确保他跻身我们的一流演员之列。
  1. compliment: You can do no harm by paying a woman compliments.
    对女人说些恭维话没有坏处。
  2. compliment: 'Well done, Cassandra,' Crook said. She blushed, but accepted the compliment with good grace.
    “干得好,卡桑德拉。”克鲁克说。她脸一下子红了,但还是很有风度地接受了恭维。
  3. compliment: They complimented me on the way I looked each time they saw me.
    每次见到我,他们都称赞我的外貌。
  4. compliment: Firstly I compliment you on most of your excellent Spring issue of 'Triangle'.
    首先,让我来夸几句,你们《三角迷踪》春季号的大部分内容都非常精彩。
  5. compliment: We consider it a compliment to be called 'conservative'.
    我们认为被称作“保守分子”是对我们的一种赞赏。
  6. compliment: It's obvious he's worried about us and I'm taking it as a compliment.
    显然他担心我们,我把这当做一种赞美。
  7. compliment: My compliments to the chef.
    请向厨师代为致意!
  8. compliment: Give my compliments to your lovely wife when you write home.
    写信回家的时候,代我问候你可爱的妻子。
  9. compliment: The actors have entertained us so splendidly during this weekend, I think it's time we returned the compliment.
    这周末演员们给我们带来了精彩的演出,我觉得我们该回请他们了。
  10. compliment: Please give this to your boss with my compliments...
    请把这个给你的老板,算是我的一点心意。
  11. compliment: On my bedside table awaited, with the compliments of the management, an appetizing breakfast.
    一份让人垂涎的早餐摆在我的床头桌上,那是管理人员的一点小意思。
  1. detrimental: ...foods suspected of being detrimental to health...
    被怀疑有害健康的食品
  2. detrimental: The government's policy of high interest rates is having a detrimental effect on industry.
    政府的高利率政策正对工业产生不利影响。
  1. eliminate: The Sex Discrimination Act has not eliminated discrimination in employment.
    《反性别歧视法》并未根除工作中的歧视。
  2. eliminate: Academic departments are being eliminated.
    纯理论研究院系即将被裁撤。
  3. eliminate: If you think you may be allergic to a food or drink, eliminate it from your diet.
    如果觉得可能对某种食物或饮料过敏,将其从日常饮食中去除。
  4. eliminate: ...the prohibition and elimination of chemical weapons.
    对化学武器的禁止和销毁
  5. eliminate: I was eliminated from the 400 metres in the semi-finals.
    我在400米半决赛中被淘汰。
  6. eliminate: If you are eliminated in the show-jumping then you are out of the complete competition.
    如果在马术障碍赛中被淘汰,就意味着完全出局。
  7. eliminate: He declared war on the government and urged right-wingers to eliminate their opponents.
    他向政府宣战,并煽动右翼分子干掉他们的对手。
  8. eliminate: The radio station claimed that 87,000 'reactionaries' had been eliminated.
    广播电台声称已经消灭了87,000名“反动分子”。
  1. envy: Gradually he began to acknowledge his feelings of envy towards his mother.
    渐渐地,他开始承认自己羡慕母亲。
  2. envy: They gazed in a mixture of envy and admiration at the beauty of the statue.
    他们心情复杂地凝视着这尊雕像,既为它的美丽折服又心生忌妒。
  3. envy: I don't envy the young ones who've become TV superstars and know no other world...
    我不羡慕那些成为超级电视明星,对其他却一无所知的年轻人。
  4. envy: I have a rich brother and a lot of people envy the fact.
    我有个有钱的兄弟,很多人都因此羡慕我。
  5. envy: He envied Caroline her peace.
    他羡慕卡罗琳的平和。
  6. envy: Britain is now the envy of the world's record companies.
    英国现在是全世界唱片公司羡慕的对象。
  7. envy: ...an economic expansion that was the envy of many other states.
    令很多其他国家羡慕的经济发展
  1. jealous: She got insanely jealous and there was a terrible fight.
    她妒忌得发疯,结果是大吵一架。
  2. jealous: The formula is jealously guarded.
    配方被小心翼翼地收藏着。
  3. jealous: She was jealous of his wealth.
    她忌妒他的富有。
  4. jealous: You're jealous because the record company rejected your idea.
    你之所以妒忌是因为唱片公司拒绝接受你的想法。
  5. jealous: Gloria eyed them jealously.
    格洛丽亚羡慕地望着他们。
  1. diminish: The threat of nuclear war has diminished.
    核战争的威胁已经减小了。
  2. diminish: Federalism is intended to diminish the power of the central state.
    联邦制旨在削弱中央政府的权力。
  3. diminish: Universities are facing grave problems because of diminishing resources.
    由于资源的减少,大学正面临严峻的问题。
  4. diminish: He never put her down or diminished her.
    他从未奚落或贬低过她。
  5. diminish: He could no longer cope; he relied on me, and felt diminished by it.
    他再也无法承受,他依赖我,却因此觉得是受了轻贱。
  1. timid: A timid child, Isabella had learned obedience at an early age.
    伊莎贝拉是一个羞怯的孩子,很小就学会了顺从。
  2. timid: She doesn't ridicule my timidity.
    她没有奚落我的羞怯。
  3. timid: The little boy stepped forward timidly and shook Leo's hand.
    小男孩羞怯地走上前去握了握利奥的手。
  4. timid: The President's critics say he has been too timid in responding to changing international developments.
    批评总统的人认为他在应对风云变幻的国际局势时过于瞻前顾后。
  5. timid: The newspaper called the plan timid and unimaginative.
    该报称这一计划谨小慎微,毫无想象力。
  6. timid: He was soon disillusioned by the government's timidity on social reform.
    他不久就因政府在进行社会改革时缩手缩脚而不抱幻想了。
  7. timid: A number of these states are moving timidly towards multi-party democracy.
    这些国家中有很多正小心翼翼地向多党民主制发展。
  1. converse: Luke sat directly behind the pilot and conversed with him.
    卢克就坐在飞行员后面,并且和他说着话。
  2. converse: They were conversing in German, their only common language.
    他们正用德语交谈,这是他们唯一的共同语言。
  3. converse: What you do for a living is critical to where you settle and how you live — and the converse is also true.
    一个人的谋生手段对于其居住地的选择和生活方式来说有着至关重要的影响,反之亦然。
  1. destructive: ...the awesome destructive power of nuclear weapons...
    核武器可怕的毁灭性力量
  2. destructive: Guilt can be very destructive.
    负疚感会具有很强的杀伤力。
  3. destructive: ...the size of armies and the destructiveness of their weapons.
    军队规模及其武器的杀伤力
  4. destructive: Power can be used creatively or destructively.
    权力可以得到创造性的运用,也可以带来毁灭性的结果。
  1. approach: He didn't approach the front door at once.
    他没有马上走向前门。
  2. approach: When I approached, they grew silent.
    当我走近时,他们就不说话了。
  3. approach: We turned to see the approaching car slow down.
    我们转身看见驶近的车慢慢停下。
  4. approach: At their approach the little boy ran away and hid.
    他们一走近,小男孩就逃走藏了起来。
  5. approach: ...the approach of a low-flying helicopter.
    一架低空飞行的直升机的逼近
  6. approach: The path serves as an approach to the boat house.
    这条小路通往船屋。
  7. approach: When Chappel approached me about the job, my first reaction was of disbelief.
    当查普尔为这份工作找我商量时,我的第一反应是不相信。
  8. approach: He approached me to create and design the restaurant.
    他请我建造并设计该饭店。
  9. approach: Anna approached several builders and was fortunate to come across Eddie.
    安娜与几个建筑商有过接洽,并且很幸运地碰到了埃迪。
  10. approach: There had already been approaches from buyers interested in the whole of the group.
    已有对整组感兴趣的买家来进行洽谈。
  11. approach: The Bank has approached the issue in a practical way.
    银行已经实际解决了这个问题。
  12. approach: Employers are interested in how you approach problems.
    雇主们对你如何处理问题感兴趣。
  13. approach: We will be exploring different approaches to gathering information.
    我们将探索收集信息的不同方法。
  14. approach: ...the adversarial approach of the British legal system.
    英国法律制度采用的辩论式审判模式
  15. approach: As autumn approached, the plants and colours in the garden changed.
    秋天临近,花园中的草木和颜色也发生了变化。
  16. approach: ...the approaching crisis.
    步步逼近的危机
  17. approach: ...the festive spirit that permeated the house with the approach of Christmas.
    随着圣诞节临近房子里洋溢着的节日气氛
  18. approach: We approach the end of the year with the economy slowing and little sign of cheer.
    接近年末时,我们面临经济迟滞、处处萧条的局面。
  19. approach: Oil prices have approached their highest level for almost ten years.
    石油价格已接近近10年中的最高水平。
  20. approach: Mansell will race at average speeds approaching 200mph.
    曼塞尔将以接近每小时200英里的平均车速参赛。
  1. accent: He had developed a slight American accent.
    他说话带上了一点轻微的美国口音。
  2. accent: He is putting the accent on military readiness.
    他强调要保持备战状态。
  3. accent: There is often a strong accent on material success.
    经常大力强调物质成就。
  1. isolate: This policy could isolate the country from the other permanent members of the United Nations Security Council.
    这一政策可能会使该国孤立于联合国安全理事会其他常任理事国之外。
  2. isolate: Political influence is being used to shape public opinion and isolate critics.
    政治影响正被用来左右公众舆论,使批评家们陷于孤立。
  3. isolate: They are finding themselves increasingly isolated within the teaching profession.
    他们发现自己在教育界越来越孤立无助。
  4. isolate: Diplomatic isolation could lead to economic disaster.
    外交孤立可能导致经济灾难。
  5. isolate: ...the public isolation of the Prime Minister.
    首相受到公众的冷落
  6. isolate: When he was thinking out a problem Tweed's habit was never to isolate himself in his room.
    思考问题的时候,特威德从来没有把自己关在房间里的习惯。
  7. isolate: His radicalism and refusal to compromise isolated him.
    他的激进主义与拒绝妥协使他受到孤立。
  8. isolate: Police officers had a siege mentality that isolated them from the people they served.
    警察们有一种受围心态,这使得他们脱离了所服务的群众。
  9. isolate: Our anxieties can also be controlled by isolating thoughts, feelings and memories.
    我们也可以通过将一些想法、感情与记忆分开考虑以控制焦虑情绪。
  10. isolate: ...attempts to isolate a single factor as the cause of the decline of Britain...
    试图分离出一种因素作为英国衰退的原因
  11. isolate: Gandhi said that those who isolate religion from politics don't understand the nature of either.
    甘地说过,那些主张政教分离者对两者的本质都不了解。
  12. isolate: We can use genetic engineering techniques to isolate the gene that is responsible.
    我们可以使用基因工程技术把相关基因分离出来。
  13. isolate: Researchers have isolated a new protein from the seeds of poppies.
    研究人员已经从罂粟种子里分离出一种新的蛋白质。
  14. isolate: ...the chemical isolated from brain tissue.
    从脑组织里分离出的一种化学物质
  15. isolate: Patients will be isolated from other people for between three days and one month after treatment.
    治疗结束后,病人将与其他人隔离3天到1个月的时间。
  16. isolate: You don't have to isolate them from the community.
    你没必要把他们与社区隔离。
  1. eventually: Eventually, the army caught up with him in Latvia.
    最终,大部队在拉脱维亚赶上了他。
  2. eventually: The flight eventually got away six hours late.
    那个航班推迟了6个小时后终于起飞。
  3. eventually: Eventually your child will leave home to lead her own life as a fully independent adult.
    最后,你的孩子会离开家,作为一个完全独立的成年人过她自己的生活。
  4. eventually: She sees the bar as a starting point and eventually plans to run her own chain of country inns.
    她把那间酒吧当作一个起点,最终计划是经营自己的乡村旅馆连锁店。
  1. unique: Each person's signature is unique.
    每个人的签名都是独一无二的。
  2. unique: The area has its own unique language, Catalan.
    这个地区有自己单独的语言,加泰罗尼亚语。
  3. unique: Because of the extreme cold, the Antarctic is a uniquely fragile environment.
    极度严寒造成了南极地区绝无仅有的脆弱环境。
  4. unique: Uniquely among the great world religions, Buddhism is rooted only in the universal experience of suffering known to all human beings.
    与世界其他主要宗教不同的是,佛教是唯一基于全人类所共知的苦难而产生发展起来的。
  5. unique: Each time I returned I was struck by the uniqueness of Australia and its people.
    每次返回,我都会惊讶于澳大利亚及其国民的与众不同。
  6. unique: Brett's vocals are just unique.
    布雷特的歌声无与伦比。
  7. unique: Kauffman was a woman of unique talent and determination.
    考夫曼是一个有着超群才智和决断力的女子。
  8. unique: ...people who consider themselves uniquely qualified to be president of the United States.
    认为自己最能胜任美国总统一职的人
  9. unique: ...a festival ambience that is uniquely conducive to the absorption of serious music.
    特别适合欣赏严肃音乐的节日氛围
  10. unique: No one knows for sure why adolescence is unique to humans.
    没有人确切地知道为什么只有人类才会经历青春期。
  11. unique: This interesting and charming creature is unique to Borneo.
    这种有趣迷人的动物是婆罗洲独有的。
  12. unique: The problem isn't uniquely American.
    这个问题不是美国所独有的。
  1. individual: They wait for the group to decide rather than making individual decisions.
    他们等待团体作决定而不是各自作出决定。
  2. individual: Aid to individual countries would be linked to progress towards democracy.
    对个别国家的援助会与其民主进程相挂钩。
  3. individual: Divide the vegetables among four individual dishes.
    把蔬菜分开盛放在4个单独的盘子里。
  4. individual: ...cheeses which come in individually wrapped segments...
    单独包装成块的奶酪
  5. individual: There are 96 pieces and they are worth, individually and collectively, a lot of money.
    共有 96 件,它们无论单独一件还是放在一起,都值很多钱。
  6. individual: ...anonymous individuals who are doing good things within our community.
    一些在我们社区内做好事却不留名的个人
  7. individual: ...the rights and responsibilities of the individual...
    个人的权利和责任
  8. individual: A child's awareness of being an individual grows in stages during the pre-school years.
    孩子的个体意识在入学前的几年中逐渐增强。
  9. individual: It was really all part of her very individual personality.
    那其实都是她独特个性的表现。
  10. individual: The language is highly individual.
    语言非常独特。
  1. potential: The firm has identified 60 potential customers at home and abroad.
    该公司已在国内外找到60个潜在客户。
  2. potential: ...potential party members...
    有可能发展成党员的人
  3. potential: We are aware of the potential problems and have taken every precaution.
    我们已意识到潜在的问题,并采取了全面的预防措施。
  4. potential: Clearly this is a potentially dangerous situation.
    这无疑是一种潜在的危险局势。
  5. potential: Potentially this could damage the reputation of the whole industry.
    这可能会毁掉整个行业的声誉。
  6. potential: The boy has great potential...
    这个男孩非常有潜质。
  7. potential: The school strives to treat pupils as individuals and to help each one to achieve their full potential.
    学校力求对每一个学生因材施教,帮助他们充分发挥其潜力。
  8. potential: Denmark recognised the potential of wind energy early.
    丹麦早就认识到了风能的潜力。
  9. potential: John seemed as horrified as I about his potential for violence.
    约翰似乎和我一样害怕他自己会使用暴力。
  10. potential: The meeting has the potential to be a watershed event.
    这次会议有可能成为具有转折性的事件。
  11. potential: The potential for conflict is great.
    爆发冲突的可能性很大。
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