Unit 3 词汇例句
作者:金哲凡 2017年04月08日 Saturday
financial [faiˈnænʃəl, ˌfi-]
- financial: The company is in financial difficulties.
- financial: ...the government's financial advisers.
- financial: She would like to be more financially independent...
- financial: She's been struggling financially for years...
- financial: Financially, things are a bit tight.
- fulfil: President Kaunda fulfilled his promise of announcing a date for the referendum.
- fulfil: Without them you will not be able to fulfil the tasks you have before you...
- fulfil: All the necessary conditions were fulfilled.
- fulfil: The war was the biggest thing in her life and nothing after that quite fulfilled her...
- fulfil: They don't like the idea that women can fulfil themselves without the assistance of a man.
- fulfil: She has courageously continued to lead a fulfilled life...
- fulfil: I feel more fulfilled doing this than I've ever done.
- fulfil: ...a fulfilling career...
- fulfil: I found it all very fulfilling.
- affect: Nicotine adversely affects the functioning of the heart and arteries.
- affect: More than seven million people have been affected by drought.
- affect: ...the worst-affected areas of Somalia.
- affect: Arthritis is a crippling disease which affects people all over the world.
- affect: The divorce affected Jim deeply...
- affect: Gregor loved his sister, and her loss clearly still affects him.
- affect: He listened to them, affecting an amused interest.
- affect: Ms. Redgrave affects a heavy Italian accent.
- impact: They say they expect the meeting to have a marked impact on the future of the country...
- impact: The major impact of this epidemic worldwide is yet to come...
- impact: When an executive comes into a new job, he wants to quickly make an impact.
- impact: The plane is destroyed, a complete wreck: the pilot must have died on impact...
- impact: A running track should be capable of absorbing the impact of a runner's foot landing on it.
- impact: Such schemes mean little unless they impact on people.
- impact: That, in turn would increase pressure for higher wages and that, in turn, would impact on inflation and competition.
- impact: ...the potential for women to impact the political process.
- impact: Somebody who is a foreign investor and more sensitive about the public profile will be more impacted by that pressure.
- impact: ...the sharp tinkle of metal impacting on stone...
- impact: According to the air force, the missile merely impacted with the ground prematurely...
- impact: When a large object impacts the Earth, it makes a crater.
- suppress: ...drug traffickers, who continue to flourish despite international attempts to suppress them...
- suppress: ...nationwide demonstrations for democracy, suppressed after 7 weeks by the army.
- suppress: ...people who were imprisoned after the violent suppression of the pro-democracy movement protests.
- suppress: The reproduction and growth of the cancerous cells can be suppressed by bombarding them with radiation.
- suppress: ...the strongest evidence so far that ultraviolet light can suppress human immune responses.
- suppress: Eye problems can indicate an unhealthy lifestyle with subsequent suppression of the immune system.
- suppress: Liz thought of Barry and suppressed a smile...
- suppress: The Professor said that deep sleep allowed suppressed anxieties to surface.
- suppress: A mother's suppression of her own feelings can cause problems.
- suppress: At no time did they try to persuade me to suppress the information...
- suppress: The wrong criminal is in the dock either because a genuine mistake has been made or because evidence has been suppressed.
- suppress: The inspectors found no evidence which supported any allegation of suppression of official documents.
- suppress: 'The Government is suppressing inflation by devastating the economy,' he said...
- suppress: Lawyers said today's ruling would lead to higher prices and would suppress innovation of new products.
- extend: The caves extend for some 18 kilometres...
- extend: The main stem will extend to around 12ft, if left to develop naturally...
- extend: Our personal space extends about 12 to 18 inches around us...
- extend: A shelf of land extended from the escarpment.
- extend: ...a playing career in first-class cricket that extended from 1894 to 1920...
- extend: The courses are based on a weekly two-hour class, extending over a period of 25 weeks.
- extend: The service also extends to wrapping and delivering gifts...
- extend: The talks will extend to the church, human rights groups and other social organizations...
- extend: His influence extends beyond the TV viewing audience.
- extend: This year they have introduced three new products to extend their range...
- extend: The building was extended in 1500.
- extend: ...an extended exhaust pipe.
- extend: ... a table which extends to accommodate extra guests...
- extend: The table extends to 220cm.
- extend: They have extended the deadline by twenty-four hours.
- extend: ...an extended contract.
- extend: It might be possible to extend the technique to other crop plants.
- extend: The man extended his hand: 'I'm Chuck'.
- vacation: During his summer vacation he visited Russia...
- vacation: Did you have a lot of reading during the vacation?
- vacation: They planned a late summer vacation in Europe...
- vacation: We went on vacation to Puerto Rico.
- vacation: The French get five to six weeks' vacation a year.
- vacation: Myles vacationed in Jamaica...
- vacation: He was vacationing and couldn't be reached for comment.
- resentful: At first I felt very resentful and angry about losing my job...
- resentful: He turned away in sullen, resentful silence.
- resentful: For a moment she continued to look at him resentfully.
- exhaust: Don't exhaust him...
- exhaust: He took to walking long distances in an attempt to physically exhaust himself.
- exhaust: She was too exhausted and distressed to talk about the tragedy.
- exhaust: It was an exhausting schedule she had set herself.
- exhaust: We have exhausted all our material resources...
- exhaust: They said that food supplies were almost exhausted.
- exhaust: She and Chantal must have exhausted the subject of babies and clothes.
- exhaust: ...the exhaust from a car engine...
- exhaust: The city's streets are filthy and choked with exhaust fumes.
- exhaust: ...the concentration of car exhausts in the Los Angeles area.
- immediate: These tragic incidents have had an immediate effect...
- immediate: My immediate reaction was just disgust.
- immediate: Relief agencies say the immediate problem is not a lack of food, but transportation.
- immediate: In the immediate aftermath of the riots, a mood of hope and reconciliation sprang up...
- immediate: His immediate superior, General Geichenko, had singled him out for special mention.
- immediate: Only a handful had returned to work in the immediate vicinity...
- immediate: I was seated at Sauter's immediate left.
- immediate: The presence of his immediate family is obviously having a calming effect on him.
- priority: Being a parent is her first priority...
- priority: The government's priority is to build more power plants...
- priority: Getting your priorities in order is a good way to not waste energy on meaningless pursuits.
- priority: The school will give priority to science, maths and modern languages...
- priority: The proposals deserve support as they give priority to the needs of children.
- priority: The fight against inflation took priority over measures to combat the deepening recession...
- priority: I disagree with the premise that economic development has priority over the environment.
- engage: I have never engaged in the drug trade...
- engage: You can engage in croquet on the south lawn.
- engage: They never learned skills to engage the attention of the others.
- engage: They tried to engage him in conversation...
- engage: We want to engage recognized leaders in discussion.
- engage: She found it hard to engage with office life...
- engage: She had vowed to go out of her way to engage with the Irish people at local community level.
- engage: And she, too, suffers from a lack of critical engagement with the literary texts.
- engage: We engaged the services of a recognised engineer...
- engage: He had been able to engage some staff.
- engage: Press the lever until you hear the catch engage.
- engage: ...a lesson in how to engage the four-wheel drive.
- engage: It could engage the enemy beyond the range of hostile torpedoes.
- void: His death has left a void in the cricketing world which can never be filled.
- void: ...an aching void of loneliness.
- void: He stared into the dark void where the battle had been fought...
- void: The ship moved silently through the black void...
- void: Observers have recently found in the Universe giant voids about 500,000,000 light-years across.
- void: The original elections were declared void by the former military ruler...
- void: The agreement will be considered null and void.
- void: He rose, his face void of emotion as he walked towards the door...
- void: The treaty is now void of absolute commitments.
- void: The Supreme Court threw out the confession and voided his conviction for murder.
- forbid: They'll forbid you to marry...
- forbid: She was shut away and forbidden to read...
- forbid: Brazil's constitution forbids the military use of nuclear energy.
- forbid: His own pride forbids him to ask Arthur's help...
- forbid: Custom forbids any modernisation.
- isolate: This policy could isolate the country from the other permanent members of the United Nations Security Council.
- isolate: Political influence is being used to shape public opinion and isolate critics.
- isolate: They are finding themselves increasingly isolated within the teaching profession.
- isolate: Diplomatic isolation could lead to economic disaster.
- isolate: ...the public isolation of the Prime Minister.
- isolate: When he was thinking out a problem Tweed's habit was never to isolate himself in his room.
- isolate: His radicalism and refusal to compromise isolated him.
- isolate: Police officers had a siege mentality that isolated them from the people they served.
- isolate: Our anxieties can also be controlled by isolating thoughts, feelings and memories.
- isolate: ...attempts to isolate a single factor as the cause of the decline of Britain...
- isolate: Gandhi said that those who isolate religion from politics don't understand the nature of either.
- isolate: We can use genetic engineering techniques to isolate the gene that is responsible.
- isolate: Researchers have isolated a new protein from the seeds of poppies.
- isolate: ...the chemical isolated from brain tissue.
- isolate: Patients will be isolated from other people for between three days and one month after treatment.
- isolate: You don't have to isolate them from the community.
- diverse: ...shops selling a diverse range of gifts...
- diverse: Society is now much more diverse than ever before.
- diverse: Jones has a much more diverse and perhaps younger audience.
- foster: Little Jack was placed with foster parents...
- foster: The foster mother was a wonderful, warm person.
- foster: She has since gone on to find happiness by fostering more than 100 children.
从那以后她代养了 100 多个孩子，并从中得到快乐。
- foster: He said that developed countries had a responsibility to foster global economic growth to help new democracies...
- foster: Its cash crisis has been fostered by declining property values.
- stimulate: America's priority is rightly to stimulate its economy...
- stimulate: The Russian health service has stimulated public interest in home cures.
- stimulate: ...an economy in need of stimulation.
- stimulate: Bill was stimulated by the challenge...
- stimulate: I was stimulated to examine my deepest thoughts.
- stimulate: It is a complex yet stimulating book...
- stimulate: The atmosphere was always stimulating.
- stimulate: Many enjoy the mental stimulation of a challenging job.
- stimulate: Exercise stimulates the digestive and excretory systems...
- stimulate: The production of melanin in the skin is stimulated by exposure to the sun...
- stimulate: The body is stimulated to build up resistance.
- stimulate: ...the stimulating effect of adrenaline.
- stimulate: ...physical stimulation.
- stimulate: ...the chemical stimulation of drugs.
- supervise: University teachers have refused to supervise students' examinations...
- supervise: He supervised and trained more than 400 volunteers.
他指导和培训了 400 多名志愿者。
- supervise: He makes the wines and supervises the vineyards...
- supervise: One of his jobs was supervising the dining room.
- perfect: He spoke perfect English...
- perfect: Hiring a nanny has turned out to be the perfect solution...
- perfect: It's a perfect example of a house reflecting the person who lives there...
- perfect: Carpet tiles are perfect for kitchens because they're easy to take up and wash...
- perfect: So this could be the perfect time to buy a home.
- perfect: Use only clean, Grade A, perfect eggs.
- perfect: ...their perfect white teeth.
- perfect: She was a perfect fool...
- perfect: Some people are always coming up to perfect strangers and asking them what they do...
- perfect: What he had said to her made perfect sense.
- perfect: We perfected a hand-signal system so that he could keep me informed of hazards...
- perfect: I removed the fibroid tumours, using the techniques that I have perfected.
- perfect: ...girls who needed to perfect their English.
- bitter: ...the scene of bitter fighting during the Second World War.
- bitter: ...a bitter attack on the Government's failure to support manufacturing...
- bitter: On the eve of the poll, campaigning was bitter.
- bitter: Any such thing would be bitterly opposed by most of the world's democracies.
- bitter: ...a bitterly fought football match.
- bitter: The rift within the organization reflects the growing bitterness of the dispute.
- bitter: She is said to be very bitter about the way she was sacked...
- bitter: His long life was marked by bitter personal and political memories.
- bitter: 'And he sure didn't help us,' Grant said bitterly.
- bitter: ...the party bureaucrats who bitterly resented their loss of power.
- bitter: I still feel bitterness and anger towards the person who knocked me down.
- bitter: I think the decision was a bitter blow from which he never quite recovered...
- bitter: A great deal of bitter experience had taught him how to lose gracefully...
- bitter: The statement was greeted with bitter disappointment by many of the other delegates.
- bitter: I was bitterly disappointed to have lost yet another race so near the finish.
- bitter: Outside, a bitter east wind was accompanied by flurries of snow.
- bitter: ...after spending a night in the bitter cold.
- bitter: It's been bitterly cold here in Moscow.
- bitter: The leaves taste rather bitter.
- bitter: ...as the wine ages, losing its bitter harshness, and becoming softer and smoother.
- bitter: ...a pint of bitter.
- bitter: The guerrillas would fight to the bitter end, he said, in order to achieve their main goal.
NO RECORD FOUND!abandon [əˈbændən]
- abandon: The road is strewn with abandoned vehicles.
- abandon: The authorities have abandoned any attempt to distribute food...
- abandon: The scheme's investors, fearful of bankruptcy, decided to abandon the project.
- abandon: Logic had prevailed and he had abandoned the idea.
- abandon: We are scared to abandon ourselves to our feelings in case we seem weak or out of control.
- abandon: He has spent money with gay abandon...
- abandon: Their permissiveness toward their children reflects the wild abandon of their own lives.
- abandon: The officers and crew prepared to abandon ship in an orderly fashion.
- diminish: The threat of nuclear war has diminished.
- diminish: Federalism is intended to diminish the power of the central state.
- diminish: Universities are facing grave problems because of diminishing resources.
- diminish: He never put her down or diminished her.
- diminish: He could no longer cope; he relied on me, and felt diminished by it.
- compel: ...the introduction of legislation to compel cyclists to wear a helmet...
- compel: Leonie's mother was compelled to take in washing to help support her family...
- compel: Local housing authorities have been compelled by the housing crisis to make offers of sub-standard accommodation.
- compel: Dickens felt compelled to return to the stage for a final good-bye...
- compel: I felt morally compelled to help.
- optimum: Aim to do some physical activity three times a week for optimum health.
- optimum: ...regions in which optimal conditions for farming can be created.
- inevitable: If the case succeeds, it is inevitable that other trials will follow...
- inevitable: The defeat had inevitable consequences for British policy.
- inevitable: 'It's just delaying the inevitable,' he said.
- candid: Nat is candid about the problems she is having with Steve...
- candid: I haven't been completely candid with him.
- candid: ...a candid interview.
- candid: He has stopped taking heroin now, but admits candidly that he will always be a drug addict.
- emergent: ...an emergent state.
- emergent: ...an emergent nationalist movement.
- secure: Federal leaders continued their efforts to secure a ceasefire...
- secure: Graham's achievements helped secure him the job.
- secure: Staff withdrew from the main part of the prison but secured the perimeter...
- secure: The shed was secured by a hasp and staple fastener.
- secure: We shall make sure our home is as secure as possible from now on.
- secure: He locked the heavy door securely and kept the key in his pocket.
- secure: ...territory once securely under the control of the rebels.
- secure: He helped her close the cases up, and then he secured the canvas straps as tight as they would go...
- secure: The frames are secured by horizontal rails to the back wall.
- secure: Check joints are secure and the wood is sound...
- secure: Shelves are only as secure as their fixings.
- secure: Ensure that the frame is securely fixed to the ground with bolts...
- secure: Builders must fasten down roofs of newly-built homes more securely.
- secure: ...trade union demands for secure wages and employment...
- secure: Senior citizens long for a more predictable and secure future.
- secure: ...the failure of financial institutions once thought to be secure.
- secure: He was determined to give his family a secure and solid base.
- secure: She felt secure and protected when she was with him...
- secure: The government must feel secure before it will be willing to make the concessions needed for peace.
- secure: The loan is secured against your home...
- secure: His main task is to raise enough finance to repay secured loans.