Unit 3 词汇例句

financial [faiˈnænʃəl, ˌfi-] adj.财政的,金融的
  1. financial: The company is in financial difficulties.
    公司目前财政困难。
  2. financial: ...the government's financial advisers.
    政府的财政顾问
  3. financial: She would like to be more financially independent...
    她想在经济上更加独立。
  4. financial: She's been struggling financially for years...
    她多年来一直生活拮据。
  5. financial: Financially, things are a bit tight.
    经济上情况有点吃紧。
fulfil [fulˈfil] vt.实践,履行,实行,结束,满足,完成,达到
  1. fulfil: President Kaunda fulfilled his promise of announcing a date for the referendum.
    卡翁达总统兑现了他的承诺,宣布了全民公决的日期。
  2. fulfil: Without them you will not be able to fulfil the tasks you have before you...
    没有他们你将无法完成面临的任务。
  3. fulfil: All the necessary conditions were fulfilled.
    所有必要的条件都满足了。
  4. fulfil: The war was the biggest thing in her life and nothing after that quite fulfilled her...
    这场战争是她生命中最重大的事件,从那以后再没有什么让她特别有成就感的了。
  5. fulfil: They don't like the idea that women can fulfil themselves without the assistance of a man.
    他们不喜欢那种女人没有男人的帮助仍会有所成就的想法。
  6. fulfil: She has courageously continued to lead a fulfilled life...
    她一直勇敢地坚持着充实满足的生活。
  7. fulfil: I feel more fulfilled doing this than I've ever done.
    做这件事让我比以往任何时候都感到满足。
  8. fulfil: ...a fulfilling career...
    让人有成就感的职业
  9. fulfil: I found it all very fulfilling.
    我发觉一切都令人感到非常满足。
affect [əˈfekt] vt.影响,感动,侵袭,假装
  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。
impact [ˈimpækt] =ImplementationPlanningandControlTechnique(电子计算机)程序设计及操作控制技术
  1. impact: They say they expect the meeting to have a marked impact on the future of the country...
    他们称他们预期会议对国家的未来会产生显著影响。
  2. impact: The major impact of this epidemic worldwide is yet to come...
    这种传染病在世界范围内的重大影响还未完全显现。
  3. impact: When an executive comes into a new job, he wants to quickly make an impact.
    一个新主管刚上任时,会希望尽快树立威信。
  4. impact: The plane is destroyed, a complete wreck: the pilot must have died on impact...
    飞机遭到毁坏,完全成了一堆残骸:飞行员肯定死于撞击。
  5. impact: A running track should be capable of absorbing the impact of a runner's foot landing on it.
    跑道应该能够吸收奔跑者踩踏地面时产生的撞击力。
  6. impact: Such schemes mean little unless they impact on people.
    这些计划没什么意义,除非它们对人民产生影响。
  7. impact: That, in turn would increase pressure for higher wages and that, in turn, would impact on inflation and competition.
    那样就会增加工资上涨的压力,而那样又会对通货膨胀和竞争产生影响。
  8. impact: ...the potential for women to impact the political process.
    女性影响政治进程的潜力
  9. impact: Somebody who is a foreign investor and more sensitive about the public profile will be more impacted by that pressure.
    对公众形象较注意的外国投资者会更多地受到那种压力的影响。
  10. impact: ...the sharp tinkle of metal impacting on stone...
    金属撞击石头发出的刺耳叮当声
  11. impact: According to the air force, the missile merely impacted with the ground prematurely...
    根据空军提供的消息,导弹只是提前撞向了地面。
  12. impact: When a large object impacts the Earth, it makes a crater.
    当巨大物体撞击地球时,就会产生凹坑。
suppress [səˈpres] vt.镇压,抑制,查禁,使止住
  1. suppress: ...drug traffickers, who continue to flourish despite international attempts to suppress them...
    在国际社会强力打击下活动依然猖獗的贩毒分子
  2. suppress: ...nationwide demonstrations for democracy, suppressed after 7 weeks by the army.
    在进行7周后遭到军队镇压的全国性民主示威活动
  3. suppress: ...people who were imprisoned after the violent suppression of the pro-democracy movement protests.
    在拥护民主的抗议活动遭到暴力镇压后被投入监狱的人们
  4. suppress: The reproduction and growth of the cancerous cells can be suppressed by bombarding them with radiation.
    可以通过放疗杀死癌细胞来抑制其再生和扩散。
  5. suppress: ...the strongest evidence so far that ultraviolet light can suppress human immune responses.
    迄今为止可证明紫外线能抑制人体免疫反应的最有力证据
  6. suppress: Eye problems can indicate an unhealthy lifestyle with subsequent suppression of the immune system.
    患眼疾可能表明生活方式不健康,而且免疫系统同时受到抑制。
  7. suppress: Liz thought of Barry and suppressed a smile...
    莉兹想起了巴里,忍住没笑。
  8. suppress: The Professor said that deep sleep allowed suppressed anxieties to surface.
    教授说深度睡眠可以使压抑的焦虑情绪得以释放。
  9. suppress: A mother's suppression of her own feelings can cause problems.
    母亲压抑自己的情感会产生问题。
  10. suppress: At no time did they try to persuade me to suppress the information...
    他们从没有试图劝我隐瞒这个消息。
  11. suppress: The wrong criminal is in the dock either because a genuine mistake has been made or because evidence has been suppressed.
    冤案错案的出现,要么是因为确实弄错了,要么是因为证据被隐瞒。
  12. suppress: The inspectors found no evidence which supported any allegation of suppression of official documents.
    检察官没有找到任何证据来证实有关官方文件被封锁的说法。
  13. suppress: 'The Government is suppressing inflation by devastating the economy,' he said...
    他说,"政府正在通过破坏经济来抑制通货膨胀。"
  14. suppress: Lawyers said today's ruling would lead to higher prices and would suppress innovation of new products.
    律师们称今天的裁决将会抬升价格,并抑制新产品的创新。
extend [iksˈtend] v.扩充,延伸,伸展,扩大[军]使疏开,给予,提供,演化出的全文,[律]对(地产等)估价
  1. extend: The caves extend for some 18 kilometres...
    那些洞穴深约18公里。
  2. extend: The main stem will extend to around 12ft, if left to develop naturally...
    如果任其自然生长,主干可以长到约12英尺。
  3. extend: Our personal space extends about 12 to 18 inches around us...
    我们的个人空间是周围12到18英寸的范围。
  4. extend: A shelf of land extended from the escarpment.
    悬崖上凸出一块空地。
  5. extend: ...a playing career in first-class cricket that extended from 1894 to 1920...
    从1894年延续至1920年的板球甲级比赛职业生涯
  6. extend: The courses are based on a weekly two-hour class, extending over a period of 25 weeks.
    这些课程每周上一节课,每节两个小时,持续25周。
  7. extend: The service also extends to wrapping and delivering gifts...
    服务项目还包括包装和递送礼物。
  8. extend: The talks will extend to the church, human rights groups and other social organizations...
    会谈将涉及教会、人权团体和其他社会组织。
  9. extend: His influence extends beyond the TV viewing audience.
    他的影响扩展到电视观众之外。
  10. extend: This year they have introduced three new products to extend their range...
    今年他们发布了3种新产品,以扩大产品范围。
  11. extend: The building was extended in 1500.
    那座建筑于1500年扩建。
  12. extend: ...an extended exhaust pipe.
    加长的排气管
  13. extend: ... a table which extends to accommodate extra guests...
    展开后可坐更多客人的桌子
  14. extend: The table extends to 220cm.
    桌子伸展后长220厘米。
  15. extend: They have extended the deadline by twenty-four hours.
    他们已经将最后期限延长了24小时。
  16. extend: ...an extended contract.
    延期的合同
  17. extend: It might be possible to extend the technique to other crop plants.
    也许可以将这种技术应用于其他农作物。
  18. extend: The man extended his hand: 'I'm Chuck'.
    那名男子伸出手说道:"我是查克。"
vacation [vəˈkeiʃən;veiˈkeiʃən] n.假期,休假,(房屋等的)腾出v.度假,休假
  1. vacation: During his summer vacation he visited Russia...
    暑假期间他去俄罗斯了。
  2. vacation: Did you have a lot of reading during the vacation?
    放假期间你读了很多书吗?
  3. vacation: They planned a late summer vacation in Europe...
    他们打算夏末去欧洲度假。
  4. vacation: We went on vacation to Puerto Rico.
    我们去了波多黎各度假。
  5. vacation: The French get five to six weeks' vacation a year.
    法国人每年有5到6周的假期。
  6. vacation: Myles vacationed in Jamaica...
    迈尔斯去了牙买加度假。
  7. vacation: He was vacationing and couldn't be reached for comment.
    他当时正在度假,无法联系到他征求意见。
resentful [riˈzentful] adj.愤慨的,怨恨的
  1. resentful: At first I felt very resentful and angry about losing my job...
    起初我对丢掉工作感到非常怨恨和恼怒。
  2. resentful: He turned away in sullen, resentful silence.
    他闷闷不乐、心怀怨恨、一言不发地转过身去了。
  3. resentful: For a moment she continued to look at him resentfully.
    她怨恨地看了他一会儿。
exhaust [iɡˈzɔ:st] vt.用尽,耗尽,抽完,使精疲力尽vi.排气n.排气,排气装置adj.用不完的,不会枯竭的
  1. exhaust: Don't exhaust him...
    不要把他累坏了。
  2. exhaust: He took to walking long distances in an attempt to physically exhaust himself.
    他开始长距离步行,试图耗尽自己的体力。
  3. exhaust: She was too exhausted and distressed to talk about the tragedy.
    她太累了,而且无比悲伤,没法谈论那场悲剧。
  4. exhaust: It was an exhausting schedule she had set herself.
    她给自己安排了叫人筋疲力尽的日程。
  5. exhaust: We have exhausted all our material resources...
    我们已经耗尽了所有的物资。
  6. exhaust: They said that food supplies were almost exhausted.
    他们说供应的食物几乎快要吃完了。
  7. exhaust: She and Chantal must have exhausted the subject of babies and clothes.
    她和尚塔尔肯定已经充分讨论过宝宝和衣服的问题。
  8. exhaust: ...the exhaust from a car engine...
    汽车发动机排放的尾气
  9. exhaust: The city's streets are filthy and choked with exhaust fumes.
    那座城市的街道肮脏不堪,弥漫着令人窒息的废气。
  10. exhaust: ...the concentration of car exhausts in the Los Angeles area.
    洛杉矶地区汽车尾气的浓度
immediate [iˈmi:djət] adj.直接的,紧接的,紧靠的,立即的,知觉的
  1. immediate: These tragic incidents have had an immediate effect...
    这些悲剧性事件造成的后果即刻显现。
  2. immediate: My immediate reaction was just disgust.
    我当时的第一反应就是反感。
  3. immediate: Relief agencies say the immediate problem is not a lack of food, but transportation.
    救援机构称最紧迫的问题不是食物匮乏,而是运输不畅。
  4. immediate: In the immediate aftermath of the riots, a mood of hope and reconciliation sprang up...
    暴乱过后紧接着出现了期待未来与盼望和解的气氛。
  5. immediate: His immediate superior, General Geichenko, had singled him out for special mention.
    他的直接上级盖琴科将军特别提到了他。
  6. immediate: Only a handful had returned to work in the immediate vicinity...
    仅有几个人回到临近地区工作。
  7. immediate: I was seated at Sauter's immediate left.
    我紧挨着索特左手边坐着。
  8. immediate: The presence of his immediate family is obviously having a calming effect on him.
    他的直系亲属都在场,这显然起到了让他镇定的作用。
priority [praiˈɔriti] n.先,前,优先,优先权
  1. priority: Being a parent is her first priority...
    做好母亲是她的头等大事。
  2. priority: The government's priority is to build more power plants...
    政府的首要任务是建造更多的发电站。
  3. priority: Getting your priorities in order is a good way to not waste energy on meaningless pursuits.
    将事情按优先顺序排列能有效地避免把精力浪费在无意义的工作上。
  4. priority: The school will give priority to science, maths and modern languages...
    学校将重点发展理科、数学和现代语言。
  5. priority: The proposals deserve support as they give priority to the needs of children.
    这些提议值得拥护,因为它们优先考虑了儿童的需求。
  6. priority: The fight against inflation took priority over measures to combat the deepening recession...
    抵制通货膨胀比抑制日益加剧的经济衰退更为重要。
  7. priority: I disagree with the premise that economic development has priority over the environment.
    我不赞成经济发展应优先于环境保护这个前提。
engage [inˈɡeidʒ] vt.使忙碌,雇佣,预定,使从事于,使参加vi.答应,从事,交战,[机]接合,啮合
  1. engage: I have never engaged in the drug trade...
    我从未参与过毒品交易。
  2. engage: You can engage in croquet on the south lawn.
    你可以参加南边草坪上的槌球游戏。
  3. engage: They never learned skills to engage the attention of the others.
    他们从未学过吸引他人注意的技巧。
  4. engage: They tried to engage him in conversation...
    他们试图跟他交谈。
  5. engage: We want to engage recognized leaders in discussion.
    我们想和公认的领袖们进行讨论。
  6. engage: She found it hard to engage with office life...
    她发现很难适应办公室生活。
  7. engage: She had vowed to go out of her way to engage with the Irish people at local community level.
    她已经发誓要努力和当地的爱尔兰人建立关系。
  8. engage: And she, too, suffers from a lack of critical engagement with the literary texts.
    她也因为对文学作品缺乏鉴赏力而非常痛苦。
  9. engage: We engaged the services of a recognised engineer...
    我们雇用了一个公认的杰出工程师。
  10. engage: He had been able to engage some staff.
    他已经能够雇用一些员工。
  11. engage: Press the lever until you hear the catch engage.
    压下挡杆,直到听到挡挂好。
  12. engage: ...a lesson in how to engage the four-wheel drive.
    如何使四轮驱动啮合的课程
  13. engage: It could engage the enemy beyond the range of hostile torpedoes.
    从这可以避开敌方鱼雷区对敌人发动进攻。
void [vɔid] n.空间,空旷,空虚,怅惘adj.空的,无人的,空闲的,无效的,无用的,没有的
  1. void: His death has left a void in the cricketing world which can never be filled.
    他的死给板球界留下一个永远无法填补的空白。
  2. void: ...an aching void of loneliness.
    痛苦的孤寂感
  3. void: He stared into the dark void where the battle had been fought...
    他凝望着那片漆黑的空旷之地,那次战役就是在这里进行的。
  4. void: The ship moved silently through the black void...
    船静悄悄地划过漆黑的夜。
  5. void: Observers have recently found in the Universe giant voids about 500,000,000 light-years across.
    观察员最近在宇宙中发现了直径约5亿光年的巨型空洞。
  6. void: The original elections were declared void by the former military ruler...
    前军事领导人宣布最初的选举无效。
  7. void: The agreement will be considered null and void.
    该协议将被视作无效。
  8. void: He rose, his face void of emotion as he walked towards the door...
    他站起来,面无表情地朝门口走去。
  9. void: The treaty is now void of absolute commitments.
    条约现在失去了绝对的约束力。
  10. void: The Supreme Court threw out the confession and voided his conviction for murder.
    最高法院驳回了供词,宣布他谋杀罪名不成立。
forbid [fəˈbid] vt.禁止,不许v.禁止
  1. forbid: They'll forbid you to marry...
    他们不会准许你结婚。
  2. forbid: She was shut away and forbidden to read...
    她被关了起来,并且不允许看书。
  3. forbid: Brazil's constitution forbids the military use of nuclear energy.
    巴西的宪法禁止将核能用于军事用途。
  4. forbid: His own pride forbids him to ask Arthur's help...
    他的自尊心不允许他开口向阿瑟求助。
  5. forbid: Custom forbids any modernisation.
    传统习惯阻碍着现代化的进程。
isolate [ˈaisəleit] vt.使隔离,使孤立,使绝缘,离析n.隔离种群
  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。
diverse [daiˈvə:s] adj.不同的,变化多的
  1. diverse: ...shops selling a diverse range of gifts...
    出售各种礼品的商店
  2. diverse: Society is now much more diverse than ever before.
    当今社会较之以往任何时候都要丰富多彩得多。
  3. diverse: Jones has a much more diverse and perhaps younger audience.
    琼斯的观众群更为多样化而且可能更年轻。
foster [ˈfɔstə] adj.寄养的,代养的,v.寄养,代养,促进,鼓励,培养
  1. foster: Little Jack was placed with foster parents...
    小杰克和养父母住在一起。
  2. foster: The foster mother was a wonderful, warm person.
    寄养母是一个很不错的热心人。
  3. 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。
  4. foster: He said that developed countries had a responsibility to foster global economic growth to help new democracies...
    他说,发达国家有责任促进全球经济增长,以帮助新兴民主国家。
  5. foster: Its cash crisis has been fostered by declining property values.
    地产贬值引发了现金危机。
stimulate [ˈstimjuleit] vt.刺激,激励v.刺激,激励
  1. stimulate: America's priority is rightly to stimulate its economy...
    美国的首要任务自然是刺激经济。
  2. stimulate: The Russian health service has stimulated public interest in home cures.
    俄罗斯的公共医疗服务已经激起了公众对家庭治疗的兴趣。
  3. stimulate: ...an economy in need of stimulation.
    需要刺激的经济
  4. stimulate: Bill was stimulated by the challenge...
    这个挑战让比尔热情高涨。
  5. stimulate: I was stimulated to examine my deepest thoughts.
    我深受启发,开始审视自己内心深处的想法。
  6. stimulate: It is a complex yet stimulating book...
    这是一本情节复杂但能振奋人心的书。
  7. stimulate: The atmosphere was always stimulating.
    气氛总是那么的令人振奋。
  8. stimulate: Many enjoy the mental stimulation of a challenging job.
    很多人喜欢富有挑战性的工作所带来的强烈的精神刺激。
  9. stimulate: Exercise stimulates the digestive and excretory systems...
    锻炼能促进消化和排泄系统的活动。
  10. stimulate: The production of melanin in the skin is stimulated by exposure to the sun...
    皮肤暴露在阳光下就很容易生成黑色素。
  11. stimulate: The body is stimulated to build up resistance.
    刺激身体以增强抵抗力。
  12. stimulate: ...the stimulating effect of adrenaline.
    肾上腺素的兴奋作用
  13. stimulate: ...physical stimulation.
    生理刺激
  14. stimulate: ...the chemical stimulation of drugs.
    药物的化学刺激作用
supervise [ˈsju:pəvaiz] v.监督,管理,指导
  1. supervise: University teachers have refused to supervise students' examinations...
    大学教师拒绝监考。
  2. supervise: He supervised and trained more than 400 volunteers.
    他指导和培训了 400 多名志愿者。
  3. supervise: He makes the wines and supervises the vineyards...
    他酿酒并管理葡萄园。
  4. supervise: One of his jobs was supervising the dining room.
    他的工作之一是管理餐厅。
perfect [ˈpə:fikt] n.完成式adj.完美的,全然的,理想的,正确的,熟练的,精通的完成式的vt.使完美,修改,使熟练
  1. perfect: He spoke perfect English...
    他英语说得棒极了。
  2. perfect: Hiring a nanny has turned out to be the perfect solution...
    雇用保姆结果成了解决问题的最佳方法。
  3. perfect: It's a perfect example of a house reflecting the person who lives there...
    这是房子反映主人个性的最佳例子。
  4. perfect: Carpet tiles are perfect for kitchens because they're easy to take up and wash...
    方块地毯非常适用于厨房,因为其便于揭起来清洗。
  5. perfect: So this could be the perfect time to buy a home.
    所以这可能是买房子的绝佳时机。
  6. perfect: Use only clean, Grade A, perfect eggs.
    只用表面干净、无磕碰的A级鸡蛋。
  7. perfect: ...their perfect white teeth.
    他们洁白无瑕的牙齿
  8. perfect: She was a perfect fool...
    她愚蠢至极。
  9. perfect: Some people are always coming up to perfect strangers and asking them what they do...
    有些人总爱和完全不认识的人搭讪,询问人家的职业。
  10. perfect: What he had said to her made perfect sense.
    他对她说的话非常合乎情理。
  11. perfect: We perfected a hand-signal system so that he could keep me informed of hazards...
    我们完善了一套手势信号,这样他就能随时告知我什么时候有危险了。
  12. perfect: I removed the fibroid tumours, using the techniques that I have perfected.
    我用完善后的技术摘掉了纤维瘤。
  13. perfect: ...girls who needed to perfect their English.
    需要提高英语水平的女孩们
bitter [ˈbitə] adj.苦的,痛苦的,怀恨的
  1. bitter: ...the scene of bitter fighting during the Second World War.
    第二次世界大战期间激烈的战斗场面
  2. bitter: ...a bitter attack on the Government's failure to support manufacturing...
    对政府支持制造业不力的猛烈抨击
  3. bitter: On the eve of the poll, campaigning was bitter.
    在投票前夕,竞选活动如火如荼。
  4. bitter: Any such thing would be bitterly opposed by most of the world's democracies.
    任何类似的事情都会遭到全世界民主国家的强烈反对。
  5. bitter: ...a bitterly fought football match.
    激烈的足球赛
  6. bitter: The rift within the organization reflects the growing bitterness of the dispute.
    组织内部严重失和反映出矛盾日趋升级。
  7. bitter: She is said to be very bitter about the way she was sacked...
    据说,她对自己被以如此方式解雇而感到愤愤不平。
  8. bitter: His long life was marked by bitter personal and political memories.
    他漫长的一生充满了关于个人生活和政治生涯的苦涩记忆。
  9. bitter: 'And he sure didn't help us,' Grant said bitterly.
    "他当然没有帮助我们,"格兰特愤愤不平地说。
  10. bitter: ...the party bureaucrats who bitterly resented their loss of power.
    因为失去权力而满腹怨恨的党内官僚们
  11. bitter: I still feel bitterness and anger towards the person who knocked me down.
    我仍然对撞倒我的人愤恨不已。
  12. bitter: I think the decision was a bitter blow from which he never quite recovered...
    我想这个决定对他是个沉重的打击,从此以后他一蹶不振。
  13. bitter: A great deal of bitter experience had taught him how to lose gracefully...
    大量惨痛的经历让他学会了如何坦然面对失败。
  14. bitter: The statement was greeted with bitter disappointment by many of the other delegates.
    这份声明使其他许多代表大失所望。
  15. bitter: I was bitterly disappointed to have lost yet another race so near the finish.
    再一次在赛跑中与胜利失之交臂让我深感失望。
  16. bitter: Outside, a bitter east wind was accompanied by flurries of snow.
    外面,刺骨的东风伴着阵阵小雪。
  17. bitter: ...after spending a night in the bitter cold.
    在严寒中度过一夜之后
  18. bitter: It's been bitterly cold here in Moscow.
    莫斯科这里非常寒冷。
  19. bitter: The leaves taste rather bitter.
    这些叶子味道相当苦。
  20. bitter: ...as the wine ages, losing its bitter harshness, and becoming softer and smoother.
    年深日久,酒会褪去辣味,口感变得醇和起来
  21. bitter: ...a pint of bitter.
    一品脱苦啤酒
  22. bitter: The guerrillas would fight to the bitter end, he said, in order to achieve their main goal.
    他说,游击队员会为实现主要目标而战斗到底。
overwhelme NO RECORD FOUND!

abandon [əˈbændən] vt.放弃,遗弃n.放任,狂热
  1. abandon: The road is strewn with abandoned vehicles.
    道路上满是弃置的车辆。
  2. abandon: The authorities have abandoned any attempt to distribute food...
    当局中止了分发食物的尝试。
  3. abandon: The scheme's investors, fearful of bankruptcy, decided to abandon the project.
    因为担心破产,该计划的投资者决定放弃这个项目。
  4. abandon: Logic had prevailed and he had abandoned the idea.
    最终理智占了上风,他打消了那个念头。
  5. abandon: We are scared to abandon ourselves to our feelings in case we seem weak or out of control.
    我们不敢放纵自己的情感,以免显得太过软弱或缺乏自制。
  6. abandon: He has spent money with gay abandon...
    他肆意挥霍钱财。
  7. abandon: Their permissiveness toward their children reflects the wild abandon of their own lives.
    他们对孩子的放任折射出他们自身生活的放浪形骸。
  8. abandon: The officers and crew prepared to abandon ship in an orderly fashion.
    全体船员秩序井然地准备弃船。
diminish [diˈminiʃ] v.[使)减少,(使)变小
  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。
compel [kəmˈpel] vt.强迫,迫使
  1. compel: ...the introduction of legislation to compel cyclists to wear a helmet...
    强制骑自行车者戴头盔的法律的出台
  2. compel: Leonie's mother was compelled to take in washing to help support her family...
    利奥妮的妈妈被迫在家替人洗衣服,以贴补家用。
  3. compel: Local housing authorities have been compelled by the housing crisis to make offers of sub-standard accommodation.
    住房危机迫使当地的几个房管部门提供不够标准的住房。
  4. compel: Dickens felt compelled to return to the stage for a final good-bye...
    迪肯斯觉得必须返回舞台作最后的道别。
  5. compel: I felt morally compelled to help.
    我觉得从道义上我必须帮忙。
optimum [ˈɔptiməm] n.最适宜adj.最适宜的
  1. optimum: Aim to do some physical activity three times a week for optimum health.
    为了达到最佳的健康状况,要力争每周进行3次身体锻炼。
  2. optimum: ...regions in which optimal conditions for farming can be created.
    能创造最适宜耕种条件的地区
inevitable [inˈevitəbl] adj.不可避免的,必然的
  1. inevitable: If the case succeeds, it is inevitable that other trials will follow...
    如果该案胜诉,其他审判必然随之而来。
  2. inevitable: The defeat had inevitable consequences for British policy.
    战败对英国政策不可避免地产生了影响。
  3. inevitable: 'It's just delaying the inevitable,' he said.
    "那仅仅会延迟不可避免之事的发生,"他说。
candid [ˈkændid] adj.无偏见的,公正的,坦白的,率直的
  1. candid: Nat is candid about the problems she is having with Steve...
    娜特对她眼下和史蒂夫之间的问题毫不隐瞒。
  2. candid: I haven't been completely candid with him.
    我对他并非完全坦诚。
  3. candid: ...a candid interview.
    坦诚交谈
  4. candid: He has stopped taking heroin now, but admits candidly that he will always be a drug addict.
    他眼下已经不再吸食海洛因了,不过他坦言自己永远都是个瘾君子。
emergent [iˈmə:dʒənt] adj.紧急的,浮现的,突然出现的,自然发生的
  1. emergent: ...an emergent state.
    新兴国家
  2. emergent: ...an emergent nationalist movement.
    新兴民族主义运动
secure [siˈkjuə] adj.安全的,可靠的,放心的,无虑的v.??
  1. secure: Federal leaders continued their efforts to secure a ceasefire...
    联邦领导人继续争取促成停火协议。
  2. secure: Graham's achievements helped secure him the job.
    出色的成绩帮助格雷厄姆拿下了这份工作。
  3. secure: Staff withdrew from the main part of the prison but secured the perimeter...
    工作人员从监狱的主要区域撤出,但外围仍派人守卫。
  4. secure: The shed was secured by a hasp and staple fastener.
    棚屋由一个搭钩和U型扣件固定着。
  5. secure: We shall make sure our home is as secure as possible from now on.
    我们应该确保家里从今往后尽量锁紧门窗。
  6. secure: He locked the heavy door securely and kept the key in his pocket.
    他把笨重的大门锁紧,将钥匙放在口袋里。
  7. secure: ...territory once securely under the control of the rebels.
    一度被叛军牢牢控制的领土
  8. secure: He helped her close the cases up, and then he secured the canvas straps as tight as they would go...
    他帮她关上箱子,然后将帆布带子尽量系紧。
  9. secure: The frames are secured by horizontal rails to the back wall.
    框架用横杆牢牢固定在后墙上。
  10. secure: Check joints are secure and the wood is sound...
    检查一下连接处是否稳固及木料是否结实。
  11. secure: Shelves are only as secure as their fixings.
    架子的牢固程度取决于固件。
  12. secure: Ensure that the frame is securely fixed to the ground with bolts...
    确保用螺栓把框架牢牢地固定在地面上。
  13. secure: Builders must fasten down roofs of newly-built homes more securely.
    建造工人必须把新建房屋的屋顶固定得更牢靠些。
  14. secure: ...trade union demands for secure wages and employment...
    工会要求稳定的工资和工作。
  15. secure: Senior citizens long for a more predictable and secure future.
    老年人渴望有一个更稳定、更可预见的未来。
  16. secure: ...the failure of financial institutions once thought to be secure.
    一度被认为安全可靠的一些金融机构的倒闭
  17. secure: He was determined to give his family a secure and solid base.
    他决定给家人一个牢固坚实的生活基础。
  18. secure: She felt secure and protected when she was with him...
    和他在一起的时候,她感到一种被人保护的安全感。
  19. secure: The government must feel secure before it will be willing to make the concessions needed for peace.
    政府只有有足够的把够了才会愿意为和平作出让步。
  20. secure: The loan is secured against your home...
    这笔贷款以你的房子作为抵押。
  21. secure: His main task is to raise enough finance to repay secured loans.
    他的主要任务是筹集足够的资金以偿还抵押贷款。
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