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      劉毅GRE字根字匯 Wordlist 22(單詞帶例句)

      kira86 于2019-04-22發布 l 已有人瀏覽
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      劉毅GRE字根字匯,GRE常考詞匯,單詞帶例句、附同義詞和反義詞,中英字幕。
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      advent

      n. coming or arriving 出現;到來

      The advent of the country's national day brought excitement to everyone.

      國慶日的到來使人人歡欣鼓舞。

      adventitious

      adj. accidental; coming by chance 偶然的

      After an adventitious meeting in a pub, Max and Vera became lifelong friends.

      偶然在酒吧認識后,麥克斯和維拉變成終生的朋友。

      Synonym

      同義詞:fortuitous; contingent; casual

      contumacious

      adj. .stubborn; not obeying 頑固的;不服從命令的

      The lieutenant's contumacious actions led to a court-martial hearing of his case

      中尉因為不服從命令的舉動,而被送至軍事法庭受審訊。

      * lieutenant

      中尉

      * court-martial

      軍事法庭

      * hearing

      審訊

      Antonym

      反義詞:obedient; acquiescent; compliant; resigned

      convene

      v. to come together (for a meeting); to form ( a meeting ) 開會;召開

      The economic summit between the four countries will convene at the newly-built convention center.

      四國的經濟高峰會議將于新建的會議中心召開。

      Synonym

      同義詞:summon; convoke; assemble

      Antonym

      反義詞:adjourn; recess

      devoid

      adj. empty; lacking 缺乏的

      Mr.Westin's building report is completely devoid of any reference to the dispute we had with the construction company.

      衛斯汀先生的建筑報告中,完全沒有提到我們和建筑公司之間的爭執。

      Synonym

      同義詞:deficient; void; scanty

      Antonym

      反義詞:sufficient; adequate; replete

      disabuse

      v. to free someone from false ideas 矯正

      Dr. Palin's presentation on AIDS disabused the students of any incorrect notions about the transmission of the disease.

      培林博士關于愛滋病的演說;矯正了學生對于此病傳染的錯誤觀念。

      Synonym

      同義詞:amend; rectify; redress

      evacuate

      v. to withdraw; to leave empty 撤退;撤離

      Everyone was evacuated from the building after the police received an anonymous bomb threat.

      在警方接獲匿名者的炸彈威脅后,該建筑物中的每一個人都被撤離。

      * anonymous

      匿名的

      Synonym

      同義詞:relinquish; vacate

      evanescent

      adj. quickly fading 很快消失的

      Her evanescent dreams of being a ballerina faded with her childhood.

      她成為芭蕾舞者的夢想,隨著童年的逝去也很快消失了。

      * ballerina

      (芭蕾舞)女舞者

      Synonym

      同義詞:vanishing; fleeting

      misadventure

      n. bad luck; misfortune 不幸;災難

      Sharon never rented a car again after her misadventure with a rented car in Chicago.

      雪倫自從在芝加哥租車發生過不幸的事件后,就再也不租車了。

      Synonym

      同義詞:disaster; calamity; catastrophe; mishap

      perturbation

      n. disturbance; trouble 擾亂;不安

      The alarming rate at which taxes were increasing created much perturbation among the common people.

      稅賦增加的驚人比例,造成一般民眾的不安。

      Synonym

      同義詞:agitation

      perusal

      n. act of reading carefully 細讀;閱讀

       

      v. peruse

      Our company has some literature which can be sent to you for your perusal.

      我們公司有些說明的小冊子,可以寄給您看。

      * literature

      廣告或說明性質的印刷品

      tumescent

      adj. swelling; swollen 腫脹的

      The child's tumescent abdomen and stick-like limbs were signs of severe malnutrition.

      那個孩子腫脹的腹部和細如竹竿的四肢,是嚴重營養不良的現象。

      * abdomen

      腹部

      * malnutrition

      營養不良

      Synonym

      同義詞:bloated; bulging

      tumid

      adj. 1. swollen 腫脹的 2. bombastic 浮夸的

      Leon and his sister were disappointed with Christopher's tumid style of writing.

      里昂和他妹妹對于克里斯多夫浮夸的寫作風格感到失望。

      Synonym

      同義詞:1. dilated 2. inflated; pompous

      turbid

      adj. muddy; not clear 混濁不清的

       

      n. turbidity

      The turbid water of the river did not look inviting to any of the swimmers.

      混濁不清的河水對游泳的人來說,一點吸引力也沒有。

      Synonym

      同義詞:murky

      Antonym

      反義詞:clear; limpid; lucid

      turbulence

      n. violence; disorder 動亂;騷動

      The king ordered his guards to investigate the turbulence in the courtyard.

      國王命令侍衛去查看后院的騷動。

      Synonym

      同義詞:commotion; uproar; tumult

      usury

      n. lending money at a high rate of interest 高利貸

      Many Mafia organizations raise funds through usury.

      許多黑手黨的機構利用放高利貸來募集資金。

      vacuous

      adj. empty; inane 空虛的;愚蠢的

      I can't believe Ted left his girlfriend Alice for such a vacuous aerobics instructor.

      我不敢相信泰德會將他的女友愛麗絲,交給這么愚蠢的健身運動教練。

      * aerobics

      有氧運動

      Synonym

      同義詞:vacant; shallow; superficial

      vainglorious

      adj. conceited; showy 自負的;炫耀的

      The knight's vainglorious claim of having saved the village by killing an evil dragon was met with the laughter of the villagers.

      騎士自負地宣稱已殺死惡龍拯救全村,引起村民的嘲笑,

      Synonym

      同義詞:boastful; supercilious

      Antonym

      反義詞:humble; modest; meek

      venturous

      adj. daring 大膽的;冒險的

      Our expedition leader's venturous spirit was contagious, and soon we all shared his enthusiasm.

      探險隊隊長的冒險精神具有感染力,很快地我們都象他一樣充滿熱忱。

      * contagious

      傳染性的

      Synonym

      同義詞:audacious; dauntless

      Antonym

      反義詞:cautious; circumspect

      veracious

      adj. true; honest 誠實的

       

      n. veracity

      As one of the few veracious judges in the district, Judge Watson was widely respected by the citizens of the town.

      瓦森法官是這個地區少數幾位誠實法官之一,他非常受鎮民的尊敬。

      Antonym

      反義詞:deceptive; deceitful; dishonest

      verbatim

      adv. word for word 逐字地

      For our American history class, everyone had to memorize the Declaration of Independence and recite in verbatim.

      在美國歷史課上,我們每個人都必須牢記獨立宣言,而且逐字地背誦出來。

      Synonym

      同義詞:literally; literatim; to the letter

      verbiage

      n. pompous array of words 冗詞;冗長

      As your paper was filled with meaningless verbiage, her teacher explained, "I want you to write it over."

      「你的報告里都是些無意義的廢話」,老師解釋,「所以我要你重寫」。

      Synonym

      同義詞:redundancy; verbosity

      Antonym

      反義詞:brevity; concision; terseness

      verbose

      adj. using more words than are needed 冗長的

       

      n. verbosity

      We all found the author's verbose style of prose confusing and ultimately boring.

      我們都覺得作者的散文中冗長的風格令人混淆,結果會使人厭煩。

      Synonym

      同義詞:wordy; diffuse; prolix

      Antonym

      反義詞:concise; laconic; terse; pithy

      verdict

      n. decision in a law case 判決

      After several hours of deliberation, the jury announced its verdict.

      在數小時的深思熟慮后,陪審團宣布了判決。

      * deliberation

      深思熟慮

      Synonym

      同義詞:sentence; adjudication

      verity

      n. truth 真實;真理

      The police questioned the verity of the suspect's statement.

      警方對嫌疑犯陳述的真實性感到懷疑。

      Synonym

      同義詞:veracity;truism

      Antonym

      反義詞:falsity

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