[英语六级口语自我介绍]英语六级搭配词组汇总


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[摘要]大学英语六级考试最常考的一百个短语1 at thethought of 一想到…2 as a whole (=in general) 就整体而论 on the whole (=genera[db:cate]

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大学英语六级考试最常考的一百个短语

1. at thethought of 一想到

2. as a whole (=in general) 就整体而论

on the whole (=generally, for the most part) 大体上说

3. against one"s will 违心地, 违背意愿地

at will 随心所欲 with a will 有决心地

4. (be) abundant in (be rich in; be well supplied with) 富于, 富有

5. access (to) (不可数名词) 能接近, 进入, 了解

6. by accident (=by chance, accidentally) 偶然地,意外

withoutaccident (=safely) 安全地

7. of one’s own accord (=without being asked; willingly; freely) 自愿地, 主动地

8. in accord with 一致

out of one’s accord with ...不一致

9. with one accord (=with everybodyagreeing) 一致地

10. in accordance with (=in agreement with) 依照, 根据

11. on one’s own account

A. 为了某人的缘故, 为了某人自己的利益

B. (=at one’s own risk) 自行负责

C. (=by oneself) 依靠自己

on account 赊账 on no account 不论什么原因也不

of…account 重要性 on account of 因为

12. take…into account (=consideration) ...考虑进去

13. give sb. an account of 说明, 解释 (理由)

14. account for (=give an explanation or reason for) 解释, 说明

15. on account of (=because of) 由于, 因为

16. on no account (=in no case, for noreason0 ) 绝不要,无论如何不要(放句首句子要倒装)

17. accuse…of…

(=charge…with; blame sb. for sth.; blame sth. Onsb.; complain about) 指控, 控告

18. be accustomed to (=be in the habit of, be usedto) 习惯于

19. be acquainted with (=to have knowledge of) 了解

(=to have metsocially) 熟悉

20. act on 奉行, 按照行动 act as 扮演 act for 代理

21. adapt oneself to (=adjust oneself to) 使自己适应于

22. adapt…(for) (=make sth. Suitable for a new need) 改编, 改写(以适应新的需要)

23. in addition (=besides) 此外, , 加之

24. in addition to (=as well as, besides, otherthan)

25. adhere to

(=abide byconform to, comply with, cling to, insist on, persist in, observe, opinion,

belief) 粘附; 坚持, 遵循

26. adjacent (=next to, close to) 毗邻的, 临近的

27. adjust...(to) (=change slightly) 调节; 适应;

28. admit of (=be capable of, leave room for) …的可能, 留有的余地

29. in advance (before in time) 预告, 事先

30. to advantage 有利的, 使优点更加突出地

31. have an advantage over 胜过

have the advantage of 由于处于有利条件

have the advantage of sb. 知道某人所不知道的事

32. take advantage of

(=make the best of, utilize, make use of, profit from, harness) 利用

33. agree with 赞同 (某人意见) agree to 同意

34. in agreement (with) 同意, 一致

35. ahead of 之前, 超过 ahead of time 提前

36. in the air 不肯定, 不具体; 在谣传中

37. above all (=especially, most important of all) 尤其是, 最重要的

38. in all (=counting everyone or everything, altogether) 总共, 总计

39. after all 毕竟, 到底 (not) at all 一点也不

all at once (=suddenly) 突然 once and for all 只此一次

above all 最重要的 first of all 首先

all in all 大体上说 be all in 累极了 all but 几乎


40. allow for (=take into consideration, take into account) 考虑到, 估计到

41. amount to (=to be equal to) 总计, 等于

42. answer for (undertake responsibility for, be liable for, take charge for) 负责

43. answer to (=conform to) 适合, 符合

44. be anxious about (for) 焦急不安

45. apologize to sb. for sth. 道歉

46. appeal to sb. for sth. 为某事向某人呼吁

appeal to sb. 对某人有吸引力

47. apply to sb. for sth. 申请 apply for 申请 apply to 适用

48. apply to 有关; 适用

49. approve of

(=consent to, be in favor of, favor, agree to, consider good, right) 赞成

approve vt. 批准

50. arise from (=be caused by) 引起

51. arrange for sb./sth. to do sth. 安排

52. arrive on 到达

arrive at 到达某地 (小地方); 得出, 作出

arrive in 到达某地 (大地方)

53. be ashamed of

(=feel shame, guilt or sorrow because of sth.done) 为羞耻

54. assure sb. of sth.

(=try to cause to believe or trust insth.) 保证, 使确信

55. attach (to)

(=to fix, fasten; join) , ,

56. make an attempt at doing sth. (to do sth.) 试图做

57. attend to

(=give one’s attention, care andthought) 注意, 照顾

attend on (upon)

(=wait upon, serve, look after) 侍候, 照料

58. attitude to/toward …的态度、看法

59. attribute…to…

(=to believe sth. to be the resultof…) ...归因于; 认为......的结果

60. on the average (=on average, on an average) 平均

61. (be) aware of

(=be conscious of, having knowledge orconsciousness) 意识到, 知道

62. at the back of (=behind) 后面

63. in the back of 后部(里面)

on the back of 后部 (外面)

be on one’s back (=be ill in bed) 卧病不起

64. at one’s back (=supporting or favoring sb.) 支持, 维护

have sb.at one’s back 支持, 作后台

65. turn one’s back on sb.

(=turn away from sb. in an impoliteway) 不理睬 (某人), 背弃, 抛弃

66. behind one’s back 背着某人 (说坏话)

67. be based on / upon 基于

68. on the basis of 根据…, 基础上

69. beat…at 运动项目上打赢

70. begin with 开始

to begin with (=first of all) 首先, 第一 (经常用于开始语)

71. on behalf of (=as the representative of) 名义

72. believe in

(=have faith or trust in; consider sth./sb. to betrue) 相信, 依赖, 信仰

73. benefit (from) 受益, 得到好处

for the benefit of 为了的利益 (好处)

74. for the better 好转

get the better of (=defeat sb.) 打败, 胜过

75. be imposed on sb. 强加于某人

76. rest with sb.

77. by birth 在出生上, 论出身, 按血统 at birth 在出生时 give birth to出生

78. blame sb. for sth. 责备某人

blame sth. on sb. 推在某人身上

79. in blossom 开花 (指树木)

be in blossom 开花 (强调状态)

come intoblossom 开花 (强调动作)

80. on board 到船上, 在船上, 上火车或飞机 on the board board/go on broad

81. boast of (or about) 吹嘘

82. out of breath 喘不过气来

83. in brief (=in as few words aspossible) 简而言之 beyond belief 难以置信

84. in bulk 成批地, 不散装的

85. take the floor 起立发言

86. on business 出差办事

87. last but one 倒数第二

88. be busy with sth. 忙于某事 last but not least (=finally) ad. 最后

be busy doing sth. 忙于做某事

89. but for (=without) 要不是,表示假设

90. buy sth. for…money 用多少钱买

91. be capable of 能够, 有能力

be capable of being + 过去分词: 是能够被

92. in any case

(=for love or money, at any rate, at any price, at any cost, whatever happens; anyhow)

无论如何

93. in case (=for fear that) 万一;

94. in case of (=in the event of) 如果发生万一

in the case of (=as...for...) 至于…, 而言

95. in no case 在任何情况下都不(放句首倒装句)

96. be cautious of 谨防

97. center one’s attention on (=focus one’s attention on) 把某人的注意力集中在

98. be certain of (=be sure of) 有把握, 一定

99. for certain of (=for sure) 肯定地, 有把握地

100. by chance (=accidentally, by accident, accationally) 偶然

大学英语六级考试常见搭配词组汇总介绍

一、与“with” 的搭配

comply with, coincide with, collide with, collaborate with, cope with,

mingle with, furnish with, acquaint oneself with (be acquainted with)

come up with, on way with, be identical, in accordance with,

find fault with, in association with, in line with, in harmony with,

get away with, lose contact with, with keen anticipation,

be consistent with, be (in) compatible with, in collaboration with,

reconcile with

二、与“to”的搭配关系也是考查重点

conform to, be apt/prone/liable to, be subordinate to,

be superior to, be inferior to, be relevant to, be identical to,

be indifferent to, resort to, dedicate to, in contrast to,

in response to, in obedience to, be subjected to, adhere to,

ascribe to, attribute to, subscribe to, be susceptible to,

cater to, be secondary to, have access to, inaccessible to,

cling to, in proportion to, do credit to (...带来光荣);

show somebody to (引领); with reference to, be bound to,

get round to, live up to

三、与“for” 的搭配

compensate for, take the blame for, have tolerance for,

display admiration for, revenge oneself for sth. go in for,

show scorn for

四、与“on”的搭配

on the threshold of, on the decline, on no account, on file,

comment on, catch on, on the occasion, be intent on,

have a profound effect on, look out on, look on as, heap praise on

五、与“of”的搭配

deprive sb. of sth.; be suspicious of, of no avail, in terms of, be critical of, in the vicinity of, make sense of, in honor of at the height of, the array of, a fraction of, conceive of, a stack of, in quest of, by virtue of

六、与“in” 的搭配

in compensation, in a minority, in a dilemma, result in, in that, provided that, in between, in case of, in memory of

七、其它搭配

at random, hang by a thread, keep off, look into, talk sb into doing sth

lose no time in doing sth., put away, regardless of, lay off,

揭秘大学英语六级词汇复习超强记忆法则

10个单词: able, about, above, baby, back, backache, cabbage, café, cake, daily

1. able adj. 能够;有能力的,能干的

【示例1】明天他能来。 He will be able to come tomorrow.

【示例2】约翰史密斯的确是位能干的工程师。 John Smith is really an able engineer.

【示例3】由于他病了,他不能来了。 He is not able / unable to come since he is ill.

【比较】be able tocancan只有现在时和过去时(could)两种形式,没有完成时和将来时,在shallwillhave等后面要用be able tocan不能和be able to连用; can表示客观上具有的能力,但不一定去做,而be able to表示人通过努力或各种手段可以达到的能力;在过去时中,could表示具有能力,但不一定做了,而was/were able to则表示成功地做了。

【示例4】我们将能够按时到达那里。We shall be able to get there on time.

【示例5】我没能找到丢失的钢笔。I haven’t been able to find my missing pen.

【示例6】他能够从火里逃脱出来,但是他没能逃出来。

He could escape from the firebut he wasn’t able to.

【示例7He was illbut he was still able to get a high mark in the test.

他虽然病了,但还是能在考试中得高分。

2. about prep. 关于; 附近, 周围 adv. 大约; 在四处, 在周围

【示例1】告诉我一些关于你英语学习的情况。Tell me something about your English study.

【示例2】老人住在这附近某个地方。 The old man lives somewhere about here.

【示例3】我们要在房子四周种树。 We will plant trees about the house.

【示例4】继续搜查这个地方,他一定就在附近。

Keep on searching this place. He must be somewhere about.

【示例5】最后我们发现需要大约200本书。 At last we find that we need about 200 books.

【示例6】让我们四处走走, 好吗? Let’s walk about, shall we

【词组与短语】be about to即将; How about…? What about…? …怎么样?

【示例7】我们正要走,突然天下起雨来了。

We were about to go when it suddenly rained.

【示例8】陪我出去散散步怎么样?

How/What about going out for a walk with me

【示例9】我吃过午饭了, 你呢? I’ve had my lunch. How/What about you

3. above adj.上面的; prep.上面;超出

【示例1】他就住在楼上的房间里。 He just lives in the room above.

【示例2】这只鸟能飞得比云彩还高。 This bird can fly above the cloud.

【示例3】天气预报说,今天得气温在零度以上。

The weather report said the temperature was above 0℃ today.

【词组与短语】above all 最重要的

【示例】最重要的是工作必须在九点以前由我们自己独立完成。

Above all, the work must be finished before nine by ourselves.

4. baby n. 婴儿, 小宝宝(C)

【示例】别弄出任何声音来。小宝宝在摇篮里睡着了。

Don’t make any noise. The baby is sleeping in the cradle.

5. back adj.后面的, 在后面的; adv. 向后; n. 背部, 后背, 后面(C)

【示例1】房子里面有后门吗? Is there a back door in the house

【示例2】我们现在该回到学校了。 We have to go back to our school now.

【示例3】汤姆坐在教室的后面。 Tom sits at the back of the classroom.

6. backache n. 背痛(U

【示例】我后背疼得厉害。 I have a bad backache.

7. cabbage n. 卷心菜,洋白菜(C&U

【示例】西红柿,卷心菜,豌豆,你最喜欢什么?Which do you like(the)best, tomatoes,cabbages,or peas?

【注意事项】tomato的复数es, 此外还有hero, potato, cabbage一般情况下是可数名词, 但在作菜肴讲时, 是不可数名词, 切记!例如:请吃点洋白菜。Please have some cabbage.

8. café n. 咖啡馆, 小餐馆 (快捷餐馆) (C)

【示例】我们午饭通常是在附近的一家小餐馆里吃。We usually have our lunch at a nearby café.

9. cake n. 蛋糕(C&U

【示例】我饿了, 请给我带点蛋糕来。 I’m hungry. Please bring me some cakes.

【注意事项】同样道理: cake平时是可数名词, 但具体指吃的时候就视作不可数名词了。

例如: 我买了三个蛋糕。 I bought three cakes.

再例如: 请再多吃点蛋糕。 Please have some more cake.

10. daily adj. 每天的, 日常的 adv. 每天, 日常地 n. 日报 (C)

【示例1】在我们的日常生活中我们经常需要用英语. We often need to use English in our daily life.

【示例2】她每天两次去那里。 She goes there twice daily.

【示例3】这条新闻刊登在所有的日报上。 This news is in all the dailies.

英语六级考试重点词汇精彩总结

答题要点:

1.同义词均不选

特点: 喜欢考难的单词

eg: homogeneously 同一的, 基因 (前缀 词根 adj. adv.)

订房间: make a reservation(出现两次)

商业方面的约定: commitment 一般的约定: engagement (也指订婚)

秀色可餐,太美了: gorgeous 签租,:lease 抵押,贷款: mortgage

分期付款: installment ……相冲突: collide with

六级的最爱: deprive of 剥夺; budget 预算;compensation 弥补,补偿 eternal永恒的;intuition 直觉;penalty 惩罚,点球;potential 潜在的;in terms of……方面;sheer完全的;trivial 琐碎的;

六级的旧爱:regardless of 除了

六级新宠:demonstrate演示 demonstrated beauty倾国倾城 mingled情感/气息/气味的混合

永陪词汇(永远不成为答案):claim100多条解释Constrain

陪考: empirical 凭经验的,主观的 出现giant panda/species就选死光光, 绝种extinct

记忆方法:词根法+联想法

spir=breath 呼吸 inspire (吸入空气)产生灵感 conspiracy (共同呼吸)同谋者,一再expire (断气)过期, 满期 perspire出汗, 流汗超出 aspire (不断地呼吸) 渴望

cur precursor (在前面跑)祖先

form 形式 reform (一再地改变形式)改革 conform (共同)符合

perform 演出 deform 畸形

vers=turn (旋转) universe (围绕地旋转)宇宙 converse扭转 reverse 颠倒,反转 diverse不同的 vertigo 头晕

scend=climb() ascend v.攀登,轻薄物体的上升descendant n.后代(在你后面爬) transcend v.超越,胜过

sophy 智慧, 声音从远处传来 philosophy 哲学 sophomore 大二生 sophisticated 复杂的, 老于世故的

excursion (跑出去)旅游

rupt=break (断裂) interrupt 打断 corrupt r双写+co=共同 bankrupt 破产

clude=close exclusive a.排他的,独占的,专属的 exclude v.排除在外

exclusive interview 人物专访 inclusive a.包围住的, 包括的 preclude v.预防, 妨碍

scribe=write ascribe 归因于 subscribe 订阅, 提交 conscribe 征兵 circumscribe 限制

rip (撕裂) grip v. gripping 扣人心弦的

tent 扩展, 延展 content 内容 patent (怕传出去)申请专利保护 intentionally 故意地

bat=hit 打斗 combat 搏斗 debate 争论

acro acronym (名字的词根)缩写 acrobat (高级的杂耍)杂技 acrobat 杂技

anonymous (没名)匿名的

amorous (爱摸玫瑰rose音同rous)好色的,色情的 ponderous (胖得要死)笨重的

press express 表达 oppress 压迫,压制 impression (压在你心里面)印象suppress 平息,镇压

cess=go 走路 excess (超过)过渡 access (一再地走)接近recess (走回来)休息 process 前进,加工

tract , attract 吸引(美好的) extract 萃取, 提取; 摘录 distract 分散,转移,分神 compact 结实的, 简洁的, 紧凑的(常考)

flict flicient cise conflict 冲突,战争 afflict 折磨 inflict 自虐,自我折磨 deflicient 缺乏的, 不够的 proficient a.精通的; n.专家

lump 肿块,疙瘩 goose lump外国人的鹅皮疙瘩 hump 驼峰 plump 丰满

bony 骨感美人

concise 简洁的, 简明的 precise 精确

stat 站在那 stationary 静止的 statue 全身雕塑

miss dismiss 疏散,解散,解雇,免职 mission 任务 commission 委托,委任,佣金,回扣 omission 省略, 忽略

ancestor (在前面跑)祖先 cest pest (拍死它)害虫 gest 管道 digest 文摘 congest 交通拥挤 ingest 吃入,摄入

incline 倾向 be inclined to do 喜欢做 recline 斜躺 decline 婉言拒绝 decline 下降 confine 限制 define 下定义

pel repel 相斥 compel 强迫,迫使 propel 推进

ple ,完成 implement 实施,执行 complement 相补充、相弥补 compliments 赞美之词

ped pedal 脚蹬的地方 expedition 探险 biped 双足的

fin 终点,范围 finish 完成

infinite 无限,极大 definite 明确的

front 面对 confront 使面临, 对抗 affront 冒犯, 侮辱 effrontery 厚颜无耻

eeding 巨大的 ceed proceed with=contine with

sist 站立 resist 抵制 consist of ……组成 persist (一直总)坚持 assist 帮助

affect n.影响, 侵袭 effect n.效果, 作用 defect n.过失, 错误 infect v.传染, 感染

supreme 高的, 至高无上的

superb 庄重的, 极好的 superior 优良的, 卓越的 superable 可取的, 可胜任的

pat 父亲, 祖国 patrol 巡逻 expatriate 驱逐出境 compatriot 同胞(有共同的祖国) repatriate v.遣返 patriot n.爱国者

cede concede 妥协 recede 后退

perspective n.透视,全景 expect v.期待 inspect v.检查,视察 prospect n.前景 spectacles 眼镜

undertake 承担,许诺 undergo 经历,遭受 underscore 强调 underline 强调 underlying a.基本的 four underlying principles

bar 棍子 barren (ren=, 剩棍和人)贫瘠 barbarian 野蛮人 embarrass 尴尬

vivid 鲜艳的 vivisect(切)活体解剖

revive 复活 survive 存活

prime 黄金时期, 青春; 主要的, 最初的 primitive 原始的

hypo hypotension 低血压 hypothsis 假说 hyper hypersensitive 高度敏感

preliminary 预备的

turb 搅动 turbine 搅动机 turbulent 混乱的,动荡的=chaos chaos (吵死)---吵闹的; 正确发音: ke, a:s

relent v.使……宽厚, 仁慈 relentless 无情, 冷酷

shear v.剪羊毛; n.大剪刀(羊有耳朵ear) sheer adv. 完全地

kernel kennel 狗窝

spout 爆发 sprout v.发芽

fragrant 香喷喷的 flagrant 臭烘烘的, 罪恶昭著的, 声名狼藉的

haven 避难所 heaven 天堂

loom (l高高的个子, oo大大的眼睛的MM在网上是很少的)若隐若现 gloom (因此GG感到很郁闷)郁闷,阴沉

morose (mo白话的音没有, rose代表爱情---没有爱情)郁闷, 阴沉

dismay 郁闷,沮丧

gangster (干死他)---匪徒

quaint (q看成g, 汉语拼音:guai)---古怪的,新奇的 acquaint (ac表示一再, 一再古怪, 就见怪不怪)熟悉

naïve (糊的)天真的, 无邪的.幼稚

juvenile (久闻奶)青少年

shatter (沙特被人连灌8, 梦想破碎)破碎

acme (AC米兰(能发展到AC米兰))顶点

aftermath 余波

elegant 优雅

obscene 下流的,淫荡的 obstinate (我不听你的)固执的(考过)

appal (我怕)恐惧

lobuster (老不死)龙虾

blunder 小错误 commit a blunder 犯小错(常考)

original 最初的, 原创的; orginals n.原著

slippery ,老奸巨猾 slip one’s mind 忘了……

lung plunge into 跳进

plight 困境 eg:No one can be a hero in plight.

ambiguous 模棱两可,似是而非(考过)

absurd 荒谬(考过)

abuse (离开)---滥用

abide (I=, 离开爱)---忍受痛苦

wallflower 壁花, 局外人(特指在舞会中无人邀请的女孩)

spicy 辣味的 spic conspicuous 明显的

apprehension 理解, 明白, 忧虑, 恐惧

tremble (因恐惧而颤抖,trem恐惧; end结果害怕结果)可怕的 tremendous 可怕的, 巨大的, 高速的

magnify 放大 magnificent 精美的=gorgeous

cumulus积雨云 accumulate 积聚,堆积

luxury 奢侈

fabricate (fabre纤维)---编造,捏造

decent (低头看钱, 找工作要看薪水)合适的 innocent (被人抓住的小偷兜里没钱)---无辜

despise (spit 吐口水, 低头向他吐口水)---蔑视

scorn (长得像死玉米)---贬低

sub subject to 1.=undergo 经历 2.=bring 带来

compatible with ……相容(常考)

illumine (一路明)照亮, 点亮 illumination n.

revenge myself on sb. 亲自报复 revenues pl.收入,税收

alternate a.轮流的, 轮换的 alternative a.其他的; n.另一选择

in collaboration (共同劳动) with ……相合作(文化艺术), ……相一致

tantalus n.致命的诱惑 tantalize v.逗弄

deviation from 相背离

eligible 合格, 符合条件的 negligible 可以忽略, 不予重视的(考过) intelligible (不告诉别人也知道)容易被人理解的

ponder=contemplate 深思, 思考

crucial (十字路口, 人生的十字路口)---键时刻

stonemason (石头妈的儿子)---石匠

demo 民主

condemnation 指责,谴责

acute 尖的, 敏锐的, 急性病

六级中考到的娱乐

entertainment娱乐

enjoyment 自娱自乐

amusement (女神缪斯)最正宗的娱乐

pastime 休闲,娱乐

recreation 消遣, 娱乐

leisure 悠闲,安逸

六级中表示优秀的:

outstanding 杰出的

prominent 优秀的

eminent 突出的,杰出的

六级中表示拥护,支持者

sponsors 发起人

contributors 捐助人

vocal 声音上

advocates 拥护者,支持者

六级关于二手房刮墙纸和粘墙纸

刮:scrape (也可形容摩天大厦)

粘墙纸: overlap 有所重叠

其他选项: collide with 运动物体的相撞

bump into运动物体向静止物体相撞

coincide with 时间、空间上都是一致的

表示复制,模仿: reproductive 复制,生殖系统的; duplicate 复制,模仿

deliberately 故意地, 深思熟虑地;

intentionally 故意地

dispatch/despatch=sent 派遣,打发

external外部的; internal内部的 eternal 永恒的(常考) Eg:pledge one’s eternal love.(发个永恒的誓言) 纪念林肯的长明灯:eternal fire

degrade 降级(常考) degraded 品味低俗的, 低级 degraded taste

ensure 确保,确定 assure 确信、确保

pulse repulsive 厌恶的, 恶心的=nasty

take notice of 注意 notorious (常考) a. 臭名昭著 notoriously=very Eg: you are notoriously beautiful. 你十分漂亮。 notion 观念,概念 notable n.著名 a.显著的 notify v.正式通知 notification n. manifestation 用现象来证明 specification 详细说明, 产品说明书 justification 公正 anticipation 预测

significant 重要的

heave=hoist 举重物

conceive of=think 想出(deprive of都是六级的最爱)

breed 大量地繁殖

implicit (plic重叠) 含蓄的 explicit 直接的

extravagance (vag 游荡;有多余的钱到外面游荡)=luxury 奢侈

propagate (paga=page)往前翻多一页

accommodate 调停, 调解 (=mediate=reconcile)

consolidate 巩固,加强,联合 enhance 增强

trivial 不重要的 (重要不重要, 考点)

retort=refuse 反驳, 顶嘴

vulgar 粗俗的; 流行的, 盛行的(=prevail v. prevalent a.)

degenerate 蜕化 deteriorate v. 使……恶化 considerate 考虑周到 considerable 相当大的

几组三剑客(三个贱人)

1.遵守法律法规,每年必考

2.trans—

adhere (粘着, 坚持) to transmission 文化的传递, 电视广播

comply (顺从, 承诺) with 传送, 疾病的传播

comform (符合) to need/standard transition 季节的转变, 年龄的过渡

adherent (宗教的)追随者 transaction交易 transformation 改变, 变换

3.—ously

spontaneously 自发地, 天生地 simultaneously 同时地

homogeneously 单一地, 同样地 instantaneously 立即, 立刻地

substitute for constitute v.组成 institute n.学院学校

代替: constitution 宪法 substitution constitution Amendment institution

保险代理人 宪法修正案 机构:

Eg: (respectable)外表看起来受人尊重的(respectablerespected)统一就是(respected) 本身品质高尚的(consistent)一致的。(考过2次)

respectful 尊重他人的, 尊老爱幼 respective 各自的, 分别的

catch on induce 不好的 make sense of

eg:Eve and adam were induced to eat the(get at始终没有成为答案)forbidden fruit.(亚当和夏娃)

理解,明白 诱惑 引起,引发 :

lure 诱饵----诱惑, 可好可不好 elicit 诱出, 引起 evoke 唤起, 引起

gape因为吃惊而盯着,比如看到猿猴 gaze……什么感兴趣而紧盯,凝视

vex使烦恼, 恼怒 peep偷窥 peeping Tom偷窥狂 arouse唤起, 引起

glimpse 瞥了一眼 love at first glimpse一见钟情 trigger引发,引起

scan 搜索,扫描 scanner 扫描仪

表示困惑,迷惑 客观、主观(永陪):

bewilder迷惑 subjective主观的,个人的 confused objective客观的

puzzle empirical 主观的, 凭经验的 (陪考选项)

arbitrary 专断的, 凭主观的 (陪考)

表示估计:

estimate 对一般数值、价格的估计; 表示粗俗 evaluate 评价, 评估

coarse 1. 粗糙; 2. 言行举止粗鲁 vulgar 庸俗、冒犯

assessment 评价资产、财产 rough 表面粗糙的

鼓励,刺激:

stimulate 渗透(常考) inspire penetrate 渗透

motivate permeate 渗透,扩散 diffuse 发散的,普及的,也指政权的移交和转移

吸收:

absorb 吸收并成为一部分 永恒,永远 (重点)

enroll 招收一些成员 eternal

suck sucking and refreshing permanent 永恒的,持久的

精神为之一振coca cola(但refresh perpetual (追,求)永久的

更多指吸毒快感) constant 不变的,持续的

energetic 精力充沛 vigorous 比较好

complex complicated 复杂的 intricate 错综复杂的

robust(乐百士)

会议 : (常考)

conference feeble 脆弱

convention 国际性会议 frail 脆弱, 易受伤害=vulnerable

forum 论坛(以前在罗马供人讨论的圆桌) invalid (大病后)体弱,无效,过期的

summit 峰会(首脑级) weak 虚弱,体弱

开始 风景,景:

initiate 开始 landscape 陆地上最大的风景

embark at 开始 seascape 海景 scenery 风景, 舞台上的布景

embark on/upon 登船登飞机

commence 开始 view 特定的地方,特定的风景

commencement 国外研究生的毕业典礼

scene 场面,情景,景色

表示大量:

an array (大批)of hordes(游牧民族) of

swarms(一大群) of (未考过) massive (大块的)of

历年大学英语四六级考试中出现超纲词组


put into use 使用,应用

be satisfied with 满足

be satisfied of 相信

hardly…when

come to a conclusion 得出结论

avoid doing sth. 避免干某事

decline invitation 辞谢邀请

agree on/upon 取得一致意见

may (might) as well 还是

argue about 争论

take (make) a stand for 捍卫

take (make) a stand against 反对

come after 跟随

in support of 支持

lie up 躺着休息

beside the question 离题

refresh one’s memory 使人记起

bring to mind 使人想起

compile dictionary 编字典

present sb.with sth. 送给某人某礼物

indifferent to 不在乎

go on strike 罢工

against one’s will 违心地

in one’s will遗嘱中

of one’s free will 出于自愿

with ease 容易,不费力

prepare for 准备

get to 开始;到达

fall off 下降

fall away 背离

televise live 实况转播

by the moment

have intention of 有意,打算

no intention of 无意,不打算

have not the least idea of 不知道

have no desire for 没有欲望

have desire to do sth. 想做某事

have sth.in stock 有现货

be particular about 讲究

the key to …的答案(线索、办法)

carry about 随身携带

pass through 通过,经过

pass for 被认为(当作)

be of little value 没什么价值

cure sb.of 治好某人

pull back 撤退

pull round 掉头,转向;康复

pull along 沿

die off 死去,凋谢

drop down 落下

do sth.for a living 靠做某事谋生

make a name of oneself 出名,扬名

glimpse of 瞥见,一瞥

glance at 瞥见,一瞥

be on good terms with sb.与某人友好

entitle sb.(to do) sth.

给予某人()某事的权利

beyond one’s power 超出某人的能力

take interest in 发生兴趣

be answerable for 应对

hundreds of 数以百计的

be lacking in 缺乏

break into tears (cheers)突然哭(欢呼)

in correspondence with 联系(通信)

be advantageous to 有利

be beneficial to 有益

in debt to sb. 欠某人的债

be it that 即使

assure sb.of sth. 委托某人某事

put (set) right 使恢复正常,纠正错误

on the way 在途中

off the way 远离正道

keep on with 坚持

make an attempt 试图

in the mood for sth.对某事有心境

escape doing sth. 躲避干某事

set a limit to 限制

within the limit of 范围内

call at 访问

so blank (头脑)变成空白

so dim (大脑)浑沌

so faint 晕过去

be subjected to 遭受

be attached to 附属于

not on any account 决不

take pains to do sth. 费尽苦心做某事

a multitude of 大量(接复数名词)

give rise to 导致

give reason to 进行解释

give suspicion to 怀疑

make provision for 作准备

be involved in 卷人,陷入

be assigned to 被分配给

be bored to death 烦死了

step into 插入,干涉

adapt for调整(以适应目标或需要)

a close (narrow) shave 侥幸的脱险


2010下半年英语六级考试阅读必备词汇

英语六级阅读必背词汇

accelerate v. 加速

affection n. 喜爱

accessible a.可接近的,可进入的

acknowledge v. 感谢

acquire v. 学会

address v. ……讲话

alert a. 活跃的; 机警的; 外国的

allocate v.准许; 位于; 分配

appeal v. 有吸引力

applicable a. 适用的

assess v. 估价

assumption n. 假定

abnormal a. 不正常的

abolish v. 废除

absurd a. 荒唐的

accommodate v. 提供膳宿

addict v. 上瘾 I’m ~ed to computer games. Please save me

acquaint v. 使熟悉 Are you ~ed with that MM

adhere to v. 遵守 Adhere to your own principle

adverse a.不利的, 有害的

Adverse circumstances can test a person’s wisdom and courage.

aggravate v. 加重 Smoking ~s cold.

alleviate v. 减轻 No one can ~ my pain.

alternate v./a 交替(的) a day of ~ sunshine and rain /Day and night ~

amplify v. 扩大(声音)

anonymous a. 匿名的 I received an ~ letter.

applaud v. 鼓掌; 赞许 I ~ your suggestion.

apt a. 易于 One is ~ to make mistakes if given too much pressure.

array n. 陈列, 一系列 the ~of fruit and vegetables in the supermarket

arrogant a. 傲慢的 An ~ man is a self-important person.

ascend v. 上升 The balloons are ~ing.

ascribe v. 归因于 He ~d his failure to his small vocabulary.

aspiration n. 抱负 Your ~ is your ambition or strong wish.

assault n. 攻击,袭击 A robber ~ed him.

assert v. 断言 He ~ed that the thief would come again.

assurance n. 保证,把握

I give you my ~ that the product is safe and reliable.

attendant n. 服务员,随从

authentic a. 真实的,可靠的 Is Clinton’s biography ~

avert v. 避开、转移 We ~ed a loss.

bond n. 联系

bounce v. 反弹

breed v. 培育

bump into v. 碰见

bald a. 秃顶的 A ~ man is considered to be intelligent.

barren a. 荒芜的,不能生育的 Without dream life is a ~ field.

bewilder v. 使迷惑 The new traffic lights ~ the man.

bias n. 偏见 Bias is prejudice.

bleak a. 荒凉的; 凄凉的 a ~future

blur v. 变模糊 Fog blurred my vision.

bribe v. 行贿 Who bribed the bride Bridegroom.

browse v. 浏览 ~ a web-page

brutal a. 残酷的=cruel/savage/

confront v. 面对 crude a. 未加工的 ~ oil

convey v. 传达 collapse v. 坍塌 campaign n. 运动

category n. 种类 cease n. 停止 chaos n.混乱

component n. 部件 confess v. 坦白 constitute v. 构成

consistent a. 一致的 consultant n. 顾问 controversial a.有争议的

convert v. 转变 convert the hotel into an apartment building

capsule n. 密封仓, 胶囊 carve v.

casualty n. 伤亡人员 Many casualties are reported inthe battle.

cater to v. 迎合 cater to the consumers

caution n. 小心

cherish v. 珍视; 怀有 ~friendship/~ the hope that

chronic a. 慢性的;严重的

circulation n. 循环; 发行(量) Reader has the largest ~ in China.

climax n. 高潮 the ~ of the play

cling to v. 紧紧抓住, 依恋;坚持,墨守

The baby clung to his mother./ ~ to the hope that……

coincidence n. 巧合

collaboration n. 合作 in ~ with

collide v. 相撞; 冲突 The two opinions ~ with each other.

commence v. 开始

commute v. 乘车上下班

compact a. 紧凑的,结实的 a ~ car/office

compensate v. 赔偿

compile v. 汇编, 编辑 ~ a encyclopedia

complement v. 补充,与。。。相配

compliment v. /n. 赞美

comply with v. 遵从

compulsory a. 必做的 ~ education

conceive of v. 构想 I can’t ~ of why he did such a stupid thing

confidential a. 机密的

conform to v. 遵守 ~ to the local customs

consequent a.(作为后果)随之发生的

lack of electricity and the ~ loss in economy

conserve v. 保护 consolidate v. 巩固

contaminate v. 污染 If you ~ somethingyou make itdirty.

contemplate v. 沉思; 凝视 You must ~ the results of the action.

contempt n. 轻视 confine v. 限制

corrupt a./v. **; 腐蚀 ~ officials

cozy a. 舒适的 a ~ bedroom

counterpart n. 对应的人或物

criterion n. 标准 =standard = gauge

cynical a. 愤世嫉俗的 a ~ young man is a angry young man

201012月英语六级考试高频基础词汇小结

六级高频基础词汇500

1. abnormal a. 不正常的 I’m normal you’re ~

2. abolish v. 废除 CET-Band 4 should be abolished ----A daydreamer

3. abrupt a. 突然的,唐突的 Your~ manner embarrassed her

4. absurd a. 荒唐的 What an ~ idea

5. accessory n.附件,零件

Handbag, lipstick, etc. are women’s accessories. What are men’s

Tielighter and a fine purse.

6. accommodate v.提供膳宿How can a small town ~ the Olympic Games

7. addict v. 上瘾 I’m ~ed to computer games. Please save me

8. Acquaint v. 使熟悉 Are you ~ed with that MM

9. adhere to v. 遵守 Adhere to your own principle

10. adverse a.不利的,有害的

Adverse circumstances can test a person’s wisdom and courage.

11. aggravate v. 加重 Smoking ~s cold.

12. alleviate v. 减轻 No one can ~ my pain.

13. alternate v./a 交替(的)

a day of ~ sunshine and rain /Day and night ~

14. ambiguous a. 歧义的

The policeman is looking for a man with one eye. -----Why not use two

你知道此幽默在何处?

15. amplify v. 扩大(声音)

amplify sound with the use of electronic equipment

通过使用电子仪器扩大声音

We must amplify our effort by working a lot harder.

16. analogy n. 类比 by analogy

17. anonymous a. 匿名的 I received an ~ letter.

18. applaud v. 鼓掌; 赞许 I ~ your suggestion.

19. apt a. 易于 One is ~ to make mistakes if given too much pressure.

20. array n. 陈列,一系列 the ~of fruit and vegetables in the supermarket

21. arrogant a. 傲慢的 An ~ man is a self-important person.

22. ascend v. 上升 The balloons are ~ing.

23. ascribe v. 归因于 He ~d his failure to his small vocabulary.

24. aspiration n. 抱负 Your ~ is your ambition or strong wish.

25. assault n. 攻击,袭击 A robber ~ed him.

26. assert v. 断言 He ~ed that the thief would come again.

27. assurance n.保证, 把握

I give you my ~ that the product is safe and reliable.

28. attendant n.服务员,随从

The attendant conducts us to the hall for conference.

29. authentic a. 真实的, 可靠的 Is Clinton’s biography ~

30. avert v. 避开、转移 We ~ed a loss

31. bald a. 秃顶的 A ~ man is considered to be intelligent.

32. barren a. 荒芜的, 不能生育的 Without dreamlife is a ~ field.

33. betray v. 背叛; 泄露 You ~ed me.

34. bewilder v. 使迷惑 The new traffic lights ~ the man.

35. bias n. 偏见 Bias is prejudice.

36. blaze v. 燃烧; 发强光 The summer sun is blazing.

37. bleak a. 荒凉的; 凄凉的 a ~future

38. blink v. 眨眼睛; 闪烁 Nowlook straightdon‘t blink.

39. blunder n. 大错 I can’t believe he has committed such a blunder.

40. bluntly ad. 直言不讳地 I will bluntly give you my opinion.

41. blur v. 变模糊 Fog blurred my vision.

42. bribe v. 行贿 Who bribed the bride Bridegroom.

43. browse v. 浏览 ~ a web-page

44. brutal a.残酷的=cruel/savage

We live in a beautiful era,is also a brutal era.

45. capsule n. 密封仓,胶囊

The patient swallowed the capsule without drinking water.

46. carve v. Carve your name on hearts and not on marbles.

47. casualty n. 伤亡人员 Many casualties are reported in the battle.

48. cater to v. 迎合 cater to the consumers

49. caution n. 小心

To succeed in tradingyou need both confidence and caution.

50. cherish v. 珍视; 怀有 ~friendship/~ the hope that

51. chronic a. 慢性的;严重的 Chronic feelings of emptiness or boredom

52. circulation n. 循环; 发行(量) Reader has the largest ~ in China.

53. climax n. 高潮 the ~ of the play

54. cling to v. 紧紧抓住,依恋;坚持,墨守

The baby clung to his mother./ ~ to the hope that...

55. coincidence n. 巧合 What an unfortunate coincidence

56. collaboration n. 合作 in ~ with

57. collide v. 相撞; 冲突 The two opinions ~ with each other.

58. commence v. 开始 Shall we commence the ceremony

59. commute v. 乘车上下班

I have to ~ between the university town and the downtown area.

60. compact a.紧凑的, 结实的 a ~ car/office

61. compatible a. 相容的; 兼容的 That husband and wife are very ~.

62. compensate v. 赔偿

The insurance company ~d the man for his injuries.

63. compile v. 汇编,编辑 ~ a encyclopedia

64. complement v. 补充, ---相配 The music ~s the film well.

65. compliment v. /n.赞美 Her guests complimented her on her cooking.

Thank you for your compliment.

66. comply with v. 遵从 We should comply with reasonable requests.

67. compulsory a. 必做的 ~ education

68. conceive of v. 构想 I can’t ~ of why he did such a stupid thing

69. confidential a. 机密的 This message is confidential.

70. conform to v. 遵守 ~ to the local customs

71. consensus n. 意见一致

If everyone consents to somethingthey reach a consensus.

72. consequent a.(作为后果)随之发生的

lack of electricity and the ~ loss in economy

73. conserve v. 保护

If you conserve somethingyou use it carefully and will not waste it.

In winter some people ~ energy by lowering the heat at night.

74. consolidate v. 巩固 consolidate your power

75. conspicuous a. 显眼的 The girl in red in the snowfield is very ~

76. contaminate v. 污染 If you ~ somethingyou make it dirty.

77. contemplate v. 沉思; 凝视 You must ~ the results of the action.

78. contempt n. 轻视

Before the competition, Williams held the little known player in contempt.

79. contend v. 主张=assert The lawyer contends that the man is guilty.

80. contradict v.相矛盾She does not like to contradict her husband in public.

81. Contrive v. 谋划, 图谋 The terrorists ~d to hijack a plane.

82. converge v.会合,聚集(meet at a common point)

The two rivers converge here.

83. cordial a. 热情的

I would like to extend my warmest/cordial welcome to all of you.

84. corrupt a./v. **; 腐蚀 ~ officials

85. cozy a. 舒适的 a ~ bedroom

86. counterpart n. 对应的人或物

But in the end he knew that he would find his counterpart.

87. criterion n. 标准 =standard

Only social practice can be the criterion of truth.

88. curb v.控制,约束 =restrain / restrict

I my curbed my appetite for food.

89. cynical a. 愤世嫉俗的 a ~ young man is a angry young man

90. dazzle v. 眩目;使赞叹不已 The sunlight dazzles me./Her dance ~d me.

91. deduce v. 推断 What can you deduce from the scene

92. dedicate v. 献给 To dedicate more efforts to helping others.

93. defendant n. 被告 The lawyer represented the defendant in court.

94. deficiency n. 缺乏,不足 a vitamin ~ in his diet

95. defy v. (公然) 违抗

The union defied the management and went on a strike.

96. degenerate v. 退化

Their debate degenerated into an exchange of insults.

97. degrade v. 降低身份

No one can degrade us except ourselves; that if we are worthy, no influence can defeat us.

98. deprive v. 剥夺 You ~d him of his right to privacy.

99. descendant n. 后代 He is a descendant of Confucius.

100. destiny n. 命运=fate

I am the Master of my destiny. I believe that destiny is out of our control.

101. destructive a. 破坏性的 The weapon has a great ~ power.

102. deteriorate v. 恶化 His health has ~d.

103. deviate from v.偏离

He ~d from the society by becoming a drug addict.

104. dignity n.尊严 To live with dignity.

105. dilemma n.困境 A doctor’s ~ ----- to lie or to tell the truth

106. diminish v. 变少

The dry spell quickly diminished our water supply.

107. disable v.丧失能力

The illness disabled her and left her unable to study and work.

108. Disastrous a.灾难性的

Disastrous weather have drought, floods, frost, hail and strong winds.

109. discern v. 看出, 识别 ~ the differences of the two

110. dispatch v. 派遣;发送》 ~ a representative/ message

111. disperse v.分散,消散,驱散

~ my attention/ The wind ~d the fog. The children ~d after the class.

112.disposition n.性情=temperament How to control one’s disposition

113. distort v.歪曲 Nobody can distort the historical facts.

114. divert v.转移,使转向A loud noise diverted my attention from the work.

115. dizzy a.头晕的 I feel dizzy.

116. donate v.捐献 Have you ~d blood

117. doom v./ n.注定; 劫数 He is doomed to failure.

118. drastic a. 严厉的 ~ measures

119. drawback n.缺点=disadvantage

One of the ~s of living in the XIASHA is inconvenience in daily life.

120. duplicate v./n.复制(品) make a ~ of the letter

121. dwell on v.总是想;详述 Don’t ~ on the past.

122. elevate v.提高;抬升 An elevator can ~ to the top floor very soon.

123. elicit v.诱出,引出 ~ the truth from the witness

124. eligible a.合适的, 有资格的=qualified John is an ~bachelor.

125. elite n.精英

The basic characteristic of the mass higher education is the elite education coexisting with popular education.

126. eloquent a. 雄辩的 Martin Luther King was an ~speaker.

127. energetic a.精力充沛的=vigorous

You should exercise more to keep energetic.

128. epidemic n./a. 流行病; 流行性的 Sarsthe bird’s flu.

129. erupt v.喷发 A volcano ~s. /The audience ~ed with laughter.

130. essence n. 实质; 精华 the ~ of his theory/ in ~

131. eternal a. 永久的=perpetual / permanent / forever

132. evoke v. 唤起,引起 =elicit

The song ~d a feeling of love in the listeners.

133. expedition n.远征(队);考察(队)

Everything wellwe started on an expedition.

134. expel v.开除, 驱逐=dismiss ~ the trouble-making student排出

=emit expel the smoke in the kitchen

135. expire v. 期满 Your passport ~s in a month.

136. expertise n.专门知识

He respected all your life choices, and encourage you to develop their own expertise.

137. explicit a.明确的 His statement is ~not implicit.

138. extravagant a.奢侈的; 过度的 You’re ~ while I’m thrifty.

139. fabricate v.捏造=make up/fake The man’s statement is `~d.

140. facilitate a.使便利 The multi-languages signs ~ the tourists

141. fascinate v.迷住 I’m ~d by the beauty of Li Jiang and Da li.

142. feeble a.虚弱的=weak/faint

In fact, the media-position of the weak group is feeble, negative and ignored.

143. flaw n. 缺陷 I can’t find a ~ , the painting is perfect

144. fluctuate n. 波动 He fluctuated between hopes and fears.

145. formulate v.构想

If you responsible, then how will you formulate plans for their own enterprises or departments

146. foster a.培养 =develop/nurture/cultivate/领养 ~ a child

147. fragile a.易碎的;脆弱的 Life is fragile, and humans too complicated.

148. furious a.暴怒的 It was a furious storm.

149. glamour n. 魅力 The ~ of old townsuch as Li JiangDali.

150. glitter v.闪光 =sparkle All that ~s is not gold.

151. gloomy a.忧郁的;阴暗的 a ~ day/ future

152. gossip n./v.流言; 说长道短 Gossips are like rumors.

153. grief n.悲伤 =sorrow Be strong in grief.

154. hamper v.妨碍=hinder Rescue work was hampered by the heavy rain.

155. handicap n./v.缺陷, 残疾; 妨碍

He survived the accident,but has a ~ now.

156. haul a.(用力)拖;(用车)托运 She hauled her large box into the room.

157. haunt v.萦绕于心 He was ~ed by the terrible scene.

158. hinder v.阻碍 No difficulties can ~ me.

159. hoist v.升起,吊起The price of raw materials has been hoisted by 15%.

160. homogeneous a.同质的 The population of Japanese ~.

161. hospitality n.好客 We all appreciate your kindness and hospitality.

162. immerse v.沉浸于 She ~d herself in English.

163. implicit a.内含的;含蓄的 If it is ~it is implied.

164. impulse n.冲动 act on impulse

165. incidence a.发生率 explore incidence of child obesity

166. indignant a.愤怒的

An honest man is properly indignant at the offer of a bribe.

167. infectious a.传染

The investigation found no evidence of infectious disease.

168. ingenious a. ()灵巧的;(设计等)巧妙的 ~handicraftsman

169. inherent a.固有的 the ~ defects of planned-economy

170. initiate v.开始; 发起 ~ a new plan

171. integral a.构成整体所必须的; 不可缺的

Rice is an ~ part of Chinese diet.

172. intelligible a.明白易懂的

This report would be intelligible only to an expert in computing.

173. intensify v.加剧 The noise intensified.

174. intermittent a.断断续续 the ~ rain showers

175. intimidate v.恐吓

The thief intimidated my mother into not telling the police.

176. intricate a.错综复杂的A detective novel usually has an intricate plot.

177. intrinsic a.固有的 ~ value

178. intuition n.直觉 Your ~ is your sixth sense.

179. invalid a.无效的 an ~ license

180. invariably ad.不变地;始终

Power invariably means both responsibility and danger.

181. irritate v.使恼怒 =annoy His remarks irritated me a little.

182. jeopardize v.危及=endanger You ~ your job by being late often.

183. junk n.废物 ~ food

184. kidnap v.绑架 He threatened to kidnap her child.

185. legend n.传奇 I want to tell you a well-known legend.

186. legitimate a.合法的=legal/lawful That wasn‘t a legitimate solution

187. liability n.责任 The company has to undertake heavy liability.

188. literacy n.读写能力

For most people,literacy is about reading and writing.

189. literally ad.逐字地; 确实地

Idioms usually cannot be translated literally into another language.

190. litter v.乱扔 No littering

191. magnify v.放大, 扩大 ~ the photo

192. manifest v.显示, 表明 The illness ~s itself with a high fever.

193. marginal a.微小的

You are always doing something marginal when the boss drops by your desk.

194. masculine a.男性的 Blue is usually considered a masculine color.

195. mediate v.调解

He ~d in a salary dispute between the union and the management.

merge a.合并

We can merge our two small businesses into a larger one.

197. migrate v.迁徙; 移居 Birds migrate with seasons

198. mingle v.混合 She looked at him,love and disgust mingled on her face.

199. mobilize v.动员 He is trying to mobilize all the supporters.

200. naïve a.天真的=innocent

I deemed my childhood was naïve and happy; innocent and wonderful.

201. negligible a.可以忽略不计的 the ~ cost

202. norm n.标准 reach the ~

203. notable a.著名的

This city is the birthplace of many notable historic figures.

204. notorious a.臭名昭著的 If one has a scandalhe becomes ~

205. nourish v.养育 We need good food to nourish the starving infants.

206. obedient a.顺从的 If you are ready to obey ordersyou are ~

207. obscure a.费解的,模糊不清的;不著名的

Is the sentence still ~ to youHis name was ~ 3 years ago.

208. odor n.气味 I smelt a strange ~.

209. offset v.抵消=compensate for

In basketball, he offsets his small size by his cleverness and speed.

210. optimum a.最佳的

For optimum results, please read this entire page before starting, then follow these steps.

211. orient v.使适应 ~ oneself to

212. overwhelm v.(感情上)使受不了;压倒

be ~ed with sadness/~ majority

213. paradox n.自相矛盾=contradiction

Man is really something of a paradox.

214. participant n.参加者

He is a participant of the crime and he has criminal taint.

215. patent n.专利, v.取得专利

When should I apply for a patent if I have an inventionHow long does it take to patent an invention

216. patrol v./n.巡逻

We’ve been patrolling for days but have seen nothing on patrol.在巡逻中

217. patriotic a.爱国的 The song aroused patriotic sentiment.

218. pave v.铺路 ~ the way for women’s Lib

219. permeate v.弥漫; 渗透

A bad smell ~s the building. / Water ~d all the books in the room.

220. perpetual a.永久的

Justice is perpetual and immortal.

221. pertinent a.有关的= relevant skills ~ to the profession

222. plead v.恳求;(法庭)申诉 His mother did her best to plead his case.

223. ponder v.思考 She ~ed his marriage proposal for a week.

224. portray v.描绘=describe/depict

The author portrays life in a refugee camp very vividly.

225. precede v.先于 He preceded his speech with thanks to the committee.

226. precedent n.先例 There is no precedent for this situation.

227. preclude n.阻止(from)

These conditions preclude us from joining in this event.

228. predecessor n.前任

The new communications revolution will, like its predecessor, change the way we think.

229. predominant a.主导的

Education will play a more and more predominant role in social and economic development.

230. premise n.前提 your ~ is wrong.

231. prescription n.处方 Take this prescription to the pharmacy

232. prestige n.威望 enjoy high ~

233.prevalent a.流行的

Is malaria still prevalent among the population here

234. prey vi.捕食;折磨 n.捕食;牺牲者;被捕食的动物

This problem has been preying on my mind all day.

235. probe v.探究 ~ a matter to the bottom

236. proficiency n.熟练

The good news is that with proper training, nearly all children can learn to read with proficiency.

237. profound a.深刻的; 深奥的

Although the sentence is shortbut contains a profound truth of life.

238. prolong v.延长 It can prolong your life.

239. prospective a.预期的, 未来的 his ~ father-in-law

240. provocative a.挑衅的 His ~ language provoked Peter.

241. random a.随意的 at ~

242. reap v.收获=harvest reap crops

243. reassure v.使放心

We went to the hospital to reassure ourselves about his condition.

244. reconcile v.使和解

The teacher in charge of our class had to reconcile disputes among the students.

245. rectify v.纠正 You should rectify your error before it is too late.

246. refrain from v.抑制 We must refrain from spitting in public places.

247. refute v.驳倒 refuted his claim that he was innocent.

248. remainder n.剩余的部分

I will go ahead with three of youand the remainder can wait here.

249. repel v.使厌恶;击退;排斥

The odor ~s me./The odor can ~mosquito.

250. reproach v.责备=blame

The manager reproached the new salesgirl for her carelessness.

251. resemblance v.相似

I was looking for some resemblance between my ancestor and my self.

252. resent v.怨恨 He resented being called his nickname.

253. retort v.反驳

He retorted that I was to blame. 他反驳说这事全赖我。

254. retrieve v.取回(get back, bring back)

He retrieved the important letter from the waste paper basket.

255. reunion n.团聚=get-together an occasion for family ~

256. revelation n.揭示 What revelation do you get from this story

257. revive v.使复苏 ~ economy

258. rigorous a.严格的 ~ training for doctors

259. rip v.撕裂 You should rip the cover off the box first.

260. ritual n.仪式=ceremony/routine

His morning ~is to make coffee take a shower and have breakfast.

261. robust a.健壮的

To be an astronaut, you must be in robust health. It is not an occupation for a frail person.

262. rot v.腐烂=decay

But plastics and rubber never rot. If they are burned, they give off poisonous gases.

263. safeguard v.保护 We must safeguard forest timber.

264. savage a.野蛮的=not civilized savage manners

265. scent n.香味

On summer evenings the flowers gave forth an almost intoxicating scent.

266. scrutiny n.细看

A close scrutiny of these arguments would reveal how ridiculous it is

267. setback n.挫折 How should we face life setback

268. shatter v.使粉碎 It shattered my dream.

269. simulate v.模拟

It is important for language learning to simulate the audio-visual process.

270. skeptical a.怀疑的

Her tone is skeptical and detached. 她的声音是怀疑的,冷漠的。

271. slack a.松弛的 Business is slack in this season.

272. sneak v.; 偷偷地做

We had to laugh and sneak out. 我们一边笑一边溜了出去。

273. sober a.未醉的 I’m ~ enough.

274. specifications n.规格, 说明书

Can you give me a price list with specifications

275. spectacle n.景象, 大观 This is a moving spectacle.

276. spectator n.旁观者

He was content to stand by as an impassive spectator.

他满足于站在旁边做一个冷漠的旁观者。

277. spontaneous a.自发的

Success is not spontaneous combustion. You must first set yourself on fire

成功不是自发燃烧而成的!你必须点燃自己的激情!

278. stability n.稳定 We must promote stability and unity.

279. stagger v.蹒跚 The drunkard stagger across the road.

280. stationary a.固定的,静止不动的

A stationary object is easy to be aimed at.

281. stimulus n.刺激 Ambition is a great stimulus.

282. straightforward a.坦率的 a ~ reply

283. stubborn a.倔强的 Mike was a stubborn boy when I first met him.

284. stumble v.绊倒 He stumbled down the stairs like a mad man.

285. subordinate a.从属的

Pleasure should be subordinate to duty。与工作相比,娱乐应是次要的。

286. subscribe to v.订阅 Which journal(s) do you subscribe to

287. subsidy n.补贴 May we have a subsidy for sales promotion

288. subtle a.微妙的 the ~ difference of the two words

289. supervise v.监督 Supervise and motivate team members

290. suppress v.镇压; 抑制 She could not suppress a rising panic.

291. tangle with v.争吵, 纠葛 Martin tangled with her over the question.

292. tariff n.关税

As a WTO member, China is supposed to greatly reduce tariff and non-tariff barriers.

293. tease v.取笑 Marian teased George about his big glasses.

294. temperament n.气质

He has an elastic temperament. 他有开朗的性情。

295. tempt v.引诱

Nothing could tempt her to evil. 什麽也不能引诱她做坏事。

296. tentative a.试探的 I think we can draw up a tentative plan now.

297. terminate v.终止 The game terminated in a victory for Italian team.

298. texture n.质地 I choose paper towel because I like the texture.

299. threshold n.开端 on the ~ of (即将开始)

300. timid a.胆小的

The timid person must grow in courage before opportunity will knock.

301. tolerant a.宽容的

Treats each matter and each person with the tolerant heart.

302. toss v.抛,甩 The pupil tossed his schoolbag into the air.

303. tow v. My car towed his car to a garage.

304. toxic a.有毒的=poisonous

Beware when you handle the toxic chemical.

305. trait n.特点,特性 personality ~

306. transaction n.交易

In order to conclude the transaction, we accept your price.

为了达成交易,我们接受你方之价格。

307. transit n.运输 A part of the goods were damaged in transit.

308. transition n.过渡,转变

This is our successful implementation from the traditional to the transition to digital technology.

这是我们成功实现从传统向数字技术过渡的关键因素。

309. transplant v./n.移植

The doctors will transplant a human heart into the patient.

310. trivial a.琐碎的, 不重要的 At first the incident seemed to be trivial.

311. tumble v.跌到,翻滚(stumble绊倒) She tumbled off her bicycle.

312. turbulent a.混乱的 She tried to calm her turbulent thoughts.

313. unanimous a.一致的 He was elected with unanimous approval.

314. underestimate v.低估

Never underestimate the power of dream / love / competition

315. Undermine v.暗中破坏

Never let small flaws undermine your confidence.

不要让小问题破坏你的自信。

316. undergo v.经历 ~ great changes

317. underlying a.潜在的 This word has its underlying meaning.

318. uphold v.支持 ~ world peace

319. vent n.排放口 give ~ to(发泄)

320. verge n.边缘=brink on the verge of bankruptcy

321. versatile a.多才多艺的

Only a versatile person can settle the complex problem

322. vicinity n.附近 in the ~

323. visa n.签证 I would like to extend my visa. 我想延长我的签证期限。

324. visualize v.设想 I cannot visualize what he looked like.

325. vulgar a.粗俗的

Cut out all the vulgar expressions. 删去所有粗俗的用语。

326. vulnerable a.易受伤的

Vulnerable groups exist in every society. 任何社会都存在弱势群体。

327. warfare n.战争

This is a doomed failing warfare. 这是一场注定要失败的战争。

328. warrant n.授权令;理由 The policeman has a ~ to arrest you.

329. weary a.疲劳的,厌倦的Young people weary of countless restrictions.

330. wrinkle v.起皱 Her face wrinkled with age.

331. accelerate v.加速

accelerate international peace and friendship / economic growth

332. accessible a.可接近的,可进入的

Books are the most accessible and wisest of counselors and the most patient of teachers.

书籍是最易接近和最具智慧的顾问,还是最有耐心的良师益友。

333. acknowledge v.感谢,承认

Jack acknowledged the gift with a pleasant letter./ We must acknowledge our defeat.

334. acquire v.学会

We can acquire a new culture by moving to a new region.

335. address v.---讲话

A woman rose to address the chairman

336. alert a.活跃的; 机警的 She is alert to every sound and movement.

337. allege v.推断; 断言

Students occasionally allege illness as the reason for absence.

学生时不时会称病缺课。

338. allocate v.位于,分配 We have allocated this room to you.

339. appeal v.有吸引力,呼吁,上诉,求助于

His argument appealed to me.

The college appealed to its alumni for funds.

We will appeal to a great variety of sources of information.

340. applicable a.适用的

These principles are applicable to all minority nationality areas.

341. assess v.估价

The hurricane damage was assessed at three million dollars.

342. assumption n.假定 The facts proved her assumption wrong.

343. successor n.继任者

His successor as the chairman will be at the conference.

344. bond n.联系 The family bond is an ancient tradition for us.

345. bounce v.反弹

While you wait for it to bounce backannuity rates could fall.

在您等待经济反弹的时候,年金收益率可能已经下调了。

346. breed v.培育

Wolong is part of efforts to breed giant pandas in hopes of increasing the species‘ chances of survival.

347. bump into v.碰见,撞上 I’m sorry to bump into you.

348. campaign n.运动

The president is waging a campaign to win over organized labor.

总统开展了一场运动以赢得工会工人的支持。

349. category n.种类

Choose a category and browse clubsor create your own club.

350. cease n.停止 Time like the river that never cease

351. chaos n.混乱

It is impossible to establish democracy amid economic chaos.

352. component n.部件 We want to try this component as sample.

353. confess v.坦白

Now I must confess that I‘m at my wit’s end.

现在我必须承认我已毫无办法。

354. constitute v.构成

Listening,speaking,reading,then writing constitute the fundamental order in language learning.

355. consistent a.一致的, 不中断的 The key is to take consistent action.

356. consultant n.顾问

I‘m still working as a freelance consultant at the moment.

现在我仍然以一名自由顾问的身份在工作。

357. controversial a.有争议的

The politicians will distance themselves from the controversial issues.

政客们想要尽量远离有争议的问题。

358. convert v.转变 convert the hotel into a apartment building

359. defect n.缺陷 Laziness is our common defect.

360. deliberate a.故意的, 慎重的=on purpose

It is a deliberate actionoften connected with battle and war.

He did it in a deliberate manner.

361. depress v.使沮丧

It depressed us that no progress was made during the negotiations.

362. detect v. 发现 I detected a note of pity in her voice.

363. descend v.下降

An individual can force love to descendcan magic it up.

一个人可能使爱情夭折,也能使爱情奇迹般重现。

364. dim a.昏暗的

Maybe even a dim light can give them much hope for a better life.

365. disguise v.化装,伪装

Mary disguised her handwriting by writing with her left hand.

366. dispose of v.去掉; 处理 Let’s dispose of this matter once and for all.

让我们永远解决这件事情吧。

367. Distress n. /v.痛苦

He is in distress for money. 他为钱而苦恼。

The tragic news distressed us all.

The manager was distressed by excessive work.

经理因过度操劳而精疲力竭。

368. diverse a.多样的

America is so vast and diverse that invites me to explore it. If you are willing to work hardthen the opportunity abounds.

美国是个辽阔无垠,丰富多元的国家,它使我有实地探究的机会,如果你工作努力,那麽机会倒不少。

369. document v.证明

Can you document your claims?你能证明你的主张吗?

370. dominate v.支配 She must dominate her passions.

371. drain v./n.排走;耗尽

After these three words, her strength seems to drain away. / The country was experiencing brain drain. 那个国家经历了人才外流。

372. discard v.丢弃 Don’t ~ the drink cans carelessly.

373. exaggerate v.夸大

During the interviewsome interviewees tend to exaggerate.

374. rival n.对手=opponent

The bank merged with its major rival. 该银行与其主要对手合并了。

375. exploit v.利用 How do I fully exploit the experience

376. external a.外在的 They are the external or uncontrollable factors.

377. extinguish v.熄灭

They tried to extinguish the flames. / She extinguished him with a single word.

她一句话就说得他哑口无言。

378. feasible a.可行的 Your suggestion is feasible to a certain extent.

379. fertile a.肥沃的 The fertile land assures the high productivity.

380. flourish v.茂盛, 繁荣

As a result, your relationship will grow and flourish.

你们的关系将会因此成长和繁荣。

381. fragment n.碎片

The time fragment also cannot meet again. 时光的碎片再也接不起来。

382. furnish v.提供,配置=provide

He furnished me with a lot of useful information.

383. genuine a.真的 His suitcase was made of genuine leather.

384. grope v.摸索

Why grope after the meaning of a wordLook it up in the dictionary

干吗要在心中琢磨一个词的意思?查词典好了!

385. harbor v.心怀 We all harbor fears about the future.

386. harmony n.和谐 The couple live together in harmony.

387. hollow a.空的,中空的,空洞的 Hollow and alone.

388. hostile a.敌视的 He is hostile to reform.

389. illusion n.幻想 You think thatdo youPure illusion

390. imaginary a.虚构的

All the events described in this story are imaginary.

391. ignite v.点燃 When you introduce a sparkyou can ignite the fuel.

如果你导入一点火花,你就能点燃燃料。

392. impetus n.推动,动力

Thanks our customers for their support and trustwhich is the impetus for us to develop.

393. immune a.免疫的, 免除的

These factors can also affect the immune system./Not that Beijing is immune from the turmoil.

但北京也不是对这场金融危机完全免疫的。

394. incentive n.刺激

Some people go after money incentive. 金钱奖励对有些人行之有效。

395. indulge v.沉溺于 ~ oneself in

396. induce v.引起; 诱导

People are always induced by advertisements to buy things they don‘t really need.

397. ingredient n.配料 the ~s of pizza

398. initiative n.主动性 You should take the ~

399. intimate a.亲密的 We yearn for intimate relationships.

400. intervene v.干预

Our President has no intention of intervening in your internal affairs.

401. liable to a.易于=be apt to/be prone to

Without careful investigationwe are liable to come to wrong conclusions.

不仔细调查研究,我们就很容易得出错误结论。

402. liberal a.自由的

He is liberal in his view on government. 他对政体的看法是属于自由主义的。

403. linger v.继续逗留;留恋 They lingered in the beautiful town.

404. mature a.成熟的

Audiences can expect a more mature film this timetoo.

405. moderate a.适度的 ~ physical exercises

406. motivate v.激励 A desire to pass Band 6 ~s her to work hard.

407. multiply v.繁殖,增加

This will multiply our chances of success. / Friendships multiply joys and divide grief.

408. overall a.总体的 an ~ impression

409. perceive v.感知 He has now perceived his error.

410. prevail over v.胜过 Justice will prevail over injustice.

411. prime n.壮年 He died in the ~ of his life.

412. priority n.优先权 give ~ to

413. prominent a.突出的, 杰出的=distinguished

He plays a prominent part in public life.

414. prone to a.易于

Their expectant mothers are more prone to high blood pressure, diabetes and heart problems.

他们的妈妈在怀孕期间更容易得高血压,糖尿病和心脏疾病。

415. prosperity n.繁荣

In times of prosperity money circulates quickly. / I wish you prosperity.

416. reckless a.卤莽的 Avoid reckless people.

417. relevant a.有关的 Please collect the relevant data.

418. remedy n.治疗法 Patience is the best remedy. 忍耐是最好的良药。

419. resistant a.抵抗的

Tommy Carter started working on drought-resistant soybeans in 1981.

1981年,汤米卡特开始致力于研究抗旱大豆。

420. respective a.分别的, 各自的 We live for our respective dream.

421. resume v.重新开始

I tried to persuade her to resume her job as secretary.

422. scandal n.丑闻 The mayor was involved in a bribery scandal.

423. scatter v.驱散

They scatter all my winter dreams. 他们赶走了我所有的冬梦。

424. sentiment n.感情

She is a girl of sentiment. 她是一个多愁善感的女孩。

425. severe a.严重的 ~ wound

426. shield v.保护 Shield yourself from bad influences.

427. simultaneously a.同时地

Able to handle multiple tasks simultaneously.

能够同时处理多重任务。

428. sole a.唯一的 Walking is my sole exercise.

429. sponsor n.赞助者 v.赞助

The company is the major sponsor of the party.

Would you like to sponsor us

430. startle v.惊吓, 令人惊奇的 I hope you see things that startle you.

431. stray v.走失 a young girl who has strayed 一名误入歧途的年轻姑娘

432. substantial a.可观的,大量的(=considerable) a substantial income

433. sufficient a. 充分的 The police have not got sufficient information

434. supplement v./n.补充 He ~ed his income by taking apart-time job.

435. testify v.作证

He testified against the accused. 他作了不利于被告的证词。

His friends will testify for him. 他的朋友们将为他作证。

436. trigger v.引发 ~ a debate/war

437. swing v.摇摆 Can you swing your father round to our point of view

你能说服你父亲转而赞成我们的观点吗?

438. universal a.普遍的 Music is the universal language.

439. utilize v.利用 We must utilize all available resources.

440. variation n.变动 the ~ in temperature

441. virtually ad.实际上 He was virtually a prisoner.

442. wretched a.难过的, 可怜的

They are living in wretched poverty. 他们过著可怜的贫苦生活。

443. flexible a.灵活的 The dancer’s body is very ~

444. facet n.侧面 a ~ of American life

445. endeavor v. /n. 努力

I’ll endeavor to ascertain her mind. 我得先努力弄清楚她的想法。

The person who believe without endeavor success will come naturally are in daydream.

446. elaborate a.精心的

They have made elaborate preparations for the state visit.

他们为这次国事访问作了精心的准备。

447. crude a.未加工的 ~ oil

448. preach v.说教The teacher kept preaching about the importance of study.

449. strive v.力求 ~ for freedom

450. punctual a.守时的 He is a ~ man.

451. harness v.治理 ~ a river

452. integrity n.诚实; 完整; 正直

Without integrity, he will lose the best friend.

453. submit to v.上交, 屈服(=yield to)

Some of you have not yet submitted your homework to me.

Do you want to submit to his threat

454. launch v.发起

launch man-made satellite/ launch an extensive public works program

开始一项大规模的市政工程计划/launch an attack/launch a new project

455. striking a. 显著的 striking difference/ feature

456. instinct n. 本能

We sometimes act on instinct. 我们有时凭直觉行动。

Birds learn to fly by instinct. 鸟类学习飞翔是出于本能。

457. maintenance n. 保养

Has he enrolled in the car maintenance class this year

他今年报名参加汽车维修班的学习了吗?

458. scrape v. 刮,擦

Scrape the mud off your shoes with this knife.

We shall scrape through anyhow. 不管怎样,我们将渡过困难。

459. sensible a. 合情理的

Do you deem this plan sensible 你认为这项计划明智吗?

460. eliminate v. 去除 Our goal is to eliminate poverty.

461. propel v.推动

His addiction to drugs propelled him toward a life of crime.

吸毒成瘾使他走上犯罪的道路。

462. pledge n. 保证

They have pledged their support for our case.

他们已发誓支持我们的诉讼。

463. label n.标签 v.标记

The label says that food contains peanuts. 该食物标签说它含有花生。

They labeled him as a communist. 他们说他是一名共产党员。

464. justify v.使有正当理由

He attempts to justify his conduct. 他试图为他的行为辩护。

465. initiate v.创始

Develop and initiate a new project in support of vocational service.

466. stereotype n.陈规,固定的看法

They unfortunately become the target of the stereotype and discrimination.

467. identify…with v. 使等同, 认同

Never identify opinions with facts.

Voters identify with the young candidate.选民们很同情那位年轻的候选人。

468. convey v. 传达 Please convey my best wishes to your parents.

469. collapse v. 坍塌

Despite their efforts the project collapsed.

Both his health and his business collapsed within a year.

470. affection n. 喜爱,情感 How to solve affection problem

471. yield v. 结出,生产

It is the trade of lawyers to question everything, yield nothing, and to talk by the hour.

律师的生意是:质问一切事情、得不出任何结果、而按钟点收费说话。

472. promising a.有希望的

We all look on him as a very promising young man.

473. publicity n.公众的注意, 宣传, 广告

His job is producing publicity for the child welfare organization.

他的任务是为儿童福利组织撰写宣传材料。

474. hazard n.危险

But risks must be taken, because the greatest hazard in life is to risk nothing.

475. forge v.伪造 ~ a famous painter’s signature

476. concession n.让步 Can we each make some concession

477. submerge v.淹没

The whole village and the fields have been submerged by floods.

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