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(2006-07-14 23:36:40)
分类: English
agency: n.
1. I got this job through an employment agency.
2. The agency places about 2000 secretaries per annum.
3. Do you mean to say that if we entrust you with the agency, you will sell$1, 000, 000 each year?
4. I hope we can see eye to eye about the other terms of the agency then. 我希望到那时候我们能在代理协议的其他条款上能取得一致意见。 
5. I work in a tourist agency. 我在一家旅行社工作。 
6. He is a reporter from Xinhua agency. 他是一名新华社记者。 
7. He enrolled with an employment agency for a secretary.
8. By and large the work of the news agency is appreciative.
1. There is a clear division of labor in ants. 蚂蚁间有明确的分工。
2. He was a soft-hearted man. He wouldn't hurt an ant.
3. The proverb tells us to emulate the industry of the ant.
4. A worker ant or bee that feeds and cares for the colony's young.
abandon:v. 放弃,沉溺
1. The cruel man abandoned his wife and child.
2. They had abandoned all hope. 他们已经放弃了一切希望。 
3. He abandoned himself to despair. 自暴自弃。 
4. They abandoned their lands to the invading forces.
5. The next-best solution is to abandon the project altogether.
6. Those who abandon themselves to despair can not succeed.
7. She rationalized her decision to abandon her baby by saying she could not afford to keep it.
1. the trait of lacking restraint or control; reckless freedom from inhibition or worry
同义词:wantonness, unconstraint
2. a feeling of extreme emotional intensity
1. forsake, leave behind
2. stop maintaining or insisting on; of ideas or claims
同义词:give up
3. give up with the intent of never claiming again
同义词:give up
4. leave behind empty; move out of
同义词:vacate, empty
5. leave someone who needs or counts on you; leave in the lurch
同义词:forsake, desolate, desert

anxiety: n. 焦虑,挂念,担心,渴望,热望
1. The anxieties of the past week had left her exhausted.
2. We waited for news with a growing sense of anxiety.
3. The doctor's report removed all their anxieties.
4. He caused his parents great anxiety by cycling long distances alone. 他独自骑自行车远行, 父母非常担心. 
5. It proved difficult to disguise his anxiety.
6. Stephen's behaviour occasioned his parents much anxiety.
7. They show great anxiety concerning their retirement allowance.
8. His forehead was ridged with anxiety.
alter:  v. 改变
1. He altered one of the rooms into a bedroom.
2. She had to alter her clothes after losing weight.
 她瘦了以後, 衣服也得修改了. 
3. I didn't recognize him because he had altered so much.
 我没认出他来, 因为他变了许多. 
4. The plane altered course. 飞机更改了航线. 
5. Circumstances alter cases. 【谚】具体情况具体分析。 
6. He's my alter ego, we go everywhere together.
7. I'll have to alter the diagram. I've made a mistake.
 我得修改图表. 我出了点儿错.
1. cause to change; make different; cause a transformation
同义词:change, modify
2. make or become different in some particular way, without permanently losing one's or its former characteristics or essence
同义词:change, vary
3. make an alteration to
4. insert words into texts, often falsifying it thereby
同义词:interpolate, falsify
5. remove the ovaries of
同义词:neuter, spay, castrate

altar: n. (教堂内的)圣坛,祭坛
1. He led Mary to the altar yesterday.
2. The high priest sacrificed the goat on the altar.
3. The pilgrims prostrated themselves before the altar.
4. He knelt as a suppliant at the altar. 他跪在祭坛前祈祷。 
5. It is (a) sacrilege to steal a crucifix from an altar.
6. The priest bowed down before the altar. 牧师在圣坛前行鞠躬礼. 
7. There was a madonna on the altar. 祭坛上有一座圣母马利亚的雕像.
8. The altar had been defiled by vandals. 圣坛遭到破坏公物的人故意损坏.
1. the table in Christian churches where communion is given
同义词:communion table, Lord's table
2. a raised structure on which gifts or sacrifices to a god are made

anticipate:  v. 预期,占先
1. In business, you've got to anticipate how your competitors will act. 在生意上,你必须事先估计到你的竞争对手会如何行动。
2. It is unwise to anticipate your earnings by spending a lot of money. 大量花钱提前使用自己的收入是不明智的。 
3. We anticipate that we will meet a certain amount of resistance to our plan. 我们预料我们的计划会遇到一些人的反对。 
4. A good general can anticipate what the enemy will do.
5. Anticipating that it would soon be dark, they all took torches.
 他们预见到天快黑了, 就都带上了手电筒. 
6. Earlier explorers probably anticipated Columbus's discovery of America.
7. We anticipate that demand is likely to increase.
8. She anticipates all her mother's needs.
1. regard something as probable or likely
2. act in advance of; deal with ahead of time
同义词:foresee, forestall, counter
3. realize beforehand
同义词:previse, foreknow, foresee
4. make a prediction about; tell in advance
同义词:predict, foretell, prognosticate, call, forebode, promise
5. be excited or anxious about
同义词:look for, look to
6. be a forerunner of or occur earlier than

anticipation:  n. 预期,预料
1. A feeling of unease or mild nausea caused especially by fearful anticipation.
2. I have take my coat and umbrella in anticipation of rain.
3. Fearful or uneasy anticipation of the future; dread.
4. I can not deny my keen anticipation of her visit.
ark:  n. 方舟,箱子,柜
1. This cash register must have come out of the ark.
2. In the Old Testament, the patriarch who was chosen by God to build an ark, in which he, his family, and a pair of every animal were saved from the Flood.
3. Make yourself an ark with ribs of cypress;cover it with reeds and coat it inside and out with pitch.
1. (Judaism) sacred chest where the ancient Hebrews kept the two tablets containing the Ten Commandments
同义词:Ark of the Covenant
2. a boat built by Noah to save his family and animals from the flood

n. 拱门,弓形
v. 成弓形弯曲,成弓形
1. The cat arched its back in anger. 那只猫气得拱起了腰。 
2. The bridge has three arches. 这座桥有三座拱洞。 
3. The cat arched its back when it saw the dog.
4. Go through the arch and follow the path. 穿过拱门, 沿著那条路走. 
5. Tall trees arched across the river. 高大的树木成拱形横跨过那条河. 
6. Marble Arch is a famous London landmark.
7. The arch has a span of 60 metres. 那个拱的跨度为60米. 
8. Have you been to the Triumphal Arch? 你去过凯旋门吗?
archly:  ad. 狡猾地,顽皮地
1. with playful slyness or roguishness
同义词:in an arch manner

accent:n. 重音,口音
v. 重读,强调
1. In the word `today' the accent is on the second syllable.
2. In all our products the accent is on quality.
 在我们一切产品中, 最重视的就是质量. 
3. He spoke with an American accent. 他说话带着美国英语口音。 
4. The accent in the word" importance" is on the second syllable.
5. His accent proclaimed that he was an American.
6. She spoke with an Irish accent. 她说话带有爱尔兰口音。 
7. His accent betrayed the fact that he was foreign.
8. He flattered himself that he spoke French with a perfect accent.
academy:n. 学院,学术,学会
1. He is a student in an academy of music. 他是一所音乐学院的学生。 
2. A member of an art, literary, or scientific academy or society.
3. British actor and theatrical producer who founded the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art(1904).
4. Royal Academy of Music. 皇家音乐学院
1. a secondary school (usually private)
2. an institution for the advancement of art or science or literature
同义词:honorary society
3. a school for special training
4. a learned establishment for the advancement of knowledge
accelerate:v. 加速
1. The car accelerated as it overtook me. 那辆汽车一加速就超越了我. 
2. The leader is losing ground as the rest of the runners accelerate. 领先者在其余赛跑者加速时就逐渐失去了优势。
1. move faster
同义词:speed up, speed, quicken
2. cause to move faster
同义词:speed, speed up
v. 使全神贯注,吸收(水、光、蒸汽等)
vt. 吸收,吸引
1. His business absorbs him. 他的业务使他全神贯注。 
2. The clever boy absorbed all the knowledge his teacher could give him. 那个聪明的男孩把他老师所能教他的所有的知识都吸收了。 
3. Dry sand absorbs water. 干沙吸收水份。 
4. Buffers absorbed most of the shock. 缓冲器使震动减少了许多. 
5. The surrounding villages have been absorbed by/into the growing city. 周围的村庄已经并入了那不断扩展的城市. 
6. The larger firm absorbed the smaller one. 那大公司并吞了那小公司. 
7. Plants absorb minerals and other nutrients from the soil.
8. Plants can absorb carbon dioxide and release oxygen.
1. become imbued
2. take up mentally
同义词:assimilate, ingest, take in
3. take up, as of debts or payments
同义词:take over
4. take in, also metaphorically
同义词:suck, imbibe, soak up, sop up, suck up, draw, take in, take up
5. cause to become one with
6. suck or take up or in
同义词:take in
7. engross (oneself) fully
同义词:steep, immerse, engulf, plunge, engross, soak up
8. assimilate or take in
9. engage or engross wholly
同义词:engross, engage, occupy
a. 缺席的
vt. 使缺席
1. How many students are absent today? 今天有多少学生缺席? 
2. He deliberately absented himself from the meeting. 他故意不到会. 
3. Love was totally absent from his childhood.
4. He gave a lame excuse for being absent.
5. Why was it that he was absent? 他为什么缺席呢? 
6. Many students were absent, notably the monitor.
7. Please tell me the reason why (=for which) you were absent.
8. Professor Li is absent, I will take the lesson in the place of him. 李教授不在, 我替他上课。
1. go away or leave
1. not in a specified place physically or mentally
2. lost in thought; showing preoccupation
同义词:absentminded, abstracted, scatty

aborad:ad. 离口侧, 对口侧
1. away from the mouth or oral region
ad. 在船上,在火车上,在飞机上
prep. 在...之上
1. It's time to go aboard. 该上船/飞机/车了。 
2. We went/climbed aboard.  我们上了船(或飞机, 车等). 
3. He was already aboard the ship.  他已经上船了. 
4. Welcome aboard! st. 请上船(车,飞机) 
5. All aboard!  请上船 
6. We travelled aboard the same flight. 我们搭乘同一班机.
1. on a ship, train, plane or other vehicle
2. on first or second or third base
同义词:on base
3. side by side
4. part of a group


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