NameDescription
[ə'bænd(ə)n]
abandon

vt. 离弃,丢弃;遗弃,抛弃;放弃

The cruel man abandoned his wife and child.

那个狠心的男人抛弃了他的妻儿。

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[ə'brʌptli]
abruptly

ad.突然地,意外地

The temperature dropped abruptly.

气温骤降。

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[əb'zɔːb; -'sɔːb]
absorb

v. 吸收;使全神贯注

His business absorbs him.

他全神贯注于自己的业务。

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['æbstrækt]
abstract

adj. 抽象的;深奥的

We may talk of beautiful things, but beauty itself is abstract.

我们尽可谈论美的事物, 然而美本身却是抽象的。

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[əb'struːs; æb-]
abstruse

adj. 深奥的

The professor’s lectures were so abstruse that students tended to avoid them.

这个教授的课如此深奥以致学生们常常逃课。

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[ə'bjuːz]
abuse

n. 滥用,虐待,伤害

He greeted me with a stream of abuse.

他见到我就连声辱骂。

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[ə'kædəmɪ]
academy

n. 专业学校

He is a student in an academy of music.

他是一所音乐学院的学生。

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[ə'kʌmplɪʃm(ə)nt; ə'kɒm-]
accomplishment

n.成就

Developing the supersonic jet was quite an accomplishment.

开发超音速喷气机是一项了不起的成就。

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[ə'kɔːd]
accord

n. 一致,符合,调和

Such an act would not be in accord with our policy.

这种做法不符合我们的政策。

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[ə'kaʊnt(ə)nt]
accountant

n.会计

The accountant described his work to the sales staff.

那个会计向营业部的职员介绍了自己的工作情况。

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[ə'kjuːmjʊleɪt]
accumulate

v. 累积;积聚;积攒

Dust and dirt soon accumulate if a house is not cleaned regularly.

房屋不经常打扫, 尘土很快就越积越多。

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[ækjʊ'zeɪʃ(ə)n]
accusation

n.谴责,指控

The accusation against him was groundless.

对他的指控是没有根据的。

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[ə'kweɪnt]
acquaint

v. 使认识,使了解, 使熟悉

You must acquaint yourself with your new duties.

你必须熟悉自己的新职务。

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[ə'kjuːz]
accuse

v. 指责,谴责,控告

She accused him of stealing her watch.

她控告他偷她的表。

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[ə'kweɪnt(ə)ns]
acquaintance

n. 相识,了解;熟人,相识的人

She has many acquaintances in the business community.

她在商界有不少熟人。

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[,ækwɪ'zɪʃ(ə)n]
acquisition

n. 取得,获得;习得,获得物

He devotes his time to the acquisition of knowledge.

他把时间用在获取知识上。

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['ækʃ(ə)n]
action

n. 战斗

The action took place in the nearby suburbs of the city.

战斗发生在城市近郊。

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['ædəm(ə)nt]
adamant

adj. 坚定的,不动摇的

I've tried to persuade him to change his mind but he's adamant.

我竭力劝他改变主意,但他毫不动摇。

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[ə'dʒʌs(t)m(ə)nt]
adjustment

n.调整

The company made an adjustment in my salary.

公司对我的薪金作了调整。

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[əd'mɪtɪdlɪ]
admittedly

ad.公认的

This has led to financial losses, though admittedly on a fairly small scale.

这已经导致了经济损失,尽管公认这损失并不大。

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[ə'dɔː]
adore

v.崇拜,爱戴;非常喜欢

People adore him for his noble character.

人们因他人格高贵而敬重他。

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[ə'dɔːn]
adorn

v.装饰,打扮

His house is lavishly adorned.

他的家装饰得非常华丽。

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[əd'vɑːns]
advance

a.预先的,事先获得的

We have received your advance sample.

我们收到了你们的先发样品。

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[əd'vɑːntɪdʒ]
advantage

n. 优点,有利条件;利益,好处

He had the advantage of a good education.

他具备受过良好教育的优势。

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['ædvənt]
advent

n. 出现,到来,来临

The advent of the computer changed people's life greatly.

计算机的出现极大地改变了人们的生活。

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['ædvə,taizə]
advertiser

n.做广告的人

The advertiser split off from his partner and started a company of his own.

这个广告人和他的合伙人决裂了,自已开了个公司。

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[əd'vaɪz(ə)rɪ]
advisory

a.咨询的

He accompanied the President in an advisory capacity.

他以顾问身份做总统随行人员。

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[ə'fekʃ(ə)nət]
affectionate

a.充满深情的,柔情的

She gave her mother an affectionate hug.

她充满深情地拥抱著她的母亲。

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[ə'flɪkt]
afflict

v. 使苦恼,折磨

The poor old man was afflicted with diabetes.

那可怜的老人受到糖尿病的折磨。

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['æɡənaiziŋ]
agonizing

a.精神紧张的,提心吊胆的

Suffering from agonizing torment, he committed suicide.

因为经历着极度的痛苦,所以他自杀了。

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[ə'griːəb(ə)l]
agreeable

adj. 宜人的

During the dinner we had an agreeable conversation.

用餐时我们进行了一次令人愉快的谈话。

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['ægrɪkʌltʃə]
agriculture

n. 农业,农艺,农耕

Drought is not the only weather problem for American agriculture.

干旱并不是美国农业面临的唯一天气难题。

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['eɪlɪən]
alien

adj. 异国的,外国的

Orange trees are alien to China.

橘子树是从外国传入中国的。

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[əlɒŋ'saɪd]
alongside

prep. 在……的旁边,与……并排

The car drew up alongside the road.

小汽车在路边停下来。

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['ɔːltə; 'ɒl-]
alter

v.改变

Has she altered her mind?

她改变主意了吗?

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[ə'laɪk]
alike

ad.一样地

The two brothers are very much alike.

这两兄弟非常相像。

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[ɔːl'tɜːnətɪv; ɒl-]
alternative

adj. 可选择的;选择性的;交替的

We have the alternative plans of having a picnic or taking a boat trip.

我们有两个可选择的计划,要么去野餐,要么去乘船旅游。

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[ə'mæs]
amass

v.积聚,收集

He is planed to amass a fortune for a rainy day.

他正打算积蓄财富以备不时之需。

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[æm'bɪʃəs]
ambitious

adj. 有抱负的,雄心勃勃的;有野心的

An ambitious boy usually works hard.

一个充满雄心的男孩通常会努力工作。

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['æmplɪ]
amply

adv. 足够地

I have the satisfaction of being amply rewarded for my efforts.

我为自己的努力得到充分的报偿而感到满足。

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