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刘毅GRE字根字汇 Wordlist 24(单词带例句)

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abduct

v. to lead away; to kidnap 拐走;绑架

 

n. abduction

Terrorists abducted the colonel during his morning commute to headquarters.

恐惧分子在上校早上赶车前去总部途中将他绑架。

* commute

通勤

* headquarters

司令部

abhor

v. to hate; to think of with disgust 讨厌

 

n. abhorrence

Calvin abhors the idea that anyone could discount, even ignore, his carefully prepared proposition.

卡文一想到有人会低估,乃至无视他经心预备的提案,就很讨厌。

* discount

轻蔑

Synonym

同义词:abominate; detest; loathe

Antonym

反义词:admire; relish

abject

adj. degraded 卑屈的

Even the most abject prisoners tried in some way to maintain some sense of self-respect.

即便是最卑屈的监犯,也会试着以某种方法维持些许自负。

Synonym

同义词:servile; debased; slavish

Antonym

反义词:dignified; august

accomplice

n. helper or companion in wrongdoing 共犯;同谋

Nancy was Michael's accomplice and drove the get-away car after Michael robbed the bank.

南西是麦可的共犯,在麦可掳掠银行后,她开车载他分开。

Synonym

同义词:confederate; conspirator

adduce

v. to put forward as proof 引证;举出

In support of his claim to the inheritance, Carl adduced the original version of the will.

为了证明他有官僚求承继财富,卡尔提出遗言的副本。

* inheritance

遗产;承继财

* version

…版

Synonym

同义词:cite; quote; allege; present

advocate

v. to speak publicly to support 倡导;主张

 

n. advocacy

A small group of students advocated the school administration provide a greater variety of class subjects.

多数先生主张,学校行政部分应该提供更多差别的课程。

Synonym

同义词:promote; uphold; propose

Antonym

反义词:impugn; contradict; oppose

affliction

n. suffering 苦楚;苦难

 

v. afflict

Susan's affliction was caused by trauma resulting from witnessing a murder.

苏珊的苦楚是来自于目击行刺案所形成的肉体创伤。

* trauma

肉体创伤

Synonym

同义词:distress; hardship; misfortune; adversity

grieve

v. to sadden 使伤心

Jordan was much aggrieved to learn of the passing of his best friend's favorite aunt.

得知挚友最喜好的伯母毕命后,乔丹十分伤心。

Antonym

反义词:delight; gladden

ambidextrous

adj. skilled with both hands 两手都很乖巧的

Few people are truly ambidextrous, with one hand always being at least slightly dominant over the other.

很少人两手都很乖巧,通常一手至多比另一手略微乖巧些。

ambiguous

adj. of double meaning 有两种(以上)意义的;模糊的

Carla's ambiguous answer only made me more confused than I was before I posed the question.

卡拉模糊的答复,只使得我比提出题目前更为狐疑。

Synonym

同义词:obscure; vague

Antonym

反义词:explicit; perspicuous; specific

ambivalent

adj. possessing conflicting emotions 心情抵牾的

Although the new position would be prestigious, Sean was still ambivalent about taking the new job.

固然新的职位能够会带来声望,西恩关于能否要承受新任务依然很抵牾。

* prestigious

带来声望的;有声望的

Synonym

同义词:contradictory

anemia

n. lack of blood 血虚

Arnold's pale complexion and lack of energy gave the doctor an indication that he might have anemia.

阿诺德惨白的神色和欠峡生机,让大夫以为他能够有血虚。

anesthesia

n. lack of sensation, esp. induced by certain drugs 得到知觉;麻醉

Local anesthesia involves reducing sensation in only one part of the body.

部分麻醉意味着只使身材一局部得到知觉。

annihilate

v. to destroy completely 清除

 

n. annihilation

The disease is so dangerous and virulent, it can annihilate an entire city in a matter of weeks.

这种疾病十分风险,具有高度感染性,可在数星期之内消灭整个都会。

* virulent

高感染性的

Synonym

同义词:extinguish; extirpate; exterminate

apprise

v. to inform 告诉

The ambassador reported to the President to apprise him of the current situation in the Iberian Peninsula.

大使晋见总统,向他陈诉伊比利亚半岛现在的情势。

* peninsula

半岛

Synonym

同义词:acquaint;notify

assuage

v. to make (pain feeling, etc.) less 紧张;停息

 

n. assuagement

Mother's words assuaged us of any fears that Johnny would not return safely from his trip.

我们惧怕强尼能够无法从游览中安全返来,但母亲的话加重了我们的恐惊。

Synonym

同义词:alleviate; mitigate; soothe; pacify

Antonym

反义词:exacerbate; aggravate; provoke; vex

avocation

n. minor occupation 副业;专业喜好

In the evenings, Rebecca's avocation as a pizza deliverer takes up all her time.

丽贝嘉早晨兼差送披萨饼;占据了她一切的工夫。

Synonym

同义词:sideline

convoke

v. to call together; to summon 调集;召开

The United Nations convoked a summit meeting for NATO members to be held in the end of July.

结合国召开的北大泰西条约构造会员国顶峰集会,将在七月尾举行。

Synonym

同义词:assemble; convene; congregate

Antonym

反义词:adjourn; disperse

convoluted

adj. coiled; twisted; complicated 旋绕的;扑朔迷离的

Leo insisted on driving because when Joseph drives, he always takes the most convoluted route.

里奥对峙由他开车,由于约瑟夫开车总是走最扑朔迷离的道路。

devolve

v. to transfer or pass (duties, work, etc.) 委任;移交

 

n. devolution

The burden on the central government can be reduced by devolving certain tasks to local governments.

将某些任务移交给中央当局后,地方当局的担负就会加重。

Synonym

同义词:depute; consign; commission

evoke

v. to call up; to bring about 唤起

 

n. evocation

The child's crying evoked a sense of pity in the old man who then gave her a lollipop.

孩子的哭声惹起老人的怜惜,于是老人给她一支棒棒糖。

* lollipop

棒棒糖

Synonym

同义词:arouse; induce; provoke

Antonym

反义词:suppress; stifle; restrain

invocation

n. calling upon God; prayer 祈求(天主);祷告

Helen made invocations to beg for the recovery o?her parents from the plane crash.

海伦祈求天主让她的怙恃从坠机不测中病愈。

Synonym

同义词:appeal; beseeching; entreaty

provocation

n. something to make one angry 激愤(的缘由);寻衅

Don't mention that subject; that sort of provocation can cause them to react in a violent manner.

不要提到谁人话题,那会澈怒他们,使他们反响剧烈。

Synonym

同义词:annoyance; vexation

vociferous

adj. noisy 喧华的;喧嚣的

Despite the vociferous demands of the crowd, the sheriff would not allow the release of the little boy.

虽然群众高声喧嚣,要求开释谁人小男孩,但警长照旧差别意。

Synonym

同义词:boisterous; clamorous; blatant

Antonym

反义词:hushed; still; noiseless

voluble

adj. able to talk quickly and easily 噤若寒蝉的;健谈的

Whenever you mention the subject of wind-surfing to him, Al suddenly becomes voluble?

不管何时只需你向他提刮风浪板的话题,艾丽就会忽然变得很健谈。

Synonym

同义词:glib; loquacious

Antonym

反义词:tongue-tied

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