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1重要的,重大的,有价值的. 【adj 】 important =crucial (extremely important),significant(amount or effect large enough to be import ant)

2. 普通的;共同的;通常的;一般的. 【adj 】common=universal, ubi quitous(if something is ubiquitous, it seems to be everywhere) 3. 充裕的;丰富的;盛产【adj 】 abundant=ample(enough and usually extra), plentiful(enough for people's needs and wants)

4. 坚持;粘着;依附;追随【vi 】 stick=adhere, cling(hold on somethin g tightly)

5. 疏忽,忽视;忽略【vt 】neglect=ignore.(difference: neglect means s omeone has not paid enough attention to something; ignore mea ns no attention.)

6. 邻近的,毗连的【adj 】near=adjacent(twothings next to each ot her), adjoin 【vi/vt】(the same as adjacent)

7. 从事;追赶;继续;纠缠【vt 】pursue=woo(man woos woman, old-fa shioned), seek(if you seek sth, you try to obtain it. FORMAL)

8. 精确的;明确的;严格的【adj 】 accurate=precise(precise is exact and accurate in all details), exact(correct in every detail)

9. 模糊的;含糊的;不明确的【adj 】vague=obscure(unknown or kn own by only a few people)

10. 顶点【n 】top=peak【n/v】, summit

11. 竞争者,对手【n 】competitor=rival, opponent(especially in spor ts and politics)

12. 责备;归咎于【vt 】blame=定罪【vt 】condemn(if you condemn something, you say it is very bad and unacceptable)

13. 意见,主张,立场,观点【n 】pinion=perspective, standpoint(means looking at an event or situation in a particular way)

14. 声望;名声,名誉【n 】fame=prestige(describe those who are a dmired), reputation

15. 建筑,建立【v 】build=erect(you can erect something as buildi ngs, FORMAL), establish

16. 侮辱;辱骂;损害【v 】insult=humiliate(do something or say so mething which makes people feel ashamed or stupid)

17. 抱怨【v 】complain=grumble (complain something in a bad-te mpered way)

18. 初级的,根本的【adj 】 primary=radical (very important and gre at in degree), fundamental

19. 减轻,解围【vt 】relieve=alleviate (alleviate means you make p ain or sufferings less intense or severe)

20. 强迫,迫使【v 】force=coerces into(coerce means you make so meone do something s/he does not want to),compel

21. 扩大,放大【v 】enlarge=magnify(magnify means make somethi ng larger than it really is)

22. 复杂的【adj 】complex=intricate(if something is intricate, it oft en has many small parts and details)

23. 孤独的【adj 】 Lonely=solitary (if someone is solitary, there is no one near him/her)

24. 小的,微小的【adj 】 small=minuscule(very small), minute,

25. 称赞,赞扬【v 】praise=extol(stronger than praise), compliment (polite and political)

26. 刻苦的,努力的【adj 】 hard-working=assiduous(someone who i s assiduous works hard or does things very thoroughly

27. 困难的,费力的【adj 】 difficult=arduous (if something is arduo us, it is difficult and tiring, and involves a lot of efforts)

28. 贫瘠的【adj 】poor(soil)=barren, infertile(used to describe the soil is so poor that plants cannot be planted on it)

29. 脆弱的,易碎的【adj 】fragile=brittle, vulnerable(someone who is vulnerable is easily hurt emotionally or physically)

30. 证明,显示【v 】show=demonstrate (to demonstrate a fact me ans tp make it clear to people.)

31. 巨大的,大量的【adj 】big=massive(large in size, quantity, or e xtent), colossal(use this word, you emphasize something’s large), tremendous(INFORMAL)

32. 避开,避免【v 】 avoid=shun(if someone shuns something, s/he deliberately avoid that something or keep away from it.)

33. 公平的,公正的【adj 】 fair=impartial(someone who is impartial is able to give a fair opinion or decision on something.)

34. 攻击,袭击【v 】attack=assault (physically attack someone), as sail (attack violently

35. 厌恶,不喜欢【v 】dislike=abhor(abhor means you hate somet hing to a extreme extent for moral reasons), loathe(dislike very much)!

36. 毁坏,毁灭【v 】ruin=devastate (it means damage something very badly, or utterly destroy it.)

39. 不变的,总是【adv 】always=invariably(the same as always, bu t better than always)

40. 永远的,,不变的,不断的【adj 】 forever=perpetual(a perpetual state never changes), immutable(something immutable will never change or be changed)

41. 惊奇,惊骇【v 】surprise=startle(it means surprise you slightly), astound(surprise you to a large degree),astonish(the same as as tound)

42. 热心,热诚【n 】 enthusiasm=zeal (a great enthusiasm), ferven cy (sincere and enthusiasm)

43. 安静的,平静的【adj 】quiet=tranquil(calm and peaceful), seren e(calm and quiet)!

44. 贵的,价格高的【adj 】 expensive=exorbitant(it means too expe

nsive that it should be)

45. 奢侈的,丰富的【adj 】luxurious=lavish(impressive and very ex pensive), sumptuous(grand and very expensive

46. boring=tedious(if you describe something tedious, you mean i t is boring and frustrating)

47. respect=esteem(if you esteem someone, you respect and ad mire him/her. FORMAL)

48. worry=fret(if you fret about something, you worry about it)

49. cold=chilly(unpleasantly cold), icy(extremely cold)

50. hot=boiling(very hot)

51. dangerous=perilous(very dangerous, hazardous(dangerous, esp ecially to people's safety and health)

52. nowadays=currently

53. only=unique(the only one of its kind), distinctive;

54. stop=cease(if something ceases, it stops happening or existin g)

55. part=component(the components of something are the parts that it is made of)( h

56. result=consequence(the results or effects of something)

57. obvious=apparent, manifest

58. basedon=derived fromcan see or notice them very easily)

60. quite=fairly

61. pathetic=lamentable(very uncomfortable and disappointing)

62. field=domain(a particular field of thought, activities or interest)

63. appear=emerge(come into existence)

64. whole=entire(the whole of something)8

65. wet=moist(slightly wet), damp(slightly wet), humid(very damp and hot)!

66. wrong=erroneous(incorrect or partly correct)

67. difficult=formidable

68. change=convert(change into another form)

69. typical=quintessential(this word means represent a typical exa mple of something)

70. careful=cautious(very careful in order to avoid danger), prude nt(careful and sensible)

71. ability=capacity, capability(the same as ability)

72. strange=eccentric(if some one is eccentric, s/he behaves in a strange way, or his/her opinion is different from most people)

73. rich=affluent(if you are affluent, you have a lot of money)

74. use= utilize (the same as use)

75. dubious=skeptical(if you are skeptical about something, you h ave doubts on it.)

76. satisfy=gratify (if you are gratified by something, it gives you pleasure and satisfaction)

77. short=fleeting, ephemeral(if something is ephemeral, it lasts a short time)

78. scholarship=fellowship

79. angry=enraged(extremely angry)

80. smelly=malodorous(used to describe an unpleasant smell)

81. ugly=hideous(if something is hideous, it is very ugly or unatt ractive)#

82. attractive=appealing(pleasing and attractive), absorbing(something absorbing can attract you a great deal)

83. diverse=miscellaneous(a miscellaneous groups consists of man y different kinds of things)

84. disorder=disarray, chaos

85. crazily=frantically(used to describe someone who behaves in a wild and uncontrolled way)

86. rapid=meteoric(ATTENTION: meteoric is only used to describe someone achieves success quickly)

87. ordinary=mundane(very ordinary and not at interesting or un usual)

88. despite=notwithstanding(FORMAL)

89. best=optimal(used to describe the best level something can a chieve)/

90. sharp=acute(severe and intense)

91. unbelievable=inconceivable(ifyou deem something inconceivabl e, you think it very unlike to happen ^

92. puzzle=perplex(something perplex someone means it confuses and worries him/her because he/she does not understand it)

93. method=avenue(away of getting something done)

94. famous=distinguished(used to describe people who are succes sful in their career)

95. ancient=archaic(extremely old and extremely old-fashioned)

96. decorate=embellish(embellish means make something look mo re attractive via decorating it with something else)/

97. possible=feasible(if something is feasible, it can be done, ma de or achieved)

98. so=consequently, accordingly

99. rare=infrequent (doesn’t happen often

100. greedy=rapacious(greedy and selfish)