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显示单词:abdicate
查询单词:abdicate
单词标记:202203015024
单词书名:超纲词
单元名:Unit 01
音标:[ˈæbdɪkeɪt]
美音:[音频]
英音:[音频]
原书释义与例句:【词性】❶v. ①退位,逊位;失(职),放弃(职责)
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词汇分级:abdicateTEM8GRESATGMAT
真题词频:abdicateR1T0X0W0
真题例句:? ①King Juan Carlos of Spain once insisted“kings don’t abdicate, they die in their sleep? ①西班牙国王胡安·卡洛斯曾经坚持“国王不退位,他们在睡梦中死去”2015【阅读】
单词释义比例:abdicate[ˈæbdɪkeɪt]abdicated, abdicating, abdicates[图片][图片][图片][图片][图片][图片][图片][图片][图片][图片][图片][图片][图片]TEM8GREv2019040793378669122VERB250627457Spoken:21733430退位(60%),辞职(23%),让位(13%),正式放弃(4%)vt.退位;放弃vi.退位;放弃
词根词缀词典:推荐:ab-离开 + dic-说, 命令 + -ate, 表动词 → 不再命令 → 退位。
词根词缀同源词:abdicate v 放弃,退位(ab 离开+dic 说,命令+ ate=不再命令=退位)dict, dic=say, assert 说话,断言dictate v 口授,命令,听写(dict+ate 说话=口授,命令)dictator n 发命令者,独裁者(dictate+or=发命令者)diction n 措词,词语的选择(dict+ion=说话状态=措词)dictionary n 字典(diction+ary=措词的书=字典)dictum n 格言,断言(dict+um=说[出]的话=格言)benediction n 祝福(bene 好+dict 说+ion=说好话)malediction n 恶言,诅咒(male 坏+dict+ion=说坏话)contradict n 反驳,否认(contra 反+dict=反说=反驳)contradictory a 矛盾的,对立的(contradict 反驳+ory)edict n 法令,布告(e 出+dict 说=说出=布告 法令)jurisdiction n 司法权(juris 司法+dict+ion=说法律的=司法权)predict v 预言,预告(pre 预先+dict)prediction n 预言,预告(predict+ion)indict v 起诉,控诉(in 进去+dict=进去说=起诉)indictment n 起诉,控诉(indict+ment)dedicate v 献身于,致力于(de 加强+dic 说+ate=再说=努力献身)indicate v 指示,表示(in 进入+dicate=说进去=指示,指明)vindicate v 辩护,拥护(vin 力量+dic 说+ate=用力量说=拥护)vindictive a 有报复心的(vin 力量+dict 说+ive)addict v 耽溺,上瘾(ad 一再+dict 说=说了还说=耽溺)addiction n 耽溺,嗜好(addict+ion)interdict v 禁止 n 禁令(inter 在中间+ dict=在中间说,不让做=禁止)valediction n 告别赠言(vale 再见+dict +ion=说再见)verdict n 裁判,判决(ver 真实+dict=说真实话=裁决)predicate v 断定,认定(pre+dic+ate=预先说=断定)predication n 认定,断定(predicate+ion)predicament n 困境,险境(pre 预先+dica 命令+ment=预先命令做=进入危境)indite v 撰写,写作(in 进入dite[=dict]=说进去=写进,写作)
李蒋助记:
Oxford:ab·di·cate /ˈæbdɪkeɪt[图片]; NAmEˈæbdɪkeɪt[图片]/ verb 1. [I, T] to give up the position of being king or queen 退位;逊位He abdicated in favour of his son. 他把王位让给了儿子。 abdicate~ sthShe was forced to abdicate the throne of Spain. 她被迫让出西班牙的王位。2. [T] ~ responsibility/your responsibilities to fail or refuse to perform a duty 失职;放弃职责 ▸ ab·di·ca·tion abdication abdications /ˌæbdɪˈkeɪʃn[图片]; NAmEˌæbdɪˈkeɪʃn[图片]/ noun [U, C] abdicate abdicates abdicated abdicating
LDOCE:abdicateWord family  adjectiveabdicableabdicantnounabdicationabdicatorverbabdicate Related topics: Sociologyab·di·cate /ˈæbdɪkeɪt/ verb [intransitiveI, transitiveT]  1  SSto give up the position of being king or queen 放弃〔王位〕;退(位),让(位) King Alfonso XIII abdicated in favour of his eldest son. 国王阿方索十三世把王位让给了长子。 The king was forced to abdicate the throne. 国王被迫退位。2  abdicate (your) responsibility formalRESPONSIBLE to refuse to be responsible for something, when you should be or were before 推卸责任,放弃责任 The government has largely abdicated its responsibility in dealing with housing needs. 政府在很大程度上推卸了解决住房需求的责任。Examples from the Corpusabdicate (your) responsibility• By invoking testosterone a man can abdicate responsibility for his own behaviour. —abdication /ˌæbdɪˈkeɪʃən/ noun [countableC, uncountableU]Examples from the Corpusabdicate• By the end of the year he had abdicated.• President Kennedy assured Wallace that federal troops would be used only if the state abdicated its responsibilities.• Opponents also cite the city government as an example of where elected officials have abdicated their power to the appointed staff.• This is not a reason why district ethics committees should yield to pressure to abdicate their responsibilities to local citizens.• When governments abdicate this steering responsibility, disaster often follows.• Edward reportedly surrendered and abdicated, whereupon the estates renounced their homage to him and then returned to inform parliament.Origin abdicate (1500-1600) Latin past participle of abdicare, from ab- “away, off” + dicare “to say publicly”ab·di·cate verbChineseSyllableCorpus  
Collins: abdicate æbdɪkeɪt  ˈæbdɪˌkeɪt  Word forms: 3rd person singular present tense abdicates, present participle abdicating, past tense , past participle abdicated 1 VERB 退位;逊位 If a king or queen abdicates, he or she gives up being king or queen. 退位;逊位 [Also VERB n] The last French king was Louis Philippe, who abdicated in 1848. [VERB] 法国末代国王是1848年逊位的路易·菲力普。 SYN resign, retire, quit, step down [informal] abdication ...the most serious royal crisis since the abdication of Edward VIII. 自爱德华八世退位以来最为严重的皇室危机 2 VERB 放弃(责任);失(职) If you say that someone has abdicated responsibility for something, you disapprove of them because they have refused to accept responsibility for it any longer. 放弃(责任);失(职) [formal, disapproval] Many parents simply abdicate all responsibility for their children. [VERB noun] 许多父母对孩子简直是完全撒手不管。 SYN renounce, give up, abandon, surrender abdication There had been a complete abdication of responsibility. 曾经一度完全无人负责。 Trends of abdicateView usage for:All yearsLast 10 yearsLast 50 yearsLast 100 yearsLast 300 years
CALD: abdicateverbuk/ˈæb.dɪ.keɪt/ us/ˈæb.də.keɪt/ abdicate verb KING/QUEEN [ I or T ] If a king or queen abdicates, he or she makes a formal statement that he or she no longer wants to be king or queen.逊位;退(位),让(位),正式放弃(王位) King Edward VIII abdicated (the British throne) in 1936.英王爱德华八世在1936年退位(放弃英国王位)。 abdicate verb NOT DO abdicate responsibility formal disapproving to stop controlling or managing something that you are in charge of放弃职责 She abdicated all responsibility for the project.她放弃了有关该项目的所有职责。
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单词书名:超纲词
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音标:[ˈæbsəlu:tli]
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原书释义与例句:【词性】❶adv. ①完全地;确实地;绝对地
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词汇分级:absolutelyTEM4TEM8IELTSTOEFL
真题词频:absolutelyR1T0X0W0
真题例句:”②But even if you accept Friedman’s premise and regard corporate social responsibility (CSR) policies as a waste of shareholders’ money, things may not be absolutely clear-cut”②但即使你接受弗里德曼的前提,把企业社会责任(CSR)政策看成是浪费股东的钱,事情也可能不是绝对明确的2016【阅读】 ”②But even if you accept Friedman’s premise and regard corporate social responsibility (CSR) policies as a waste of shareholders’ money, things may not be absolutely clear-cut”②但即使你接受弗里德曼的前提,把企业社会责任(CSR)政策看成是浪费股东的钱,事情也可能不是绝对明确的2016【阅读】
单词释义比例:absolutely[ˈæbsəlu:tli][图片][图片][图片][图片][图片][图片][图片][图片][图片][图片][图片][图片][图片][图片][图片]CET4CET6TEM4TOEFLr115040350269974143376638211623ADV14361027635Spoken:90260043完全地(62%),绝对地(38%)adv.绝对地;完全地
词根词缀词典:推荐:absolute【绝对的】 + -ly, 表副词 → 决不松开 → 绝对地,是单词absolute 派生的副词。
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李蒋助记:
Oxford:ab·so·lute·ly /ˈæbsəluːtli[图片]; NAmEˈæbsəluːtli[图片]/ adv. 1. used to emphasize that sth is completely true (强调真实无误)绝对地,完全地You're absolutely right. 你完全正确。He made it absolutely clear. 他把此事讲得一清二楚。2. absolutely no …, absolutely nothing used to emphasize sth negative 绝对不;完全没有She did absolutely no work. 她一点活儿也没有干。There's absolutely nothing more the doctors can do. 医生的确再也无计可施了。3. used with adjectives or verbs that express strong feelings or extreme qualities to mean ‘extremely’ 极其I was absolutely furious with him. 我被他气死了。She absolutely adores you. 她极为崇拜你。He's an absolutely brilliant cook. 他的厨艺精湛至极。4. /ˌæbsəˈluːtli[图片]; NAmEˌæbsəˈluːtli[图片]/ used to emphasize that you agree with sb, or to give sb permission to do sth (强调同意或允许)当然,对极了‘They could have told us, couldn't they?’ ‘Absolutely!’ “他们本来可以告诉我们的,不是吗?” “当然!”‘Can we leave a little early?’ ‘Absolutely!’ “我们可以早一点离开吗?” “完全可以!”5. absolutely not used to emphasize that you strongly disagree with sb, or to refuse permission (强调很不同意或不允许)当然不,绝对不行‘Was it any good?’ ‘No, absolutely not.’ “那有什么好处吗?” “绝对没有。”
LDOCE:absolutelyWord family  adverbabsolutelynounabsolutenessabsolutionabsolutismabsolutistabsolute majorityabsolute zeroadjectiveabsolutoryabsolute ldoce_700_zab·so·lute·ly /ˈæbsəluːtli, ˌæbsəˈluːtli/ ●●● S1 W3 adverbadv  1  completely and in every way 完全地;绝对地 He made his reasons for resigning absolutely clear. 他把辞职的理由讲得一清二楚。 Are you absolutely sure? 你绝对肯定吗? This cake is absolutely delicious. 这蛋糕好吃极了。2  used to emphasize something 确确实实地,绝对〔用于强调〕 The burglars took absolutely everything. 盗贼偷走了所有的东西。 Jim knew absolutely nothing about the business when he joined the firm. 吉姆加入公司时对这个行业一窍不通。 He has absolutely no experience of marketing. 他毫无营销经验。3  absolutely not! spoken used when you strongly disagree with someone or when you do not want someone to do something 绝对不行! 当然不! ‘Do you let your kids travel alone at night?’ ‘Absolutely not!’ “你会让孩子们晚上单独外出吗?”“当然不行!”n4. → absolutely!5 FREQUENCY 使用频率[图片]Examples from the Corpusabsolutely• The ride was absolutely amazing.• The statistics prove that absolutely, and everybody except the hon. Lady knows it.• That's an absolutely brilliant idea.• He was absolutely dire and as thick as a brick.• By the end of the day, I was absolutely exhausted.• When they came in from the yard, they were absolutely filthy.• The emotional attachment for audiences is the relationship between Flynt and Althea, and she is absolutely instrumental at that.• We had an absolutely marvellous day.• Don't call me unless it's absolutely necessary.• These grow naturally as a single, vertical stem and need absolutely no pruning.• A small part of the Large Cloud of Magellan extends into Mensa, but otherwise there is absolutely nothing here of interest.• Science is an edifice founded absolutely on good faith.• You're absolutely right - we can't all fit in one car.• The costumes were absolutely stunning.• Are you absolutely sure you don't mind?• She stood in the middle of the stage looking absolutely terrified.• It's absolutely the best museum in the country.absolutely nothing• Stacy knew absolutely nothing about the business when she started.• There are no restraints, no pressures and time means absolutely nothing at all.• It does absolutely nothing for the child with potential.• I had heard the name Eliot, but had read absolutely nothing of his.• I felt I had absolutely nothing of use to give or to share.• The pursuit of goodness has become pathological, and there is absolutely nothing that should or can take its place.• It would seem to leave the Star city editor with absolutely nothing to do, an empty suit with an empty schedule.• I formed the opinion that there was absolutely nothing undesirable in the case.• Unfortunately, there is absolutely nothing you can do about it. 8 August August was really the cruellest month in Manhattan.absolutely!spoken used to say that you completely agree with someone 正是! 当然!ab·so·lute·ly adverbadv →5 FREQUENCY1absolutely!LDOCE OnlineChineseSyllableCorpus  
Collins: absolutely æbsəluːtli  ˌæbsəˈluːtlɪ  ˈæbsəˌlutli  ˌ æbsəˈlutli  1 ADV [usually ADVERB adjective/adverb, oft ADVERB with verb] 完全地;彻底地 Absolutely means totally and completely. 完全地;彻底地 [emphasis] Jill is absolutely right. 吉尔完全正确。 I absolutely refuse to get married. 我决不结婚。 There is absolutely no difference! 这绝对没有任何不同! SYN completely, totally, perfectly, quite 2 ADV (用于强调)确实地,绝对地 Some people say absolutely as an emphatic way of saying yes or of agreeing with someone. They say absolutely not as an emphatic way of saying no or of disagreeing with someone. (用于强调)确实地,绝对地 [emphasis] 'It's worrying, isn't it?' – 'Absolutely.'. “这让人担忧,不是吗?”—“确实是。” 'Did they approach you?' – 'No, absolutely not.' “他们找过你了吗?”—“没有,绝对没有。” SYN definitely, surely, certainly, clearly Trends of absolutelyView usage for:All yearsLast 10 yearsLast 50 yearsLast 100 yearsLast 300 years
CALD: absolutelyadverbuk/ˌæb.səˈluːt.li/ us/ˌæb.səˈluːt.li/ B1 completely完全地;绝对地 I believed/trusted him absolutely.我绝对相信/信任他。 You must be absolutely silent or the birds won't appear.你必须绝对安静,不然鸟儿就不会飞出来。 We've achieved absolutely nothing today.我们今天真是一事无成。B1 used for adding force to a strong adjective that is not usually used with "very" or to a verb expressing strong emotion(用在通常不和 very 连用的形容词前或表示强烈感情的动词前,以加强语气)确实地;绝对地;极其 It's absolutely impossible to work with all this noise.噪音这么大,根本没法工作。 The food was absolutely disgusting/delicious.这食物实在是难以下咽/美味无比。 I absolutely loathe/adore jazz.我对爵士乐讨厌得要死/喜欢得要命。B2 used as a strong way of saying "yes"(表示强烈赞同)一点不错,完全对 "It was an excellent film, though." "Absolutely!"“不过这部电影棒极了。”“完全同意!”absolutely notC2 used as a strong way of saying "no"(表示强烈反对)当然不是,绝对不行 "Are you too tired to continue?" "Absolutely not!"“你是不是太累了,无法继续下去了?”“当然不是!”More examplesThe hotel we stayed in was absolutely superb.That meeting achieved absolutely nothing - it was a complete waste of time.My sister absolutely loves chocolate.The decorations that the children had made were absolutely beautiful.This case is absolutely full - I can't fit another thing into it.
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原书释义与例句:【词性】❶n. ①专制政体;(尤指被认为错误的)绝对主义,绝对论
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真题词频:absolutistR1T0X0W0
真题例句:③But unlike their absolutist counterparts in the Gulf and Asia, most royal families have survived because they allow voters to avoid the difficult search for a non-controversial but respected public figure③但与海湾和亚洲的绝对主义同行不同,大多数王室幸存下来是因为他们允许选民避免艰难地寻找一个没有争议但受人尊敬的公众人物2015【阅读】
单词释义比例:absolutist['æbsəlu:tɪst][图片][图片][图片][图片]n232213302975026218NOUN370322512绝对论者(37%),专制主义者(27%),专制政治论者(18%),绝对论的(9%),专制主义的(9%)n.绝对论者;专制主义者
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李蒋助记:
Oxford: ab·so·lut·ist /ˈæbsəluːtɪst[图片]; NAmEˈæbsəluːtɪst[图片]/ noun, adj. See 见词条 <= absolutism
LDOCE:absolutismWord family  adverbabsolutelynounabsolutenessabsolutionabsolutismabsolutistabsolute majorityabsolute zeroadjectiveabsolutoryabsolute Related topics: Governmentab·so·lut·is·m /ˈæbsəluːtɪzəm/ noun [uncountableU]  PGa political system in which a ruler has complete power and authority 专制主义(制度),独裁政治Examples from the Corpusabsolutism• The state bureaucracies created by eighteenth-century absolutism signified the arrival of a universal class pursuing a universal interest.• The result would, at best, have been clerical absolutism, at worst, Communist takeover or civil war.• The tendency to ethnic absolutism and the one-party residue have reinforced one another in the Yugoslav successor states.• But we do all recognise that without that balance, in certain instances, absolutism can easily spill over into extremism.• Few today would hold any brief for a theory, such as Bodin's, serving to justify absolutism.• By paving the way for a national free market, absolutism fostered capitalism.• Since the 1960s there has been a marked shift from moral absolutism to relativism.• Some of the absolutism of the early days of social investing seems to have given way to a new pragmatic activism.ab·so·lut·is·m nounChineseSyllableCorpus  
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原书释义与例句:【词性】❶n. ①学术界
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真题词频:academiaR0T0X1W0
真题例句:As of 2005, there were almost half a million professional social scientists from all fields in the world, working both inside and outside academia截至 2005 年,全世界有近 100 万名来自各个领域的专业社会科学家,在学术界内外工作2013【新题型】
单词释义比例:academia[ˌækəˈdi:miə][图片][图片][图片][图片][图片][图片][图片][图片][图片][图片][图片][图片]n11570136110077254241689NOUN1104845045Spoken:24379357名词(100%)n.学术界;学术生涯
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Oxford:aca·demia AW /ˌækəˈdiːmiə[图片]; NAmEˌækəˈdiːmiə[图片]/ (also formal or humorous aca·deme /ˈækədiːm[图片]; NAmEˈækədiːm[图片]/) noun [U] the world of learning, teaching, research, etc. at universities, and the people involved in it 学术界
LDOCE:academiaWord family  noun academy academia academic academe academician adjective academic ≠ unacademic adverb academically  Related topics: Collegeac·a·de·mi·a /ˌækəˈdiːmiə/ noun [uncountableU]  SECthe activities and work done at universities and colleges, or the teachers and students involved in it 学术;学术界Examples from the Corpusacademia• Business, government, and academia must work together and provide each participant with one-on-one contact and support.• In the 1950s, in one fashion or another, academia suddenly looked important.• The workshop was attended by 25 participants from academia and industry.• Thirty years later, I am in academia myself and realize now that people are moved out of Department Chair positions regularly.• Her exact literary status continues to be debated in academia.• This is part of the Government's strategy to improve conditions for researchers in academia.• The techniques of the coffee table brigade were seeping through into academia, which was no bad thing.• Their classmates and the parents of those classmates are alarmed to see the quality of academia lowered.Origin academia (1900-2000) Modern Latin Latin; → ACADEMYac·a·de·mi·a nounChineseSyllableCorpus  
Collins: academia ækədiːmiə  ˌækəˈdimiə  ˌækəˈdeɪmiə  N-UNCOUNT (某一国家或地区的)学术界 Academia refers to all the academics in a particular country or region, the institutions they work in, and their work. (某一国家或地区的)学术界 ...the importance of strong links between industry and academia. 工业界和学术界间紧密联系的重要性 SYN academic life, learning, scholarship, academe [literary] Trends of academiaView usage for:All yearsLast 10 yearsLast 50 yearsLast 100 yearsLast 300 years
CALD: academianoun [ U ]uk/ˌæk.əˈdiː.mi.ə/ us/ˌæk.əˈdiː.mi.ə/ the part of society, especially universities, that is connected with studying and thinking, or the activity or job of studying(尤指大学)学术界;学术活动;学术工作 A graduate of law, he had spent his life in academia.他大学主修法律,后来把毕生精力都倾注在学术研究上。
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原书释义与例句:【词性】❶n. ①易接近,可到达;学习资料利用率;可及性,可达性,可接入性
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真题例句:③Orin Kerr, a law professor, compares the explosion and accessibility of digital information in the 21st century with the establishment of automobile use as a virtual necessity of life in the 20th: The justices had to specify novel rules for the new personal domain of the passenger car then; they must sort out how the Fourth Amendment applies to digital information now③法学教授奥林·克尔 (Orin Kerr) 将 21 世纪数字信息的爆炸性和可访问性与 20 世纪汽车使用确立为一种虚拟的生活必需品进行了比较:法官必须为乘客的新个人领域制定新规则汽车然后;?他们现在必须弄清楚第四修正案如何适用于数字信息2015【阅读】
单词释义比例:accessibility[əkˌsesə'bɪlətɪ][图片][图片][图片][图片]TOEFLn10660158310615318236908NOUN6057135553易接近(64%),可以得到(36%)n.易接近;可亲;可以得到
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Oxford: ac·ces·si·bil·ity AW /əkˌsesəˈbɪləti[图片]; NAmEəkˌsesəˈbɪləti[图片]/ noun [U] See 见词条 <= accessible
LDOCE:accessibleWord family  noun access accessibility ≠ inaccessibility accessaryaccessionaccess courseaccess roadaccess timeadjective accessible ≠ inaccessible accessorialaccessoryverb access accessorizeadverb accessibly ≠ inaccessibly accessorily ac·ces·si·ble /əkˈsesəbəl/ ●○○ AWL adjectiveadj  1  REACHa place, building, or object that is accessible is easy to reach or get into 易到达的;易进入的 OPP inaccessible The island is only accessible by boat. 这个岛只有坐船才能到。 There is a church which is easily accessible from my home. 有座教堂离我家很近。2  AVAILABLEeasy to obtain or use 易得到的;易使用的accessible to the need for a health service that is accessible to all 建立全民共享的医疗服务体系的需求easily/readily accessible Computers should be made readily accessible to teachers and pupils. 应当让老师和学生可以随时使用电脑。3  AVAILABLEsomeone who is accessible is easy to meet and talk to, even if they are very important or powerful 易接近的,随和的,平易近人的 SYN approachable I think that you’ll find she’s very accessible. 我想你会发现她十分平易近人。4  UNDERSTANDa book, poem, painting etc that is accessible is easy to understand and enjoy 〔书、诗、画等〕易懂的accessible to He wants his music to be accessible to everyone. 他希望自己的音乐人人都能欣赏。 —accessibly adverbadv —accessibility /əkˌsesəˈbɪləti/ noun [uncountableU]Examples from the Corpusaccessible• Resorts and private residences remain accessible.• The contents page of the journal will always be freely accessible.• I don't find James Joyce's writing very accessible.• Penn's artwork has gradually become more accessible.• Griffey's fans say that he is very accessible and down-to-earth.• The new office will be twice as large and just as accessible as the old one, she said.• Because of the snow, many parts of the countryside are only accessible by helicopter.• In a fashion context, unapproachable or intimidating artwork becomes accessible, even whimsical.• We chose to live in this area because both New York and Boston are easily accessible from here.• All of the ski resorts are accessible from the hotel via free public transportation.• Philip Glass has produced something very rare -- an accessible modern opera.• But the largest camp, Zwi-Hamussit, is accessible only by air.• The Office has stopped subsidising one-day energy surveys for industry and commerce and there is little accessible public information.• Acid cleaners are accessible to and are used only by senior supervisors.• Near vision tasks need to be presented in a way that ensures that materials can be easily accessible to handle.• He was specifically asked to write a play that would be accessible to the local community.• The banks of the River Holbeck are easily accessible to walkers and anglers.easily accessible• Now there is a lot to do year-round, and all of it is easily accessible.• They are easily accessible and hidden from view.• Never fear, it is a huge and easily accessible boot and has swallowed all a family of four needs.• The National Institute on Drug Abuse has estimated that 1,000 teens die annually by breathing fumes from easily accessible products.• To do this, we need an easily accessible source of volatile materials.• The Shoctector has an easily accessible Test/Reset button to give you additional peace of mind each time you use it.• Near vision tasks need to be presented in a way that ensures that materials can be easily accessible to handle.• Stax in Memphis was initially white-owned, easily accessible to outsiders, filled with leaders of all kinds.accessible to• Healthcare should be made accessible to everyone.ac·ces·si·ble adjectiveadjChineseSyllableCorpus  
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原书释义与例句:【词性】❶n. ①可说明性;应作解释;应负责任;管理责任;会计责任
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词汇分级:accountabilityCET4CET6GRE
真题词频:accountabilityR1T0X0W0
真题例句:⑤Words degraded to the margin have been justice, fairness, tolerance, proportionality and accountability⑤贬义词是正义、公平、宽容、相称和问责2015【阅读】
单词释义比例:accountability[əˌkaʊntə'bɪlətɪ][图片][图片][图片][图片][图片]GREn484459559396874911623037NOUN5519158648Spoken:17129634有责任(80%),有义务(20%)n.有义务;有责任;可说明性
词根词缀词典:推荐:account【解释】 + -ability能力。
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Oxford: ac·count·abil·ity /əˌkaʊntəˈbɪləti[图片]; NAmEəˌkaʊntəˈbɪləti[图片]/ noun [U] (formal) the accountability of a company's directors to the shareholders 公司董事向股东所负之责See 见词条 <= accountable
LDOCE:accountableWord family  nounaccountabilityaccountablenessaccountancyaccountantaccountantshipaccountingadjectiveaccountableadverbaccountablyverbaccount ac·count·a·ble /əˈkaʊntəbəl/ ●○○ adjectiveadj [not before noun]  RESPONSIBLEresponsible for the effects of your actions and willing to explain or be criticized for them 负有责任的accountable to The government should be accountable to all the people of the country. 政府应当对全体国民负责。accountable for Managers must be accountable for their decisions. 管理人员必须对自己作出的决定负责。 The hospital should be held accountable for the quality of care it gives. 医院应当对医护质量负责。 —accountability /əˌkaʊntəˈbɪləti/ noun [uncountableU]Examples from the Corpusaccountable• An increase in transfer of power from the state to local government would also make institutions more accountable.• Their living conditions are getting worse year by year, politicians are corrupt, often are not held accountable.• It will all without question make the schools and LEAs more accountable, at least in terms of pupil performance, to parents and public.• And they will be held accountable for doing so.• The major resource users, doctors, were not held accountable for spending taxpayers' money.• How can doctors be made more accountable for the resources they use and what kind of incentives are appropriate?• But I know that you fellows hold me accountable for what I write and what I say.• His remedy, modest given his rhetoric, is that professors should be held more accountable for what they do.accountable to• Corporate management is accountable to the company's shareholders.ac·count·a·ble adjectiveadjChineseSyllableCorpus  
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原书释义与例句:【词性】❶n. ①控告,起诉,告发;谴责
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词汇分级:accusationCET4CET6TEM4TEM8SAT
真题词频:accusationR1T0X0W0
真题例句:[A] accusation [B] enthusiasm [C] indifference [D] tolerance 24[A] 指责 [B] 热情 [C] 冷漠 [D] 宽容 242013【阅读】
单词释义比例:accusation[ˌækjuˈzeɪʃn][图片][图片][图片][图片][图片][图片][图片][图片][图片][图片][图片][图片]CET6TEM4TOEFLn4917544415257447301476969NOUN760490089Spoken:38687222accusations[4199]指控(68%),控告(29%),非难(3%)n.控告,指控;谴责
词根词缀词典:推荐:accuse【指责】 + -ation名词后缀,是单词accuse 派生的名词。
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Oxford:ac·cus·ation /ˌækjuˈzeɪʃn[图片]; NAmEˌækjuˈzeɪʃn[图片]/ noun [C, U] a statement saying that you think a person is guilty of doing sth wrong, especially of committing a crime; the fact of accusing sb 控告;起诉;告发;谴责I don't want to make an accusation until I have some proof. 我要有一些证据以后才提出控告。There was a hint of accusation in her voice. 她的语气暗含谴责。 accusation~ of sthaccusations of corruption/cruelty/racism 对贪污腐化/残暴行为/种族主义的控告 accusation~ against sbNo one believed her wild accusations against her husband. 无人相信她对丈夫的无端指责。 accusation~ that … He denied the accusation that he had ignored the problems. 他否认别人说他忽视这些问题的指控。accusation accusations
LDOCE:accusationWord family  noun accusation the accused accuser accusalaccusedaccusementadjective accusing accusableaccusativalaccusativeaccusatorialaccusatoryverb accuse adverb accusingly accusatively Related topics: Crimeac·cu·sa·tion /ˌækjəˈzeɪʃən/ ●○○ noun [countableC]  SCCACCUSEa statement saying that someone is guilty of a crime or of doing something wrong 控告,指控;指责accusation against A number of serious accusations have been made against her. 她受到了多项严重指控。 The main accusation levelled against him was that he tried to avoid military service. 对他提出的主要指控是他想逃避兵役。accusation of His administration now faces accusations of corruption. 他的政府正面临贪污腐败的指控。accusation that The organizers of the march strongly denied government accusations that they intended to cause trouble. 游行的组织者极力否认政府对他们企图闹事的指控。 Burton’s enemies had made false accusations against him. 伯顿的敌人对他提出不实的指责。 She’s made all sorts of wild accusations against me in the past. 她过去对我妄加指责,说了种种不是。 They fled the country, amid accusations of corruption. 在一片贪污腐败的指责声中,他们逃离了该国。n COLLOCATIONSverbsmake an accusationYou’ve made a lot of accusations but you haven’t got any evidence.bring an accusation against somebodyThe accusations against him were brought by two 18-year-old women.level an accusation against/at somebody (=bring an accusation against someone)As a result, some outrageous accusations were levelled at her.face an accusation (=have an accusation made about you)The police faced accusations of using excessive force.deny/dismiss an accusationThe government denied accusations of corruption.prove/support an accusationThere were very few facts to support the accusation against him.adjectivesseriousThese are very serious accusations indeed.falseThere were a lot of false accusations throughout the trial.unfounded/groundless (=not based on facts or reason)The accusation is totally unfounded.The embassy denied what it called groundless accusations about its involvement in the attack.outrageous (=shocking and extremely unfair )He was drunk and his accusations were becoming more and more outrageous.a wild accusation (=with no evidence to support it)She’s made all sorts of wild accusations about him, hasn’t she?bitter accusations (=angry)The dispute was marked by bitter accusations from both sides.repeated accusationsRepeated accusations of neglect were made against the authorities.renewed accusations (=made again, often in a more forceful way)The government faced renewed accusations of corruption.further accusationsThere were further accusations of incompetence.phrasesamid accusations of something (=surrounded by accusations)He fled the country amid accusations of fraud.n THESAURUSaccusation a statement saying that you believe someone is guilty of a crime or of doing something badThe army has faced accusations of racism.allegation a public statement accusing someone of doing something although it has not been provedHe denied allegations that he received a bribe.Police are investigating allegations of corruption.charge an official statement by the police accusing someone of a crime and saying that they must go to court, or a statement saying that someone has done something bad, made by anyoneHe appeared in court on a murder charge.She denied the charge that the article had been misleading. indictment law especially American EnglishAmE an official written statement accusing someone of a crime so that they will be judged under the American legal systemHe is under indictment for credit card fraud.Examples from the Corpusaccusation• This can make those rare beings quite boring - an accusation you could never level at Jack.• I still have the news clippings from that, arguments, accusations of censorship.• There have been accusations of racism in the Los Angeles Police Department.• Pickens has denied the bribery accusations.• He strongly denied accusations that Conservative policies had failed, leading to soaring crime figures.• A frequent accusation levelled against the nouveau roman and, indeed, both modernism and postmodernism is their apolitical nature.• College officials were said to be skeptical about her accusations.• You've made a lot of accusations but you haven't come up with any evidence to support them.• A number of accusations have been levelled against Hutchinson by his former colleagues.• Some accusations are not true or only partly true.• Aikman reportedly was incensed at the accusation and talked to several black players to see whether they had a problem with him.• A spokesman said the accusations against Mr Fallon would be investigated.• Journalists who repeated this accusation either had not read the Report, or were simply being malicious.• You shouldn't make any wild accusations if you're not absolutely sure that Wilkins stole the money.accusation levelled against• A frequent accusation levelled against the nouveau roman and, indeed, both modernism and postmodernism is their apolitical nature.• Excessive bureaucracy is one accusation levelled against the group by analysts.ac·cu·sa·tion noun →n COLLOCATIONS1 →n THESAURUS1LDOCE OnlineChineseSyllableCorpus  
Collins: accusation ækjʊzeɪʃən  ˌækjuˈzeɪʃən  ˌækjəˈseɪʃən  Word forms: plural accusations 1 N-VAR [oft NOUN that] 指控;控告;指责 If you make an accusation against someone, you criticize them or express the belief that they have done something wrong. 指控;控告;指责 Kim rejects accusations that Country music is over-sentimental. 对于乡村音乐过于感伤的指责,金表示反对。 Another accusation levelled at the Minister is that he does not understand ordinary people. 另一个矛头则直指部长不懂得体恤百姓。 She was surprised that he had no words of blame or accusation for her. 使她惊讶的是,他竟然没有对她说任何怪罪或指责的话。 2 N-COUNT [NOUN that] (尚未证实的被控告的)罪名,罪状 An accusation is a statement or claim by a witness or someone in authority that a particular person has committed a crime, although this has not yet been proved. (尚未证实的被控告的)罪名,罪状 ...people who have made public accusations of rape. [+ of] 公开指控强奸罪名的人们 The government denied the accusation that it was involved in the murders. 政府否认了参与谋杀案的指控。 SYN charge, complaint, allegation, indictment Trends of accusationView usage for:All yearsLast 10 yearsLast 50 yearsLast 100 yearsLast 300 years
CALD: accusationnoun [ C or U ]uk/ˌæk.jəˈzeɪ.ʃən/ us/ˌæk.jəˈzeɪ.ʃən/ C1 a statement saying that someone has done something morally wrong, illegal, or unkind, or the fact of accusing someone指控,控告;指责;谴责 You can't just make wild accusations like that!你不能那样胡乱指责人! He glared at me with an air of accusation.他瞪着我,一脸责备的样子。 [ + that ] What do you say to the accusation that you are unfriendly and unhelpful?别人指责你不友好、不乐于助人,对此你有什么可说的?More examplesThe accusation of elitism seems unfair as the festival presents a wide range of music, with something to please everyone.He felt a sense of incredulity, anger and pain at the accusation made against him.There isn't a shred of evidence to support her accusation.His response to the accusation was rapid.A spokesman for the Palace has denied the accusation.
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原书释义与例句:【词性】❶adj. ①有适应能力的,能适应的
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词汇分级:adaptableTEM4TEM8TOEFLGRE
真题词频:adaptableR1T0X0W0
真题例句:④Look up Homo sapiens in the“Red List”of threatened species of the International Union for the Conservation of Nature (IUCN), and you will read:“Listed as Least Concern as the species is very widely distributed, adaptable, currently increasing, and there are no major threats resulting in an overall population decline④在国际自然保护联盟(IUCN)濒危物种“红色名录”中查找智人,你会看到:“列为最不关心的物种,因为该物种分布非常广泛,适应性强,目前正在增加,并且没有导致总体人口下降的重大威胁2013【阅读】 ④Look up Homo sapiens in the“Red List”of threatened species of the International Union for the Conservation of Nature (IUCN), and you will read:“Listed as Least Concern as the species is very widely distributed, adaptable, currently increasing, and there are no major threats resulting in an overall population decline④在国际自然保护联盟(IUCN)濒危物种“红色名录”中查找智人,你会看到:“列为最不关心的物种,因为该物种分布非常广泛,适应性强,目前正在增加,并且没有导致总体人口下降的重大威胁2013【阅读】
单词释义比例:adaptable[əˈdæptəbl][图片][图片][图片][图片][图片][图片][图片][图片][图片][图片][图片][图片][图片]TEM4GRETOEFLj153657415258287106238ADJ1118843940Spoken:19620507适应性强的(42%),能适应的(35%),可改编的(23%)adj.适合的;能适应的;可修改的
词根词缀词典:推荐:adapt【适应】 + -able, 表形容词。
词根词缀同源词:adaptable 有适应能力的(adapt 适应+able 能…的)apt, ept=fit, ability 适应,能力apt 有倾向的,适当的aptitude 适应能力,才能(apt+itude 表示状态=有能力的状态)aptly 适当地(apt+ly)adapt 使适应,适应(环境)(ad 一再+apt=一再适应(环境))adaptable 有适应能力的(adapt 适应+able 能…的)adaptation 适应,(书)改写本(adapt+ation=适应=适应(各种人)的书=改写本)inapt 不适当的,无能的(in 无+apt 能力)adept 熟练的,老练的(ad+ept=有能力=熟练的)
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Oxford:adapt·able AW /əˈdæptəbl[图片]; NAmEəˈdæptəbl[图片]/ adj. (approving) able to change or be changed in order to deal successfully with new situations 有适应能力的;能适应的Older workers can be as adaptable and quick to learn as anyone else. 较年长的工人的适应能力和学习速度有时并不亚于其他任何人。Successful businesses are highly adaptable to economic change. 成功的企业对于经济转变的适应能力很强。 ▸ adapt·abil·ity AW /əˌdæptəˈbɪləti[图片]; NAmEəˌdæptəˈbɪləti[图片]/ noun [U]
LDOCE:adaptableWord family  noun adaptability adaptation adapter adaptor adaptablenessadaptionadaptivenessadjective adaptable adapted adaptativeadaptiveverb adapt adverbadaptively a·dapt·a·ble /əˈdæptəbəl/ AWL adjectiveadj [usually after noun]  CHANGE/BECOME DIFFERENTable to change in order to be successful in new and different situations 能适应的,适应性强的 The American Constitution has proved adaptable in changing political conditions. 事实证明美国宪法能适应政治形势的变化。adaptable to The catfish is adaptable to a wide range of water conditions. 鲶鱼能适应很多种水环境。 —adaptability /əˌdæptəˈbɪləti/ noun [uncountableU]Examples from the Corpusadaptable• They were charming women, well-bred, gentle, and very adaptable.• As already stated, a system whose parts vary in a more independent manner is more adaptable.• In this job you need to be adaptable and able to cope with unexpected situations.• I am good-humoured, adaptable and I can understand instructions.• Red deer are hardy, adaptable animals.• I'm not sure Ken's adaptable enough to take a job abroad.• Young children are highly adaptable -- I'm sure they won't mind moving to a different area.• This was a younger, more adaptable specimen; it succeeded where the older one had failed.• It was not a Rolls-Royce, but a practical working and adaptable system.• Children are often more adaptable than adults.• Professional markers are a superb sketching medium, adaptable to a great many styles and very fast to use.• A landmark endures because it is timeless, adaptable to the ever-changing needs of society.adaptable to• The aerobic workout is adaptable to various fitness levels.a·dapt·a·ble adjectiveadjChineseSyllableCorpus  
Collins: adaptable ədæptəbəl  əˈdæptəbəl  ADJ-GRADED 有适应能力的;能适应的;适应性强的 If you describe a person or animal as adaptable, you mean that they are able to change their ideas or behaviour in order to deal with new situations. 有适应能力的;能适应的;适应性强的 ...a more adaptable and skilled workforce. 一支适应能力及技能更强的劳动大军 They are adaptable foragers that learn to survive on a wide range of food sources. 它们是适应能力很强的觅食者,赖以生存的食物来源很广。 SYN flexible, variable, versatile, resilient adaptability The adaptability of wool is one of its great attractions. 用途广泛是羊毛最具吸引力的特点之一。 Trends of adaptableView usage for:All yearsLast 10 yearsLast 50 yearsLast 100 yearsLast 300 years
CALD: adaptableadjectiveuk/əˈdæp.tə.bəl/ us/əˈdæp.tə.bəl/ able or willing to change in order to suit different conditions有适应能力的,能适应的;适应性强的 The survivors in this life seem to be those who are adaptable to change.能在这种生活状态下幸存的人好像都是那些可以适应变化的人。
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原书释义与例句:【词性】❶adv. ①足够地;适当地
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词汇分级:adequatelyCET4CET6
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真题例句:[B] After you have clearly and adequately developed the body of your paper, pay particular attention to the introductory and concluding paragraphs[B] 在你清楚、充分地发展你的论文的主体之后,特别注意介绍和结束段落2008【新题型】 [A] adequately probe social and biological factors [B] effectively evade the flaws of the social cure [C] illustrate the functions of state funding [D] produce a long-lasting social effect 24[A] 充分探讨社会和生物因素 [B] 有效规避社会治愈的缺陷 [C] 说明国家资金的功能 [D] 产生持久的社会效应 242012【阅读】 [B] After you have clearly and adequately developed the body of your paper, pay particular attention to the introductory and concluding paragraphs[B] 在你清楚、充分地发展你的论文的主体之后,特别注意介绍和结束段落2008【新题型】 [A] adequately probe social and biological factors [B] effectively evade the flaws of the social cure [C] illustrate the functions of state funding [D] produce a long-lasting social effect 24[A] 充分探讨社会和生物因素 [B] 有效规避社会治愈的缺陷 [C] 说明国家资金的功能 [D] 产生持久的社会效应 242012【阅读】
单词释义比例:adequately['ædɪkwətlɪ][图片][图片][图片]r617039023811566294952241ADV742893866Spoken:17647603充分地(34%),足够地(33%),适当地(33%)adv.充分地;足够地;适当地
词根词缀词典:推荐:adequate【足够的】 + -ly副词后缀,是单词adequate 派生的副词。
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Oxford: adequately AW /ædɪkwətli[图片]; NAmEædɪkwətli[图片]/ adv. Are you adequately insured? 你买够保险了吗? OPP inadequately See 见词条 <= adequate
LDOCE:adequateWord family  noun adequacy ≠ inadequacy adequatenessadjective adequate ≠ inadequate adequativeadverb adequately ≠ inadequately  ad·e·quate /ˈædɪkwət/ ●●○ S3 W3 AWL adjectiveadj  1  ENOUGHenough in quantity or of a good enough quality for a particular purpose 足够的,充分的;合乎需要的 SYN sufficient OPP inadequate Farmers have been slow to make adequate provision for their retirement. 农民们迟迟没有为退休做好适当安排。 Some creams we tested failed to give adequate protection against UV light. 我们检测的有些防晒霜不能提供足够的防紫外线保护。 The standard of his work is barely adequate. 他的工作水准勉强合格。 The company has yet to provide an adequate explanation for its actions. 该公司对其行动仍未作出充分解释。adequate for Are the parking facilities adequate for 50 cars? 停车设施是否够50辆车停放?adequate to do something The lunchtime menu is more than adequate to satisfy the biggest appetite. 中午的菜给胃口最大的人吃都绰绰有余。► see thesaurus at enough2  GOOD ENOUGHfairly good but not excellent 尚可的,过得去的 → satisfactory Her performance was adequate but lacked originality. 她的表演还过得去,但缺乏独创性。► see thesaurus at satisfactory5 —adequately adv She wasn’t adequately insured.她买的保险不够。 —adequacy noun [uncountableU]Examples from the Corpusadequate• Now that we have extended the hall, those small electric heaters are no longer adequate.• Most people eat an adequate diet.• The heating system would only be adequate for a much smaller house.• There is often no provision made, or considered adequate for elderly relatives without causing gross inconvenience to all parties.• Hardin's campaign did not have adequate funds to broadcast any ads on television.• The retail business, which is essential for the maintenance of adequate market liquidity, declined after the 1987 stock market crash.• Yet, without a ground and adequate pitch, the sport was unlikely to flourish.• None of his workers received adequate safety training.• Make sure that the lighting is adequate so that your guests to see what they are eating.• She gives accounts of the long hours worked by women and the effort put into maintaining what were seen as adequate standards.• Nevertheless, it is still open to question whether these arrangements are an adequate substitute for parliamentary scrutiny.• Redman's performance was adequate, though it lacked originality.• The minerals in a normal diet will be adequate to replace any losses.• Employers must provide adequate training opportunities.• Winter may seem like the ideal time to do interior painting, but it requires adequate ventilation.adequate provision• There is a gross disparity between the size of the unemployment problem and the minuscule educational resources available to make adequate provision.• The Rules do contain adequate provisions for appeal by the person upon whom a notice is served.• Peace of mind, adequate provision for family and friends, and the knowledge that one's wishes will be carried out.• All major publicly-funded housing developments will make adequate provision for the less well off.• Management considers that adequate provision has been made for any liability which may arise in respect of the years 1981 to 1983.• The need for the adequate provision of permanent residential homes increases substantially as the mentally handicapped child grows up.Origin adequate (1500-1600) Latin past participle of adaequare “to make equal”, from ad- “to” + aequare “to equal”ad·e·quate adjectiveadjChineseSyllableCorpus  
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原书释义与例句:【词性】❶n. ①坚持;遵守,遵循
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词汇分级:adherenceCET6TEM4TEM8SATGMAT
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真题例句:[D] The nobility’s adherence to their privileges[D] 贵族对特权的坚持2015【阅读】
单词释义比例:adherence[ədˈhɪərəns][图片][图片][图片][图片][图片][图片][图片][图片][图片][图片][图片][图片]CET6TEM4n10203192766471901661458NOUN1037850818坚持(77%),粘附(19%),固守(4%)n.坚持;依附;忠诚
词根词缀词典:推荐:adhere【依附】 + -ence, 表名词。
词根词缀同源词:adherence n 粘附,坚持(adhere+ence)her, hes=stick 粘附adhere v 粘着,依附(ad 增加+here=粘上)adherence n 粘附,坚持(adhere+ence)adherent n 归依者,门徒(adhere+ent=粘着,坚持的人)adhesion n 粘着,坚持(ad+hes+ion)adhesive a 发粘的 n 胶带(ad+hes+ive)cohere v 粘着,连贯(co 共同+here=共同粘=连贯)coherent a 连贯的, 有条理的(cohere+ent)cohesion n 结合,凝聚力(co+hes+ion,cohere 的名词)inherent a 天赋的,生来的(in 里面+her+ent=天生[与身体内]连着=天赋的)hesitate v 踌躇,犹豫(hesit+ate 粘粘糊糊=犹豫)hereditary a 承袭的,世袭的,遗传的heritability n 可遗传性,遗传性hesitation n 踌躇,犹豫(hesitate+ion)
李蒋助记:〔李〕 adherence n.依附;信奉;坚持;固执 ←【源自】: adhere [ad-=to 到;her=to stick 粘;-e⇒“to stick to sth. 粘到某物上” ]
Oxford:ad·her·ence /ədˈhɪərəns[图片]; NAmEədˈhɪrəns[图片]/ noun [U] the fact of behaving according to a particular rule, etc., or of following a particular set of beliefs, or a fixed way of doing sth 坚持;遵守;遵循strict adherence to the rules 严格遵守规章制度
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CALD: adherencenoun [ U ]uk/ədˈhɪə.rəns/ us/ədˈhɪr.əns/ formal the fact of someone behaving exactly according to rules, beliefs, etc.严守(规则、信念等) He was noted for his strict adherence to the rules.他因为严守规则而闻名。
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原书释义与例句:【词性】❶n. ①(对机器、做事方法等的) 调整,(对行为、思想等的) 调整
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词汇分级:adjustmentCET4CET6TEM4TEM8IELTSTOEFLSAT
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单词释义比例:adjustment[əˈdʒʌstmənt][图片][图片][图片][图片][图片][图片][图片][图片][图片][图片][图片]TEM4TOEFLn314011139647522227714836210NOUN2534511584Spoken:56883816adjustments[1655]调整(83%),调节(17%)n.调整,调节;调节器
词根词缀词典:推荐:adjust【调整】 + -ment名词后缀。
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李蒋助记:〔李〕 adjustment [adjust;-ment n.] n.调整,调节;核准 ←【源自】: adjust [ad-=to向;just=right正确→“to the right condition向正确的状况”→] v. change so as to be better调整,调节:to adjust the picture on the television调好电视图像
Oxford:ad·just·ment AW /əˈdʒʌstmənt[图片]; NAmEəˈdʒʌstmənt[图片]/ noun [C, U] 1. a small change made to sth in order to correct or improve it 调整;调节I've made a few adjustments to the design. 我已对设计作了几处调整。Some adjustment of the lens may be necessary. 可能需要调整一下镜头。2. a change in the way a person behaves or thinks (行为、思想的)调整,适应She went through a period of emotional adjustment after her marriage broke up. 婚姻破裂后,她熬过了一段感情调整期。adjustment adjustments
LDOCE:adjustmentWord family  noun adjustment adjustabilityadjusteradjustoradjective adjustable verb adjust adverbadjustably ad·just·ment /əˈdʒʌstmənt/ ●●○ AWL noun [countableC, uncountableU]  1  CHANGE/MAKE something DIFFERENTa small change made to a machine, system, or calculation 〔机器、系统或计算的〕调整,调节adjustment for Once we make the adjustments for inflation, the fall in interest rates is quite small. 如果我们按通货膨胀调整,利率降幅其实很小。adjustment to a slight adjustment to the mechanism 对机械装置的微调minor/slight adjustment It just needs a few minor adjustments. 只需要作一些小小的调整。2  CHANGE FROM ONE THING TO ANOTHERa change in the way that someone behaves or thinks 〔行为、思想的〕调节,适应 a period of adjustment 一段调整期adjustment to her adjustment to her new role 她对新角色的适应Examples from the Corpusadjustment• Two decades of crushing debt and adjustment programmes have had a significant hand in perpetuating this tragedy.• Moving to the city has been a difficult adjustment for us.• The serious aerial photographer will be looking for adjustment through vertical and horizontal axes so that the field of view is precise.• Before anything else, however, let's do some image adjustment.• Manual adjustment of the model was carried out at intervals of the refinement.• I've made a few very minor adjustments to the decor, but in general it was excellent.• The room was full of dancers, all making last-minute adjustments to their costumes.• Even then there were elements of adjustment.• There will be an initial period of adjustment.• We've had to make some adjustments to out original calculations.minor/slight adjustment• Turn off the water supply before carrying out repairs, unless it's just a minor adjustment to the float arm.• Almost every major evaluation study has led to minor adjustment or substantial change.period of adjustment• A period of adjustment will be required as the role of support workers is properly identified and established.From Longman Business Dictionaryadjustmentad·just·ment /əˈdʒʌstmənt/ noun [countableC, uncountableU]1a change that is made to something in order to correct or improve itWe have made an adjustment to our target.Grants are to be slashed by 33%, after adjustment for inflation. → cost of living adjustment → debt adjustment2INSURANCE the agreement between an INSURER and someone who has claimed on their insurance over the amount that will be paid, or the amount itselfWe are still waiting for the adjustment to be paid.ad·just·ment nounChineseSyllableCorpus  
Collins: adjustment ədʒʌstmənt  əˈdʒʌstmənt  Word forms: plural adjustments 1 N-COUNT 调整;校正;校准 An adjustment is a small change that is made to something such as a machine or a way of doing something. 调整;校正;校准 [Also + in] Compensation could be made by adjustments to taxation. [+ to] 通过调整税收可以作出补偿。 Investment is up by 5.7% after adjustment for inflation. [+ for] 针对通货膨胀作出调整之后投资上升了5.7%。 ...a technician made an adjustment to a smoke machine at the back of the auditorium. 技工在礼堂后部对烟雾机作了调整。 SYN alteration, setting, change, ordering 2 N-COUNT (行为或思想的)调整,转变 An adjustment is a change in a person's behaviour or thinking. (行为或思想的)调整,转变 He will have to make major adjustments to his thinking if he is to survive in office. [+ to] 要想保住这份工作,他就必须在观念上作出重大的转变。 Trends of adjustmentView usage for:All yearsLast 10 yearsLast 50 yearsLast 100 yearsLast 300 years
CALD: adjustmentnoun [ C or U ]uk/əˈdʒʌst.mənt/ us/əˈdʒʌst.mənt/ adjustment noun [ C or U ] CHANGE B2 a small change调整;调节;小改动 She made a few minor adjustments to the focus of her camera.她稍微调了调相机的焦距。More examplesThe invitations are almost ready, I just need to make a couple of adjustments.It requires a few minor adjustments.Use the on-screen menu to make adjustments to the colour and brightness of your monitor.The bike needed a few adjustments before it was ready to leave the shop.The software allows the artist to make detailed adjustments to the original drawing. adjustment noun [ C or U ] BECOMING FAMILIAR the ability to become more familiar with a new situation(对新情况的)适应;适应力 He has so far failed to make the adjustment from school to work.他到现在还没有适应从学生生活到工作的变化。
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原书释义与例句:【词性】❶adj. ①可钦佩的;值得赞赏的;令人羡慕的
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词汇分级:admirableCET4CET6TEM4TEM8TOEFL
真题词频:admirableR1T0X0W0
真题例句:①The goals identified in the report are generally admirable①报告中确定的目标总体上令人钦佩2014【阅读】 ①The goals identified in the report are generally admirable①报告中确定的目标总体上令人钦佩2014【阅读】
单词释义比例:admirable[ˈædmərəbl][图片][图片][图片][图片][图片][图片][图片][图片][图片][图片][图片][图片][图片]TEM4j107251447150285377268367ADJ1292832914Spoken:73962459令人钦佩的(90%),令人赞赏的(10%)adj.令人钦佩的;极好的;值得赞扬的
词根词缀词典:推荐:admire【赞美】 + -able, 表形容词。
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李蒋助记:〔李〕 admirable a.令人钦佩的;极妙的 ←【源自】: admire [ad-=at 对;mir=to wonder 惊奇;-e⇒“to wonder at 对…感到惊奇” ]〔蒋〕 [ad-加强意义,mir惊奇,惊异→惊叹,-able形容词后缀,可…的] 令人赞赏的,可钦佩的
Oxford:ad·mir·able /ˈædmərəbl[图片]; NAmEˈædmərəbl[图片]/ adj. (formal) having qualities that you admire and respect 可钦佩的;值得赞赏的;令人羡慕的 SYN commendable Her dedication to her work was admirable. 她对工作的奉献精神可钦可佩。He made his points with admirable clarity. 他阐述观点明确,值得赞赏。 ▸ ad·mir·ably /ˈædmərəbli[图片]; NAmEˈædmərəbli[图片]/ adv. Joe coped admirably with a difficult situation. 乔面对困境应付裕如。
LDOCE:admirableWord family  noun admiration admirer admirablenessadjective admirable admired admiring admirativeverb admire adverb admirably admiringly  ad·mi·ra·ble /ˈædmərəbəl/ ●○○ adjectiveadj formal  GOOD/EXCELLENThaving many good qualities that you respect and admire 令人钦佩的;极其出色的 an admirable achievement 令人钦佩的成就 —admirably adverbadvExamples from the Corpusadmirable• On the one hand, what they do, and the energy and goodwill they bring to it, are admirable.• Three times a week would be admirable.• It is an admirable book, the first to tell the whole truth about the war.• It was far more admirable, he said, to approach nature with as much impersonality as possible.• Director Andy Tennant keeps the pace moving and shows admirable restraint.• More importantly they have admirable zest and wide interests.ad·mi·ra·ble adjectiveadjChineseSyllableCorpus  
Collins: admirable ædmɪrəbəl  ˈædmərəbəl  ADJ-GRADED 令人钦佩的;值得赞赏的 An admirable quality or action is one that deserves to be praised and admired. 令人钦佩的;值得赞赏的 Beyton is an admirable character. 贝顿是个令人钦佩的人物。 The film tells its story with admirable economy. 这部电影叙事简练,令人叹服。 SYN praiseworthy, good, great [informal] , fine admirably Peter had dealt admirably with the sudden questions about Keith. 彼得对突如其来的有关基思的问题应答自如,令人叹服。 Johnstone's research is admirably wide-ranging. 约翰斯通的研究涉猎很广,让人钦佩。 Trends of admirableView usage for:All yearsLast 10 yearsLast 50 yearsLast 100 yearsLast 300 years
CALD: admirableadjectiveuk/ˈæd.mɪ.rə.bəl/ us/ˈæd.mə.rə.bəl/ deserving respect or approval可钦佩的;值得羡慕的;令人赞赏的 I think you showed admirable tact/restraint/self-control in your answer.我认为你在回答问题时表现出的机敏/克制/自控令人敬佩。 The police did an admirable job in keeping the fans calm.警方在控制球迷们的激动情绪方面表现可嘉。
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单词释义比例:adoptive[əˈdɒptɪv][图片][图片][图片][图片][图片][图片][图片][图片][图片][图片][图片]IELTSj110501549459156291310333ADJ1542922837Spoken:13978874收养的(58%),有收养关系的(42%)adj.采用的;有收养关系的
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词根词缀同源词:adoptive a 采用的(adopt+ive)opt=choose 选择option n 选择(opt+ion)optional a 可任意选择的(option+al)adopt v 采纳,收养(ad 增加+opt=通过选择增加=采纳)adoptable a 可采纳的(adopt+able)adoptive a 采用的(adopt+ive)
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Oxford:adop·tive /əˈdɒptɪv[图片]; NAmEəˈdɑːptɪv[图片]/ adj. [usually before noun] an adoptive parent or family is one that has legally adopted a child 收养的;有收养关系的
LDOCE:adoptiveWord family  adjectiveadoptedadoptiousadoptivenounadopteeadopterAdoptianismadoptianistadoptionverbadopt a·dop·tive /əˈdɒptɪv $ əˈdɑːp-/ adjectiveadj [only before noun]  SSFan adoptive parent is one who has adopted a child 收养(孩子)的Examples from the Corpusadoptive• She was left thinking how hard he was driving himself for the sake of his adoptive family.• Well, the time went on, and eventually they approved us as adoptive parents, and that was that.• Second, whether adoptive parents could be found who are willing to take on this new challenge.• The adoptive parents had made no comments to suggest that they realized the children were unhappy.• Neither of the adoptive parents in these cases felt threatened by the contacts.• Polreis' case has attracted attention among support networks for adoptive parents of troubled foreign children.• I believe a great deal of advice is available to adoptive parents these days.• In 1952 I was sent to a local convent school until I was eleven, although my adoptive parents were Protestants.a·dop·tive adjectiveadjChineseSyllableCorpus  
Collins: adoptive ədɒptɪv  əˈdɑptɪv  1 ADJ [ADJ n] 收养的;有收养关系的 Someone's adoptive family is the family that adopted them. 收养的;有收养关系的 He was brought up by adoptive parents in London. 他由养父母在伦敦抚养长大。 ...her adoptive mother. 她的养母 2 ADJ [ADJ n] 所选择居住的;移居的 Some-one's adoptive country or city is the one that they choose for their home, although they were not born there. 所选择居住的;移居的 They threatened to expel him from his adoptive country. 他们威胁将他驱逐出他的移居国。 Galway in Ireland is my adoptive home. 爱尔兰的戈尔韦是我的第二故乡。 Trends of adoptiveView usage for:All yearsLast 10 yearsLast 50 yearsLast 100 yearsLast 300 years
CALD: adoptiveadjective [ before noun ]uk/əˈdɒp.tɪv/ us/əˈdɑːp.tɪv/ An adoptive parent is one who has adopted a child.收养的;有收养关系的
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原书释义与例句:【词性】❶n. ①饰物,装饰品
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词汇分级:adornmentIELTSTOEFL
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真题例句:①The fashion industry knows it has an inherent problem in focusing on material adornment and idealized body types①时尚界深知其固有的问题在于注重物质装饰和理想化的体型2016【阅读】
单词释义比例:adornment[ə'dɔ:nmənt][图片][图片][图片][图片][图片][图片][图片][图片][图片]TOEFLn20071438107413351170NOUN223429922装饰(75%),装饰品(25%)n.装饰;装饰品
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词根词缀同源词:adornment n 装饰(adorn+ment)orn=embellish 装饰adorn v 装饰,修饰(ad 加以+orn 装饰)adornment n 装饰(adorn+ment)ornament n 装饰品(orna+ment=装饰品)ornate a 华丽的,装饰的(orn+ate)suborn v 贿赂,唆使(sub 在下面+orn=在下面装饰别人=贿赂)inornate a 不加修饰的,朴素的(in 不+ornate 华丽的)
李蒋助记:〔李〕 adornment n.装饰;装饰品 ←【源自】: adorn [ad-=to 到;orn=to equip 装配 ⇒“to equipto 装配于…” ]〔蒋〕 [ad-加强意义,orn装饰,-ment名词后缀] 装饰,装饰品
Oxford: adorn·ment adornment adornments /əˈdɔːnmənt[图片]; NAmEəˈdɔːrnmənt[图片]/ noun [U, C] A plain necklace was her only adornment. 她身上的饰物就只有一串简单的项链。See 见词条 <= adorn
LDOCE:adornmentWord family  verbadornnounadornment a·dorn·ment /əˈdɔːnmənt $ -ɔːr-/ noun formal  1. [countableC]DECORATE something that you use to decorate something 装饰品2. [uncountableU]DECORATE the act of decorating something 装饰Examples from the Corpusadornment• As I said, I do not intend to defend this view, but will use it simply as an adornment.• In the womenswear industry, designers can offer panache without absurdity through color, varying hemlines, adornment and more.• I was looking at the house yesterday, and it needs something, some kind of adornment.• The women sometimes seem dedicated to beauty and art, both for personal adornment and spiritual symbolism.• By association, then, sculptural adornment so popular under art nouveau was rendered obsolete.a·dorn·ment nounChineseSyllableCorpus  
Collins: adornment ədɔːʳnmənt  əˈdɔrnmənt  Word forms: plural adornments 1 N-VAR 装饰物 An adornment is something that is used to make a person or thing more beautiful. 装饰物 It was a building without any adornment or decoration. 这是一幢没有任何装潢或粉饰的大楼。 SYN decoration, trimming, supplement, accessory 2 N-UNCOUNT 装饰;装扮 Adornment is the process of making something more beautiful by adding something to it. 装饰;装扮 Cosmetics are used for adornment. 化妆品是用来打扮的。 SYN beautification, decorating, decoration, embellishment Trends of adornmentView usage for:All yearsLast 10 yearsLast 50 yearsLast 100 yearsLast 300 years
CALD: adornmentnoun [ C or U ]uk/əˈdɔːn.mənt/ us/əˈdɔːrn.mənt/ something decorative, or the act of decorating something or someone装饰(物);装扮(用品)Seeadorn
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原书释义与例句:【词性】❶n. ①广告
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词汇分级:advertisementCET4CET6TEM4TEM8IELTSTOEFL
真题词频:advertisementR7T0X0W0
真题例句:[A] advertising can seldom bring material benefit to man by providing information [B] advertising informs people of new ideas rather than wins them over [C] there is nothing wrong with advertising in persuading the buyer [D] the buyer is not interested in getting information from an advertisement There are two basic ways to see growth: one as a product, the other as a process[A] 广告很少能通过提供信息给人们带来物质利益[B] 广告是向人们传达新想法而不是赢得他们的兴趣[C] 广告说服购买者并没有错[D] 购买者不感兴趣从广告中获取信息 有两种基本的方式来看待增长:一种作为产品,另一种作为过程1995【阅读】 It lowers the costs of many services: without advertisements your daily newspaper would cost four times as much, the price of your television licence would need to be doubled, and travel by bus or tube would cost 20 per cent more它降低了许多服务的成本:如果没有广告,您的日报的费用将是原来的四倍,您的电视执照的价格将需要翻倍,乘坐公共汽车或地铁旅行的费用将增加 20%1995【阅读】 Apart from the fact that twenty-seven Acts of Parliament govern the terms of advertising, no regular advertiser dare promote a product that fails to live up to the promise of his advertisements除了由 27 项议会法案管理广告条款这一事实外,没有一个普通的广告商敢宣传一种未能兑现其广告承诺的产品1995【阅读】 Most notably, the Pointcast Network uses a screen saver to deliver a continually updated stream of news and advertisements to subscribers’ computer monitors最值得注意的是,Pointcast Network 使用屏幕保护程序向订阅者的计算机显示器提供不断更新的新闻和广告流1999【阅读】 [A] recruit professional advertisers [B] learn from advertisers’ experience [C] stay away from commercial advertisers [D] recognize the limitations of advertisements 23[A] 招募专业广告主 [B] 学习广告主的经验 [C] 远离商业广告主 [D] 认识到广告的局限性 232012【阅读】 [A] combat unnecessary waste [B] shut out the feverish fashion world [C] resist the influence of advertisements [D] shop for their garments more frequently 23[A] 打击不必要的浪费 [B] 将狂热的时尚界拒之门外 [C] 抵制广告的影响 [D] 更频繁地购买服装 232013【阅读】
单词释义比例:advertisement[ədˈvɜ:tɪsmənt][图片][图片][图片][图片][图片][图片][图片][图片][图片][图片][图片][图片][图片][图片]CET4CET6TEM4n603538664194018809291237NOUN3942268961Spoken:74332442advertisements[600]广告(100%)n.广告,宣传
词根词缀词典:推荐:advertise【广告】 + -ment名词后缀。
词根词缀同源词:advertisement n 广告ver, vert=turn 转verse n 诗歌,韵文(转着反复说的话=诗歌)versed a 熟练的(会写诗歌,表示对语言运用的熟练)version n 翻译,译文(vers+ion=从原文转出来=译文)versatile a 多功能的,多才的(玩的转=有才能的)versatility n 多才多艺vertical a 垂直(vert+ical[下垂的东西])avert v 避开(a 离开+vert=转开=避开)advertise v 做广告(at 一再+vert+ise=转来转去做广告)advertisement n 广告convert v 转化,改造(con 共同+vert=共同转=转化)conversion n 转化,(宗教的)改变inconvertible a 不能转化的(in 不+convert 转化+ible)unconverted a 不变的,不悔改的(un 不+convert 转化+ed)controvert v 反驳,攻击(contro 相反+vert=相反转=反驳)controversy n 争论,议论incontrovertible a 不容争论的 (in 不+controvert 反驳+ible=不容反驳的)divert v 转向,消遣(di 偏离+vert 转偏离=转向)diversion n 转向,娱乐invert v 翻过来,倒转(in 进+vert=转进去=倒转=倒置)pervert v 颠倒,曲解(per 全部+vert=全部转=颠倒)revert v 恢复原状(re 回+ert=转回来=恢复)reversion n 恢复原状averse a 反感的(a 坏+vers+e=往坏转=反感的)aversion n 反感adverse a 逆反,不辛adversary n 敌手,对手(ad+vers 逆反+ary 人=逆反之人=对手)anniversary n 周年纪念日(anni 年+vers+ary=一年转一次=纪念日)converse v 谈话,交际(con 共同+vers+e=[两个齿轮对着]一起转=相反)conversation n 谈话conversant a 亲近的(con 共同+vers+ant=在一起转的=亲近的)diverse a 不同的(di 分开+vers+e=转开了=不同的)diversify v 多样化(di 分开+vers+ify)diversity n 多样性inverse a 翻转的(in 进+vers+e=转进去=翻转的)malversation n 贪污,渎职(mal 坏vers+ation=转坏了=做官做坏=贪污)perverse a 性情乖张的(per 全部+vers+e=和大家[反着]转=乖张的)perversity n 性情乖张的reverse v 颠倒,逆转 a 相反的(re 反+verse=反着转=颠倒)irreversible a 不能改变的(ir 不+re+vers+ible=不能颠倒的)transversal a 横断的(trans 横+vers+al=横着转=横断的)universe n 宇宙(uni 一个+vers+e=统一旋转=宇宙)university n 大学(uni+vers+ity=由宇宙引申为知识,知识之地=大学)vertigo n 眩晕(vert+igo=go around 转着走=眩晕)
李蒋助记:〔蒋〕 [ad-表示to向,vert转,-ise动词后缀,使…;“使(人的注意力)转向…”→使人注意到…→引起人注意,-ment名词后缀,表示行为,行为的结果] 广告,登广告
Oxford:ad·ver·tise·ment /ədˈvɜːtɪsmənt[图片]; NAmEˌædvərˈtaɪzmənt[图片]/ noun 1. [C] (also informal ad) (BrE also , informal ad·vert) advertisement~ (for sth) a notice, picture or film telling people about a product, job or service 广告;启事Put an advertisement in the local paper to sell your car. 在当地报纸登一则广告来出售你的汽车。 ➔ see also classified advertisements 2. [C] (BrE also ad·vert) advertisement~ for sth an example of sth that shows its good qualities 广告(样)品Dirty streets and homelessness are no advertisement for a prosperous society. 肮脏的街道和无家可归现象绝不是繁荣社会的景象。3. [U] the act of advertising sth and making it public 广告活动;广告宣传SYNONYMS 同义词辨析advertisementpublicity ◇ ad ◇ commercial ◇ promotion ◇ trailerThese are all words for a notice, picture or film/movie telling people about a product, job or service. 以上各词均指广告、启事。advertisementa notice, picture or film/movie telling people about a product, job or service; an example of sth that shows its good qualities; the act of advertising sth and making it public 指广告、宣传的实例、广告活动或广告宣传:Put an advertisement in the local paper to sell your car. 在当地报纸登一则广告来出售你的汽车。Dirty streets are no advertisement for a prosperous society. 肮脏的街道决不是繁荣社会的景象。publicity [U] the business of attracting the attention of the public to sb/sth such as a company, book, film/movie, film/movie star or product; the things that are done to attract attention 指宣传业、广告宣传工作或传播工作:She works in publicity. 她从事宣传工作。There has been a lot of advance publicity for her new film. 她的新电影尚未上映即大加宣传。ad (informal) a notice, picture or film/movie telling people about a product, job or service 指广告、启事:We put an ad in the local paper. 我们在当地报纸上刊登了一则广告。an ad for a new chocolate bar 新品种巧克力棒的广告commercialan advertisement on television or on the radio 指电视或电台播放的广告promotiona set of advertisements for a particular product or service; activities done in order to increase the sales of a product or service 指广告宣传、促销活动:a special promotion of local products 当地产品的特别促销活动She works in sales and promotion. 她从事销售和推广工作。trailer (especially BrE) a series of short scenes from a film/movie or television programme, shown in advance to advertise it 指电影或电视节目的预告片。PATTERNS (a/an) advertisement/publicity/ad/commercial/promotion/trailer for stha TV/television/radio/cinema advertisement/ad/commercial/promotionto run/show a(n) advertisement/ad/commercial/traileradvertisement advertisements
LDOCE:advertisementWord family  noun advertisement advertiser advertising adlandadvertising agencyverb advertise  Related topics: Advertising & marketingad·ver·tise·ment /ədˈvɜːtəsmənt $ ˌædvərˈtaɪz-/ ●●● S3 noun [countableC]  1  BBAADVERTISE (also ad informal, advert British EnglishBrE) a picture, set of words, or a short film, which is intended to persuade people to buy a product or use a service, or that gives information about a job that is available, an event that is going to happen etc 广告;启事advertisement for The Sunday papers are full of advertisements for cars. 周日报纸上全是汽车广告。 She saw an advertisement for a ski vacation in Vermont. 她看到一则去佛蒙特州滑雪度假的广告。 They put an advertisement in ‘The Morning News’, offering a high salary for the right person. 他们在《晨报》上刊登了一则启事,出高薪寻找合适的人选。 The organizers of the concert had taken out a full page advertisement in ‘The New York Times’. 音乐会筹办者在《纽约时报》上刊登了整版广告。 Only a handful of people answered the advertisement. 只有寥寥数人对该广告作出了回应。2  be an advertisement for something IMPRESSto be a good example of something or show how effective it can be 是…的典范 He’s a very good advertisement for the benefits of regular exercise. 要证明经常锻炼的好处,他便是很好的样板。Examples from the Corpusbe an advertisement for something• Ben is a walking advertisement for the benefits of regular exercise.• This is an advertisement for handguns.n COLLOCATIONSADJECTIVES/NOUN + advertisementa car/holiday/shampoo etc advertisementa glossy magazine full of car advertisementsa job advertisementJo was reading the job advertisements in the newspaper.a newspaper/magazine advertisementI got the apartment through a newspaper advertisement.a television/TV/Internet advertisementthe new TV advertisement for the Volkswagen Golfa full-page advertisementThe organization took out a full-page advertisement in the New York Times.a pop-up advertisement (=one that suddenly appears on your computer screen when you are looking at a website)You can buy software that blocks unwanted pop-up advertisements.verbsput/place an advertisement in a paper/newspaperI tried putting an advertisement for lodgers in the local paper.post an advertisement (=put it on a website)The agency has posted an advertisement on its website for graduates to work overseas.take out an advertisement (=arrange for an advertisement to be in a newspaper or magazine)Their record company took out full-page advertisements in the music press to promote the album.run/carry an advertisement (=print or broadcast an advertisement)Broadcasters are no longer allowed to run cigarette advertisements.answer an advertisementI answered an advertisement in the paper for volunteers. THESAURUSadvertisement 广告an advertisement for shampoo 一则洗发水广告They placed an advertisement in the newspaper. 他们在报纸上刊登了一则广告。ad informal an advertisement 广告She’s been in several TV ads. 她拍过好几个电视广告。advert British EnglishBrE an advertisement 广告a job advert 招聘广告He took out a front-page advert for his shop. 他给他的店做了个头版广告。commercial an advertisement on television or radio 〔电视或电台的〕商业广告television commercials 电视广告He was in some commercials for beer. 他拍过一些啤酒广告。trailer an advertisement in the cinema, on television, or online for a film or programme which will be shown soon 〔电影院、电视或网上的〕新片预告,节目预告A second trailer for Richard Friedman’s film has just been added to the website. 网站上刚刚加进理查德·弗里德曼电影的第二个预告片。promotion a series of advertisements for a company’s products 〔公司产品的〕广告宣传,推广活动The company has spent more than $300 million on promotions for the brand. 该公司已投入三亿多美元用于品牌推广。poster an advertisement on a wall 海报They selected a famous artist to do the poster for the upcoming performance. 他们选了一位著名画家为即将举行的演出制作海报。billboard (also hoarding British EnglishBrE) a large sign next to a road, with an advertisement on it 〔路边的〕 (大幅)广告牌billboard advertisements 大型户外广告A huge hoarding shows two contrasting images. 一个巨大的广告牌显示了两幅对比鲜明的画面。flyer a piece of paper with an advertisement on it, often given to you in the street 〔广告〕传单Someone was handing out flyers for a new nightclub. 有人在分发一家新开夜总会的广告传单。banner ad an advertisement across the top of a page on the Internet 〔网页上的〕横幅广告,标题广告Banner ads are becoming more sophisticated. 网页的标题广告愈发精美。junk mail unwanted advertisements that you get in the post 垃圾广告邮件I never read junk mail. 我从来不看垃圾广告邮件。spam unwanted emails advertising things 垃圾电子邮件I’m trying to delete all the spam. 我正在设法删除所有的垃圾邮件。classified ad (also want ad American EnglishAmE, small ad British EnglishBrE) a short advertisement that you put in a newspaper if you want to buy or sell something 〔报纸上的〕分类广告The bike was advertised for sale in the small ads section. 那辆自行车在分类广告栏上登了广告要出售。Examples from the Corpusadvertisement• Most car advertisements are aimed at men.• For the last year, her face has appeared in CitriMax advertisements.• Hershiser and Brown will be paid for appearing in the milk advertisements.• There were no advertisements for staff.• At this time of year, the papers are full of advertisements for skiing holidays.• She loved the advertisements especially, so gorgeously puzzling.• In response to the story-boards, it became clear that attitudes towards the advertisements were mixed.advertisement for• an advertisement for laundry detergentFrom Longman Business DictionaryLBED_01_aadvertisementad·ver·tise·ment /ədˈvɜːtəsməntˌædvərˈtaɪz-/ (also advert British EnglishBrE) noun [countableC] MARKETINGa picture, piece of film, or piece of writing that is used to tell people publicly about a product or service in order to persuade them to buy itShe appears in advertisements for health foods.a television advertisement for a brand of toothpasteThe company has placed advertisements in today’s Wall Street Journal.The importers of the faulty driers have run advertisements asking owners to contact them.Advertisements (informally ads or adverts British EnglishBrE) which promote or market a product or service appear in many forms. A billboard (also hoarding British EnglishBrE) is a large sign placed next to a road with a picture advertising a product on it. Flyers, which are small sheets of paper advertising something, are given out to people in the street. Junk mail is unwanted advertising material that you receive in the post and spam is unwanted emails advertising something. A mailshot is advertising material that a company sends by post to a large number of people at the same time. Commercials are advertisements on TV or radio. Banner ads/web banners are advertisements on a webpage with a link to the website of an advertiser, and a popup is an advertisement that suddenly appears in a separate window when you are looking at a website. When the maker of a product arranges for the product to appear in a film or television programme, this form of advertising is known as product placement. → classified advertisement → job advertisement → print advertisementad·ver·tise·ment noun →n COLLOCATIONS1 →THESAURUS1LDOCE OnlineChineseSyllableCorpus  
Collins: advertisement ædvɜːʳtɪsmənt  ædvəʳtaɪz-  ˌædvərˈtaɪzmənt  ədˈvɜrtɪzmənt  ədˈvɜrtɪsmənt  Word forms: plural advertisements 1 N-COUNT 广告;公告;启事 An advertisement is an announcement in a newspaper, on television, or on a poster about something such as a product, event, or job. 广告;公告;启事 [written] [Also + for] Miss Parrish recently placed an advertisement in the local newspaper. 帕里什小姐最近在本埠报纸上登了一则广告。 SYN advert [British , informal] , bill, notice, display 2 N-COUNT (某一类事物的)活广告 If you say that an example of something is an advertisement for that thing in general, you mean that it shows how good that thing is. (某一类事物的)活广告 [mainly British] The England team were a poor advertisement for European football tonight. [+ for] 英格兰队今晚为欧洲足球做了一次糟糕的宣传。 That would not be a good advertisement for Hungary's emerging democracy. 那并不能有效地体现匈牙利新兴的民主意识。 Trends of advertisementView usage for:All yearsLast 10 yearsLast 50 yearsLast 100 yearsLast 300 years
CALD: advertisementnoun [ C ]uk/ədˈvɜː.tɪs.mənt/ us/æd.vɝːˈtaɪz.mənt/ A2 informal ad, UK also informal advert a picture, short film, song, etc. that tries to persuade people to buy a product or service, or a piece of text that tells people about a job, etc.广告;启事 a television/newspaper advertisement for a new car为一款新车做的电视/报纸广告 She scanned the job/property advertisements in the paper.她浏览了一下报纸的招聘/房地产广告。be an advertisement for sth If you are an advertisement for something, you show its good effects.现身说法宣传…的好处;是…的活广告 I'm afraid I'm not a very good advertisement for the diet since I've actually put on weight!恐怕我不是这套减肥饮食计划的活广告,因为我的体重实际上是增加了!More examplesThat advertisement is demeaning to women.We've been deluged with replies to our advertisement.Responses to our advertisement have been disappointing.Both men and women have complained about the advertisement.That's a very effective advertisement - it really jumps out at you.
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