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expression:apprehensive
reading:/ˌæprɪˈhensɪv/
glossary: adj.忧虑的;担心的
notes:apprehensiveapprehensiveGREapprehensivej13873893151274149159160忧虑的(47%),善于领会的(30%),知晓的(23%)
sentence:apprehensive ●○○○○1.ADJ-GRADED 能被表示程度的副词或介词词组修饰的形容词 担心的;忧虑的;恐惧的 Someone who is apprehensive is afraid that something bad may happen.   【搭配模式】:usu v-link ADJ•People are still terribly apprehensive about the future.人们对于将来仍然非常担心。apprehensively•I waited apprehensively for him to comment.我战战兢兢地等着他给出评论。
usage:apprehensiveapprehensiveadj.[搭配]VERBSbe, feel, look, seem, sound 焦虑不安;感到忧心忡忡;看上去忧虑;好像很担心;听起来很担心become, get, grow 开始忧心忡忡;变得焦躁不安;变得焦虑不安 remain 仍然焦虑不安 make sb 使某人焦虑不安:The long delay had made me quite apprehensive. 长时间的耽搁使我相当焦虑。[搭配]ADV.deeply, extremely, very 深感忧虑;很担心 a bit, a little, quite, rather, slightly 有点担忧;相当恐惧;颇担心[搭配]PREP.about 对…感到担心:She was deeply apprehensive about her future. 她对未来感到非常担心。of 担心…:He was rather apprehensive of failure. 他相当害怕失败。
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match:apprehensive adj.• VERBS be, feel, look, seem, sound | become, get, grow | remain | make sbThe long delay had made me quite ~.• ADVERB extremely, fairly, very, etc. | deeply (esp. BrE) | a little, slightly, etc.• PREPOSITION aboutShe was extremely ~ about her future. | ofHe was rather ~ of failure.Apprehensive is used with these nouns: look
thesaurus:apprehensive[adjective]= anxious, concerned, foreboding, nervous, uneasy, worried
others: apprehensiveapprehensive:担心的,恐惧的,焦虑的;善于领会的,敏悟的;知晓的,有认识力的词根词缀: ap-临近 + -prehens-抓住 + -ive形容词词尾
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expression:cleave
reading:/kliːv/
glossary: vt. 劈开;分裂vi. 劈开;裂开;坚守;粘住
notes:cleavecleaveTEM8GREcleavev2173735413160743671裂开(39%),穿过(25%),使分开(18%),粘着(12%),依恋或忠实(6%)
sentence:cleaveThe past tense can be either cleaved or clove; the past participle can be cleaved, cloven, or cleft for meaning 1, and is cleaved for meaning 2. 过去式可写作 cleaved 或 clove;用于义项1时,过去分词可写作 cleaved, cloven 或 cleft,用于义项2时,过去分词写作 cleaved。1.VERB 动词 劈开;砍开 To cleave something means to split or divide it into two separate parts, often violently.   【语法信息】:V n  【STYLE标签】:LITERARY 文•They just cleave the stone along the cracks.他们就是顺着裂缝把石头劈开。2.VERB 动词 坚守;信守;忠于 If someone cleaves to something or to someone else, they begin or continue to have strong feelings of loyalty towards them.   【语法信息】:V to n  【语域标签】:FORMAL 正式•She has cleaved to these principles all her life...她这一辈子都恪守这些原则。•He still clove to this ideal.他仍然坚守着这个理想。
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thesaurus:cleavecleave[kliːv](verb 动词)1.■噼开SEE参阅 cutverb 动词.
others: cleavecleave:劈开,坚守1. 劈开,来自PIE*gleibh,砍,劈,词源同cleft,glyph.进一步来自PIE*skel,砍,劈,词源同 skill,scale. 2. 坚守,来自PIE*glei,黏,粘,词源同cling,glue.
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expression:haze
reading:/heɪz/
glossary:n.雾霾🌁;烟雾;懵懂;迷糊
notes:hazehazeCET6TEM8TOEFLhazev2352534411647418753n830723981201253528250247薄雾(73%),变模糊(11%),迷糊(8%),戏弄(8%)
sentence:haze ●○○○○1.N-VAR 可变名词 (阴)霾;雾霭 Haze is light mist, caused by particles of water or dust in the air, which prevents you from seeing distant objects clearly. Haze often forms in hot weather. •They vanished into the haze near the horizon...他们消失在天边的雾霾中。•The sun smouldered through a thin summer haze.太阳透过夏日的薄雾散发着苍白无力的光。•...the shimmering heat haze.泛着微光的氤氲热气2.N-SING 单数名词 雾状物 If there is a haze of something such as smoke or steam, you cannot see clearly through it.   【搭配模式】:usu N of n  【STYLE标签】:LITERARY 文•Dan smiled at him through a haze of smoke and steaming coffee...丹透过烟雾和咖啡的热气朝他笑了笑。•A thick haze of acrid smoke hung in the air.空气中弥漫着刺鼻的浓烟。3.N-SING 单数名词 迷糊;懵懂 If someone is in a haze, they are not thinking clearly or not really noticing what is happening around them.   【搭配模式】:with supp•His mind was a haze of fear and confusion.由于害怕和困惑,他当时处于一种混沌状态。•...asking people to recollect a vanished past through a nostalgic haze.让大家根据对过去的模糊印象忆起逝去的往昔。
usage:hazehazenoun[搭配]ADJ.thick 厚厚的雾霭:a thick haze of smoke 一层厚重的烟雾faint, thin 淡淡的雾霭;薄雾:The sun now had a faint golden haze around it. 此时太阳四周环绕着一层金色薄雾。shimmering 闪烁着微光的雾气heat热气:A heat haze shimmered above the fields. 田野上方微微闪烁着一层热气。[搭配]HAZE + VERB hang, shimmer 雾霭悬浮;雾霭闪微光:In the evenings a blue haze hung in the valleys. 傍晚时分,山谷中悬浮着蓝色的雾霭。[搭配]PREP.in a/the ~ 在雾气中:Meetings are always conducted in a haze of cigarette smoke. 会议总是在吞云吐雾中进行。through a/the ~ 透过雾:He watched the world through a haze of tobacco smoke. 他透过缭绕的烟草雾气观察众人。
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match:haze noun• ADJECTIVE thicka thick ~ of smoke | faint, thinThe sun now had a faint golden ~ around it. | shimmering | smoky | heatA heat ~ shimmered above the fields.• HAZE + VERB hang, shimmerIn the evenings a blue ~ hung in the valleys. | surround sthThe locomotive was surrounded by a ~ of smoke.• PREPOSITION in a/the ~Meetings are always conducted in a ~ of cigarette smoke. | through a/the ~ | ~ ofHe watched the world through a ~ of tobacco smoke.
thesaurus:haze[noun]= mist, cloud, fog, obscurity, vapour
others: hazehaze:薄雾,烟雾可能来自hazy的回构词。
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expression:loutish
reading:/ˈlaʊtɪʃ/
glossary:adj.粗鲁的;无礼的
notes:loutishloutishGREloutishj4818735491192粗野的(53%),无礼的(47%)
sentence:loutish1.ADJ-GRADED 能被表示程度的副词或介词词组修饰的形容词 (男子或男孩)粗野的,粗鲁的 If you describe a man or a boy as loutish, you are critical of them because their behaviour is impolite and aggressive.   【搭配模式】:usu ADJ n  【语用信息】:disapproval•I was appalled by the loutish behaviour.这种粗野行为令我大为震惊。
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thesaurus:loutishloutish(adjective 形容词)1.■无礼的loutish behaviour.无礼的行为。SEE参阅 rude.
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expression:cumulative
reading:/ˈkjuːmjəleɪtɪv/
glossary:adj.积累的;渐增的
notes:cumulativecumulativeCET6TEM8IELTScumulativej86032333147673772831459累积的(89%),渐增的(11%)
sentence:cumulative ●○○○○1.ADJ 形容词 聚积的;积累的;渐增的 If a series of events have a cumulative effect, each event makes the effect greater. •It is simple pleasures, such as a walk on a sunny day, which have a cumulative effect on our mood...一些简单的娱乐,譬如在一个阳光明媚的日子散步,就能使我们的心情更愉快。•The benefits from eating fish are cumulative.吃鱼的好处要长期才能显现。cumulatively•His administration was plagued by one petty scandal after another, cumulatively very damaging.一桩又一桩的小丑闻困扰着他的政府,产生越来越坏的影响。
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match:cumulative adj.Cumulative is used with these nouns: dose, effect, exposure, impact, total
thesaurus:cumulativecumulative[ˈkjuːmjʊlətɪv](adjective 形容词)1.■累积的the cumulative effect of something.某事累积的作用。SYNONYM 同义词:accumulating,building up, developing.
others: cumulativecumulative:积累的来自cum-,堆积,词源同cumulus.
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expression:resonance
reading:/ˈrezənəns/
glossary:n.共鸣;特殊意义;洪亮;共振
notes:resonanceresonanceCET6TEM4TOEFLresonancen807924831972394542871306共振(87%),共鸣(11%),反响(2%)
sentence:resonance ●○○○○1.N-VAR 可变名词 共鸣;特殊意义 If something has a resonance for someone, it has a special meaning or is particularly important to them. •The ideas of order, security, family, religion and country had the same resonance for them as for Michael.秩序、安全、家庭、宗教和国家这些概念对于他们和迈克尔来说有着同样特殊的意义。2.N-UNCOUNT 不可数名词 嘹亮;洪亮 If a sound has resonance, it is deep, clear, and strong. •His voice had lost its resonance; it was tense and strained.他的声音不再洪亮,而是显得紧张,不太自然。3.N-VAR 可变名词 共鸣;共振;谐振 A resonance is the sound which is produced by an object when it vibrates at the same rate as the sound waves from another object.   【FIELD标签】:TECHNICAL 术语•The ear has a set of filaments to vibrate in resonance with incoming sound-waves.耳朵里有一组细丝能和进入的声波产生共振。
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others: resonanceresonance:共鸣,共振;洪亮 词根词缀: re-回,向后 + -son-声音 + -ance名词词尾 → 回声,回响
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expression:imbecile
reading:/ˈɪmbəsəl/
glossary:n.傻瓜;弱智adj.低能的;十分愚蠢的
notes:imbecileimbecileTEM8GREimbecilen2869119213104281631j4981034021922愚蠢的(40%),心智能力极低的人(40%),傻的(20%)
sentence:imbecile1.N-COUNT 可数名词 蠢人;傻瓜 If you call someone an imbecile, you are showing that you think they are stupid or have done something stupid.   【语用信息】:disapproval•I don't want to deal with these imbeciles any longer.我再也不想和这些笨蛋打交道了。2.ADJ 形容词 十分愚蠢的;低能的 Imbecile means stupid.   【搭配模式】:ADJ n•It was an imbecile thing to do.这么做很愚蠢。3.N-COUNT 可数名词 低能者;弱智者 In the past, people who had something wrong with their brains that made them seem less intelligent, or different from other people, were sometimes called imbeciles .   【STYLE标签】:OLD-FASHIONED 过时
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thesaurus:imbecile[noun]1 = idiot, chump, cretin, fool, halfwit, moron, numbskull or numskull, thickhead, twit (informal, chiefly Brit.)[adjective]2 = stupid, asinine, fatuous, feeble-minded, foolish, idiotic, moronic, thick, witless
others: imbecileimbecile:笨蛋,弱智im-,不,非,bec-,支撑,杆,词源同bachelor,bacillus.即无支撑的,虚弱的,后来词义恶化为笨蛋,弱智。
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expression:parasite
reading:/ˈpærəsaɪt/
glossary:n.寄生虫;不劳而获者;靠他人为生者
notes:parasiteparasiteCET6TEM8考研GRETOEFLIELTSparasiten86382201147363705171815寄生虫(89%),寄生生物(7%),食客(4%)
sentence:parasite ●○○○○1.N-COUNT 可数名词 寄生虫;寄生物 A parasite is a small animal or plant that lives on or inside a larger animal or plant, and gets its food from it. 2.N-COUNT 可数名词 不劳而获者;寄生虫 If you disapprove of someone because you think that they get money or other things from other people but do not do anything in return, you can call them a parasite .   【语用信息】:disapproval
usage:parasiteparasitenoun[搭配]ADJ.common 常见的寄生虫dangerous 危险的寄生虫:These flies carry a dangerous parasite. 这些苍蝇携带着危险的寄生虫。external, internal 体外寄生虫;体内寄生虫intestinal 肠道寄生虫[搭配]VERB + PARASITE carry, have 携带寄生虫;有寄生虫
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match:parasite noun• ADJECTIVE common | dangerous, deadlyThese flies carry a dangerous ~. | external, internal | human | intestinal | malaria• VERB + PARASITE carry, have | pick upPets do sometimes pick up intestinal ~s. | transmitYour contaminated fingers can transmit the ~ to many surfaces. | be found inthe most common intestinal ~ found in humans | kill• PARASITE + VERB infect sb/sth | cause sththe ~ that causes malaria
thesaurus:parasite[noun]= sponger (informal), bloodsucker (informal), hanger-on, leech, scrounger (informal)
others: parasite  1 parasite(寄生虫):古代贵族家中的食客和古代中国一样,古希腊的贵族或富豪家中也会养一些食客。这些食客不从事劳动,专靠给主人出谋划策或拍须溜马来混口饭吃。在希腊语中这种食客被称为parasitos,由para(一旁)+sitos(食物)构成,字面意思就是“在旁边吃饭”。该词经拉丁语进入英语后,最初表示“靠谄媚他人而获得利益的人”。18世纪后,parasite一词逐渐被科学家用来表示“寄生动物”或“寄生植物”,引申为“依赖他人而生活的人”。 parasite:['pærəsaɪt] n.寄生虫,寄生物,食客  2 parasite:寄生虫来自希腊语parasitos,坐在别人旁边吃饭的,吃剩饭的,来自para-,在旁,在周围,sitos,食物,词源同sitophobia.引申词义寄生虫。  3 parasite:寄生虫在我国古代豪门贵族都养有很多为之服务的门客,孟尝君门下就有食客数千。在古希腊贵族富人家里一般也都养有许多食客。这些人主要靠奉承拍马讨主人欢心来混碗饭吃。古希腊语称食客为parasitos,它由para-‘beside’(在…旁边)和sitos‘food’(食物)两部分合成,字面义是one who eats beside or at the table of another(在他人的饭桌上吃喝)。古罗马人借用了这个同,在拉丁语作parasittus。16世纪英语通过法语把该词吸收过来,作parasite,但仍保留了它的原义。可见,parasite的原始词义为“食客”,同义于hanger-on。18世纪以后,parasite开始被生物学家用来指“寄生生物”或“寄生植物”,随后又被进而引申用来喻指“依赖他人生活的人”即“寄生虫”。例如:Don't be a parasite,earn your way in life.(别当寄生虫,要自食其力。)原希腊词中sitos这一成分也进入了英语,但被作为一个组合语素,拼作sito-,常见于一些英语科技术语,并还保留着它的原义“食物”,如sitology(饮食学),sitomania(贪食症),sitophobia(畏食)等。
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expression:villainous
reading:/ˈvɪlənəs/
glossary:adj.邪恶的;可恶的;流氓般的
notes:villainousvillainousTEM8GREvillainousj279391901537426333邪恶的(60%),恶毒的(22%),坏透的(18%)
sentence:villainous1.ADJ-GRADED 能被表示程度的副词或介词词组修饰的形容词 恶棍似的;流氓般的;邪恶的;可憎的 A villainous person is very bad and willing to harm other people or break the law in order to get what he or she wants.   【搭配模式】:usu ADJ n•...her villainous father.她那个恶棍父亲
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thesaurus:villainous[adjective]= wicked, bad, cruel, degenerate, depraved, evil, fiendish, nefarious, vicious, vile
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expression:toff
reading:/tɑːf/
glossary:n.有钱人;上流人士;花花公子
notes:tofftoffn5315730615810有钱人(43%),爱打扮的人(31%),名人(26%)
sentence:toff1.N-COUNT 可数名词 上等人;有钱人 If you refer to someone as a toff, you are saying in an unkind way that they come from the upper classes or are very rich.   【语用信息】:disapproval  【语域标签】:BRIT 英  【语域标签】:INFORMAL 非正式
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expression:trendy
reading:/ˈtrendi/
glossary:adj.时髦的;赶时髦的;盲从的n.赶时髦的人;时尚人士
notes:trendytrendytrendyj9628180620121162966699赶时髦的(100%)
sentence:trendy ●○○○○1.ADJ-GRADED 能被表示程度的副词或介词词组修饰的形容词 时髦的;时尚的;现代的 If you say that something or someone is trendy, you mean that they are very fashionable and modern.   【语域标签】:INFORMAL 非正式•...a trendy London night club.时髦的伦敦夜总会•…middle-class kids in trendy clothes.衣着时髦的中产阶级年轻人•…women who want to look trendy.追求外表时尚的女人A trendy is someone who is trendy. 时髦的人;时尚人士•…a lively and informal city-based television network dedicated to the urban trendy.风格活泼休闲、面向都市时尚人士的城市电视网2.ADJ-GRADED 能被表示程度的副词或介词词组修饰的形容词 赶时髦的;盲从的 If you describe someone who follows new ideas as trendy, you disapprove of them because they are more interested in being fashionable than in thinking seriously about these ideas.   【搭配模式】:usu ADJ n  【语用信息】:disapproval  【语域标签】:INFORMAL 非正式•Trendy teachers are denying children the opportunity to study classic texts.赶时髦的教师正在剥夺孩子学习经典课本的机会。A trendy is someone who is trendy. 赶时髦的人;盲目追求时髦者•…another example of what happens when you get a few trendies in power.少数盲目追求潮流者当权时后果如何的又一实例
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match:trendy adj.Trendy is used with these nouns: bar, boutique, clothes, haircut, restaurant, shoe, shop
thesaurus:trendy[adjective]= fashionable, in fashion, in vogue, modish, stylish, voguish, with it (informal)
others: trendytrendy:赶潮流的,时髦的trend,潮流,-y,形容词后缀。引申词义赶潮流的,时髦的。
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expression:bemoan
reading:/bɪˈmoʊn/
glossary:v.悲叹;惋惜;埋怨
notes:bemoanbemoanTEM8bemoanv157377115669195243148哀叹(54%),悲叹(27%),叹息(11%),为 ... 惋惜(4%),认为遗憾(4%)
sentence:bemoan ●○○○○1.VERB 动词 悲叹;叹息;埋怨 If you bemoan something, you express sorrow or dissatisfaction about it.   【语法信息】:V n  【STYLE标签】:FORMAL 正式•Universities and other research establishments bemoan their lack of funds.高校及其他研究机构抱怨经费不足。
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match:bemoan verbBemoan is used with these nouns as the object: fate, luck
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expression:deliberate
reading:/dɪˈlɪbərət/
glossary:adj.故意的;蓄意的;从容的;小心翼翼的v.慎重考虑;仔细思考
notes:deliberatedeliberateCET4CET6考研GRETOEFLIELTSdeliberatev123581131370186135191249j642934395026055605101262深思熟虑的(40%),故意的(32%),仔细考虑(15%),从容不迫的(8%),研讨(5%)
sentence:deliberate ●●●○○The adjective is pronounced /dɪ'lɪbərət/. The verb is pronounced /dɪ'lɪbəreɪt/. 形容词读作 /dɪ'lɪbərət/。动词读作/dɪ'lɪbəreɪt/。1.ADJ-GRADED 能被表示程度的副词或介词词组修饰的形容词 故意的;蓄意的;早有计划的 If you do something that is deliberate, you planned or decided to do it beforehand, and so it happens on purpose rather than by chance. •It has a deliberate policy to introduce world art to Britain...它在政策上有意识地将世界艺术介绍给英国。•Witnesses say the firing was deliberate and sustained.目击者说枪击是蓄意而且持续的。deliberately•It looks as if the blaze was started deliberately...看起来似乎是有人蓄意纵火。•Mr Christopher's answer was deliberately vague.克里斯托弗先生故意回答得含糊其词。2.ADJ-GRADED 能被表示程度的副词或介词词组修饰的形容词 从容的;不慌不忙的;审慎的;小心翼翼的 If a movement or action is deliberate, it is done slowly and carefully. •His movements were gentle and deliberate.他举止文雅而从容。•...stepping with deliberate slowness up the steep paths.小心翼翼地沿着陡峭的小路慢慢往上走deliberately•The Japanese have acted calmly and deliberately.日本人表现得冷静而审慎。3.VERB 动词 (尤指作出重大决定前)慎重考虑,仔细思考 If you deliberate, you think about something carefully, especially before making a very important decision.   【语法信息】:V over/about n  【语法信息】:V  【语法信息】:V n•She deliberated over the decision for a long time before she made up her mind...她慎重考虑了好久才下定决心作出这一决定。•The six-person jury deliberated about two hours before returning with the verdict...6人陪审团认真商议了约两个小时后作出了裁定。•The Court of Criminal Appeals has been deliberating his case for almost two weeks.刑事上诉法院审议他的案子已经快两周了。
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discrimination: think, reason, muse, speculate, meditate, deliberate, reflect 这组词都有“思考、判断、思索”的意思,其区别是: think: 一般用词,指开动脑筋形成看法或得出结论的脑力活动。不着重结论是否正确,见解是否有用。 reason: 指根据资料、证据或事实进行推断,作出结论或判断的逻辑思维活动。 muse: 通常指漫无目的地猜想。 speculate: 指推论过程,隐含在证据不足的基础上作出推测或设想。 meditate: 语气较强,指认真地长时间集中精力进行思考。 deliberate: 指缓慢、按部就班地作仔细而认真的思考或判断。 reflect: 指回想或回顾,侧重认真而冷静地反复地思考某个问题,尤指对已发生事情的思索。
match:deliberateI. verbDeliberate is used with these nouns as the subject: juryII. adj.Deliberate is used with these nouns: act, attempt, breach, choice, cruelty, deception, destruction, distortion, effort, fashion, foul, foul play, indifference, insult, intention, killing, lie, manipulation, mistake, misuse, murder, omission, ploy, policy, provocation, refusal, rejection, sabotage, silence, snub, strategy
thesaurus:deliberate[adjective]1 = intentional, calculated, conscious, planned, prearranged, premeditated, purposeful, wilful2 = unhurried, careful, cautious, circumspect, measured, methodical, ponderous, slow, thoughtful[verb]3 = consider, cogitate, consult, debate, discuss, meditate, ponder, reflect, think, weigh
others: deliberate  1 deliberate:故意的de-, 向下,强调。-liber, 秤,称量,词源同Libra,equilibrium.引申义反复称量的,故意的。  2 deliberate:仔细考虑,思考来源于拉丁语名词libra(称,权衡)。 词根词缀: de-加强意义 + -liber-称,权衡 + -ate形容词词尾  3 deliberate:故意的;深思熟虑的前缀de-在此用于加强语气;词根liber-来自拉丁语libra(天秤;衡量),“天秤”是用于“衡量”重量的;所以该词中的-liber-本义是“衡量”,经过仔细权衡的是“深思熟虑的”。“天秤”趋向于平衡,所以有同源词level(水平;等级)。
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expression:sartorial
reading:/sɑːrˈtɔːriəl/
glossary:adj.裁缝的;服装的;衣着的
notes:sartorialsartorialTEM8GREsartorialj26068258954876543裁缝的(53%),缝纫的(38%),男式服装的(9%)
sentence:sartorial1.ADJ 形容词 服装的;裁缝的;缝纫的;衣着的 Sartorial means relating to clothes and to the way they are made or worn.   【搭配模式】:ADJ n  【语域标签】:FORMAL 正式•...Sebastian's sartorial elegance...塞巴斯蒂安精致考究的穿着•James gave him some sartorial advice.詹姆斯给了他一些穿着方面的建议。sartorially•He was sartorially impeccable.他的着装无可挑剔。
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match:sartorial adj.Sartorial is used with these nouns: elegance
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others: sartorialsartorial:裁缝的,男装的来自拉丁语 sartor,裁缝,来自 sarcire,缝补,打补丁,来自 PIE*serk,使完整,可能来自 PIE*ser, 连接,绑,词源同 series,berserk.
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expression:groom
reading:/ɡruːm/
glossary:n.马夫;新郎v.洗刷(动物);培训(be ~ed to/for)
notes:groomgroomCET6TEM4GREgroomv88622102185496746430245n96851842209656425336216新郎(80%),马夫(9%),培养(5%),打扮(4%),梳理毛发(1%),王室侍从者(1%)
sentence:groom ●○○○○1.N-COUNT 可数名词 同bridegroom A groom is the same as a bridegroom . •...the bride and groom.新娘与新郎2.N-COUNT 可数名词 马夫;马倌 A groom is someone whose job is to look after the horses in a stable and to keep them clean. 3.VERB 动词 洗刷(动物);给(动物)梳毛 If you groom an animal, you clean its fur, usually by brushing it.   【语法信息】:V n•The horses were exercised and groomed with special care.这些马接受专门训练,鬃毛也得到精心梳理。4.VERB 动词 训练;培养 If you are groomed for a special job, someone prepares you for it by teaching you the skills you will need.   【语法信息】:be V-ed for n  【语法信息】:be V-ed to-inf  【搭配模式】:usu passive•George was already being groomed for the top job...为承担这份高级工作,乔治已在接受专门的培训。•Marshall was groomed to run the family companies.马歇尔在接手家族企业之前接受了培养。
usage:groom 用作“新郎”解现在在英国不普通,但在美国很普通。
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match:groom verbGroom is used with these nouns as the object: horse, pony, successor
thesaurus:groom[noun]1 = stableman, hostler or ostler (archaic), stableboy[verb]2 = smarten up, clean, preen, primp, spruce up, tidy3 = rub down, brush, clean, curry, tend4 = train, coach, drill, educate, make ready, nurture, prepare, prime, ready
others: groomgroom:刷洗,马夫来自古英语grome, 男仆。词源同grow, crew.
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