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1.Typical of the grassland dwellers of the continent is the American antelope, orpronghorn.


2.Of the millions who saw Haley’s comet in 1986, how many people will live longenough to see it return in the twenty-first century.


3.Anthropologists have discovered that fear, happiness, sadness, and surprise areuniversally reflected in facial expressions.


4.Because of its irritating effect on humans, the use of phenol as a generalantiseptic has been largely discontinued.


5.In group to remain in existence, a profit-making organization must, in the longrun, produce something consumers consider useful or desirable.


6.The greater the population there is in a locality, the greater the need thereis for water, transportation, and disposal of refuse.


7.It is more difficult to write simply, directly, and effectively than to employflowery but vague expressions that only obscure one’s meaning.


8.With modern offices becoming more mechanized, designers are attempting topersonalize them with warmer, less severe interiors.


9.The difference between libel and slander is that libel is printed while slanderis spoken.


10.The knee is the joints where the thigh bone meets the large bone of the lowerleg.


11.Acids are chemical compounds that, in water solution, have a sharp taste, a corrosiveaction on metals, and the ability to turn certain blue vegetable dyes red.


12.Billie Holiday’s reputation as a great jazz-blues singer rests on her abilityto give emotional depth to her songs.

12.Billie Holiday’s作为一个爵士布鲁斯乐杰出歌手的名声建立在能够赋予歌曲感情深度的能力。

13.Essentially, a theory is an abstract, symbolic representation of what isconceived to be reality.

14.Long before children are able to speak or understand a language, theycommunicate through facial expressions and by making noises.


15.Thanks to modern irrigation, crops now grow abundantly in areas where oncenothing but cacti and sagebrush could live.



16.The development of mechanical timepieces spurred the search for more accuratesundials with which to regulate them.


17.Anthropology is a science in that anthropologists use a rigorous set of methodsand techniques to document observations that can be checked by others.


18.Fungi are important in the process of decay, which returns ingredients to thesoil, enhances soil fertility, and decomposes animal debris.


19.When it is struck, a tuning fork produces an almost pure tone, retaining itspitch over a long period of time.


20.Although pecans are most plentiful in the southeastern part of the UnitedStates, they are found as far north as Ohio and Illinois.


21.Eliminating problems by transferring the blame to others is often calledscape-goating.


22.The chief foods eaten in any country depend largely on what grows best in itsclimate and soil.


23.Over a very large number of trials, the probability of an event’s occurring isequal to the probability that it will not occur.


24.Most substance contract when they freeze so that the density of a substance’ssolid is higher than the density of its liquid.


25.The mechanism by which brain cells store memories is not clearly understood.


26.By the middle of the twentieth century, painters and sculptors in the UnitedStates had begun to exert a great worldwide influence over art.


27.In the eastern part of New Jersey lies the city of Elizabeth, a major shippingand manufacturing center.


28.Elizabeth Blackwell, the first woman medical doctor in the United States,founded the New York Infirmary, an institution that has always had a completelyfemale medical staff.

28.Elizabeth Blackwell,美国第一个女医生,创建了员工一直为女性纽约诊所。

29.Alexander Graham Bell once told his family that he would rather be rememberedas a teacher of the deaf than as the inventor of the telephone.

29.Alexander Graham Bell曾告诉家人,他更愿意让后人记住他是聋子的老师,而非电话的发明者。

30.Because its leaves remain green long after being picked, rosemary becameassociated with the idea of remembrance.



31.Although apparently rigid, bones exhibit a degree of elasticity that enablesthe skeleton to withstand considerable impact.


32.That xenon could not FORM chemical compounds was once believed by scientists.


33.Research into the dynamics of storms is directed toward improving the abilityto predict these events and thus to minimize damage and avoid loss of life.


34.The elimination of inflation would ensure that the amount of money used inrepaying a loan would have the same value as the amount of money borrowed.


35.Futurism, an early twentieth-century movement in art, rejected all traditionsand attempted to glorify contemporary life by emphasizing the machine andmotion.


36.One of the wildest and most inaccessible parts of the United States is theEverglades where wildlife is abundant and largely protected.


37.Lucretia Mott’s influence was so significant that she has been credited by someauthorities as the originator of feminism in the United States.

37.Lucretia Mott’s的影响巨大,所以一些权威部门认定她为美国女权运动的创始人。

38.The activities of the international marketing researcher are frequently muchbroader than those of the domestic marketer.


39.The continental divide refers to an imaginary line in the North American Rockies that divides the waters flowing into the Atlantic Ocean from thoseflowing into the Pacific.


40.Studies of the gravity field of the Earth indicate that its crust and mantleyield when unusual weight is placed on them.


41.The annual worth of Utah’s manufacturing is greater than that of its mining andfarming combined.


42.The wallflower is so called because its weak stems often grow on walls andalong stony cliffs for support.


43.It is the interaction between people, rather than the events that occur intheir lives, that is the main focus of social psychology.


44.No social crusade aroused Elizabeth Williams’ enthusiasm more than theexpansion of educational facilities for immigrants to the United States.


45.Quails typically have short rounded wings that enable them to spring into fullflight instantly when disturbed in their hiding places.


46.According to anthropologists, the earliest ancestors of humans that stoodupright resembled chimpanzees facially, with sloping foreheads and protrudingbrows.


47.Not until 1866 was the fully successful transatlantic cable finally laid.


48.In his writing, John Crowe Ransom describes what he considers the spiritualbarrenness of society brought about by science and technology.

48.John Crowe Ransom在他的著作中描述了他认为是由科学技术给社会带来的精神贫困。

49.Children with parents whose guidance is firm, consistent, and rational areinclined to possess high levels of self-confidence.


50.The ancient Hopewell people of North America probably cultivated corn and othercrops, but hunting and gathering were still of critical importance in theireconomy.




1 aback 吓了一大跳

2 abacus

3 abandon---vt.丢弃,放弃,抛弃

4 abandon——放弃、抛弃

5 abase ——表现卑微、屈从

6 abate——使减弱、减退

7 abdomen n. 腹部

8 abide vt.遵守,忍受

9 able a.能干的

10 abnormal---a.不正常的,变态的

11 aboard adv.在船(或飞机、车)上;上船;登机

12 abolish v. 废除、废止

13 abortion ——流产、堕胎

14 abound v. 富于、有许多

15 about prep. 关于,对于

16 above

17 abroad——在国外、到国外、到处

18 abrupt:

19 absence n.不在;缺席;缺乏

20 absorb——吸收、使专心

21 abstract a. 抽象的、理论的

22 absurd α.荒缪的

23 abundant α.丰富的

24 abuse---vt.n.滥用,妄用,虐待,凌辱

25 academic a. 学院的,理论的,学术性的

26 academy---n.研究院,学会,专科学校

27 accelerate v. (使)增速;(使)加快

28 accent——口音

29 access n. 入口,通路,接触

30 accessible adj.可以使用(或得到)的;能进入的

31 access---n.接近,入口

32 accessory n. 附件、配件

33 accident

34 acclaim v. 向……欢呼;推选

35 accommodate---v.供应,给供应住宿

36 accommodation

37 accommodtion---n.招待设备,预定铺位

38 accompany---vt.陪伴,伴随,为......伴奏

39 accomplish v. 达到;完成;实现

40 accord vi.一致的,符合的

41 accordance n.一致,和谐,符合

42 accordion

43 accountant n.会计

44 account---n.叙述,解释,帐目

45 accumulate v. 堆积;累计;积累

46 accuracy---n.正确(性),正确度

47 accurate---a.正确的,正确无误的

48 accurate——精确的、准确的

49 accuse---vt.指责

50 accuse——控告、谴责

51 accustomed---a.惯常的,习惯的

52 ache v. 疼痛

53 achieve

54 achievement

55 acid---n.酸,酸性物质 a.酸的

56 acknowledge v. 承认,答谢,告知收到,确认,报偿

57 acknowledge v. 对……表示谢忱,答谢

58 acquaint v. 熟悉,认识

59 acquaintance---n.认识,了解,熟人

60 acquire v. (靠自己的能力、努力或行为)获得,得到

61 acquire---vt.取得,获得,学到

62 acre---n.英亩(=6.07亩)

63 acrobat n. 杂技演员;立场观点善变者

64 across

65 active

66 active

67 activity n.活动

68 actual a. 事实上的,实际的

69 actually adv. 实际上,真的

70 acute α.敏锐的 锋利的

71 adapt---vt.使适应,使适合,改编,适应

72 addict vt. 使沉溺;使入迷;使醉心

73 addition n.加,加法,附加物

74 additional a.附加的,追加的

75 address

76 adhere to 忠于

77 adjacent a. 邻近的;毗邻的

78 adjoin v. 贴近;与……毗邻

79 adjust---vt.调整,调节,校正

80 administration---n.管理,经营,行政,行政机关

81 admire v. 钦佩;赞赏

82 admission---n.允许进入,承认

83 adolescent n. 青少年

84 adopt---vt.采取,采用,正式通过,收养

85 adore v. 崇拜;敬慕

86 adoroit a. 灵巧的,熟练的

87 adult---n.成年人 a.成年的

88 adundant---a.丰富的,大量的

89 advantage - 优点

90 advent n. 出现,到来

91 adventure n. 冒险,冒险活动

92 adverse a. 不友好的,不利的

93 advertise v. 做广告,宣传

94 advertisement:广告

95 advice

96 advisable---a.明智的,可取的

97 advise vt.劝告;向……提供意见 vi.提供意见;建议;商量

98 advocate n. 提倡者,拥护者

99 aerial n. 天线

100 aeroplane n. 飞机

1 aesthetic a. 美学的,艺术的

2 affable——友善的,和蔼可亲的

3 affair n. 事;事情;(常用复数)事务

4 affect vt.影响;感动;(疾病)侵袭

5 affection---n.爱,感情

6 affiliate n. 附属机构

7 affirm v. 断言,肯定,证实

8 affluent a. 富裕的,繁荣的

9 afford

10 afford

11 afford v. 付得起

12 afraid

13 again

14 against

15 age

16 agency---n.经办,代理,代理处

17 agenda n. 议事日程,会议事项

18 agent---n.代理人,工具,力量

19 aggravate v. 使(疾病等)加重,恶化

20 aggregate——总数,合计

21 aggressive α.侵略的 好斗的

22 agitate v. 搅动,搅乱

23 ago

24 agony n. 极度痛苦

25 agree

26 agriculture n.农学;农业

27 ahead在前, 向前, 提前, 在前面

28 aid---n.帮手,助手 v.援助,资助,救助

29 aids---n.艾滋病

30 aim

31 aim

32 air

33 aircraft---n.飞机,飞行器

34 airline---n.航空公司,航线

35 airport n.机场

36 airway n.呼吸道; 航道;(矿井的)风道

37 aisle n. 走廊,过道

38 alarm n. 警报

39 alarm---n.惊恐,忧虑,警报

40 alcohol

41 alconhol---n.酒精,乙醇

42 alderman——市参议员

43 alert a. 警觉的 n. 警报 v. 使警戒

44 alien n. 外国人,外星人 a. 外国的,陌生的

45 allay——减轻,消除(痛苦,恐惧等)

46 allege v. 断言,宣称

47 alleviate v. 减轻(痛苦等),缓和

48 alligator美洲鳄,短吻鳄

49 allocate v. 分配,配给

50 allow

51 allowance n. 津贴

52 allowance:

53 alloy---n.合金,(金属的)成色

54 almost

55 alone

56 aloud adv. 大声地;高声地

57 alphabet---n.字母表,字母系统

58 already

59 also

60 alternate v. 交替,轮流

61 alternative---n.替换物,取舍,抉择

62 although

63 altitude---n.高,高度,高处,纬度

64 aluminium---n.铝

65 always

66 amateur n. 业余爱好者,外行

67 amaze v. 使大为惊奇,使惊愕

68 amazing

69 ambassador n. 大使,使节

70 ambiguous α.模棱两可的 模糊的

71 ambition n. 野心,雄心

72 ambition---n.雄心,抱负,野心

73 ambitious α.有雄心的 有抱负的

74 ambulance

75 ambulance---n.救护车

76 amend v. 修改,修订,改进

77 american---n.美洲的,美国人

78 amiable a. 友好的,和蔼可亲的

79 amid p. 在……中间,被……围绕

80 among

81 amount

82 ample a. 足够的,充足的,广大的,宽敞的

83 amplify v. 放大(声音等),增强,扩大

84 amuse v. 逗乐,逗笑

85 analogue n. 类似物(或人)

86 analogy n. 相似,模拟,类比

87 analysis n. (

88 ancestor

89 ancestor

90 ancestor---n.祖宗,祖先

91 ancestor——祖宗、祖先

92 anchor n. 锚 v. 抛锚

93 ancient

94 and 和

95 anecdote n. 趣闻

96 angle n. 角,角度

97 angry

98 anguish n. 极度痛苦

99 anguish——苦恼,极度痛苦

100 animal

1 animus n. 意图,基本态度

2 ankle n. 踝,踝关节

3 anniversary n. 周年纪念(日)

4 announce

5 annoy

6 annoy---vt.使恼怒,打搅

7 annual---a.每年的 n.年报

8 answer

9 ant

10 antenna n. 触须,触角,天线

11 anticipate v. 预期

12 antique n. 古董,古物,古玩

13 anxious

14 anxious

15 anything

16 apartment n.房间;美一套公寓房间

17 apology n. 道歉

18 appal v. 使大为震惊,使惊骇

19 apparatus n. 器械,设备,装备

20 apparatus---n.器械,器具,设备

21 apparel——衣服,装饰

22 apparent

23 appeal n. 恳求,上诉,吸引力 v. 求助,诉请,呼吁

24 appear

25 appendix n. 附录,阑尾

26 appetite---n.食欲,胃口,欲望

27 applaud v. 赞扬,称赞

28 apple

29 appliance n. 器具,器械

30 applicable

31 application

32 apply---vt. vi.申请,适用,应用

33 appoint vt.任命,委任,约定

34 appointment n.任命,约会

35 appointment

36 appointment

37 appraisal n. 评价,估价,坚定,评定

38 appreciate

39 appreciate

40 appreciative:

41 apprentice n. 学徒

42 approach---vt.向......靠近 n.靠近;接近;入门;途径; (处理问题的)方法

43 appropriate α.合适的 恰当的

44 approximate

45 April

46 apt a. 学习能力强的,聪明的

47 aptitude n. 倾向,天资

48 arbitrary

49 arbitray---a.随心所欲的,专断的

50 arch n. 拱,拱门

51 architect n.建筑师;设计师

52 architecture n.建筑学;建筑业;

53 argue

54 arithmetic n. 算术(技能),演算,计算

55 arm

56 army

57 around

58 arouse v. 唤醒,鼓励

59 array n. 陈列,一系列

60 arrival n.到达;抵达

61 arrive

62 arrogant a. 傲慢的,自大的

63 arrow n. 箭,箭头

64 artery n. 动脉,干线,要道

65 articulate v. 明白地表示,清楚地表达

66 Artifact n. 人工制品(制造物,石器)

67 artificial a. 人造的,假的

68 Artistic a. 艺术的

69 ascend v. 上升,攀登

70 ascertain v. 查明,弄清,确定

71 ascribe v. 归因于,归功于

72 ash n. 灰,灰烬

73 ashamed a. 羞愧的

74 ashore adv. 在岸上,到岸上,在陆地

75 Asia

76 aside adv.在旁边; 在一边;到(或向)旁边

77 ask

78 aspire v. 渴望,追求,有志于

79 assassinate---vt.暗杀,行刺,中伤

80 assemble v. 聚集,集合,装配

81 assemble v. 集合,聚集

82 assert v. 断言,坚持

83 assess:

84 assess---vt.估计,估价,评估

85 assess——评价、估价

86 asset——资产、财产

87 assign v. 分派,指派(职务,任务)

88 assign---vt.指派,分配,指定

89 assimilate v. 消化,吸收

90 assistance---n.协作,援助,帮助

91 assist---vt.援助,帮助,搀扶

92 ass---n.驴,傻瓜,蠢笨的人

93 association n. 联合,结合,交往,协会,社团

94 assume---vt.假定,设想,承担,装出

95 assure v. 保证,确保

96 astonish v. 使惊讶,使吃惊

97 astronaut n.宇航员

98 astronomy n. 天文学

99 athlete n. 运到员

100 athletic a. 运动的;体育的

1 athletic

2 Atlantic adj.大西洋(沿岸)的 n.

3 atmosphere n.气氛;情绪;大气;大气层

4 atom n. 原子,微粒

5 attach v. 附上,系上,贴上,使依恋

6 attach---vt.固定住,附加,隶属,使喜爱

7 attain---vt.达到,获得,完成

8 attention n.注意;专心;留心

9 attention

10 attic——阁楼

11 attitude

12 attitude

13 attitude:态度,看法

14 attorney——律师

15 attribute v. 归因于

16 auction——拍卖

17 audience---n.听众,观众,读者

18 audio a. 音频的,声音的

19 audit n. v. 审计,查账

20 auditorium n. 观众席,听众席

21 augment v. 增加,增大,增强

22 August

23 aunt 姑妈, 伯母, 舅妈, 阿姨

24 aural a. 听觉的,听力的

25 Australia

26 authentic a. 可信的,真实的

27 authentic α.可靠的 可信的

28 auto

29 automatic---a.自动的

30 autumn

31 auxiliary a. 辅助的

32 Avenue n.林荫路

33 avenue

34 avenue---n.林荫道,道路,大街

35 avenue——林荫道、大街

36 average α.一般的 普通的

37 aviation n. 航空,航空学,飞机制造业

38 await v. 等候,等待,期待

39 awake a. 醒着的,明白的 v. 唤醒,激起

40 award

41 award

42 away

43 awe n. 敬畏,惊惧

44 awful——极坏的、极度的、糟糕的

45 awkward a. 使人感到麻烦的;难应付的;笨拙的;尴尬的

46 axis n. 轴