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      劉毅GRE字根字匯 Wordlist 24(單詞帶例句)

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      abduct

      v. to lead away; to kidnap 拐走;綁架

       

      n. abduction

      Terrorists abducted the colonel during his morning commute to headquarters.

      恐怖分子在上校早上趕車前往總部途中將他綁架。

      * commute

      通勤

      * headquarters

      司令部

      abhor

      v. to hate; to think of with disgust 厭惡

       

      n. abhorrence

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

      卡文一想到有人會低估,甚至忽視他精心準備的提案,就很厭惡。

      * discount

      輕視

      Synonym

      同義詞:abominate; detest; loathe

      Antonym

      反義詞:admire; relish

      abject

      adj. degraded 卑屈的

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

      即使是最卑屈的犯人,也會試著以某種方式維持些許自尊。

      Synonym

      同義詞:servile; debased; slavish

      Antonym

      反義詞:dignified; august

      accomplice

      n. helper or companion in wrongdoing 共犯;同謀

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

      南西是麥可的共犯,在麥可搶劫銀行后,她開車載他離開。

      Synonym

      同義詞:confederate; conspirator

      adduce

      v. to put forward as proof 引證;舉出

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

      為了證明他有權要求繼承財產,卡爾提出遺囑的正本。

      * inheritance

      遺產;繼承財

      * version

      …版

      Synonym

      同義詞:cite; quote; allege; present

      advocate

      v. to speak publicly to support 提倡;主張

       

      n. advocacy

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

      少數學生主張,學校行政部門應該提供更多不同的課程。

      Synonym

      同義詞:promote; uphold; propose

      Antonym

      反義詞:impugn; contradict; oppose

      affliction

      n. suffering 痛苦;苦難

       

      v. afflict

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

      蘇珊的痛苦是來自于目睹謀殺案所造成的精神創傷。

      * trauma

      精神創傷

      Synonym

      同義詞:distress; hardship; misfortune; adversity

      grieve

      v. to sadden 使悲傷

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

      得知好友最喜歡的伯母去逝后,喬丹非常悲傷。

      Antonym

      反義詞:delight; gladden

      ambidextrous

      adj. skilled with both hands 兩手都很靈巧的

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

      很少人兩手都很靈巧,通常一手至少比另一手稍微靈巧些。

      ambiguous

      adj. of double meaning 有兩種(以上)意義的;含糊的

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

      卡拉含糊的回答,只使得我比提出問題前更為困惑。

      Synonym

      同義詞:obscure; vague

      Antonym

      反義詞:explicit; perspicuous; specific

      ambivalent

      adj. possessing conflicting emotions 情緒矛盾的

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

      雖然新的職位可能會帶來聲望,西恩對于是否要接受新工作仍然很矛盾。

      * prestigious

      帶來聲望的;有聲望的

      Synonym

      同義詞:contradictory

      anemia

      n. lack of blood 貧血

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

      阿諾德蒼白的臉色和欠峽活力,讓醫生覺得他可能有貧血。

      anesthesia

      n. lack of sensation, esp. induced by certain drugs 失去知覺;麻醉

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

      局部麻醉意味著只使身體一部分失去知覺。

      annihilate

      v. to destroy completely 消滅

       

      n. annihilation

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

      這種疾病非常危險,具有高度傳染性,可在數星期之內毀滅整個城市。

      * virulent

      高傳染性的

      Synonym

      同義詞:extinguish; extirpate; exterminate

      apprise

      v. to inform 通知

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

      大使晉見總統,向他報告伊比利亞半島目前的情勢。

      * peninsula

      半島

      Synonym

      同義詞:acquaint;notify

      assuage

      v. to make (pain feeling, etc.) less 緩和;平息

       

      n. assuagement

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

      我們害怕強尼可能無法從旅行中平安回來,但母親的話減輕了我們的恐懼。

      Synonym

      同義詞:alleviate; mitigate; soothe; pacify

      Antonym

      反義詞:exacerbate; aggravate; provoke; vex

      avocation

      n. minor occupation 副業;業余愛好

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

      麗貝嘉晚上兼差送披薩餅;占據了她所有的時間。

      Synonym

      同義詞:sideline

      convoke

      v. to call together; to summon 召集;召開

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

      聯合國召開的北大西洋公約組織會員國高峰會議,將在七月底舉行。

      Synonym

      同義詞:assemble; convene; congregate

      Antonym

      反義詞:adjourn; disperse

      convoluted

      adj. coiled; twisted; complicated 旋繞的;錯綜復雜的

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

      里奧堅持由他開車,因為約瑟夫開車總是走最錯綜復雜的路線。

      devolve

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

       

      n. devolution

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

      將某些工作移交給地方政府后,中央政府的負擔就會減輕。

      Synonym

      同義詞:depute; consign; commission

      evoke

      v. to call up; to bring about 喚起

       

      n. evocation

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

      孩子的哭聲引起老人的憐憫,于是老人給她一支棒棒糖。

      * lollipop

      棒棒糖

      Synonym

      同義詞:arouse; induce; provoke

      Antonym

      反義詞:suppress; stifle; restrain

      invocation

      n. calling upon God; prayer 祈求(上帝);祈禱

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

      海倫祈求上帝讓她的父母從墜機意外中康復。

      Synonym

      同義詞:appeal; beseeching; entreaty

      provocation

      n. something to make one angry 激怒(的原因);挑釁

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

      不要提到那個話題,那會澈怒他們,使他們反應激烈。

      Synonym

      同義詞:annoyance; vexation

      vociferous

      adj. noisy 吵鬧的;喧嘩的

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

      盡管群眾大聲喧嘩,要求釋放那個小男孩,但警長還是不同意。

      Synonym

      同義詞:boisterous; clamorous; blatant

      Antonym

      反義詞:hushed; still; noiseless

      voluble

      adj. able to talk quickly and easily 口若懸河的;健談的

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

      不論何時只要你向他提起風浪板的話題,艾麗就會突然變得很健談。

      Synonym

      同義詞:glib; loquacious

      Antonym

      反義詞:tongue-tied

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