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      劉毅GRE字根字匯 Wordlist 27(單詞帶例句)

      kira86 于2019-04-28發布 l 已有人瀏覽
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      劉毅GRE字根字匯,GRE常考詞匯,單詞帶例句、附同義詞和反義詞,中英字幕。
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      interjection

      n. word to phrase used as an exclamation 感嘆詞

      The master storyteller would always pause when he heard the interjections of the children, and continue when they were quiet.

      這位說故事的人非常有技巧,當他聽見孩子們的感嘆聲,他就停下來,等到孩 子們安靜了,他才繼續。

      intervene

      v. to come between 介人;調停

       

      n. intervention

      Hearing the noise down the hall, a teacher came to intervene in the schoolgirls' argument.

      聽到大廳上吵鬧聲,一位老師出來調停這群女學生的爭吵。

      Synonym

      同義詞:interpose; interfere; mediate

      maladroit

      adj. not clever 笨拙的

      Herman's maladroit attempts at getting Sally's attention only succeeded in embarrassing her.

      赫曼很笨拙地試著去引起莎莉的注意,結果只是使她很困窘。

      Synonym

      同義詞:awkward; clumsy; inept

      Antonym

      反義詞:adroit; dexterous; ingenious

      malcontent

      n. person who is discontented 不滿分子

      Jeffrey, always the office malcontent, protested that buying an office coffee machine was a waste of money.

      杰佛瑞向來就是辦公室的不滿份子,他提出異議,認為買一個公司用的煮咖 啡器很浪費錢。

      Synonym

      同義詞:complainer; grouser; grumbler

      malignant

      adj. harmful; showing a desire to hurt 有害的;惡意的

      Cathy's malignant intentions came to light when Victor found a gun hidden in her clothes drawer.

      當維克多發現凱西的衣柜裹藏了一把槍時,她的不良企圖終于被發現。

      * come to light

      被發現

      Synonym

      同義詞:baleful; pernicious; malicious

      Antonym

      反義詞:benignant

      metamorphosis

      n. change of form 蛻變

      A caterpillar's metamorphosis into a butterfly is one of the wonders of nature.

      毛毛蟲蛻變成蝴蝶是自然界的奇跡之一。

      * caterpillar

      毛毛蟲

      Synonym

      同義詞:transformation

      metaphor

      n. use of words to indicate something different from the literal meaning 隱喻

       

      adj. metaphorical

      Allen was an ox of a man, was Alice's metaphor for saying how big and strong Allen was.

      「亞倫簡直是頭牛。」愛麗斯用這句話來隱喻亞倫有多高大、強壯。

      Synonym

      同義詞:allegory

      metaphysical

      adj. of abstract meaning; concerning the study of the nature of reality 抽象的;形而上學的

      In Sharon's philosophy class, the professor asked the students to discuss the metaphysical aspect of existence.

      在雪倫的智學課中,教授要學生討論關于存在的抽象意義。

      Synonym

      同義詞:immaterial; supernatural; transcendental

      mischance

      n. bad luck 不幸

      The mischance of bad weather during the peak tourist season caused the resort owners to lose money that year.

      那年的運氣很不好,旅游旺季天氣惡劣,游樂區的老板都賠錢。

      * peak

      最高的

      * resort

      游樂區

      Synonym

      同義詞:misfortune; mishap

      mishap

      n. bad luck ; accident 不幸;意外

      I hear Theresa had a bit of a mishap while driving to the grocery store.

      我聽說泰瑞莎在開車到雜貨店途中,出了一點意外。

      Synonym

      同義詞:mischance; misfortune

      misogynist

      n. woman hater 厭惡女性的人

      William's sexist remarks and demeaning attitude revealed him for the misogynist he is.

      威廉性別歧視的言語以及貶低他人的態度,顯示了他是個厭惡女性的人。

      * sexist

      性別歧視的

      * demean

      貶低

      multifarious

      adj. many and various 各式各樣的

      The relief workers had multifarious tasks and difficulties to contend with in the refugee camp.

      在難民營里,救援人員要對付各種工作和困難。

      * relief

      救濟

      * contend

      奮斗;爭奪

      Synonym

      同義詞:manifold; miscellaneous; sundry

      multiform

      n. having many forms 各式各樣的

      The dance troupe's multiform choreographic styles impressed the audience.

      舞蹈團各式各樣的舞蹈風格讓觀眾印象深刻。

      * troupe

      一團

      * choreographic

      舞蹈的

      Synonym

      同義詞:multifarious

      multilingual

      adj. using many languages 使用多種語言的

      A multilingual guide to the city was placed throughout the airport for travelers to pick up at their convenience.

      機場到處都有介紹本市的指南,內有多種語言說明,供旅客自由取閱。

      negation

      n. denial 否定;否認

       

      v. negate

      The court's negation of your claim's legality has led to the dis-missal of your case.

      對于你所提出的要求,法庭否認它的合法性,因此駁回你的案子。

      * legality

      合法性

      * dismissal

      駁回

      Synonym

      同義詞:disavowal; disclaimer

      Antonym

      反義詞:affirmation; assertion

      nescient

      adj. not knowing; without knowledge 無知的;不可知的

      Many teenagers are alarmingly nescient of the most basic knowledge of geography.

      很多青少年連最基本的地理常識都沒有,這個情形令人擔擾。

      * alarmingly

      令人擔擾地

      noncommittal

      adj. not expressing clearly 含糊的

      Such a noncommittal nodding of the head is not enough to assure me you are really willing to work with me.

      如此含糊地點個頭,不足以讓我確信,你真的愿意與我共事。

      * assure

      使確信

      Synonym

      同義詞:ambiguous ; equivocal

      nonentity

      n. thing that does not really exist 不存在的事物

      In the capitalist countries, people or events embarrassing for the state were erased from all records, making them "nonentities".

      在資本主義國家里,任何人或事防礙到國家時,都會從所有記錄中被IM除,使他們成為「不存在的事物」。

      obdurate

      adj. stubborn 頑固的

      Jennifer's obdurate insistence on driving even though she had been drinking alarmed us.

      盡管喝了酒,珍妮佛仍然頑固地堅持要開車,令我們很擔心。

      Synonym

      同義詞:obstinate; inflexible

      Antonym

      反義詞:submissive ; tractable; pliant

      obfuscate

      v. to make dark or obscure 使晦暗;使模糊

      Language used in legal documents unnecessarily obfuscates their meaning for common people, forcing them to hire lawyers.

      法律文件中所使用的文字,總是不必要地使語義含糊,一般人都看不懂,不得不聘請律師。

      Antonym

      反義詞:clarify

      objurgate

      v. to scold 責罵

      In a private room, the lawyer objurgated his client for lying to him about what really had happened.

      律師在一個隱蔽的房間中,責罵他的當事人,為何要說謊、隱滿事實。

      Synonym

      同義詞:rebuke; censure; castigate

      omnipotent

      adj. all powerful 全能的

      In some backward countries, complete centralization of power leads to on omnipotent state.

      在一些落后國家中,中央集權造成全能的政府。

      * centralization

      集中

      Synonym

      同義詞:almighty

      omnipresent

      adj. present or existing everywhere 無所不在的

      In Taibei, omnipresent car fumes and pollution are leading to a higher incidence of respiratory diseases.

      在臺北,無所不在的汽車廢氣和污染,已導致呼吸道疾病發病率的提高。

      * incidence

      罹患率

      * respiratory

      呼吸的

      omniscient

      adj. all knowing 全知的

      To their small children, Marsha and Joe seemed omniscient9 able to answer any question they had.

      瑪莎和喬在孩子的心目中似乎是無所不知的,能夠回答任何問題。

      omnivorous

      adj. eating everything 雜食的

      Human beings eat both plants and animals and are therefore considered omnivorous.

      人類既吃植物也吃動物,因此被認為是雜食性動物。

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