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          刘毅GRE字根字汇 Wordlist 08(单词带例句)

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          affected

          adj. not natural; pretended 做作的

           

          n. affectation

          Randolf used an affected French accent to try to impress the people at the party, but only succeeded in annoying them.

          蓝道夫说法文时?#24247;?#21313;分做作,本想在宴会中引起大?#19994;?#27880;意,但却令人十分讨厌。

          Synonym

          同义词:artificial; assumed; feigned

          Antonym

          反义词:genuine

          affirmation

          n. assertion 断言;肯定

           

          v. affirm

          Her affirmation of guilt in the robbery was in exchange for leniency by the judge.

          她坦承犯了抢劫罪,以换取法官的从宽量刑。

          * leniency

          宽大

          Synonym

          同义词:declaration; confirmation

          affluence

          n. wealth; abundance 富裕;丰富

           

          adj. affluent

          Wealthy people often show off their affluence by driving expensive cars.

          ?#26143;?#20154;经常开名贵的车炫耀他们的财富。

          Synonym

          同义词:opulence; profusion

          coniferous

          adj. bearing cones, as pine trees 松柏科的;结球果的

          Many coniferous trees are also evergreens and therefore do not lost their leaves in winter.

          许多松柏科的树木也是常青树,因此冬天不会落叶。

          deference

          n. compliance; respect 服从;尊重

          In the United States, deference to one's elders is often ignored.

          在美国,?#26434;?#38271;辈的尊重常常会被忽略。

          Synonym

          同义词:submission; yielding; reverence

          Antonym

          反义词:disobedience; contempt

          diffidence

          n. shyness 羞怯;谦虚

          Kim's innate diffidence kept her from boasting about her amazing scientific discoveries.

          金生性害羞,不会吹嘘?#32422;?#22312;科学方面惊?#35828;?#21457;现。

          * innate

          天生的

          Antonym

          反义词:confidence

          diffusion

          n. spreading in every direction 散布;普及

           

          v. diffuse

          In the historic past, the diffusion of ancient Chinese culture in Asia spread far beyond the boundaries of the Middle Kingdom.

          从前,中国?#24149;?#22312;亚洲传播的范围远超过中央王国的疆界。

          * the Middle Kingdom

          中国

          Synonym

          同义词:scattering; dispersion

          efficacy

          n. effectiveness 功效

           

          adj. efficacious

          The efficacy of the new drug was questioned when several patients died after treatment using the medication.

          当好几位病人在接受新药的治疗而死亡之后,其药效就受到质疑。

          * medication

          药物

          Synonym

          同义词:efficiency; potency

          effusive

          adj. pouring out feelings 感情洋溢的

          We were embarrassed by his effusive display of emotion during the performance of Shakespeare's King Lear.

          莎士?#22922;?#21095;作「李尔王」的演出时,他表露出了激动的情绪,令我们觉得很困?#20581;?/p>

          Synonym

          同义词:demonstrative; gushing

          Antonym

          反义词:reserved

          fallacious

          adj. misleading; faulty 使人误解的?#24187;?#35823;的

          The scientist's fallacious theories were widely believed because of his fame and influence.

          由于这位科学家极富盛名又有影响力,所以他错误的理论仍被大家所相信。

          falsify

          v. to lie 伪造;说谎

          To avoid a lawsuit, several documents were falsified by the company's accountant with the assistance of his lawyer.

          为了避免一场官司,这家公司?#24149;?#35745;伙同律师伪造?#24605;?#20221;文件。

          feasible

          adj. that can be done 可实行的

           

          n. feasibility

          Although the plan sounded brilliant, it was not feasible because the city could not afford it.

          虽然这计划听起来很棒,但?#32933;?#34892;不通的,因为这城市根本就负担不起。

          Synonym

          同义词:practicable

          fidelity

          n. faithfulness ?#39029;?/p>

          Many soldiers' lives were saved because of the fidelity of their fellow soldiers.

          许多士兵的生命获救,?#38469;?#22240;为由?#39029;?#30340;战友。

          Synonym

          同义词:loyalty;devotion

          Antonym

          反义词:faithlessness; perfidy

          fluctuation

          n. changing frequently 变动

           

          v. fluctuate

          Although many people panicked at the devaluation of the dollar, economists knew the fluctuation in foreign exchange rates was normal.

          虽然许多人因为美元的贬值而感到十分恐慌,但经济学家却认为这种汇率的波动是正常的现象。

          * panic

          恐慌

          * devaluation

          贬值

          Synonym

          同义词:alteration; vacillation; oscillation

          fracture

          n. crack; break 裂缝;骨折

           

          v. fracture

          The X-ray showed two serious fractures in Anna's femur resulting from her skiing accident.

          X光片显示,安娜的大腿骨有两处因滑雪意外而产生的严重骨折。

          * femur

          大腿骨

          Synonym

          同义词:fissure; rupture

          infallible

          adj. not prone to error; perfect 绝无谬误的;完美的

          Despite the emperor's claims of divinity, no human being can ever be infallible.

          虽然这位?#23454;?#23459;?#35889;约?#20855;有神性,但没有人是完美的。

          Synonym

          同义词:faultless; impeccable

          Antonym

          反义词:errant; fallible

          infer

          v. to conclude 推论

           

          n. inference

          After hearing the president's speech, people inferred that taxes would soon be raised even higher.

          在听?#20439;?#32479;的演说之后,人们推论税率会调涨得更高。

          Synonym

          同义词:deduce

          infirmary

          n. hospital 医院

          The university infirmary was full of students suffering from strange symptoms, from ringing ears to hearing strange voices.

          这所大学的附设医院挤满了许多罹患奇怪病症的学生,其症状包括耳鸣、听见奇怪的声音等?#21462;?/p>

          Synonym

          同义词:clinic

          infirmity

          n. weakness 弱点;虚弱

           

          adj. infirm

          As time went by, Grandfather's infirmity prevented him from going out of the house very often.

          随着时间的过去,祖父身体?#25112;?#34394;弱,无法经常出门。

          Synonym

          同义词:feebleness; frailty

          influx

          n. flowing into 流入

          A sudden influx of families moving into town created overcrowding problems at the school.

          突然?#34892;?#22810;家庭搬到?#25250;錚?#20351;学校产生过度?#23548;返?#38382;题。

          Synonym

          同义词:inflow; incursion

          Antonym

          反义词:outflow; exodus

          infraction

          n. breaking of a rule, law, etc. 违反

          Cheating on a test is a serious infraction at this school and will result in a three-day suspension.

          考试作?#36164;?#20005;重违反校规的行为,会被停学三天。

          * suspension

          停学

          Synonym

          同义词:offense; violation

          perfidious

          adj. faithless; disloyal 不?#19994;?/p>

           

          n. perfidy

          A perfidious employee sold company secrets to a competitor, leading to the company's ultimate bankruptcy.

          一个不消的职员将公司?#24149;?#23494;卖给竞争的对手,最后使公?#37202;?#20135;。

          profusion

          n. 1. abundance 丰富 2. extravagance 挥霍

           

          adj. profuse

          The banquet after the wedding featured a profusion of food and drink.

          婚礼后的宴会,最大的特色就是食物和饮料十分丰富。

          * feature

          以……为特色

          Synonym

          同义词:1. plenitude 2. lavishness

          suffuse

          v. to spread over 布满?#24576;?#28385;

           

          n. suffusion

          The dawn slowly suffused the room with an orange glow that transformed the frightening shadows of the night into rays of sunlight.

          黎明渐渐地使?#32771;?#24067;满了橙色的光?#35029;?#23558;可怕的黑夜阴影转变成太阳的光芒。

          Synonym

          同义词:pervade

          superfluity

          n. greater amount than is needed 多余;过剩

          John bought a superfluity of food for the party; more than anyone could have eaten.

          约翰为宴会所准备的食物太多了,大家都吃不完。

          Synonym

          同义词:excess; overabundance; surplus

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