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          aggrandize

          v. to increase 加大

          Terrance tried to aggrandize his meager accomplishments to impress his interviewer.

          泰伦斯试图夸大他那微不足道的成就,让面试者留下深刻的印象。

          * meager

          贫乏的

          Synonym

          同义词:amplify; enlarge

          Antonym

          反义词:reduce

          aggregate

          n. sum; total 总数

           

          v. aggregate

          The aggregate of the village farmers' harvest was still not enough to feed the starving families.

          村子里农夫的总收获量,仍然不足以养活他?#21069;?#39295;的家人。

          bigamy

          n. marriage to two persons at the same time 重婚

          Bigamy is considered a crime in most countries, although some societies take it as the norm.

          虽然?#34892;?#31038;会把重婚看做是种常规,但在大部分的国家却被认为是不合法的。

          * norm

          准则;规范

          digressive

          adj. wandering away 离题的

           

          v. digress

          The professor criticized the student's remarks on the topic as too digressive and not relevant to the discussion.

          教授批评那位学生?#26434;?#36825;项主题的评论太过离题,与讨论的内容无关。

          egregious

          adj. exceptional (for bad reasons); shocking 异常的;骇?#35828;?/p>

          No one wished to do business with Mr. Li because of his egregious lust for money.

          没有人想和李先生做生意,因为他太爱钱了。

          egress

          n. going out; exit 出去?#24576;?#21475;

          After the baseball game ended, the egress of people from the stadium seemed endless.

          棒球?#28909;?#32467;束之后,从体育馆出来的人潮似乎一直川流不息。

          Synonym

          同义词:departure; outlet

          Antonym

          反义词:entry; access

          epigram

          n. pithy, witty saying 警辟语;警句

          Our teacher enjoyed using epigrams to illustrate her point during what we would normally have considered dull lectures.

          老师在讲授我们认为很枯燥无味的课时,?#19981;?#24341;用警辟语句来阐述她的观点。

          Synonym

          同义词:witticism; aphorism

          eugenic

          adj. connected with the improvement of the human race 优生的

           

          n. eugenics

          There are many ethical questions raised by eugenic theories and practices.

          优生学的理论与实?#24184;?#21457;了许多伦理方面的问题。

          genealogy

          n. history of a particular family 总谱

          After reading a book about family histories of his hometown, Martin became curious about his own genealogy.

          马丁在读完一本关于故乡家族?#36820;?#20070;之后,便开始对他?#32422;?#30340;家?#36164;?#20998;好奇。

          Synonym

          同义词:ancestry; lineage; pedigree

          gestate

          v. to develop 孕育;妊娠

           

          n. gestation

          With the longest incubation period of all mammals, elephant babies gestate for almost two years before they are born.

          大象的婴儿孕育期是哺乳类动物中最长的,大?#23478;?#20004;年的时间才会出生。

          * incubation

          孵化

          grandiloquent

          adj. using long, important-sounding words 夸张的

          Darren's friends laughed at him when he spoke in such a grandiloquent manner.

          当达伦说话说得很夸张时,朋?#35759;?#20250;取笑他。

          Synonym

          同义词:pompous; bombastic

          grandiose

          adj. imposing; grand 宏伟的;盛大的

          A grandiose celebration was planned to take place on the Capitol lawn for the nation's national day.

          国庆日时在国会大厦的草地上将举行盛大的庆祝活动。

          * Capitol

          (the ~)美国国会大厦

          Synonym

          同义词:magnificent; majestic

          Antonym

          反义词:humble; unpretentious

          graphic

          adj. 1. of diagram 图表的 2. vivid 生动的

          The book gives a graphic description of life in poverty in modern India.

          这本书生动地描写了现代印度贫穷的生活。

          Synonym

          同义词:1. diagrammatic; pictorial 2. picturesque

          Antonym

          反义词:1. obscure; confused

          gregarious

          adj. living in groups; fond of the company of others 群居的;社交的

          Wilma is a gregarious woman who enjoys throwing large parties for her friends.

          威玛是个很爱交际的女人,她?#19981;?#20026;朋友举行大型的宴会。

          Synonym

          同义词:social; outgoing

          Antonym

          反义词:antisocial; reserved

          homogeneous

          adj. of the same kind 同类的

          In this small town, all the restaurants have a very homogeneous selection of food.

          在这个小镇里,所有的餐厅提供的食物都很类似。

          Synonym

          同义词:similar; identical

          Antonym

          反义词:disparate; heterogeneous

          indigestion

          adj. difficulty in digesting food 消化不良的

          Each Thanksgiving, I overeat because there is so much delicious food, but at the end of the night, I always have indigestion.

          每年感恩节,我因为吃太多美?#24120;?#21040;了晚上都会消化不良。

          ingenuous

          adj. honest 老实的

          With so many dishonest people in this world, finding a truly ingenuous person is rare.

          世?#21916;怀?#23454;的人很多,真正老实的人非常少见。

          Synonym

          同义词:guileless; candid

          Antonym

          反义词:crafty; tricky

          monogamy

          n. marriage to one person 一夫一妻制

          Although monogamy is the law in this country, many men openly keep mistresses.

          虽然一夫一妻制是国家法律明文规定的,仍然?#34892;?#22810;男人公开养小老婆。

          polygamy

          n. having many wives or husbands at the same time 一夫多妻;一妻多夫

          Although the practice is losing popularity, polygamy is still accepted in Muslim countries.

          虽然一夫多妻制已不再流行,但在回教国家仍然是被接受的。

          progenitor

          n. ancestor 祖先

          Looking at his family tree, Christopher discovered that George Washington was his progenitor.

          克里斯多夫由家?#23383;?#21457;现乔治·华盛顿是他的祖先。

          Synonym

          同义词:forefather

          Antonym

          反义词:descendant

          progeny

          n. offspring; descendants (集合名词)子孙;后裔

          Royal officials were required to verify that the king's children were truly his progeny to prevent impostors from usurping the throne.

          皇室大臣被要求证明国王的小孩真的是他的后裔,以免有人冒名顶替,篡夺王位。

          * verify

          证实

          * impostor

          冒名顶替者

          * usurp

          篡夺

          Synonym

          同义词:posterity

          Antonym

          反义词:ancestors

          retrograde

          v. to go backwards 退化

           

          adj. retrograde

          From the mini-skirts and bell-bottoms one can see being worn today, one might think fashion had retrograded to the 1960's.

          从今天随处可见的?#38405;?#35033;与喇叭裤的穿着看来,大家可能会觉得流?#24184;?#32463;回?#35828;?#19968;九六0年代了。

          * bell-bottoms

          pl. 喇叭裤

          Synonym

          同义词:degenerate; deteriorate

          Antonym

          反义词:advance; progress; proceed

          segregate

          v. to set apart from 隔离;分开

          It is no longer legal to segregate people by their race in the United States.

          在美国,种族隔离已经是不合法的行为了。

          Synonym

          同义词:isolate; separate

          Antonym

          反义词:mix; integrate

          stenography

          n. shorthand 速记

          Secretaries often study stenography for taking dictation quickly.

          为了使听写的速度加快,秘书常常会学速记。

          * dictation

          听写

          transgression

          n. violation of a law 违反

          The judge promised the young man that any future transgressions would definitely land him in jail.

          法官警告那个年轻人说,以后如果再?#24418;?#27861;的行为,一定会把他送进监狱。

          Synonym

          同义词:breach; infringement

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