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List 47

late
/leɪt/

ultimate
/'ʌltɪmət/

suffix
/'sʌfɪks/

meet
/mi:t/

satisfaction
/sætɪs'fækʃ n/

fill
/fɪl/

accompany
/ə'kʌmpəni/

march
/mɑ:rtʃ/

brown
/braʊn/

religious
/rɪ'lɪdʒəs/
freely
/'frili/

proud
/praʊd/

personally
/'pɜ:rsənəli/

email
/'i:meɪl/

based on

resident
/'rezɪdənt/

cabinet
/'kæbɪnət/

concentrate
/'kɒntsəntreɪt/

pour
/pɔ:r/

date
/deɪt/
notice
/'nəʊtɪs/

leg
/leg/

outstanding
/aʊt'stændɪŋ/

housing
/'haʊzɪŋ/

journalist
/'dʒɜnəlɪst/

homework
/'həʊmwɜk/

load
/ləʊd/

respond
/rɪ'spɒnd/

work
/wɜk/

job
/dʒɒb/
late
/leɪt/

sufficient
/'səfɪʃ.ənt/

satisfaction
/sætɪs'fækʃ n/

fill
/fɪl/

accompany
/ə'kʌmpəni/

brown
/braʊn/

religious
/rɪ'lɪdʒəs/

freely
/'frili/

proud
/praʊd/

unload
/ʌn'ləʊd/

pin
/pɪn/
instance
/'ɪnstənts/

sentence
/'sentənts/

frame
/freɪm/

book
/bʊk/

finance
/'faɪnænts/

excellent
/'eksələnt/

brilliant
/'brɪliənt/

precise
/prɪ'saɪs/

approve
/ə'pruv/
safety
/'seɪfti/

pose
/pəʊz/

make-up
/'meɪkʌp/

fall over

specially
/'speʃəli/

famous
/'feɪməs/
List 47
adjective adverb NEAR THE END (happening or being) near the end of a period of time 晚的、晚期的
、晚
【例】It was late at night.

adjective [ before noun ]most extreme or important because either the original or final, or the best or worst
【例】Of course the ultimate responsibility for the present conflict without doubt lies with the aggressor.
adjective adverb AFTER (happening or arriving) after the planned, expected, usual or necessary time 最终
【例】You'll be late for your flight if you don't hurry up.

noun [ C ] a letter or group of letters added at the end of a word to make a new word 捎带的、有点……的
……特征的;大约……、……左右;……民族的、……语的
【例】The suffix '-ness' added to the end of the word 'sweet' forms the word 'sweetness', changing an adjectiv

verb met , met BECOME FAMILIAR WITH [ I or T ] to see and speak to someone for the first time 遇
【例】Would you like to meet my sister?

noun [ C or U ] a pleasant feeling which you get when you receive something you wanted, or when you h
something you wanted to do 满足、赔偿、补偿
【例】She looked at the finished painting with satisfaction.

verb SPACE [ I or T ] to make or become full; to use empty space 装满、满足、充满


【例】I filled the bucket with water.

verb [ T ] GO WITH to go with someone or to be provided or exist at the same time as something 与…相
【例】The course books are accompanied by four cassettes.

noun the third month of the year, after February and before April 3月
【例】My birthday is on the eleventh of March/March the eleventh/ mainly US March eleventh.

adjective noun [ C or U ] (of) the colour of chocolate or soil 棕色的、褐色的


【例】Both my parents have curly brown hair.
verb [ I or T ] to make food brown by cooking it 染上褐色
Lightly brown the onion before adding the tomatoes.

adjective relating to religion 宗教的、笃信宗教的


【例】religious education
having a strong belief in a god or gods 虔诚的
【例】He's deeply religious and goes to church twice a week.
adverb NOT LIMITED without being controlled or limited 自由地、慷慨地
【例】For the first time in months she could move freely.

adjective SATISFIED feeling pleasure and satisfaction because you or people connected with you have do
something good 骄傲的、傲慢的、自豪的、得意的
【例】You must be very proud of your son.

adverb used when you give your opinion 亲自、就个人来说


【例】Personally (speaking), I think the show is going to be a great success.
affecting you and not anyone else.

noun [ U ] the system for using computers to send messages over the Internet 电子邮件
【例】You can contact us by email or fax.

If you base something on facts or ideas, you use those facts or ideas to develop it 为基础的
【例】The film is based on a short story by Thomas Mann.

noun [ C ] HOME a person who lives or has their home in a place 居民,住客
【搭】a resident of the UK/Australia
【例】The local residents were angry at the lack of parking spaces. //The hotel bar was only open to reside
staying at the hotel) .

noun GOVERNMENT usually Cabinet ) [ C usually singular + singular or plural verb ] a small grou
important people elected to government, who make the main decisions about what should happen 内阁
【例】The Cabinet meet/meets every Thursday.
【搭】a cabinet minister
noun FURNITURE [ C ] a piece of furniture with shelves, cupboards, or drawers, which is used for stori
things 橱,柜
【搭】a bathroom/filing cabinet

verb GIVE ATTENTION [ I or T ] to direct your attention or your efforts towards a particular activity, s
problem 全神贯注,集中
【例】I can't concentrate on my work with all that noise.

verb CAUSE TO FLOW [ I or T ] to make a substance flow from a container, especially into another co
raising just one side of the container that the substance is in 灌、倒、注;倾泻、流出
【例】Pour the honey into the bowl and mix it thoroughly with the other ingredients.//I felt a sharp pain and
see blood pouring from my leg.

noun [ C ] DAY a numbered day in a month, often given with a combination of the name of the day, the m
year 日期、时间
【例】What is your date of birth ?
verb [ I or T ] to see or become conscious of something or someone 注意到、觉察到
【例】I noticed a crack in the ceiling.
noun INFORMATION [ C ] (a board, piece of paper, etc. containing) information or instructions 通知,注
【例】There was a large notice on the wall saying 'No Parking'.

noun [ C ] BODY PART one of the parts of the body of a human or animal that is used for standing or w
the thin vertical parts of an object on which it stands 腿,支柱
【例】The horse broke its front leg in the fall.
【搭】a chair/table leg

adjective EXCELLENT excellent; clearly very much better than what is usual 突出的,显著的
【例】It's an area of outstanding natural beauty.
【搭】an outstanding performance/writer/novel/year
noun [ U ] buildings for people to live in 房屋,住宅,住房建筑
【例】There's a shortage of cheap housing in the region.

noun [ C ] a person who writes news stories or articles for a newspaper or magazine or broadcasts them on
television 新闻工作者、新闻记者
【搭】a freelance political journalist

noun [ U ] work which teachers give their students to do at home 家庭作业、准备工作


【例】 You can't watch TV until you've done your homework.
【搭】history/geography homework

noun AMOUNT CARRIED [ C ] the amount of weight carried, especially by a vehicle, a structure such a
animal 负荷、装载量、工作量;装、负担
【例】The maximum load for this elevator is eight persons.
【搭】 a load ( also loads ) informal

verb [ I ] to say or do something as a reaction to something that has been said or done . 回答、回复、作出
【例】To every question, he responded "I don't know."
【搭】respond to sth

noun ACTIVITY [ U ] an activity, such as a job, which a person uses physical or mental effort to do, us
工作、有效;工作、职业、著作
【例】I've got so much work to do. // I'll have to take this work home with me and finish it there.
noun PLACE [ U ] a place where a person goes specially to do their job. // I'll have to take this work home
finish it there.

noun EMPLOYMENT [ C ] the regular work which a person does to earn money 职业、工作、活儿、
【例】a temporary/permanent job
adjective adverb NEAR THE END (happening or being) near the end of a period of time 晚的、晚期的
、晚
【例】It was late at night.

adjective enough for a particular purpose 足够的、充分的


【例】This recipe should be sufficient for five people.
【搭】 have had sufficient

noun [ C or U ] a pleasant feeling which you get when you receive something you wanted, or when you h
something you wanted to do 满足、赔偿、补偿
【例】She looked at the finished painting with satisfaction.

verb SPACE [ I or T ] to make or become full; to use empty space 装满、满足、担任、充满


【例】I filled the bucket with water.

verb [ T ] GO WITH to go with someone or to be provided or exist at the same time as something 陪伴、
配合
【例】The course books are accompanied by four cassettes.

adjective noun [ C or U ] (of) the colour of chocolate or soil 棕色的、褐色的


【例】Both my parents have curly brown hair.

adjective relating to religion 宗教的、笃信宗教的、虔诚的


【例】religious education

adverb NOT LIMITED without being controlled or limited 自由地、慷慨地


【例】For the first time in months she could move freely.

adjective SATISFIED feeling pleasure and satisfaction because you or people connected with you have do
something good 骄傲的、傲慢的、自豪的、得意的
【例】You must be very proud of your son.

verb REMOVE [ I or T ] to remove the contents of something, especially a load of goods from a vehicle
from a gun or the film from a camera 卸货、下客、退出子弹、卸下胶卷
【例】We watched a ship unloading (sacks of flour).

noun METAL STICK [ C ] a small thin piece of metal with a point at one end, especially used for tempor
pieces of cloth together 别针、徽章、钉子、闩;固定住
【例】I'll keep the trouser patch in place with pins while I sew it on.
noun [C] a particular situation, event or fact, especially an example of something that happens generally 例

【例】There have been several instances of violence at the school.
【搭】for instance

noun [ C ] WORD GROUP a group of words, usually containing a verb, which expresses a thought in the
statement, question, instruction or exclamation and starts with a capital letter when written 句子、判断、宣判
【例】Your conclusion is good, but the final sentence is too long and complicated.
verb [ T ] legal to decide and say officially what a punishment will be
【例】He was sentenced to life imprisonment.

noun [ C ] BORDER a border which surrounds and supports a picture, door or window 骨架、架子,框
建造、制定
【例】a picture frame

noun TEXT [ C ] a set of pages that have been fastened together inside a cover to be read or written in 书报
、簿册;预定
【例】I took a book with me to read on the train.
verb MAKE A RECORD [ T ] If a police officer, referee , etc. books someone, they write down their nam
record because they have done something wrong
【例】My grandmother was booked for speeding last week.

noun [ U ] (the management of) a supply of money corporate/personal/public finance 财政、金融、资金


【例】You need to speak to someone in the finance department .

adjective extremely good 优秀的、卓越的、杰出的


【例】You can contact us by email or fax.

adjective VERY GOOD UK informal very good 光辉的、灿烂的、卓越的、杰出的


【例】She's got a brilliant sense of humour.

adjective EXACT exact and accurate 精确的、准确的、严谨的


【例】The bunker's precise location is a closely guarded secret.
adjective CAREFUL approving very careful and accurate, especially about small details
【例】Years of doing meticulous research had made her very precise in her working methods.

verb GOOD OPINION [ I ] to have a positive opinion of someone or something 批准、通过、赞成


【例】She doesn't approve of my friends.
verb AGREE [ T ] to accept, allow or officially agree to something
【例】We had to wait months for the council to approve our plans to extend the house.
noun [ U ] a state in which or a place where you are safe and not in danger or at risk 安全设备、保险装置
【例】As the gunman opened fire, they all ran/dived for safety behind trees.
【搭】safety first saying

verb CAUSE [ T ] to cause something, especially a problem or difficulty 造成、陈述、摆姿势、装腔作


【例】Nuclear weapons pose a threat to everyone.

noun [ U ] FOR FACE coloured substances used on your face to improve or change your appearance 编造
;化妆、补充;和解
【例】The make-up of something or someone is the combination of things that form it.

phrasal verb 发生故障、不运转、死机;绊倒


【例】If someone falls over, they fall to the ground

adverb ( also especially ) VERY extremely or in particular 专门地、特别地


【例】This is a specially good wine.

adjective known and recognized by many people 著名的、出名的


【例】Marie Curie is famous for her contribution to science.