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abstruse

adj. difficult to understand 深奧的

When explaining how airplanes are able to fly to a child, you shouldn't use such abstruse technical terms.

對小孩子解釋飛機為何能飛時,你不應該用這么深奧的科技術語。

Synonym

同義詞:profound; recondite

atheistic

adj. denying the existence of God 無神論者的

Gordon's deeply religious family was shocked to hear him declare his atheistic beliefs at the dinner table.

高登在吃晚餐時,表明他的無神論信仰,便信仰虔誠的家人十分震驚。

Synonym

同義詞:infidel; irreligious

attenuate

v. to make thin 使變細

The thick mass of telephone wires was attenuated to a single filament for the connection in the circuit board.

為了連接在電路板上,一大堆藥電活線最后都束成一條細線。

* filament

細線;細絲

* circuit

電路

attribute

v. to consider something as being the cause 歸因于

 

n. attribution

Although he attributed his wealth to his hard work, the majority of Lance's money was inherited from his uncle.

雖然藍斯將他的富有歸因于努力工作,但他大多數的財富都是由叔叔那里繼承而來。

Synonym

同義詞:ascribe; impute

contortion

n. twisting out of the usual shape 扭曲

 

v. contort

Some of the contortions young gymnasts perform are unnatural and eventually will damage their joints and muscles.

年輕的體操選手所做的身體扭曲,有些是違反自然的,最后將會傷害到他們的關節和肌肉。

* gymnast

體操選手

Synonym

同義詞:distortion

detraction

n. taking away from somebody's credit, reputation , etc. 減損;貶低

Dr. Lin's failure in the project was a great detraction to his reputation.

林博士這項計劃的失敗,大大地減損了他的名聲。

Synonym

同義詞:belittlement; disparagement

Antonym

反義詞:commendation; approbation

distortion

n. twisting out of the usual shape 扭曲

 

v. distort

Because the glass was poorly made, there is terrible distortion when you look out this window.

因為玻璃做得很差,所以當你從這個窗子向外看時,景物會有嚴重的扭曲。

Synonym

同義詞:contortion; crookedness; perversion

extenuate

v. to make less serious 減輕

The judge decided to extenuate the defendant's sentence from a ten-year prison stay to six years.

法官決定減輕被告的刑期,由監禁十年減為六年。

Synonym

同義詞:palliate; mitigate

extort

v. to obtain by threats 勒索

 

n. extortion

The kidnappers were able to extort three million dollars from the company president.

綁匪向公司董事長勒索了三百萬元。

Synonym

同義詞:exact; blackmail

extrude

v. to force somebody or something out 逐出

 

n. extrusion

Police officers extruded the mob from the hotel lobby out onto the street.

警察將暴民由旅館大廳趕到街上去。

Synonym

同義詞:eject; expel

intrude

v. to enter without permission 1. 闖入 2 .干擾

 

n. intrusion

Although they said my surprise visit was not unwelcomed, I still felt I had intruded on their privacy.

雖然他們表示歡迎我意外的拜訪,我還是覺得干擾了他們的私生活。

Synonym

同義詞:1. trespass 2. intervene

Mediterranean

adj. of the Mediterranean Sea 地中海的

The cuisine of the Mediterranean region is characterized by the heavy use of olive oil.

地中海地區烹飪的特色,是大量使用橄欖油。

* cuisine

烹飪法;烹調方式

obtrusive

adj. inclined to push forward 強入的;冒失的

The obtrusive presence of her ex-boyfriend at the wedding created an awkward situation for Joanna.

瓊安娜以前的男朋友冒失地出現在她的婚禮中,使得場面很尷尬。

Synonym

同義詞:intrusive; impertinent

protract

v. to length the time 延長

 

n. protraction

Although there was little content to his speech, Andrew was able to protract it out to forty-five minutes.

雖然沒什么內容,安德魯還是有辦法把他的演說延長到四十五分鐘。

Synonym

同義詞:prolong; extend

Antonym

反義詞:curtail

protrusion

n. stick