abandon [ ?'b?nd?n ]
He was ecstatic, running around kissing strangers on the street with reckless abandon. 他欣喜若狂，冲上街道恣意亲吻遇见的每一个陌生路人。
Instead of allowing himself to give in to abandon, he hid his emotions from everyone in view. 他没有自我放纵，而是将自己的真实情感埋入心底，不欲别人察觉。
She and her tribe had to abandon their lands and retreat to Canada.(真题)
He liked the camping spot, but when the bears came he had to abandon it and go camp somewhere else.
【扩展】abandonment n. 抛弃
a period characterized by the abandonment of so much of the realistic traditions 一个抛弃了许多现实主义传统的时代
abandoned adj. 被抛弃的，废置的【同义】deserted
【同义】v. leave , desert, discard, give up
n. recklessness Toefl
abbreviate [ ?'bri:vieit ]
v. 1. 缩写
NATO is how you abbreviate the North Atlantic Treaty Organization. 北大西洋公约组织常被缩写成NATO。
To abbreviate the speech he had to cut many words out.
The director abbreviated the film to let his friends see the shortened version. 导演请他朋友们看的是这部电影他删节后的简缩版。
“I told you to abbreviate this passage, you added three hundred words!”
【扩展】abbreviation n. 缩写，缩写词
abbreviated adj. 简短的
abnormal [ ?b'n?:m?l ]
One or both wings are held in an abnormal position, suggesting injury.(真题)
The abnormal profits were the result of a very good year for their business.
Everyone hated him. His classmates called him weird, and his teacher said he was abnormal.
I never thought he was that abnormal, he seemed like a typical kid his age. 我从不认为他不正常，他看上去和他这个年龄的孩子一样。
【同义】unusual, exceptional, unnatural