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  37. husband

  v. 节省 [economize],节俭,保存,管理

  e.g. husband one’s energy ; to husband one’s resources 保存体力;节约使用资金

  38. impart

  v. 告知,揭发 [reveal],传授

  ①to grant a share of; bestow: 分给;授予;给予某物的一部分;赠与

  ② to make known;disclose 告知;透露

  e.g.

  ①impart a subtle flavor; impart some advice 加少许调料;给予一些建议

  ②persuaded to impart the secret 劝说透露秘密

  39. inspire

  v. 吸入,鼓舞

  e.g. to draw in (air) by inspiring. 吸入空气

  40. issue

  n. 结果 [a final result] vi. 造成……结果 issue from 由于……的原因 [用法和result 一样] issue in 结果是,以……结束

  e.g.

  His difficulties in his work issue from his lack of experience.

  The accident issued in his death.

  41. lead

  adj. 主要的

  e.g. lead role; lead guitar 主要作用;首席吉他手

  42. measure

  measure up to = live up to 符合,达到,够得上

  e.g. If she doesn't measure up to the job, she'll just have to leave. 她如果不能胜任这一工作,就只得走人。

  43. might

  might as well 倒不如

  e.g. There is nothing to do, so I may as well go to bed. 没什么事可做,我还是上床睡觉好了。

  44. might

  n. 力量,权威

  e.g. To be frank, this mission is beyond my might. 说实话,这一使命非我能力所及。

  45. minor

  n. 未成年人, adj. 未成年的

  e.g. You can't serve drinks to minors. 你不能把酒卖给未成年人。

  46. novel

  adj. 新颖的

  e.g. Job-sharing is still a novel concept and it will take a while for employers to get used to it.

  47. obscure

  adj. 不出名的

  e.g. an obscure poet; an obscure family. 不出名的诗人;卑微的家庭

  48. odd

  adj. 不出名的,偏僻的,偏远的,位置偏僻的

  e.g. Found the antique shop in an odd corner of town. 在一个小镇的偏僻角落里发现了这个古玩店。

  49. odd

  adj. 临时的,不固定的;非经常的

  e.g.

  He does odd jobs for people. 他替人做临时工。

  She knits at odd moments. 她利用零碎时间编织。

  50. off

  better off (尤指钱)达到某数量的,经济状况好的,富裕的

  e.g. They are not well off. 他们不富裕。

  51. outstanding

  adj. 已公开发行且出售的 [publicly issued and sold]

  e.g. outstanding stocks and bonds 已发行的股票和债券

  52. particular

  adj. 过于讲究的;苛求的,挑剔的 [(+about/over)][(+wh-)]

  e.g. She is particular about what she eats. 她过分讲究吃。

  53. phenomenal

  adj. 异常的;非凡的

  e.g. a phenomenal feat of memory 非凡的记忆力

  54. policy

  n. 保险单,保险凭证

  e.g. He took out a fire insurance policy for his house. 他参加房屋火灾保险。

  55. prejudice

  v. n. 侵害 [detriment, injury]

  e.g. to the prejudice of sb’s rights 有损于某人的权利

  56. proceeds

  n. 收入[复数名词] The amount of money derived from a commercial or fundraising venture; the yield 收入,获利;从商业或基金机构获得的钱;收益

  e.g. The proceeds of the concert will go to charity.

  57. prospect

  n. 前景;景象;有希望的候选人 vt. 勘探 prospect for 勘探

  e.g. prospect for oil

  58. ready

  adj. 1. 敏捷的 2. 甘愿的

  e.g.

  1. She has a ready tongue. 她口齿伶俐。

  2. She is always ready to help. 她总是乐于助人。

  59. regimen

  n. 养生法,生活规则,训练课程,统治,制度

  e.g. His strict regimen of layoffs and other cost cuts, together with overhauled production processes, has produced per-share earnings increases of 20 percent or more for five consecutive years. 他坚持实施的临时解雇制度和其他成本削减制度与严格把关的生产工序使得公司每股收益连续5年增长20%或以上。

  60. royalty

  n. 税收,专利权税,版税

  e.g. The writer gets a 10% royalty on each copy of his book. 本书的每一次再版,作者将从中获得百分之十的版税。

  61. scale

  v. 攀登;到达……的顶点

  He learned to scale a rock face from his father. 他从他父亲那儿学得攀登崖面的技巧。

  62. seek

  sought-after adj. 很吃香的,广受欢迎的 [sought是seek的过去分词]

  a sought-after resort 受欢迎的旅游胜地

  63. sport

  v. 炫耀;夸示

  sport one's wealth

  64. spot

  a. 立即的,当场做出的

  The union leaders made a spot decision to stage a strike. 工会领导人当场做出罢工的决定。

  65. stomach

  n. 兴致(appetite),胃 vt. 忍受;容忍(endure; tolerate)

  had no stomach for quarrels 没有争吵的兴致

  How can you stomach their affronts?你怎么能够忍受他们的侮辱?

  66. cap

  v. 胜过;超过[(+with)]

  He capped one story with another. 他说了一个比前一个更好听的故事

  67. thrust

  n. 要旨[the essence; the point]

  The whole thrust of the project was to make money. 计划的核心在于盈利。

  68. only too

  only too……极,非常

  only too pleased 再高兴不过了

  69. try

  v. 磨难,考验

  The last steep ascent tried my every muscle. 最后一次攀登使我每块肌肉都受折磨。

  a trying experience 一段痛苦的经历

  70. wild

  adj. 没有根据的

  a wild guess 乱猜,瞎猜

  71. peach

  v. 告密,告发

  No good was to be got by peaching on him. 告发他没有什么好处可得。

  72. tap

  v. 开发,开辟

  The scientists are thinking of a new way of tapping the solar energy. 科学家正在设想一种新的利用太阳能的方法。


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