[a group of ministers that helps lead a government]
The President meets every week with his cabinet.
[(1) to give a name to ; (2) to ask for or request]
I call myself John. (1)
They called for an end to the fighting. (2)
[(1) quiet; (2) peaceful; (3) opposite of tense]
The calm crowd waited for the president to speak.
The city was calm after two days of rioting.
Can you remain calm in a tense situation? (3)
[a device for taking pictures]
Your camera takes very good pictures.
[a place with temporary housing]
The refugee camp provides temporary shelter, food and medical care.
[(1) a competition by opposing political candidates seeking support from voters; (2) a connected series of military actions during a war]
Presidential campaigns are much too long and cost too much. (1)
The Allied campaigns won the war in Europe and Asia. (2)
[(1) to be able to; (2) to have the right to; (3) a container used to hold liquid or food, usually made of metal]
The two sides can meet on Tuesday. (1)
I can live anywhere I wish in this country because that is my right. (2)
I bought three cans of vegetables at the food store. (3)
[(1) to end; (2) to stop]
Who cancelled the agreement? (1)
Mary cancelled her plans to have a party next week. (2)
[a disease in which dangerous cells grow quickly and destroy parts of the body]
Scientists continue to find better ways to treat many kinds of cancer.
[a person who seeks or is nominated for an office or an honor]
Each political party has nominated a candidate for president.
[(1) the official center of a government; (2) the city where a country's government is]
The capital of the government is in Washington. (1)
Washington is the capital of the United States. (2)
[an economic system in which the production of most goods and services is owned and operated for profit by private citizens or companies]
In the United States, capitalism has produced the world's strongest economy.
[(1) to make a person or animal a prisoner; (2) to seize or take by force; (3) to get control of]
Police captured the terrorist before he could explode the bomb. (1)
Rebel forces captured the city. (2)
Democrats won the election and captured control of Congress. (3)
[(1) a vehicle with wheels used to carry people; (2) an automobile; (3) a part of a train]
Electric street cars were replaced with buses many years ago. (1)
Fred's and Martha's new car will carry six people. (2)
That train has 57 flat cars and 12 box cars. (3)
[(1) to like; (2) to protect; (3) to feel worry or interest]
Jim told Laura that he cared for her and would like to see her again. (1)
His mother told him to take care of his younger brother. (2)
Would you care if I borrowed your car? (3)
[(1) acting safely; (2) with much thought]
Please be careful when you drive. (1)
He was careful to choose exactly the right words. (2)
[to take something or someone from one place to another]
Would you carry this bag for me, please?
[a legal action]
The judge will call your case next.
[an incident of disease]
There was only one case of chicken pox at the school.
[a small animal that often lives with humans]
My cat climbed that tree and is afraid to come down.
[(1) to seize after a chase; (2) to stop and seize with the hands]
He runs so fast that no one can catch him. (1)
Catch the ball and throw it back to me. (2)
[(1) to make happen; (2) the thing or person that produces a result]
Too much rain caused the flood. (1)
The cause of the flood was too much rain. (2)
[a halt in fighting, usually by agreement]
The ceasefire stopped the fighting.
[to honor a person or event with special activities]
I think we should have a party to celebrate your birthday.
[(1) the middle of something; (2) the place in the middle; (3) a place that is the main point of an activity]
There was a hole in the center of the target. (1)
The chair sat at the center of the room. (2)
The experts checked the nuclear center for radiation leaks. (3)
[one hundred years]
This is the first year of the 21st century.
[an act or series of acts done in a special way established by tradition]
The new president took the oath of office at the inaugural ceremony in front of the capitol.
[a person leading a meeting or an organized group]
The party chaimp3an led the meeting.
[(1) the best; (2) the winner]
John is a champion swimmer. (1)
The New York Yankees were the champions of professional baseball in the first year of the new century. (2)
[a possibility of winning or losing or that something will happen]
We have a good chance of getting home before dark.
[(1) to make different; (2) to become different]
Will you change your decision? (1)
His voice changed last year. (2)
[(1) to accuse someone of something, usually a crime; (2) a statement in which someone is accused of something]
She was charged with stealing a car. (1)
The charge was false. (2)
[to run or go after someone or something]
The dog chased the cat around the house.
[(1) to get by a trick; (2) to steal from]
He cheated on the history examination. (1)
The dishonest lawyer became rich by cheating the people that he represented. (2)
[to shout approval or praise]
The crowd cheered every time their team scored.
[(1) elements found in nature or made by people; (2) substances used in the science of chemistry]
Oxygen and hydrogen are the chemicals that fomp3 water. (1)
Do you read the list of chemicals listed in the foods you eat? (2)
[the scientific study of substances, what they are made of, how they act under different conditions, and how they fomp3 other substances]
How many years did you study chemistry?
[(1) the head or leader of a group; (2) leading; (3) most important]
Mr. Thompson is the new chief of our tax office. (1)
The chief cause of lung cancer is smoking. (2)
The chief reason he got the job was his experience with tax issues. (3) 内容来自 听力课堂网：http://www.tingclass.net/show-8556-244516-1.html