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New Words<1>concernn.1.[U] a feeling of worry 担心;忧虑In the story the parents show their great concern for their daughter. 故事里,父母对他们的女儿表现出极大的担心。The recent rise in crime is a matter of great public concern. 近来犯罪的增多是公众非常担忧的事情。2.[C] sth. that makes sb. worried 关心的事;担心的事His main concern is to be able to provide money for his family. 他主要关心的是为家里赚钱。Your private life is not my concern. 你的私生活与我无关。vt.1.make sb. feel worried 使担心;使忧虑It isn't your problem—don't concern yourself with it. 这不是你的问题,你用不着担心。What concern
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<1>concernn.1.[U] a feeling of worry 担心;忧虑

In the story the parents show their great concern for their daughter. 故事里,父母对他们的女儿表现出极大的担心。

The recent rise in crime is a matter of great public concern. 近来犯罪的增多是公众非常担忧的事情。

2.[C] sth. that makes sb. worried 关心的事;担心的事

His main concern is to be able to provide money for his family. 他主要关心的是为家里赚钱。

Your private life is not my concern. 你的私生活与我无关。

vt.1.make sb. feel worried 使担心;使忧虑

It isn't your problem—don't concern yourself with it. 这不是你的问题,你用不着担心。

What concerns me most is that despite pay increases, production has not improved. 最令我担心的是虽然工资增加了,生产却没有上去。

2.be about sth. 涉及,与...有关系

This article concerns the issue of generation gap. 这篇文章讲的是代沟问题。

This study concerns couples' expectations of marriage. 这项研究涉及夫妻对婚姻的期待。

<2>clickvi.make a short, sharp sound 发出咔嗒声

The key clicked in the lock. 钥匙在琐里咔嗒响了一声。

Her shoes clicked against the floor as she walked. 她走动时,鞋在地板上咔噔咔噔作响。

n.[C] a short, sharp sound 咔嗒声

The door opened with a click. 门咔嗒一声开了。

I heard a click, and then the phone went dead. 我听到咔嗒一声电话就挂了。

<3>blastvi.produce a lot of noise, esp. music 发出响亮的声音(尤指音乐)

Music blasted from the radio. 收音机里猛地响起了音乐。

A machine gun blasted just outside the tent. 帐篷外,机关枪突然嘟嘟嘟地响起来。

vt.break up by explosion 爆破

They had to blast their way through the mountainside. 他们不得不沿着山坡炸出一条路来。

The first shot missed and blasted a hole in the wall. 第一枪打偏了,在墙上炸出了一个洞。

n.[C] an explosion 爆炸

The blast completely destroyed the building. 爆炸彻底摧毁了这栋建筑。

The blast killed 168 people and hurt hundreds. 爆炸炸死了168人,炸伤了数百人。

<4>forthad.out; forward 出来;向外

The sun came forth from behind the clouds. 太阳从云后出来。

The house was still burning with thick black smoke pouring forth. 房子还在燃烧,冒出浓浓的黑烟。

<5>burstvi.(burst, burst) move somewhere suddenly or quickly, esp. into or out of a place 冲,闯

Several students burst into the schoolmaster's office just as he was about to leave. 校长正要离开时,几个学生闯进了他的办公室。

She burst out of the room without saying a single word. 她什么也没说,冲出了房间。

<6>horriblea.1.very bad or unpleasant 糟糕的;使人不愉快的

This tastes horrible! 真难吃!

The weather has been really horrible all week. 这一周天气真是糟糕透了。

2.shocking; frightening 可怕的;令人恐惧的

What a horrible story! 可怕的故事!

It's horrible to hear that so many people in the world are hungry and don't have food. 听到世界上有这么多人挨饿,没东西吃,感到很可怕。

<7>stuffn.[U] sth. that one does not know the correct name 东西

What's the green stuff at the bottom of the bottle? 瓶底上那绿色的是什么东西?

I don't know how we're going to get all this stuff into the car. 我不知道我们如何将这些东西全部搬进车里去。

vt.push sth. into a space 填;塞

The pillow was stuffed with feathers. 枕头里塞满了羽毛。

The rooms are stuffed with antiques and priceless treasures. 这几间房子都塞满了古董和无价之宝。

<8>rhythmn.[C, U] a regular repeated pattern of sounds or movements 节奏

I'm not keen on the tune but I love the rhythm. 我不特别喜欢那曲调,但喜欢它的节奏。

You need to feel the rhythm of the music in order to dance properly. 为了跳好舞,你需要感受音乐的节奏。

<9>grabvt.take sth. suddenly or roughly 抓住,夺得

Helen grabbed the toy car from her little brother. 海伦抢去了弟弟手上的玩具汽车。

She grabbed her clothes and ran out when the alarm went off. 警报响起时,她抓起衣服就往外跑。

<10>thorougha.including every possible detail 全面的,彻底的

The doctor gave the patient a thorough check-up. 医生为病人做了全面检查。

The police made a thorough search of the house and found the child hiding under a chair. 警察彻底搜查了那所房子,发现孩子藏在椅子下。

<11> thoroughly ad. carefully and completely 完全地;彻底地

We thoroughly enjoyed our holiday. 我们假期玩得非常开心。

Eating only thoroughly cooked foods will reduce your risk of illness. 只吃完全煮熟的食物可以减少生病的危险。

<12>makeupn.[U] paint, powder, creams, etc. that people put on their face 化妆品

She hadn't taken off her stage makeup yet when I saw her. 我见到她时她还没有缷去戏妆。

After I put on my makeup, I'll be ready to go with you to the restaurant. 我化好妆后,就准备和你去饭馆。

<13>toastn.1. [U] bread made brown by heating 烤面包

He had toast for breakfast. 他早餐吃了烤面包。

She had a slice of toast and a cup of coffee. 她吃了一块烤面包,喝了一杯咖啡。

2. [C] an act of drinking, esp. in order to thank sb., wish sb. luck, etc. 祝酒,干杯

We drank a toast to our teacher's health. 我们干杯祝老师身体健康。

I'd like to propose a toast to the bride and groom. 我提议为新娘新郎干杯。

vt.hold up one's glass and wish sb. success, happiness, luck, etc. 祝酒,干杯

Let's toast the friendship between our two countries. 让我们为两国的友谊干杯。

Let's toast Edward for a job well done. 让我们为爱德华出色的工作干杯。

<14>disgustinga.very unpleasant 令人厌恶的,令人反感的

A bad egg has a disgusting smell. 臭蛋味道很难闻。

Rubbish was piled everywhere—it was disgusting. 到处堆着垃圾,真叫人恶心。

<15>bugvt.(infml.) bother; annoy; trouble 打扰;使烦恼

It really bugs me when people come around without calling first. 有些人不先打电话就来,实在讨厌。

It just bugs me that I have to work so many extra hours for no extra money. 我必须加班加点地干这么多小时,却没有额外的工钱,实在让人烦恼。

<16>eyelinern.[C] 描眼膏;眼线笔

French eye-liners are well-known to the world. 法国眼线笔世界有名。

She was wearing thick, black eyeliner. 她描了浓浓的黑色眼线。

<17>tattoon.[C] patterns made by putting ink into the skin 文身

She said she hated to see the tattoo on his arm. 她说她讨厌看见他手臂上的刺纹。

He has a tattoo of a snake on his left arm. 他的左臂刺了一条蛇。

vt.have patterns made by putting ink into the skin 在身上刺文身

He had the words "I love you" tattooed on his chest. 他胸前文着“我爱你”的字样。

The man's left arm was tattooed with a snake. 这男人的左臂刺了一条蛇。

<18>piercevt.make a hole in 穿孔于,打眼于

Many women have pierced their ears. 很多女士都扎了耳朵眼。

Rose underwent emergency surgery after a bullet pierced her lung. 一颗子弹穿了她的肺后,罗斯做了紧急手术。

<19>boltvi.move fast or run away suddenly 奔;窜

The noise of the explosion made the horses bolt. 一声爆响,把那些马吓跑了。

Before I could say a word, she turned and bolted out the front door. 不等我说话,她转身就窜出了前门。

<20>upseta.feeling ill, worried, or anxious 不适的;心烦的;苦恼的

Phone and tell the teacher that you get an upset stomach. 打电话告诉老师你的胃不舒服。

I was quite upset at losing my purse. 我丢了钱包,心里非常不快。

vt.(upset, upset) make sb. worried, anxious, or ill 使心烦;使苦恼;使不适

The news of his son's disappearance upset him. 他儿子失踪的消息使他心烦意乱。

What upsets me most is the fact that she told a lie. 最让我不安的是她撒了谎。

<21>knotn.1. [C] an uncomfortable feeling, esp. in the stomach, caused by fear, anger, etc. 紧张(感);心窝揪紧

a knot of fear 一阵恐惧

There was a knot of tension in his stomach. 他感到一阵紧张。

2. [C] a join made by tying rope, cloth, etc. (绳索、布条等打成的)结

Please tie a knot at the end of rope. 请在绳子的一端打个结。

Can you help me undo the knot? 帮我打开这个结好吗?

<22>awfula.very bad or unpleasant; terrible 糟糕的;可怕的

It would be awful if they found out. 如果他们知道了真相,那就糟了。

I felt awful about not being able to help. 我帮不上忙,心里很难受。

<23>tunen.[C] a number of musical notes that form a pleasing pattern of sound 曲调;旋律

I can't remember the tune of that song. 我记不起那首歌的调子。

I've heard that tune before, but I don't know the words to the song. 我听过这个曲子,但记不起歌词了。

<24> tunelessa.without tune; not having a pleasant tune 不成调的;不悦耳的

A young man walked by, singing a tuneless song. 一个年轻人从身边走过,哼着不成调的歌。

The song is tuneful, but her voice is tuneless. 歌很有旋律,可她的嗓子不动听。

<25>offensivea.causing offence; unpleasant 讨厌的;令人不快的

There are complaints that the advertisement was offensive to women. 有人投诉说这则广告是对女性的冒犯。

There is an offensive smell in the room. 房间里有难闻的气味。

<26>lyricn.[C] (~s) words of a song, esp. a popular song 歌词

I like the lyrics of this song. 我喜欢这首歌的歌词。

He wrote some great music, but the lyrics he wrote weren't that good. 他创作了一些好音乐,但他写的歌词不怎么样。

<27>appealvi.1. (to) attract; interest 使喜欢;吸引

This music is too old-fashioned to appeal to young people any longer. 这音乐太老,不能再吸引年轻人。

The idea of working abroad really appeals to me. 到国外工作对我真的有吸引力。

2. make a strong request for help, support, etc. 恳请;呼吁

The police are appealing to the public for any information about the murder victim. 警方呼吁公众提供有关被害者的情况。

The police have appealed to anyone with information to come forward and talk to them. 警察呼吁所有知情的人来和他们谈谈。

<28>rida.no longer annoyed by sb. or sth. unpleasant or unwanted 摆脱...的

Just give him the money and you can be rid of him. 给他点钱,你就可以摆脱他了。

Take the medicine, and you can get rid of this cold. 把药吃了,感冒就好了。

vt.(rid, rid) make sb. or sth. free from sth. unpleasant or unwanted 使摆脱,使去掉

You must rid yourself of these old-fashioned ideas. 你必须抛掉这些陈旧的观念。

Will science finally rid us of this disease? 科学最终会让我们根除这种疾病吗?

<29> piercing n. [C] a hole made through part of one's body in order to wear jewelry there 刺穿的孔

She has piercings in both of her ears. 她两耳都打了耳朵眼。

Body massage and ear piercing are offered at the small shop. 这家小店提供身体按摩和穿耳孔服务。

<30>negativea.1.bad or harmful 不好的;负面的;消极的

I'm feeling very negative about my job—in fact I'm thinking about finding a new one. 我觉得我的工作很没劲,事实上我正考虑找一份新工作。

All this had a negative effect on my work. 所有这些对我的工作都产生了负面影响。

2.saying or meaning no 否定的

What is the negative form of this word? 这个词的否定形式是什么?

He gave a negative answer without any explanation. 他没有解释,只是给了否定回答。

<31>influencen.[C, U] an effect on sb. or sth. 影响;作用

The fact that he's rich and famous had no influence on our decision. 他有钱有名气,但这不会影响我们的决定。

The parents were worried about the influence of Western films and TV programs on their children. 父母们担心西方电影和电视节目会影响孩子。

vt.have an effect on 影响

You must decide for yourself. Don't let anyone else influence you. 你必须自己决定,别受他人的影响。

How much does TV advertising really influence what people buy? 电视广告对人们购物的影响到底有多少?

<32>patiencen.[U] the quality of being able to remain calm, esp. when there is a difficulty or one has to wait a long time 耐心;忍耐(性)

I'm sorry. I've got no patience with people who don't even try. 对不起,我不能容忍那些连试一下都不肯的人。

This type of medical research requires great patience. 这种医学研究需要极大的耐心。

<33>anchorn.1.[C] sb. or sth. that provides support and a feeling of safety 依靠,靠山

Parents need to be an anchor for their children. 父母应当是孩子的靠山。

Dad was the anchor of the family and I could always go to him for help. 爸爸是家里人的依靠,我随时可以去找他帮忙。

2. [C] a heavy metal object that is dropped into the water from a boat in order to keep the boat in one place 锚

In the morning we weighed anchor and sailed on. 清晨我们起锚继续航行。

We dropped anchor a few yards offshore. 我们在离岸几码远的地方抛锚。

<34>identityn.[C] who or what a person or thing is 身份;本体

To escape the police, he had to conceal his identity. 为了躲避警方,他不得不隐瞒身份。

She applied for a teaching job under a false identity. 她用假身份申请从事教书工作。

Phrases and Expressions

<35>along withtogether with 一起,一道

Along with hundreds of others, she lost her job when the factory closed. 工厂倒闭,她和其他几百名工人一起失去了工作。

The mother was saved from the fire along with her baby. 母亲和婴儿都被从火中救了出来。

<36>turn offstop using a piece of equipment by moving a switch 关闭

Please turn all the lights off as you leave the building; we can't afford to waste power. 离开时请将所有的灯关掉,我们浪费不起电。

She turned off the water, dried herself, and dressed in jeans and a shirt. 她把水关掉,擦干身上的水,然后穿上牛仔裤和衬衫。

<37>burst into1. enter a place suddenly 闯入

She burst into the manager's office and demanded to speak to him. 她冲入经理办公室,要求当面跟他说话。

His partner was so excited about the news that he burst into the room to tell him. 他的伙伴听到这消息非常激动,冲进房间去告诉他。

2. start suddenly 突然开始

She burst into laughter. 她突然笑了起来。

Afterwards, she went straight to the ladies' room and burst into tears. 然后,她径直走进卫生间哭了起来。

<38>over and over again and again; repeatedly 一再,反复

Read the word over and over until you can say it correctly. 一遍一遍地读这个单词,直到你读对了为止。

They kept asking the same question over and over again. 他们反复问同一个问题。

<39>reach formove one's hand or arm in order to touch or hold sth. 伸手去摸;伸手去取

There was no time for me to reach for my gun. 我来不及伸手掏枪。

There was a noise outside, so Bill reached for his flashlight. 比尔听到外面的声响,便伸手去拿手电筒。

<40>turn upincrease the amount of heat, sound, etc. by moving a switch 调大,开大

He turned the heat up because it was very cold inside the house. 他把暖气开大了点,因为屋里非常冷。

Is the sound turned up too loud for you? 你看这声音是否开得太大了?

<41>turn downreduce the amount of heat, sound, etc. by moving a switch 调小,开小

She could not bear the music and turned down the volume. 她受不了这种音乐,于是把音量关小了。

Can you turn the TV down? I'm trying to work. 你能把电视的声音开小点吗?我正想静心工作呢。

<42>as well asin addition to 除...之外;和

He's worked in Japan as well as Italy. 他在日本工作过,也在意大利工作过。

Flowers are chosen for their scent as well as their look. 选花既要闻其香,又要观其色。

<43>turn oncause water, gas, etc. to flow or equipment to operate 打开开关

Please turn on the light for me; it's getting dark. 天黑了,请给我开开灯。

Jack turned on his computer and checked his email. 杰克打开电脑,查看电子邮件。

<44>as usualin the way that happens most of the time 像往常一样,照例

Everything went on as usual, as if nothing had happened. 一切照常进行,好像什么也没发生过。

As usual, they'd left the children at home with the babysitter. 像往常一样,他们将孩子留在家里由保姆看管。

<45>in peace and quietcalmly; in a peaceful state 平静地

I'm tired—can't you just leave me in peace and quiet? 我累了,你不能让我静一静吗?

I wish she would just leave me in peace and quiet so that I can think about the problem without interruption. 我希望她能让我静一静,这样我可以不受干扰,好好想一想这个问题。

<46>wake up (cause to) stop sleeping (使)醒来

Wake up, Jimmy, it's 8: 00. 醒醒,吉米,八点钟了!

I'll wake you up when it's time to leave. 到了走的时候我会叫醒你。

<47>make one's blood boil make sb. angry 使某人生气

Her tuneless music made her father's blood boil. 她那难听的音乐使她父亲很生气。

Whenever I think about it, it makes my blood boil. 我一想起它就生气。

<48>get rid of 1. free oneself from sth. unwanted or unpleasant 摆脱;除去

I've tried all sorts of medicines to get rid of this cold. 为了治好感冒,我已经试了各种药物。

This is an effective way to get rid of weeds. 这是一种除草的有效方法。

2. throw away or destroy sth. that one does not want丢弃;扔掉

We're moving, so we have to get rid of a lot of our old furniture. 我们要搬家,不得不扔掉很多旧家具。

We should encourage the governments of the world to get rid of all nuclear weapons. 我们应该鼓励各国政府销毁所有的核武器。

<49>knots in one's stomachan unpleasant tight feeling 紧张,不安

He said he felt knots in his stomach. 他说他感到不安。

She had knots in her stomach before meeting his parents for the first time. 她第一次见他的父母时感到紧张。

<50>in any caseno matter what happens 无论如何;不管怎样

The cost may be lower than we first thought, but in any case it will still be a lot. 费用也许比我们当初想象的低,但无论如何仍相当可观。

I don't understand why you're against it. In any case, I'm going to try. 我不明白为什么你不同意,无论如何我要试一试。

<51>talk sth. over talk about sth. thoroughly and seriously, esp. in order to settle a problem or reach a decision 商议;讨论

If you're worried about this change of career, why don't you talk it over with your family? 如果你对这次变换职业担心的话,为什么不和家人商量一下呢?

She wanted me to go to her office to talk things over. 她要我到她办公室把事情谈清楚。

Proper Names

<52>Sandy 桑迪(人名)

<53>Steve Finch 史蒂夫·芬奇(人名)

<54>Jane 简(人名)



 

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