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Chicago

 

scene 1

Roxie Hart is a chorus girl with hopes of being a headliner in Vaudeville1. Velma Kelly is a former headliner. They are both jailed as the murderesses.

 

(Music: Five, six, seven, eight.)

Roxie: Oh, Miss Kelly! Hey listen, can I ask you somethin’? You know that Harrison guy? Well, he said that what I've done is a hanging case and that he's prepared to ask for the 1)maximum 2)penalty.

Kelly: Yeah? So?

Roxie: So, I'm scared. (Nervous laugh) Sure would appreciate some advice, especially from someone I admire as much as you. See, since I can remember, I have wanted to be on the stage.

Kelly: Really? What's your talent, washing and drying? 

Roxie: No. No, no. I, I dance in the 3)chorus. 

Kelly: Oh.

Roxie: Well, that was before I met my husband, Amos...

Kelly: Look honey, want some advice? Here it is, direct from me to you: 4)keep your paws off my underwear. OK?

Roxie: Yeah, OK. Thanks... for nothing!

 

 

Scene 2

Kelly is 5)aloof2 to Roxie, though 6)Matron Morton offers Roxie an opportunity of representation by 7)slick Chicago lawyer Billy Flynn.

 

Morton: She's something, ain't she? I tell ya, no matta how big she gets, she's still as common as ever. I'd like to help you... 8)dearie. 9)Take a load off. So, what do you figure on using for 10)grounds?

Roxie: What grounds?

Morton: What are you gonna tell a 11)jury?

Roxie: I jus' figure I'd tell 'em the truth.

Morton: The truth?

Roxie: Yeah.

Morton: That's a one-way ticket to the death house. 

Roxie: Holy Mother of God!

Morton: Oh, relax. I mean, in this town, murder's a form of entertainment. Besides, in 47 years, Cook County ain't never hung a woman yet. So the 12)odds4 are 47 to 1 that they won't hang you. 

Roxie: Jesus, Mary and Joseph!

Morton: You talkin’ to the wrong people. What you need is Billy Flynn. 

Roxie: Who?

Morton: Billy Flynn. He's only the best criminal lawyer in all of Illinois. Telling ya, what he don't know about juries and women....

Roxie: How do you get this Billy Flynn?

Morton: Well, not by prayin’ dearie. First you give me a hundred dollars. Then I'll make a phone call. 

Roxie: A hundred dollars?! Will you just... I mean... seems pretty steep for a phone call. 

Morton: Oh, but he's worth every cent. I mean he's never lost a case for a female client yet. And with a sweet little 13)puss like you, as well... let's just say justice ain't so blind in Chicago. 

Roxie: He's never lost a case? 

Morton: Never! Every girl in this place would kill to have Billy Flynn represent 'em. 

(Music: We want Billy....)

MC: Ladies and gentlemen, presenting the silver-tongued the prince of the 14)courtroom: the one, the only, BILLY FLYNN!

Billy: (Sings) I don't care about expensive things. Cashmere coats, diamond rings, don't mean a thing. All I care about is love.

Chorus: That's what he's here for.

Billy: (Sings) I don't care for wearin’ silk 15)cravats. 16)Ruby6 17)studs, 18)satin 19)spats, don't mean a thing. All I care about is love.

Chorus: All he cares about is love.

Billy: (Sings) Give me two eyes of blue, softly saying...

Chorus: I need you!

Billy: (Sings) Let me see her standin’ there, and, honest mister, I'm a millionaire!

 

 

Scene 3

Billy is more a showbiz PR agent than a legal lawyer and 20)manipulates the 21)tabloids9 into thinking Roxie is no more than an innocent "good time girl" who took the wrong path, than a scheming murderess.

 

Billy: Alright. This is what we're gonna do. By the end of the week, I'm gonna have Roxie's name on the front page of every newspaper in town. "Sweetest Little Jazz Killer10 Ever Been in Chicago"--- that's the angle I'm after. We make an announcement, we're gonna have an 22)auction11. Tell 'em we gotta raise some money for the defense12. They'll buy everything she's ever touched---everything: your shoes, your dresses, your perfume, your underwear.

Roxie: 23)Victrola records, like the one I was playing when I shot the bastard13. 

Billy: I didn't hear that.

Roxie: Not that I didn't have grounds, mind you. Hey, what are they?

Billy: That's for when we go to trial. Look, nobody, NOBODY's gonna care a lick what your defense is unless they care about you. So the first thing we gotta do is work up some sympathy from the press. And they're not all 24)pushovers like Mary Sunshine. But, there's one thing that they can never resist, and that is, a reformed sinner. Alright, so tell me, who was your favorite subject in school?

Roxie: Thaowfth! That was a real dull ...

Billy: Now, come on, there musta' been something you're really good at.

Roxie: Oh, I got high marks in 25)courtesy and, ahh, 26)hygiene14.

Billy: Perfect. You wanted to be a 27)nun15.

Roxie: (Laughter) A nun?!

Billy: Where were you born?

Roxie: On a chicken farm outside of Lubbock. 

Billy: Beautiful southern home filled with every luxury and 28)refinement16. Were your parents home?

Roxie: Probably on the front porch in their rocking chairs.

Billy: Parents dead! Family fortune swept away! You were educated at the Sacred Heart...

Roxie: (Laughter)

Billy: ...then you fell into a 29)runaway17 marriage--left you miserable18, alone, unhappy. And of course, you got all swept up in the mad world of the city - jazz, 30)cabarets, liquor. You were drawn19, like a moth3 to the flame.

Roxie: A moth...

Billy: An’ now the mad world has ceased, and you are a butterfly, 31)crushed on the wheel....

Roxie: Doh! Which is it? Is it the moth or the butterfly?

Billy: You have sinned! And you're sorry!

Roxie: God, that's beautiful!

Billy: Cut out "God". Stay where you're better 32)acquainted.

(At the Press Conference.)

Billy: Ladies and gentlemen, Miss Sunshine: My client has just entered a plea of not guilty. We look forward to a trial at the earliest possible date. Now, are there any questions? (The press shout questions.) Miss Sunshine.

Sunshine: As you know, my paper is dry. Do you have any advice for young girls seeking to avoid a life of jazz and drink?

Billy: Absolutely. Yes, Mrs. Hart feels that it was the tragic20 combination of liquor and jazz which led to her 33)downfall. Next question please....

Roxie: Ladies and gentlemen. I would just like to say how flattered I am that y'all came to see me. 

Billy: Mrs. Hart is very pleased...

Roxie: Ya see, I was a moth, crushed on the wheel, you know, a butterfly, drawn to the... to the ... (sigh). I bet you want to know why I shot the bastard.

Billy: Shut up, dummy21.

MC: Mr. Billy Flynn and the press conference 34)rag! Notice how his mouth never moves... almost.

(Billy decides for Roxie what to answer the press.)

Press 1: Where'd ya come from?

Billy: Mississippi.

Press 2: And your parents?

Billy: Very wealthy.

Press 3: Where are they now?

Billy: Six feet under, but she was granted one more start: the 35)convent of the Sacred Heart.

Press 4: When'd ya get here?

Billy: Nineteen twenty.

Press 5: How old were you?

Billy: Don't remember.

Press 6: Then what happened?

Billy: I met Amos and he stole my heart away; convinced me to elope one day...

Sunshine: Understandable. Understandable. 

S & Billy: Yes, it's perfectly22 understandable. Comprehensible. Comprehensible. Not a bit reprehensible23. It's so 36)defensible.

 

Scene 4

The tabloids go crazy for the new girl on the cellblock, and Roxie finally becomes a star.

 

Newsman: Move over, 37)Al Capone. The Windy City has taken a new criminal to its heart. The name on everybody's lips is Roxie Hart, the sweetest little lady ever accused of murder in Chicago. Women wanna look like her. Fellas wanna go out with her. Some little girls even wanna take her home. Don't get any ideas, little lady. On the other side of town, the Assistant D.A. promises the keen little sharpshooter will swing before the year is out.

D.A.: She'll swing before the year is out.

Newsman: Who knows? If he lives up to his word, Assistant D.A. Harrison might become Governor Harrison some day. Back at the scene of the crime, everybody wants a little piece of Roxie Hart. This jar of cold cream set her husband back twenty dollars! Maybe this pretty little lady will get some of that famous "Roxie Style". It seems everybody, these days, is rooting for, Roxie Hart.

 

 

Scene 5

Being set innocent, Roxie is soon forgotten by the press. To bring back the press’ attention, she allies with her old competitor Kelly Velma.

 

Kelly: You know, you're really pretty good.

Roxie: Yeah, that and a dime24. What're you doin' here?

Kelly: I heard you've been er, makin’ the rounds.

Roxie: Yeah, well if it was up to you, I'd be swinging by now. 

Kelly: Come on. I always knew Billy'd get you off. You should learn how ta put things behind ya. 

Roxie: Oh, thank you. I'll put that at the top of my list right after finding a job and an apartment with a john. 

Kelly: Just shut up and listen to me! 

Roxie: You really are somethin’ comin’ in here like... like some goddamn queen bee all full of advice for a poor slob like me. Well let me tell you somethin’ Miss Velma Kelly. I got a new life now, and one of the best things about it is, it don't include you!

Kelly: Fine. I just thought we could help each other out.

Roxie: Well, you thought wrong, didn't ya? 

Kelly: Hello, look. Listen to me, I talked to this guy downtown. He said one jazz killer's nothing these days... But two... We can make a couple a hundred a week. Think about it, Roxie. Our faces back in the papers, our names on the 38)marquee, "Velma Kelly and Roxie Hart" 

Roxie: Shouldn't it be 39)alphabetical25?

Kelly: That could work...couple a hundred. Maybe we could ask for a thou? We're worth it.

Roxie: (Hesitates) Forget it. It'd never work. 

Kelly: Why not?!

Roxie: 'Cause I hate you! 

Kelly: (Challenges Roxie) There's only one business in the world where that's no problem at all. 

(In the last scene, the two finally get what they both want: freedom and fame.)

 

 

芝加哥

场景一:

洛茜·哈特是一名普通的歌舞演员,她一心想在歌舞厅出人头地。而威尔玛·凯丽曾是红极一时的明星。她们俩均因谋杀罪名锒铛入狱。

(音乐:五,六,七,八。)

洛茜:哦,凯丽小姐!嗨,我能跟你谈谈吗?你认不认识叫哈里森的那个人?唔,他说我的案子是要判绞刑的,他准备请求最大限度的补偿金。

凯丽:是吗?那又怎样?

洛茜:所以我很害怕。(紧张地笑)我很想听一些意见,特别是你这样让我崇拜的人。你明白吗,自从我懂事以来,就一直想登台演出。

凯丽:是吗?你有什么天分呢?洗衣干衣?

洛茜:不。不不,我在歌舞团跳舞。

凯丽:噢。

洛茜:这个,那是我遇到我丈夫阿莫斯之前的事了……

凯丽:亲爱的,你想听意见对吧?我就直接给你说说我的意见好了:你的手别碰脏了我的内衣。知道了吗?

洛茜∶是,好的。谢谢你……没什么好谢的。

 

场景二:

尽管凯丽对洛茜很冷淡,不过女狱长莫顿却给洛茜找了个机会--让巧舌如簧的芝加哥律师比利做洛茜的代理人。

莫顿:她很厉害,对不?我告诉你,管她多出名也好,她不过是个普通人。我很想帮你一把……亲爱的。给你排忧解难。说说看,你要用什么理由?

洛茜:什么理由?

莫顿: 你跟陪审团怎么说?

洛茜:我想我只能实话实说。

莫顿:实话实说?

洛茜:是啊。

莫顿:那等于弄了张赴黄泉的单程票。

洛茜:我的天哪!

莫顿:哦,放松些。我的意思是,在这城里,杀人就像是一种娱乐形式。再说了,47年来,这里还没有吊死过女犯人。所以说他们不吊死你的机率是471

洛茜:耶稣老天!

莫顿:你的倾诉对象找错了。你该找的是比利·弗林。

洛茜:谁?

莫顿:比利·弗林。他是全伊利诺州最好的犯罪辩护律师。我跟你说,他对陪审团和女人的了解……

洛茜:怎么才能找到这个比利·弗林?

莫顿∶哦,靠祈祷是行不通的,小宝贝。首先,你得交给我一百美元。然后我就打电话。

洛茜:一百美元?!你是不是也……我是说……这电话费似乎不太合理。

莫顿: 噢,他可是物有所值。他为女客户打官司还从没败过一次。至于你这样的甜姐儿嘛……芝加哥的正义是不会瞎了眼的。

洛茜: 他从没打败过一次官司?

莫顿: 没有!这里面的每个女孩都不惜一切地想找他当代理。

(音乐:我们要比利……)

司仪:女士们先生们,欢迎法庭上的雄辩王子:独一无二的比利·弗林!

比利:(唱)我不爱金银珠宝。羊绒外套,钻石戒指,都不在我眼里。我只在乎爱。

合唱: 那正是他在这里的原因。

比利:(唱)绸缎领带,我不爱。宝石纽扣,缎子鞋罩,都不在我眼里。我只在乎爱。

合唱:他只在乎爱。

比利:(唱)带给我一双湛蓝的眼睛,温柔地说声……

合唱:我需要你!

比利:(唱)让我看到她在那里婷婷而立,诚实的先生,那我就变成了百万富翁!

 

场景三:

比起当律师的本行,比利更像是个公关经纪人,他的暗箱操作令各小报信以为真:洛茜原是名安分守己的女子,只不过行差

踏错了一步,她和有预谋的杀人犯相差甚远。

比利:好了。我们要这么做。在本周末前,我要让洛茜的大名出现在城里各大报纸的头版。芝加哥有史以来最美丽的爵士杀手--这是我下手的切入点。我们要发表一次公开讲话,还要进行一次拍卖。告诉记者我们准备给辩护筹钱。大家会一窝蜂地买下她碰过的所有东西--一切东西:你的鞋,你的衣服,你的香水,你的内衣。

洛茜:还有维克多牌唱机,比如我杀了那杂种时正用着的那架。

比利:这句话我当作没听到。

洛茜:可我要提醒你,我还没准备好辩词呢。嗨,我怎么说好?

比利∶那等到我们接受审讯时再想。没人,没有人会关心你的辩词,除非他们关注你。所以我们首先要从媒体那里赚点同情分。他们可并不都像玛利·珊赛那样好打发。但是有一样东西他们是永远抵制不了的,那就是,一名洗心革面的罪人。好了,现在告诉我,你在学校最喜欢什么科目?

洛茜:唔--好难想……

比利:再想想,你一定有什么拿手的科目。

洛茜:噢,我的礼仪得过高分,还有就是……卫生。

比利:太好了。你以前还想当名修女。

洛茜:(笑)当修女?

比利:你在哪出生?

洛茜:在卢巴克外围的一个养鸡场。

比利:是在一个美丽的南方家庭,家里摆满了豪华精品。你父母在家乡吗?

洛茜:可能坐在前廊的摇椅上。

比利:你的父母去世了!家里一贫如洗!你在圣心修道院接受教育……

洛茜:(笑)

比利:……然后你逃了婚--这让你生活得孤苦无依,郁郁寡欢。不过当然了,你受到过这个疯狂的都市世界的一切冲击--爵士乐、歌舞和酒精。你不能自拔,像一只扑火的飞蛾。

洛茜:一只飞蛾……

比利:如今疯狂的世界已经平息下来,你成为一只蝴蝶,被轮子碾碎……

洛茜:唔,是哪只被碾碎?飞蛾还是蝴蝶?

比利:你是有罪的!你感到满心愧疚。

洛茜:老天爷,太动人了!

比利:别说老天爷。表现出你胸有成竹的样子。

(记者招待会上。)

比利∶女士们先生们,珊赛小姐:我的当事人刚刚提出无罪的申诉。我们翘首以盼尽早开庭审案。现在,你们有没有什么问题?(记者们大声地提问。)珊赛小姐。

珊赛∶你也知道,我的报纸是一本正经的。女孩怎样才能远离爵士乐和酗酒的生活方式,对此你有何建议?

比利:有。是的,哈特夫人认为正是爵士乐和酒精的可悲结合,才让她走向深渊。下个问题……

洛茜:女士们先生们。我要说,你们大家的到场使我感到受宠若惊。

比利:哈特夫人非常高兴地……

洛茜∶你们知道,我曾是一只飞蛾,被轮子碾碎了的飞蛾,唔,一只蝴蝶,扑到……到……(叹气)。我打赌你们想知道我为什么要杀了那杂种。

比利:闭嘴,笨蛋。

司仪∶比利·弗林先生和媒体记者的闹剧开演!请注意他的嘴从没动过……几乎没动。

(比利为洛茜决定如何回答记者的问题。)

记者1:你从哪来?

比利:密西西比。

记者2你的父母?

比利:非常富有。

记者3他们现在何处?

比利: 九泉之下,但她得到一个新的转机:去圣心修道院进修。

记者4: 你是什么时候去的?

比利:1920年。

记者5那时你多大?

比利:记不清了。

记者6然后呢?

比利: 我就遇到阿莫斯,他偷去了我的心,说服我和他一起私奔……

珊赛: 事情是可以理解的,可以理解的。

珊赛、比利:是的,完全是可以理解的。可以谅解,可以谅解。丝毫不该受到谴责。辩之有理。

 

场景四:

各家报纸热炒新女囚新闻,洛茜终于成为了公众焦点人物。

新闻报道:大佬要让路了!风城热切关注新犯人。人人都在谈论洛茜·哈特--芝加哥有史以来被指控谋杀罪的最可爱的小姑娘。女人希望模样像她。男人想和她谈恋爱。有的小女孩还想把洛茜带回家。不明所以吧,小姑娘。在芝加哥城的另一处,地区律师助理说这名小杀手在年前一定会给绞死。

律师助理: 她在年前一定会给绞死。

新闻报道: 谁知道?如果哈里森律师助理说话算数的话,他将来就有可能成为哈里森州长。回到犯罪现场,人人都想要洛茜·哈特的一点东西。这个冷霜瓶就让她丈夫赚了20美金!说不定娇小可爱的洛茜·哈特还会引领一阵时尚热潮。这段时间,看来人人都对洛茜·哈特着了魔。

 

场景五:

洛茜被无罪释放后,迅速被媒体冷落。为重新夺回万众瞩目的地位,她和昔日的竞争对手凯丽·威尔玛走到一起。

凯丽:你知道吗,你的表演真不错。

洛茜:对,那又有什么用。你在这做什么?

凯丽:我听说你一直在四处演出。

洛茜:是啊,要是让你来定的话,我现在早给吊死了。

凯丽:好了,我早知道比利迟早会撇下你不顾。你要学会把该忘的忘了。

洛茜:哦,谢谢。等我一找到工作,有了房子和情人,我一定记得把这列在备忘录的头条。

凯丽:你能不能闭嘴听我说话!

洛茜:你亲临此处真让我篷壁生辉……好像你是个混帐蜂王似的,满嘴都是大道理,说给我这个可怜的笨蛋听。我也告诉你,威尔玛·凯丽小姐。我如今有了新生活,这当中最妙不可言的,就是没有你的存在!

凯丽:好吧。我原来还想我们能彼此帮助呢。

洛茜:哦,你可打错了算盘,是不是?

凯丽:喂,听我说,我跟城里的一个家伙聊过。他说现在光一个人跳的爵士舞好看没用了……要双人舞……我们一周就能赚上好几百呢。想想吧,洛茜。我们的头像又回到报纸上,我们的名字打在大幕上威尔玛·凯丽和洛茜·哈特

洛茜∶名字难道不该按字母顺序来排?

凯丽:那也行……几百块。或许我们可以开价一千?我们当之无愧。

洛茜:(犹豫)算了。行不通的。

凯丽:怎么会?

洛茜:因为我恨你!

凯丽:(激她)这世界上只有一件事可以让人无忧无虑。

(在最后一幕中,凯丽和洛茜终于实现了她们的梦想∶自由与名声。)

 

注释:

1) maximum [5mAksimEm] n. 最大量

2) penalty [5penlti] n. 罚款,处罚

3) chorus [5kC:rEs] n. 合唱歌舞队

4) keep off 离开,不碰

5) aloof [E5lu:f] a. 冷淡的

6) matron [5meitrEn] n. 女舍监,女总管

7) slick [slik] a. 聪明的

8) dearie [5diEri] n. 可爱的小宝贝

9) take a load off 排除困难,压力

10) grounds [5^raundz] n. 理由,根据

11) jury [5dVuEri] n. 陪审团,陪审员

12) odds [Cdz] n. 可能的机会,成败的可能性

13) puss [pus] n. 少女

14) courtroom [5kC:tru:m] n. 法庭

15) cravat5 [krE5vAt] n. 领结,领巾

16) ruby [5ru:bi] n. 红宝石

17) stud [stQd] n. 纽扣

18) satin [5sAtin] a. 缎子的

19) spat7 [spAt] n. 鞋罩

20) manipulate [mE5nipjuleit] v. 操控

21) tabloid8 [5tAblCid] n. 小报

22) auction [5C:kFEn] n. 拍卖

23) Victrola [vik5trEulE] n. 手摇电唱机的牌子

24) pushover [5pJFEJvE(r)] n. 容易打败的对手

25) courtesy [5kE:tisi] n. 礼节

26) hygiene [5haidVi:n] n. 卫生学

27) nun [nQn] n. 修女

28) refinement [ri5fainmEnt] n. 精致

29) runaway [5rQnEwei] n. 逃跑

30) cabaret [5kAbErei] n. 歌舞表演

31) crush [krQF] v. 压碾

32) acquainted [E5kweintid] a. 明白的,通晓的

33) downfall [5daunfC:l] n. 衰败,垮台

34) rag [rA^] n. 喧闹

35) convent [5kCnvEnt] n. 女修道院

36) defensible [di5fensEbl] a. 可辩护的

37) Al Capone是芝加哥历史上臭名昭著的一大罪犯

38) marquee [mB:5ki:] n. 大帐幕,大帐篷

39) alphabetical [7AlfE5betikEl] a. 按字母顺序的

 


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1 vaudeville Oizw4     
n.歌舞杂耍表演
参考例句:
  • The standard length of a vaudeville act was 12 minutes.一个杂耍节目的标准长度是12分钟。
  • The mayor talk like a vaudeville comedian in his public address.在公共演讲中,这位市长讲起话来像个歌舞杂耍演员。
2 aloof wxpzN     
adj.远离的;冷淡的,漠不关心的
参考例句:
  • Never stand aloof from the masses.千万不可脱离群众。
  • On the evening the girl kept herself timidly aloof from the crowd.这小女孩在晚会上一直胆怯地远离人群。
3 moth a10y1     
n.蛾,蛀虫
参考例句:
  • A moth was fluttering round the lamp.有一只蛾子扑打着翅膀绕着灯飞。
  • The sweater is moth-eaten.毛衣让蛀虫咬坏了。
4 odds n5czT     
n.让步,机率,可能性,比率;胜败优劣之别
参考例句:
  • The odds are 5 to 1 that she will win.她获胜的机会是五比一。
  • Do you know the odds of winning the lottery once?你知道赢得一次彩票的几率多大吗?
5 cravat 7zTxF     
n.领巾,领结;v.使穿有领结的服装,使结领结
参考例句:
  • You're never fully dressed without a cravat.不打领结,就不算正装。
  • Mr. Kenge adjusting his cravat,then looked at us.肯吉先生整了整领带,然后又望着我们。
6 ruby iXixS     
n.红宝石,红宝石色
参考例句:
  • She is wearing a small ruby earring.她戴着一枚红宝石小耳环。
  • On the handle of his sword sat the biggest ruby in the world.他的剑柄上镶有一颗世上最大的红宝石。
7 spat pFdzJ     
n.口角,掌击;v.发出呼噜呼噜声
参考例句:
  • Her parents always have spats.她的父母经常有些小的口角。
  • There is only a spat between the brother and sister.那只是兄妹间的小吵小闹。
8 tabloid wIDzy     
adj.轰动性的,庸俗的;n.小报,文摘
参考例句:
  • He launched into a verbal assault on tabloid journalism.他口头对小报新闻进行了抨击。
  • He believes that the tabloid press has behaved disgracefully.他认为小报媒体的行为不太光彩。
9 tabloids 80172bf88a29df0651289943c6d7fa19     
n.小报,通俗小报(版面通常比大报小一半,文章短,图片多,经常报道名人佚事)( tabloid的名词复数 );药片
参考例句:
  • The story was on the front pages of all the tabloids. 所有小报都在头版报道了这件事。
  • The story made the front page in all the tabloids. 这件事成了所有小报的头版新闻。
10 killer rpLziK     
n.杀人者,杀人犯,杀手,屠杀者
参考例句:
  • Heart attacks have become Britain's No.1 killer disease.心脏病已成为英国的头号致命疾病。
  • The bulk of the evidence points to him as her killer.大量证据证明是他杀死她的。
11 auction 3uVzy     
n.拍卖;拍卖会;vt.拍卖
参考例句:
  • They've put the contents of their house up for auction.他们把房子里的东西全都拿去拍卖了。
  • They bought a new minibus with the proceeds from the auction.他们用拍卖得来的钱买了一辆新面包车。
12 defense AxbxB     
n.防御,保卫;[pl.]防务工事;辩护,答辩
参考例句:
  • The accused has the right to defense.被告人有权获得辩护。
  • The war has impacted the area with military and defense workers.战争使那个地区挤满了军队和防御工程人员。
13 bastard MuSzK     
n.坏蛋,混蛋;私生子
参考例句:
  • He was never concerned about being born a bastard.他从不介意自己是私生子。
  • There was supposed to be no way to get at the bastard.据说没有办法买通那个混蛋。
14 hygiene Kchzr     
n.健康法,卫生学 (a.hygienic)
参考例句:
  • Their course of study includes elementary hygiene and medical theory.他们的课程包括基础卫生学和医疗知识。
  • He's going to give us a lecture on public hygiene.他要给我们作关于公共卫生方面的报告。
15 nun THhxK     
n.修女,尼姑
参考例句:
  • I can't believe that the famous singer has become a nun.我无法相信那个著名的歌星已做了修女。
  • She shaved her head and became a nun.她削发为尼。
16 refinement kinyX     
n.文雅;高尚;精美;精制;精炼
参考例句:
  • Sally is a woman of great refinement and beauty. 莎莉是个温文尔雅又很漂亮的女士。
  • Good manners and correct speech are marks of refinement.彬彬有礼和谈吐得体是文雅的标志。
17 runaway jD4y5     
n.逃走的人,逃亡,亡命者;adj.逃亡的,逃走的
参考例句:
  • The police have not found the runaway to date.警察迄今没抓到逃犯。
  • He was praised for bringing up the runaway horse.他勒住了脱缰之马受到了表扬。
18 miserable g18yk     
adj.悲惨的,痛苦的;可怜的,糟糕的
参考例句:
  • It was miserable of you to make fun of him.你取笑他,这是可耻的。
  • Her past life was miserable.她过去的生活很苦。
19 drawn MuXzIi     
v.拖,拉,拔出;adj.憔悴的,紧张的
参考例句:
  • All the characters in the story are drawn from life.故事中的所有人物都取材于生活。
  • Her gaze was drawn irresistibly to the scene outside.她的目光禁不住被外面的风景所吸引。
20 tragic inaw2     
adj.悲剧的,悲剧性的,悲惨的
参考例句:
  • The effect of the pollution on the beaches is absolutely tragic.污染海滩后果可悲。
  • Charles was a man doomed to tragic issues.查理是个注定不得善终的人。
21 dummy Jrgx7     
n.假的东西;(哄婴儿的)橡皮奶头
参考例句:
  • The police suspect that the device is not a real bomb but a dummy.警方怀疑那个装置不是真炸弹,只是一个假货。
  • The boys played soldier with dummy swords made of wood.男孩们用木头做的假木剑玩打仗游戏。
22 perfectly 8Mzxb     
adv.完美地,无可非议地,彻底地
参考例句:
  • The witnesses were each perfectly certain of what they said.证人们个个对自己所说的话十分肯定。
  • Everything that we're doing is all perfectly above board.我们做的每件事情都是光明正大的。
23 reprehensible 7VpxT     
adj.该受责备的
参考例句:
  • Lying is not seen as being morally reprehensible in any strong way.人们并不把撒谎当作一件应该大加谴责的事儿。
  • It was reprehensible of him to be so disloyal.他如此不忠,应受谴责。
24 dime SuQxv     
n.(指美国、加拿大的钱币)一角
参考例句:
  • A dime is a tenth of a dollar.一角银币是十分之一美元。
  • The liberty torch is on the back of the dime.自由火炬在一角硬币的反面。
25 alphabetical gfvyY     
adj.字母(表)的,依字母顺序的
参考例句:
  • Please arrange these books in alphabetical order.请把这些书按字母顺序整理一下。
  • There is no need to maintain a strict alphabetical sequence.不必保持严格的字顺。
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