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GRE词汇精选 13-14

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  [00:06.30]deflated             deflect              defoliator           deforestation
[00:15.43]adj.灰心丧气的       v.偏离,转向          n.落叶剂             n.滥伐森林
[00:24.56]deform               defraud              defray               deft1
[00:33.84]v.毁坏形状或外观     v.欺骗某人           v.付款               adj.灵巧的,熟练的
[00:43.13]defunct              defuse                                    defy
[00:51.36]adj.死亡的           v.去掉…的雷管;熄…怒火                   v.违抗,藐视
[00:59.59]degenerate           degrade              dehumanize           deify
[01:09.26]v.退步;堕落          v.降格,降级          v.使失掉人性         v.奉为神;崇拜
[01:18.94]deification          deity                dehydrate            deign2
[01:30.07]n.神化,崇拜          v.神;神性            v.除去水分,脱水      v.屈尊,惠允(做某事)
[01:41.20]dejected             dejection            delectable           delectation
[01:50.82]adj.沮丧的,失望的    n.沮丧,颓丧          adj.赏心悦目的       n.享受,愉快
[02:00.45]delegate             delete               deleterious
[02:07.67]n.代表;v.委派为代表  v.删除               adj.(对身心)有害的,有毒的
[02:14.90]deliberate                                deliberately         delicacy3
[02:22.37]adj.深思熟虑的,故意的v.慎重考虑           adv.故意地,蓄意地    n.细嫩;精致,优雅
[02:29.84]delicate                                  delimit              delineate
[02:36.62]adj.娇嫩的;精致的,优美的                  v.定界,划界          v.描画
[02:43.40]delinquent           delinquency          delirium             delirious4
[02:52.47]adj.疏忽职务的       n.失职,过失          n.精神错乱           adj.精神错乱的
[03:01.55]delude               delusion             deluge               delve5
[03:10.84]v.欺骗,哄骗          n.欺骗,幻想          n.大洪水,暴雨        v.深入探究,钻研
[03:20.12]demagogue            demand               demarcate            demean
[03:30.05]n.蛊惑民心的政客     v.要求,苛求          v.划分,划界          v.贬抑,降低
[03:39.98]demeanour            demented             demise               demobilize
[03:49.30]n.举止,行为          adj.疯狂的           n.死亡;财产转让      v.遣散(军人),复员
[03:58.63]demographic          demography           demolish             demolition6
[04:08.80]n.人口统计学的       n.人口统计学,人口学  n.破坏,拆除          n.破坏,毁坏
[04:18.98]demonstrable         demonstrate          demonstration        demonstrative
[04:29.66]adj.可论证的         v.证明,论证;示威     n.证明,论证          adj.证明性的;喜怒形于色的
[04:40.35]demoralize           demote               demotic              demur7
[04:50.22]v.使士气低落         v.降级,降职          adj.民众的,通俗的    v.表示异议,反对
[05:00.09]demure               demystify            den                  denigrate8
[05:08.41]adj.严肃的,矜持的    v.弄清楚             n.兽穴,窝            v.污蔑,诽谤
[05:16.73]denizen              denominate           denomination9
[05:24.22]n.居民;外籍居民      v.命名,取名          n.命名;(长度,币值的)单位
[05:31.70]denote               denouement           denounce             dent10
[05:40.40]v.表示;指示意义      n.(小说的)结尾,结局  v.指责               n.缺口,凹痕;v.弄凹
[05:49.10]denture              denude               denunciation         deny
[05:57.43]n.假牙               v.脱去,剥蚀,剥夺     n.谴责,斥责          v.否认,否定
[06:05.77]dependable           dependence           dependency           depict11
[06:14.75]adj.可信赖的         n.依赖,信赖          n.依赖,附属国        v.描绘,描画
[06:23.74]deplete              deplore              deploy               deport12
[06:33.26]v.倒空;耗尽          v.悲悼,哀叹          v.展开,部署          v.(将外国人、罪犯等)驱逐出境
[06:42.78]deportation          deportment                                depose13
[06:49.46]n.驱逐出境           n.(尤指少女的)风度,举止                   v.免职;作证
[06:56.13]deposition           depraved             depravity            deprecate
[07:05.60]n.免职;沉积;作证     adj.堕落的,腐化的    n.堕落,恶习          v.反对,轻视
[07:15.07]depreciate           depredation          depress              depressed14
[07:25.05]v.贬低;贬值          n.劫掠,蹂躏          v.消沉,沮丧          adj.消沉的;凹陷的
[07:35.03]depression           deprivation          deprive              depute
[07:44.61]n.忧愁,消沉;数量减少 n.剥夺;缺乏;免职     v.剥夺某人的某事物   v.派…为代表或代理
[07:54.20]deputize             deputy               deracinate           derangement15
[08:03.93]v.代替某人行事或说话 n.代表;副警长        v.根除,杜绝          n.精神错乱
[08:13.66]derelict             dereliction          deride               derision
[08:22.58]adj.荒废的,玩忽职守的n.遗弃,弃置          v.嘲弄,愚弄          n.嘲笑,嘲弄
[08:31.50]derisive             derivation           derivative           dermatologist16
[08:40.88]adj.嘲笑的           n.发展,起源          adj.派生的;无创意的  n.皮肤病专家
[08:50.26]dermatology          derogate             derogatory           desalinize
[08:59.94]n.皮肤(病)学         v.贬低,诽谤          adj.不敬的,诽谤的    v.除去盐分
[09:09.62]descend              descendant           descry               desecrate17
[09:19.39]v.下来,下降          n.后代,后裔          v.远远看到,望见      v.玷辱,亵渎
[09:29.16]desert               deserted             deserter             desertification
[09:39.84]v.放弃,离弃          adj.荒芜的,无人的    n.背弃者,逃亡者      n.沙漠化,土壤贫瘠化
[09:50.52]desertion            deserts              desiccant            desiccate
[10:00.35]n.离弃,遗弃          n.应得到的事物或赏罚 n.干燥剂             v.(使)完全干涸,脱水
[10:10.17]desiccated           desideratum          designation          designer
[10:19.74]adj.干燥的           n.必需品,要求        n.指定;名称,称呼     n.设计者,构思者
[10:29.32]desirable            desirous             desolate             desperado
[10:38.80]adj.值得要的         adj.渴望的           adj.荒凉的,被遗弃的  n.亡命之徒
[10:48.28]desperate            despicable           despise              despoil18
[10:58.46]adj.不顾死活的,拼命的adj.可鄙的,卑劣的    v.鄙视,藐视          v.夺取,抢夺
[11:08.63]despondent           despot               despotism            despotic
[11:17.92]adj.失望的,意气消沉的n.暴君               n.专制,暴政          adj.专横的,暴虐的
[11:27.20]destabilize          destitute            destitution          destructible
[11:36.48]v.破坏……的稳定     adj.贫乏的;穷困的    n.匮乏,穷困          adj.可破坏的
[11:45.75]destruction          destructive          desuetude            desultory19
[11:54.92]n.毁坏,毁灭(的原因)  adj.毁灭性的         n.废止,不用          adj.不连贯的,散漫的
[12:04.09]detached             detachment           detain               detection
[12:13.47]adj.分开的;超然的    n.分离;超然,公开     v.拘留;使延迟        n.查出,探获
[12:22.84]detective            deter                determinant
[12:29.92]n.侦探               v.威慑,吓住          n./adj.决定因素;决定性的
[12:37.00]deterrent
[12:39.58]adj.威慑的,制止的;n.威慑物
[12:42.15]Word List 14
[12:48.91]detergent            deteriorate          detest               detonate
[12:58.34]adj.净化的n.清洁剂   v.(使)变坏,恶化      v.深恶,憎恶          v.(使)爆炸,引爆
[13:07.77]detour               detoxicate           detoxification       detoxify
[13:16.25]n.弯路;绕行之路      n.除毒,解毒          n.解毒               v.解毒
[13:24.73]detraction           detractor            detriment            detrimental20
[13:33.86]n.贬低,诽谤          n.贬低者,诽谤者      n.损害,伤害          adj.损害的,造成伤害的
[13:42.99]detritus             devastate            deviant              deviate21
[13:51.87]n.碎屑;废墟          v.摧毁,破坏          adj.越出常规的       v.越轨,脱离
[14:00.75]devious              deviousness                               devoid22
[14:07.83]adj.不正直的;弯曲的  n.刁滑,不诚实;道路弯曲                    adj.空的,缺少的
[14:14.91]devolve                                   devoted              devotion
[14:21.39]v.(指工作、职务)移交给某人                adj.投入的,热爱的    n.献身;热爱;虔诚
[14:27.87]devotional           devour               dexterity            dexterous23
[14:36.50]adj.献身的,崇拜的    v.吞食;(一口气)读完  n.纯熟,灵巧          adj.灵巧的,熟练的
[14:45.13]diabetes             diabolical           diagnose             diagonal
[14:54.11]n.糖尿病             adj.恶毒的,狠毒的    v.判断,诊断          adj.对角的;n.对角线
[15:03.08]diagram              dialect              diameter             diaphanous24
[15:10.55]n.图解,图表          n.方言               n.直径               adj.(布)精致的,透明的
[15:18.02]diatribe                                  dichotomy            dictate25
[15:24.66]n.(口头或书面猛烈的)抨击                  n.二分(法),本质对立  v.口述;命令
[15:31.29]dictator             dictum               didiactic            didactics
[15:40.17]v.独裁者             n.格言,声明          adj.教诲的;说教的    n.教学法
[15:49.05]die                                       diehard              dietetics26
[15:55.64]n.金属模子,印模(不再是死亡的意思)         n.顽固分子           n.饮食学,营养学
[16:02.22]dietician            differentiate        diffidence           diffident
[16:11.51]n.营养学家           v.辨别,区别          n.缺乏自信           adj.缺乏自信的
[16:20.79]diffuse                                   diffusion            digestion27
[16:27.87]v.散布,(光等)漫射;adj.漫射的,散漫的       n.传播,散布          n.消化,吸收
[16:34.95]digit                                     dignitary            dignity
[16:41.73]n.手指,足趾;数字,数码                     n.显要人物           n.尊严,尊贵
[16:48.51]digress              digressive           dilapidated          dilapidation28
[16:56.93]v.离题               adj.离题的,枝节的    adj.破旧的,倒塌的    n.破旧,荒废
[17:05.36]dilate                                    dilatory             dilemma29
[17:12.08]v.(身体某部位)张大,扩大                   adj.慢吞吞的,磨蹭的  n.困境,左右为难
[17:18.81]dilettante           diligence            dilute               dimension
[17:27.39]n.半瓶醋,业余爱好者  n.勤勉,勤奋          v.把(液体)弄稀,弄淡  n.维度,尺寸
[17:35.97]diminish             diminuendo           diminutive           dimple
[17:43.39]v.变小,变少          n.(音乐,演奏)渐弱    adj.小巧的           n.酒窝,笑靥
[17:50.81]din                  dinghy               dingy                diplomatic
[18:00.25]n.喧闹声,嘈杂声      n.无蓬小船,小艇      adj.肮脏的,褪色的    adj.外交的;圆滑的
[18:09.70]dipsomania           dire                 dirge                disabuse30
[18:18.67]n.嗜酒症             adj.可怕的           n.哀歌;凄凉之曲调    v.打消(某人的)错误念头,纠正
[18:27.64]disaffect            disaffected                               disaffection
[18:35.31]v.使不满,使不忠      adj.(政治上)不满的,叛离的                 n.政治上不满,叛离
[18:42.98]disagreeable         disaggregate         disapprobation       disapproval31
[18:53.45]adj.讨厌的;乖戾的    v.分散;使崩溃        n.反对,非难          n.不赞同,反对
[19:03.93]disarm               disarray             disaster             disastrous32
[19:14.51]v.缴某人的械;使缓和  n.混乱,漫无秩序      n.灾难,大不幸        adj.灾难性的
[19:25.09]disavowal            disband              disbar               disbarment
[19:34.37]n.否认,不承认        v.解散(团体)         v.取消律师资格       n.取消律师资格
[19:43.66]disbelief            disburse             discard              discern
[19:53.34]n.怀疑               v.支付,支出          v.扔掉,抛弃          v.(费劲)识别,看出
[20:03.02]discerning           discernment          discharge            disciple33
[20:12.94]adj.识别力强的       n.眼光,洞察力        v.流出;解雇;履行义务 n.信徒,弟子
[20:22.87]disciplinarian       disclaim             disclose             disclosure
[20:33.40]n.严行纪律的人       v.放弃权利;拒绝承认  v.使某物显露         n.公开,透露
[20:43.92]discography                               discombobulated      discomfit34
[20:52.47]n.唱片分类目录;录音音乐研究               adj.扰乱的,打乱的    v.使懊恼的;使难堪
[21:01.01]discomfited          discomfiture         discomfort           discommode35
[21:10.78]adj.困惑的,尴尬的    n.狼狈,难堪          n.不舒服             v.使为难,使不方便
[21:20.55]discompose           disconcert           disconnected         discontent
[21:29.53]v.使失态,慌张        v.使…尴尬           adj.不连贯的         n.不满意
[21:38.52]discontented         discontentment       discontinuous        discord36
[21:47.35]adj.不满足的         n.不满               adj.不连续的         n.不和,纷争
[21:56.18]discordant           discount             discountenance       discourse37
[22:06.55]adj.不一致的,不调和的n.折扣               v.不赞成,不支持      n.演讲,论述
[22:16.92]discourteous         discredit            discreet             discrepancy38
[22:26.76]adj.不恭的,不敬的    v.怀疑;n.丧失名誉    adj.言行谨慎的       n.不同,矛盾
[22:36.59]discrete             discretion           discretionary        discriminate39
[22:46.22]adj.个别的;不连续的  n.谨慎,审慎          adj.自由决定的       v.区分
[22:55.84]discriminating       discriminatory       discursive           disdain40
[23:06.51]adj.有辨别能力的     n.歧视的,差别待遇的  adj.散漫的,无层次的  n./v.轻视,鄙视
[23:17.19]disdainful           disembark            disembodied          disenchant
[23:28.12]adj.鄙视的           v.(指人)下船或下飞机 adj.无实体的,空洞的  v.对…不再抱幻想,使清醒
[23:39.05]disencumber                               disengage            disengaged
[23:47.32]v.排除(障碍);摆脱(负担)                   v.脱离,解开          adj.空闲的;无公务在身的
[23:55.59]disfavor             disfigure            disfranchise
[24:02.36]n.不喜欢             v.毁容               v.剥夺…的权利(尤指选举权或公民权)
[24:09.14]disfunctional        disgorge             disgrace             disgruntle41
[24:19.32]adj.功能失调的       v.呕出;(水)流走      v./n.出丑,丢脸       v.使不满意
[24:29.49]disguise             disgust              dishearten           disheveled
[24:39.72]v.假扮;掩饰          n.反感,厌恶          v.使…灰心           adj.(指毛发或衣服)凌乱的
[24:49.95]disinclination       disinclined          disinfect            disinfectant
[25:00.07]n.不喜欢;勉强        adj.不愿的           v.杀菌,消毒          n.消毒剂
[25:10.19]disingenuous         disintegrate         disinter             disinterest
[25:21.42]adj.不坦白的,不真诚的v.分裂成小片,瓦解    v.挖出,挖掘          n.无兴趣;冷漠
[25:32.66]disinterested        disjointed           disjunction          disjunctive
[25:43.38]adj.公正的,客观的    adj.脱节的;杂乱的    n.分离,分裂          adj.分离的,相反的
[25:54.10]dislike              dislocate            dislodge             dismal42
[26:04.13]v./n.不喜欢          v.使脱臼;把…弄乱    v.逐出,取出          adj.使人悲伤的,阴沉的
[26:14.16]dismantle            dismay
[26:18.88]v.拆除               n.沮丧,气馁;v.使气馁


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1 deft g98yn     
adj.灵巧的,熟练的(a deft hand 能手)
参考例句:
  • The pianist has deft fingers.钢琴家有灵巧的双手。
  • This bird,sharp of eye and deft of beak,can accurately peck the flying insects in the air.这只鸟眼疾嘴快,能准确地把空中的飞虫啄住。
2 deign 6mLzp     
v. 屈尊, 惠允 ( 做某事)
参考例句:
  • He doesn't deign to talk to unimportant people like me. 他不肯屈尊和像我这样不重要的人说话。
  • I would not deign to comment on such behaviour. 这种行为不屑我置评。
3 delicacy mxuxS     
n.精致,细微,微妙,精良;美味,佳肴
参考例句:
  • We admired the delicacy of the craftsmanship.我们佩服工艺师精巧的手艺。
  • He sensed the delicacy of the situation.他感觉到了形势的微妙。
4 delirious V9gyj     
adj.不省人事的,神智昏迷的
参考例句:
  • He was delirious,murmuring about that matter.他精神恍惚,低声叨念着那件事。
  • She knew that he had become delirious,and tried to pacify him.她知道他已经神志昏迷起来了,极力想使他镇静下来。
5 delve Mm5zj     
v.深入探究,钻研
参考例句:
  • We should not delve too deeply into this painful matter.我们不应该过分深究这件痛苦的事。
  • We need to delve more deeply into these questions.这些是我们想进一步了解的。
6 demolition omezd     
n.破坏,毁坏,毁坏之遗迹
参考例句:
  • The church has been threatened with demolition for years. 这座教堂多年来一直面临拆毀的威胁。
  • The project required the total demolition of the old bridge. 该项目要求将老桥完全拆毁。
7 demur xmfzb     
v.表示异议,反对
参考例句:
  • Without demur, they joined the party in my rooms. 他们没有推辞就到我的屋里一起聚餐了。
  • He accepted the criticism without demur. 他毫无异议地接受了批评。
8 denigrate kZIzz     
v.诬蔑,诽谤
参考例句:
  • It was unkind to denigrate her achievement.贬低她的成就是刻薄的。
  • To assert this is to denigrate the effectiveness of the police.坚持这一点就是贬低警方的办事能力。
9 denomination SwLxj     
n.命名,取名,(度量衡、货币等的)单位
参考例句:
  • The firm is still operating under another denomination.这家公司改用了名称仍在继续营业。
  • Litre is a metric denomination.升是公制单位。
10 dent Bmcz9     
n.凹痕,凹坑;初步进展
参考例句:
  • I don't know how it came about but I've got a dent in the rear of my car.我不知道是怎么回事,但我的汽车后部有了一个凹痕。
  • That dent is not big enough to be worth hammering out.那个凹陷不大,用不着把它锤平。
11 depict Wmdz5     
vt.描画,描绘;描写,描述
参考例句:
  • I don't care to see plays or films that depict murders or violence.我不喜欢看描写谋杀或暴力的戏剧或电影。
  • Children's books often depict farmyard animals as gentle,lovable creatures.儿童图书常常把农场的动物描写得温和而可爱。
12 deport aw2x6     
vt.驱逐出境
参考例句:
  • We deport aliens who slip across our borders.我们把偷渡入境的外国人驱逐出境。
  • More than 240 England football fans are being deported from Italy following riots last night.昨晚的骚乱发生后有240多名英格兰球迷被驱逐出意大利。
13 depose bw6x5     
vt.免职;宣誓作证
参考例句:
  • The witness is going to depose.证人即将宣誓做证。
  • The emperor attempted to depose the Pope.皇帝企图废黜教皇。
14 depressed xu8zp9     
adj.沮丧的,抑郁的,不景气的,萧条的
参考例句:
  • When he was depressed,he felt utterly divorced from reality.他心情沮丧时就感到完全脱离了现实。
  • His mother was depressed by the sad news.这个坏消息使他的母亲意志消沉。
15 derangement jwJxG     
n.精神错乱
参考例句:
  • She began to think he was in mental derangement. 她开始想这个人一定是精神错乱了。
  • Such a permutation is called a derangement. 这样的一个排列称为错位排列。
16 dermatologist dermatologist     
n.皮肤科医师
参考例句:
  • I think you should see a dermatologist first.我想你应当先看皮肤科大夫。
  • The general practitioner referred her patient to a dermatologist.家庭医生把她的病人交给了皮肤科医生。
17 desecrate X9Sy3     
v.供俗用,亵渎,污辱
参考例句:
  • The enemy desecrate the church by using it as a stable.敌人亵渎这所教堂,把它当做马厩。
  • It's a crime to desecrate the country's flag.玷污国旗是犯罪。
18 despoil 49Iy2     
v.夺取,抢夺
参考例句:
  • The victorious army despoil the city of all its treasure.得胜的军队把城里的财宝劫掠一空。
  • He used his ruthless and destructive armies despoil everybody who lived within reach of his realm.他动用其破坏性的军队残暴地掠夺国内的人民。
19 desultory BvZxp     
adj.散漫的,无方法的
参考例句:
  • Do not let the discussion fragment into a desultory conversation with no clear direction.不要让讨论变得支离破碎,成为没有明确方向的漫谈。
  • The constables made a desultory attempt to keep them away from the barn.警察漫不经心地拦着不让他们靠近谷仓。
20 detrimental 1l2zx     
adj.损害的,造成伤害的
参考例句:
  • We know that heat treatment is detrimental to milk.我们知道加热对牛奶是不利的。
  • He wouldn't accept that smoking was detrimental to health.他不相信吸烟有害健康。
21 deviate kl9zv     
v.(from)背离,偏离
参考例句:
  • Don't deviate from major issues.不要偏离主要问题。
  • I will never deviate from what I believe to be right.我绝不背离我自信正确的道路。
22 devoid dZzzx     
adj.全无的,缺乏的
参考例句:
  • He is completely devoid of humour.他十分缺乏幽默。
  • The house is totally devoid of furniture.这所房子里什么家具都没有。
23 dexterous Ulpzs     
adj.灵敏的;灵巧的
参考例句:
  • As people grow older they generally become less dexterous.随着年龄的增长,人通常会变得不再那么手巧。
  • The manager was dexterous in handling his staff.那位经理善于运用他属下的职员。
24 diaphanous uvdxK     
adj.(布)精致的,半透明的
参考例句:
  • She was wearing a dress of diaphanous silk.她穿着一件薄如蝉翼的绸服。
  • We have only a diaphanous hope of success.我们只有隐约的成功希望。
25 dictate fvGxN     
v.口授;(使)听写;指令,指示,命令
参考例句:
  • It took him a long time to dictate this letter.口述这封信花了他很长时间。
  • What right have you to dictate to others?你有什么资格向别人发号施令?
26 dietetics mvDxS     
n.营养学
参考例句:
  • This book makes a significant contribution to dietetics.此书对营养学有很大贡献。
  • You have a bad diet habit and I don't think you know dietetics.你的饮食习惯很差,我认为你对营养学一无所知。
27 digestion il6zj     
n.消化,吸收
参考例句:
  • This kind of tea acts as an aid to digestion.这种茶可助消化。
  • This food is easy of digestion.这食物容易消化。
28 dilapidation pusxz     
n.倒塌;毁坏
参考例句:
  • Yet all this was apart from any extraordinary dilapidation.特别破落的样子倒也找不出。
  • The farmhouse had fallen into a state of dilapidation.农舍落到了破败的境地。
29 dilemma Vlzzf     
n.困境,进退两难的局面
参考例句:
  • I am on the horns of a dilemma about the matter.这件事使我进退两难。
  • He was thrown into a dilemma.他陷入困境。
30 disabuse yufxb     
v.解惑;矫正
参考例句:
  • Let me disabuse of that foolish prejudices.让我消除那个愚蠢的偏见。
  • If you think I'm going to lend you money,I must disabuse you of that wrong idea.你若认为我会借钱给你,我倒要劝你打消那念头。
31 disapproval VuTx4     
n.反对,不赞成
参考例句:
  • The teacher made an outward show of disapproval.老师表面上表示不同意。
  • They shouted their disapproval.他们喊叫表示反对。
32 disastrous 2ujx0     
adj.灾难性的,造成灾害的;极坏的,很糟的
参考例句:
  • The heavy rainstorm caused a disastrous flood.暴雨成灾。
  • Her investment had disastrous consequences.She lost everything she owned.她的投资结果很惨,血本无归。
33 disciple LPvzm     
n.信徒,门徒,追随者
参考例句:
  • Your disciple failed to welcome you.你的徒弟没能迎接你。
  • He was an ardent disciple of Gandhi.他是甘地的忠实信徒。
34 discomfit jlLz6     
v.使困惑,使尴尬
参考例句:
  • He will be particularly discomfited by the minister's dismissal of his plan.部长对他计划的不理会将使他特别尴尬。
  • The opposition leader has regularly discomfited him in parliament.反对派领导人常搞得他在国会中下不来台。
35 discommode aucxO     
v.使失态,使为难
参考例句:
  • We were discommoded by his late arrival.他的迟到给我们添了麻烦。
  • His request discommonded Bertha.他的要求让伯莎为难。
36 discord iPmzl     
n.不和,意见不合,争论,(音乐)不和谐
参考例句:
  • These two answers are in discord.这两个答案不一样。
  • The discord of his music was hard on the ear.他演奏的不和谐音很刺耳。
37 discourse 2lGz0     
n.论文,演说;谈话;话语;vi.讲述,著述
参考例句:
  • We'll discourse on the subject tonight.我们今晚要谈论这个问题。
  • He fell into discourse with the customers who were drinking at the counter.他和站在柜台旁的酒客谈了起来。
38 discrepancy ul3zA     
n.不同;不符;差异;矛盾
参考例句:
  • The discrepancy in their ages seemed not to matter.他们之间年龄的差异似乎没有多大关系。
  • There was a discrepancy in the two reports of the accident.关于那次事故的两则报道有不一致之处。
39 discriminate NuhxX     
v.区别,辨别,区分;有区别地对待
参考例句:
  • You must learn to discriminate between facts and opinions.你必须学会把事实和看法区分出来。
  • They can discriminate hundreds of colours.他们能分辨上百种颜色。
40 disdain KltzA     
n.鄙视,轻视;v.轻视,鄙视,不屑
参考例句:
  • Some people disdain labour.有些人轻视劳动。
  • A great man should disdain flatterers.伟大的人物应鄙视献媚者。
41 disgruntle Sl1zD     
v.使不悦;使不满
参考例句:
  • Their absencedisgruntled him.他们的缺席让他不满。
  • The late dinner disgruntled my father.晚饭太晚让我父亲气恼了。
42 dismal wtwxa     
adj.阴沉的,凄凉的,令人忧郁的,差劲的
参考例句:
  • That is a rather dismal melody.那是一支相当忧郁的歌曲。
  • My prospects of returning to a suitable job are dismal.我重新找到一个合适的工作岗位的希望很渺茫。
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