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胡敏读故事记单词 体面的入场下

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  [00:00.00]beach-bidding A dog attack
[00:05.30]"I bet our Bereaved1 widow"
[00:10.58]had no idea the beast would one day not listen to her husband."
[00:15.83]Said the Bespectacled inspector2
[00:19.80]as he sipped3 from his hot Beverage4 at the crime scene.
[00:24.66]"That's why I hate big dogs."
[00:28.92]I don't think they have any bias5 towards people who want them
[00:34.27]to be their best friend.
[00:37.51]They just do their bidding and live off their care
[00:42.48]while they are waiting for the right moment to betray them."
[00:47.54]"Well,whether you think the dog knew what he was going to do beforehand or not"
[00:54.80]it was an ugly attack.
[00:58.15]Look at the trail of beads6 that lead down to the beach." Noted7 a policeman.
[01:04.10]"Hmmm.Yes,that is strange."
[01:08.96]Said the inspector as he bent8 down to inspect the wounds on the man
[01:14.71]and then scratched at his Beard.
[01:18.16]"But I don't think the husband was wearing beads."
[01:23.20]He walked back into the house
[01:26.73]past the bellows9 hard at work keeping the furnace running,
[01:32.19]beset with sudden doubt.
[01:35.74]"That was a Beneficial insight." He said to the policeman.
[01:40.78]"I'll be sure to refer to you in the bibliography10 of my report."
[01:46.34]Excuse me ma'am. You're under arrest for the murder of your husband!
[01:52.59]"What?" Said the bewildered woman.
[01:56.74]"Yes, ma'am.You murdered your husband,"
[02:01.10]dragged him out of the house and then made the dog bite and chew him after the fact.
[02:07.87]I know this because of the trail of beads leading to your dead husband
[02:14.03]and the lack of deep life-threatening dog bites on his body."
[02:19.81]"Wow." Said the policeman.
[02:23.36]"This will be a benchmark in your bid to be promoted to chief inspector."
[02:29.29]bilateral11-blunder A clean escape
[02:38.33]Butch had been blundering with the blueprints12 of the factory
[02:43.37]looking for an exit
[02:46.53]when an explosion in the bleaching14 room blasted him out of the main hall,
[02:52.49]through a window and into a patch of rose blossoms.
[02:57.45]As he lay there bleeding only slightly
[03:01.71]he realized that he had been blessed by the blast;
[03:06.07]in the blink of an eye he had been thrown from the scene of the crime
[03:11.11]that he had committed.
[03:14.14]He was also unburned
[03:17.98]by the hot biodegradable bleach13 that had covered his body.
[03:23.62]Bless you St.Peter, he thought.
[03:27.28]He quickly moved to blend into the vegetation even more.
[03:32.24]Policemen had arrived
[03:35.41]and the vegetation blocked them from seeing Butch.
[03:39.85]Thank God the roses were in bloom.
[03:43.61]Without the blooming flowers he would surely have been seen.
[03:48.75]They didn't even hesitate
[03:52.10]as they looked in his direction with blank expressions.
[03:56.96]Butch stared,still amazed at his luck.
[04:01.32]He was no longer bitter at his employers.
[04:05.29]There would be no way they could blame him for the explosion,
[04:09.94]it wasn't his fault.
[04:13.00]And the fire it had started was sure to destroy
[04:17.36]all the evidence of his stealing valuable stockfrom the accountants' office.
[04:23.21]It had not been a bilateral decision with his wife to steal those documents,
[04:28.67]but Butch realized that what was once a bleak15 future was now,
[04:34.63]because of a bizarre accident,like a bill of freedom for Butch.
[04:40.37]He would be able to walk away rich, innocent of any suspicion
[04:45.94]and no longer bound to work with an employer
[04:50.09]that had almost ruined his life and marriage.
[04:54.35]Maybe he wouldn't even tell his wife that he had succeeded
[04:59.31]blunt-breach16 Too much brainstorming17
[05:06.47]"You're wrecking18 my botany experiment!"
[05:10.52]Don't breach the large tank with the soil samples in it!"
[05:15.69]Shawn yelled as he bobbed his head back down behind the booth
[05:21.25]in order to avoid another blunt object
[05:25.62]that was flying across the room like a blur19.
[05:29.77]"I don't care about your stupid plant and soil experiments Said Michelle."
[05:36.33]"There is no longer any bond between us."
[05:40.77]I am sick of all of your Boasting about boring
[05:45.73]into a mountain in Montana to find your bonanza20!"
[05:50.80]"But it's really there!"
[05:54.04]And I can't cancel our flight booking anymore.We have to go!" Shawn yelled back.
[06:00.99]Michelle's only response
[06:04.43]was to bombard him even more with whatever item she could find.
[06:10.49]She had left the boundary of polite conversation hours ago
[06:16.06]and was now bound to make Shawn
[06:20.13]pay for all of the hours of pointless Brainstorming sessions
[06:25.49]he had forced her into for this stupid idea.
[06:30.14]"You can't boycott21 your future, Michelle." Shawn boomed.
[06:36.17]"There is endless Bounty22 there for both of us."
[06:40.61]I know it's a bold adventure,but if we succeed,
[06:45.66]then you can buy all of the brand name clothing you want when we get hack23!"
[06:51.82]"I don't believe you!" Michelle yelled back.
[06:56.29]And then she stopped throwing things and started to cry.
[07:01.15]Shawn crawled out across the border of his safe zone
[07:06.11]and Boosted himself up to look Michelle in the face.
[07:10.97]That was when a huge plate crashed on his head and knocked him out.
[07:16.43]"That was a bonus!" Said Michelle
[07:20.79]as she looked at him on the ground and got up to leave.
[07:25.54]breakthrough-bulky Even for a bee...
[07:34.61]The brood of bees approached the new field of budding flowers with care.
[07:40.56]The breeze had changed and there was a strange smell in the air.
[07:45.53]Something bulky was also here.
[07:49.58]Several bees quickly browsed24 the area
[07:53.70]and noted that the ground was bulging25 in one portion of the field
[07:59.16]close to the brink26 of a cliff.
[08:02.53]This was also the area with the largest amount of flowers,
[08:07.89]so the queen bee let her workers make a breakthrough
[08:12.62]to begin briskly gathering27 nectar.
[08:16.67]It was a brief hesitation28,
[08:20.22]but her breed of bees had always been very careful in choosing new lands.
[08:26.46]Ever since her breach of her mother' s command
[08:30.72]and the subsequent breakup of the bulk of their brood,
[08:35.47]she was even more careful.
[08:39.31]Her authority in this new group was brittle29 and,
[08:44.96]like the fear of a bugbear by all of the young bees,
[08:49.82]all of the worker bees were watching to see if she would lead well.
[08:55.28]She had to budget her commands and earn their respect.
[09:00.13]This was not her day, however.
[09:03.69]Suddenly a bee came back to report
[09:07.94]that the ground was bubbling near the bulging area.
[09:12.39]And then a buck30 sprung out of the forest and ran across the field,
[09:18.26]killing several of her best workers in the process.
[09:23.23]As she flew over to the area with bubbles
[09:27.77]she passed over an old brochure for the brewery31 that was buried beneath.
[09:33.54]She would bear the brunt of the blame
[09:37.20]for the deaths of the bees for not being aware of the buck,
[09:41.85]but at least she could make sure
[09:45.01]no nectar was harvested from the dangerous bubbling area.
[09:50.37]She quickly gathered her brood and moved on.
[09:54.63]Leadership was not easy, even for a bee.
[09:59.48]bunch-can To Catherine!
[10:04.21]The bungalow32 at the edge of campus near the lake
[10:09.20]was not like the burrow33 Mrs.Catherine had lived in previously34.
[10:15.26]Sure the bureaucracy had taken long enough to finally allow her to in,
[10:22.03]and she had had to campaign quite hard.
[10:26.39]It was a quiet location far from the highway bypass,
[10:31.43]close to the cafeteria
[10:35.09]and of better caliber35 than all of the other bungalows36.
[10:39.95]She imagined that she could be happy here,
[10:44.81]at least for as long as she could avoid any calamity37
[10:50.16]like the hushfire that had chased her from her last home.
[10:55.52]She had never calculated that a move would be so exhausting
[11:01.47]and she collapsed38 in her bed.
[11:05.03]As she looked out of the window
[11:08.55]she saw a buoy39 in the water that she had never seen before.
[11:15.00]Suddenly a bunch of young children burst past her window buzzing with excitement.
[11:22.76]They stripped off their clothing
[11:26.32]and jumped in the water to swim around the buoy she had just noticed.
[11:31.88]Soon her beautiful lawn resembled an abandoned campsite
[11:37.84]with cans thrown everywhere.
[11:41.49]She looked up at the calendar and moaned: it was Spring Break.
[11:47.34]As she looked at the buoyant children on the water,
[11:52.18]the crowd in her lawn burgeoned40 into a regular party.
[11:57.51]She had never taken into her calculations that other people
[12:03.17]might like the peacefulness of her new bungalow at all.
[12:08.92]But she decided41 to play along,got her swimsuit on,
[12:14.38]and went out and joined the party.
[12:18.04]Soon guests and new friends were going in and out of her home
[12:25.12]and Mrs.Catherine was happier than ever.
[12:29.06]A by-product42 of her good sportsmanship and friendliness43
[12:35.93]was that her name became the buzzword for swimming at this location.
[12:41.68]cancel-catalogue A caption44 to love
[12:47.32]When the caravan45 captain captured Lucy he had no idea
[12:54.27]that she would soon become the top candidate to be his wife.
[12:59.23]She was the casualty of a small battle over cargo46
[13:04.09]that he had had at the last town.
[13:08.35]He had killed those who had fought with him,
[13:12.61]carving them up into little pieces
[13:16.45]to be fed to the carnivores that always followed his train.
[13:22.01]Casting his eyes to the horizon he had seen them coming already.
[13:28.46]When he looked back he noticed
[13:32.02]the former grocery store cashier hiding behind a pile of canes47.
[13:38.49]He pulled out his canteen to offer her water.
[13:43.25]when she came out to accept he grabbed her.
[13:47.51]She had been his captive ever since.
[13:51.27]As they rode away he watched the animals eat the meat of the dead.
[13:56.73]Some,in their hunger for meat,even cannibalized some of their own.
[14:02.89]They were capable of anything,the captain thought,just as I am.
[14:08.64]He catalogued this thought in his head
[14:12.58]like an entry in a capsule to be viewed at another time.
[14:17.55]The caption he placed in his head under this thought was,
[14:23.01]'animals with unlimited48 capacity'.
[14:27.37]Then he looked at Lucy.
[14:30.53]She was beautiful and over the last several weeks of traveling across the desert
[14:36.46]he saw that she had a truly carefree spirit.
[14:40.93]This attracted him and he canceled his ownership of her to make him his wife.
[14:47.46]Lucy loved him in return.
[14:51.59]The captain's caption for Lucy was "capacity to forgive and love her captor"
[14:59.55]It was the beginning of a beautiful relationship.
[15:04.10]catastrophe49-certificate A father found
[15:13.35]Mark met his father for the first time
[15:17.60]at the centennial celebration of the cathedral's construction.
[15:23.38]Mark was catering50 for the calehrity-filled ceremony
[15:29.02]when he heard a caustic51 voice.
[15:32.78]There,standing only three meters away was a man with a catching52 young woman
[15:40.15]He was talking on his cellular53 phone
[15:44.51]about delivering some certificate as soon as possible.
[15:49.47]"No, we need it now. How can we celebrate without the main award?"
[15:56.24]Yes.I know the Bishop54 has been censured55 officially,
[16:01.59]but this event is not about him.
[16:05.36]I run the biggest cement company in Germany...,
[16:10.40]no,not a ceramic56 company,you idiot!...
[16:15.36]and I am the presiding president of the central committee.
[16:20.32]You get that certificate here now,
[16:24.08]or you will cease to have your job. Do you understand?
[16:29.13]Don't make this a catastrophe or I'll make your life hell!
[16:33.99]Mark looked in amazement57.
[16:37.46]He knew that this was his father based on what his mother had told him.
[16:43.10]But Mark knew that he should proceed with cautiom.
[16:47.96]His father was in a whole other category of people.
[16:52.72]Mark's mother was just a worker as was he.
[16:57.29]His father might not even remember her!
[17:01.54]But Mark was not so cautious.
[17:05.31]He approached the man,said who he was and waited for his father's response.
[17:11.97]His father stared in surprise and then burst out in tears.
[17:19.13]He wrapped his arms around Mark
[17:22.57]and said that he had been looking for him and his mother for years.
[17:28.45]He had even searched every census,all to no avail.
[17:33.91]Now they were reunited.
[17:37.46]The catching young woman smiled as well.
[17:42.61]His father introduced her and said,"This is your half sister.
[17:48.56]Welcome to a new family, young man!
[17:52.40]certification-chick The death of a loser
[17:58.86]The charcoal59 wiped across Big A1's face certified60
[18:06.90]that he was serious about fighting Terence here and now.
[18:12.34]There was no more charity in Big A1's face
[18:16.57]and his charm had all but disappeared.
[18:20.62]Chaos was all that was in his eyes
[18:24.59]and there was no charter stating what would be allowed
[18:30.05]and not allowed in the fight:it would be 'anything goes.'
[18:35.69]This was one bad character; some long dead gladiator
[18:41.57]was probably being channeled into him even now.
[18:46.11]There was also no doubt in Terence's mind that Big A1 was Lisa's champion.
[18:52.67]Big A1 cherished her more than Terence did,
[18:57.53]and that was all that mattered to Lisa.
[19:01.37]She was one chic58 who only wanted to be loved by the biggest man.
[19:07.04]And she knew Terrance was no challenge for Big AI.
[19:11.58]Big A1 charged.
[19:15.66]He hit Terence like a chartered bus and as Terence fell to the ground
[19:21.61]he saw the mental checklist of things he still had to do in life disappear.
[19:27.78]He felt cheated.
[19:30.73]But this was just characteristic of his life:
[19:35.09]whenever he thought things were going well,that was when they would end.
[19:40.55]He had even given Lisa a baby chick that morning
[19:45.20]to show her that he thought she was the coolest.
[19:49.43]She loved it and chattered61 that he was so sweet.
[19:53.80]When Terence's death certificationarrived at Lisa's door the following week,
[20:00.14]she placed it at the bottom of the chicken cage that he had given her.
[20:05.11]Then she went and hugged the Doberman Pinscher from Big AI.


1 bereaved dylzO0     
adj.刚刚丧失亲人的v.使失去(希望、生命等)( bereave的过去式和过去分词);(尤指死亡)使丧失(亲人、朋友等);使孤寂;抢走(财物)
  • The ceremony was an ordeal for those who had been recently bereaved. 这个仪式对于那些新近丧失亲友的人来说是一种折磨。
  • an organization offering counselling for the bereaved 为死者亲友提供辅导的组织
2 inspector q6kxH     
  • The inspector was interested in everything pertaining to the school.视察员对有关学校的一切都感兴趣。
  • The inspector was shining a flashlight onto the tickets.查票员打着手电筒查看车票。
3 sipped 22d1585d494ccee63c7bff47191289f6     
v.小口喝,呷,抿( sip的过去式和过去分词 )
  • He sipped his coffee pleasurably. 他怡然地品味着咖啡。
  • I sipped the hot chocolate she had made. 我小口喝着她调制的巧克力热饮。 来自辞典例句
4 beverage 0QgyN     
  • The beverage is often colored with caramel.这种饮料常用焦糖染色。
  • Beer is a beverage of the remotest time.啤酒是一种最古老的饮料。
5 bias 0QByQ     
  • They are accusing the teacher of political bias in his marking.他们在指控那名教师打分数有政治偏见。
  • He had a bias toward the plan.他对这项计划有偏见。
6 beads 894701f6859a9d5c3c045fd6f355dbf5     
n.(空心)小珠子( bead的名词复数 );水珠;珠子项链
  • a necklace of wooden beads 一条木珠项链
  • Beads of perspiration stood out on his forehead. 他的前额上挂着汗珠。
7 noted 5n4zXc     
  • The local hotel is noted for its good table.当地的那家酒店以餐食精美而著称。
  • Jim is noted for arriving late for work.吉姆上班迟到出了名。
8 bent QQ8yD     
  • He was fully bent upon the project.他一心扑在这项计划上。
  • We bent over backward to help them.我们尽了最大努力帮助他们。
9 bellows Ly5zLV     
n.风箱;发出吼叫声,咆哮(尤指因痛苦)( bellow的名词复数 );(愤怒地)说出(某事),大叫v.发出吼叫声,咆哮(尤指因痛苦)( bellow的第三人称单数 );(愤怒地)说出(某事),大叫
  • His job is to blow the bellows for the blacksmith. 他的工作是给铁匠拉风箱。 来自辞典例句
  • You could, I suppose, compare me to a blacksmith's bellows. 我想,你可能把我比作铁匠的风箱。 来自辞典例句
10 bibliography NNzzM     
  • There is a useful bibliography at the end of each chapter.在每一章后附有一份有用的参考书目。
  • The production of this bibliography is totally automated.这个目录的编制过程全是自动化的。
11 bilateral dQGyW     
  • They have been negotiating a bilateral trade deal.他们一直在商谈一项双边贸易协定。
  • There was a wide gap between the views of the two statesmen on the bilateral cooperation.对双方合作的问题,两位政治家各自所持的看法差距甚大。
12 blueprints 79424f10e1e5af9aef7f20cca92465bc     
n.蓝图,设计图( blueprint的名词复数 )
  • Have the blueprints been worked out? 蓝图搞好了吗? 来自《现代汉英综合大词典》
  • BluePrints description of a distributed component of the system design and best practice guidelines. BluePrints描述了一个分布式组件体系的最佳练习和设计指导方针。 来自互联网
13 bleach Rtpz6     
  • These products don't bleach the hair.这些产品不会使头发变白。
  • Did you bleach this tablecloth?你把这块桌布漂白了吗?
14 bleaching c8f59fe090b4d03ec300145821501bd3     
  • Moderately weathered rock showed more intense bleaching and fissuring in the feldspars. 中等风化岩石则是指长石有更为强烈的变白现象和裂纹现象。
  • Bleaching effects are very strong and show on air photos. 退色效应非常强烈,并且反映在航空象片上。
15 bleak gtWz5     
  • They showed me into a bleak waiting room.他们引我来到一间阴冷的会客室。
  • The company's prospects look pretty bleak.这家公司的前景异常暗淡。
16 breach 2sgzw     
  • We won't have any breach of discipline.我们不允许任何破坏纪律的现象。
  • He was sued for breach of contract.他因不履行合同而被起诉。
17 brainstorming 5x8zb5     
  • With Brainstorming, treat the view on how to solve the problem rightly. 利用脑激励法(Brainstorming),正确对待学生实验中的问题解决观。
  • We are going to do some brainstorming soon. 我们很快就要做些脑力激荡。
18 wrecking 569d12118e0563e68cd62a97c094afbd     
  • He teed off on his son for wrecking the car. 他严厉训斥他儿子毁坏了汽车。 来自《简明英汉词典》
  • Instead of wrecking the valley, the waters are put to use making electricity. 现在河水不但不在流域内肆疟,反而被人们用来生产电力。 来自辞典例句
19 blur JtgzC     
  • The houses appeared as a blur in the mist.房子在薄雾中隐隐约约看不清。
  • If you move your eyes and your head,the picture will blur.如果你的眼睛或头动了,图像就会变得模糊不清。
20 bonanza ctjzN     
  • Bargain hunters enjoyed a real bonanza today.到处买便宜货的人今天真是交了好运。
  • What a bonanza for the winning ticket holders!对于手持胜券的人来说,这是多好的运气啊。
21 boycott EW3zC     
  • We put the production under a boycott.我们联合抵制该商品。
  • The boycott lasts a year until the Victoria board permitsreturn.这个抗争持续了一年直到维多利亚教育局妥协为止。
22 bounty EtQzZ     
  • He is famous for his bounty to the poor.他因对穷人慷慨相助而出名。
  • We received a bounty from the government.我们收到政府给予的一笔补助金。
23 hack BQJz2     
  • He made a hack at the log.他朝圆木上砍了一下。
  • Early settlers had to hack out a clearing in the forest where they could grow crops.早期移民不得不在森林里劈出空地种庄稼。
24 browsed 86f80e78b89bd7dd8de908c9e6adfe44     
v.吃草( browse的过去式和过去分词 );随意翻阅;(在商店里)随便看看;(在计算机上)浏览信息
  • I browsed through some magazines while I waited. 我边等边浏览几本杂志。 来自辞典例句
  • I browsed through the book, looking at page after page. 我翻开了一下全书,一页又一页。 来自互联网
25 bulging daa6dc27701a595ab18024cbb7b30c25     
膨胀; 凸出(部); 打气; 折皱
  • Her pockets were bulging with presents. 她的口袋里装满了礼物。
  • Conscious of the bulging red folder, Nim told her,"Ask if it's important." 尼姆想到那个鼓鼓囊囊的红色文件夹便告诉她:“问问是不是重要的事。”
26 brink OWazM     
  • The tree grew on the brink of the cliff.那棵树生长在峭壁的边缘。
  • The two countries were poised on the brink of war.这两个国家处于交战的边缘。
27 gathering ChmxZ     
  • He called on Mr. White to speak at the gathering.他请怀特先生在集会上讲话。
  • He is on the wing gathering material for his novels.他正忙于为他的小说收集资料。
28 hesitation tdsz5     
  • After a long hesitation, he told the truth at last.踌躇了半天,他终于直说了。
  • There was a certain hesitation in her manner.她的态度有些犹豫不决。
29 brittle IWizN     
  • The pond was covered in a brittle layer of ice.池塘覆盖了一层易碎的冰。
  • She gave a brittle laugh.她冷淡地笑了笑。
30 buck ESky8     
  • The boy bent curiously to the skeleton of the buck.这个男孩好奇地弯下身去看鹿的骸骨。
  • The female deer attracts the buck with high-pitched sounds.雌鹿以尖声吸引雄鹿。
31 brewery KWSzJ     
  • The brewery had 25 heavy horses delivering beer in London.啤酒厂有25匹高头大马在伦敦城中运送啤酒。
  • When business was good,the brewery employed 20 people.在生意好的时候,这家酿造厂曾经雇佣过20人。
32 bungalow ccjys     
  • A bungalow does not have an upstairs.平房没有上层。
  • The old couple sold that large house and moved into a small bungalow.老两口卖掉了那幢大房子,搬进了小平房。
33 burrow EsazA     
  • Earthworms burrow deep into the subsoil.蚯蚓深深地钻进底土。
  • The dog had chased a rabbit into its burrow.狗把兔子追进了洞穴。
34 previously bkzzzC     
  • The bicycle tyre blew out at a previously damaged point.自行车胎在以前损坏过的地方又爆开了。
  • Let me digress for a moment and explain what had happened previously.让我岔开一会儿,解释原先发生了什么。
35 caliber JsFzO     
  • They ought to win with players of such high caliber.他们选手的能力这样高,应该获胜。
  • We are always trying to improve the caliber of our schools.我们一直在想方设法提高我们学校的水平。
36 bungalows e83ad642746e993c3b19386a64028d0b     
n.平房( bungalow的名词复数 );单层小屋,多于一层的小屋
  • It was a town filled with white bungalows. 这个小镇里都是白色平房。 来自《简明英汉词典》
  • We also seduced by the reasonable price of the bungalows. 我们也确实被这里单层间的合理价格所吸引。 来自互联网
37 calamity nsizM     
  • Even a greater natural calamity cannot daunt us. 再大的自然灾害也压不垮我们。
  • The attack on Pearl Harbor was a crushing calamity.偷袭珍珠港(对美军来说)是一场毁灭性的灾难。
38 collapsed cwWzSG     
  • Jack collapsed in agony on the floor. 杰克十分痛苦地瘫倒在地板上。
  • The roof collapsed under the weight of snow. 房顶在雪的重压下突然坍塌下来。
39 buoy gsLz5     
  • The party did little to buoy up her spirits.这次聚会并没有让她振作多少。
  • The buoy floated back and forth in the shallow water.这个浮标在浅水里漂来漂去。
40 burgeoned aa469e83f03e8794865101ffd0cbc4a3     
v.发芽,抽枝( burgeon的过去式和过去分词 );迅速发展;发(芽),抽(枝)
  • Willows have burgeoned forth. 柳树已经发芽。 来自《现代汉英综合大词典》
  • The town burgeoned into a city. 这个集镇很快发展成一座城市。 来自辞典例句
41 decided lvqzZd     
  • This gave them a decided advantage over their opponents.这使他们比对手具有明显的优势。
  • There is a decided difference between British and Chinese way of greeting.英国人和中国人打招呼的方式有很明显的区别。
42 by-product nSayP     
  • Freedom is the by-product of economic surplus.自由是经济盈余的副产品。
  • The raw material for the tyre is a by-product of petrol refining.制造轮胎的原材料是提炼汽油时产生的一种副产品。
43 friendliness nsHz8c     
  • Behind the mask of friendliness,I know he really dislikes me.在友善的面具后面,我知道他其实并不喜欢我。
  • His manner was a blend of friendliness and respect.他的态度友善且毕恭毕敬。
44 caption FT2y3     
  • I didn't understand the drawing until I read the caption.直到我看到这幅画的说明才弄懂其意思。
  • There is a caption under the picture.图片下边附有说明。
45 caravan OrVzu     
  • The community adviser gave us a caravan to live in.社区顾问给了我们一间活动住房栖身。
  • Geoff connected the caravan to the car.杰弗把旅行用的住屋拖车挂在汽车上。
46 cargo 6TcyG     
  • The ship has a cargo of about 200 ton.这条船大约有200吨的货物。
  • A lot of people discharged the cargo from a ship.许多人从船上卸下货物。
47 canes a2da92fd77f2794d6465515bd108dd08     
n.(某些植物,如竹或甘蔗的)茎( cane的名词复数 );(用于制作家具等的)竹竿;竹杖
  • Sugar canes eat sweet. 甘蔗吃起来很甜。 来自《简明英汉词典》
  • I saw several sugar canes, but wild, and for cultivation, imperfect. 我还看到一些甘蔗,因为是野生的,未经人工栽培,所以不太好吃。 来自英汉 - 翻译样例 - 文学
48 unlimited MKbzB     
  • They flew over the unlimited reaches of the Arctic.他们飞过了茫茫无边的北极上空。
  • There is no safety in unlimited technological hubris.在技术方面自以为是会很危险。
49 catastrophe WXHzr     
  • I owe it to you that I survived the catastrophe.亏得你我才大难不死。
  • This is a catastrophe beyond human control.这是一场人类无法控制的灾难。
50 catering WwtztU     
n. 给养
  • Most of our work now involves catering for weddings. 我们现在的工作多半是承办婚宴。
  • Who did the catering for your son's wedding? 你儿子的婚宴是由谁承办的?
51 caustic 9rGzb     
  • He opened his mouth to make a caustic retort.他张嘴开始进行刻薄的反击。
  • He enjoys making caustic remarks about other people.他喜欢挖苦别人。
52 catching cwVztY     
  • There are those who think eczema is catching.有人就是认为湿疹会传染。
  • Enthusiasm is very catching.热情非常富有感染力。
53 cellular aU1yo     
  • She has a cellular telephone in her car.她的汽车里有一部无线通讯电话机。
  • Many people use cellular materials as sensitive elements in hygrometers.很多人用蜂窝状的材料作为测量温度的传感元件。
54 bishop AtNzd     
  • He was a bishop who was held in reverence by all.他是一位被大家都尊敬的主教。
  • Two years after his death the bishop was canonised.主教逝世两年后被正式封为圣者。
55 censured d13a5f1f7a940a0fab6275fa5c353256     
v.指责,非难,谴责( censure的过去式 )
  • They were censured as traitors. 他们被指责为叛徒。 来自辞典例句
  • The judge censured the driver but didn't fine him. 法官责备了司机但没罚他款。 来自辞典例句
56 ceramic lUsyc     
  • The order for ceramic tiles has been booked in.瓷砖的订单已登记下来了。
  • Some ceramic works of art are shown in this exhibition.这次展览会上展出了一些陶瓷艺术品。
57 amazement 7zlzBK     
  • All those around him looked at him with amazement.周围的人都对他投射出惊异的眼光。
  • He looked at me in blank amazement.他带着迷茫惊诧的神情望着我。
58 chic iX5zb     
  • She bought a chic little hat.她买了一顶别致的小帽子。
  • The chic restaurant is patronized by many celebrities.这家时髦的饭店常有名人光顾。
59 charcoal prgzJ     
  • We need to get some more charcoal for the barbecue.我们烧烤需要更多的碳。
  • Charcoal is used to filter water.木炭是用来过滤水的。
60 certified fw5zkU     
  • Doctors certified him as insane. 医生证明他精神失常。
  • The planes were certified airworthy. 飞机被证明适于航行。
61 chattered 0230d885b9f6d176177681b6eaf4b86f     
(人)喋喋不休( chatter的过去式 ); 唠叨; (牙齿)打战; (机器)震颤
  • They chattered away happily for a while. 他们高兴地闲扯了一会儿。
  • We chattered like two teenagers. 我们聊着天,像两个十多岁的孩子。
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