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胡敏读故事记单词 令人沮丧的门厅中

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  [00:00.00]grave-gym A groan1 or a moan
[00:06.30]Only the husband understood the gravity of the situation.
[00:12.25]Years ago,
[00:15.31]when he,the groom2 had kissed his bride at the end of their wedding ceremony,
[00:21.76]a supposedly groundbreaking moment in their relationship, she had groaned4.
[00:27.92]Everyone thought it was a moan.But he had held a grudge5 ever since.
[00:34.09]Now they had been married for two years
[00:38.82]and he knew that her three hours each night at the gym
[00:44.15]was not just for exercising.
[00:47.91]That was a gross lie
[00:51.75]and he couldn't believe that she didn't know
[00:55.69]that he knew that she was seeing someone else.
[01:00.06]The next night
[01:03.82]when he gullibly6 assented7 to her "going out to exercise",
[01:09.56]he followed and took pictures of her in the grip of another man.
[01:15.21]He grumbled8 all the way home that this was enough grievance9 for a divorce.
[01:21.74]When she returned home that night
[01:25.71]he had a grave expression on his face.
[01:29.65]"I have an ax to grind with you." He said.
[01:35.43]He threw the photos on the table.
[01:39.08]But she was on her guard and didn't look guilty at all.
[01:43.84]"That's my gym coach!" She said.
[01:48.20]"There was a large gust10 of wind and he was just helping11 me not fall.
[01:54.05]I can guarantee that it was totally innocent.
[01:58.88]Oh,and see the paper in his hand with my exercise grid12 for the week?
[02:05.23]Those have all the guidelines for my routine.
[02:10.38]He was just there to give them to me!"
[02:14.01]Even after the plate that her husband then threw grazed her on her head,
[02:20.04]the wife did not change her story.
[02:23.80]But he changed his and decided13 that he had been too hard on her.
[02:29.26]Maybe that groan had been a moan after all?
[02:34.72]habitat-haul Harvest time
[02:43.27]Harvest time was the best time of the year.
[02:49.43]That was when each family would haul in the produce of their hard work
[02:55.67]and fill their habitations with food and celebration.
[03:00.74]The harsh winter was long forgotten
[03:06.31]and the hardy14 folk of the countryside had reason to celebrate.
[03:11.66]The nearby town always took part in the celebrations of harmony as well.
[03:19.39]Farmer's wives came in to buy new hairdressing,
[03:24.04]local boys ceased to harass15 the country boys
[03:28.90]and the pretty girls no longer harbored disdain16 for a young man in blue jeans.
[03:35.14]Many plans for secret meetings in the woods were hatched.
[03:41.49]In other parts of town local police were able to handle brawls17,
[03:48.15]-relieved for a season of just dealing18 with simple fights over nothing at all.
[03:54.50]The summer dance was always the hallmark of the season.
[04:01.35]Every person for miles left their habitat
[04:06.39]for a spin on the floor to some good country music.
[04:11.66]Every man grabbed his sweetheart and renewed his vows19 of love.
[04:18.43]Even the handicapped were not hampered20 from a roll on the dance floor.
[04:24.91]This was also always the time when the mayor would hail the unity21 of the county
[04:32.56]and pass handouts22 to those who were still needy23.
[04:37.55]It was as if every good emotion was harnessed during harvest season
[04:44.08]and no one wanted to halt the entertainment.
[04:48.34]It always ended, however,
[04:53.41]and men who had drunk just a little too much
[04:57.77]inevitably began the haphazard24 journey home
[05:02.45]leaning on the arms of their faithful wives.
[05:06.81]But everyone knew that there would be another harvest time next year.
[05:12.76]And that was something worth waiting for.
[05:16.81]haunt-herbivorous A haven25 of hedonists
[05:26.48]Living in East Haven during Halloween was hazardous26 to one's health.
[05:34.42]Headlines heralded27 the coming of Halloween weeks in advance
[05:40.58]and police headquarters issued warnings on how to keep safe.
[05:46.23]Everyone heeded28 these warnings
[05:50.59]because EastHaven was the haven of the largest
[05:55.34]group of witchesin the western hemisphere.
[05:59.89]It was hoped that only herbivores would go missing.
[06:05.82]Every heir to any family name was kept inside on that day.
[06:11.49]Most left town
[06:14.83]because the scene of hedonism that would happen scared them behind locked doors.
[06:21.49]One year the havoc29 had led to a fire that destroyed a whole block of homes
[06:28.47]Heaps of trash would always be found in the street the next day
[06:34.40]and houses would have to be repainted to cover the helix signs painted on them.
[06:41.03]Every hectare would be affected30.
[06:45.86]When the degree of hazard had grown too much,
[06:50.91]the good people of the town had tried to outlaw31 the group.
[06:55.95]But the haven claimed religious freedom and won.
[07:01.22]Those families that had opposed the haven were haunted for years.
[07:06.79]It was as if the legal victory had only heightened the power of the witches
[07:13.55]Thank God that people didn't usually go missing.
[07:17.92]But townsfolk suspectedthat missing persons'
[07:22.78]reports from nearby towns were related to this.
[07:27.53]It was the most hectic32 time of the year
[07:32.21]and there was no possibility of healing.
[07:36.15]The only good news was a new trend among witches to heal the sick.
[07:42.32]The sacrifice of herbivorous animals was supposed to be part of their ritual
[07:49.45]Every home therefore put harmless animals on their doorstep
[07:55.12]hoping that their home would be spared from the chaos33.
[07:59.84]But most just prayed that Halloween would be over as quickly as possible.
[08:06.01]herculean-holistic34 A circus hijacking36
[08:15.07]Circuses in the hinterland were hilarious37.
[08:22.13]Due to some hereditary38 miracle in the people who joined the circus,
[08:27.69]hitherto never-attempted feats39 of daring were always being performed.
[08:34.32]High-flying stuntswere popular.
[08:38.87]Herculean physical feats were the standard.
[08:43.31]But it was the high tech plan to hijack35 a real plane
[08:48.38]as it flew over the circus that really hinted at something more than heterodox.
[08:55.14]It was no hit-and-miss plan.
[09:01.00]This hijacking was going to be done by locals hired by the circus announcer
[09:08.44]and remembered as part of his heritage.
[09:12.80]The hierarchical order of each member of the team
[09:19.28]was the highlight of the event.
[09:22.73]That was because the announcer's son,only 17 years old,
[09:29.50]was directing men ten to twenty years older than himself.
[09:35.35]In hindsight,all agreed that this was the obvious reason for the hiccup40.
[09:42.61]The holistic plan was executed brilliantly.
[09:49.27]When the plane was hijacked41 it flew over the circus and did two aerial loops
[09:56.74]The passengers had a scare when that happened.
[10:01.47]When one of the hired men broke out of the hierarchy42
[10:06.93]and told the pilot to do it again,however,
[10:11.32]no one tried to hinder him but the announcer's son.
[10:16.78]The man yelled out his name and told him to leave him alone.
[10:24.04]When the hijacking was complete and the whole team escaped successfully
[10:33.10]everyone thought it was a heritage to be proud of.
[10:38.25]Unfortunately the police had heard the name of the announcer's son.
[10:45.51]They attacked the circus like a hive of bees and arrested all involved.
[10:52.28]A hijacking wasn't so hilarious to them!
[10:57.14]hollow-hostile A hostile homestay
[11:07.48]Dave had only wanted a place to do a homestay and earn his degree
[11:15.21]in desert horticulture.
[11:18.97]He hadn't wanted to go to a hostel43 or rent his own apartment.
[11:24.90]He had just wanted to get to know the hospitality of the locals.
[11:30.36]He had no idea that members of the family
[11:34.83]he was staying with were victims of the holocaust44.
[11:39.27]When they found out that Dave was German
[11:44.31]he was sure they would commit homicide.
[11:48.18]Now the situation was hopeless.
[11:52.44]When he had said that there had been good Germans too,
[11:58.37]they only locked him hostage in his room.
[12:02.73]Hordes of hostile neighbors were gathering45 outside his window.
[12:08.48]One woman with hair on her face
[12:12.84]yelled that the Nazis46 had experimented on her hormones47.
[12:18.19]Another man with a hollow face
[12:22.56]said that Dave's parents had killed his children.
[12:27.13]This was ridiculous!
[12:30.37]"They were not homogenous48!"
[12:34.81]My father lost a leg running from the Nazis himself!He was an honourable49 man!"
[12:41.34]"That was when thehonking began
[12:46.01]and a man with a metal bar ran towards the house,
[12:50.77]swung it and broke his window!
[12:54.53]Dave jumped up,
[12:57.87]grabbed a large hook from the wall and prepared to defend himself.
[13:03.12]At least he would die with honour defending his parents!
[13:08.17]He hopped50 out the window to face the crowd.
[13:13.60]Sirens in the distance caused them all to stop.
[13:18.15]Dave looked hopefully at the police cars as they drove up over the horizon.
[13:24.62]When the Police Chief walked up, he rolled up his sleeve
[13:29.95]and held it horizontal to the ground in front of Dave's face,however,
[13:36.20]he knew it was over;his arm was stampedwith a number.
[13:41.45]house-idiom Homecoming
[13:49.88]"What's all the hubbub51?"
[13:55.32]Mr.Williams yelled over the howling of his identical twins
[14:01.06]as he hurdled52 over a fallen toy while coming in the front door.
[14:06.94]"There's a strange man in the house and we don't know his identity!"
[14:14.20]I think he's mom's o1d boyfriend.She gave him a big hug!" Huffed his son, Dan.
[14:22.25]"Mommy's got a boyfriend."
[14:26.09]"Dana,his sister began to sing.
[14:30.16]"That's not my hypothesis !He had bad giene."
[14:35.44]I bet he's a bad guy that Dad will identify from a wanted poster
[14:41.89]Dan yelled back.
[14:44.95]"For the love of humanity,behave yourselves!"
[14:50.02]It would be ideal if you would both stop being so hysterical53
[14:55.97]and not humiliate54 us in front of company.Okay?" Mr.Williams said.
[15:02.14]Dana walked away still humming the  little rhyme.
[15:07.10]Mr.Williams wiped the sweat from his forehead and cursed the humidity.
[15:16.45]"And someone turn on the air conditioner! Then he walked back to the kitchen."
[15:23.40]"But my ideology55 hasn't changed a bit!"
[15:26.28]"但是我的思想一点儿 都没变!"
[15:29.15]A man with long hair and a beard was saying to his wife.
[15:33.98]"It's just that the president is really a humble56 man!And I like him."
[15:40.83]What they were talking about Mr.Williams couldn't guess
[15:46.39]but the man stood up suddenly as he walked in.
[15:51.07]"Who are you and what are you doing in my house?"
[15:57.83]He said as politely as he could.
[16:01.49]"Honey,look at his identification card.It's Davey,your brother."
[16:08.25]He's come home from the war!"
[16:12.20]Mr.Williams caught his breath
[16:17.03]and then walked over and hugged his long-lost brother with a huge laugh.
[16:22.67]"Oh, it's good to have you home Dave."
[16:27.04]"And it's good to be here."
[16:30.69]I know it's an old idiom, but home is truly where the heart is."
[16:36.75]idiosyncratic-impair The illustrator
[16:46.92]The illustrator ignored the ignorance of his idiosyncratic boss
[16:53.68]and continued to work on his illustration.
[16:58.64]It would be the piece that would immortalize his name forever,
[17:04.29]perhaps more so because of the immor image he was drawing
[17:09.85]And he knew he would start a new movement in the art world.
[17:14.71]Immersing himself in his work,
[17:19.07]the illustrator became immune to distraction57
[17:23.72]and worked for another twelve hours straight.
[17:27.85]His illusions of grandeur58 came crashing down
[17:33.62]when the obviously artistically59 illiterate60 public
[17:38.66]missed the impact of what he had done.
[17:42.63]Some couldn't understand the content,
[17:47.36]saying that this type of drawing should be illegal.
[17:51.80]Others sensed that there was something immense
[17:56.06]but they couldn't put words to what they sensed.
[18:00.11]And yet others just thought it was immature61,
[18:06.28]the work of an artist obviously impaired62 by any good judgment63.
[18:12.34]But,over time,his work had another kind of impact.
[18:18.79]Imitators began to sprout64 up all over the country,
[18:24.25]giving shows of works that were obviously influenced by the illustrator.
[18:30.02]When the illustrator saw this
[18:33.86]he thought that the public recognition of his work was imminent65.
[18:39.42]But he had forgotten about their short attention span.
[18:44.70]When years had passed and still no one knew his name,
[18:50.27]the illustrator even began to think
[18:55.12]that the illiteracy66 rate among critics must have been growing.
[19:00.48]How could they not know
[19:04.63]that he was the one that had turned the ignition
[19:08.79]of the current craze for immoral67 illustrations?
[19:13.44]They never knew,at least not until after the illustrator had died
[19:20.41]Then some art student examined his work
[19:25.27]and gave him the credit he had always longed for.
[19:29.63]That's just the way the art world is: hip3,
[19:34.49]but always recognized a generation later.


1 groan LfXxU     
  • The wounded man uttered a groan.那个受伤的人发出呻吟。
  • The people groan under the burden of taxes.人民在重税下痛苦呻吟。
2 groom 0fHxW     
  • His father was a groom.他父亲曾是个马夫。
  • George was already being groomed for the top job.为承担这份高级工作,乔治已在接受专门的培训。
3 hip 1dOxX     
  • The thigh bone is connected to the hip bone.股骨连着髋骨。
  • The new coats blouse gracefully above the hip line.新外套在臀围线上优美地打着褶皱。
4 groaned 1a076da0ddbd778a674301b2b29dff71     
v.呻吟( groan的过去式和过去分词 );发牢骚;抱怨;受苦
  • He groaned in anguish. 他痛苦地呻吟。
  • The cart groaned under the weight of the piano. 大车在钢琴的重压下嘎吱作响。 来自《简明英汉词典》
5 grudge hedzG     
  • I grudge paying so much for such inferior goods.我不愿花这么多钱买次品。
  • I do not grudge him his success.我不嫉妒他的成功。
6 gullibly 28e0c3b0f1c45ab7b055344586af8174     
  • The swindlers had roped into a number of gullible persons. 骗子们已使一些轻信的人上了当。
  • He's so gullible he'll believe anything. 他太容易上当,什么事都相信。
7 assented 4cee1313bb256a1f69bcc83867e78727     
同意,赞成( assent的过去式和过去分词 )
  • The judge assented to allow the prisoner to speak. 法官同意允许犯人申辩。
  • "No," assented Tom, "they don't kill the women -- they're too noble. “对,”汤姆表示赞同地说,“他们不杀女人——真伟大!
8 grumbled ed735a7f7af37489d7db1a9ef3b64f91     
抱怨( grumble的过去式和过去分词 ); 发牢骚; 咕哝; 发哼声
  • He grumbled at the low pay offered to him. 他抱怨给他的工资低。
  • The heat was sweltering, and the men grumbled fiercely over their work. 天热得让人发昏,水手们边干活边发着牢骚。
9 grievance J6ayX     
  • He will not easily forget his grievance.他不会轻易忘掉他的委屈。
  • He had been nursing a grievance against his boss for months.几个月来他对老板一直心怀不满。
10 gust q5Zyu     
  • A gust of wind blew the front door shut.一阵大风吹来,把前门关上了。
  • A gust of happiness swept through her.一股幸福的暖流流遍她的全身。
11 helping 2rGzDc     
  • The poor children regularly pony up for a second helping of my hamburger. 那些可怜的孩子们总是要求我把我的汉堡包再给他们一份。
  • By doing this, they may at times be helping to restore competition. 这样一来, 他在某些时候,有助于竞争的加强。
12 grid 5rPzpK     
  • In this application,the carrier is used to encapsulate the grid.在这种情况下,要用载体把格栅密封起来。
  • Modern gauges consist of metal foil in the form of a grid.现代应变仪则由网格形式的金属片组成。
13 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。
14 hardy EenxM     
  • The kind of plant is a hardy annual.这种植物是耐寒的一年生植物。
  • He is a hardy person.他是一个能吃苦耐劳的人。
15 harass ceNzZ     
  • Our mission is to harass the landing of the main Japaness expeditionary force.我们的任务是骚乱日本远征军主力的登陆。
  • They received the order to harass the enemy's rear.他们接到骚扰敌人后方的命令。
16 disdain KltzA     
  • 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。
17 brawls 8e504d56fe58f40de679f058c14d0107     
吵架,打架( brawl的名词复数 )
  • Whatever brawls disturb the street, there should be peace at home. 街上无论多么喧闹,家中应有宁静。
  • I got into brawls in the country saloons near my farm. 我在离我农场不远的乡下沙龙里和别人大吵大闹。
18 dealing NvjzWP     
  • This store has an excellent reputation for fair dealing.该商店因买卖公道而享有极高的声誉。
  • His fair dealing earned our confidence.他的诚实的行为获得我们的信任。
19 vows c151b5e18ba22514580d36a5dcb013e5     
誓言( vow的名词复数 ); 郑重宣布,许愿
  • Matrimonial vows are to show the faithfulness of the new couple. 婚誓体现了新婚夫妇对婚姻的忠诚。
  • The nun took strait vows. 那位修女立下严格的誓愿。
20 hampered 3c5fb339e8465f0b89285ad0a790a834     
妨碍,束缚,限制( hamper的过去式和过去分词 )
  • The search was hampered by appalling weather conditions. 恶劣的天气妨碍了搜寻工作。
  • So thought every harassed, hampered, respectable boy in St. Petersburg. 圣彼德堡镇的那些受折磨、受拘束的体面孩子们个个都是这么想的。
21 unity 4kQwT     
  • When we speak of unity,we do not mean unprincipled peace.所谓团结,并非一团和气。
  • We must strengthen our unity in the face of powerful enemies.大敌当前,我们必须加强团结。
22 handouts 447505a1e297b8bcf79fa46be9e067f8     
救济品( handout的名词复数 ); 施舍物; 印刷品; 讲义
  • Soldiers oversee the food handouts. 士兵们看管着救济食品。
  • Even after losing his job, he was too proud to accept handouts. 甚至在失去工作后,他仍然很骄傲,不愿接受施舍。
23 needy wG7xh     
  • Although he was poor,he was quite generous to his needy friends.他虽穷,但对贫苦的朋友很慷慨。
  • They awarded scholarships to needy students.他们给贫苦学生颁发奖学金。
24 haphazard n5oyi     
  • The town grew in a haphazard way.这城镇无计划地随意发展。
  • He regrerted his haphazard remarks.他悔不该随口说出那些评论话。
25 haven 8dhzp     
  • It's a real haven at the end of a busy working day.忙碌了一整天后,这真是一个安乐窝。
  • The school library is a little haven of peace and quiet.学校的图书馆是一个和平且安静的小避风港。
26 hazardous Iddxz     
  • These conditions are very hazardous for shipping.这些情况对航海非常不利。
  • Everybody said that it was a hazardous investment.大家都说那是一次危险的投资。
27 heralded a97fc5524a0d1c7e322d0bd711a85789     
v.预示( herald的过去式和过去分词 );宣布(好或重要)
  • The singing of the birds heralded in the day. 鸟鸣报晓。 来自《简明英汉词典》
  • A fanfare of trumpets heralded the arrival of the King. 嘹亮的小号声宣告了国王驾到。 来自《简明英汉词典》
28 heeded 718cd60e0e96997caf544d951e35597a     
v.听某人的劝告,听从( heed的过去式和过去分词 );变平,使(某物)变平( flatten的过去式和过去分词 )
  • She countered that her advice had not been heeded. 她反驳说她的建议未被重视。 来自《简明英汉词典》
  • I heeded my doctor's advice and stopped smoking. 我听从医生的劝告,把烟戒了。 来自《简明英汉词典》
29 havoc 9eyxY     
  • The earthquake wreaked havoc on the city.地震对这个城市造成了大破坏。
  • This concentration of airborne firepower wrought havoc with the enemy forces.这次机载火力的集中攻击给敌军造成很大破坏。
30 affected TzUzg0     
  • She showed an affected interest in our subject.她假装对我们的课题感到兴趣。
  • His manners are affected.他的态度不自然。
31 outlaw 1J0xG     
  • The outlaw hid out in the hills for several months.逃犯在山里隐藏了几个月。
  • The outlaw has been caught.歹徒已被抓住了。
32 hectic jdZzk     
  • I spent a very hectic Sunday.我度过了一个忙乱的星期天。
  • The two days we spent there were enjoyable but hectic.我们在那里度过的两天愉快但闹哄哄的。
33 chaos 7bZyz     
  • After the failure of electricity supply the city was in chaos.停电后,城市一片混乱。
  • The typhoon left chaos behind it.台风后一片混乱。
34 holistic OQqzJ     
  • There is a fundamental ambiguity in the use of word "whole" in recent holistic literature.在近代的整体主义著作中,“整体”这个词的用法极其含混。
  • In so far as historicism is technological,its approach is not piecemeal,but "holistic".仅就历史决定论是一种技术而论,它的方法不是渐进的,而是“整体主义的”。
35 hijack KdNxS     
  • Most countries refuse to give sanctuary to people who hijack aeroplanes.大多数国家拒绝对劫机者提供庇护。
  • The hijack take place just after the plane take off.劫持是飞机刚起飞后发生的。
36 hijacking 8bc03d345d8eb45010ef3f77dba7a41c     
n. 劫持, 抢劫 动词hijack的现在分词形式
  • I have been told about the hijacking . 我已听说了那次劫机事件。 来自英汉 - 翻译样例 - 口语
  • They are taking measures to guarantee against the occurrence of hijacking. 他们正采取措施防止劫机事件的发生。
37 hilarious xdhz3     
  • The party got quite hilarious after they brought more wine.在他们又拿来更多的酒之后,派对变得更加热闹起来。
  • We stop laughing because the show was so hilarious.我们笑个不停,因为那个节目太搞笑了。
38 hereditary fQJzF     
  • The Queen of England is a hereditary ruler.英国女王是世袭的统治者。
  • In men,hair loss is hereditary.男性脱发属于遗传。
39 feats 8b538e09d25672d5e6ed5058f2318d51     
功绩,伟业,技艺( feat的名词复数 )
  • He used to astound his friends with feats of physical endurance. 过去,他表现出来的惊人耐力常让朋友们大吃一惊。
  • His heroic feats made him a legend in his own time. 他的英雄业绩使他成了他那个时代的传奇人物。
40 hiccup OrPzKd     
  • When you have to hiccup,drink a glass of cold water.当你不得不打嗝时,喝一杯冷水就好了。
  • How long did he hiccup?他打嗝打了多久?
41 hijacked 54f3e68c506e45e75f9a155a27738c2f     
劫持( hijack的过去式和过去分词 ); 绑架; 拦路抢劫; 操纵(会议等,以推销自己的意图)
  • The plane was hijacked by two armed men on a flight from London to Rome. 飞机在从伦敦飞往罗马途中遭到两名持械男子劫持。
  • The plane was hijacked soon after it took off. 那架飞机起飞后不久被劫持了。
42 hierarchy 7d7xN     
  • There is a rigid hierarchy of power in that country.那个国家有一套严密的权力等级制度。
  • She's high up in the management hierarchy.她在管理阶层中地位很高。
43 hostel f5qyR     
  • I lived in a hostel while I was a student.我求学期间住在青年招待所里。
  • He says he's staying at a Youth Hostel.他说他现住在一家青年招待所。
44 holocaust dd5zE     
  • The Auschwitz concentration camp always remind the world of the holocaust.奥辛威茨集中营总是让世人想起大屠杀。
  • Ahmadinejad is denying the holocaust because he's as brutal as Hitler was.内贾德否认大屠杀,因为他像希特勒一样残忍。
45 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。
46 Nazis 39168f65c976085afe9099ea0411e9a5     
n.(德国的)纳粹党员( Nazi的名词复数 );纳粹主义
  • The Nazis worked them over with gun butts. 纳粹分子用枪托毒打他们。 来自《简明英汉词典》
  • The Nazis were responsible for the mass murder of Jews during World War Ⅱ. 纳粹必须为第二次世界大战中对犹太人的大屠杀负责。 来自《简明英汉词典》
47 hormones hormones     
n. 荷尔蒙,激素 名词hormone的复数形式
  • This hormone interacts closely with other hormones in the body. 这种荷尔蒙与体內其他荷尔蒙紧密地相互作用。
  • The adrenals produce a large per cent of a man's sex hormones. 肾上腺分泌人体的大部分性激素。
48 homogenous NrkzVM     
  • Japan is a wealthy,homogenous,developed nation with a stable political system.日本是一个富裕的同质型发达国家,政治体制稳定。
  • My family is very homogenous and happy.我们这个家庭很和睦很幸福。
49 honourable honourable     
  • I don't think I am worthy of such an honourable title.这样的光荣称号,我可担当不起。
  • I hope to find an honourable way of settling difficulties.我希望设法找到一个体面的办法以摆脱困境。
50 hopped 91b136feb9c3ae690a1c2672986faa1c     
跳上[下]( hop的过去式和过去分词 ); 单足蹦跳; 齐足(或双足)跳行; 摘葎草花
  • He hopped onto a car and wanted to drive to town. 他跳上汽车想开向市区。
  • He hopped into a car and drove to town. 他跳进汽车,向市区开去。
51 hubbub uQizN     
  • The hubbub of voices drowned out the host's voice.嘈杂的声音淹没了主人的声音。
  • He concentrated on the work in hand,and the hubbub outside the room simply flowed over him.他埋头于手头的工作,室外的吵闹声他简直象没有听见一般。
52 hurdled 8a7fdbcece4960bcd457b7206a36b5a8     
  • The horse hurdled both the fence and the ditch. 这马连篱笆和沟都跳过去了。 来自《现代英汉综合大词典》
  • The runner hurdled the fence. 跑步者越过篱笆。 来自《简明英汉词典》
53 hysterical 7qUzmE     
  • He is hysterical at the sight of the photo.他一看到那张照片就异常激动。
  • His hysterical laughter made everybody stunned.他那歇斯底里的笑声使所有的人不知所措。
54 humiliate odGzW     
  • What right had they to bully and humiliate people like this?凭什么把人欺侮到这个地步呢?
  • They pay me empty compliments which only humiliate me.他们虚情假意地恭维我,这只能使我感到羞辱。
55 ideology Scfzg     
  • The ideology has great influence in the world.这种思想体系在世界上有很大的影响。
  • The ideal is to strike a medium between ideology and inspiration.我的理想是在意识思想和灵感鼓动之间找到一个折衷。
56 humble ddjzU     
  • In my humble opinion,he will win the election.依我拙见,他将在选举中获胜。
  • Defeat and failure make people humble.挫折与失败会使人谦卑。
57 distraction muOz3l     
  • Total concentration is required with no distractions.要全神贯注,不能有丝毫分神。
  • Their national distraction is going to the disco.他们的全民消遣就是去蹦迪。
58 grandeur hejz9     
  • The grandeur of the Great Wall is unmatched.长城的壮观是独一无二的。
  • These ruins sufficiently attest the former grandeur of the place.这些遗迹充分证明此处昔日的宏伟。
59 artistically UNdyJ     
  • The book is beautifully printed and artistically bound. 这本书印刷精美,装帧高雅。
  • The room is artistically decorated. 房间布置得很美观。
60 illiterate Bc6z5     
  • There are still many illiterate people in our country.在我国还有许多文盲。
  • I was an illiterate in the old society,but now I can read.我这个旧社会的文盲,今天也认字了。
61 immature Saaxj     
  • Tony seemed very shallow and immature.托尼看起来好像很肤浅,不夠成熟。
  • The birds were in immature plumage.这些鸟儿羽翅未全。
62 impaired sqtzdr     
adj.受损的;出毛病的;有(身体或智力)缺陷的v.损害,削弱( impair的过去式和过去分词 )
  • Much reading has impaired his vision. 大量读书损害了他的视力。 来自《现代汉英综合大词典》
  • His hearing is somewhat impaired. 他的听觉已受到一定程度的损害。 来自《现代汉英综合大词典》
63 judgment e3xxC     
  • The chairman flatters himself on his judgment of people.主席自认为他审视人比别人高明。
  • He's a man of excellent judgment.他眼力过人。
64 sprout ITizY     
  • When do deer first sprout horns?鹿在多大的时候开始长出角?
  • It takes about a week for the seeds to sprout.这些种子大约要一周后才会发芽。
65 imminent zc9z2     
  • The black clounds show that a storm is imminent.乌云预示暴风雨即将来临。
  • The country is in imminent danger.国难当头。
66 illiteracy VbuxY     
  • It is encouraging to read that illiteracy is declining.从读报中了解文盲情况正在好转,这是令人鼓舞的。
  • We must do away with illiteracy.我们必须扫除文盲。
67 immoral waCx8     
  • She was questioned about his immoral conduct toward her.她被询问过有关他对她的不道德行为的情况。
  • It is my belief that nuclear weapons are immoral.我相信使核武器是不邪恶的。
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