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VOA慢速英语1500基础单词例句c

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    (单词翻译:双击或拖选)
cabinet
[a group of ministers that helps lead a government]
The President meets every week with his cabinet.

call
[(1) to give a name to ; (2) to ask for or request]
I call myself John. (1)
They called for an end to the fighting. (2)

calm
[(1) quiet; (2) peaceful; (3) opposite of tense]
The calm crowd waited for the president to speak.
The city was calm after two days of rioting1.
Can you remain calm in a tense situation? (3)

camera
[a device for taking pictures]
Your camera takes very good pictures.

camp
[a place with temporary housing]
The refugee3 camp provides temporary shelter, food and medical care.

campaign
[(1) a competition by opposing political candidates seeking support from voters; (2) a connected series of military actions during a war]
Presidential campaigns are much too long and cost too much. (1)
The Allied4 campaigns won the war in Europe and Asia. (2)

can
[(1) to be able to; (2) to have the right to; (3) a container used to hold liquid or food, usually made of metal]
The two sides can meet on Tuesday. (1)
I can live anywhere I wish in this country because that is my right. (2)
I bought three cans of vegetables at the food store. (3)

cancel
[(1) to end; (2) to stop]
Who cancelled the agreement? (1)
Mary cancelled her plans to have a party next week. (2)

cancer
[a disease in which dangerous cells grow quickly and destroy parts of the body]
Scientists continue to find better ways to treat many kinds of cancer.

candidate
[a person who seeks or is nominated5 for an office or an honor]
Each political party has nominated a candidate for president.

capital
[(1) the official center of a government; (2) the city where a country's government is]
The capital of the government is in Washington. (1)
Washington is the capital of the United States. (2)

capitalism6
[an economic system in which the production of most goods and services is owned and operated for profit by private citizens or companies]
In the United States, capitalism has produced the world's strongest economy.

capture
[(1) to make a person or animal a prisoner; (2) to seize or take by force; (3) to get control of]
Police captured the terrorist7 before he could explode the bomb. (1)
Rebel forces captured the city. (2)
Democrats8 won the election and captured control of Congress. (3)

car
[(1) a vehicle with wheels used to carry people; (2) an automobile9; (3) a part of a train]
Electric street cars were replaced with buses many years ago. (1)
Fred's and Martha's new car will carry six people. (2)
That train has 57 flat cars and 12 box cars. (3)

care
[(1) to like; (2) to protect; (3) to feel worry or interest]
Jim told Laura that he cared for her and would like to see her again. (1)
His mother told him to take care of his younger brother. (2)
Would you care if I borrowed your car? (3)

careful
[(1) acting10 safely; (2) with much thought]
Please be careful when you drive. (1)
He was careful to choose exactly the right words. (2)

carry
[to take something or someone from one place to another]
Would you carry this bag for me, please?

case (court)
[a legal action]
The judge will call your case next.

case (medical)
[an incident of disease]
There was only one case of chicken pox at the school.

cat
[a small animal that often lives with humans]
My cat climbed that tree and is afraid to come down.

catch
[(1) to seize after a chase; (2) to stop and seize with the hands]
He runs so fast that no one can catch him. (1)
Catch the ball and throw it back to me. (2)

cause
[(1) to make happen; (2) the thing or person that produces a result]
Too much rain caused the flood. (1)
The cause of the flood was too much rain. (2)

ceasefire
[a halt in fighting, usually by agreement]
The ceasefire stopped the fighting.

celebrate
[to honor a person or event with special activities]
I think we should have a party to celebrate your birthday.

center
[(1) the middle of something; (2) the place in the middle; (3) a place that is the main point of an activity]
There was a hole in the center of the target. (1)
The chair sat at the center of the room. (2)
The experts checked the nuclear center for radiation leaks. (3)

century
[one hundred years]
This is the first year of the 21st century.

ceremony
[an act or series of acts done in a special way established by tradition]
The new president took the oath11 of office at the inaugural12 ceremony in front of the capitol.

chairman
[a person leading a meeting or an organized group]
The party chairman led the meeting.

champion
[(1) the best; (2) the winner]
John is a champion swimmer. (1)
The New York Yankees were the champions of professional baseball in the first year of the new century. (2)

chance
[a possibility of winning or losing or that something will happen]
We have a good chance of getting home before dark.

change
[(1) to make different; (2) to become different]
Will you change your decision? (1)
His voice changed last year. (2)

charge
[(1) to accuse someone of something, usually a crime; (2) a statement in which someone is accused of something]
She was charged with stealing a car. (1)
The charge was false. (2)

chase
[to run or go after someone or something]
The dog chased the cat around the house.

cheat
[(1) to get by a trick; (2) to steal from]
He cheated on the history examination. (1)
The dishonest lawyer became rich by cheating the people that he represented. (2)

cheer
[to shout approval or praise]
The crowd cheered every time their team scored.

chemicals
[(1) elements found in nature or made by people; (2) substances used in the science of chemistry]
Oxygen and hydrogen are the chemicals that form water. (1)
Do you read the list of chemicals listed in the foods you eat? (2)


chemistry
[the scientific study of substances, what they are made of, how they act under different conditions, and how they form other substances]
How many years did you study chemistry?

chief
[(1) the head or leader of a group; (2) leading; (3) most important]
Mr. Thompson is the new chief of our tax office. (1)
The chief cause of lung cancer is smoking. (2)
The chief reason he got the job was his experience with tax issues. (3)

child
[(1) a baby; (2) a boy or girl]
The child was born with the disease. (1)
Every child, boy or girl, should have an equal chance to succeed. (2)

children
[more than one child]
Sixty children were chosen to go to a camp in the mountains.

choose
[to decide between two or more]
You may choose one meat and three vegetables from the lunch list.

circle
[a closed shape that has all its points equally distant from the center, like an "O"]
The settlers put their wagons13 in a circle to defend against the attack.

citizen
[a person who is a member of a country by birth or by law]
Every citizen is expected to vote.

city
[any important large town]
I lived in a small town as a child, but now I live in a city.

civilian14
[not military]
Many civilians15 were killed in the attack on the town.

civil rights
[the political, economic and social rights given equally to all people of a nation]
The law protects the civil rights of all citizens.

claim
[to say something as a fact]
He claimed that his opponent lied about his activities as a student leader.

clash16
[(1) a battle; (2) to fight or oppose]
Ten protesters were injured in the clash with police. (1)
Angry farmers blocked roads and clashed17 with soldiers. (2)

clean
[(1) to make pure; (2) free from dirt or harmful substances]
Please clean your room. (1)
Too many people around the world do not have clean water to drink. (2)

clear
[(1) easy to see or see through; (2) easily understood]
Clear water is not always safe to drink. (1)
He won the debate because his arguments were clear to almost everyone. (2)

clergy18
[a body of officials within a religious organization]
Many in the clergy supported the reforms proposed by the rebels.

climate
[the normal weather conditions of a place]
Many retired19 people like to spend the winter in the warm climate of Florida.

climb
[to go up or down something by using the feet and sometimes the hands]
The firemen climbed ladders to rescue people living above the ground floor.

clock
[a device that measures and shows time]
I was late for work because my clock stopped.

close
[(1) to make something not open; (2) near to]
Please close the window before you come to bed. (1)
Stay close to me in this big crowd. (2)

cloth
[a material made from plants, chemicals, animal hair and other substances]
I feel cooler in summer when I wear shirts made of cotton cloth.

clothes
[what people wear]
Be sure to bring enough clothes for two weeks.

cloud
[a mass of fog high in the sky]
Clouds like those usually mean rain will come soon.

coal
[a solid black substance used as fuel]
Much of our electricity is produced by plants that burn coal as fuel.

coalition20
[forces, groups or nations joined together]
The country is led by a coalition government of three parties.

coast
[land on the edge of the ocean]
The storm caused high waves and flooding along much of the Atlantic coast.

coffee
[a drink made from the plant of the same name]
People in Seattle drink lots of coffee.

cold
[(1) not warm; (2) having or feeling great coolness or a low temperature]
The water is too cold for swimming. (1)
This has been a cold winter, with much ice and snow. (2)

collect
[(1) to bring or gather together in one place; (2) to demand and receive]
The driver collected the children after school and brought them home. (1)
Your employer collects taxes for the government every time you are paid. (2)

college
[a small university]
Have you decided21 where you will attend college?

colony
[land controlled by another country or government]
Hong Kong is no longer a British colony.

color
[the different effects of light on the eye, making blue, red, brown, black, yellow and others]
I love the bright colors of the autumn leaves.

combine
[to mix or bring together]
The new organization combines radio and television broadcasting.

come
[(1) to move toward; (2) to arrive]
Jan is coming home for the holidays. (1)
The two sides came together on a settlement after long and detailed22 negotiations23. (2)

command
[(1) to order; (2) to have power over something]
The general commanded the army to move against the enemy. (1)
The President commands all the military forces. (2)

comment
[(1) to say something about; (2) to express an opinion about something]
Mr. President, please comment about the increased number of terrorist attacks. (1)
He commented about the writers who criticized his new book. (2)

committee
[a group of people given special work]
The committee met three times to decide who should get the special award.

common
[(1) usual; (2) same for all]
He liked to call himself a common man. (1)
The allies24 united for a common purpose: to win the war. (2)

communicate
[(1) to tell; (2) to give or exchange information]
The chairman communicated that he was not happy with the proposed agreement. (1)
Because we communicate well, we understand each other's situation. (2)

community
[a group of people living together in one place or area]
Our community includes people from many other countries.

company
[a business organized for trade, industrial or other purposes]
My friend started an Internet company to repair and sell old musical instruments.

compare
[to examine what is different or similar]
We urge you to compare the price and quality of our products with those of our competitors.

compete
[to try to do as well as, or better than, another or others]
The Internet lets companies compete almost anywhere in the world.

complete
[(1) having all parts; (2) ended or finished]
I have a complete set of recordings25 by the Beatles. (1)
We completed all the work yesterday. (2)

complex
[(1) of or having many parts that are difficult to understand; (2) not simple]
The trade agreement is the result of some very complex negotiations. (1)
It may seem simple, but it is really complex. (2)

compromise
[the settlement of an argument where each side agrees to accept less than first demanded]
Compromise may not be possible in that dispute.

computer
[an electronic machine for storing and organizing information, and for communicating with others]
Computers are a necessary tool for managing a business.

concern
[(1) interest, worry; (2) to fear]
The president expressed concern about the continuing violence. (1)
He said he is especially concerned that the fighting will spread to other countries. (2)

condemn26
[to say a person or action is wrong or bad]
The senators27 condemned28 the man for refusing to answer their questions.

condition
[(1) something declared necessary to complete an agreement; (2) a person's health]
The conditions for his resignation29 included a ten million dollar payment. (1)
The doctor said the examination showed that Gary was in excellent condition. (2)

conference
[a meeting]
I seemed to spend my days going from one conference to another.

confirm
[(1) to approve; (2) to say that something is true]
The senate confirmed the appointment of the new Agriculture Secretary. (1)
The candidate confirmed the report that he was ending his campaign. (2)

conflict
[(1) a fight; (2) a battle, especially a long one]
We had a conflict about politics. (1)
The long conflict finally ended with a ceasefire, not a peace treaty. (2)

congratulate
[to praise a person or to express pleasure for success or good luck]
I congratulate you for getting the highest score on the history test.

Congress
[(1) the organization of people elected to make the laws of the United States (the House of Representatives and the Senate); (2) a similar organization in other countries]
The President's party did not win control of either house of Congress. (1)
Five members of Mexico's Congress are in Washington to discuss trade issues. (2)

connect
[(1) to join one thing to another; (2) to unite; (3) to link]
If you connect this wire to the red one, the green light will turn on. (1)
The two streams connect to form a river that flows through Greenlow City. (2)
The policeman said the two crimes are connected. (3)

conservative30
[one who usually supports tradition and opposes great change]
William is a conservative about social issues.

consider
[(1) to give thought to; (2) to think about carefully]
Jack31 is considering what to give Amy for her birthday. (1)
The head of my office said he would consider my ideas for a more effective sales campaign. (2)

constitution
[the written general laws and ideas that form a nation's system of government]
How do the laws provide for making changes in the constitution?

contain
[(1) to hold; (2) to include]
The bottle contains one quart32 of milk. (1)
*one liquid quart = 0.9463 liter(米)
The paint in that old house contains a dangerous amount of lead. (2)

container
[a box, bottle or can used to hold something]
More juice is sold in plastic containers than in glass bottles.

continent
[any of the seven great land areas of the world]
Did you know that long ago all the continents were joined together?

continue
[to go on doing or being]
The governor said he would continue to fight for justice.

control
[(1) to direct; (2) to have power over]
Who controls the daily work of the company. (1)
The chairman of the transportation committee controls all the spending for transportation projects. (2)

convention33
[a large meeting for a special purpose]
Political parties hold conventions34 to choose presidential and vice2 presidential candidates.

cook
[to heat food before eating it]
Helen will cook spaghetti with meat sauce tonight.

cool
[almost cold]
My coffee is cool. Would you warm it for me, please?

cooperate
[to act or work together]
If we cooperate on this work, we will finish more quickly.

copy
[(1) to make something exactly like another; (2) something made to look exactly like another]
Joseph can copy that document for us. (1)
This copy is so bad I cannot read it. (2)

corn
[a food grain]
Scientists are worried because genetically-changed corn got into food supplies for people.

correct
[(1) true; (2) free from mistakes; (3) to change to what is right]
That is the correct date of the election. (1)
That sales agreement is correct. (2)
Did you correct that script? (3)

cost
[(1) the price or value of something; (2) to be valued at]
The cost of the book is five dollars. (1)
The book costs five dollars. (2)

cotton
[a material made from a plant of the same name]
Most clothes are made of cotton.

count
[to speak or add numbers]
Her child learned to count by watching Sesame Street on television.

country
[(1) a nation; (2) the territory of a nation; (3) land away from cities]
English is one of the languages of his country. (1)
Much of the country in the West is desert. (2)
My family had a farmhouse35 in the country, not too far from the city. (3)

court
[(1) where trials take place; (2) where judges make decisions about law]
We have to give evidence in court today. (1)
The appeals court is considering mistakes made in his trial. (2)

cover
[(1) to put something over a person or thing; (2) anything that is put over a person or thing]
Please cover the food left from dinner. (1)
Put your name on the front cover of your book. (2)

cow
[a farm animal used for its milk]
He must pump the milk from his cows every morning and evening.

crash
[(1) to fall violently; (2) to hit with great force]
The airplane crashed into the mountain. (1)
The two cars crashed into each other. (2)

create
[(1)to make; (2) to give life or form to]
She created a beautiful poem. (1)
The Declaration36 of Independence says all men are created equal. (2)

creature
[(1) any living being; (2) any animal or human]
A microscope can show a great many living creatures in a drop of water. (1)
People are learning how to live peacefully with other creatures. (2)

credit
[an agreement that payments will be made at a later time]
With this card I can use credit to buy things today and pay for them next month.

crew
[a group of people working together]
Ten members of the ship's crew were injured by the explosion.

crime
[an act that violates37 a law]
Telling a lie to the court is a crime.

criminal
[a person who is responsible for a crime]
The organization tries to find jobs for criminals released from prison.

crisis38
[(1) an extremely important time when something may become much better or worse; (2) a dangerous situation]
During a middle age crisis, people often make changes in their life. (1)
The Cuban missile crisis in the 1960s almost caused a nuclear war. (2)

criticize
[(1) to say what is wrong with something or someone; (2) to condemn; (3) to judge]
His teacher criticized him for not completing his report. (1)
The judge criticized the man for his evil acts and sentenced him to spend twenty years in prison. (2)
Her editor asked her to criticize a new book about ancient Egypt. (3)

crops
[plants that are grown and gathered for food, such as grains, fruits and vegetables]
The major crops in this area are corn and soybeans.

cross
[(1) to go from one side to another; (2) to go across]
The mother holds her child's hand when they cross the street. (1)
This ship crosses the ocean in five days. (2)

crowd
[a large number of people gathered in one place]
A large crowd gathered to watch the show.

crush
[(1) to damage or destroy by great weight; (2)to defeat completely]
The falling tree crushed the house. (1)
The T.C. Williams High School football team crushed every team it played that year. (2)

cry
[to express or show sorrow or pain]
The thought of never seeing her again made him cry.

culture
[all the beliefs, traditions and arts of a group or population]
Her Western culture and my Eastern culture made our lives exciting.

cure
[(1) to improve health; (2) to make well; (3) something that makes a sick person well]
Living more simply and eating plain food cured most of her health problems. (1)
The doctor can cure the disease. (2) 
Antibiotics39 are a cure for infection. (3)

curfew
[an order to people to stay off the streets or to close their businesses]
The streets were empty every night after the ten o'clock curfew.

current
[(1) movement of air, water or electricity; (2) belonging to the present]
The current slows down in this wide part of the river. (1)
She found the report in a current publication. (2)

custom
[a long-established belief or activity of a people]
It is our custom to go to church on Sunday mornings.

customs
[taxes on imports]
I like to buy items in the custom-free store because there are no taxes to pay on the purchase.

cut
[(1) to divide or injure with a sharp tool; (2) to make less; (3) to reduce]
She cut her finger while using the bread knife. (1)
The labor40 strike cut the company's production by 60 percent. (2)
Congress cut foreign aid spending. (3)

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1 rioting cfce6e6a111243b897af3499e5a5c819     
暴乱,骚乱
参考例句:
  • There were ugly scenes in the streets last night as rioting continued. 昨晚暴乱持续之际,街上险象环生。
  • They are rioting in the streets. 他们在街上闹事。
2 vice NU0zQ     
n.坏事;恶习;[pl.]台钳,老虎钳;adj.副的
参考例句:
  • He guarded himself against vice.他避免染上坏习惯。
  • They are sunk in the depth of vice.他们堕入了罪恶的深渊。
3 refugee lCEyL     
n.难民,流亡者
参考例句:
  • The refugee was condemned to a life of wandering.这个难民注定要过流浪的生活。
  • The refugee is suffering for want of food and medical supplies.难民苦于缺少食物和医药用品。
4 allied iLtys     
adj.协约国的;同盟国的
参考例句:
  • Britain was allied with the United States many times in history.历史上英国曾多次与美国结盟。
  • Allied forces sustained heavy losses in the first few weeks of the campaign.同盟国在最初几周内遭受了巨大的损失。
5 nominated e2793e0460cef0e428b335fb795136f0     
adj.被提名的,被任命的 动词nominate的过去式和过去分词
参考例句:
  • She has been nominated for the presidency. 她已经获得了董事长职位的提名。
  • The movie was nominated for an Oscar. 这部电影获奥斯卡金像奖提名。
6 capitalism er4zy     
n.资本主义
参考例句:
  • The essence of his argument is that capitalism cannot succeed.他的论点的核心是资本主义不能成功。
  • Capitalism began to develop in Russia in the 19th century.十九世纪资本主义在俄国开始发展。
7 terrorist 9Iaz2     
n.恐怖主义者,恐怖分子
参考例句:
  • Without the gun,I'm a sitting duck for any terrorist.没有这支枪,我就成了恐怖分子下手的目标了。
  • The district was put on red alert during a terrorist's bomb scare.这个地区在得到恐怖分子炸弹恐吓后作了应急准备。
8 democrats 655beefefdcaf76097d489a3ff245f76     
n.民主主义者,民主人士( democrat的名词复数 )
参考例句:
  • The Democrats held a pep rally on Capitol Hill yesterday. 民主党昨天在国会山召开了竞选誓师大会。
  • The democrats organize a filibuster in the senate. 民主党党员组织了阻挠议事。 来自《简明英汉词典》
9 automobile rP1yv     
n.汽车,机动车
参考例句:
  • He is repairing the brake lever of an automobile.他正在修理汽车的刹车杆。
  • The automobile slowed down to go around the curves in the road.汽车在路上转弯时放慢了速度。
10 acting czRzoc     
n.演戏,行为,假装;adj.代理的,临时的,演出用的
参考例句:
  • Ignore her,she's just acting.别理她,她只是假装的。
  • During the seventies,her acting career was in eclipse.在七十年代,她的表演生涯黯然失色。
11 oath ZH2xR     
n.誓言,誓约,咒骂,诅咒语
参考例句:
  • They swore an oath to carry out their duties faithfully.他们宣誓忠实履行自己的职责。
  • They swore an oath of loyalty to the country.他们宣誓要报效祖国。
12 inaugural 7cRzQ     
adj.就职的;n.就职典礼
参考例句:
  • We listened to the President's inaugural speech on the radio yesterday.昨天我们通过无线电听了总统的就职演说。
  • Professor Pearson gave the inaugural lecture in the new lecture theatre.皮尔逊教授在新的阶梯讲堂发表了启用演说。
13 wagons ff97c19d76ea81bb4f2a97f2ff0025e7     
n.四轮的运货马车( wagon的名词复数 );铁路货车;小手推车
参考例句:
  • The wagons were hauled by horses. 那些货车是马拉的。
  • They drew their wagons into a laager and set up camp. 他们把马车围成一圈扎起营地。
14 civilian uqbzl     
adj.平民的,民用的,民众的
参考例句:
  • There is no reliable information about civilian casualties.关于平民的伤亡还没有确凿的信息。
  • He resigned his commission to take up a civilian job.他辞去军职而从事平民工作。
15 civilians 2a8bdc87d05da507ff4534c9c974b785     
平民,百姓( civilian的名词复数 ); 老百姓
参考例句:
  • the bloody massacre of innocent civilians 对无辜平民的血腥屠杀
  • At least 300 civilians are unaccounted for after the bombing raids. 遭轰炸袭击之后,至少有300名平民下落不明。
16 clash hOfzg     
vi.冲突,不协调,砰地相撞;n.冲突,不协调
参考例句:
  • There is a clash between two classes at 2 p.m. on Thursday.星期四下午两点有两堂课是冲突的。
  • The pot came down on the stone floor with a clash.锅“当”地一声掉到石地上。
17 clashed c50b1a68c35cdd8163b8ede83f8987a0     
发出撞击声(clash的过去式与过去分词形式)
参考例句:
  • The color of the curtains clashed with the color of the carpet. 窗帘的颜色与地毯的颜色不协调。
  • Her wedding clashed with my examination, so I couldn't go. 她的婚礼与我的考试冲突,因此我无法参加。
18 clergy SnZy2     
n.[总称]牧师,神职人员
参考例句:
  • I could heartily wish that more of our country clergy would follow this example.我衷心希望,我国有更多的牧师效法这个榜样。
  • All the local clergy attended the ceremony.当地所有的牧师出席了仪式。
19 retired Njhzyv     
adj.隐退的,退休的,退役的
参考例句:
  • The old man retired to the country for rest.这位老人下乡休息去了。
  • Many retired people take up gardening as a hobby.许多退休的人都以从事园艺为嗜好。
20 coalition pWlyi     
n.结合体,同盟,结合,联合
参考例句:
  • The several parties formed a coalition.这几个政党组成了政治联盟。
  • Coalition forces take great care to avoid civilian casualties.联盟军队竭尽全力避免造成平民伤亡。
21 decided lvqzZd     
adj.决定了的,坚决的;明显的,明确的
参考例句:
  • 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。
22 detailed xuNzms     
adj.详细的,详尽的,极注意细节的,完全的
参考例句:
  • He had made a detailed study of the terrain.他对地形作了缜密的研究。
  • A detailed list of our publications is available on request.我们的出版物有一份详细的目录备索。
23 negotiations af4b5f3e98e178dd3c4bac64b625ecd0     
协商( negotiation的名词复数 ); 谈判; 完成(难事); 通过
参考例句:
  • negotiations for a durable peace 为持久和平而进行的谈判
  • Negotiations have failed to establish any middle ground. 谈判未能达成任何妥协。
24 allies 0315fa8e6410a54cc80a4eb2babcda27     
联盟国,同盟者; 同盟国,同盟者( ally的名词复数 ); 支持者; 盟军
参考例句:
  • The allies would fear that they were pawns in a superpower condominium. 这个联盟担心他们会成为超级大国共管的牺牲品。
  • A number of the United States' allies had urged him not to take a hasty decision. 美国的一些盟友已力劝他不要急于作决定。
25 recordings 22f9946cd05973582e73e4e3c0239bb7     
n.记录( recording的名词复数 );录音;录像;唱片
参考例句:
  • a boxed set of original recordings 一套盒装原声录音带
  • old jazz recordings reissued on CD 以激光唱片重新发行的老爵士乐
26 condemn zpxzp     
vt.谴责,指责;宣判(罪犯),判刑
参考例句:
  • Some praise him,whereas others condemn him.有些人赞扬他,而有些人谴责他。
  • We mustn't condemn him on mere suppositions.我们不可全凭臆测来指责他。
27 senators 1181a181f18e7836f23146bc18668881     
n.参议员( senator的名词复数 )
参考例句:
  • When the senators vote, the ayes will have it. 参议员投票时,投赞成票的人将占多数。 来自《简明英汉词典》
  • The committee concluded that the senators had engaged in improper conduct. 委员会断定议员们从事了不正当活动。 来自《简明英汉词典》
28 condemned condemned     
adj. 被责难的, 被宣告有罪的 动词condemn的过去式和过去分词
参考例句:
  • He condemned the hypocrisy of those politicians who do one thing and say another. 他谴责了那些说一套做一套的政客的虚伪。
  • The policy has been condemned as a regressive step. 这项政策被认为是一种倒退而受到谴责。
29 resignation RWgxk     
n.放弃,辞职,反抗
参考例句:
  • He handed in his resignation right after the cabinet meeting.内阁会议一开完,他就提出了辞呈。
  • They asked for his resignation with one voice.他们一致要求他辞职。
30 conservative jprzC     
adj.保守的,守旧的;n.保守的人,保守派
参考例句:
  • He is a conservative member of the church.他是一个守旧教会教友。
  • The young man is very conservative.这个年轻人很守旧。
31 jack 53Hxp     
n.插座,千斤顶,男人;v.抬起,提醒,扛举;n.(Jake)杰克
参考例句:
  • I am looking for the headphone jack.我正在找寻头戴式耳机插孔。
  • He lifted the car with a jack to change the flat tyre.他用千斤顶把车顶起来换下瘪轮胎。
32 quart TCMyf     
n.夸脱(液量、干量单位)
参考例句:
  • There is a quart of milk left in the pail.桶里还剩下一夸脱牛奶。
  • That glass will contain a quart of beer.那个杯子可容一夸脱啤酒。
33 convention KYFza     
n.惯例,习俗,常规,会议,大会
参考例句:
  • How many delegates have checked in at the convention?大会已有多少代表报到?
  • He sets at naught every convention of society.他轻视所有的社会习俗。
34 conventions 8b16228fe06418aeaeccfa0af9f10323     
(某一职业、政党等的人士召开的)大会( convention的名词复数 ); 协议; 习俗; (美国)全国代表大会
参考例句:
  • They broke away from conventions. 他们打破了常规。
  • They disregard social conventions without being conscious that they are doing anything extraordinary. 他们不顾社会习俗,并未意识到自己在做些与众不同的事。
35 farmhouse kt1zIk     
n.农场住宅(尤指主要住房)
参考例句:
  • We fell for the farmhouse as soon as we saw it.我们对那所农舍一见倾心。
  • We put up for the night at a farmhouse.我们在一间农舍投宿了一夜。
36 declaration rxrxj     
n.宣布,宣告,宣言,声明(书),申报
参考例句:
  • We read the declaration posted on the bulletin board.我们读了贴在布告板上的声明。
  • At the recent convention a declaration was adopted.在最近举行的大会上通过了一项宣言。
37 violates 05527bb6855ae7f53cbf1865ce5b4b05     
亵渎( violate的第三人称单数 ); 违反; 侵犯; 强奸
参考例句:
  • Anyone who violates law and discipline must firmly be slapped down. 对于任何违法乱纪的人都必须坚决予以打击。
  • The country violates the international agreements. 那个国家违背了国际协议。
38 crisis pzJxT     
n.危机,危急关头,决定性时刻,关键阶段
参考例句:
  • He had proved that he could be relied on in a crisis.他已表明,在紧要关头他是可以信赖的。
  • The topic today centers about the crisis in the Middle East.今天课题的中心是中东危机。
39 antibiotics LzgzQT     
n.(用作复数)抗生素;(用作单数)抗生物质的研究;抗生素,抗菌素( antibiotic的名词复数 )
参考例句:
  • the discovery of antibiotics in the 20th century 20世纪抗生素的发现
  • The doctor gave me a prescription for antibiotics. 医生给我开了抗生素。
40 labor P9Tzs     
n.劳动,努力,工作,劳工;分娩;vi.劳动,努力,苦干;vt.详细分析;麻烦
参考例句:
  • We are never late in satisfying him for his labor.我们从不延误付给他劳动报酬。
  • He was completely spent after two weeks of hard labor.艰苦劳动两周后,他已经疲惫不堪了。
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