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News & Reports 2011-03-19

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Hello and Welcome to News and Reports on China Radio International.

In This Edition

Chinese President Hu Jintao visits Japanese embassy in Beijing to convey condolences for victims of the devastating1 earthquake and tsunami2 in Japan.

People around Japan observe a moment of silence to commemorate3 the devastating disaster a week ago.

The unfolding nuclear crisis in Japan prompts China's re-examining of its nuclear power facilities, which the authorities claim are working fine.

And business leaders say heavy anti-dumping duties by European Union on Chinese ceramic4 tiles amount to trade protectionism and will hurt China's ceramic tile industry.


Hot Issue Reports

Japan-nuke: disaster level upgraded to 5; IAEA chief urges more information; WHO warns side effects of iodide tablets
Japan's nuclear safety agency has raised the accident seriousness level of the disaster to 5 from level 4.
The scale defines a level 4 incident as having local consequences and a level 5 incident as having wider consequences.
Meantime, IAEA chief Yukiya Amano has urged Japan to provide more information on its crisis, as the battle to regain5 control of the Fukushima Daiichi power plant enters a second week.
"We see it as an extremely serious accident. The international community is concerned about this issue. So, it is important to co-operate with the international community in dealing6 with it."
He made the comments after meeting with Japanese Prime Minister Naoto Kan.
Kan says Japan will try its utmost to disclose more information to the international community.
A four-member team of nuclear experts from IAEA are now monitoring radiation in Tokyo and will conduct further tests in the troubled plant.
Emergency workers at the power plant have been dousing7 reactors8 using helicopters and fire hoses, and are now battling to restore electricity.
Japanese engineers now say burying the crippled nuclear plant in sand and concrete may be the only way to prevent a catastrophic radiation release, the method used to seal huge leakages10 from Chernobyl in 1986.
Meanwhile, in the wake of a salt panic buying across China, Michael O'Leary, the World Health Organization's China representative, says the spread of radiation from Japan nuclear plant remains11 limited.
He also warns iodine12 supplements or salt should not be treated as a substitute for prescribed tablets.
"The WHO has recently released a statement like that on its website to encourage the use of potassium iodide or iodine supplementation only if recommended by authorities who are knowledgeable13 about its use. It does have potential side effects as well, and so it should not be used indiscriminately."
O'Leary adds the amount of iodine in salt is so low that it would not be possible to consume enough salt to get a protective dose.

Japan-locals: "The town full of memories is gone"
People around Japan Friday observed a moment of silence to commemorate the devastating disaster a week ago.
In the town of Rikuzentakata, once a picturesque14 seaside community, a siren rung as workers stood silent near debris15.
The town sits in northeast Japan's Iwate prefecture. Recovery efforts continue in there and residents are still reeling from the devastation16.
Minoru Hatakeyama traveled to his hometown to look for missing relatives. He appealed for more aid.
"The town full of memories is gone. Everything has disappeared and this is truly regrettable. Now that this has happened, I would like more aid to come from our country's government and everyone."
Iwate prefecture is one of the worst-hit, with nearly 2-thousand people confirmed dead and more than 4-thousand missing.
"We can't live in our home anymore, and since the stores aren't open anymore, we can't find any food. So we need to come here to get supplies."
Latest official death toll17 from the catastrophe18 has topped 6,900 while more than 10,300 others are still unaccounted for.
Around the country, some 300-thousand people were left homeless are staying in shelters, battling freezing cold and facing shortage in clean water and heating oil.

Nuclear Power Stations in China Work Well
Anchor: The unfolding nuclear crisis in Japan has also caused unease throughout the world. China has been examining all operating nuclear power plants in the country, as well as those under construction. Major plants like the Daya Bay nuclear power station are reported working fine.
Liu Min has more.
Reporter:
Nuclear power stations and facilities in China are undergoing stringent19 safety checks. Ren Junsheng from the State Nuclear Security Expert Committee at the Da Yawan Nuclear Power Stations says the plant is working normally.
"We have carried out checks at different locations, and are comparing the data with the data from January this year. The results show there are no big changes. So far we haven't been affected20 by Japan's nuclear leakage9, and it also means our plants are working quite stably and safely."
Right after the earthquake, the State Council called for "the most advanced standards" to be used in safety checks. Any project failing to meet these standards must be halted.
The nuclear crisis in Japan is mainly due to the Tsunami after the earthquake. The waves hit the engines of the reactors, and shut down the electric supply, which caused the reactors to heat up and release radiation. But in order to meet the demand for large amount of cooling water, many nuclear power stations around the world are located near the sea.
People are starting to ask if plants like the Shenzhen-based Daya Bay power station could also face danger if a tsunami occured. Ren Junsheng explains that Daya Bay is quite different from the Fukushima Daiichi plant's situation in Japan.
"Tsunami is caused by earthquake in the sea, and the depth of sea water should exceed several hundred meters or even thousand meters to generate such a huge wave as high as 10 meters."
Daya Bay is located at the margin21 of the sea, at a shallow water depth, lower than 100 meters. The highest wave to the seashore near Daya Bay in the historical record was below 0.5 meters. Besides that, many islands near the Daya Bay should also reduce the serious Tsunami's power before it hits the nuclear power station.
Ren Junsheng says many facilities protect the station from being hit by disasters like Tsunami and Hurricane.
"There is a 16 metre high wall to prevent huge waves from the sea. The reactors are built on a 7 meter high base. So far, it shows no record that the waves have ever flowed over the wall."
China is building 12 nuclear plants in addition to the six already in operation, with at least 25 in the pipeline22. Production capacity is scheduled to be expanded to 86 gigawatts in 2020 from the current 10.8 gigawatts, and nuclear power is set to be increased to 5 percent of China's total energy output, up from 1 percent now. The ambitious development plan has also aroused questions among the public ever since the Japanese earthquake wrought23 havoc24 last Friday. It's now a critical problem for the whole world, and more important than ever to come up with stronger protection throughout the entire nuclear power industry.
For CRI, I'm Liu Min.

Libya: China supports, but has "serious reservations" with UN no-fly resolution
The UN Security Council has backed a no-fly zone over Libya and "all necessary measures" to protect civilians25 short of an invasion.
It appears to give legal weight to attacks against Muammar Gaddafi's ground forces.
It is not clear what form of intervention26 will be taken and when it will begin.
The 15-member Security Council voted 10-0 in favor, with five abstentions, including China and Russia.
Chinese UN Ambassador Li Baodong says China supports the action "to halt acts of violence against civilians".
He also explains China's abstention.
"China is always against the use of force in international relations. In the Security Council's consultations27 on resolution 1973, we and some other council members asked some specific questions. However, regrettably, many of those questions failed to be clarified or answered."
Chinese Foreign Ministry28 spokeswoman Jiang Yu says it has serious reservations with parts of the latest U.N. resolution on Libya.

EU to impose anti-dumping duties on Chinese ceramic tiles
Anchor: The European Commission announced earlier this week that it would impose up to 73 percent anti-dumping duties on imports of Chinese ceramic tiles.
Trade experts suspect the tariffs29 amount to trade protectionism and will have a huge impact on China's ceramic tile industry.
Yingying has the details.
Reporter:
The European Union made the decision based on an anti-dumping probe against imported ceramic tiles from China launched in June 2010. It argued that European tile producers were affected by imports of low-priced Chinese ceramic tiles.
More than 1,400 enterprises were involved in the probe. Eighty percent of them are located in Foshan in southern China's Guangdong Province.
Lan Weibing, Chief of the China Ceramic Industry Association's Foshan Branch, says the average price of Chinese ceramic tiles on the EU market might be five to six percentage points lower than those from Spain and Italy.
Lan contends that up to 73 percent anti-dumping duties are too high.
"The impact will be huge, because according to our statistics in 2009, over 70 million square meters of ceramic tiles were exported to the EU from China. More than three billion U.S. dollars were involved in the trade."
Lan Weibing says the EU accounts for 10 percent of Foshan's ceramic tile overseas market. The new duty will force 15 percent of related enterprises to shut down.
It's reported that the EU is the world's second-biggest ceramic tile producer after China and exports nearly 25 percent of its production.
Li Guangji, a researcher with the China National Institute of World Trade Organization, says the EU's decision amounts to trade protectionism.
"The anti-dumping duties on Chinese ceramic tiles will increase the import of ceramic tiles within the EU region. In other words, the EU aims to protect the ceramic tile production within its own region."
The researcher says in recent years there has been an upward trend in the number of anti-dumping duties the EU has imposed on Chinese exports. This will have a negative impact on related producers in China. But in the long term, it will spur Chinese enterprises to upgrade their products and increase overseas investment.
Lan Weibing, Chief of China Ceramic Industry Association's Foshan Branch, agrees.
"We should develop new products with core competitiveness and high added value. And we encourage qualified30 enterprises to set up factories overseas."
The anti-dumping duties went into effect on Thursday and will remain in place for six months.
For CRI, I'm Yingying.

Income and Social Security Key in Boosting Personal Consumption
Anchor: Latest figures show that more people in China prefer spending less and saving during the current period of rising housing prices and high inflation.
As Wu Jia reports, some economists31 say this trend in consumption behaviour poses a challenge to the government's economic transformation32 efforts.
Reporter:
In its latest quarterly survey of bank depositors, the People's Bank of China says more than 85 percent of urban residents increasingly prefer depositing money in banks.
The central bank finds that residents' willingness to "consume more" has fallen to the lowest point since 1999, when the survey was first launched.
Cao Heping, an economics professor at Peking University, explains the reasons behind the reluctance33 to consume.
"During the past ten months, China's CPI has consistently been on the rise. With the rise of CPI, consumers become more carefully about spending their money."
China's Consumer Price Index, a main gauge34 of inflation, has been above the official warning line of three percent since last May. The index remains stubbornly high, rising to 4.9 percent year on year in February.
Cao Heping says the current high housing prices are also restricting people's motivation to spend.
Liu Zhongqing, a salesman living in Hangzhou, says he saves half of his monthly salary and has no intention to increase his personal consumption.
"The home prices are too high, especially in big and medium sized cities. Moreover, the mortgage rates have been raised. So I will not jump to buy a house in the near future. Right now I just want to save as much money as I can."
The newly released figures by the National Bureau of Statistics show that housing prices in most major Chinese cities continued to rise month on month in February. On a year-on-year basis, prices of new homes rose in 68 out of the 70 major cities.
Cao Heping, the expert from Peking University, says the reluctance to spend money will have a negative impact on China's economic transformation.
"If residents don't want to spend their money, our current industrial structure is likely to stay intact. As a result, the government will face a bigger difficulty in transforming its industrial structure."
He advises the government to strike a balance between boosting residents' consumption and curbing35 the rising inflation and housing prices.
"Policies aiming to combat housing prices and inflation can stimulate36 people's spending motivation to some extent. But some of the anti-inflation polices may lead to the decline of spending activities. To boost consumption, I think the best and fundamental way is to increase residents' income, improve the medical service and build a universal social security network."
Early this month in the annual parliamentary session, Chinese leadership pledged to pay more attention to people's livelihood37 over the next five years.
Premier38 Wen Jiabao assured that the growth of residents' disposable income will outpace the annual economic growth rate during 2011 to 2015.
Official figures show the Chinese economy expanded by 11.2 percent on average during the past five years. At same time people's disposable income increased by less than ten percent.
For CRI, I'm Wu Jia.

Ideal Home Show 2011
Anchor: Spring is in the air and proud homeowners are heading to the Ideal Home Show in London to get the latest inspiration in home fashions. This year the big focus is on sustainable living - in all shapes and sizes.
Our reporter Li Dong has the details.
Reporter: Every spring, as part of annual ritual, many homeowners in the UK decide to do a bit of DIY to improve their living space. Ideal Home Show is such a place where they can showcase creative ideas. It's the country's biggest and longest running home and garden fair.
This year, at the 103rd Ideal Home Show, around 500 exhibitors brought what they believe will be the latest trends and gadgets39 for the future home.
For example, you can send a text message to the 'Bath-O-Matic Eco Whirlpool Ultimate' bathtub to fill itself up, ready for you to jump in when you get home. By pressing a button on the tub's edge, up pops a 24inch HD screen, or ice-cold champagne40 from the bathtub's built-in fridge.
According to show presenter41 Lee Baldry, all our household appliances will soon be customized to suit our every whim42.
"The house of the future is going to be designed around one person, and that's you. So it's going to be all about how it can help you, how it can you know how to assist your life, make your life easier, better, more exciting, literally43 opening up your home to the world via, of course, the Internet."
Managing Director of New World Bathrooms John Thompson explains that his shower is the ultimate must-have luxury appliance for those who don't want to move a finger in the morning.
"Where this one differs from other models on the market and from other models on this stand is that I've specifically designed this one to include a body drier in the roof, a drier system. So that, obviously it's a steam room, you use the steam as you would a steam sauna, then when you finish you have a shower - there's a big monsoon44 shower there - when you finish the shower press the button and the heat blows and dries your body off completely so you don't need to use a towel, you step out of the shower, nice and dry."
The Ideal Home includes personal gadgets that may or may not come off.
Simple inhaler technology is at the heart of Le Whif, a device for delivering measured doses of vitamins or minerals, in a variety of flavors.
"Le Whif is quite clever actually because we all take vitamins and minerals in tablet form or effervescent in a glass of water, but this way you're literally inhaling45 the vitamins. So, one they get into your bloodstream quicker, and two, for those who calorie count, if you're on a diet, they are less than one calorie per whiff."
Interior designer and architect George Clarke has designed a completely eco-friendly house. Take the tiles for example,Clarke says, the EFT1 tiles may look like any normal tile, but the technology that lies behind them is anything but ordinary.
"There's a tile in there that's coated in a film of titanium dioxide. And titanium dioxide basically can turn CO2 back into oxygen. So in effect that tile is like a tree: it can absorb the CO2 and emit oxygen. And that is mad, I think it's brilliant, you know, the fact that we've got such great technology in the world now that can do such great things for the environment, I find it so refreshing46."
Tiles like these can make a real contribution to the environment: 1,000 square meters of EFT1 tiles can produce the equivalent amount of oxygen as 20 mature trees.
The Ideal Home Show runs until March 27th at the Excel Centre in London.
For CRI, I am Li Dong.


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1 devastating muOzlG     
adj.毁灭性的,令人震惊的,强有力的
参考例句:
  • It is the most devastating storm in 20 years.这是20年来破坏性最大的风暴。
  • Affairs do have a devastating effect on marriages.婚外情确实会对婚姻造成毁灭性的影响。
2 tsunami bpAyo     
n.海啸
参考例句:
  • Powerful quake sparks tsunami warning in Japan.大地震触发了日本的海啸预警。
  • Coastlines all around the Indian Ocean inundated by a huge tsunami.大海啸把印度洋沿岸地区都淹没了。
3 commemorate xbEyN     
vt.纪念,庆祝
参考例句:
  • This building was built to commemorate the Fire of London.这栋大楼是为纪念“伦敦大火”而兴建的。
  • We commemorate the founding of our nation with a public holiday.我们放假一日以庆祝国庆。
4 ceramic lUsyc     
n.制陶业,陶器,陶瓷工艺
参考例句:
  • 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。
5 regain YkYzPd     
vt.重新获得,收复,恢复
参考例句:
  • He is making a bid to regain his World No.1 ranking.他正为重登世界排名第一位而努力。
  • The government is desperate to regain credibility with the public.政府急于重新获取公众的信任。
6 dealing NvjzWP     
n.经商方法,待人态度
参考例句:
  • 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。
7 dousing 89a4b1d7bbc52f6e78862dd850399bd2     
v.浇水在…上( douse的现在分词 );熄灯[火]
参考例句:
  • The other spider took a second dousing before it emerged, still alive. 另外一个蜘蛛在冲刷第二遍时才被发现,是个活蜘蛛。 来自互联网
  • At this point, the specimen can be shattered by dousing it with sterilized warm saline. 此时,可以用浸入温暖的消毒盐水的方法粉碎标本。 来自互联网
8 reactors 774794d45796c1ac60b7fda5e55a878b     
起反应的人( reactor的名词复数 ); 反应装置; 原子炉; 核反应堆
参考例句:
  • The TMI nuclear facility has two reactors. 三哩岛核设施有两个反应堆。 来自英汉非文学 - 环境法 - 环境法
  • The earliest production reactors necessarily used normal uranium as fuel. 最早为生产用的反应堆,必须使用普通铀作为燃料。
9 leakage H1dxq     
n.漏,泄漏;泄漏物;漏出量
参考例句:
  • Large areas of land have been contaminated by the leakage from the nuclear reactor.大片地区都被核反应堆的泄漏物污染了。
  • The continuing leakage is the result of the long crack in the pipe.这根管子上的那一条裂缝致使渗漏不断。
10 leakages 36373042d7bcef17373f6410c1bd165a     
泄露; 漏( leakage的名词复数 ); 漏出; 漏出物; 渗漏物
参考例句:
  • We can see that the flow has both leakages from it and injection into it. 我们就可以看到,这个流量既有漏出的又有注入的。
  • We can see that the flow has both leakages from it and injections into it. 我们就可以看到,这个流量是既有漏出的又有注入的。
11 remains 1kMzTy     
n.剩余物,残留物;遗体,遗迹
参考例句:
  • He ate the remains of food hungrily.他狼吞虎咽地吃剩余的食物。
  • The remains of the meal were fed to the dog.残羹剩饭喂狗了。
12 iodine Da6zr     
n.碘,碘酒
参考例句:
  • The doctor painted iodine on the cut.医生在伤口上涂点碘酒。
  • Iodine tends to localize in the thyroid.碘容易集于甲状腺。
13 knowledgeable m2Yxg     
adj.知识渊博的;有见识的
参考例句:
  • He's quite knowledgeable about the theatre.他对戏剧很有心得。
  • He made some knowledgeable remarks at the meeting.他在会上的发言颇有见地。
14 picturesque qlSzeJ     
adj.美丽如画的,(语言)生动的,绘声绘色的
参考例句:
  • You can see the picturesque shores beside the river.在河边你可以看到景色如画的两岸。
  • That was a picturesque phrase.那是一个形象化的说法。
15 debris debris     
n.瓦砾堆,废墟,碎片
参考例句:
  • After the bombing there was a lot of debris everywhere.轰炸之后到处瓦砾成堆。
  • Bacteria sticks to food debris in the teeth,causing decay.细菌附着在牙缝中的食物残渣上,导致蛀牙。
16 devastation ku9zlF     
n.毁坏;荒废;极度震惊或悲伤
参考例句:
  • The bomb caused widespread devastation. 炸弹造成大面积破坏。
  • There was devastation on every side. 到处都是破坏的创伤。 来自《简明英汉词典》
17 toll LJpzo     
n.过路(桥)费;损失,伤亡人数;v.敲(钟)
参考例句:
  • The hailstone took a heavy toll of the crops in our village last night.昨晚那场冰雹损坏了我们村的庄稼。
  • The war took a heavy toll of human life.这次战争夺去了许多人的生命。
18 catastrophe WXHzr     
n.大灾难,大祸
参考例句:
  • 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。
19 stringent gq4yz     
adj.严厉的;令人信服的;银根紧的
参考例句:
  • Financiers are calling for a relaxation of these stringent measures.金融家呼吁对这些严厉的措施予以放宽。
  • Some of the conditions in the contract are too stringent.合同中有几项条件太苛刻。
20 affected TzUzg0     
adj.不自然的,假装的
参考例句:
  • 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。
21 margin 67Mzp     
n.页边空白;差额;余地,余裕;边,边缘
参考例句:
  • We allowed a margin of 20 minutes in catching the train.我们有20分钟的余地赶火车。
  • The village is situated at the margin of a forest.村子位于森林的边缘。
22 pipeline aNUxN     
n.管道,管线
参考例句:
  • The pipeline supplies Jordan with 15 per cent of its crude oil.该管道供给约旦15%的原油。
  • A single pipeline serves all the houses with water.一条单管路给所有的房子供水。
23 wrought EoZyr     
v.引起;以…原料制作;运转;adj.制造的
参考例句:
  • Events in Paris wrought a change in British opinion towards France and Germany.巴黎发生的事件改变了英国对法国和德国的看法。
  • It's a walking stick with a gold head wrought in the form of a flower.那是一个金质花形包头的拐杖。
24 havoc 9eyxY     
n.大破坏,浩劫,大混乱,大杂乱
参考例句:
  • 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。
25 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。
26 intervention e5sxZ     
n.介入,干涉,干预
参考例句:
  • The government's intervention in this dispute will not help.政府对这场争论的干预不会起作用。
  • Many people felt he would be hostile to the idea of foreign intervention.许多人觉得他会反对外来干预。
27 consultations bc61566a804b15898d05aff1e97f0341     
n.磋商(会议)( consultation的名词复数 );商讨会;协商会;查找
参考例句:
  • Consultations can be arranged at other times by appointment. 磋商可以通过预约安排在其他时间。 来自《现代汉英综合大词典》
  • Consultations are under way. 正在进行磋商。 来自《现代汉英综合大词典》
28 ministry kD5x2     
n.(政府的)部;牧师
参考例句:
  • They sent a deputation to the ministry to complain.他们派了一个代表团到部里投诉。
  • We probed the Air Ministry statements.我们调查了空军部的记录。
29 tariffs a7eb9a3f31e3d6290c240675a80156ec     
关税制度; 关税( tariff的名词复数 ); 关税表; (旅馆或饭店等的)收费表; 量刑标准
参考例句:
  • British industry was sheltered from foreign competition by protective tariffs. 保护性关税使英国工业免受国际竞争影响。
  • The new tariffs have put a stranglehold on trade. 新的关税制对开展贸易极为不利。
30 qualified DCPyj     
adj.合格的,有资格的,胜任的,有限制的
参考例句:
  • He is qualified as a complete man of letters.他有资格当真正的文学家。
  • We must note that we still lack qualified specialists.我们必须看到我们还缺乏有资质的专家。
31 economists 2ba0a36f92d9c37ef31cc751bca1a748     
n.经济学家,经济专家( economist的名词复数 )
参考例句:
  • The sudden rise in share prices has confounded economists. 股价的突然上涨使经济学家大惑不解。
  • Foreign bankers and economists cautiously welcomed the minister's initiative. 外国银行家和经济学家对部长的倡议反应谨慎。 来自《简明英汉词典》
32 transformation SnFwO     
n.变化;改造;转变
参考例句:
  • Going to college brought about a dramatic transformation in her outlook.上大学使她的观念发生了巨大的变化。
  • He was struggling to make the transformation from single man to responsible husband.他正在努力使自己由单身汉变为可靠的丈夫。
33 reluctance 8VRx8     
n.厌恶,讨厌,勉强,不情愿
参考例句:
  • The police released Andrew with reluctance.警方勉强把安德鲁放走了。
  • He showed the greatest reluctance to make a reply.他表示很不愿意答复。
34 gauge 2gMxz     
v.精确计量;估计;n.标准度量;计量器
参考例句:
  • Can you gauge what her reaction is likely to be?你能揣测她的反应可能是什么吗?
  • It's difficult to gauge one's character.要判断一个人的品格是很困难的。
35 curbing 8c36e8e7e184a75aca623e404655efad     
n.边石,边石的材料v.限制,克制,抑制( curb的现在分词 )
参考例句:
  • Progress has been made in curbing inflation. 在控制通货膨胀方面已取得了进展。
  • A range of policies have been introduced aimed at curbing inflation. 为了抑制通货膨胀实施了一系列的政策。
36 stimulate wuSwL     
vt.刺激,使兴奋;激励,使…振奋
参考例句:
  • Your encouragement will stimulate me to further efforts.你的鼓励会激发我进一步努力。
  • Success will stimulate the people for fresh efforts.成功能鼓舞人们去作新的努力。
37 livelihood sppzWF     
n.生计,谋生之道
参考例句:
  • Appropriate arrangements will be made for their work and livelihood.他们的工作和生活会得到妥善安排。
  • My father gained a bare livelihood of family by his own hands.父亲靠自己的双手勉强维持家计。
38 premier R19z3     
adj.首要的;n.总理,首相
参考例句:
  • The Irish Premier is paying an official visit to Britain.爱尔兰总理正在对英国进行正式访问。
  • He requested that the premier grant him an internview.他要求那位总理接见他一次。
39 gadgets 7239f3f3f78d7b7d8bbb906e62f300b4     
n.小机械,小器具( gadget的名词复数 )
参考例句:
  • Certainly. The idea is not to have a house full of gadgets. 当然。设想是房屋不再充满小配件。 来自超越目标英语 第4册
  • This meant more gadgets and more experiments. 这意味着要设计出更多的装置,做更多的实验。 来自英汉非文学 - 科学史
40 champagne iwBzh3     
n.香槟酒;微黄色
参考例句:
  • There were two glasses of champagne on the tray.托盘里有两杯香槟酒。
  • They sat there swilling champagne.他们坐在那里大喝香槟酒。
41 presenter llRzYi     
n.(电视、广播的)主持人,赠与者
参考例句:
  • Most people think being a television presenter is exciting.很多人认为当电视节目主持人是一件刺激的事情。
  • The programme dispensed with its most popular presenter.这个节目最受欢迎的主持人被换掉了。
42 whim 2gywE     
n.一时的兴致,突然的念头;奇想,幻想
参考例句:
  • I bought the encyclopedia on a whim.我凭一时的兴致买了这本百科全书。
  • He had a sudden whim to go sailing today.今天他突然想要去航海。
43 literally 28Wzv     
adv.照字面意义,逐字地;确实
参考例句:
  • He translated the passage literally.他逐字逐句地翻译这段文字。
  • Sometimes she would not sit down till she was literally faint.有时候,她不走到真正要昏厥了,决不肯坐下来。
44 monsoon 261zf     
n.季雨,季风,大雨
参考例句:
  • The monsoon rains started early this year.今年季雨降雨开始得早。
  • The main climate type in that region is monsoon.那个地区主要以季风气候为主要气候类型。
45 inhaling 20098cce0f51e7ae5171c97d7853194a     
v.吸入( inhale的现在分词 )
参考例句:
  • He was treated for the effects of inhaling smoke. 他因吸入烟尘而接受治疗。 来自辞典例句
  • The long-term effects of inhaling contaminated air is unknown. 长期吸入被污染空气的影响还无从知晓。 来自互联网
46 refreshing HkozPQ     
adj.使精神振作的,使人清爽的,使人喜欢的
参考例句:
  • I find it'so refreshing to work with young people in this department.我发现和这一部门的青年一起工作令人精神振奋。
  • The water was cold and wonderfully refreshing.水很涼,特别解乏提神。
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