50.benign[b'nan]

a.①(肿瘤等)良性的 ②和蔼的

例句:

He shook his head in benign amusement. 他好笑又宽厚地摇摇头。


51.beset[b'set]

vt.困扰,使苦恼

例句:

The business has been beset with financial problems. 该企业为财务问题所困扰。


52.besiege[b'sid]

vt.①围攻,包围 ②困扰

例句:

Miller was besieged by press photographers.米勒被新闻摄影师团团围住。

53.beware[b'we]

v.当心,谨防

例句:

They should beware of making hasty decisions. 他们应该当心不要仓促作决定。


54.bilateral[ba'lt()r()l]

a.①双边的 ②有两面的

例句:

Nothing emerged from the bilateral talks. 双边会谈没有结果。


55.bin[bn]

n.①垃圾箱 ②大储藏箱vt.扔,丢弃

例句:

Throw it in the bin. 把它扔到垃圾箱里去。


56.binoculars[b'nkjlz]

n.双筒望远镜

例句:

He stood to his pay of 50 pounds for my binoculars. 他坚持只付50英镑买我的双筒望远镜。


57.blackmail['blkmel]

n.①敲诈 ②胁迫vt.敲诈

例句:

It looks like the pictures were being used for blackmail. 看来这些照片正被用于敲诈勒索。


58.bleach[blit]

v.(使)漂白,变白n.漂白剂

例句:

These products don't bleach the hair. 这些产品不会使头发脱色。


59.bluff①[blf]

v.虚张声势,唬人n.唬人

例句:

The letter was a bluff. 这封信是虚张声势。


60.bluff②[blf]

a.直率豪爽的

例句:

He was a bluff no-nonsense administrator. 他是一个干脆豪爽的主管。


61.bolster['blst]

vt.改善,加强n.(床头上的)垫枕

例句:

Hopes of an early cut in interest rates bolstered confidence. 提前降低利率的希望增强了信心。


62.bouquet[b'ke]

n.①花束 ②(尤指酒的)香味

例句:

The woman carried a bouquet of dried violets. 那个女子拿着一束干紫罗兰花。


63.bout[bat]

n.一回,一场

例句:

He was recovering from a severe bout of flu. 他当时正从一次严重的流感中康复。


64.brigade[br'ged]

n.①旅 ②(承担特殊任务的)团

例句:

On hearing the alarm the fire brigade rushed to the scene. 消防队闻讯赶到现场。


65.buffalo['bfl]

n.水牛,野牛

例句:

They hallow the buffalo. 他们把水牛视为神圣。


66.carton['kɑtn]

n.硬纸盒;塑料盒

例句:

We hope that you will take measures to reinforce this sort of carton with iron straps.我们希望你们采取措施用金属条加固这种纸板箱。


67.Celsius['selsis]

a.摄氏的n.摄氏温度

例句:

The thermometer shows the temperature in Celsius and Fahrenheit. 这个温度计会显示摄氏温度和华氏温度。


68.censor['sens]

n.(电影等的)审查员vt.删剪

例句:

The film had to be cut before the board of censors accepted it. 这部电影得先进行剪辑,才能得到审查委员会的认可。


69.ceramic[s'rmk]

n.(常pl.)陶瓷制品a.陶瓷的

例句:

I keep a small pretty ceramic container of salt on my stove. 我的炉灶上一直放着一个很小但很精美的陶瓷容器来装盐。


70.chancellor['tɑns()l]

n.①财政大臣 ②校长

例句:

In Britain the Chancellor of the Exchequer deals with taxes and government spending. 在英国,财政大臣负责税务和政府的开支。


71.cleanse[klenz]

vt.①使清洁,净化 ②消毒

例句:

The mayor was elected on a promise to cleanse the city government of corruption. 市长当选时许诺要清除市政府的腐败行为。


72.clench[klent]

vt.握紧,咬紧

例句:

Jody was pacing the sidelines, her fists clenched. 乔迪紧握双拳,在边线上来回踱步。


73.clergy['kldi]

n.[统称]牧师,神职人员

例句:

All the local clergy attended the ceremony. 当地所有的牧师出席了仪式。


74.cliché['kli:e]

n.陈词滥调,老生常谈

例句:

There is plenty of truth in the cliché that a trouble shared is a trouble halved. “有人分忧,烦恼化小”这句老话说得很有道理。


75.cloak[klk]

n.斗篷,披风;遮盖物vt.掩盖,掩饰

例句:

The political party is used as a cloak for terrorist activities. 这个政党被用作搞恐怖活动的幌子。


76.clog[klg]

n.木底鞋,木屐v.(使)阻塞,堵塞

例句:

Over many years, the pipes had got clogged up with grease. 多年下来,管道都被油腻物堵塞了。


77.cockpit['kk,pt]

n.①(飞机的)驾驶舱 ②斗鸡场

例句:

He climbed out of the cockpit and waved to us. 他爬出座舱,向我们挥手。


78.coconut['kknt]

n.①椰子 ②椰子肉

例句:

The oil can come from animal fat or plant sources like coconut or sunflower. 油可以产自动物脂肪或者植物来源,比如椰子或者向日葵。


79.coexist[,kg'zst]

vi.共存,并存

例句:

Our foreign policy is to coexist with other countries. 我们的外交政策是和其他国家和平共处。


80.colonel['knl]

n.上校

例句:

The captain jumped several grades and now was a colonel. 这名上尉一连跳过了好几级,现在是上校了。


81.compassion[km'p()n]

n.同情,怜悯

例句:

Did he feel any compassion for the victim of his crime? 他对自己罪行的受害者是否感到同情?


82.complacent[km'ples()nt]

a.自满的,得意的

例句:

We simply cannot afford to be complacent about the future of our car industry. 我们完全没有资格对汽车业的前景沾沾自喜。


83.conceit[kn'sit]

n.自负,自大

例句:

Reyes emits confidence without conceit. 罗伊斯表现出自信但不自负。


84.concurrent[kn'krnt]

a.①同时发生的 ②并存的

例句:

The exhibition reflected concurrent developments abroad. 该展览反映了现在国外的发展情况。


85.conducive[kn'djusv]

a.有益的

例句:

Library is an environment conducive to learning. 图书馆的环境有助于学习。


86.confide[kn'fad]

vt.①将……托付给…… ②吐露(自己的隐私)

例句:

I've never felt able to confide in my sister. 我从来都没有觉得可以对姐姐吐露心中的秘密。


87.congregate['kgrget]

vi.集合,聚集

例句:

Crowds began to congregate to hear the President's speech. 人群开始聚拢来聆听总统的演讲。


88.connotation[,kn'te()n]

n.隐含意义,言外之意

例句:

The word “professional” has connotations of skill and excellence. “专业的”一词带有技能和出色的含义。


89.conspire[kn'spa]

vi.共谋,图谋

例句:

All six men admitted conspiring to steal cars. 这六人全部承认一起密谋偷车。


90.consulate['knsjlt]

n.领事馆

例句:

You have to visit the consulate or embassy. 你必须到领事馆或大使馆去。


91.contagious[kn'teds]

a.(疾病)接触传染的

例句:

This is both contagious and deadly and must be avoided at all costs. 这会传染且是致命的,必须不惜一切代价加以避免。


92.contingent①[kn'tndnt]

a.视条件而定的

例句:

Further investment is contingent upon the company's profit performance. 进一步的投资取决于公司的利润情况。


93.contingent②[kn'tndnt]

n.①小分队 ②代表团

例句:

Has the Scottish contingent arrived yet? 苏格兰代表团到了没有?


94.convoy['knv]

vt.护航n.舰队

例句:

The British left in a convoy of ②0 cars. 英国人在一支由 ②0辆汽车组成的车队护送下离开了。


95.coral['krl]

n.珊瑚

例句:

The women have elaborate necklaces of turquoise and pink coral. 女士们拥有绿宝石和粉色珊瑚制成的精美项链。


96.corporal['kp()rl]

n.(陆军等的)下士

例句:

He was busted to corporal for being absent without leave. 他因擅离职守而被降级为下士。


97.cosmopolitan[,kzm'plt()n]

a.世界性的

例句:

Alexander envisioned a cosmopolitan culture in his new empire. 亚历山大打算让他的新帝国具有世界性的文化。


98.counteract[,kantr'kt]

vt.抵消,中和

例句:

They gave him drugs to counteract his withdrawal symptoms. 他们给他服药以消除他的脱瘾症状。


99.counterfeit['kantft]

vt.伪造a.假冒的

例句:

They admitted counterfeiting documents. 他们承认伪造了文件。


100.coup[ku]

n.①政变 ②努力办到难办的事

例句:

Haiti's first elected president was deposed in a violent military coup. 海地的第一位民选总统在一场剧烈的军事政变中被废黜。