101. cram [krm]

v.①把……塞进 ②临时死记硬背

示例:

Jill crammed her clothes into the bag. 吉尔把自己的衣服塞进袋子里。



102. crate[kret]

n.装货箱,木板条箱

示例:

He bought a crate of oranges for his children.他给孩子们买了一箱橘子。



103. crave[krev]

vt.热望,渴望

示例:

The tree may crave calm, but the wind will not drop. 树欲静而风不止。



104. credentials [kr'den()lz]

n.(pl.)①资格,资历 ②资格证书,证明书,证件

示例:

Please show your credentials. 请出示证件。



105. cricket['krkt]

n.蟋蟀;板球(运动)

示例:

During the summer term we would play cricket at the village ground. 夏季学期里我们常在村里的空地上玩板球。



106. crouch[krat]

vi.蹲下,蹲伏

示例:

He crouched in the shadows near the doorway. 他蹲在门道近旁的阴影里。



107. crow[kr]

vi.①啼叫 ②自鸣得意n.乌鸦

示例:

He was crowing over winning the bet. 他在大吹自己打赌赢了。



108. crunch[krnt]

n.①压碎声 ②困境vi.嘎吱作响

示例:

The only sound was the crunch of tyres on gravel. 唯一的声音是轮胎压在沙砾上的嘎吱声。



109. cub[kb]

n.幼兽

示例:

The cub is a small bear. 那只幼兽是只小熊。



110. cult[klt]

n.(对某事物非常感兴趣的)崇拜者

示例:

O'Brien has a cult of devoted readers. 奥布赖恩有一批忠实的读者。



111. cunning['kn]

a.①狡猾的 ②灵巧的n.狡猾

示例:

She would use low cunning to win people's sympathy. 她会耍卑鄙的花招来博得别人的同情。



112. curtail[k'tel]

vt.缩减,削减

示例:

Budget cuts have drastically curtailed training programs. 缩减预算严重地影响了培训计划。



113. custody['kstdi]

n.①监护(权) ②拘留

示例:

A man is being held in police custody in connection with the murder. 一名男子因涉嫌谋杀被警方拘留。



114. deadlock['dedlk]

n.(sing.)僵局

示例:

The talks have reached a complete deadlock. 会谈完全陷入僵局。



115. debut['debju]

n./vi.问世

示例:

He made his Major League debut as shortstop. 他以游击手的身份在联合会职业棒球赛上首次亮相。



116. defer[d'f]

v.①拖延 ②(to)(人)遵从

示例:

Further discussion on the proposal will be deferred until April. 对此案的进一步讨论将推迟到4月份。



117. delude[d'lud]

vt.哄骗,欺骗

示例:

It is easy to delude yourself into believing you're in love. 一个人容易误以为自己陷入了爱河。



118. demographic[,dem'grfk]

n.(s)人口统计数据

示例:

The United States has collected the changing demographics of the country. 美国收集了国家变化的人口统计数据。



119.deplete[d'plit]

vt.大量削减(数量等),消耗

示例:

Salmon populations have been severely depleted. 鲑鱼的数量大大减少了。



120. depot['dep]

n.①仓库 ②公共汽车车库③火车站

示例:

The guerrillas burned down the enemy's depot. 游击队放火烧了敌人的仓库。



121. depreciate[d'priiet]

v.贬值vt.贬低,轻视

示例:

The demand for foreign currency depreciates the real value of local currencies. 对外币的需求降低了当地货币的实际价值。



122. deregulate[,di'regjlet]

vt.撤销政府对……的管制

示例:

Some industries, including airlines and trucking have already started to deregulate. 包括航空业和货车运输业在内的若干行业已开始解除管制。



123. desolate"['deslt]['deslet]"

a.孤独的 vt.使感到孤苦

示例:

The foreigner felt desolate in the strange country. 外国人住在异国感到孤寂。



124. deter[d't]

vt.制止,阻止

示例:

The security camera was installed to deter people from stealing. 安装监控摄像机是为了防止偷窃。



125. detergent[d'td()nt]

n.洗涤剂a.洗涤的

示例:

She dunked the shirt in some detergent. 她把衬衣泡在一些洗涤剂中。



126. detriment['detrmnt]

n.损害,伤害

示例:

He worked very long hours, to the detriment of his marriage.他的工作时间很长,这对他的婚姻不利。



127. devastate['devstet]

vt.①摧毁 ②使震惊

示例:

Rob was devastated by the news of her death.罗布听到她死去的消息悲痛欲绝。



128. devour[d'va]

vt.①吞食 ②如饥似渴地看③吞没

示例:

The boys devoured their pancakes. 男孩子们狼吞虎咽地把薄煎饼吃了。



129. diesel['diz()l]

n.①内燃机,柴油机 ②内燃机车

示例:

I keep hearing that diesels are better now than ever before. 我总听说现在的柴油车比以往的都好。



130. discord['dskd]

n.①(意见)不和 ②不协和和弦

示例:

His remark discords with the fact. 他的话与事实不符。



131. discourse['dsks][ds'ks]

n.演讲 v.(on)讲述

示例:

The man delivered a discourse on art. 男士作了一个有关艺术的演讲。



132. dismantle[ds'mntl]

vt.①拆开 ②(逐渐)废除

示例:

Chris dismantled the bike in five minutes. 克里斯五分钟内就把自行车给拆了。



133. dissent[d'sent]

vi./n.(与官方的)意见不同,异议

示例:

Few historians would dissent from this view. 历史学家中几乎没有对此观点持异议的。



134. dissertation[,ds'te()n]

n.专题论文,(学位)论文

示例:

He is currently writing a dissertation on the Somali civil war. 他正在写一篇关于索马里内战的论文。



135. dissident['dsd()nt]

a.持不同政见的

示例:

There were many dissident elements in the population. 民众间尚存有许多意见不合的分子。



136. dough[d]

n.生面团

示例:

Roll out the dough into one large circle. 将面团擀成一个大圆形。



137. downgrade['dangred]

vt.降级,降职

示例:

There was no criticism of her work until after she was downgraded. 直到她被降职之后,才有人开始对她的工作说三道四。



138. doze[dz]

vi./n.瞌睡,打盹

示例:

I must have dozed off. 我一定是睡着了。



139. dressing['dres]

n.①(包扎、保护伤口用的)敷料 ②(食物)调料

示例:

Mix the ingredients for the dressing in a bowl. 在碗里把这些配料搅拌成调味品。



140. embargo[m'bɑg]

vt./n.禁运

示例:

Many allies are pushing to lift the embargo. 许多同盟国在努力争取取消贸易禁令。



141. embroidery[m'brd()ri]

n.刺绣

示例:

The shorts had blue embroidery over the pockets. 这条短裤口袋上有蓝色的刺绣。



142. eminent['emnnt]

a.卓越的,杰出的

示例:

He is an eminent citizen of China. 他是一个杰出的中国公民。



143. emulate['emjlet]

vt.(因仰慕而)效仿,模仿

示例:

He hoped to emulate the success of Wilder. 他希望效仿怀尔德的成功。



144. enact['nkt]

vt.①扮演,演出 ②将……制成法律

示例:

She often enacted the stories told to her by her father. 她经常把父亲讲给她的故事表演出来。



145. encyclop(a)edia[nsaklpidi]

n.百科全书

示例:

The encyclopedia thudded onto the floor. 那本百科全书砰地掉在地板上。



146. envelop[n'velp]

vt.遮盖,包住

示例:

The house was enveloped in smoke. 屋子被烟雾笼罩着。



147. envoy['env]

n.使者,(全权)公使

示例:

The United Nations is sending a special envoy to the area. 联合国将向该地区派遣一位特使。



148. epic['epk]

n.史诗a.①英雄的 ②壮丽的,宏大的

示例:

He had produced a meal of epic proportions. 他做了一顿丰盛的饭菜。



149. equity['ekwti]

n.公平,公正

示例:

A society should run on the principles of equity and justice. 社会应该以公平、正义为其运行原则。



150. errand['ernd]

n.(小)差事,跑腿

示例:

I couldn't stop because I was on an errand.我没法停下来,因为我有差事在身。