301 sinister['snst]

a.邪恶的,险恶的

示例:

There is a sinister side to these events. 这些事件有邪恶的一面。



302 smartphone[smɑtfn]]

n.智能手机

示例:

On the way to the office, you can listen to a podcast on your smartphone.在去公司的路上,你可以用智能手机收听播客。



303 snob[snb]

n.势利之人,谄上欺下之人

示例:

Stop being such a snob. 别这么势利眼。



304 sodium['sdm]

n.

示例:

Salt decomposes into sodium and chlorine.盐分解成钠和氯。


305 solicit[s'lst]

v.①请求,恳求 ②(指妓女)拉(客)

示例:

May I solicit your advice on a matter of some importance? 我有一件要事可以请教你吗?



306 soothe[su]

vt.①安慰 ②减轻,缓和(疼痛)

示例:

Lucy soothed the baby by rocking it in her arms. 露西把宝宝抱在怀里摇晃着,让他安静下来。


307 spaghetti[sp'geti]

n.意大利式细面条

示例:

Standing in the next room, in the middle of what looked like piles of concrete spaghetti, I began to feel overpowered. 站在下一个房间里,在这一大堆看起来就像水泥做的意大利面条中间,我真有点受不了了。



308 spotlight['sptlat]

n.①聚光灯 ②众人注目的焦点

示例:

I was sweating under the spotlight.聚光灯照得我出汗了。



309 sprawl[sprl]

vi.四肢摊开着坐、卧或倒下

示例:

He sprawled out on the sofa. 他摊开手脚躺在沙发上。



310 stagnate[stg'net]

vi.停滞,不发展

示例:

His career had stagnated. 他的事业停滞不前了。



311 stammer['stm]

v.结结巴巴地说n.结巴

示例:

Whenever he was angry he would begin to stammer slightly. 他一生气说话就开始有点结巴。



312 stance[stɑns]

n.①站立的姿势 ②立场,观点

示例:

What is your stance on environmental issues? 你在环境问题上持什么观点?



313 stark[stɑk]

a.①无装饰的 ②完全的ad.完全地

示例:

In the cold dawn light, the castle looked stark and forbidding. 在黎明冰冷的光线下,城堡看上去了无生气且令人生畏。



314 stationery['ste()n()ri]

n.文具

示例:

She travels in stationery. 她到处推销文具用品。

315 stifle['staf()l]

vt.①使窒息 ②抑止,压制

示例:

He was almost stifled by the fumes. 他差点被烟熏得窒息了。



316 stigma['stgm]

n.①(植物的)柱头 ②耻辱,羞辱

示例:

In the US, smoking carries a stigma.在美国,吸烟是不光彩的。



317 strangle['strg()l]

vt.①勒死 ②抑制,扼杀

示例:

The victim had been strangled with a belt. 受害者是被人用皮带勒死的。



318 superstition[,sup'st()n]

n.迷信(行为)

示例:

There are several possible origins for this superstition.关于这个迷信有一些可能的起源。



319 surveillance[s'vel()ns]

n.监视,盯梢

示例:

They were under constant close surveillance day and night. 他们白天黑夜都受到严密监视。



320 syndicate['sndkt]

vt.发表 n.辛迪加

示例:

His column is syndicated throughout America. 他的专栏文章在全美各地的报刊发表。



321 synonym['snnm]

n.同义词

示例:

Give the synonym and antonym of this word. 给出这个词的同义词和反义词。



322 tact[tkt]

n.圆滑,机敏

示例:

With great tact, Clive persuaded her to apologize. 克莱夫十分巧妙地说服了她去道歉。



323 tactic['tktk]

n.手段,策略

示例:

Shock tactics are being used in an attempt to stop drunk drivers. 正在采取“震惊策略”来制止司机酒后驾车。



324 tenure['tenj]

n.①保有期(权) ②终身教职

示例:

It's becoming increasingly difficult to acquire academic tenure. 要获得终身教职现在越来越难了。



325 tertiary['t()ri]

a.第三等的,第三的

示例:

Since then government poured more money in, the whole tertiary industry has flourished. 自从政府投资增多了,第三产业便兴旺发达起来。



326 thrift[θrft]

n.节俭,节约

示例:

They were rightly praised for their thrift and enterprise. 他们因勤俭节约和开创精神而受到了应得的表扬。



327 toil[tl]

vi.①辛苦工作 ②艰难跋涉n.苦役

示例:

I've been toiling away at this essay all weekend. 我整个周末都在埋头写这篇论文。



328 topple['tp()l]

v.①(使)倒塌 ②推翻,打倒

示例:

A stack of plates swayed, and began to topple over. 一大摞盘子摇摇晃晃,然后开始倒下来。



329 tornado[t'ned]

n.龙卷风

示例:

The tornado rubbished the whole village. 龙卷风毁掉了整个村庄。



330 tranquil['trkwl]

a.平静的,安宁的

示例:

The tranquil atmosphere of the inn allows guests to totally at home. 这家客栈的宁静氛围让客人们感到宾至如归。



331 trauma['trm]

n.①痛苦,创伤 ②[术]外伤

示例:

I'd been through the trauma of losing a house. 我已经历过失去房子的痛苦。



332 tread[tred]

v.踩,践踏

示例:

Sorry, did I tread on your foot? 对不起,我踩到你的脚了吗?



333 treasury['tre()ri]

n.[C]①(theT)(英、美等国的)财政部 ②(城堡中的)宝库

示例:

Treasury officials have said this would be “catastrophic”. 财政部官员表示这将是“灾难性的”。



334 trek[trek]

n.旅行vi.长途跋涉地旅行

示例:

He is on a trek through the South Gobi Desert. 他正徒步穿越南戈壁沙漠。



335 tribune['trbjun]

n.护民官,保民官

示例:

For a time Jack was consul, then proconsul and eventually a tribune. 杰克曾做了一段时间的执政官, 然后是总督,最后是保民官。



336 trickle['trk()l]

vi.①滴,淌 ②缓慢地移动

示例:

The tears trickled down her cheeks.泪水顺着她的面颊流了下来。



337 trophy['trfi]

n.①(体育比赛的)奖品 ②战利品

示例:

A lion's head was among the trophies of his African trip. 在他的非洲之行的战利品中有一个狮子头。



338 tropic['trpk]

n.①回归线 ②(thes)热带地区

示例:

Dry rosin is best in tropic and soft rosin in cold climate. 干的松香在热带最适用,而软的松香适用于寒冷的气候。



339turmoil['tml]

n.(sing.)骚动,混乱

示例:

She lived through the turmoil of the French Revolution. 她经历过法国大革命的混乱之后仍旧活着。



340 ultra['ltr]

n.(尤指政治上的)过激分子

示例:

Her father is an ultra-conservative who is still opposed to freedom to choose her spouse. 她爸是个老古董,现在还反对她自由恋爱。



341 underlie[nd'la]

vt.构成……的基础

示例:

Its ideas of harmony with nature underlie many aspects of Chinese culture, from calligraphy and painting to architecture and medicine. 其自然和谐的思想是中国文化多方面的基础,从书法和绘画到建筑和医术。



342 unleash[n'li]

vt.①解开皮带以放开(狗) ②把(情绪等)宣泄出来

示例:

The announcement unleashed a storm of protest from the public. 公告引发了一场公众的抗议风暴。



343 upload[p'ld]

v.上载,上传 n.上传

示例:

It might take a while for this to upload. 上载这个可能要花些时间。



344 uprising['praz]

n.起义,暴动

示例:

Yet the uprising itself did not come as a surprise, only perhaps its speed and its bloodiness. 然而暴动本身并不令人惊讶,只是偶尔诧异于它的速度及血腥程度。



345 uraniumj'renm]

n.

示例:

The fuel was enriched with uranium 235 for the nuclear reactor.核反应堆的燃料被铀35浓缩。



346 urine['jrn]

n.尿

示例:

The doctor took a urine sample and a blood sample.医生取了尿样和血样。



347 viable['vabl]

a.(计划等)切实可行的

示例:

The committee came forward with one viable solution. 委员会提出了一个切实可行的解决方法。



348 vogue[vg]

n.流行,盛行,时尚

示例:

Short skirts are very much in vogue just now. 短裙目前非常流行。



349 volatile['vltal]

a.①动荡不定的 ②易怒的

示例:

There have been riots before and the situation is volatile. 先前一直就有暴乱,局势变化无常。



350 waive[wev]

vt.放弃(自己的权利等)

示例:

She waived her right to a lawyer. 她放弃了请律师的权利。



351 warranty['wr()nti]

n.保证书,保单

示例:

The car is still under warranty. 这辆汽车还在保修期内。



352 wed[wed]

v.娶,嫁

示例:

In 1952 she wed film director Roger Vadim. 1952年,她嫁给了电影导演罗杰·瓦丹。



353 wharf[wf]

n.码头

示例:

Our ship is on to the wharf. 我们的船靠向码头。



354 whereabouts[wer'bats]

ad.在哪里,靠近哪里 n.(pl.同sing.)下落,行踪,所在

示例:

Whereabouts do you live?你住在哪一带?



355 wholesome['hls()m]

a.①有益健康的 ②有道德的

示例:

Water is a wholesome drink. 水是有益健康的饮料。



356 wield[wild]

vt.行使,运用(权力、影响力等)

示例:

That woman wields a lot of influence. 那个女人是一个很有影响力的人。



357 wink['wk]

v.①眨眼(示意) ②(光)闪烁n.眨眼

示例:

The strong wind made me wink. 大风吹得我直眨眼。



358 wither['w]

v.(使)凋残,(使)枯萎

示例:

Flowers withered up soon after they were cut. 花儿摘下不久就枯萎了。



359 wrestle['res()l]

v.摔跤,格斗

示例:

They taught me to wrestle. 他们教我去摔跤。



360 yearn[jn]

vi.(for)向往,渴望

示例:

He yearned for freedom. 他曾渴望自由。

361 zeal[zil]

n.热情,激情

示例:

He worked for the cause with great zeal. 他怀着极大的热忱为理想而努力。