TOEFL核心词汇21天突破李笑来.pdf

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[.fit] botany (n.) t«!Jm ~ ; botanist (n .) !fm~* bugle ['bju:gl] [ff!-1 n. ~~. RfiJIYt: (~mlt-HO~) ~. M. 1l [ 11 1] There are comets bugles, flu g elhom s, and a number of oth ers that are all similar to the trumpet in the way they are made and played. H it] bugler (n.) ~~IYl .=f [:ift.] trumpet campus ['kremp~ s ] [#"] n. ~IZ§I [ ~ J] According to one report, squirrels destroyed tens of thousands of fallen ac orn s from an oak stand on the Univer sity of Indiana campus. casual ['kre3iu~l] [ff!-] adj. ftiftii!~ ; ~~.iE~~ - 452 -
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Unit 21 [ .Y •Jl Naturalists and casual ob servers alike have been struck by th e special relationship between squirrels and a co rns (the s eed s of o ak trees). [.fit] casually ( ad v.) [ili] informal chamber ['tJeimb~] [ft-] n. 'f\, ~; ~; M [ .Y.J ] Besides living quarters, each pueblo included on e or more kiv as- circular underground c hamb ers fac ed with stone. [ili] ca vity; cave; crater civic ['sivik] [ft-] adj. J;li!iflt(.J . '$~£(.] [ .Y.l ] The y have no use for any one who wishes s om ething better for them; they oppose ci vic reform cultural and edu ca tional projects. [ili] municipal; public; civil colony ['kol~ni] (ft-] <D n. -~it!!. [ {fol ] Another wa s Australia, which be c ame a penal colony now that America w as no longer available for pris on ers and debtors. [ ~>t ] colonial ( adj .); colonist (n.); colonize (v.); coloniz at ion (n.) (ft-] @ n. (~) (~ . ~ - •• $Jt(.J) •m' ( {fo l] Eventually there may be se veral hundred, or even a thous and , bees in the colony. conceal [k~n 's i:l ] [ft-] v . ••••• ( {foJ ] By 1800 a complete internal iron skeleton for buildings had been de veloped in industrial architecture replacing traditional timber beams, but it generally remained concealed. [ili] hide; cover conquer ['kol)k~] (ft-] v. UEftll : l~Yl [ {fo l] The c oh es ive po litical and social organization of th e Ana sazi made it almost im po ss ible for other gro ups to conquer them. [ ili ] beat; defeat; surmount - 453 -
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convection [k:m'vekJ~n] (4-) n. ~jjff, ..t7t9:i1ff ( if!l ) Usually, th ese swarms take off from the ground against the wind, but, once airbo rn e, they turn and fly with it, warm convection currents help to lift th em, often to great heights. ( ~>t ) convective (adj.) counterpart ['kaut~pa.t] ( 4- ) n. ~~~' ~J§l~ ( .W•l ) These writers, like most of their male counterparts, were ama- teur hi storian s. (llt) equivalent curious ['kju~ri~s] (4-) adj. M•tr.J I iStltr.J; jT~t(.J ( if!)) There is a curious thffig about her writings in this period. (.fit) curiously (adv.); curiosity (n.) 'i!im, :!G-~JL' defeat [di' fi:t] £4-l <D v. tr9& ( ftA. ): il~~m [ .W•J ) His initial expedition was defeated by the Spanish. [ llt ) beat; crush; rout [4-) Q) n. ldtJ&' ~9&; ~m [ if!Jl It represented trouble and defeat. [llt) loss; setback destructive [dis'trhktiv] [4-) adj . -~11tf9: ~-tr.J [ ifll ) The destructive power of fungi is impressive. [ ~>t ) destruct (v. & n.) ~~~ §~ 1 destruction (n.) ~~~ :XL: ( Jd. ) devastating; detrimental; negative discharge [dis'tJa:d3] [4-) v.fiitfj (*•): tffii: [[email protected]] 1ii ( [email protected]) [ if!)) If too much volcanic heat is discharged, the crater's ice pack will melt away entirely and the caves w ill vanish along with the s now s of yesteryear.
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