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and will hatch of an egg: to be kept warm before hatching 2: to keep (something) in the proper conditions for development intricacy 1: the quality or state of being complex or having many parts 2: the quality or state of being intricate 3: something that is complex or detailed : something intricate legitimate 1: allowed according to rules or laws 2: real, accepted, or official 3: fair or reasonable missive : a letter or other written message prescribe 1: to officially tell someone to use (a medicine, therapy, diet, etc.) as a remedy or treatment 2: to make (something) an official rule principle 1: a moral rule or belief that helps you know what is right and wrong and that influences your actions 2: a basic truth or theory : an idea that forms the basis of something
陈 琦 GRE 填 空 基 础 24 套8 琦 叔 团 队 •倾 情 奉 献 3: a law or fact of nature that explains how something works or why something happens prohibition 1: the act of not allowing something to be used or done 2: a law or order that stops something from being used or done repudiated 1: to refuse to accept or support (something) 2: to reject (something or someone) 3: to say or show that (something) is not true resign : to give up (a job or position) in a formal or official way salvo 1 a : a simultaneous discharge of two or more guns in military action or as a salute b : the release all at one time of a rack of bombs or rockets (as from an airplane) c : a series of shots by an artillery battery with each gun firing one round in turn after a prescribed interval d : the bombs or projectiles released in a salvo 2: something suggestive of a salvo: as a : a sudden burst <a salvo of cheers> b : a spirited attack <the first salvo of a political campaign> shatter 1: to break suddenly into many small pieces 2: to damage (something) very badly stimulation stimulate 1: to make (something) more active : to cause or encourage (something) to happen or develop 2: to make (a person) excited or interested in something strain 1 a : LINEAGE, ANCESTRY b : a group of presumed common ancestry with clear-cut physiological but usually not morphological distinctions <a high-yielding strain of winter wheat>; broadly : a specified infra specific group (as a stock, line, or ecotype) c : KIND, SORT <discussions of a lofty strain> 2 a : inherited or inherent character, quality, or disposition <a strain of madness in the family> b : TRACE, STREAK <a strain of fanaticism> 3 a : TUNE, AIR b : a passage of verbal or musical expression c : a stream or outburst of forceful or impassioned speech 4 a : the tenor, pervading note, burden, or tone of an utterance or of a course of action or conduct b : MOOD, TEMPER swamp : land that is always wet and often partly covered with water synergistic 1: having the capacity to act in synergism <synergistic