3500 Vocab word list.pdf

abase V. / 降低 ,羞 辱 /lower; humiliate. Defeated, Queen Zenobia was forced to abase herself before the conquering Romans, who made her march in chains before the emperor in the procession celebrating his triumph. abasement, N. abash V. /使难堪/embarrass. He was not at all abashed by her open admiration. abate V. /减弱,减少/subside; decrease, lessen. Rather than leaving immediately, they waited for the storm to abate. abatement, N. abbreviate V. / 减 短 , 缩 写 /shorten. Because we were running out of time, the lecturer had to abbreviate her speech. abdicate V. /放弃/renounce; give up. When Edward VIII abdicated the British throne to marry the woman he loved, he surprised the entire world. abduction N. /绑架/kidnapping. The movie Ransom describes the attempts to rescue a multimillionaire's son after the child's abduction by kidnappers. abduct,V. aberrant N. /不正常的/abnormal or deviant. Given the aberrant nature of the data, we doubted the validity of the entire experiment. also N. abet V. /帮

3500 Vocab word list.pdf

abase V. / 降低 ,羞 辱 /lower; humiliate. Defeated, Queen Zenobia was forced to abase herself before the

conquering Romans, who made her march in chains before the emperor in the procession

celebrating his triumph. abasement, N.

abash V. /使难堪/embarrass. He was not at all abashed by her open admiration.

abate V. /减弱,减少/subside; decrease, lessen. Rather than leaving immediately, they waited for the storm to

abate. abatement, N.

abbreviate V. / 减 短 , 缩 写 /shorten. Because we were running out of time, the lecturer had to abbreviate her

speech.

abdicate V. /放弃/renounce; give up. When Edward VIII abdicated the British throne to marry the woman he

loved, he surprised the entire world.

abduction N. /绑架/kidnapping. The movie Ransom describes the attempts to rescue a multimillionaire's son after

the child's abduction by kidnappers. abduct,V.

aberrant N. /不正常的/abnormal or deviant. Given the aberrant nature of the data, we doubted the validity of the

entire experiment. also N.

abet V. /帮助,鼓励/aid, usually in doing something wrong; encourage. She was unwilling to abet him in the

swindle he had planned.

abeyance N. /悬而未决/suspended action. The deal was held in abeyance until her arrival.

abhor V. /憎恨/detest; hate. She abhorred all forms of bigotry. abhorrence, N.





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