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历届英语中级口译阅读中30个重点词汇

2011-01-01 来源:读书人 
don’t broach the subject when you’re upset or worried, because your emotions will come through and can upset your child…

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         1. project (04-03-2) reach

 

  …budget deficits were projected at hundreds of dollars forever and beyond…

  Notes: no need for translation of “project”;

  2. conjecture (04-03-3) expect

  …much larger than had at first been conjectured

  3. catch on with (04-03-4) popular with

  …the idea of living in comfortable residential chambers caught on with the affluent upper and upper middle classes…

  4. sting (04-03-5) scared

  …stung by the three straight years of stock market declines, many people have been shifting to lower-risk investments…

  5. downshift (04-03-6) going bad

  …my metabolism-never very racy to begin with-down shifted a gear or two once I hit 40…

  6. overwhelm (04-09-1) surprise

  …even expecting this, foreigners who visit the United States for the first time are overwhelmed by the vast distances…

  7. scent (04-09-3) make somewhere smell good

  … it can scent the area of an average high street shop with the smell of the chocolate, freshly-cut grass…

  8. gimmick (04-09-6) tool or small tactics

  …stress has become an all-purpose gimmick to get our attention…

  9. irony (05-03-2) sarcasm

  But the irony is that…

  Eg. …democracy is so much a part of our national identity that it almost seems a birthright. But the irony is that, even as we hope to spread democracy elsewhere, we risk preaching the virtues of a form of government we no longer practice ourselves.

  10. spur (05-03-3) encouraged/inspired

  …spurred on by recent studies suggesting that it can cut the risk of cancer and heart disease and retard the aging process…

  11. devolve (05-03-6) shift

  …Barcelona will continue to press for more power to be devolved to it from Madrid…

  12. quote (00-09-2)

  …to quote one medical opinion, “thousands of people drift through life suffering from the effects of too little sleep;…

  13. take off (00-09-5)

  …in Britain, Computertowns have taken off in a big way, and there are now about 40 scattered over the country. …

  14. aversion (01-03-1) sick and tired of sth.

  Some children do not like school. So what else is new? But in Japan that familiar aversion has reached alarming proportions.

  15. cure (01-03-1) solve problems

  The problems won’t be cured until Japanese society as a whole is cured of its deep-rooted social ills.

  up a small fraction of (01-03-5)

  …ethnic minorities only make up a small fraction of Britain’s population as a whole,…

  17. upsurge (01-03-5) go up

  …with the upsurge of xenophobia against asylum-seekers, the fallout is affecting anyone perceived to be foreign or different,…

  18. ferocity (01-03-5) very violent

  …recent attack on black people have a ferocity that appalls police and community organizers alike.

  19. bearing (01-03-6) resemble

  …whether or not a composition establishes a new principle in the history of music has little bearing on its aesthetic worth….

  20. envisage (02-03-2) foresee

  …with the relief road and the volume of traffic envisaged, there is no doubt that…

  21. succumb to (02-03-3) surrender to

  …their forest habitats have been succumbing to the machete and the match…

  22. hustle (02-03-5)

  …Diana and I were delivered to the earth through the luggage shaft in the plane’s belly, hustled through the customs at a trot and thrust into a waiting car,…

  23. dwell on (02-09-2) elaborate on…

  …rather than dwell on your own personality characteristics, such as how hardworking or creative you are, you can discuss hard facts,…

  24. endear (02-09-2) intimate

  …these types of activities may enable you to have more time and access to top executives of the company to whom you may endear yourself.

  25. prone to (02-09-3)

  …those people were prone to heart attacks…

  26. swoon (03-03-3)

  …this famous store is a real one-off. The toilets are fab, the food hall enough to make you swoon, and if they haven’t got what you want…

  27. broach (03-03-5)

  …don’t broach the subject when you’re upset or worried, because your emotions will come through and can upset your child…

  28. pluck (03-09-1) pick

  …winding through the dense Philippine rainforest, my guide slows to a halt. He leans over and carefully plucks a leaf from a bright green plant.

  29. mire (03-09-2) drown

  …it was the American consumer who saved the country from becoming mired in recession last year.

  30. override (03-09-4) prior to …

  …money is certainly an effective motivator, but it is not the only reason why we work. These is no doubt that the economic motive can be overridden by other considerations…


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