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英语听力:刘毅基础词汇5000 1-b

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157. The two friends cling together wherever they go.

158. The actor had a handsome and distinguished1 countenance2.

159. He ordered wallpaper for a room of the following dimensions:16ft. Long, 12ft. Wide, and 8ft. High.

160. He erased3 the wrong answer and wrote in the right one.

161. The dog was angry and growl4 at the stranger.

162. The cat licked up the drops of milk from the floor.

163. The postage for airmail is greater than that for regular mail.

164. This market has fresh poultry5 for sale at the beginning of every month.

165. When she was sewing she pricked6 her finger and made it bleed.

166. The cook skimmed the fat from the soup.

167. I watched many seabirds skimming the waves looking for food.

168. She made a neat row of stitches along the edge of her shirt.

169. She underwent a through examination at the hospital according to the doctor’s order.

170. Passengers were waiting on the wharf7 to board the ship.

171. Lesson 4

172. He bellowed8 with pain when the tooth was pulled out.

173. In some countries, it is illegal to sell alcoholic9 beverages10 on Sundays.

174. You must calculate all the advantages and disadvantages before coming to a discussion.

175. The glamour11 of the life of an actress made her give up her study.

176. She bought him a baseball outfit12 for his birthday.

177. Two rascals13 tricked the old man out of his money.

178. The organization renders great service to the community.

179. His fatness renders him unable to touch his toes.

180. Keeping clean is a safeguard against disease.

181. According to the production schedule, the factory is supposed to turn out a hundred cars a day.

182. The President’s speech is scheduled on next Friday.

183. The general wore straps14 on the shoulders of his uniform.

184. When the king died the people placed his body in a large tomb made of stone.

185. Her illness was transmitted to other members of the family.

186. The king’s unjust laws raised a great wrath15 among the people.

187. Old people sometimes have baggy16 skin under their eyes.

188. The new hospital will be beneficial to the poor people.

189. The smell of the rotten meat filled her with disgust.

190. The impolite manner of that man disgusted many people.

191. The water level in the reservoir was low because of the long drought.

192. The exterior17 surface of the house was bleached18 by the sunlight.

193. A part of the program was eliminated to save time.

194. Children shouted when they saw the peacock spread his gorgeous tail.

195. He was arrested for the illegal sale of guns.

196. We lived on a peaceful farm when I was a lad.

197. In the United States most married women do not retain their maiden19 names.

198. You tilt20 your head forward when you bow.

199. The governor’s veto kept the bill from becoming a law.

200. His parents vetoed his plan to buy a new motorcycle.

201. His book was abbreviated21 and appeared in a public magazine.

202. There were no tickets available for Friday’s music performance.

203. The judge was accused of taking a bribe22 to free the prisoner.

204. The woman chatted on the phone for almost an hour.

205. We feel contempt for a liar23 or a thief.

206. She’s careful with her money and spends only a fraction of her earnings24.

207. A stone idol25 stood at the entrance of the village.

208. After the farmer’s death his wife and children will inherit the farm.

209. She reproduced the contents her husband’s letter from memory.

210. Washing wool in hot water will make it shrink.

211. The sight of the food tempted26 the hungry man to steal.

212. He was lucky that the bullet had not entered a vital organ.

213. Don’t abuse your health by working when you ought to be sleeping or resting.

214. His abuse of power has turned his friends against him.

215. What brand of cigarette do you want to smoke?

216. On big farms, cattle are usually branded to identify the owner of them.

217. Compressed air has a great deal of force when it released.

218. You will find Room 101 at the end of the corridor.

219. The spies hatched a scheme to steal government secrets.

220. We hatch the eggs by keeping them in a warm place.

221. Her letter implies that she wishes to meet you.

222. Logic27 is not the science of belief, but science of proof or evidence.

223. The store had a large stock of merchandise.

224. The mayor presided over the town meeting.

225. They procured28 the money needed to build the hospital.

226. The traitors29 procured the death of the prince.

227. A sudden breeze ruffled30 the surface of the calm lake.

228. The price of sugar soars when sugar is scarce.

229. He kept enough corn to feed his cattle and sold the surplus.

230. Lesson 5

231. Mother anticipated my hunger and baked cookies for me.

232. In his childhood, he aspired31 to become a great general.

233. The court appointed an attorney for the accused man.

234. They refused to listen to the old man’s counsel.

235. They counseled against travelling at night in such a dangerous country.

236. The soldiers faltered32 for a moment as their captain fell.

237. The sick man faltered for few steps, and then fell down.

238. After a sleepless33 night, she looked very ghastly.

239. She showed me her gratitude34 by inviting35 me to dinner.

240. The rooster lost one of his plumes36 in the fight with the cat.

241. The young army officer was promoted to captain.

242. An understanding of the culture of other countries may promote peace.

243. She shuddered37 at the sight of the dead body.

244. The land is useless growing crops; it’s mainly swamp.

245. The terrific storm destroyed most of the houses in the city.

246. It was such a terrific party that I didn’t feel like going back home.

247. The villain38 was caught by the police and brought to trial.

248. The absent-minded man put salt in his coffee and sugar on his egg.

249. A dog has a very acute sense of smell.

250. Leave the boxes in the entry and we will carry them up latter.

251. His sudden entry startled all of us.

252. During the 1800’s many thousands of people from Europe immigrated39 into the United States to make a new home.

253. My first failure only intensified40 my desire to succeed.

254. After dinner it was his invariable habit to take a nap for a while.

255. One degree of latitude41 on the earth’s surface equals almost 70 miles.

256. The books in the secondhand bookstore are very cheap.

257. Please specify42 when you will be at home tomorrow.

258. Your composition has only a few trivial mistakes.

259. She is a very vulgar woman to shout like that at the top of her voice.

260. The airplane is large enough to accommodate over 400 passengers.

261. We have to accommodate ourselves to our changed circumstances.

262. The old woman from the country was bewildered by the crowds and traffic in the big city.

263. Money circulates as it goes from person to person.

264. I trust him because I know he would never deceive me.

265. Some words are hard to define because they have many different uses.

266. The accident disrupted railway service into and out of the city.

267. Some disease develop because of the bad conditions one lives in and others are present by heredity.

268. There are many myths about how the world first began.

269. The use of atomic bombs would be an outrage43 against humanity.

270. Many patriots44 died while fighting in the war for independence.

271. A bullet can penetrate45 this board, or two inches into that wall.

272. In the United States the sale of liquor is restricted to people over twenty-one years old.

273. Whether a person likes sports or not depends largely upon his temperament46.

274. She blinked her eyes as the bright light shone on her.

275. As the ship drew near to port in the darkness, we could see the lights blinking on land.

276. Many buildings were damaged or completely destroyed by the earthquake last night.

277. The sergeant47 won the Medal of Honor for his exploits during the Korean War.

278. They are planning to exploit the oil under the sea.

279. Many people died of hunger during the famine in India.

280. He carried out a number of frauds on trusting people who lent him money.

281. The children murmured as they memorized the poem.

282. Policemen patrol the city day and night so as to protect the lives and properties of the citizens.

283. Safety is a matter of prime importance.

284. There will be a short recess48 before the next meeting.

285. Some reptiles49, such as snakes or lizards50, move very fast.

286. Her long silk dress rustled51 as she walked down the stairs.

287. He scowled52 at me when I asked for more money.

288. The poor wretch53 asked for food and place to sleep in.

289. Many people walked down the avenue through the center of the park,

290. The president of the college bestowed54 honors on the best students.

291. Please don’t fill my cup up to the brim.

292. The wide brim of her hat protected her face from the sun.

293. Drastic changes are necessary to improve the government of the country.

294. We study science to gain insight into the world we live in.

295. The driver’s plea was that he did not see the stop sign.

296. The kind man answered her plea for aid.

297. The doctor had great prestige among the members of his profession.

298. Throw a stone into still water and watch the ripples55 spread in rings.

299. The boys mother shouted his name in a shrill56 voice.

300. The little lamb had strayed from the flock; we couldn’t find it.

301. The trend of modern living is away from many old customs.

302. Many people hang wreaths on the window at Christmas.


1 distinguished wu9z3v     
  • Elephants are distinguished from other animals by their long noses.大象以其长长的鼻子显示出与其他动物的不同。
  • A banquet was given in honor of the distinguished guests.宴会是为了向贵宾们致敬而举行的。
2 countenance iztxc     
  • At the sight of this photograph he changed his countenance.他一看见这张照片脸色就变了。
  • I made a fierce countenance as if I would eat him alive.我脸色恶狠狠地,仿佛要把他活生生地吞下去。
3 erased f4adee3fff79c6ddad5b2e45f730006a     
v.擦掉( erase的过去式和过去分词 );抹去;清除
  • He erased the wrong answer and wrote in the right one. 他擦去了错误答案,写上了正确答案。 来自《简明英汉词典》
  • He removed the dogmatism from politics; he erased the party line. 他根除了政治中的教条主义,消除了政党界限。 来自《简明英汉词典》
4 growl VeHzE     
  • The dog was biting,growling and wagging its tail.那条狗在一边撕咬一边低声吼叫,尾巴也跟着摇摆。
  • The car growls along rutted streets.汽车在车辙纵横的街上一路轰鸣。
5 poultry GPQxh     
  • There is not much poultry in the shops. 商店里禽肉不太多。
  • What do you feed the poultry on? 你们用什么饲料喂养家禽?
6 pricked 1d0503c50da14dcb6603a2df2c2d4557     
刺,扎,戳( prick的过去式和过去分词 ); 刺伤; 刺痛; 使剧痛
  • The cook pricked a few holes in the pastry. 厨师在馅饼上戳了几个洞。
  • He was pricked by his conscience. 他受到良心的谴责。
7 wharf RMGzd     
  • We fetch up at the wharf exactly on time.我们准时到达码头。
  • We reached the wharf gasping for breath.我们气喘吁吁地抵达了码头。
8 bellowed fa9ba2065b18298fa17a6311db3246fc     
v.发出吼叫声,咆哮(尤指因痛苦)( bellow的过去式和过去分词 );(愤怒地)说出(某事),大叫
  • They bellowed at her to stop. 他们吼叫着让她停下。
  • He bellowed with pain when the tooth was pulled out. 当牙齿被拔掉时,他痛得大叫。 来自《现代英汉综合大词典》
9 alcoholic rx7zC     
  • The alcoholic strength of brandy far exceeds that of wine.白兰地的酒精浓度远远超过葡萄酒。
  • Alcoholic drinks act as a poison to a child.酒精饮料对小孩犹如毒药。
10 beverages eb693dc3e09666bb339be2c419d0478e     
n.饮料( beverage的名词复数 )
  • laws governing the sale of alcoholic beverages 控制酒类销售的法规
  • regulations governing the sale of alcoholic beverages 含酒精饮料的销售管理条例
11 glamour Keizv     
  • Foreign travel has lost its glamour for her.到国外旅行对她已失去吸引力了。
  • The moonlight cast a glamour over the scene.月光给景色增添了魅力。
12 outfit YJTxC     
  • Jenney bought a new outfit for her daughter's wedding.珍妮为参加女儿的婚礼买了一套新装。
  • His father bought a ski outfit for him on his birthday.他父亲在他生日那天给他买了一套滑雪用具。
13 rascals 5ab37438604a153e085caf5811049ebb     
流氓( rascal的名词复数 ); 无赖; (开玩笑说法)淘气的人(尤指小孩); 恶作剧的人
  • "Oh, but I like rascals. "唔,不过我喜欢流氓。
  • "They're all second-raters, black sheep, rascals. "他们都是二流人物,是流氓,是恶棍。
14 straps 1412cf4c15adaea5261be8ae3e7edf8e     
n.带子( strap的名词复数 );挎带;肩带;背带v.用皮带捆扎( strap的第三人称单数 );用皮带抽打;包扎;给…打绷带
  • the shoulder straps of her dress 她连衣裙上的肩带
  • The straps can be adjusted to suit the wearer. 这些背带可进行调整以适合使用者。
15 wrath nVNzv     
  • His silence marked his wrath. 他的沉默表明了他的愤怒。
  • The wrath of the people is now aroused. 人们被激怒了。
16 baggy CuVz5     
  • My T-shirt went all baggy in the wash.我的T恤越洗越大了。
  • Baggy pants are meant to be stylish,not offensive.松松垮垮的裤子意味着时髦,而不是无礼。
17 exterior LlYyr     
  • The seed has a hard exterior covering.这种子外壳很硬。
  • We are painting the exterior wall of the house.我们正在给房子的外墙涂漆。
18 bleached b1595af54bdf754969c26ad4e6cec237     
  • His hair was bleached by the sun . 他的头发被太阳晒得发白。
  • The sun has bleached her yellow skirt. 阳光把她的黄裙子晒得褪色了。
19 maiden yRpz7     
  • The prince fell in love with a fair young maiden.王子爱上了一位年轻美丽的少女。
  • The aircraft makes its maiden flight tomorrow.这架飞机明天首航。
20 tilt aG3y0     
  • She wore her hat at a tilt over her left eye.她歪戴着帽子遮住左眼。
  • The table is at a slight tilt.这张桌子没放平,有点儿歪.
21 abbreviated 32a218f05db198fc10c9206836aaa17a     
adj. 简短的,省略的 动词abbreviate的过去式和过去分词
  • He abbreviated so much that it was hard to understand his article. 他的文章缩写词使用太多,令人费解。
  • The United States of America is commonly abbreviated to U.S.A.. 美利坚合众国常被缩略为U.S.A.。
22 bribe GW8zK     
  • He tried to bribe the policeman not to arrest him.他企图贿赂警察不逮捕他。
  • He resolutely refused their bribe.他坚决不接受他们的贿赂。
23 liar V1ixD     
  • I know you for a thief and a liar!我算认识你了,一个又偷又骗的家伙!
  • She was wrongly labelled a liar.她被错误地扣上说谎者的帽子。
24 earnings rrWxJ     
  • That old man lives on the earnings of his daughter.那个老人靠他女儿的收入维持生活。
  • Last year there was a 20% decrease in his earnings.去年他的收入减少了20%。
25 idol Z4zyo     
  • As an only child he was the idol of his parents.作为独子,他是父母的宠儿。
  • Blind worship of this idol must be ended.对这个偶像的盲目崇拜应该结束了。
26 tempted b0182e969d369add1b9ce2353d3c6ad6     
  • I was sorely tempted to complain, but I didn't. 我极想发牢骚,但还是没开口。
  • I was tempted by the dessert menu. 甜食菜单馋得我垂涎欲滴。
27 logic j0HxI     
  • What sort of logic is that?这是什么逻辑?
  • I don't follow the logic of your argument.我不明白你的论点逻辑性何在。
28 procured 493ee52a2e975a52c94933bb12ecc52b     
v.(努力)取得, (设法)获得( procure的过去式和过去分词 );拉皮条
  • These cars are to be procured through open tender. 这些汽车要用公开招标的办法购买。 来自《现代汉英综合大词典》
  • A friend procured a position in the bank for my big brother. 一位朋友为我哥哥谋得了一个银行的职位。 来自《用法词典》
29 traitors 123f90461d74091a96637955d14a1401     
卖国贼( traitor的名词复数 ); 叛徒; 背叛者; 背信弃义的人
  • Traitors are held in infamy. 叛徒为人所不齿。
  • Traitors have always been treated with contempt. 叛徒永被人们唾弃。
30 ruffled e4a3deb720feef0786be7d86b0004e86     
adj. 有褶饰边的, 起皱的 动词ruffle的过去式和过去分词
  • She ruffled his hair affectionately. 她情意绵绵地拨弄着他的头发。
  • All this talk of a strike has clearly ruffled the management's feathers. 所有这些关于罢工的闲言碎语显然让管理层很不高兴。
31 aspired 379d690dd1367e3bafe9aa80ae270d77     
v.渴望,追求( aspire的过去式和过去分词 )
  • She aspired to a scientific career. 她有志于科学事业。
  • Britain,France,the United States and Japan all aspired to hegemony after the end of World War I. 第一次世界大战后,英、法、美、日都想争夺霸权。 来自《简明英汉词典》
32 faltered d034d50ce5a8004ff403ab402f79ec8d     
(嗓音)颤抖( falter的过去式和过去分词 ); 支吾其词; 蹒跚; 摇晃
  • He faltered out a few words. 他支吾地说出了几句。
  • "Er - but he has such a longhead!" the man faltered. 他不好意思似的嚅嗫着:“这孩子脑袋真长。”
33 sleepless oiBzGN     
  • The situation gave her many sleepless nights.这种情况害她一连好多天睡不好觉。
  • One evening I heard a tale that rendered me sleepless for nights.一天晚上,我听说了一个传闻,把我搞得一连几夜都不能入睡。
34 gratitude p6wyS     
  • I have expressed the depth of my gratitude to him.我向他表示了深切的谢意。
  • She could not help her tears of gratitude rolling down her face.她感激的泪珠禁不住沿着面颊流了下来。
35 inviting CqIzNp     
  • An inviting smell of coffee wafted into the room.一股诱人的咖啡香味飘进了房间。
  • The kitchen smelled warm and inviting and blessedly familiar.这间厨房的味道温暖诱人,使人感到亲切温馨。
36 plumes 15625acbfa4517aa1374a6f1f44be446     
羽毛( plume的名词复数 ); 羽毛饰; 羽毛状物; 升上空中的羽状物
  • The dancer wore a headdress of pink ostrich plumes. 那位舞蹈演员戴着粉色鸵鸟毛制作的头饰。
  • The plumes on her bonnet barely moved as she nodded. 她点点头,那帽子的羽毛在一个劲儿颤动。
37 shuddered 70137c95ff493fbfede89987ee46ab86     
v.战栗( shudder的过去式和过去分词 );发抖;(机器、车辆等)突然震动;颤动
  • He slammed on the brakes and the car shuddered to a halt. 他猛踩刹车,车颤抖着停住了。 来自《简明英汉词典》
  • I shuddered at the sight of the dead body. 我一看见那尸体就战栗。 来自《简明英汉词典》
38 villain ZL1zA     
  • He was cast as the villain in the play.他在戏里扮演反面角色。
  • The man who played the villain acted very well.扮演恶棍的那个男演员演得很好。
39 immigrated a70310c0c8ae40c26c39d8d0d0f7bb0d     
v.移入( immigrate的过去式和过去分词 );移民
  • He immigrated from Ulster in 1848. 他1848年从阿尔斯特移民到这里。 来自辞典例句
  • Many Pakistanis have immigrated to Britain. 许多巴基斯坦人移居到了英国。 来自辞典例句
40 intensified 4b3b31dab91d010ec3f02bff8b189d1a     
v.(使)增强, (使)加剧( intensify的过去式和过去分词 )
  • Violence intensified during the night. 在夜间暴力活动加剧了。
  • The drought has intensified. 旱情加剧了。 来自《简明英汉词典》
41 latitude i23xV     
  • The latitude of the island is 20 degrees south.该岛的纬度是南纬20度。
  • The two cities are at approximately the same latitude.这两个城市差不多位于同一纬度上。
42 specify evTwm     
  • We should specify a time and a place for the meeting.我们应指定会议的时间和地点。
  • Please specify what you will do.请你详述一下你将做什么。
43 outrage hvOyI     
  • When he heard the news he reacted with a sense of outrage.他得悉此事时义愤填膺。
  • We should never forget the outrage committed by the Japanese invaders.我们永远都不应该忘记日本侵略者犯下的暴行。
44 patriots cf0387291504d78a6ac7a13147d2f229     
爱国者,爱国主义者( patriot的名词复数 )
  • Abraham Lincoln was a fine type of the American patriots. 亚伯拉罕·林肯是美国爱国者的优秀典型。
  • These patriots would fight to death before they surrendered. 这些爱国者宁愿战斗到死,也不愿投降。
45 penetrate juSyv     
  • Western ideas penetrate slowly through the East.西方观念逐渐传入东方。
  • The sunshine could not penetrate where the trees were thickest.阳光不能透入树木最浓密的地方。
46 temperament 7INzf     
  • The analysis of what kind of temperament you possess is vital.分析一下你有什么样的气质是十分重要的。
  • Success often depends on temperament.成功常常取决于一个人的性格。
47 sergeant REQzz     
  • His elder brother is a sergeant.他哥哥是个警官。
  • How many stripes are there on the sleeve of a sergeant?陆军中士的袖子上有多少条纹?
48 recess pAxzC     
  • The chairman of the meeting announced a ten-minute recess.会议主席宣布休会10分钟。
  • Parliament was hastily recalled from recess.休会的议员被匆匆召回开会。
49 reptiles 45053265723f59bd84cf4af2b15def8e     
n.爬行动物,爬虫( reptile的名词复数 )
  • Snakes and crocodiles are both reptiles. 蛇和鳄鱼都是爬行动物。 来自《简明英汉词典》
  • Birds, reptiles and insects come from eggs. 鸟类、爬虫及昆虫是卵生的。 来自《现代汉英综合大词典》
50 lizards 9e3fa64f20794483b9c33d06297dcbfb     
n.蜥蜴( lizard的名词复数 )
  • Nothing lives in Pompeii except crickets and beetles and lizards. 在庞培城里除了蟋蟀、甲壳虫和蜥蜴外,没有别的生物。 来自辞典例句
  • Can lizards reproduce their tails? 蜥蜴的尾巴断了以后能再生吗? 来自辞典例句
51 rustled f68661cf4ba60e94dc1960741a892551     
v.发出沙沙的声音( rustle的过去式和过去分词 )
  • He rustled his papers. 他把试卷弄得沙沙地响。 来自《简明英汉词典》
  • Leaves rustled gently in the breeze. 树叶迎着微风沙沙作响。 来自《简明英汉词典》
52 scowled b83aa6db95e414d3ef876bc7fd16d80d     
怒视,生气地皱眉( scowl的过去式和过去分词 )
  • He scowled his displeasure. 他满脸嗔色。
  • The teacher scowled at his noisy class. 老师对他那喧闹的课堂板着脸。
53 wretch EIPyl     
  • You are really an ungrateful wretch to complain instead of thanking him.你不但不谢他,还埋怨他,真不知好歹。
  • The dead husband is not the dishonoured wretch they fancied him.死去的丈夫不是他们所想象的不光彩的坏蛋。
54 bestowed 12e1d67c73811aa19bdfe3ae4a8c2c28     
赠给,授予( bestow的过去式和过去分词 )
  • It was a title bestowed upon him by the king. 那是国王赐给他的头衔。
  • He considered himself unworthy of the honour they had bestowed on him. 他认为自己不配得到大家赋予他的荣誉。
55 ripples 10e54c54305aebf3deca20a1472f4b96     
逐渐扩散的感觉( ripple的名词复数 )
  • The moon danced on the ripples. 月亮在涟漪上舞动。
  • The sea leaves ripples on the sand. 海水在沙滩上留下了波痕。
56 shrill EEize     
  • Whistles began to shrill outside the barn.哨声开始在谷仓外面尖叫。
  • The shrill ringing of a bell broke up the card game on the cutter.刺耳的铃声打散了小汽艇的牌局。
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