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  121. think about

  觉得……

  What do you think about those members of the motorcycle racing clan?

  你对那些飙车族成员有什么看法?

  122 . dissimulation 

  (n。) 掩饰

  The thief intruded into the house with caution and dissimulation。

  窃贼小心掩饰地潜入室内。

  123. flog 

  (vt。) 鞭打

  Nowadays, it is an inhumane punishment to flog the disobedient soldiers of sailors。

  今天,鞭笞抗命士兵或水手是不人道的惩罚。

  124. be tarred with the same brush

  一丘之貉

  They’re all tarred with the same brush。

  他们是一丘之貉。

  125. inscription 

  (n。) 铭刻;铭文;碑文

  According to the inscription on its cornerstone, this building was erected in 1919。

  根据基石上的碑铭,这栋建筑物建于1919年。

  126. lump 

  (n。) 团,块

  On his desk, many articles and documents are always piled in great lump。

  在他的桌上,许多物品和文件总是被堆成一大堆。

  127. leap to the eye

  一目了然

  A: What does this proverb mean?

  B: Gee, it leaps to the eye. Need I explain it for you?

  -这句格言是什么意思?

  -咦,那一目了然。需要我为你解释吗?

  128. posture 

  (n。) 姿势,姿态

  He doesn’t sit straight, his posture is very bad。

  他坐得不正,他的姿势很糟糕。

  129. rummage 

  (vt。) 翻找,仔细搜查

  John rummaged all the drawers to find his gloves。

  约翰为了寻找他的手套,翻遍了所有的抽屉。

  130. go off without a hitch

  一帆风顺

  A: How about your business?

  B: Thank you for your concern. It has gone off without a hitch so far。

  -你的事业如何?

  -感谢关心。到目前为止一帆风顺。

  131. wistful 

  (a。) 渴望的;向往的;留恋的

  A child stood looking with wistful eyes at the toys in the shop window。

  小孩站在橱窗前渴望地看着那些玩具。

  132. amicable 

  (a。) 友善的,友好的;温和的

  The amicable flash of her white teeth was very impressive。

  她友善地露齿一笑,给人很深刻的印象。

  133. Every minute counts

  一刻千金

  A: How come you make good of your time?

  B: It’s quite obvious that every minute counts。

  -为何你如何善用时间?

  -很明显,一刻千金啊

  134. blizzard 

  (n。) 大风雪,暴风雪

  The soldiers are very exhausted for they have advanced forward without rest in a blizzard。

  士兵们精疲力竭,因为他们在暴风雪中没有休息地连续前进。

  135. cruise 

  (vi。) 巡航;航游

  If I were rich, I would like to cruise in the Southern Pacific for six months in a private yacht。

  假如我有钱的话,我要乘私人游艇在南太平洋上航行六个月。

  136. All have ended in smoke

  一事无成

  A: How about his business, studies and marital status?

  B: Regretfully, all have ended in smoke。

  -他的事业、学业和婚姻如何?

  -说来遗憾,一事无成。

  137. eradicate 

  (vt。) 根除;消灭

  Yellow fever has been eradicated in the United States but it still exists in some countries。

  黄热病在美国已经根除绝迹,但在一些国家却依然存在。

  138. glimmer 

  (n。) 微光

  The doctor's report gave us only a glimmer of hope。

  医生的报告仅给我们一丝的希望。

  139. bite the dust

  一败涂地

  A: What was the outcome of the election about the candidate?

  B: It bit the dust。

  -该候选人的选举结果怎样?

  -一败涂地。

  140. ransack 

  (vt。) 彻底搜索,仔细搜查

  The woman ransacked the house for her lost jewelry。

  那位女士仔细搜索房屋寻找遗失的珠宝。

  141. slash 

  (vt。) (用刀,剑等)砍;砍击

  He slashed a path through the high grass with a long knife。

  他用一把长刀在高高的草丛中开辟出一条小径。

  142. hit the right nail on the head

  一针见血

  A: What do you think about his comment on the current news?

  B: He hit the right nail on the head。

  -你觉得他对时事新闻的评论如何?

  -一针见血。

  143. slump 

  (vi。) 倒下,陷落

  Our feet slumped repeatedly through the melting ice。

  经过融化的冰时,我们的脚一再地陷了进去。

  144. vogue 

  (n。) 流行;风行;时髦

  That pop song had a great vogue at one time。

  那首流行歌曲有一阵子非常流行。

  145. as clear as crystal

  一清二楚

  A: Something is wrong with the accounts。

  B: Nope. They’re as clear as crystal。

  -这些账目有问题。

  -不,它们一清二楚。

  146. ascribe 

  (vt。) 把……归因(于)

  He ascribes his success to skill and hard work。

  他把他的成功归于技能和努力的工作。

  147. bulwark 

  (n。) 堡垒,壁垒

  The soldiers kept their heads down behind the bulwark。

  士兵们低头隐蔽在堡垒的后面。

  148. go one's own way

  一意孤行

  A: The wayward girl is a great trouble to her parents。

  B: Absolutely. She is always going her own way。

  -那叛逆的女孩让她父母非常头痛。

  -对极了,她总是一意孤行。

  149. dubious 

  (a。) 怀疑的,暧昧的,含糊的

  She looked around this way and that in a dubious manner。

  她以一种怀疑的态度看着四周。

  150. facet 

  (n。) (问题等的)一个方面

  Selfishness was a facet of his character that we seldom saw before。

  我们以前很少看到他个性中自私的一面。

  151. go to pot

  一落千丈

  A: How about your son's schoolwork?

  B: It has gone to pot. He really lets me down。

  -你儿子的课业如何?

  -一落千丈。他实在令我失望。

  152. dissimulation 

  (n。) 掩饰

  The thief intruded into the house with caution and dissimulation。

  窃贼小心掩饰地潜入室内。

  153. flog 

  (vt。) 鞭打

  Nowadays, it is an inhumane punishment to flog the disobedient soldiers of sailors。

  今天,鞭笞抗命士兵或水手是不人道的惩罚。

  154. be tarred with the same brush

  一丘之貉

  They’re all tarred with the same brush。

  他们是一丘之貉。

  155. inscription 

  (n。) 铭刻;铭文;碑文

  According to the inscription on its cornerstone, this building was erected in 1919。

  根据基石上的碑铭,这栋建筑物建于1919年。

  156. lump 

  (n。) 团,块

  On his desk, many articles and documents are always piled in great lump。

  在他的桌上,许多物品和文件总是被堆成一大堆。

  157. leap to the eye

  一目了然

  A: What does this proverb mean?

  B: Gee, it leaps to the eye. Need I explain it for you?

  -这句格言是什么意思?

  -咦,那一目了然。需要我为你解释吗?

  158. posture 

  (n。) 姿势,姿态

  He doesn’t sit straight, his posture is very bad。

  他坐得不正,他的姿势很糟糕。

  159. rummage 

  (vt。) 翻找,仔细搜查

  John rummaged all the drawers to find his gloves。

  约翰为了寻找他的手套,翻遍了所有的抽屉。

  160. go off without a hitch

  一帆风顺

  A: How about your business?

  B: Thank you for your concern. It has gone off without a hitch so far。

  -你的事业如何?

  -感谢关心。到目前为止一帆风顺。

  161.    wistful 

  (a。) 渴望的;向往的;留恋的

  A child stood looking with wistful eyes at the toys in the shop window。

  小孩站在橱窗前渴望地看着那些玩具。

  162.    amicable 

  (a。) 友善的,友好的;温和的

  The amicable flash of her white teeth was very impressive。

  她友善地露齿一笑,给人很深刻的印象。

  163.    Every minute counts

  一刻千金

  A: How come you make good of your time?

  B: It’s quite obvious that every minute counts。

  -为何你如何善用时间?

  -很明显,一刻千金啊。

  164.    blizzard 

  (n。) 大风雪,暴风雪

  The soldiers are very exhausted for they have advanced forward without rest in a blizzard。

  士兵们精疲力竭,因为他们在暴风雪中没有休息地连续前进。

  165.   cruise 

  (vi。) 巡航;航游

  If I were rich, I would like to cruise in the Southern Pacific for six months in a private yacht。

  假如我有钱的话,我要乘私人游艇在南太平洋上航行六个月。

  166.    All have ended in smoke

  一事无成

  A: How about his business, studies and marital status?

  B: Regretfully, all have ended in smoke。

  -他的事业、学业和婚姻如何?

  -说来遗憾,一事无成。

  167.   eradicate 

  (vt。) 根除;消灭

  Yellow fever has been eradicated in the United States but it still exists in some countries。

  黄热病在美国已经根除绝迹,但在一些国家却依然存在。

  168.   glimmer 

  (n。) 微光

  The doctor's report gave us only a glimmer of hope。

  医生的报告仅给我们一丝的希望。

  169.    bite the dust

  一败涂地

  A: What was the outcome of the election about the candidate?

  B: It bit the dust。

  -该候选人的选举结果怎样?

  -一败涂地。

  170.   ransack 

  (vt。) 彻底搜索,仔细搜查

  The woman ransacked the house for her lost jewelry。

  那位女士仔细搜索房屋寻找遗失的珠宝。

  171.   slash 

  (vt。) (用刀,剑等)砍;砍击

  He slashed a path through the high grass with a long knife。

  他用一把长刀在高高的草丛中开辟出一条小径。

  172.    hit the right nail on the head

  一针见血

  A: What do you think about his comment on the current news?

  B: He hit the right nail on the head。

  -你觉得他对时事新闻的评论如何?

  -一针见血。

  173.    slump 

  (vi。) 倒下,陷落

  Our feet slumped repeatedly through the melting ice。

  经过融化的冰时,我们的脚一再地陷了进去。

  174.    vogue 

  (n。) 流行;风行;时髦

  That pop song had a great vogue at one time。

  那首流行歌曲有一阵子非常流行。

  175.   as clear as crystal

  一清二楚

  A: Something is wrong with the accounts。

  B: Nope. They’re as clear as crystal。

  -这些账目有问题。

  -不,它们一清二楚。

  176.   ascribe 

  (vt。) 把……归因(于)

  He ascribes his success to skill and hard work。

  他把他的成功归于技能和努力的工作。

  177.   bulwark 

  (n。) 堡垒,壁垒

  The soldiers kept their heads down behind the bulwark。

  士兵们低头隐蔽在堡垒的后面。

  178.   go one's own way

  一意孤行

  A: The wayward girl is a great trouble to her parents。

  B: Absolutely. She is always going her own way。

  -那叛逆的女孩让她父母非常头痛。

  -对极了,她总是一意孤行。

  179.   dubious 

  (a。) 怀疑的,暧昧的,含糊的

  She looked around this way and that in a dubious manner。

  她以一种怀疑的态度看着四周。

  180.   facet 

  (n。) (问题等的)一个方面

  Selfishness was a facet of his character that we seldom saw before。

  我们以前很少看到他个性中自私的一面。

  181.   go to pot

  一落千丈

  A: How about your son's schoolwork?

  B: It has gone to pot. He really lets me down。

  -你儿子的课业如何?

  -一落千丈。他实在令我失望。

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