Presentation on theme: "Words for Production 15. outrage [`a5t&redZ] n. [U] intense anger, shock, or indignity 憤怒，憤 慨 The governments decision to close the road caused outrage."— Presentation transcript:
Words for Production 15. outrage [`a5t&redZ] n. [U] intense anger, shock, or indignity 憤怒，憤 慨 The governments decision to close the road caused outrage among the local residents. 詞類變化
outrage [`a5t&redZ] vt. 激怒，使憤慨 The announcement of a 10% pay cut has outraged the workers at the factory.
Words for Production 16. agonized [`8G1naIzd] adj. showing or feeling great pain 感到極 為痛苦的 The agonized look on his face tells how much he is suffering from the injury. 詞類變化 * suffer from 因 … 而受苦
agony [`8G1nI] n. [U][C] 極度痛苦 Survivors of the war have gone through the extreme agony of loss and fear.
Words for Production 17. slashing [`sl8SI9] adj. severe and violent 狂烈的，猛烈的 The film critic’s slashing criticisms seemed to outrage the director. 詞類變化
slash [sl8S] vt. 揮砍；割破 Finding no one around, the naughty boy slashed a seat cover on the bus.
Words for Production 18. furor [`fj5rOr] n. [C] ( usu. sing. ) sudden and intense anger 狂怒 The news that the baseball star will play for another team has caused a great furor among his fans.
Words for Production 19. subside [s1b`saId] vi. to become quieter, less strong or violent 減弱， 平息 The smile on the man’s face shows that his anger has subsided.
Words for Production 20. hollow [`hAlo] adj. making a low sound as if made by hitting an empty container; having a hole or empty space inside ( 聲音 ) 空洞的，沉悶的； 中空的，空心的 There in the woods came a hollow echo of gunshot. The tree might look huge, but it is hollow inside.
Words for Production 21. rattle [`r8tL] n. [C] a series of sharp and short sounds like some objects hitting each other repeatedly 嘎嘎聲 The car broke down after a rattle in the engine. 詞類變化 * break down 拋錨
rattle [`r8tL] vi. 嘎嘎作響，發出咯 嗒咯嗒聲 She slammed the kitchen door so hard that the dishes in the cupboard rattled.
Words for Production 22. indescribable [&IndI`skraIb1bL] adj. so unusual or extreme that it is impossible to describe 難以形容的，無法言喻的 The news that his family was safe and sound brought him indescribable joy. * safe and sound 安全的
Words for Production 23. embrace [Im`bres] n. [C] an act of taking someone into the arms as a sign of love or friendship 擁抱 The father kissed his boy and held him in a tender embrace. 詞類變化
embrace [Im`bres] vt. 擁抱 Russians usually embrace each other with a kiss on the cheeks when they greet family members or close friends. * close friend 密友
Words for Production 24. erupt [I`r^pt] vi. to suddenly express strong emotions, especially by shouting out loud; to break out suddenly and violently ( 以喊叫 ) 表 達突如其來的強烈情緒；爆發 * break out 爆發
Words for Production 24. erupt The whole country erupted in joy when the national basketball team scored the final point and won the Olympic gold medal. A war immediately erupted between the two countries after the final attempt for peace failed. 詞類變化
eruption [I`r^pS1n] n. [C][U] 爆發 It has been many years since the volcano last underwent a violent eruption.
Words for Production 25. chaotic [ke`AtIk] adj. in a state of disorder 混亂的，無秩序的 The classroom turned chaotic after the fight erupted between the two boys. 詞類變化
chaos [`keAs] n. [U] [C] 混亂，無秩序 Without a proper supply of electricity, the city will be in unimaginable chaos and darkness.
Words for Production 26. unashamedly [&^n1`SemdlI] adv. without feeling embarrassed or guilty 不覺難為情地 The two lovers unashamedly hugged and kissed each other in the middle of the street. 詞類變化
ashamed [1`Semd] adj. 感到羞愧的 They felt incredibly ashamed of themselves for behaving rudely in public. * feel ashamed of 感到羞恥 * in public = publicly 公開地
shame [Sem] n. [U] 羞愧，羞恥 Her face turned red for feeling shame at having told a lie. * tell a lie 說謊
Words for Production 27. flawless [`flOlIs] adj. perfect; free of errors 完美的，無暇疵的 His artistry as a novelist is almost flawless; there isn’t much room for criticism. 詞類變化 * flawless = perfect
flaw [flO] n. [C] 缺點，瑕疵 Uncontrollable jealousy is a character flaw that often destroys a marriage.
Words for Production 28. tattered [`t8t2d] adj. (of clothes) old and torn 破爛的，衣衫襤褸的 Children in tattered clothes rushed to tourists and begged for money.
Words for Production 29. mustache [`m^st8S] n. [C] the hair that grows above the upper lip 髭 According to a witness, the robber had long hair and a drooping mustache. * according to 根據
Words for Production 30. frame [frem] vt. to make a border around or an edge to something 勾勒 出 ( 臉型 ) ；加框 Black hair and beard framed the man’s bony face, making him look even thinner. I will have the photo of my parents framed so I can put it on my desk.
Words for Production 31. strip [strIp] vt. to remove; to take off coverings or clothes 卸去，脫去 The boys stripped off their shirts and lay on the beach. * strip off = take off = remove
Words for Production 32. humanity [hju`m8n1tI] n. [U] the quality of being kind, thoughtful, and sympathetic toward people or animals 人道，仁慈 The spirit of humanity is desperately needed in countries where people are plagued with war. 詞類變化
humane [hju`men] adj. 人道的，仁 慈的 The humane way of dealing with a suffering horse is to kill it quickly.
Words for Production 33. defy [dI`faI] vt. to show no fear or respect for; to be or act against 蔑視 ；抵抗，不屈服 The man openly defied the SARS- related policy and refused to let the medical staff at the airport take his temperature. * take one’s temperature 量體溫
3. pick up to find out or notice 發現，注意到 The dog picked up the smell of a stranger and started barking. Idioms and Phrases
4. steal out into to move quietly and secretly into ( 聲音 ) 悄悄傳到；偷偷溜進去 / 出來 The boy stole out into the kitchen for some cookies when his mother was taking a nap. Idioms and Phrases * take a nap 睡午覺
5. grow into to gradually become 漸漸演變為 … A cold, if neglected, can grow into a serious illness like pneumonia. Idioms and Phrases