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in terms of ▪= with regard to 就 … 而言，根据 –It has been a terrible year in terms of business. –In terms of art treasures, Italy is the richest country in the world.
competition n. 竞争 –He was in competition with 10 others for the job ▪compete v. 竞争，比赛 ▪compete with sb. for sth. –He is going to compete with his old opponent in the second round. –The two teams will compete for the championship. ▪competitive adj. 竞争的，有竞争力
scale n. 等级, 规模 ▪on a large/small scale –They are preparing for war on a large scale. –These cars are produced on a large scale. ▪ 刻度, 尺寸 –The scale on a ruler
divide sth. into 把 … 分成 ▪Let's divide ourselves into several groups. ▪The class was divide into 4 groups for oral practice.
in between 之间, 在中间, 介于两者之间 ▪We have two lessons this morning, but there’s some free time in between. ▪You’d have a good view of sea from here, expect for the block of flats in between.
bring … to an end 停止 …, 结束 –The meeting was brought to an end because the electricity was cut off. –The old was brought to an end at the end of the 20th century. ▪bring sb./sth. to sth. 使 … 处于某种情况 –His ignorance has brought his company to the bankruptcy.
It was not until … that ▪not… until 的强调句式 –I didn’t went to bed until my father came back. –It was not until my father came back that I went to bed. –Joe didn’t went to bed until his mother met his needs. –It was not until his mother met his needs that Joe went to bed.
add A to B 把 … 加入 … 中 –The teacher added some names to the list. –Many new words have been added to this edition of the dictionary. ▪add to 增加, 增多 –I have nothing to add to my former statement. ▪add up 把 … 加起来 –He wrote down the number of books in each box and then added up all the numbers. ▪add up to 总计为, 总数达 –The bills added up to $100.
separate adj. 各自的, 独立的 –Our children want separate rooms. ▪ 分开的, 分离的 –a novel in two separate volumes 分为两卷的小说 ▪separate … from … v. 使分开, 使隔离 –The electrician separated the broken wire from the others. –He separated the big eggs from the small ones.
cancel v. 取消, 废除, 中止 ▪She canceled her order for a book. ▪Because of busy schedule, I canceled my appointment with the dentist. ▪The tennis match was canceled because of the rain
demonstrate v. 证实, 论证 ▪demonstrate +n./that clause –How did you demonstrate the truth of his theory? –Can you demonstrate that earth moves around the world. ▪( 实地, 实物 ) 展示 –The salesman demonstrated how to use the new machine.
stand for 代表, 象征 –CPI stands for Consumer Price Index –The pig stands for laziness. ▪ 支持, 主张 –We want to know what he stands for. –He always stands for what is right.
peak n. 山顶；最高峰，顶点 ▪The mountain peaks are covered with snow all the year. ▪Sales have reached a new peak. ▪peak hours/ seasons 高峰时间 / 季节
amaze vt. 使大为惊讶， 使惊愕 ▪sth. amaze sb. –That he came first in the English contest amazed us all. –It amazed us all that he came first in the English contest. ▪sb. be amazed at ＋ n. / to do / that clause –I was amazed at his rapid progress in his study. –I was amazed to find his rapid progress in his study. –I was amazed that he had made such rapid progress in his study.
come out 获得 –I came out first in the exam. –Chinese athletes have come out No. 1 many times in the Olympics. ▪ 出现, 显露 –The stars came out as soon as it was dark. ▪ 出版, 发表 –When will your book come out? ▪come across 偶然发生 ▪come up 发生, 出现
one … after another –The PLA won one victory after another. –The secretary is typing one file after another. ▪one after another –The students enter the classroom one after another. –One after another, the church members shared their wishes, large or small.
at the turn of 在 … 之交 –He was born at the turn of the century. –We’d better make a new plan at the turn of the year. ▪by turns 轮流, 逐个 –We did the housework by turns. ▪in turns 依次 –The girl called out their names in turns. ▪turn down 拒绝 ▪turn out 生长, 结果是 ▪turn up 出现, 到来
witness v. 目击, 亲眼看到 –We witnessed tremendous changes in the city. ▪witness (to) +n. 作证, 证明 –He witnessed the truth of my statement. –He witnessed to having seen the enter the room. ▪n. 目击者, 见证人 –The police found the witness to the murder case. –These facts are a witness to his carelessness.
touch n. 润色, 最后修修饰的一笔 –I’ve given the finishing touches on the painting. –You need add some touches to your composition. ▪ 接触, 触摸 –I felt the touch of his hand. ▪ 接触, 联系 ▪be/keep/get in touch with –He still keeps in touch with his old friends. –I want to get in touch with the agency. ▪be out of touch with 中断联系, 对 … 情形生疏 –I’m out of touch with economic conditions now. ▪lose touch with –He has lost touch with his former classmates.
be marked as 被称作 ▪People marked him as a liar. ▪He was marked as a diligent student.
look forward to + n./doing sth. ▪They were looking forward to summer vacation. ▪I’m looking forward to seeing you again.
achieve vt. 实现, 到达 –achieve one's purpose/ success/ victory/ dream/aim ▪achievement n. 获得，成就，功绩 –scientific achievements –His achievements in the field of literature were great/ tremendous.
come true vi. 实现 ▪sth. 作主语 ▪My dream has come true.
let out 表达, 放出 –He let out a cry of plain. –He let the air out of the tyres. ▪ 泄漏秘密 –Don’t let it out about me losing my job.
approve vt. 批准, 通过 –The Congress has approved the budget. ▪approve (of) 赞成, 同意 –I approve of your decision. –Her mother doesn’t approve of her smoking.
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