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necessity n. [U][C] 需要 ; 不可缺少的東西 the necessity of sleep the necessity of/for studying hard We can see a basic necessity for improvement. There will be no necessity for you to attend the meeting.
Necessity makes a coward valiant. 狗急跳牆。 Necessity has no holiday. 有急需， 就不休息。 Necessity knows no law. 鋌而走險。 Necessity sharpens industry. 需要使人勤奮。
necessities n. pl. 必需品 the necessities of life 生活必需品 Daily necessities include food and clothing. necessary adj. 必要的 It is necessary to grow a creative mind.
following adj. (the ~) 下列的 The tips for making a good speech are mentioned in the following units. n. (the ~) 下列的人、 事物 The following have been chosen to put on the list: Tom, Dick and Harry. prep. 接著； 在 … 之後 He took charge of the company following his father’s retirement.
inventor n. [C] 發明家 Edison is the inventor of electric light bulbs. vt. 發明 Edison invented many useful things. How can you invent such an lousy excuse? Everybody knows what’s going on. invent
inventive adj. 富有創意的 The recipe inspired me to be more inventive with my cooking.
economy n. [C] ( 家庭、 企業、 國家的 ) 經濟 a man of economy 節儉的人 Years later, we may have a strong economy. economic adj. 經濟上的 Many countries have had good economic growth in recent years.
economical adj. 節省的 It is economical to go to work by bus.
vi. 崩潰，倒塌 The worker collapsed from exhaustion. The bridge collapsed under the weight of heavy truck. collapse
n. [C][U] ( 身心、經濟或物體的 ) 崩潰， 瓦解 The economic collapse led to the collapse of law and order in that place. After the failure he was in a state of total collapse. collapse
vt. 扶養 He supported his nephew financially through college. support vt. n. 支持 Which candidate do you support? He supported me completely in my efforts. The President lost the support of the people.
n. [C] 支持者 supporter a strong/firm supporter a support group 後援會； 協會 a supporting role ( 電影的 ) 配角 supportive adj. 支持的 We are always supportive of each other. We are a supportive family.
vt. 將 … 列入； 將 … 加進 A British breakfast includes eggs and sausages. His idea is included in that plan. include inclusive adj. 包括 的 The price of this computer is inclusive of/includes shipping.
n. [U] 電 My electric guitar and his electric blanket were purchased there. The electrical engineer didn’t know how to turn off the electric light. electricity an electricity/power company 電力公司 形容詞 electric 及 electrical 皆可以指「以 電來運作的」，但 electrical 有時可以指 「與電的運作或電器使用有關的」。
adj. 現實的，真實的；真正的，衷心的 All the characters in this novel are fictional, not real. What’s your real purpose? real reality n. [C][U] 現實 ( 的事物 ) ；真實性 Racial equality remains more a hope than a reality. The film shows life in Africa with great reality.
n. [C] 霧 ( 強調「濃密得幾乎看不見前方」 ) The heavy morning fog in the mountains makes driving even harder. We often have bad fogs in winter. fog
vt. 反射；映照出；反映 The snow on the ground reflected the sunlight. Her face was reflected in the water. I could see myself reflected on his eyes. Language more or less reflects social changes. reflect
vi. 反射；帶來 ( 不好的 ) 評價；反省 The sound reflected from the wall. The scandal reflected badly on everyone involved. The well-done job reflected well on her. He reflected on his errors. reflect reflect badlywell on NP 使 … 顯得壞 / 好
n. [U][C] 反射；反映出來的東西；神似 Narcissus saw his own reflection in the water. She is a reflection of her mother. reflection the reflection of light 光的反射
creative adj. 有創意的 creative writing 創作 God created the world. Dickens created not a few memorable characters. Our project will create at least 10,000 new jobs. create vt. 創造；創作
creation n. [C] 創造物；產物 creator n. [C] 創造者；創作者 Rock’n’roll was a creation of the young generation.
monopoly 原意是「 ( 市場等的 ) 壟斷；專賣， 獨家販賣」，例 The postal services are a government monopoly.