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山西自考网资料下载《高级英语》近义词辨析题 5

山西自考网 发布时间:2012年07月08日
 44. No matter what he said the only response he got from him was a (noncommittal tentative) "I see"
  Noncommittal:deliberately not expressing your opinion or intentions clearly(不明朗的)
  Tentative:not definite or certain and may be changed later(暂时,试验性的)
  45. That plan was too (untrue unrealistic) to be adopted.
  Untrue:not based on facts that are correct
  Unrealistic:unrealistic ideas or hopes are not reasonable or sensible
  46. When people looked at him too (intently tentatively) he felt very uncomfortable.
  Intently:giving careful attention to something so that you think about nothing else
  Tentatively:not definite or certain and may be changed later(暂时,试验性的)
  47. Since she didnt know anybody in that city she was rather (hesitant tentative) when accepting the job offer.
  Hesitant:uncertain about what to do or say because you are nervous or unwilling
  Tentative:done without confidence(这是tentative的第二个意思)
  48. "Do you really think he will give up the position" he (scoffed scold)
  Scoff:to laugh at a person or idea and talk about them in a way that shows you think they are stupid make fun of
  Scold:to angrily criticize someone especially a child about something they have done
  49. She told the children about her life on the farm all those years ago how she (got used to used to) get up at four every morning to milk the cows.
  Get used to:to have experienced something so that it no longer seems surprising difficult strange etc
  Used to:if something used to happen it happened regularly or all the time in the past but does not happen now
  50. The teacher told the boys first to (pour splash) some water on the floor before mopping it.
  Pour:to make a liquid or other substance flow out of or into a container by holding it at an angle
  Splash:to make someone or something wet with a lot of small drops of water or other liquid CF:sprinkle
  51. When he was discovered the pick-pocket (waved flapped) a knife to threaten the people around him.
  Wave:to raise your arm and move your hand from side to side in order to make someone notice you
  Flap:to move quickly up and down or from side to side often making a noise
  52. The eagle suddenly (drifted swooped) down and snatched the piece of meat.
  Drift:to move slowly on water or in the air
  Swoop:if a bird or aircraft swoops it moves suddenly down through the air especially in order to attack something
  53. With the help of the specially trained dogs they were able to (rescue save) ten people buried in the snow.
  Rescue:to save someone or something from a situation of danger or harm(强调营救的过程)
  Save:to make someone or something safe from danger harm or destruction(强调安全)
  54. His feet were numb with cold as soon as he got into the room he started (rubbing stroking) them vigorously.
  Rub:to move your hand or something such as a cloth backwards and forwards over a surface while pressing firmly
  Stroke:to move your hand gently over something
  Numb means unable to feel anything55. The kitchen floor has to be (scrubbed scraped) every other day.
  Scrub:to rub something hard especially with a stiff brush in order to clean it
  Scrape:to rub against a rough surface in a way that causes slight damage or injury or to make something do this

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