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山西自考网 发布时间:2012年09月27日

31. It dawned on us rather suddenly that……

  dawn on begin to be known or realized 常用先行词it 表示明白过来

  如:It has slowly dawned upon me that he will not lend a helping hand to us when we are in trouble. 我慢慢明白,当大家碰到麻烦的时候,他是不会伸出援手的。

 

自考高级英语笔记(3

Lesson Threethe use of force

  1. startle to disturb suddenly as surprise 惊吓。

  如: starling news/s startling discovery disturbing frightening 令人震惊的资讯/发现

  He startled us when he slammed the door so loudly. 他砰的一声把门关上,让大家大吃一惊。

  The noise startled me out of my sleep. 喧哗之声把我从梦中惊醒。

  2. a. motion to make a motion or gesture as with the hand (用手等) 作示意。

  如: He motioned me to sit down. 他向我作了个手势,让我坐下。

  b. look over examine esp. briefly 检查。

  如: I will look over your paper soon. 我很快会看一下你的论文。

  We looked over several new models before deciding.大家看过了几种新的模型之后才做了决定。

  He asked my age height weight and marriage status and then looked me over . 他询问了我的年

  龄,身高,体重和婚姻状况,然后打量了一番。

  3. Eye **. up and down 上下仔细打量。

  如They eyed the stranger up and down . 他们对那陌生人仔细上下打量了一番。

  4. Be up to ***. to do sth. be ones responsibility to do sth. ……负责做……

  如:Its up to you to break the news to him. 应该由你向他透露这条消息。

  Its up to them to make the change. 应该由他们作这个变化。

  5. in profusion a great amount quantity of something 充足。

  如; a great profusion of colors = colors in rich profusion 五颜六色

  Profuse adj. generous lavish 丰富。

  如:The critics were profuse in their praise of the new novel. 批评家慷慨地赞扬了那部小说。

  He was profuse in his thanks for the help. 他盛情感激他的帮助。

  Be profuse with ones money 花钱大手大脚。

  6. a sore throat:喉咙痛, sore Physically painful or sensitive such as a wound or diseased part

  疼痛 Im sore all over from the heavy work I did yesterday . 昨天干了一天重活,全身上下都痛了。

  7. in my best professional manner 以我最好的职业方式;

  manner a way of doing things 做事情的方式。

  manner courtesy 礼貌。

  如good manner 有礼貌。

  Its bad manner to speak with your mouth full. 嘴巴里满满的对人说话是不礼貌的。

  8. coax attempt to influence by gentle persuasion 哄骗。

  如He tried to coax the secret from me . 他试图哄骗我说出秘方。

  9. on the chance counting on the slight possibility 怀着希翼,也许可能。

  on the off chance :抱着微弱的希翼。

  如; She applied on the off chance. 她抱着微弱的希翼作了申请。

  He offered the information on the chance that it might prove useful. 他提供了信息,指望能有所帮助。

  10. admonish to warn or caution gently to report mildly 训诫。

  如; Admonish ******. against sth. 劝诫…… 提防…… The teacher admonished us against being late.

  (= us not to be late. 老师训教大家不要迟到。

  He admonished him of the need for sincerity.他警告我为人必须真诚。

  11. a. savage mercilessly cruel uncivilized wild 野蛮的。

  如: a savage attack on 野蛮攻击 a savage lion 野蛮的狮子 savage manners 野蛮的态度

  savage scenery 残酷的场面。

  12. a. ensues follow as a consequence 跟随, 紧跟。

  如: After the heavy rains floods ensued. 大雨之后紧跟着发了洪水。

  during the ensuing months / in the ensuing year 随后的几个月/年;

  the war and the ensuing disorder 战争以及随后紧跟着的混乱。

  b. abject humiliating and wretched contemptible and despicable 可怜,可鄙的。

  如: an abject apology 低声下气的道歉。

  a. crushed subdued 压服。

  13. a. agony extreme and prolonged suffering 极大的痛苦。

  如: in agony 处于痛苦之中;pile up the agony 苦上加苦;in an agony of joy 悲喜交加。

  b. apprehension uneasiness and fear 恐惧,担心。

  如: feel show apprehensions for the safety failure 对安全(失败)感到(显得)很担心。

  14. let go of 松开,放开。

  如: He let go of the rope. 他放开了绳子。

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