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英语-

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1.bemuse // to cause (someone) to be confused and often also somewhat amused

2.benefactor - 词根Bene 意味着好,善.//someone who helps another person, group, etc., by giving money

3.beneficent // doing or producing good

4.benevolent // kind and generous

5.benign // medical : not causing death or serious injury

6.bereave //   to take away (a valued or necessary possession) especially by force

7.beset // to cause problems or difficulties for (someone or something)

 

8.besiege

9.bestow // to give (something) as a gift or honor

10.betray

 

11.bewilder // to confuse (someone) very much

12.bias   -bi 词根有2的意思//a tendency to believe that some people, ideas, etc., are better than others that usually results in treating some people unfairly

13.bibliomania //集书癖

14.bilateral // involving two groups or countries

15.bilingual // able to speak and understand two languages

16.billion // the number 1,000,000,000 : one thousand million

17.birthright // a right that you have because you were born into a particular position, family, place, etc., or because it is a right of all people

18.bizarre // very unusual or strange

19.blackmail // the crime of threatening to tell secret information about someone unless the person being threatened gives you money or does what you want

20.blameworthy

21.bland // not interesting or exciting

22.blatant // very obvious and offensive

23 blazing // very hot, fast, or powerful

24 bleach // to remove color or dirt and stains from (hair, clothing, etc.) especially through the effect of sunlight or by using chemicals : to make (something) whiter or lighter in color

25 blighted // a disease that makes plants dry up and die something that causes harm or damage like a disease

26 blindness

 

 

 

27 blissful

 

28 blithe // happy and without worry

29 blockbuster // something that is very large, expensive, or successful

30 blueprint

31 bluff // having a very open, honest, and direct way of talking that is friendly but not always polite

32 blur // something that you cannot see clearly something that is difficult to remember

 

33 boastfulness // a statement in which you express too much pride in yourself or in something you have, have done, or are connected to in some way

34 boisterous // very noisy and active in a lively way

 

35 bolster // a long bag of cloth completely filled with soft material : a long pillow or cushion

36 bombastic // speech or writing that is meant to sound important or impressive but is not sincere or meaningful

 

37 bonanza // a large amount of something valuable

40 boon // something pleasant or helpful : a benefit or advantage

41 boost // to increase the force, power, or amount of (something)

42 bootless //无用的

43 boredom // the state of being bored

44 boundless // not limited in any way : having no boundaries

45 bowlegged // a leg bowed outward at or below the knee

 

//第一个100 和一篇Economic 阅读基础*1。

 

 

 

46 braggart // a person who brags a lot

47 braid // to form (something, such as hair) into a braid : to weave together (three or more strands or parts of something)

48 brassy // very confident and aggressive in a loud and sometimes annoying way

49 bravado //作威;虚张声势

50 brazen //厚颜无耻的   厚着脸皮做

51 breach //破坏;违背n。违反;突破 v。

52 breed //繁殖。品种

53 brevity //短暂;简短

54 brilliant //卓越

55 brink //边缘;边沿

56 briny //盐水的;海水的

57 brook //小河

58 brownish //棕

59 brusqueness //唐突 直率

60 brutality //残忍

61 brute //畜生;残忍的人

62 buckle //扣子

63 bulky //庞大的

 

64 acronym //首字母缩写

65 acute //急剧 敏锐

66 adhere //坚持

67 aggression //侵犯

68 brochure //小册子

69 chimpanzee //黑猩猩

70 collective //同工的

71 conductivity //电传导率

72 congestion //阻塞

73 council //议会 委员会

74 crevice //裂缝

75 deficiency //不足 缺陷

76 discharge //解除 还债

77 dispute //争论

78 doctrine //学说

79 endless //无止境的

80 enforces //强迫

81 essentially //本质上 adv

82 expire //终止

83 fare //食物 路费

84 flat//平坦

85 forward //向前的

86 foul //邪恶的 犯规

87 glow //光辉 热情

88 juvenile //青少年的 幼儿的

89 load // 装载

90 log //原木

91 maritime //海事的

92 mat//垫子

93 obstruct//阻挡

94 overcharge //夸张 过度

95 pollen//花粉

96 predominant //主要的

97 prevalent //流行的 普遍的

98 protagonist //支持者 主角

99 rehabilitate//复兴 修复

100 renovate //修理 刷新

 

 

P1

estranged from fact  no true.

inhabits a fantastical realm where

rival 对手

is the leading exponent 楷模

assassinated by Russia 暗杀

perpetrators of the recent bungled coup 罪犯 失败的政变

warned of 警告

hordes of immigrants 一大群移民

result from 起因于

Turkey's imminent accession 即将到来

worrying 令人担心

Authoritarian countries were more vulnerable 直说中国更容易受伤

 

P2

peddle lies             try to get people to accept

Ronald Reagan's fib      an untrue statement about something minor or unimportant

secure the release of hostages  providing protection from danger or harm,

a person who is captured by someone who demands that certain things be done before the captured person is freed

to fund the efforts of rebels in Nicaragua an amount of money that is used for a special purpose,

opposing or taking arms against a government or ruler

Dictators and democrats a person who rules a country with total authority and often in a cruel or brutal way, a person who believes in or supports democracy

deflect blame to keep (something, such as a question) from affecting or being directed at a person or thingv

incompetence lack of the ability to do something well

manipulated to use or change (numbers, information, etc.) in a skillful way or for a particular purpose

 

P3

whingeing elites who have been outflaked to complain in an annoying way ,to move around the side of (something, such as an opposing force) to attack from behind

falsified or contested to make (something) false : to change (something) in order to make people believe something that is not true to struggle or fight for or against something

but to reinforce prejudices to strengthen an unfair feeling of dislike for a person or group because of race, sex, religion, etc

validates the us-versus-them mindset

outsider candidates thrive on  a person who does not belong to or is not accepted as part of a particular group or organization, to do well in a particular kind of situation

exaggerated claim

magnitude the size, extent, or importance of something

noble having, showing, or coming from personal qualities that people admire (such as honesty, generosity, courage, etc.)

received wisdom widely accepted

a sceptical lack of deference towards leaders is the first step to reform having or expressing doubt about something a way of behaving that shows respect for someone or something to improve (someone or something) by removing or correcting faults, problems, etc.

hastened to cause (something) to happen more quickly

 

 

P4

corrosive forces are also at play. 多因素

have thrived 做不好?

they are scornful of self-serving technocrats 藐视自私的技术之上者

euro 欧盟

tumbled 崩溃

abetted 加强

rumour and gossip 谣言 流言

take on the appearance of truth

a belief that is dearly held very much

well-intentioned journalistic practices bear blame too 出于好意的 新闻业的

the pursuit of 'fairness' in reporting often create phoney balance ..追求 not true, real, or genuine

uninhabited

it is teeming with.. to be full of

 

P5

pro-wrestling 不好的意思 摔跤

precludes a serious 产生?stop some from doing/something happen

damns complexity as the sleight of hand experts 这. used to show that you are angry or annoyed at a person, thing, or situation.. a cleverly executed trick or deception

use to bamboozle to trick or confuse (someone)

Hence因此

proposals on paid parental leave something (such as a plan or suggestion) that is presented to a person or group of people to consider 带薪双亲假

is drowned out 'common sense' demands. 淹没

tempting causing an urge or desire to have or do something

dodgy prospectuses false or dishonest  a printed statement that describes something (such as a new business or investment) and that is sent to people who may want to be involved in it or invest in it

dysfunctional the state of being unable to function in a normal way

alienation a withdrawing or separation of a person or a person's affections from an object or position of former attachment

 

p6

counter 反击

rebuttal 反驳

humility and acknowledgement of past hubris. 谦虚 过去的骄傲

institutions 体系

do the independent bodies created to inform policy

draw on 擅用

less menacing less威胁

autocrats 独裁者

cast adrift on an ocean of lies 演员 漫无目的漂流

cling to 坚持

novelty 新奇

oppression 压抑

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