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新航道SAT词汇干货分享-1500个新SAT词汇表(二十二)

2017/9/20 16:59:02来源:互联网作者:上海新航道

摘要:SAT想考高分,词汇是最基础的,如果SAT词汇量不够,是不可能取得高分成绩的。上海新航道SAT培训学校小编给大家带来了1500个新SAT词汇(二十二)介绍式分别为单词、英语解释、中文解释和例句。上一篇新SAT词汇表介绍了从1028到1098的新词汇,本篇介绍第1099个到1164个新SAT词汇。

  SAT想考高分,词汇是最基础的,如果SAT词汇量不够,是不可能取得高分成绩的。上海新航道SAT培训学校小编给大家带来了1500个新SAT词汇(二十二)介绍式分别为单词、英语解释、中文解释和例句。上一篇新SAT词汇表介绍了从1028到1098的新词汇,本篇介绍第1099个到1164个新SAT词汇。新SAT高频词汇总汇总,请点击:1500个新SAT高频词汇总及PDF下载


  hedge

  1. a fence or boundary formed by closely growing bushes

  2. a way of protecting oneself against financial loss or other adverse circumstances

  n. 树篱;避险

  She invests her money as a hedge against inflation.


  herbivore

  an animal that only eats plants

  n. [动] 食草动物

  herbivorous animals


  heritage

  the traditions, achievements, beliefs, etc., that are part of the history of a group or nation

  n. 遗产;传统;继承物;继承权

  His Polish heritage was very important to him.


  heyday

  the period of one's greatest popularity, vigor, or prosperity

  n. 遗产;传统;继承物;继承权

  In the heyday of big cars nobody cared how much gas cost.

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  hideous

  offensive to the senses and especially to sight : exceedingly ugly;morally offensive : shocking

  adj. 骇人听闻的, 可怕的

  The room was filled with hideous furniture.


  hinder

  to make (something, such as a task or action) slow or difficult

  v. 阻碍

  Their journey was hindered [=impeded, slowed] by snow and high winds.


  hindrance

  a person or thing that makes a situation difficult : a person or thing that hinders someone or something

  n. 障碍;妨碍;妨害;阻碍物

  She wanted to sign up for the class, but the cost was a hindrance. [=the class cost too much]


 hindsight

  the knowledge and understanding that you have about an event only after it has happened

  n. 后见之明;枪的照门

  It's easy for us to say that the war was wrong, but we have the advantage/benefit of hindsight.


  hinge

  a usually metal piece that attaches a door, gate, or cover to something and allows it to open and close

  n. 铰链,折叶


  hodgepodge

  a heterogeneous mixture

  n. 大杂烩

  a hodgepodge of styles


  holistic

  relating to or concerned with complete systems rather than with individual parts

  adj. 整体的;全盘的

  Holistic medicine attempts to treat both the mind and the body.


  hone

  (1)to sharpen or smooth with a whetstone(2)to improve your skill at doing something

  v. 用磨刀石磨

  She honed her language skills by reading and writing every day.


  hover

  to be in a state of uncertainty, irresolution, or suspense

  v. 徘徊,逗留

  Watch as the hummingbird hovers over the flowers.


  howl

  to cry out loudly

  vi. 咆哮;怒吼;狂吠

  The dogs were howling at the moon.


  humble

  not costly or luxurious

  adj. 谦逊的

  Despite all his achievements, he has remained humble.


  hypocrisy

  the behavior of people who do things that they tell other people not to do : behavior that does not agree with what someone claims to believe or feel

  n. 虚伪;伪善

  When his private letters were made public, they revealed his hypocrisy.


  iconoclast

  a person who criticizes or opposes beliefs and practices that are widely accepted

  n. 偶像破坏者;提倡打破旧习的人

  The iconoclasm of his views made him unpopular.


  identical

  being the exact same one; not any other

  adj. 同一的;完全相同的

  We visited the identical place we stopped at last year


  ignorance

  a lack of knowledge, understanding, or education the state of being ignorant

  n. 忽略,忽视

  His racist attitudes were born out of ignorance.


  illicit

  not allowed by law : unlawful or illegal

  adj. 违法的;不正当的

  He was arrested for selling illicit copies of the software.


  illustrate

  to give examples in order to make (something) easier to understand

  v. 阐明,解释

  He illustrated his lecture with stories of his own experiences in the field.


  illustrious

  standing above others in rank, importance, or achievement

  adj. 著名的,杰出的,辉煌的

  He has had an illustrious military career.


  immune

  1 not capable of being affected by a disease; 2 not influenced or affected by something; 3 having special protection from something that is required for most people by law

  adj. 免疫的,免除的,免于…

  Most people are immune to the disease.


  immunity

  the quality of being unaffected by something

  n. 免责;不受影响

  They have developed immunity to the virus.


  impartial

  treating all people and groups equally : not partial or biased

  adj. 公平的,公正的;不偏不倚的

  an impartial analysis of the case


  impeccable

  free from fault or error

  adj. 无瑕疵的;没有缺点的

  The craftsmanship is impeccable. [=flawless]


  impediment

  something that makes it difficult to do or complete something : something that interferes with movement or progress

  n. 口吃;妨碍;阻止

  There were no legal impediments to the deal.


  impersonal

  showing no interest in individual people:lacking emotional warmth

  adj. 冷漠的

  a giant impersonal corporation


  imperturbable

  very calm : very hard to disturb or upset

  adj. 冷静的;泰然自若的

  Although he seems outwardly imperturbable, he can get very angry at times.


  implausible

  not believable or realistic : not plausible

  adj. 难以置信的,不像真实的

  She's been making implausible claims.


  impose

  to cause (something, such as a tax, fine, rule, or punishment) to affect someone or something by using your authority

  v. 影响

  The judge imposed a life sentence.


  impoverished

  of a fauna or flora : represented by few species or individuals

  adj. 穷困的;用尽了的,无创造性的

  the most impoverished areas


  improvident

  not providing or saving for the future: not wise or sensible regarding money

  adj.无先见之明的

  Her improvident habits left her with no retirement savings.


  improvisation

  to speak or perform without preparation

  n. 即兴创作;即席演奏

  an actor who is good at improvisation


  inadequacy

  n. 不适当,不充分;不完全;不十分

  feelings of inadequacy


  inchoate

  not completely formed or developed yet : vague

  adj. 早期的;刚开始的;未充分发展的

  inchoate yearnings


  incidentally

  as something that is less interesting or important

  adv. 顺便

  The report discusses the problem only incidentally.


 incisive

  able to explain difficult ideas clearly and confidently

  adj. 深刻的;敏锐的;锋利的

  an incisive analysis/commentary/observation


  inclusive

  covering or including everything

  adj.包容的,包括的

  an inclusive insurance policy


  incorrigible

  not able to be corrected or changed

  adj. 不可救药的,积习难改的

  He is always the class clown and his teachers say he is incorrigible.


  incriminate

  to cause (someone) to appear guilty of or responsible for something (such as a crime)

  v. 控告,牵连

  Material found at the crime scene incriminates the defendant.


  indecipherable

  impossible to read or understand : not decipherable

  adj. 无法解释的;破译不出的;难辨认的

  His handwriting is almost indecipherable.


  indefatigableable

  to work or continue for a very long time without becoming tired

  adj. 不知疲倦的;不屈不挠的

  an indefatigable campaigner


  indictment

  1 a : the action or the legal process of indicting b : the state of being indicted 2 : a formal written statement framed by a prosecuting authority and found by a jury (as a grand jury) charging a person with an offense 3 : an expression

  n. 起诉, 起诉状, 控告

  The grand jury has handed down indictments against several mobsters.


  indigent

  adj. 穷困;贫乏;贫穷

  Because he was indigent, the court appointed a lawyer to defend him.


  indignant

  feeling or showing anger because of something that is unfair or wrong : very angry

  adj. 义愤填膺的

  She wrote an indignant letter to the editor.


  indiscriminate

  deficient in discrimination and discernment; heterogeneous, motley

  adj. 不加区别的

  They participated in the indiscriminate slaughter of countless innocent victims.


  induce

  somewhat formal : to cause (someone or something) to do something

  v. 引起;引诱;感应

  The advertisement is meant to induce people to eat more fruit.


  indulgence

  the behavior or attitude of people who allow themselves to do what they want or who allow other people to do what they want

  n. 沉溺; 迁就,宽容; 嗜好; 溺爱,放纵

  She lived a life of selfish indulgence.


  inextricable

  impossible to separate

  adj. 密不可分的

  He argues that there is an inextricable link between poverty and poor health.


  infallible

  not capable of being wrong or making mistakes : not fallible

  adj. 绝对可靠的;绝无错误的

  never claimed to be infallible.


  infatuation

  being in an infatuated state or condition

  n.热恋,迷恋

  The attraction he felt for her was just infatuation, not true love.


  infection

  having a result that increases in strength or importance each time more of sth is added

  n. (身体某部分的)感染,传染病

  Poor hygiene can increase the danger of infection.


  influential

  having the power to cause changes : having influence

  adj. 有影响的;有势力的

  She became an (enormously/extremely) influential critic/writer.


  infuse

  infuse the team with confidence

  v. 灌输, 注入

  She has infused her followers with confidence.


  ingenuous

  1 free from any intent to deceive or impress others; 2 lacking in worldly wisdom or informed judgment

  adj. 坦白的,天真的

  an appealingly ingenuous young woman/man


  ingrained

  forming a part of the essence or inmost being : DEEP-SEATED

  v. 使根深蒂固(ingrain的过去分词形式);生染;就原料染色

  These attitudes are very deeply ingrained in the culture.


  ingratiating

  intended to gain someone's favor or approval

  adj. 逢迎的,讨好的;迷人的,吸引人的

  an ingratiating smile/manner


  ingredient

  one of the things that are used to make a food, product, etc.

  n. 原料;要素;组成部分

  He uses only the finest/freshest ingredients in his cooking.


  inherent

  belonging to the basic nature of someone or something

  v. 与生俱来的

  He has an inherent sense of fair play.


  initial

  occurring at the beginning of something

  adj. 最初的

  The symptoms are mild in the initial [=early] stages of the disease.


  inkling

  a slight idea about something

  n. 略微的提示, 略知

  I didn't have an inkling [=clue] of what it all meant.


  inquiry

  research

  n. 探究;调查;质询

  She refused to answer inquiries from the media about her marriage.


  inquisitiveness

  an eager desire to find out about things that are often none of one?s business

  n. 好奇,爱打听

  She was very inquisitive [=curious] as a child.


  inscribe

  1:to write or cut (words,a name,etc.)on something+on or in 2:to write words,a name, etc., on (something)

  vt. 题写;题献

  He inscribed a message in the book before giving it to his son.


  insuperable

  impossible to solve or get control of : impossible to overcome

  adj. 不能克服的;无敌的

  They succeeded despite some nearly insuperable [=insurmountable] difficulties.


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