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新航道SAT词汇干货分享-1500个新SAT词汇表(二十三)

2017/9/20 17:23:46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(二十三)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1099到1164的新词汇,本篇介绍第1165个到1238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(二十三)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1099到1164的新词汇,本篇介绍第1165个到1238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


  intelligible

  capable of being understood

  adj. 可理解的,明了的

  His diaries include passages that are barely intelligible.


  intemperate

  not temperate: such as

  adj. 放纵的;酗酒的

  an intemperate [=extremely hot/cold] climate/zone


  intensify

  to become stronger or more extreme : to become more intense

  i. 增强,强化;变激烈

  We could hear the wind howling outside as the storm intensified.


  interlude

  1:a usually short simple play or dramatic entertainment

  2:an intervening or interruptive period, space, or event :INTERVAL

  3:a musical composition inserted between the parts of a longer composition, a drama, or a religious service

  n.幕间幽默短剧;幕间喜剧

  He has resumed his acting career after a two-year interlude.


  interminable

  having or seeming to have no end : continuing for a very long time

  adj. 冗长的;无止尽的

  an interminable war


  intermittent

  starting, stopping, and starting again : not constant or steady

  adj. 间歇的;断断续续的;间歇性

  The patient was having intermittent pains in his side.


  intervene

  1:to occur, fall, or come between points of time or events 2:to enter or appear as an irrelevant or extraneous feature or circumstance

  v. 插入, 干涉, 调停

  Twenty years intervened between their first and last meetings.

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  intervention

  n. 介入;调停;妨碍

  The program is able to run without intervention by the user.


  intimidate

  frighten or overawe (someone), especially in order to make them do what one wants

  v. 恐吓

  You shouldn't allow his reputation to intimidate you.


  intimidating

  1 causing fear; 2 harsh and threatening in manner or appearance

  adj. 吓人的

  He is one of the most intimidating men I have ever met.


 intractable

  not easily managed, controlled, or solved

  adj. 棘手的;难治的;倔强的;不听话的

  an intractable mystery/question


  intransigence

  the quality or state of being intransigent

  n. 不妥协;不让步;不调和

  He has remained intransigent in his opposition to the proposal.


  intrepid

  feeling no fear:very bold or brave

  adj. 无畏的;勇敢的;勇猛的

  an intrepid explorer


  intricacy

  the quality or state of being complex or having many parts : the quality or state of being intricate

  n. 错综,复杂;难以理解

  She admired the composition for its beauty and intricacy.


  intrigue

  to arouse the interest, desire, or curiosity of

  vt. 用诡计取得;激起...的兴趣

  She was intrigued with/by what he had to say.


  intriguing

  extremely interesting

  adj. 引人入胜的

  an intriguing idea/person/question


  introspection

  the process of examining your own thoughts or feelings

  n. 内省;反省

  a moment of quiet introspection


  inverse

  1:opposite in order, nature, or effect 2:being an inverse function

  adj. 倒转的; 反向的; 反逆的

  The study indicates an inverse relationship between the unemployment rate and inflation.


  irony

  the use of words that mean the opposite of what you really think especially in order to be funny

  n. 反语; 讽刺,冷嘲; 具有讽刺意味的事

  “What a beautiful view,” he said, his voice dripping with irony, as he looked out the window at the alley.


  irrefutable

  not able to be proved wrong : not capable of being refuted

  adj. 不能驳倒的;不能回答的

  There is irrefutable evidence that he committed these crimes.


  irreverent

  having or showing a lack of respect for someone or something that is usually treated with respect : treating someone or something in a way that is not serious or respectful

  adj. 不敬的,无礼的

  He has a delightfully irreverent sense of humor. irreverent portrayals of nuns


  itinerant

  always used before a noun : traveling from place to place : staying in a place for only a short amount of time

  adj. 巡回的;流动的

  an itinerant preacher/lecturer/performer


  jocularity

  n. 滑稽;幽默;诙谐的言行

  a jocular man who could make the most serious people smile


  jolt

  disturb (someone's) composure

  v. 使震惊

  He was jolted forward when the bus stopped suddenly.


  justify

  to provide or be a good reason for (something) : to prove or show (something) to be just, right, or reasonable

  vi. 证明合法;整理版面

  he was being pressured unfairly by his boss. The fact that we are at war does not justify


  kink

  a small problem in a plan, system etc

  n. (绳, 头发等的纽)结

  I woke up on the bus with a kink [=crick] in my neck.


  kinship

  the state of being related to the people in your family

  n. [法] 亲属关系,家属关系;亲密关系

  He feels a strong kinship with other survivors of the war.


  knack

  an ability, talent, or special skill needed to do sth

  n. 天赋

  They have a knack for telling interesting stories.


  laborious

  requiring a lot of time and effort

  adj. 勤劳的;艰苦的

  Removing mildew stains is a laborious [=difficult, painstaking] task.


  labyrinthine

  something that is extremely complicated or difficult to understand

  adj. 迷宫的;复杂的

  He found it difficult to follow the movie's labyrinthine [=elaborate, intricate] plot.


  lamenting

  adj. 悲伤的;悲哀的

  She lamented over the loss of her best friend.


  lash 

  tie, bind; beat violently, whip

  vt. 鞭打;冲击;摆动;扎捆;煽动;讽刺

  The sailor was lashed for disobeying the captain. [no obj]


  laudatory

  expressing or containing praise

  adj. 赞美的;赞赏的;称赞的

  The play received mostly laudatory reviews.


  legendary

  always used before a noun : told about in a legend

  adj. 传说的,传奇的

  legendary creatures from the sea


  legislation

  a law or set of laws made by a government

  n. 立法;法律

  They passed new state legislation this week.


  legitimate

  permitted by law

  adj. 合法的

  a legitimate [=legal, lawful] heir/government/business


  legitimize

  to make legal

  v. 使..合法,正式批准


  lenient

  1 exerting a soothing or easing influence, relieving pain or stress 2.not harsh, severe, or strict

  adj. 仁慈的,宽大的

  Many people felt that the punishment was too lenient.


  levy

  an amount of money that must be paid and that is collected by a government or other authority

  vt. 征收(税等);征集(兵等)

  The government imposed a levy [=tax] on gasoline.


  libelous

  causing or intended to cause unjust injury to a person's good name

  adj. 诽谤的,损害名誉的

  a libelous magazine article


  lid

  vt. 给…盖盖子

  The investigation blew the lid off corruption in city hall.


  limp

  weary, exhausted b : lacking in strength, vigor, or firmness : spiritless

  adj. 柔软的 ,无力的

  He gave me a very limp handshake.


  litigious

  too ready or eager to sue someone or something in a court of law : tending or likely to engage in lawsuits

  adj. 好诉讼的;好争论的

  a very litigious group of people


  loafer

  n. 平底便鞋

  He wore loafers with no socks.

  longevity the length of time that something or someone lasts or continuesn. 长寿,长命;寿命The members of that family are famous for their longevity.


  lucid

  very clear and easy to understand

  adj. 明晰的;透明的;易懂的;头脑清楚的

  The patient has remained lucid


  lugubrious

  full of sadness or sorrow : very sad especially in an exaggerated or insincere way

  adj. 悲哀的,悲惨的

  a comic actor known for his lugubrious manner


  luminescent

  a luminescent watch dial

  adj. 发冷光的,冷光的


  lumpy

  having lumps:full of lumps

  adj. 满是疙瘩的,粗糙的

  lumpy mashed potatoes


  lurid

  1 extremely disturbing or repellent; 2 lacking a healthy skin color; 3 arousing a strong and usually superficial interest or emotional reaction

  adj. 耸人听闻的,苍白的,华丽而庸俗的

  a lurid tale of violence and betrayal


  luxuriant

  1 covered with a thick, healthy natural growth; 2 growing thickly and vigorously; 3 producing abundantly; 4 showing obvious signs of wealth and comfort

  adj. 奢华的,肥沃的,丰富的

  a luxuriant gray beard


  luxurious

  very comfortable and expensive : richly appealing

  adj. 奢侈的;丰富的;放纵的;特级的

  a luxurious apartment/restaurant


  malevolence

  having or showing a desire to cause harm to another person

  adj. 恶意,怨恨;狠毒

  Her reputation has been hurt by malevolent


  mandate

  to officially demand or require (something)

  vt. 授权;托管

  The law mandates that every car have seat belts.


  manicured

  to make (something, such as a lawn or a garden) look neat, smooth, and attractive

  adj. 整修的;修剪整齐的

  She manicured her nails.


  manifestation

  a visible representation of something abstract (as a quality)

  n. 表现,显示

  The first manifestations of her behavior problems occurred soon after she left home.


  manner

  kind,sort

  n. 方式;习惯;种类;规矩;风俗

  I objected to the manner in which the decision was made.


  marginalize

  to put or keep (someone) in a powerless or unimportant position within a society or group

  v. 使处于社会边缘,排斥

  We are protesting policies that marginalize women.


  marginally

  almost not : barelyad

  v. 少量地;最低限度地;在栏外;在页边

  This book is marginally more interesting than the others.


 marionette

  a puppet that is moved by pulling strings or wires that are attached to its body

  n. 牵线木偶


  mastodon

  a type of animal that was related to the mammoth and that lived in ancient times

  n. [古生] 乳齿象;庞然大物


  maudlin

  showing or expressing too much emotion especially in a foolish or annoying way

  adj. 伤感;易流泪

  He became maudlin and started crying like a child.


  meadow

  land in or predominantly in grass

  n. 草地;牧场


  meander

  vi. 漫步;漫谈

  The path meanders through the garden.


  mediate

  to work with opposing sides in an argument or dispute in order to get an agreement

  v. 调解;斡旋;居中

  He has been appointed by the government to mediate (in the dispute) between the company and the striking workers.


  medieval

  relating to or belonging to the Middle Ages

  adj. 中世纪的

  They're using a computer system that seems positively medieval by today's standards.


  mediocrity

  the quality or state of being mediocre

  n. 平庸之才;平常

  We were disappointed by the mediocrity of the wine.


  melodramatic

  emotional in a way that is very extreme or exaggerated

  adj. 戏剧性的

  a melodramatic movie/story/script


  meltdown

  the accidental melting of the core of a nuclear reactor; a rapid or disastrous decline or collapse

  n. 灾难;彻底垮台;熔化;暴跌

  After a long day at the beach, our toddler had a major meltdown in the car on the way home.


  menace

  to make a show of intention to harm

  n. 威胁

  Those dogs are a menace.


  menacing

  to threaten harm to (someone or something)

  adj. 威胁的;险恶的

  He gave her a menacing look.


  mendacity

  lack of honesty : the condition of being mendacious

  n. 谎言;虚伪;撒谎癖

  The people learned of their government's mendacity


  merriment

  laughter and enjoyment

  n. <正>欢乐,嬉戏,欢笑

  Their house was always filled with merriment.


  mesmerize

  hypnotize

  vt. 给...施行催眠术, 迷惑; 吸引

  The crowd was mesmerized by the acrobats.


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