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新航道SAT词汇干货分享-1500个新SAT词汇表(二十四)

2017/9/20 17:36:49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(二十四)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1165到1238的新词汇,本篇介绍第1239个到1298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(二十四)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1165到1238的新词汇,本篇介绍第1239个到1298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


  metaphysical

  of or relating to things that are thought to exist but that cannot be seen

  adj. 形而上学的;超自然的;玄学派诗歌的

  a metaphysical world of spirits


  migrate

  to move from one country or place to live or work in another

  v. 迁徙

  He migrates from New York to Florida each winter.


  mingle

  1:to combine or bring together two or more things 2[no obj]:to move around during a party, meeting, etc., and talk informally with different people

  vt. 使混合;使相混

  The story mingles fact and/with fiction.


  mint

  an herb that has a strong pleasant smell and taste and that is used in medicine and food

  n. 薄荷;[金融] 造币厂,巨款


  mirth

  happiness and laughter

  n. 快乐

  Her clumsy attempt to cut the cake was the cause of much mirth.


  mischievous

  causing or tending to cause annoyance or minor harm or damage

  adj. 淘气的;(人、行为等)恶作剧的;有害的

  a mischievous puppy/child


  misconception

  a belief or an idea that is not based on correct information, or that is no understood by people

  n. 错误认识,误解

  I'd like to clear up a few misconceptions about the schedule.


  misinterpret

  to understand or explain (something) incorrectly : to interpret (something) incorrectly

  vt. 曲解,误解

  He claims that his statements have been misinterpreted by the media.


  missile

  an object that is thrown, shot, or launched as a weapon

  n. 导弹;投射物

  The protesters were arrested for throwing missiles


  molasses

  syrup

  n. 糖蜜,糖浆

  I used to be a fast runner, but now I'm slow as molasses.


  monstrosity

  something (such as a building) that is very large and ugly

  n. 怪物

  Did you see the new mall? It's a monstrosity.


  morbid

  relating to unpleasant subjects (such as death)

  adj. 病态的;由病引起的;恐怖的

  She has a morbid interest in funerals.


  morose

  1 of a person : very serious, unhappy, and quiet2 : very sad or unhappy

  adj. 郁闷的;孤僻的

  He became morose and withdrawn and would not talk to anyone.


 mortality

  the death of a person, animal

  n. 死亡率

  The news of her cousin's death reminded her of her own mortality.


  mortify

  cause to feel shame; hurt the pride of

  v. 伤害,使…感到屈辱

  Her behavior mortified her parents.


 motif

  a single or repeated design or pattern

  n. 主题;动机;主旨;图形;意念

  The wallpaper has a flower motif.


  mound

  1 archaic: to enclose or fortify with a fence or a ridge of earth 2: to form into a mound

  v. 堆起;筑堤

  the burial mounds of an ancient people


  mournful

  full of sorrow : very sad

  adj. 悲哀的;令人惋惜的

  a mournful song/occasion


  musty

  having a bad smell because of wetness, old age, or lack of fresh air

  adj. 发霉的;落伍的

  a dark and musty basement


  myopia

  a lack of foresight or discernment : a narrow view of something

  n. 近视

  She wears eyeglasses to correct her myopia.


  mystify

  to perplex the mind of : bewilder

  vt. 使神秘化;使迷惑,使困惑

  The cause of the disease mystified doctors for many years.


  narrative

  a story that is told or written

  adj.描述的

  He is writing a detailed narrative of his life on the island.


  natty

  trimly neat and tidy

  adj. 整洁的;敏捷的;考虑周到的;清楚的

  a soldier in his natty blue uniform


  nectar

  1 literary : the drink that the Greek and Roman gods drank 2 : a thick juice made from a particular fruit apricot/mango nectar 3 : a sweet liquid produced by plants and used by bees in making honey

  adj. 叙述的

  apricot/mango nectar


  negligible

  very small or unimportant

  adj. 微不足道的,可以忽略的

  A negligible amount of damage was done to the vehicle.


  nibble

  to bite gently

  vi. 细咬;一点一点地咬;吹毛求疵

  We nibbled on some cheese and crackers before dinner.


  nibbling

  v. 一点一点地吃

  He mumbled something and then left.


  nimble

  able to move quickly, easily, and lightly

  adj. 敏捷的;聪明的;敏感的

  the pianist's nimble fingers


  nonchalance

  n. 冷淡;漠不关心;冷静

  She faced the crowd with the nonchalance of an experienced speaker.


  nonplussed

  so surprised or confused by something that you do not know what to say, think, or do

  adj. 困惑的;陷于窘境的

  He was nonplussed by his daughter's confession that she had stolen the CD.


  novice

  a person who has just started learning or doing something

  n. 初学者,新手

  He's a novice in cooking.


  noxious

  harmful to living things : toxic

  adj. 有害的;有毒的;败坏道德的;讨厌的

  noxious fumes/waste


  nuisance

  a person, thing, or situation that is annoying or that causes trouble or problems

  n. 令人讨厌的人或东西

  The sticky clay was a nuisance to work with.


  obfuscate

  to make (something) more difficult to understand

  v. 使模糊;使迷乱;弄暗

  Politicians keep obfuscating the issues.


  oblivion

  the state of the that is not remembered, used, or thougt about any more

  n. 遗忘

  The technology is destined/headed for oblivion.


  oblong

  longer in one direction than in the other direction

  adj. 椭圆形的;长方形的

  the plant's oblong leaves


  obscurity

  the state of being unknown or

  n. 朦胧;阴暗;晦涩;身份低微;不分明

  In recent years, the tradition has emerged from obscurity.


  obsession

  a state in which someone thinks about someone or something constantly or frequently especially in a way that is not normal

  n. 痴迷;困扰;[内科][心理] 强迫观念

  He was fascinated by the actress and tracking her every move had become an obsession.


  obstreperous

  difficult to control and often noisy

  adj. 吵闹的,喧嚣的;难驾驭的

  a room full of obstreperous children


  obtrusive

  noticeable in an unpleasant or annoying way

  adj. 突出的;强迫人的;冒失的

  The waiter was attentive without being obtrusive.


  ode

  a lyric poem usually marked by exaltation of feeling and style, varying length of line, and complexity of stanza forms

  n. 颂诗, 赋

  This poem is titled, “An Ode to My Mother.”


  ogre

  1 a strange or horrible and often frightening creature; 2 something or someone that causes fear or dread especially without reason

  n. 怪物,令人害怕的人

  The book portrays their father as an ogre who mistreated them.


  opulence

  wealth,affluence

  n. 富有,丰富


  opulent

  having a large estate or property : wealthy

  adj. 富裕的, 丰富的, 丰饶的, 繁茂

  the opulent [=affluent] lifestyle of wealthy people


  ornate

  covered with decorations, using many fancy words

  adj. 装饰的,华丽的

  ornate silver candlesticks


  ostensible

  seeming or said to be true or real but very possibly not true or real

  adj. 表面的;假装的

  The ostensible reason for his visit was to see an old friend.


  ostracize

  to not allow (someone) to be included in a group

  vt. 放逐;排斥;按贝壳流放法放逐

  She was ostracized from/by the scientific community for many years because of her radical political beliefs.


  oust

  to cause or force (someone or something) to leave a position of power, a competition, etc.

  vt. 驱逐;剥夺;取代

  The rebels ousted the dictator from power.


  outlandish

  of or relating to another country : foreign;bizarre

  adj. 古怪的;奇异的;异国风格的;偏僻的

  She fills her books with outlandish characters.


  outmoded

  no longer useful or acceptable : not modern or current

  adj. 过时的,不流行的

  The army was using outmoded


  outpouring

  an act of expressing an emotion or feeling in a very powerful way

  n. 流露;流出;倾泄

  There was an outpouring of support for the president.


  outspoken

  talking in a free and honest way about your opinions

  adj. 坦率的,直言不讳的

  She has been an outspoken advocate/supporter of women's rights throughout her life.


  overlook

  to fail to see or notice (something);to pay no attention to (something)

  v. 忽视

  The detective overlooked an important clue.


  overtly

  easily seen , not secret or hidden

  adj. 明显的;公然的

  an overtly religious reference


  overwhelming

  Awesomely or forbiddingly intense

  adj. 压倒性的

  The response was overwhelming.


  overwrought

  very excited or upset

  adj. 过度紧张的;过度兴奋的

  The witness became overwrought as she described the crime.


  palette

  1:a thin oval or rectangular board or tablet that a painter holds and mixes pigments on

  2 a :the set of colors put on the palette b (1) : a particular range, quality, or use of color (2): a comparable range, quality, or use of available el

  n.调色板;一套颜料

  The designer's palette consists mainly of earth tones.


  pandemonium

  a situation in which a crowd of people act in a wild, uncontrolled, or violent way because they are afraid, excited, or confused

  n. 一片混乱;闹哄哄的场所

  The announcement that the concert was canceled was met with pandemonium.


  pander

  gratify or indulge (an immoral or distasteful desire or taste or a person with such a desire or taste)

  v. 迎合

  The film panders to the popular taste for violence in entertainment.


  panorama

  1:a full and wide view of something usually singular 2 a way of showing or telling something that includes a lot of information and covers many topics : a thorough presentation of a subject usually singular

  n. 全景,全貌

  You can see a panorama of the entire bay from here.


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