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新航道SAT词汇干货分享(完结篇)-1500个新SAT词汇

2017/9/21 13:59:31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(完结篇)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1399到1433的新词汇,本篇介绍第1434个到1500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(完结篇)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1399到1433的新词汇,本篇介绍第1434个到1500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


  shrewd

  marked by clever discerning awareness and hardheaded acumen

  adj.精明的

  She's shrewd about her investments.


  shrink

  to become smaller in amount, size, or value

  vi. 收缩;畏缩

  The sweater shrank when it was washed.


  shroud

  a cloth that is used to wrap a dead body

  n. 寿衣;覆盖物;船的横桅索;[电] 护罩

  The mountains were shrouded in fog.


  shrug

  to raise and lower your shoulders usually to show that you do not know or care about something

  v./n. 耸肩

  I asked if he wanted to go out to dinner, and he just shrugged.


 slab

  a thick flat piece of a hard material such as stone

  n. 平板, 厚的切片

  concrete slabs


  sleek

  elegant, stylish

  adj. 圆滑的;井然有序的

  the sleek lines of a sports car


  slipshod

  careless, slovenly

  adj. 漫不经心的

  He did a slipshod job.


 slump

  a sudden decrease in prices, value, amount, etc.

  v. 消沉, 衰退, (物价)暴跌; 弯腰,驼背

  The economy's been in a slump since last year.


  smut

  language, pictures, or stories that deal with sex in a way that is offensive

  n. [植保] 黑穗病;煤尘;污迹

  Smut is not allowed in this house.


  snatch

  to take or grasp abruptly or hastily also : to seize or take suddenly without permission, ceremony, or right

  vt. 夺得;抽空做;及时救助

  She snatched [=grabbed] the ball out of the air and ran down the court.


  snide

  false, counterfeit;practicing deception : dishonest

  adj. 伪造的;卑鄙的;暗讽的

  snide remarks/comments/references


  snob

  one who blatantly imitates, fawningly admires, or vulgarly seeks association with those regarded as social superiors

  n. 势利小人,势利眼; 附庸风雅之徒,假内行

  Most of the people in the club are snobs who look down on people who attended public schools.


  snooze

  to sleep lightly especially for a short period of time : doze

  v. 打盹 小睡

  She lay down on the sofa and snoozed


  snug

  enjoying or affording warm secure shelter or cover and opportunity for ease and contentment

  n. 舒适温暖的地方;雅室


  solemn

  very serious or formal in manner, behavior, or expression

  adj. 庄严的,严肃的;隆重的,郑重的

  He spoke in a solemn and thoughtful manner.


  solidarity

  unity (as of a group or class) that produces or is based on community of interests, objectives, and standards

  n. 团结,团结一致

  The vote was a show of solidarity.


  sparse

  present only in small amounts : less than necessary or normal

  adj. 稀疏的;稀少的

  Reliable data is sparse.


 spear

  a weapon that has a long straight handle and a sharp point

  n. 矛,枪

  The hunters used spears.


  species

  a group into which animals, plants, etc. that are able to breed with each other and produce healthy young are divided

  n. 物种

  There are approximately 8,000 species of ants.


  speculative

  based on guesses or ideas about what might happen or be true rather than on facts

  adj. 推测的

  His conclusions are highly/purely speculative.


  spellbound

  to bind or hold by or as if by a spell

  adj. 被咒语所镇住的, 茫然不知所之的, 被迷住的

  The children were spellbound by the puppet show.


  sprout

  to grow, spring up, or come forth as or as if a sprout

  v. 萌芽

  Potatoes will sprout in the bag if kept in a warm place.


  squalid

  very dirty and unpleasant

  adj.肮脏的; 污秽的; 卑劣的

  The family lived in squalid conditions.


  stagnate

  to stop developing, progressing, moving, etc. : to be or become stagnant

  vi. 停滞;淤塞;变萧条

  Wages have stagnated recently.


  stagnation

  to stop developing, progressing, moving, etc. : to be or become stagnant

  n. 停滞;滞止

  Their relationship is stagnating.


  stalk

  to follow (an animal or person that you are hunting or trying to capture) by moving slowly and quietly

  vt. 追踪,潜近;高视阔步

  This is the time of year when hunters are stalking the woods for deer.


  stanchion

  a strong, upright pole that is used to support something

  n. 支柱


  startling

  very surprising, shocking, or frightening

  adj. 令人吃惊的

  Startling new evidence/facts came to light during the trial.


  static

  showing little or no change, action, or progress

  adj. 静态的;静电的

  The computer program can turn static [=still] images into movies.


  sterile

  1:not able to produce crops or plants 2 a : not able to produce children, young animals, etc.

  adj. 不育的;无菌的

  Mules are sterile./a sterile dressing for a wound


  stiff

  1 a : difficult to bend or move b : painful to move or use 2 : thick and difficult to stir or pour 3: difficult, strict, or severe

  vt. 推挤,撞; 使激动; 与…竞争,争夺; 贴近

  The brush was as stiff as a board.


  stilted

  awkward especially because of being too formal

  vi. 竞争,争夺; 推挤

  a stilted speech


  stringent

  very strict or severe

  adj. 严格的

  stringent rules/requirements/restrictions/standards


  strut

  a : to walk with a proud gait b : to walk with a pompous and affected air

  v. 高视阔步; 趾高气扬地走

  She strutted across the stage.


  studious

  very serious about studying, reading, learning, etc.

  adj. 用功的;热心的;专心的

  He made a studious effort to obey the rules.


  stupefying

  causing a strong emotional reaction because of unexpectedness

  adj. 使人目瞪口呆的

  I was stupified by their decision.


  subjugate

  to defeat and gain control of (someone or something) by the use of force : to conquer and gain the obedience of (a group of people, a country, etc.)

  vt. 征服;使服从;克制

  The emperor's armies subjugated the surrounding lands.


  subliminal

  relating to things that influence your mind in a way that you do not notice

  adj. 潜在意识的

  The studio denied the existence of subliminal messages in the movie.


  submit

  to accept the authority,control or greater strength of sb/sth;to agree to sth because of this

  v. 顺从,屈服

  Candidates interested in the position should submit their résumés to the Office of Human Resources.


  substantially

  very much : a lot

  adv. 实质,大体上的

  A new car costs substantially more than a used car.


  suddenness

  happening, coming, or done very quickly in a way that is usually not expected

  n. 意外;突然

  I was surprised by the suddenness of her decision.


  sully

  to damage or ruin the good quality of (something)

  vt. 玷污;使丢脸

  The scandal sullied [=tarnished] her reputation.


  superannuated

  old and therefore no longer very effective or useful

  vt. 废弃,淘汰;给……养老金使退休;解雇……

  a superannuated opera star


  supercilious

  having or showing the proud and unpleasant attitude of people who think that they are better or more important than other people

  adj. 目空一切的,高傲的;傲慢的,自大的

  a supercilious tone/attitude


  supplant

  to take the place of (someone or something that is old or no longer used or accepted)

  vt. 代替;排挤掉

  Older workers are being supplanted by recent college graduates.


  surmise

  to form an opinion about something without definitely knowing the truth : guess

  vt. 猜测;推测

  We can only surmise what happened.


  surreptitious

  undertaken or done so as to escape being observed or known by others

  adj. 秘密的,暗中的

  She had a surreptitious relationship with her employee.


  susceptible

  easily affected, influenced, or harmed by sth

  adj.易受影响的

  The virus can infect susceptible individuals.


  suspicious

  causing a feeling that something is wrong or that someone is behaving wrongly : causing suspicion

  adj. 可疑的;怀疑的;多疑的

  We were instructed to report any suspicious activity/behavior in the neighborhood.


  sustain

  to provide what is needed for (something or someone) to exist, continue, etc.

  vt. 维持;支撑,承担

  There is not enough oxygen to sustain [=support] life at very high altitudes.


  sweeping

  EXTENSIVE

  adj. 彻底的;广泛深远的

  The election was a sweeping victory


  tacit

  expressed or understood without being directly stated

  adj. 心照不宣的

  She felt that she had her parents' tacit approval to borrow the car.


  tack

  to add on or attach (something) in a quick or careless way

  v. 附加

  We were sailing on (a/the) port tack. [=with the wind coming from our port/left side]


  tamper

  to interfere so as to weaken or change for the worse--- used with with

  v. 损害, 削弱

  Someone tampered with the lock.


  tedium

  the quality or state of being tedious or boring

  n. 沉闷;单调乏味;厌烦

  The movie was three hours of tedium.


  temperament

  one?s characteristic attitude or mood

  n. 气质,性情

  The minister preached about temperance.


  temperance

  the practice of always controlling your actions, thoughts, or feelings so that you do not eat or drink too much, become too angry, etc.

  n. 戒酒;节欲;(气候等的)温和

  The minister preached about temperance.


  tenaciousness

  n. 固执;顽强

  She clung tenaciously to her beliefs.


  tentacle

  one of the long, flexible arms of an animal

  n. 触须

  The corporation's tentacles are felt in every sector of the industry.


  tentative

  not done with confidence : uncertain and hesitant

  adj. 试验性的,暂定的;踌躇的

  We have tentative plans for the weekend. tentative approval


  terrestrial

  relating to or occurring on the earth

  adj. 地球的;陆地的,[生物] 陆生的;人间的

  The toad has terrestrial habits, spending most of its time on shore.


  testify

  to say that you believe sth is true because you have evidence of it

  v. 证实,证明

  She refused to testify about who had given her the information.


  testimony

  something presented in support of the truth or accuracy of a claim

  n. 证词

  The jury heard 10 days of testimony.


  thrifty

  careful on the management of money or resouces

  adj. 节约的

  a thrifty family/shopper


  thwart

  to prevent from achieving a goal

  v. 挫败,阻碍

  She did all she could to thwart his plans.


  timorous

  easily frightened

  adj. 胆怯的;胆小的

  He spoke with a timorous voice.


  tolerate

  to allow (something that is bad, unpleasant, etc.) to exist, happen, or be done

  vt. 忍受;默许;宽恕

  Racist or sexist behavior will not be tolerated.


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