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4000 Essential English Words 4 Paul Nation

4000英语核心词汇4 保罗·纳森

Unit 9 Word List

第9单元 单词表

alongside adv.

在旁边

If something is alongside another thing, then it is next to it.

表示某物在另一物的旁边。

→ We work alongside each other in the office.

我们在办公室里并肩工作。

appetite n.

食欲

Your appetite is your hunger for food.

表示对食物的渴望。

→ Tom has a big appetite. He eats all the time.

汤姆胃口很大。他总是吃。

assist v.

协助,帮助

To assist someone is to help them.

表示帮助。

→ Andrew assisted me with my homework.

安德鲁帮助我做家庭作业。

breeze n.

微风

A breeze is a soft wind.

指一种柔和的风。

→ The breeze caused the leaves to fall off the tree.

微风吹落了树叶。

defy v.

藐视

To defy someone is to work against them or refuse to do what they say.

表示和某人作对或者拒绝照他们说的做。

→ The students got into trouble for defying their teacher's rules.

学生们因违抗老师的规定而惹上了麻烦。

display v.

陈列

To display something is to show it, especially by putting it in a certain place.

展示某物,尤指把它放在某个地方。

→ The museum displayed many wonderful paintings.

博物馆展出了许多精彩的绘画作品。

efficient adj.

有效率的

If something or someone is efficient, they do not waste energy.

表示不浪费能源的。

→ My car is very efficient. I rarely have to buy gas.

我的车油耗很低,我几乎不用买汽油。

feeble adj.

虚弱的

If someone is feeble, they are small or weak.

表示弱小的。

→ The boy was too feeble to carry the object very far.

那男孩太虚弱了,搬不动那东西太远。

forgive v.

原谅

To forgive someone is to stop being angry with them.

表示停止对某人生气。

→ Sandra forgave Peter after he said he was sorry.

彼得说对不起之后桑德拉原谅了他。

lively adj.

活泼的;生动的

If someone is lively, they have a lot of energy.

表示精力充沛的。

→ Jennifer is very lively; she's always running and playing.

詹妮弗很活泼,总是蹦蹦跳跳。

majestic adj.

宏伟的

If something is majestic, it is large and beautiful.

表示某物巨大而美丽。

→ The rich people lived in a big, majestic house.

富人住在一所宏伟的大房子里。

nor conj.

也不;也不是

You use nor to connect two negative ideas.

用来连接两个否定的想法。

→ I eat neither apples nor oranges. I don't like either one.

我既不吃苹果也不吃桔子。我两个都不喜欢。

outraged adj.

愤慨的,气愤的

If someone is outraged, they are very angry.

表示某人非常生气。

→ My father was outraged when he saw that I had crashed his car.

我父亲看到我把他的车撞坏了,勃然大怒。

pessimistic adj.

悲观的

If someone is pessimistic, they believe that the worst will happen.

表示认为最坏的事情会发生。

→ John is pessimistic. He always thinks something bad will happen.

约翰很悲观,他总是认为会有不好的事情发生。

rumor n.

谣言;传闻

A rumor is something people talk about even though it may not be true.

指人们谈论的东西,即使可能不是真的。

→ Kevin was spreading rumors about Marcia to everyone.

凯文在向每个人散布关于马西娅的谣言。

slap v.

掌击,掴;掴……的耳光

To slap someone means to hit them with the palm of the hand.

用手掌打某人。

→ Out of anger, Helen slapped Eunice on the face.

海伦生气地扇了尤尼斯一耳光。

smash v.

打碎

To smash something is to break it into many small pieces.

把某物打碎成许多小碎片。

→ Jacob smashed the window with a rock.

雅各布用一块石头打破了窗户。

subject n.

主题

A subject is the topic that is being discussed or taught.

指正在讨论或教授的主题。

→ The subject of Marco's speech was the economy.

马可演讲的主题是经济。

wage n.

工资;报酬

A wage is the money that a person gets for doing a job.

指一个人做一份工作所得到的报酬。

→ The wages I receive from my job are really great!

我的工作工资真的很高!

whereas conj.

然而

You use whereas to show how two things are different.

用来表示两件事的不同之处。

→ My sister loves horror movies, whereas I prefer comedies.

我妹妹喜欢恐怖片,而我更喜欢喜剧片。

Growing to be Great

成长为伟人

When George was just a boy, he didn't have any parents. The rumor was that they died in a car accident. Many bad things could have happened to George, but he was lucky. He was sent to live alongside other children without parents. There were kind people to assist George and help him go forward with his life. However, he was a pessimistic and mean little boy.

乔治还是个男孩时就成了孤儿,谣传他们死于车祸。乔治本可能遇到许多糟糕的事情,但他很幸运。他被送去和其他孤儿住在一起。有善良的人帮助乔治,让他能够继续活下去。然而,这个小男孩却既悲观又吝啬。

George was often outraged. He told mean rumors about the other kids. He smashed furniture and even slapped other boys. He defied anyone who tried to help him, and soon it was difficult for them to forgive him. But George did display a love for one thing. He loved to play baseball. Whereas he was lazy in school and liked neither the subjects nor the teachers, he was lively and happy when he played baseball.

乔治常常发怒,而且总是刻薄地说其他孩子的坏话。他打碎家具,甚至殴打其他男孩。他蔑视任何试图帮助自己的人,久而久之人们就不愿意原谅他了。但乔治实实在在喜欢一件事,那就是喜欢打棒球。虽然他在学校很懒,既不喜欢上课也不喜欢老师,但是每当打棒球的时候,他就很活泼快乐。

One of George's teachers noticed his talent. He began to work with the boy. At first they only talked about baseball. The teacher watched George play. He was a very efficient hitter. He almost never missed the ball. The teacher thought that George looked majestic when he played. When George hit the ball, it flew through the breeze as if it would never come down. In time, they began to talk about other things. They talked about George's family and his dreams for the future. They developed a very good relationship.

乔治的一位老师注意到了他的天赋,并开始和他一起打球。起初他们只谈论棒球。乔治打球时,老师就在一旁观看。乔治是一个非常有效率的击球手,几乎从未失球。老师认为乔治打球时很专注。乔治击球时,球在微风中飞过,好像永远不会落下似的。过了一段时间,他们开始谈论其他事情。他们谈论乔治的家庭和他对未来的梦想。他们的关系变得很好。

As George got older, he began to grow. His appetite was huge. He ate and ate. He got stronger. Soon the other boys and even the teachers looked small and feeble next to him. Everyone thought that this heralded the start of a great baseball career.

随着乔治年龄的增长,他开始成长。他胃口很大,吃了又吃,变得更加强壮。不久,在他旁边的其他男孩,甚至老师都显得又小又虚弱。大家都认为这是他棒球生涯的起点。

When George got his first job as a baseball player, he gave most of his wages to the people who had helped him as a boy. He hoped that other children would also find a way to live happy, successful lives.

乔治的第一份工作就是棒球员,他把大部分工资都给了小时候帮助过他的人。他希望其他孩子也能找到一种幸福、成功的生活方式。

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