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查爾斯•狄更斯
(Charles Dickens, 1812-1870)
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Words from DAVID COPPERFIELD (大衛•科波菲爾)
Series 32
(posted 2019.2.28)
Match MEANING IN CHINESE A-E to WORD 156-160 and check the ANSWER at the bottom to see if you have matched them correctly.
WORDA USE IN SENTENCE
156 nudgingHe nudged his way through the crowd.
157 manifestlyThe party has manifestly failed to achieve its goal.
158 wedgedThe boat was now wedged between the rocks.
159 joltedHis remark jolted her into action.
160 leerHe looked at her with an evil leer.
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Words from DAVID COPPERFIELD (大衛•科波菲爾)
Series 31
(posted 2018.3.18)
Match MEANING IN CHINESE A-E to WORD 151-155 and check the ANSWER at the bottom to see if you have matched them correctly.
WORDA USE IN SENTENCE
151 astraySeveral letters went astray or were not delivered.
152 shabbyThe old man was shabby and unkempt.
153 moodyMoody people are very difficult to deal with.
154 ruffleShe ruffled his hair affectionately.
155 broachShe was dreading having to broach the subject of money to her father.
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Words from DAVID COPPERFIELD (大衛•科波菲爾)
Series 30
(posted 2018.3.15)
Match MEANING IN CHINESE A-E to WORD 146-150 and check the ANSWER at the bottom to see if you have matched them correctly.
WORDA USE IN SENTENCE
146 pineShe pined for months after he'd gone.
147 rustyI haven't played the piano for ages—I may be a little rusty.
148 puffI was starting to puff a little from the climb.
149 precedeHis resignation was preceded by weeks of speculation.
150 mopeMoping won't do any good!
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Words from DAVID COPPERFIELD (大衛•科波菲爾)
Series 29
(posted 2018.3.12)
Match MEANING IN CHINESE A-E to WORD 141-145 and check the ANSWER at the bottom to see if you have matched them correctly.
WORDA USE IN SENTENCE
141 diabolicalThe traffic was diabolical.
142 clammyHis skin felt cold and clammy.
143 sputter"W-What?" sputtered Anna.
144 loiterTeenagers were loitering in the street outside.
145 hushHush now and try to sleep.
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Words from DAVID COPPERFIELD (大衛•科波菲爾)
Series 28
(posted 2018.3.5)
Match MEANING IN CHINESE A-E to WORD 136-140 and check the ANSWER at the bottom to see if you have matched them correctly.
WORDA USE IN SENTENCE
136 sulkySarah had looked sulky all morning.
137 delusionDon't go getting delusions of grandeur.
138 dispassionatetaking a calm, dispassionate view of the situation
139 irksomeI found the restrictions irksome.
140 shunShe was shunned by her family when she remarried.
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Words from DAVID COPPERFIELD (大衛•科波菲爾)
Series 27
(posted 2018.2.26)
Match MEANING IN CHINESE A-E to WORD 131-135 and check the ANSWER at the bottom to see if you have matched them correctly.
WORDA USE IN SENTENCE
131 meeklyHe meekly did as he was told.
132 falterThe economy shows no signs of faltering.
133 remonstrateThey remontrated with the official about the decision.
134 tormentHe was tormented by feelings of insecurity.
135 abetHe was abetted in the deception by his wife.
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Words from DAVID COPPERFIELD (大衛•科波菲爾)
Series 26
(posted 2018.2.24)
Match MEANING IN CHINESE A-E to WORD 126-130 and check the ANSWER at the bottom to see if you have matched them correctly.
WORDA USE IN SENTENCE
126 actuateHe was actuated entirely by malice.
127 ratifyThe treaty was ratified by all the member states.
128 efficaciousThey hope the new drug will prove especially efficacious in the relief of pain.
129 obligeWould you oblige me with some information?
130 pretenceShe was unable to keep up the pretence that she loved him.
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Words from DAVID COPPERFIELD (大衛•科波菲爾)
Series 25
(posted 2018.2.21)
Match MEANING IN CHINESE A-E to WORD 121-125 and check the ANSWER at the bottom to see if you have matched them correctly.
WORDA USE IN SENTENCE
121 shredThere is not a shred of evidence to support his claim.
122 strainThese repayments are putting a strain on our finances.
123 brimfulShe's certainly brimful of energy.
124 slapShe gave him a slap across the face.
125 insinuateThe article insinuated that he was having an affair with his friend's wife.
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Words from DAVID COPPERFIELD (大衛•科波菲爾)
Series 24
(posted 2018.2.18)
Match MEANING IN CHINESE A-E to WORD 116-120 and check the ANSWER at the bottom to see if you have matched them correctly.
WORDA USE IN SENTENCE
116 speckThe ship was now just a speck in the distance.
117 incoherentShe broke off, incoherent with anger.
118 gruffBeneath his gruff exterior, he's really very kind-hearted.
119 inquisitiveDon't be so inquisitive. It's none of your business.
120 bleakThe future looks bleak for the fishing industry.
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Words from DAVID COPPERFIELD (大衛•科波菲爾) Series 23 (posted 2018.2.9)
Match MEANING IN CHINESE A-E to WORD 111-115 and check the ANSWER at the bottom to see if you have matched them correctly.
WORDA USE IN SENTENCE
111 chuckleShe chuckled at the memory.
112 tuckShe tucked her hair under her cap.
113 prostrateHe was expecting to find her prostrated by the tragedy.
114 jumbleBooks, shoes and clothes were jumbled together on the floor.
115 strifeThe country was torn apart by strife.
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Words from DAVID COPPERFIELD (大衛•科波菲爾) Series 22 (posted 2017.12.24)
Match MEANING IN CHINESE A-E to WORD 106-110 and check the ANSWER at the bottom to see if you have matched them correctly.
WORDA USE IN SENTENCE
106 assentThere were murmurs of both assent and dissent from the crowd.
107 bluffI don't think he'll shoot - I think he's just bluffing.
108 pygmyHe regarded them as intellectual pygmies.
109 sledgeWe were hoping we could go sledging.
110 vociferousa vociferous critic of the president's stance
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Words from DAVID COPPERFIELD (大衛•科波菲爾) Series 21 (posted 2017.12.24)
Match MEANING IN CHINESE A-E to WORD 101-105 and check the ANSWER at the bottom to see if you have matched them correctly.
WORDA USE IN SENTENCE
101 harassShe claims she has been sexually harassed at work.
102 direSuch action may have dire consequences.
103 nudgeHe nudged me and whispered, "Look who's just come in."
104 simper"You're such a darling," she simpered.
105 prodigiousDVDs can store prodigious amounts of information.
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Words from DAVID COPPERFIELD (大衛•科波菲爾) Series 20 (posted 2017.12.10)
Match MEANING IN CHINESE A-E to WORD 96-100 and check the ANSWER at the bottom to see if you have matched them correctly.
WORDA USE IN SENTENCE
96 evadeShe is trying to evade all responsibility for her behaviour.
97 candour"I don't trust him," he said in a rare moment of candour.
98 disdainfulShe's always been disdainful of people who haven't been to college.
99 exaltedI felt exalted and newly alive.
100 conferHe wanted to confer with his colleagues before reaching a dicision.
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Words from DAVID COPPERFIELD (大衛•科波菲爾) Series 19 (posted 2017.11.29)
Match MEANING IN CHINESE A-E to WORD 91-95 and check the ANSWER at the bottom to see if you have matched them correctly.
WORDA USE IN SENTENCE
91 baitHe baited the trap with a piece of meat.
92 albeitHe finally agreed, albeit reluctantly, to help us.
93 shuffleHe shuffled across the room to the window.
94 mimicShe's always mimicking the teachers.
95 loungeSeveral students were lounging around, reading newspapers.
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Words from DAVID COPPERFIELD (大衛•科波菲爾) Series 18 (posted 2017.11.28)
Match MEANING IN CHINESE A-E to WORD 86-90 and check the ANSWER at the bottom to see if you have matched them correctly.
WORDA USE IN SENTENCE
86 jestWould I jest about such a thing?
87 counterfeitAre you aware these notes are counterfeit?
88 prowlA man was seen prowling around autside the factory just before the fire started.
89 tangibleThe tension between them was almost tangible.
90 uproarHer comments provoked uproar from the audience.
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Words from DAVID COPPERFIELD (大衛•科波菲爾) Series 17 (posted 2017.11.27)
Match MEANING IN CHINESE A-E to WORD 81-85 and check the ANSWER at the bottom to see if you have matched them correctly.
WORDA USE IN SENTENCE
81 unflinchingan unflinching stare
82 tantalizingThe tantalizing aroma of fresh coffee wafted towards them.
83 hoarseHe shouted himself hoarse.
84 flagIt had been a long day and the children were beginning to flag.
85 mirthThe performance produced much mirth among the audience.
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Words from DAVID COPPERFIELD (大衛•科波菲爾) Series 16 (posted 2017.10.31)
Match MEANING IN CHINESE A-E to WORD 76-80 and check the ANSWER at the bottom to see if you have matched them correctly.
WORDA USE IN SENTENCE
76 loomThere was a crisis looming.
77 imploreShe implored him to stay.
78 mortalityAfter her mother's death, she became acutely aware of her own mortality.
79 recompenseThere must be adequate recompense for workers who lose their jobs.
80 ravagesHer looks had not survived the ravages of time.
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Words from DAVID COPPERFIELD (大衛•科波菲爾) Series 15 (posted 2017.9.21)
Match MEANING IN CHINESE A-E to WORD 71-75 and check the ANSWER at the bottom to see if you have matched them correctly.
WORDA USE IN SENTENCE
71 raveThe critics raved about his performance in 'Hamlet'.
72 outlastHe can outlast anyone on the dance floor.
73 reclineShe was reclining on a sofa.
74 writheShe was writhing around on the floor in agony.
75 pretensionThe play mocks the pretensions of the new middle class.
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Words from DAVID COPPERFIELD (大衛•科波菲爾) Series 14 (posted 2017.9.20)
Match MEANING IN CHINESE A-E to WORD 66-70 and check the ANSWER at the bottom to see if you have matched them correctly.
WORDA USE IN SENTENCE
66 boisterousIt was a challenge, keeping ten boisterous seven-year-olds amused.
67 slashSomeone had slashed the tyres on my car.
68 maliciousHe took malicious pleasure in telling me what she had said.
69 corroborateThe evidence was corroborated by two independent witnesses.
70 impositionI'd like to stay if it's not too much of an imposition.
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Words from DAVID COPPERFIELD (大衛•科波菲爾) Series 13 (posted 2017.9.18)
Match MEANING IN CHINESE A-E to WORD 61-65 and check the ANSWER at the bottom to see if you have matched them correctly.
WORDA USE IN SENTENCE
61 ferociousa man driven by ferocious determination
62 flinchHe met my gaze without flinching.
63 blazingShe had a blazing row with Eddie and stormed out of the house.
64 quakeThe ground quaked as the bomb exploded.
65 limpHis hand went limp and the knife clattered to the ground.
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Words from DAVID COPPERFIELD (大衛•科波菲爾) Series 12 (posted 2017.9.13)
Match MEANING IN CHINESE A-E to WORD 56-60 and check the ANSWER at the bottom to see if you have matched them correctly.
WORDA USE IN SENTENCE
56 grimThe house looked grim and dreary in the rain.
57 grinShe grinned amiably at us.
58 peculiaritythe cultural peculiarities of the English
59 stumpI'm stumped. I don't know how they got here before us.
60 sneezeI've been sneezing all morning.
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Words from DAVID COPPERFIELD (大衛•科波菲爾) Series 11 (posted 2017.9.10)
Match MEANING IN CHINESE A-E to WORD 51-55 and check the ANSWER at the bottom to see if you have matched them correctly.
WORDA USE IN SENTENCE
51 perchA robin was perching on the fence.
52 irreparableHer death is an irreparable loss.
53 stupendousstupendous achievements
54 conspicuousMary's red hair always made her conspicuous at school.
55 dreadThis was the moment he had been dreading.
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Words from DAVID COPPERFIELD (大衛•科波菲爾) Series 10 (posted 2017.9.9)
Match MEANING IN CHINESE A-E to WORD 46-50 and check the ANSWER at the bottom to see if you have matched them correctly.
WORDA USE IN SENTENCE
46 coaxingNo amount of coaxing will make me change my mind.
47 stoutHe put up a stout defence in court.
48 forlornShe waited in the forlorn hope that he would one day come back to her.
49 bristleHis lies made her bristle with rage.
50 fustya dark fusty room
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Words from DAVID COPPERFIELD (大衛•科波菲爾) Series 9 (posted 2017.9.7)
Match MEANING IN CHINESE A-E to WORD 41-45 and check the ANSWER at the bottom to see if you have matched them correctly.
WORDA USE IN SENTENCE
41 dismalTheir recent attempt to increase sales has been a dismal failure.
42 utteranceone of her few recorded public utterances
43 snortI could hear the snort and stamp of a horse.
44 giddyWhen I looked down from the top floor, I felt giddy.
45 slantThe sun slanted through the window.
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Words from DAVID COPPERFIELD (大衛•科波菲爾) Series 8 (posted 2017.9.6)
Match MEANING IN CHINESE A-E to WORD 36-40 and check the ANSWER at the bottom to see if you have matched them correctly.
WORDA USE IN SENTENCE
36 tickleThe bigger girls used to chase me and tickle me.
37 dexterityYou need manual dexterity to be good at video games.
38 whoppingThe company made a whopping 75 million dollar loss.
39 fidgetSit still and stop fidgeting!
40 gaspHis breath came in short gasps.
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Words from DAVID COPPERFIELD (大衛•科波菲爾) Series 7 (posted 2017.9.5)
Match MEANING IN CHINESE A-E to WORD 31-35 and check the ANSWER at the bottom to see if you have matched them correctly.
WORDA USE IN SENTENCE
31 slouchSit up straight. Don't slouch.
32 phlegmatica phlegmatic temperament
33 diffidenceShe overcame her natural diffidence and spoke with great frankness.
34 bashfullyShe smiled bashfully.
35 repudiateto repudiate a suggestion
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Words from DAVID COPPERFIELD (大衛•科波菲爾) Series 6 (posted 2017.9.4)
Match MEANING IN CHINESE A-E to WORD 26-30 and check the ANSWER at the bottom to see if you have matched them correctly.
WORDA USE IN SENTENCE
26 scrutinyThe documents should be available for public scrutiny.
27 entailThe job entails a lot of hard work.
28 broilThey lay broiling in the sun.
29 surlya surly youth
30 enactlegislation enacted by parliament
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Words from DAVID COPPERFIELD (大衛•科波菲爾) Series 5 (posted 2017.9.3)
Match MEANING IN CHINESE A-E to WORD 21-25 and check the ANSWER at the bottom to see if you have matched them correctly.
WORDA USE IN SENTENCE
21 atrociousIsn't the weather atrocious?
22 staleAfter ten years in the job, she felt stale and needed a change.
23 convulsiveHer breath came in convulsive gasps.
24 jerkHe grabbed a handful of hair and jerked at it.
25 quenchFiremen tried to quench the flames raging through the building.
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Words from DAVID COPPERFIELD (大衛•科波菲爾) Series 4 (posted 2017.9.2)
Match MEANING IN CHINESE A-E to WORD 16-20 and check the ANSWER at the bottom to see if you have matched them correctly.
WORDA USE IN SENTENCE
16 forebodingShe had a sense of foreboding that the news would be bad.
17 dispositionto have a cheerful disposition
18 confoundShe confounded her critics and proved she could do the job.
19 presideThey asked if I would preside at the committee meeting.
20 captiveThey were taken captive by masked gunmen.
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Words from DAVID COPPERFIELD (大衛•科波菲爾) Series 3 (posted 2017.8.31)
Match MEANING IN CHINESE A-E to WORD 11-15 and check the ANSWER at the bottom to see if you have matched them correctly.
WORDA USE IN SENTENCE
11 aggravateMilitary intervention will only aggravate the conflict even further.
12 wallowShe wallowed in the luxury of the hotel.
13 gapeHe stood yawning, his pyjama jacket gaping open.
14 mutteringThere have been mutterings about his leadership.
15 rashlyShe had rashly promised to lend him the money.
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Words from DAVID COPPERFIELD (大衛•科波菲爾) Series 2 (posted 2017.8.20)
Match MEANING IN CHINESE A-E to WORD 6-10 and check the ANSWER at the bottom to see if you have matched them correctly.
WORDA USE IN SENTENCE
6 tumbleHe slipped and tumbled down the stairs.
7 submissively"You're right and I was wrong," he said submissively.
8 furtiveShe cast a furtive glance over her shoulder.
9 propitiateSacrifices were made to propitiate the gods.
10 rumpleShe rumpled his hair playfully.
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Words from DAVID COPPERFIELD (大衛•科波菲爾) Series 1 (posted 2017.8.17)
Match MEANING IN CHINESE A-E to WORD 1-5 and check the ANSWER at the bottom to see if you have matched them correctly.
WORDA USE IN SENTENCE
1 aspersionsI wouldn't want to cast aspersions on your honesty.
2 relishI don't relish the prospect of getting up early tomorrow.
3 dolefula doleful looking man
4 meanderThe stream meanders slowly down to the sea.
5 sullenBob looked pale and sullen.
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