51. chronic a. 慢性的;严重的
52. circulation n. 循环; 发行(量)>Reader has the largest ~ in China.
53. climax n. 高潮 the ~ of the play
54. cling to v. 紧紧抓住， 依恋;坚持，墨守>The baby clung to his mother./ ~ ....
55. coincidence n. 巧合
56. collaboration n. 合作 in ~ with 57. collide v. 相撞; 冲突 The two opinions ~ with each other.
58. commence v. 开始
59. commute v. 乘车上下班 >I have to ~ between the university town and the downtown area.
60. compact a. 紧凑的, 结实的 a ~ car/office
61. compatible a. 相容的; 兼容的>That husband and wife are very ~.
62. compensate v. 赔偿 >The insurance company ~d the man for his injuries.
63. compile v. 汇编, 编辑 ~ a encyclopedia
64. complement v. 补充，与。。。相配 The music ~s the film well.
65. compliment v. /n. 赞美
66. comply with v. 遵从
67. compulsory a. 必做的 ~ education
68. conceive of v. 构想 I can’t ~ of why he did such a stupid thing!
69. confidential a. 机密的
70. conform to v. 遵守 ~ to the local customs
71. consensus n. 意见一致> If everyone consents to something, they reach a consensus.
72. consequent a. (作为后果) 随之发生的 lack of electricity and the ~ loss in economy
73. conserve v. 保护, If you conserve something, you use it carefully and will not waste it. >In winter some people ~ energy by lowering the heat at night.
74. consolidate v. 巩固
75. conspicuous a. 显眼的 The girl in red in the snow field is very ~.76. contaminate v. 污染 If you ~ something, you make it dirty.
77. contemplate v. 沉思; 凝视 >You must ~ the results of the action.
78. contempt n. 轻视 >Before , Williams held the little known player in contempt.
79. contend v. 主张=assert > The lawyer contends that the man is guilty.
80. contradict v. 相矛盾
81. contrive v. 谋划, 图谋>The terrorists ~d to hijack a plane.
82. converge v. 会合, 聚集 (meet at a common point) The two rivers converge here.
83. cordial a. 热情的
84. corrupt a./v. 腐败的; 腐蚀 ~ officials
85. cozy a. 舒适的 a ~ bedroom
86. counterpart n. 对应的人或物
87. criterion n. 标准 =standard
88. curb v. 控制, 约束=restrain /restrict/> I my curbed my appetite for food.
89. cynical a. 愤世嫉俗的> a ~ young man is a angry young man
90. dazzle v. 眩目;使赞叹不已> The sunlight dazzles me./ Her dance ~d me.
91. deduce v. 推断
92. dedicate v. 献给
93. defendant n. 被告
94. deficiency n. 缺乏, 不足 a vitamin ~ in his diet
95. defy v.(公然) 违抗 The union defied the management and went on a strike.
96. degenerate v. 退化 97. degrade v. 降低身份
98. deprive v. 剥夺 You ~d him of his right to privacy.
99. descendant n. 后代
100. destiny n. 命运=fate
101. destructive a. 破坏性的 The weapon has a great ~ power.