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新东方研究生考试词汇12000词:Lesson 19 第一部分

来源:慢速英语   时间:1970-01-01 08:00:00

Part 1

oblige 
vt.迫使,责成
例:The law obliges companies to pay decent wages to their employees.
法律强制公司向其员工支付合理的工资。

obliterate
vt.涂掉,擦掉
例:I am willing to forgive you,but I can never obliterate from my mind the memory of your dishonesty.
我愿意原谅你,但我永远无法从脑海中抹去关于你不诚实的记忆。

obsession
n.入迷;固执的念头
例:Fear of falling victim to some dreadful disease can become such an obsession that it actually drives a person into a nervous breakdown.
对于染上某些严重疾病的担忧可能成为一种强迫症,实际上会让一个人精神崩溃。

obstinate
adj.倔强的,顽固的
例:The negotiations were useless because of the obstinate thinking between the countries' two leaders.
由于两国领导人固执的想法,谈判没有任何用处。

occasional
adj.偶然的;临时的
例:Except for an occasional hiker,this wilderness is unpopulated.
除了偶尔会有徒步旅行者外,这片荒地人烟稀少。

occupation
n.职业
例:His occupation as a dentist earned him a decent living.
牙科医生的职业让他过上了体面的生活。

offshore
adj.离岸的,海面上的
例:The offshore boats were told about the coming storm and advised to return to shore.
离岸船只被告知暴风雨即将来临,并收到建议返回岸边。

olfactory
adj.嗅觉的
例:The human olfactory organ is the nose.
人类的嗅觉器官是鼻子。         

ongoing
adj.正在进行的
例:The development of this drug has been an ongoing project which is expected to be complete at the end of next year.
开发这种药物的项目一直都在进行,预计将在明年年底结束。

onset
n.发作 ;开始
例:The onset of arthritis stopped the old lady from using the stairs.
关节炎发作,那名老太太无法爬楼梯。