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英语六级核心词汇分析1

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    abon vt.放弃, 遗弃 (90-6, 91-6,92-1,93-1,95-1, 95-6,98-6,99-6,02-6,05-1,06-12,07-6)

    After driving many of the animals around them to near extinction, people were forced to abon their old way of life for a radically new survival strategy that resulted in widespread starvation disease. (02-6)

    abnormal adj反常的, 变态的

    Various efforts have been made over the centuries to predict earthquakes, including observing lights in the sky abnormal animal behavior.(06年6月17日真题)

    几个世纪以来,人们尽了很大努力预测地震,包括观察天空的光亮以及动物的反常行为。

    abrupt adj.突然的, 意想不到的;

    That long airplane ride, the abrupt change of climate, was more than she could take. (05,1)

    长时间乘坐飞机,以及突变的气候都是她难以承受的。

    absence n.缺席 (93-6,00-1,01-1,06-6来源:上考试大网校,考试轻松过关

    Those who recognize problems as a human condition don’t measure happiness by an absence of problems are the most intelligent kind of humans we know; also, the most rare. (01-1)

    absolute adj.绝对的;完全的;(93-6,95-6,96-6,01-6,02-6(原型),03-9,05-1,07-6

    absorb vt. 吸收(液体);(90-1,92-6,96-1,97-6,98-1,99-1,00-1)

    The club will absorb new members the first week in September. (02-1)

    abstract n. 摘要, 概要, 抽象(90-6,00-6,01-1,03-6)

    At the top of the list is the notion that intelligence is measured by your ability to solve complex problems; to read, write compute at certain levels; to resolve abstract equations quickly. (01-1)

    abundance n. 丰富, 充裕, 丰富充裕(91-6,01-1,05-12,06-12)

    in aboundance 充足,丰富 abundant adj.

    From science to Shakespeare, excellent television video programs are available in abundance to teacher.(06年12月)

    accelerate v. 加速(99-1,02-6)

    Hill slopes are cleared of forests to make way for crops, but this only accelerates the crisis. (02-12)

    access n. 通路, 访问, 入门

    access to 通往…的道路 have access to 有机会,有权利享用或接近

    The people living in these apartments have free access to that swimming pool. (97-1)

    accompany v. 陪伴, 伴奏 (01-6,05-12)

    accomplishment n. 成就, 完成, 实现, 达到(93-1,98-1,04-6)

    accurate adj.正确的, 精确的

    Weather forecast is getting more accurate today. 现在,天气预报越来越准确了。

    accuse v. 控告, 谴责, 非难(96-1,98-6,02-6,03-9,05-1,05-6,06-6)

    The police accused him of setting fire to the building but the denied having been in the area on the night of the fire. (96-1)

    accuse sb. of doing sth. 指控某人

    accustom v.使习惯于 (98-1,01-6,02-6,03-9,05-1,05-12)

    be accustomed to sth. /doing sth. 习惯(做)某事

    After only two days in the river, people accustomed to being spoiled indulged had become a team, working together to cope with the unpredictable twists turns of the river. (98-1)

    achieve v. 完成, 达到(90-6,92-1,93-1,94-1,95-1,97-1,97-6,98-1,98-6,00-1,00-6,01-1,04-6,06-6)

    In one study of 400 adults who had achieved distinction in all areas of life, researchers found that three-fifths of these individuals either did badly in school or were unhappy in school.(04-6)

    acknowledge v.承认, 答谢, 报偿

    Professor Hawking is acknowledged as one of the world’s greatest living physicists.(02年6月)霍金教授被认为是当今世界最伟大的物理学家之一。

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