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Power-English3: 词汇教学  

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A

a-board         go aboard

ac-cept-a-ble Your apology is acceptable.

ac-ci-dent   have an accident    a car acident

ac-count      bank account    account for sth.

ac-cu-rate    be accurate at sth.                          correct 

ache              there are aches in…                        pain

a-chieve-(ment)  achieve the goal  a great achievement 

ac-tiv-i-ty     extra-curricular activity

ac-tu-al       actual cost 

ad-di-tion-al  an additional charge                        extra

ad-mire       admire sb. for

ad-mit       admit a student to college  admit one’s guilt  forbid

adopt        adopt sb. as his/her son/daughter

ad-vanced   an advanced civilization    advanced level    forward 

ad-fan-tage  take advantage of  have an advantage over sb.  benefit 

ad-ven-ture  the spirit of adventure

ad-ver-tise(ment)/ad  put an advertisement in newspaper 

ad-vice       advice colum

ad-vise       advise sb. that+动词原形  advise sb. against+Ving

ad-vi-ser/ad-vi-soran adviser on…

af-fect        be affected by…       influence

af-ford        afford to buy sth. 

af-ter-ward(s) died afterwards

ag-ri-cul-ture the Ministry of Agriculture

air-con-di-tion-er turn on/off the air-conditioner

al-ley          alley cat    a long narrow alley

a-maze-(ment) be amazed at sth.  in amazement

am-bas-sa-dor  be appointed ambassador to…   

an exchange of ambassadors        diplomat 

am-bi-tion    a great ambition  sb. be filled with ambition

an-gel    one’s good angel    

an-gle    a right angle    a straight angle    from a different angle  

an-nouce-(ment)announce the result  announce oneself as… declare

Sara: I’m amazed that there is a secret alley here.

Jane: I know! I’ve lived here for ten years and never known there’s a hidden place here.

Sara: How exciting! Maybe we can go on an adventure in here.

Jane: Yeah, let’s explore this place a bit.


a-part        apart from…                        together

ap-par-ent   an apparent change                 obvious

ap-peal      A appeal to B   sth. appeal to sb.

ap-pre-ci-ate be not appreciate

ap-proach    be approaching+年龄

ap-prove     approve the plan    approve of    be officially approved 

a-quar-i-um  go to the aquarium 

a-rith-me-tic  sb.’s arithmetic is poor

ar-riv-al      the arrival of the guests    arrival lobby    new arrivals 

ash           burn to ashes    ashtray   

a-side        stand aside      aside from 

as-sist       assist sb. in Ving         help

ath-lete      athlete’s foot

at-tempt     attempt to    attempt on/at

at-ti-tude    attitude to/about/toward    strike an attitude  

at-tract       be attracted to sb.  attract sb.’s attention

at-trac-tive   attractive to sb.   

au-di-ence   audience rating                      spectator

au-thor      favorite author                        writer

au-to-mat-ic fully automatic

au-to-mo-bile/au-to an automobile engine      car

a-vail-a-ble  sb. be available now 

av-e-nue     the city’s main avenue

av-er-age    an average of two…

a-wake awoke awaked;  awake sb.’s interest    awoke from a sound sleep  

a-wake-en    awaken sb. to a sense of duty

a-ward       be awarded the top prize  a literary award

a-ware       be aware of…

aw-ful        an awful earthquake                   horrible

ax/axe       get the ax

Sara: I love the works of this author. His novels are attractive.

Jane: But I heard that he is an awful person. He’s selfish and mean to people.

Sara: He is? I can’t believe it. He has written so many beautiful stories!

Jane: Yeah, maybe he’s not that bad.


 

1.   They were the last two to go aboard the ship.

2.   Father is the good angel of my family.

3.   The new salesgirl is accurate at figures.

4.   He appeal to me for help.

5.   It was apparent that he was not the suitable person for the position.

6.   Her words awakened John to a sense of duty.

7.   We asked him to assist us in designing a new buldiing.

8.   We are waiting for the arrival of our guests at the airport.

9.   Jason is attracted to the French girl.

10. They didn’t admit the student to the muniversity.

11. There were aches in my foot so I didn’t go to school.

12. Who should account for this fault?

13. He fully takes the advantage of the library in the school.

14. Mr. Jim adopted the orphan as his own son.She admires you for your optimism.


B

back-ground come from an impoverished background  

remain in the background

ba-con          have bacon for breakfast 

bad-ly        A speak badly of B   badly off

bad-min-ton  play badminton

bag-gage    baggage car    baggage room   check the baggage (before boarding the plane)                                   luggage

bait              bait sb. of sth.  

ba-lance     lose sb’s balance    balance the trade  keep balance on…

ban-dage    wrapped a bandage around…

bang  bang at the door    bang the door shut    bang on 

bare          be bare to the waist    be bare of sth.    naked 

bare-ly       be barely of age

barn          barn dance    barn door

bar-rel        an oak barrel    a beer barel

bay           bay leaf   

beam         beamed with joy    greet sb. with a beam of joy

best          the king of beasts

beg-gar     poor beggar

be-have     behave courageously  behave as              act

be-ing       beings from outer space

bel-ly/stom-ach/tum-my  the belly of a ship  crawls on sb’s belly 

be-neath    beneath one’s dignity  be beneath the horizon 

sara: I told my little brother that if he could behave well, I’d teach him how to play badminton.

Jane: How did he react to your proposal?

Sara: He beamed with great joy! He really loves sports.

Jane: Boys will be boys.


ben-e-fit    benefit by/from                           advantage  

ber-ry       gone berring

Bi-ble/bi-ble the bible of child care

bil-lion      billions of

bin-go

bus-cuit    a chocolate biscuit

blame      blame sb. for sth.  take the blame for    accuse

blan-ket    be covered with a blanket of snow

bleed bled bled; bleed badly  bleeds for sb.

bless blessed blessed;  God bless you  be blessed with…

blouse      wear blouse

blod        makea bold try                             brave

boot      get a boot out of   give sb. the order of the boot

bor-der   the border between A and B                  edge

bore       bore for water    bore the pants off         drill

brake      brake the car    put a break on

brass      brass hat    brass band

brav-er-y  show great bravery                         courage

breast     breast milk     breast pocket

breath     be short of breath    take a deep breath

breathe    breatghe a sigh of relief    breathe one’s last

breeze     breeze through  

bride      bride-to-be

bril-liant   a brilliant idea

brook

broom     broomstick

brow(s)    knit one’s brows

bub-ble   bubble gum    bubble bath    bubble economy

buck-et/pail a bucket of water    cry buckets

bud       be in bud                flourish

budg-et   balance one’s budget    budget deficit  keep the budget below

buf-fa-lo

buf-fet     fuffet car

bulb        a tulip bulb

bull        none of your bull

bul-let       bullet-proof  give sb. the bullet

bump      bump into sb.                  bump into sth.

bunch      a bunch of 

bur-den    a heavy burden                ease the burden

bur-glar    burglar alarm

bur-y       bury one’s nose in a book

bush        a bush of hair

buzz        buzzed for sb.

 

Sara: Jane, there is a wet bride standing outside looking for you!

Jane: Really? Let me see. Oh, that’s Mandy! Buzz her in!

Mandy: Hi, Jane! How have you been? Acchool!

Jane: Bless you, Mandy! Why are you wearing a wet wedding dress?

1.     He took a picture of me with the flower in the background.

2.     We had a buffet at the wedding.

3.     She came up with a brilliant idea.

4.     The old woman bent with a heavy burden on her back.

5.     I like playing badminton very much.

6.     He blame you for the neglect of duty.

7.     It’s good to health to take a deep breath in the forest.

8.     He can not keep his balance on the bicycle.

9.     He baited the manager by promises of higher commissions.

10.  It is essential to balance budget.

11.  The bus bumped into the car.

12.  Why does Mary always knit her brows?

13.  He breezed through the entrance exam of university.

14.  David greeted the guests from France with a beam of joy.

15.  She buries her nose in books for the test everyday.

 

 


C

cab-in     cabin boy

cam-pus  campus life

cane      cane sugar

ca-noe    go canoeing

can-yon   Grand Canyon National Park                valley

ca-pa-able be capable of                    able

cap-i-tal   make capital(out) of sth.

cap-ture    the capture of a thief

car-pen-ter carpenter ant

car-riage   first/second-class carriage

cast cast cast;  cast aside;  cast away                      throw

ca-su-al    a casual remark     casual wear

cat-er-pil-lar  caterpillar tractor

cat-tle      a herd of cattle

cel-e-brate  Let’s celebrate!

cen-ti-me-ter

ce-ram-ic    ceramic sensor

chain        chain of

chal-lenge   challenge sb. to a duel

cham-pi-on  a champion swimmer                    victor

change-a-ble

chan-nel     Channel Tunnel

chap-ter     chapter and verse

charm

chat         chat about sth. with sb.

cheek       cheek by jowl(with sb./sth.)

cheer        cheer up

cheer-ful    a cheerful worker

cheese       cheese sb. of

cher-ry      cherry red

chest        get sth. out off one’s head

chew        chewing-gun

child-hood  one’s second childhood

chill         catch a chill

chill-y       chilly politeness

chim-ney    chimney sweep

chip         chip on one’s shoulder

choke       choke down

chop        chop sth. down

cig-a-rette  cigarette butt                      smoke

cir-cus      go to the circus


sara: Please tune in to the classical music channel.

Jane: OK. I didn’t know you would like listening to this kind of music.

Sara: This is my latest hobby. You should listen with me. You’ll be charmed.

Jane: I’ve been in love with classical music since I was a kid.

 

 

civ-il        keep a civil tongue in your head

clas-si-cal   classical music

click         a clicking noise

cli-ent                                customer

clin-ic       attend the clinic

clip          clip sb.’s wings

clue          not have a clue

cock-tail     cocktail party

co-co-nut    coconut milk

col-lar       collar stud

col-le-ction  a collection of                      analects

col-lege     go to college

col-o-ny     a British colony

col-umn     financial column

com-bine    combine A with B                    join

com-fort     comfort station

com-ma

com-mand   at/by sb.’s command  has…command of

com-mer-cial    commercial bank           business

com-mit-tee     committee of the whole

com-mu-ni-cate communicate with

com-par-i-sion  by/in comparison (with sb./sth.)  contrast

com-pete        compete with/against

com-plaint       complaint department

com-plex  

con-cern           concern about

con-cert         concert hall

con-clude       concude to/that                end

con-clu-sion

con-di-tion      have a lung condition

cone

con-fi-dent   be confident of/that                        certain

con-fuse      confue A with B

con-nect      connect with                               link

con-nec-tion  distant connection

con-scious    be conscious of                       aware

con-sid-er-a-ble  a considerable sum

con-sid-er-a-tion  under consideration

con-stant    Constant dropping wears the stone.

con-ti-nent  the Continent

con-tract                           pact

couch          couch potato

count-a-ble    countable noun

cow-ard

cra-dle          cradle-to-grave

crash          crash barrier

crawl          crawl with

cre-a-tive                          imaginative

cre-a-tor       the Creator

crea-ture     creature comforts

cred-it       credit sb. with                faith

creep crep crept;  creep along

crew    crew neck

crick-et

criminal      criminal record

crisp/crisp-y on a crisp fall day

crown        to crown it all              reward

crunchy

crutch        a pair of crutches

cul-tu-ral     Cultural Revolution

cup-board    cupboard love

cur-rent      current affairs             present

cy-cle         go cycling

Sara: Have you been to any of the classical music concerts?

Jane: Of course I have. But I don’t do that anymore.

Sara: Why not? I thought you loved classical music.

Jane: I do. But I prefer watching the concerts on TV while lying on my couch and having crunchy potato chips.

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