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  • 【dam】a wall built across a river to hold back flowing water.^水坝,障碍
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  • The dam burst after a week of rain.^下了一周雨之后,大坝崩溃了。
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  • 【damage】1、to cause injury or destruction; 2、harm; 3、hurt or injury, usually to things.^损伤;伤害;损害
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  • The boy damaged his toys by throwing them against the wall.^那男孩对着墙扔他的玩具因而弄坏了它们。
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  • The storm caused a lot of damage to crops.^暴风雨给农作物带来很大的破坏。/damage to crops:危害作物/
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  • Hitting the tree did serious damage to my car.^撞上一棵树,我的车受到严重损害。/do damage to:损害,破坏/
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  • 【dance】1、to move the body and feet to music; 2、a series of steps, usually to music.^跳舞;舞蹈
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  • Will you dance with me?^你能和我一起跳个舞吗?
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  • Do you know how to do the chicken dance?^你知道怎样跳小鸡舞吗?
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  • 【danger】a strong chance of suffering injury, damage or loss.^危险
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  • Some people enjoy the danger of rock climbing or sky diving.^有些人喜爱攀登悬崖的冒险和尽量延缓张伞的跳伞运动。
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  • 【dark】having little or no light.^黑暗
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  • The room was dark.^屋里黑漆漆的。
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  • 【date】a day, month and year.^日期
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  • Today's date is September 10, 2000.^今天的日期是2000年9月10日。
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  • 【daughter】a person's female child.^女儿
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  • Tommy is going to the movies with Helen's daughter.^汤姆打算和海伦的女儿一起去看电影。
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  • 【day】1、twenty-four hours; 2、the hours of sunlight.^一天;白天
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  • I plan to be away from home for ten days.^我计划离开家10天。/away from:远离/
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  • Alan works at night and sleeps during the day.^艾伦夜里工作,白天睡觉。
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  • 【dead】not living.^死的
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  • The number of dead and injured in the rioting is not yet known.^在那次暴动中死亡和受伤的人数还不知道。
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  • 【deaf】not able to hear.^聋的
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  • The deaf man could not hear what you said.^那个聋的人不能听到你说什么。
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  • 【deal】1、to have to do with; 2、to buy or sell.^处理;买或卖
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  • The talks will deal with the problem of pollution.^会谈将要处理污染问题。
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  • Her company deals in plastic.^她的公司经营塑料。/deal in:买卖, 经营/
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  • 【debate】1、to argue for or against something; 2、a public discussion or argument.^辩论;公开辩论或讨论
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  • The two candidates debated for one and a half hours on nationwide television.^两个候选人在全国(性的)电视上辩论一个半小时。
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  • Which candidate do you think won the debate?^你认为哪个参赛选手会赢得这场辩论?
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  • 【debt】1、something that is owed; 2、the condition of owing.^债务;欠债
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  • The bank will want a list of all your debts before it considers your loan request.^银行希望在考虑你的贷款申请前得到一张你的全部债务清单。
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  • I owe a great debt to my family for all they did for me.^我因全家人为我做的一切而欠他们很多。
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  • 【decide】1、to choose; 2、to settle; 3、to judge.^选择,决定;安排;判决
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  • Which of the two books did you decide to read?^你决定读两本书中的哪本?
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  • Jay and I agreed that we would decide our dispute.^杰伊和我同意解决我们的争论。
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  • The judge decided that the accused man was not guilty.^法官判决被告人无罪。/the accused:被告/
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  • 【declare】1、to say; 2、to make a statement.^说;声明,宣布
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  • Jane declared that she never wanted to see him again.^简说她永远不想再见到她了。
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  • The United States declared its independence from Britain on July 4, 1776.^美国1776年7月4日宣布它脱离英国独立。
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  • 【decrease】to make less in size or amount.^减少
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  • Technology helped the farmer to decrease his use of electricity.^科技帮助农场主减少了对电的使用。
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  • 【deep】1、going far down; 2、a long way from top to bottom.^深的,纵深的
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  • The diver went deep into the ocean.^潜水员潜入海洋(深处)。
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  • The ocean was very deep where the ship went down.^轮船驶过的是深深的大海。/轮船下沉的地方是深深的大海
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  • 【defeat】to cause to lose in a battle or struggle; 2、a loss; 3、the condition of having lost.^战胜;挫折;失败
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  • The House of Representatives defeated the President's request for more money for health care.^众议院挫败了总统的为医保作更大投入的请求。/House of Representatives:(美国、澳大利亚等国的)众议院/
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  • It was the first defeat for the White House on health care spending.^在医保开销上白宫首次失败。/health care:卫生保健,医保/
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  • The defeat kills efforts to expand the health care system.^这次失败使得扩展医保制度的成果泡汤。
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  • 【defend】1、to guard or fight against attack; 2、to protect.^捍卫;辩护
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  • The soldiers fought hard to defend the city from the invaders.^士兵们浴血奋战,保卫他们的城市,不让侵略者攻进来。
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  • How can you defend what he did?^你怎么为他的所作所为辩护?
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  • 【deficit】a shortage that results when spending is greater than earnings, or imports are greater than exports.^赤字
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  • The President and the Congress worked together to reduce the budget deficit.^总统和国会共同致力于降低预算赤字。/budget deficit:预算赤字/
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  • 【define】1、to give the meaning of; 2、to explain.^定义;解释
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  • Today, I want you to define all the words on this list.^今天,我想要你定义(解释)这张列表上列出的词语。
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  • Please define how the new system will work.^请解释这个新制度(系统)是如何运作的。
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  • 【degree】a measure of temperature.^度
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  • The temperature outside is two degrees, Celsius.^外面的温度是2摄氏度。
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  • 【delay】1、to decide to do something at a later time; 2、to postpone; 3、to cause to be late.^推迟;延期;耽搁
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  • Let us delay dinner until we finish this work.^让我们把晚饭延迟到把工作完成。
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  • The meeting will be delayed until ten o'clock tomorrow morning.^会议将延期到明天上午10点整。
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  • The snowstorm delayed my arrival.^暴风雪使我迟到。
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  • 【delegate】1、one sent to act for another; 2、one who represents another.^代理;代表
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  • The President named the Vice President to be his chief delegate at the trade talks.^总统任命副总统为他的首席代表参加商贸谈判。/chief delegate:首席代表/
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  • The elected state assembly in Virginia is called the House of Delegates.^维吉尼亚州选出的州议会叫做州参议院。/House of Delegates:〈美〉州参议院/
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  • 【demand】1、to ask by ordering; 2、to ask with force.^命令;用武力命令
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  • His wife demanded that he paint the windows.^他太太命令他漆窗户。
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  • The law demands that we pay our taxes on time.^法律要求我们按时纳税。
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  • 【democracy】the system of government in which citizens vote to choose leaders or to make other important decisions.^民主
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  • The United States has been a representative democracy for more than two hundred years.^美国作为一个代议民主制国家已经200多年了。
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  • 【demonstrate】1、to make a public show of opinions or feelings; 2、to explain by using examples.^示威;示范,说明
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  • The crowd demonstrated in support of human rights.^群众示威游行支持人权。
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  • The teacher demonstrated the idea with an experiment.^老师作了个实验说明这个观点。
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  • 【denounce】1、to accuse of being wrong or evil; 2、to criticize severely.^指控,谴责;严厉批评
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  • The war crimes court denounced the general for murder and other evil acts.^战争罪行法庭指控那位将军犯有谋杀罪和其他邪恶的罪行。
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  • The candidate denounced the newspaper report about his arrest.^候选人严厉批评有关他被逮捕的新闻报道。
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  • 【deny】1、to declare that something is not true; 2、to refuse a request.^否认;拒绝
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  • The mayor denied the report that he had taken illegal payments.^市长否认他收取非法酬劳的报道。
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  • The appeals court denied the woman's request for a new trial.^上诉法院拒绝了那位妇女的重申请求。
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  • 【depend】to need help and support.^依靠,取决于
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  • I depend on my friends for emotional support.^我依靠朋友获得情感支持。
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  • 【deplore】1、to regret strongly; 2、to express sadness.^非常遗憾;悲痛
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  • The United Nations deplored the latest violence in the Middle East.^联合国对中东地区最近的暴力深表遗憾。
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  • The President deplored the deaths in the ship explosion.^总统对于轮船爆炸造成的人员死亡深表悲痛。
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  • 【deploy】to move forces or weapons into positions for action.^部署,配置
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  • The general deployed his forces along the border.^将军把他的部队部署在边境线上。
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  • 【depression】1、severe unhappiness; 2、a period of reduced business and economic activity during which many people lose their jobs.^沮丧,抑郁;萧条
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  • The doctor gave her medicine for her depression.^医生给了她治她忧郁症的药。
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  • The latest economic depression in the United States happened a long time ago.^美国最后那次经济大萧条发生在很久以前。
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  • 【describe】1、to give a word picture of something; 2、to give details of something.^描述;详细叙述
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  • The young man described his home in the desert.^那个年轻人描述他在沙漠里的家。
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  • The report described how the problem developed.^报告书详细叙述了问题是如何揭露出来的。
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  • 【desert】a dry area of land.^沙漠
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  • Survival is difficult in the hot, dry desert.^在炎热干旱的沙漠里生存是很困难的。
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  • 【design】to plan or create plans for.^设计
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  • An architect designed my new home.^一个建筑师设计了我的新房子。
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  • 【desire】1、to want very much; 2、to wish for.^渴望;希望
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  • After traveling for two weeks, Jim very much desired a meal cooked at home.^经过两周旅行之后,吉姆非常想吃一顿在家里煮的饭菜。
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  • If you could have anything you wanted, what would you desire?^如果你能要你想要的任何东西,你会想要什么?
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  • 【destroy】1、to break into pieces; 2、to end the existence of.^打碎;消灭,使不存在
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  • The earthquake destroyed many houses.^地震毁掉了许多房子。
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  • His actions destroyed any trust between them.^他的行为破坏了他们之间的一些信任。
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  • 【detail】1、a small part of something; 2、a small piece of information.^局部;细节,详情
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  • Lisa decided every detail of her wedding.^莉萨决定她婚礼的每个细节。
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  • I want to hear every detail of your story.^我想要听你的故事的详情。
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  • 【develop】1、to grow; 2、to create; 3、to experience progress.^成长,发育;开发;发展
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  • He is developing into a fine young man.^他正成长为一个杰出的青年。
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  • The professor developed a new way to teach English.^教授研究出一种新的英语教学方式。
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  • The country needed many years to develop an industrial economy.^那个国家需要很多年发展工业经济。/industrial economy:工业经济/
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  • 【device】a piece of equipment made for a special purpose.^装置,设备
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  • The microwave cooker is a device I use every day.^微波炉是我每天都用的一个设备。
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  • 【dictator】a ruler with complete power.^独裁者
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  • The people of Yugoslavia forced the dictator from power.^南斯拉夫的人民用武力把独裁者赶下了台。
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  • 【die】1、to become dead; 2、to stop living; 3、to end.^死;渐渐死去;结束
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  • If you touch that wire you will die.^如果你接触那根电线你就会死。
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  • The river died slowly as pollution increased.^当污染增加时,河流缓慢失去活力。
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  • All hope died when the prison gate closed.^监狱大门一关上,一切希望都没了。
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  • 【diet】usual daily food and drink.^每天通常吃的食物
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  • The doctor ordered a special diet to help him lose weight.^医生开了一张特别的食物单子帮他减肥。
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  • 【different】not the same.^不同的
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  • His clothes are different from mine.^他的衣服跟我的不同。/be different from:与...不同/
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  • 【difficult】1、not easy; 2、hard to do, make or carry out.^不容易;难做的,难执行的
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  • Keith was a difficult child.^凯思是一个难相处的孩子。
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  • Building a boat is a difficult job.^造船是一件苦差。
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  • 【dig】to make a hole in the ground.^挖,掘
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  • Dig here and you will find water.^在这里挖下去就可以找到水。
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  • 【dinner】1、the main amount of food eaten at a usual time; 2、a special event that includes food.^正餐;宴会
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  • The family had its dinner at noon.^那一家子在中午吃正餐。
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  • The official dinner took place at the White House.^官方的宴会在白宫进行。/take place:发生,举行/
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  • 【diplomat】a person who represents his or her government in dealing with another government.^外交官
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  • Most foreign diplomats live in the Washington area.^大多数(外国)外交官居住在华盛顿地区。
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  • 【direct】1、to lead; 2、to aim or show the way;3、straight to something; 4、not through some other person or thing.^领导;引导;直接的;笔直的
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  • The mayor directs all city agencies.^市长领导市属的全部机构。
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  • He directed me to the theater.^他把我引到剧场。
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  • The most direct way to Annapolis is Highway 50.^去安纳波利斯的最直接的路是50号高速公路。
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  • The path is direct.^这条道路是径直的。
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  • 【direction】1、the way (east, west, north, south); 2、where someone or something came from or went to.^方向;方面
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  • North is the opposite direction from south.^北是南的相对方向。
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  • The cold wind is coming from that direction.^冷风从那个方向吹来。
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  • 【dirt】earth or soil.^尘,土
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  • Little children enjoy playing in the dirt.^小孩子喜爱在泥土里玩。
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  • 【disappear】1、to become unseen; 2、to no longer exist.^看不见;消失,消逝
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  • His dog disappears when it is time for a bath.^到洗澡的时间了,他的狗却不见了。
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  • Dinosaurs disappeared a long time ago.^恐龙很久以前就消失了。
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  • 【disarm】1、to take away weapons; 2、to no longer keep weapons; 3、to make a bomb harmless by removing its exploding device.^解除武装;放弃武装;拆除炸弹
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  • The policeman disarmed the gunman.^警官解除了那个持枪歹徒的武装。
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  • Some smaller countries have disarmed.^一些小国家已裁军。/有些小国家放弃了武装。
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  • Explosives experts often can disarm bombs.^爆破专家通常能够拆除炸弹。
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  • 【discover】to find or learn something.^发现
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  • Scientists have discovered cures for many kinds of cancer.^科学家找到了许多癌症的治疗方法。
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  • 【discuss】1、to talk about; 2、to exchange ideas.^讨论;交流思想
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  • We can discuss anything you wish.^我们可以讨论你希望讨论的任何事情。
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  • The two presidents discussed trade and other economic issues.^两位总统讨论了贸易和其他经济问题。
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  • 【disease】a sickness in living things, often caused by viruses, germs or bacteria.^疾病,弊病
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  • Modern medicines have made some diseases disappear.^现代医学已经使一些疾病消失了。
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  • 【dismiss】1、to send away; 2、to refuse to consider.^免职;不理会,不考虑
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  • The scientist was dismissed for copying secret information about nuclear weapons.^那个科学家因为复制了有关核武器的机密情报被免职了。/dismiss for:因...而解雇或开除(某人)/
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  • The senators dismissed any idea of campaign finance reform.^参议员对于竞选资金筹措改革的任何建议都不考虑。
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  • 【dispute】1、to oppose strongly by argument; 2、an angry debate.^争论,辩论;争吵
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  • The two nations disputed where the border between them should be.^两国就彼此间的边界线争吵。
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  • The United Nations helped settle the border dispute.^联合国帮助解决边界争端。
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  • 【dissident】a person who strongly disagrees with his or her government.^持不同政见者
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  • The three dissidents were sentenced to long prison terms.^三个持不同政见者被判长期监禁。/prison term:刑期/
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  • 【distance】the amount of space between two places or objects.^距离
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  • The distance from my house to your house is two kilometers.^从我的房子到你的房子的距离是二千米。
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  • 【dive】to jump into water head first.^跳水,潜水
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  • He dived into the river and swam to the screaming child.^他跳进河中,游向那个尖叫的孩子。
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  • 【divide】to separate into two or more parts.^划分,分开
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  • She divided the food into four equal amounts.^她把食物分成四等份。
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  • 【do】1、to act; 2、to make an effort.^做,努力
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  • I did the job exactly as ordered.^我已严格遵命行事。
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  • He did the best that he could do.^他已尽力做得最好。
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  • 【doctor】a person trained in medicine to treat sick people.^医生
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