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  • 【I】the person speaking.^我
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  • I am glad to meet you.^我很高兴见到你。
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  • 【ice】frozen water.^冰
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  • Would you like more ice in your drink?^你喜欢在饮料里多加点冰吗?
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  • 【idea】1、a thought or picture in the mind; 2、a belief.^想法,意见;信念
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  • He liked your ideas for the party.^他喜欢你举办聚会的那些想法。
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  • His ideas about religion are very strange.^他的宗教信念非常古怪。
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  • 【identify】to recognize someone or something and to say who or what they are.^识别,鉴别
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  • Can you identify the man you saw with the victim?^你能识别你看到的那个和受害人在一起的男人吗?
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  • 【if】1、on condition; 2、provided that.^假设;如果
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  • I will go only if you go.^只有你去我才去。/ I will go if you go.^如果你去我就去。
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  • 【illegal】1、not legal; 2、in violation of a law.^非法或不合法的;犯法的
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  • His friend was an illegal visitor to this country.^他的朋友是一个非法入境者。
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  • The judge said throwing waste paper from the car was an illegal act.^法官说从车内向外扔垃圾是犯法的行为。
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  • 【imagine】1、to make a picture in the mind; 2、to form an idea.^想象;设想
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  • I can imagine how pleased she was with the gift.^我可以想象到她多么喜欢这个礼物。
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  • She said she could imagine several ways to correct the problem.^她说她可以设想几种纠正问题的方法。
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  • 【immediate】1、without delay; 2、very near in time or place.^直接,立即;临近
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  • The emergency required immediate action.^紧急事件要求立刻采取行动。
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  • The officer ordered his men to search the immediate area.^指挥官命令手下搜索临近地区。
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  • 【import】1、to bring from another country; 2、something brought from another country, usually for sale.^进口
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  • This candy was imported from Germany.^这种糖是从德国进口的。
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  • The report said imports were increasing but exports were lower.^报告说,进口不断增长,但出口却下降了(更低了)。
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  • 【important】having great meaning, value or power.^重要的
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  • She is an important member of Congress.^她是国会的重要议员。/member of Congress:〈美〉国会众议院议员/
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  • 【improve】1、to make better; 2、to become better.^改进;改善
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  • He improved the company's earnings.^他改善了公司的收益。
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  • The company's earnings improved.^公司的收益得到改善。
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  • 【in】1、inside; 2、held by; 3、contained by; 4、surrounded by; 5、during.^在...之内;在里面的;在...期间
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  • The food is in the ice box.^食物在冰箱里。
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  • What do you have in your hand?^你手里拿着什么?
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  • The good wine is in that bottle.^好酒在那个瓶子里。
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  • Did you get wet in the storm?^你被暴风雨淋湿了吗?
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  • He heard the child crying in the night.^他那天晚上听见小孩哭。
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  • 【incident】an event or something that happens.^事件,事变
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  • The incident did not affect her performance.^那个事件没有影响她的表演(演奏)。
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  • 【incite】to urge or cause an action or emotion, usually something bad or violent.^刺激,煽动
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  • The speaker incited the riot.^演讲人煽动了那场暴乱。
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  • 【include】1、to have; 2、to make a part of.^包括;包含
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  • That price includes sales tax.^价格包括销售税。
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  • Please include Mary on the list of speakers.^请把玛丽列入在演讲者名单中。
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  • 【increase】to make more in size or amount.^增加
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  • The runner increased his speed near the finish line.^赛跑选手在接近终点线时加快了速度。
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  • 【independent】1、not influenced by or controlled by another or others; 2、free; 3、separate.^独立的;自主的;不受影响或控制的
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  • An independent investigator found no evidence of wrongdoing.^独立调查员没有发现犯罪的证据。
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  • He was an independent thinker.^他是一个独立的思想家。
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  • The 13 American colonies declared that they were independent from Britain.^美国13个殖民地宣布它们独立于英国。
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  • 【individual】one person.^个人;个人的
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  • He wrote about protecting the legal rights of the individual.^他写文章谈保护个人的法定权力。
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  • 【industry】1、any business that produces goods or provides services; 2、the work and related activity in factories and offices; 3、all organizations involved in manufacturing.^行业;工业;工业组织
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  • She works in the travel industry.^她在旅游业工作。
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  • Industry began slowing down in the final months of 2000.^工业在2000年最后几个月开始滑坡。/slow down:(使)慢下来/
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  • He believes the labor unions and industry will reach early agreement on their differences.^他相信工会和产业界可以就彼此间的分歧(争论)及早达成协议。/labor union:工会/
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  • 【infect】to make sick with something that causes disease.^传染,感染
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  • A biological weapon could infect millions of people with a deadly disease.^生物武器可以让数百万人感染致命疾病。/biological weapon:生物武器/
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  • 【inflation】a continuing rise in prices while the value of money goes down.^通货膨胀
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  • Federal banking officials were able to keep inflation from rising.^联邦(政府的)银行业务官员能够防止通货膨胀上升。
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  • 【influence】1、to have an effect on someone or something; 2、to cause change.^影响;改变
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  • The strong economy did not influence voters to keep the party in power.^强盛的经济没有影响到投票者(选民)们要继续把那个政党留在台上。/in power:当权的,在朝的/
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  • What influenced your decision to change jobs?^是什么影响了你改变工作的决定?/change jobs:调动工作/
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  • 【inform】1、to tell; 2、to give knowledge to.^告诉;告知
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  • Please inform me when you leave the office.^你离开办公室(事务所)的时候请告诉我。
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  • I informed her about what happened.^我把发生的情况告知了她。/inform about:将...告知(某人)/
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  • 【information】1、knowledge; 2、facts.^知识;信息;情况
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  • He got the information from several books.^他从几本书中得到这一知识。
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  • He asked for information about his family.^她询问有关他家的情况。
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  • 【inject】to force a fluid into, such as putting medicine or drugs into the body through the skin.^注射,注入
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  • The doctor injected the painkiller into his shoulder.^医生在他的肩膀注射止痛剂(打止痛针)。
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  • 【injure】to cause harm or damage to a person or animal.^伤害(人或动物)
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  • The mail carrier was injured by an angry dog.^邮递员被一条发怒的狗弄伤了。。/mail carrier:<美>邮递员/
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  • 【innocent】1、not guilty of a crime; 2、not responsible for a bad action.^无罪的;清白的
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  • The court found that she was innocent of all charges.^法庭判决她无罪,全部指控均不成立。
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  • The woman said her innocent dog never bit anyone.^那位妇女说她的无辜(天真)的狗不会咬任何人。
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  • 【insane】mentally sick.^患精神病的;极蠢的
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  • How does your country treat insane people?^你们国家如何治疗患精神病的人?
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  • 【insect】a very small creature, usually with many legs and sometimes with wings.^昆虫
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  • Flying insects attacked them as soon as they went into the forest.^他们刚走进森林,就遭到飞虫的袭击。
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  • 【inspect】1、to look at something carefully; 2、to examine, especially by an expert.^检查,视察
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  • He inspected his fingers for dirt.^他检查自己的手指看看有没有污垢。
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  • The policeman inspected her car for damage.^警察察看了她的车子的损坏情况。
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  • 【instead】1、in the place of; 2、taking the place of.^代替
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  • She chose you instead of me.^她选择了你而不是我。/instead of:(用...)代替...,(是...)而不是.../
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  • He planned to go to a movie but decided to stay home instead.^他计划去看电影,但决定还是留在家里。
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  • 【instrument】a tool or device designed to do something or to make something.^工具,仪器
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  • The spacecraft carried instruments to examine the surface of Mars.^宇宙飞船运载了检测火星表面的的仪器。
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  • 【insult】to say something or to do something that makes another person angry or dishonored.^侮辱,凌辱
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  • He insulted her by arriving very late at her party.^他以很迟才到场参加她举办的聚会来羞辱她。
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  • 【intelligence】1、the ability to think or learn; 2、information gathered by spying.^智力;(侦察所得)情报
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  • The research project required scientists with great intelligence.^这个科研目需要有高智商的科学家。
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  • The agency collected much intelligence about planned terrorist attacks.^这家机构收集了许多有关恐怖袭击(计划)的情报。
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  • 【intelligent】quick to understand or learn.^聪明的
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  • The boy was so intelligent that he began university studies at the age of twelve.^那个男孩子很聪明,十二岁时就开始读大学了。
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  • 【intense】1、very strong; 2、extremely serious.^强烈的;非常认真的
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  • Security was intense during the President's visit.^总统访问期间保安非常严密。
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  • Learning the language required intense study.^学习语言需要非常认真的研究。
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  • 【interest】1、what is important to someone; 2、a share in owning a business; 3、money paid for the use of money borrowed.^兴趣;股权;利息
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  • He acted to protect his interests.^他行动起来保护自己的利益。
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  • She had a great interest in painting.^她对绘画有很大兴趣。/interest in:对...有兴趣/
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  • My father holds an interest in several businesses.^我父亲在几家公司都有股权。
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  • The bank approved his loan, but it wanted him to pay 15 percent in interest each year.^银行批准了他的贷款,但是要求他每年付15%的利息。
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  • 【interfere】1、to get in the way of; 2、to work against; 3、to take part in the activities of others, especially when not asked to do so.^干涉;妨碍;插手
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  • He did not win the race because another boat interfered by turning in front of his boat.^他没赢得比赛,因为另一艘船在他的船的前面转向,干扰了他。
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  • The snowstorm interfered with our plans to climb the mountain.^暴风雪妨碍了我们的登山计划。
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  • Joanne asked her father not to interfere in her dispute with Bryan.^乔安尼求她父亲不要插手她与布莱恩的争吵。/interfere in:干涉,干预/
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  • 【international】1、of or about more than one nation or many nations; 2、of the whole world.^国际性的;世界的
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  • The international conference of South American leaders has opened in Quito.^南美洲国家领导人的国际会议在基多(厄瓜多尔首都)召开。
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  • The information is in the report on international trade.^这则资料见于那份国际贸易报告。/international trade:国际贸易/
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  • 【intervene】1、to come between; 2、to come between in order to settle or solve.^干涉,干预,介入
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  • The police intervened before any shots were fired.^警察在开枪射击之前介入。
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  • The President urged the United Nations to intervene in the border dispute.^总统敦促联合国调停边界争端。/intervene in:插手,干预/
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  • 【invade】to enter an area or country by force with an army.^侵略,进攻
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  • Allied forces in England invaded the Normandy area of France in 1944.^英国盟军在1944年进攻法国诺曼底地区。/allied forces:盟军,联军/
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  • 【invent】1、to plan and make something never made before; 2、to create a new thing or way of doing something.^发明
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  • Did Henry Ford invent the automobile?^亨利.福特发明了汽车吗?
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  • Did Henry Ford invent a new way to build cars?^亨利.福特发明了制造汽车的新方法吗?
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  • 【invest】to give money to a business or organization with the hope of making more money.^投资
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  • George asked his friends to invest in his new oil company.^乔治请朋友们到他的新石油公司投资。
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  • 【investigate】1、to study or examine all information about an event, situation or charge; 2、to search for the truth.^调查;研究
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  • Civil rights leaders asked the federal government to investigate voting problems in some parts of Florida.^民权领导人请求联邦政府调查佛罗里达州部分地区的投票问题。
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  • Congress is investigating the president's relationship with a young woman.^国会正在调查总统与一位年轻妇女的关系。
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  • 【invite】to ask someone to take part in or join an event, organization or gathering.^邀请
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  • Jason invited Candy to his party.^詹森邀请甘迪参加他举办的聚会。
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  • 【involve】1、to take part in; 2、to become a part of; 3、to include.^参加,从事;成为一部分;包括
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  • He has been involved in drama for many years.^他从事戏剧表演多年。/be involved in:涉及,专心从事/
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  • She became completely involved with her new family.^她彻底地成为她新家庭的一员。
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  • The project involved thousands of people.^这个项目包括了数以千计的人们。
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  • 【iron】a strong, hard metal used to make machines and tools.^铁
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  • People have been making tools of iron for about 2,800 years.^大约2,800多年来人们一直用铁制造工具。/make of:用...做成,理解,明白/
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  • 【island】a land area with water all around it.^岛,岛屿
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  • Ken lived on several different islands in the South Pacific Ocean.^肯恩在南太平洋几个不同的岛屿上住过。
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  • 【issue】an important problem or subject that people are discussing or arguing about.^重大问题,议题
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  • Campaign finance reform was the most important issue in the election campaign.^竞选运动的财政改革是选举运动中最重要的问题。
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  • 【it】a thing, place, event or idea that is being spoken about.^它
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  • The sky is blue, but it also has a few white clouds.^天空蓝蓝的,但也有几朵白云。
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  • 【I】the person speaking.^我
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  • I am glad to meet you.^我很高兴见到你。
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  • 【ice】frozen water.^冰
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  • Would you like more ice in your drink?^你喜欢在饮料里多加点冰吗?
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  • 【idea】1、a thought or picture in the mind; 2、a belief.^想法,意见;信念
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  • He liked your ideas for the party.^他喜欢你举办聚会的那些想法。
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  • His ideas about religion are very strange.^他的宗教信念非常古怪。
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  • 【identify】to recognize someone or something and to say who or what they are.^识别,鉴别
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  • Can you identify the man you saw with the victim?^你能识别你看到的那个和受害人在一起的男人吗?
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  • 【if】1、on condition; 2、provided that.^假设;如果
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  • I will go only if you go.^只有你去我才去。/ I will go if you go.^如果你去我就去。
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  • 【illegal】1、not legal; 2、in violation of a law.^非法或不合法的;犯法的
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  • His friend was an illegal visitor to this country.^他的朋友是一个非法入境者。
  • 14
  • The judge said throwing waste paper from the car was an illegal act.^法官说从车内向外扔垃圾是犯法的行为。
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  • 【imagine】1、to make a picture in the mind; 2、to form an idea.^想象;设想
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  • I can imagine how pleased she was with the gift.^我可以想象到她多么喜欢这个礼物。
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  • She said she could imagine several ways to correct the problem.^她说她可以设想几种纠正问题的方法。
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  • 【immediate】1、without delay; 2、very near in time or place.^直接,立即;临近
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  • The emergency required immediate action.^紧急事件要求立刻采取行动。
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  • The officer ordered his men to search the immediate area.^指挥官命令手下搜索临近地区。
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  • 【import】1、to bring from another country; 2、something brought from another country, usually for sale.^进口
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  • This candy was imported from Germany.^这种糖是从德国进口的。
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  • The report said imports were increasing but exports were lower.^报告说,进口不断增长,但出口却下降了(更低了)。
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  • 【important】having great meaning, value or power.^重要的
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  • She is an important member of Congress.^她是国会的重要议员。/member of Congress:〈美〉国会众议院议员/
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  • 【improve】1、to make better; 2、to become better.^改进;改善
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  • He improved the company's earnings.^他改善了公司的收益。
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  • The company's earnings improved.^公司的收益得到改善。
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  • 【in】1、inside; 2、held by; 3、contained by; 4、surrounded by; 5、during.^在...之内;在里面的;在...期间
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  • The food is in the ice box.^食物在冰箱里。
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  • What do you have in your hand?^你手里拿着什么?
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  • The good wine is in that bottle.^好酒在那个瓶子里。
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  • Did you get wet in the storm?^你被暴风雨淋湿了吗?
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  • He heard the child crying in the night.^他那天晚上听见小孩哭。
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  • 【incident】an event or something that happens.^事件,事变
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  • The incident did not affect her performance.^那个事件没有影响她的表演(演奏)。
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  • 【incite】to urge or cause an action or emotion, usually something bad or violent.^刺激,煽动
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  • The speaker incited the riot.^演讲人煽动了那场暴乱。
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  • 【include】1、to have; 2、to make a part of.^包括;包含
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  • That price includes sales tax.^价格包括销售税。
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  • Please include Mary on the list of speakers.^请把玛丽列入在演讲者名单中。
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  • 【increase】to make more in size or amount.^增加
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  • The runner increased his speed near the finish line.^赛跑选手在接近终点线时加快了速度。
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  • 【independent】1、not influenced by or controlled by another or others; 2、free; 3、separate.^独立的;自主的;不受影响或控制的
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  • An independent investigator found no evidence of wrongdoing.^独立调查员没有发现犯罪的证据。
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  • He was an independent thinker.^他是一个独立的思想家。
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  • The 13 American colonies declared that they were independent from Britain.^美国13个殖民地宣布它们独立于英国。
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  • 【individual】one person.^个人;个人的
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  • He wrote about protecting the legal rights of the individual.^他写文章谈保护个人的法定权力。
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  • 【industry】1、any business that produces goods or provides services; 2、the work and related activity in factories and offices; 3、all organizations involved in manufacturing.^行业;工业;工业组织
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  • She works in the travel industry.^她在旅游业工作。
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  • Industry began slowing down in the final months of 2000.^工业在2000年最后几个月开始滑坡。/slow down:(使)慢下来/
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  • He believes the labor unions and industry will reach early agreement on their differences.^他相信工会和产业界可以就彼此间的分歧(争论)及早达成协议。/labor union:工会/
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  • 【infect】to make sick with something that causes disease.^传染,感染
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  • A biological weapon could infect millions of people with a deadly disease.^生物武器可以让数百万人感染致命疾病。/biological weapon:生物武器/
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  • 【inflation】a continuing rise in prices while the value of money goes down.^通货膨胀
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  • Federal banking officials were able to keep inflation from rising.^联邦(政府的)银行业务官员能够防止通货膨胀上升。
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  • 【influence】1、to have an effect on someone or something; 2、to cause change.^影响;改变
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  • The strong economy did not influence voters to keep the party in power.^强盛的经济没有影响到投票者(选民)们要继续把那个政党留在台上。/in power:当权的,在朝的/
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  • What influenced your decision to change jobs?^是什么影响了你改变工作的决定?/change jobs:调动工作/
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  • 【inform】1、to tell; 2、to give knowledge to.^告诉;告知
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  • Please inform me when you leave the office.^你离开办公室(事务所)的时候请告诉我。
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  • I informed her about what happened.^我把发生的情况告知了她。/inform about:将...告知(某人)/
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  • 【information】1、knowledge; 2、facts.^知识;信息;情况
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  • He got the information from several books.^他从几本书中得到这一知识。
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  • He asked for information about his family.^她询问有关他家的情况。
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  • 【inject】to force a fluid into, such as putting medicine or drugs into the body through the skin.^注射,注入
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  • The doctor injected the painkiller into his shoulder.^医生在他的肩膀注射止痛剂(打止痛针)。
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  • 【injure】to cause harm or damage to a person or animal.^伤害(人或动物)
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  • The mail carrier was injured by an angry dog.^邮递员被一条发怒的狗弄伤了。。/mail carrier:<美>邮递员/
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  • 【innocent】1、not guilty of a crime; 2、not responsible for a bad action.^无罪的;清白的
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  • The court found that she was innocent of all charges.^法庭判决她无罪,全部指控均不成立。
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  • The woman said her innocent dog never bit anyone.^那位妇女说她的无辜(天真)的狗不会咬任何人。
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  • 【insane】mentally sick.^患精神病的;极蠢的
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  • How does your country treat insane people?^你们国家如何治疗患精神病的人?
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  • 【insect】a very small creature, usually with many legs and sometimes with wings.^昆虫
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  • Flying insects attacked them as soon as they went into the forest.^他们刚走进森林,就遭到飞虫的袭击。
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  • 【inspect】1、to look at something carefully; 2、to examine, especially by an expert.^检查,视察
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  • He inspected his fingers for dirt.^他检查自己的手指看看有没有污垢。
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  • The policeman inspected her car for damage.^警察察看了她的车子的损坏情况。
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  • 【instead】1、in the place of; 2、taking the place of.^代替
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  • She chose you instead of me.^她选择了你而不是我。/instead of:(用...)代替...,(是...)而不是.../
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  • He planned to go to a movie but decided to stay home instead.^他计划去看电影,但决定还是留在家里。
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  • 【instrument】a tool or device designed to do something or to make something.^工具,仪器
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  • The spacecraft carried instruments to examine the surface of Mars.^宇宙飞船运载了检测火星表面的的仪器。
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  • 【insult】to say something or to do something that makes another person angry or dishonored.^侮辱,凌辱
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  • He insulted her by arriving very late at her party.^他以很迟才到场参加她举办的聚会来羞辱她。
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  • 【intelligence】1、the ability to think or learn; 2、information gathered by spying.^智力;(侦察所得)情报
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  • The research project required scientists with great intelligence.^这个科研目需要有高智商的科学家。
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  • The agency collected much intelligence about planned terrorist attacks.^这家机构收集了许多有关恐怖袭击(计划)的情报。
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  • 【intelligent】quick to understand or learn.^聪明的
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  • The boy was so intelligent that he began university studies at the age of twelve.^那个男孩子很聪明,十二岁时就开始读大学了。
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  • 【intense】1、very strong; 2、extremely serious.^强烈的;非常认真的
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  • Security was intense during the President's visit.^总统访问期间保安非常严密。
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  • Learning the language required intense study.^学习语言需要非常认真的研究。
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  • 【interest】1、what is important to someone; 2、a share in owning a business; 3、money paid for the use of money borrowed.^兴趣;股权;利息
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  • He acted to protect his interests.^他行动起来保护自己的利益。
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  • She had a great interest in painting.^她对绘画有很大兴趣。/interest in:对...有兴趣/
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  • My father holds an interest in several businesses.^我父亲在几家公司都有股权。
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  • The bank approved his loan, but it wanted him to pay 15 percent in interest each year.^银行批准了他的贷款,但是要求他每年付15%的利息。
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  • 【interfere】1、to get in the way of; 2、to work against; 3、to take part in the activities of others, especially when not asked to do so.^干涉;妨碍;插手
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  • He did not win the race because another boat interfered by turning in front of his boat.^他没赢得比赛,因为另一艘船在他的船的前面转向,干扰了他。
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  • The snowstorm interfered with our plans to climb the mountain.^暴风雪妨碍了我们的登山计划。
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  • Joanne asked her father not to interfere in her dispute with Bryan.^乔安尼求她父亲不要插手她与布莱恩的争吵。/interfere in:干涉,干预/
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  • 【international】1、of or about more than one nation or many nations; 2、of the whole world.^国际性的;世界的
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  • The international conference of South American leaders has opened in Quito.^南美洲国家领导人的国际会议在基多(厄瓜多尔首都)召开。
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  • The information is in the report on international trade.^这则资料见于那份国际贸易报告。/international trade:国际贸易/
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  • 【intervene】1、to come between; 2、to come between in order to settle or solve.^干涉,干预,介入
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  • The police intervened before any shots were fired.^警察在开枪射击之前介入。
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  • The President urged the United Nations to intervene in the border dispute.^总统敦促联合国调停边界争端。/intervene in:插手,干预/
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  • 【invade】to enter an area or country by force with an army.^侵略,进攻
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  • Allied forces in England invaded the Normandy area of France in 1944.^英国盟军在1944年进攻法国诺曼底地区。/allied forces:盟军,联军/
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  • 【invent】1、to plan and make something never made before; 2、to create a new thing or way of doing something.^发明
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  • Did Henry Ford invent the automobile?^亨利.福特发明了汽车吗?
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  • Did Henry Ford invent a new way to build cars?^亨利.福特发明了制造汽车的新方法吗?
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  • 【invest】to give money to a business or organization with the hope of making more money.^投资
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  • George asked his friends to invest in his new oil company.^乔治请朋友们到他的新石油公司投资。
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  • 【investigate】1、to study or examine all information about an event, situation or charge; 2、to search for the truth.^调查;研究
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  • Civil rights leaders asked the federal government to investigate voting problems in some parts of Florida.^民权领导人请求联邦政府调查佛罗里达州部分地区的投票问题。
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  • Congress is investigating the president's relationship with a young woman.^国会正在调查总统与一位年轻妇女的关系。
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  • 【invite】to ask someone to take part in or join an event, organization or gathering.^邀请
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  • Jason invited Candy to his party.^詹森邀请甘迪参加他举办的聚会。
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  • 【involve】1、to take part in; 2、to become a part of; 3、to include.^参加,从事;成为一部分;包括
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  • He has been involved in drama for many years.^他从事戏剧表演多年。/be involved in:涉及,专心从事/
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  • She became completely involved with her new family.^她彻底地成为她新家庭的一员。
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  • The project involved thousands of people.^这个项目包括了数以千计的人们。
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  • 【iron】a strong, hard metal used to make machines and tools.^铁
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  • People have been making tools of iron for about 2,800 years.^大约2,800多年来人们一直用铁制造工具。/make of:用...做成,理解,明白/
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  • 【island】a land area with water all around it.^岛,岛屿
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  • Ken lived on several different islands in the South Pacific Ocean.^肯恩在南太平洋几个不同的岛屿上住过。
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  • 【issue】an important problem or subject that people are discussing or arguing about.^重大问题,议题
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  • Campaign finance reform was the most important issue in the election campaign.^竞选运动的财政改革是选举运动中最重要的问题。
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  • 【it】a thing, place, event or idea that is being spoken about.^它
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  • The sky is blue, but it also has a few white clouds.^天空蓝蓝的,但也有几朵白云。
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