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2019备考GRE填空高频词汇积累part1

2019-01-23 10:22:29来源:GRE考试网分享
导读:了解GRE考试的考生都知道,词汇对于这个考试而言都是备考重点。这里坦途网小编整理了GRE填空高频词汇解析,希望可以对大家有所帮助。另外,每天坚持背词汇效果才会更好哦!

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1. undermine [ˌʌndə'main]v. 破坏 , 暗中损害 , 在下面挖 频率:18

近义词:weaken/destroy/founder

例句:Does it promote the cause of freedom or undermine it when government compels liberty at gunpoint?(FORBES: Don't Fence Me In)

2. substantiate [sʌbs'tænʃieit]v. 证实 , 使实体化 频率:16

近义词:favor / make sure / validate / sustain

例句:Both parties' claims are dubious and will be difficult to substantiate one way or another.(ECONOMIST: Spending plans)

3. obscure [əb'skjuə]a. 模糊的 , 昏暗的 v. 使模糊 频率:15

近义词:fuzzy / dark / vague / lowering;overcurtain / becloud

例句:And the real estate market takeoff can obscure what is still a thicket of arcane regulations on development.(FORBES: Pay Dirt)

4. diminish [di'miniʃ]v. 减少 , 变小 , 贬低 频率:13

近义词:micrify / minify;to cut down / fall off

例句:There are two reasons for predicting that dodgy dealing will diminish in South Africa.(ECONOMIST: Inside out)

5. placatory ['plekətəri]a. 安抚的 , 调解的 频率:12

近义词:mollifying / soothing

例句:To Mr Cameron, who does not want one, tossing them the opt-out may appeal as aplacatory gesture. (ECONOMIST: Opting out of the EU)

6. irrelevant [i'relivənt]a. 不相干的 , 离题的频率:12

近义词:inconnected / unrelated

例句:Another strange thing about a Viennese coffee house is that the coffee is almostirrelevant.(BBC: Vienna’s recipe for living well)

7. elementary [ˌelə'mentəri]a. 初级的 , 基本的频率:12

近义词:basic / fundamental / essential / primary / first

例句:Across the country thousands of elementary, middle and high school students are feeling the impact too. (CNN: Students can't be part of main graduation because of Mexico trip)

8. disdain [dis'dein]v./n. 蔑视 , 轻视 频率:12

近义词:despise/ defiance / snotnose

例句:After three years she decided, much to her family's disdain, to study design in New York.(FORBES: Creative Koreans)

9. reinforce [ˌri:in'fɔ:s]v. 加强 , 增援频率:12

近义词:enhance / cement / muscle / supply / build up;strengthening / armoure

例句:The computers are loaded with educational software, providing interactive exercises that reinforce state-mandated curricula.(CNN: 'Brilliant Bus' shrinking digital divide)

10. sophisticated [sə'fstikeitid]a. 老练的 , 精密的 , 世故的 频率:11

近义词:complicated / experienced / involved / detailed / exquisite;mystified

例句:Charities will get something for nothing but will then pay for more sophisticatedservices. (BBC: Believe.in and the business of charity)

11. repudiate [ri'pju:dieit]v. 拒绝接受 , 拒付 , 断绝 , 否定频率:11

近义词:negative / refuse / deny

例句:Deng was never willing to repudiate Mao the way Soviet premier Nikita Khrushchev exposed Stalin's excesses. (CNN: MAO NOW)

12. superficial [sju:pə'fʃəl]a. 表面的 , 肤浅的频率:10

近义词:surface / external / facial / shallow;person / garment

例句:Would The New York Times refer to its own aggressive public relations program assuperficial?(FORBES: Shame on The New York Times)

13. innovative ['inəuveitiv]a. 创新的 , 革新的 频率:10

近义词:reformatory

例句:King Sejong Prize awarded to institutions, organisations or individuals promoting literacy through effective and innovative programmes or projects.(UNESCO: Apply for UNESCO Prizes)

14. disregard [ˌdisri'gɑ:d]n. 漠视 v. 忽视 , 不顾 频率:10

近义词:ignore / neglect;inobservancy / negligence

例句:For these Americans to protest shows a heartless disregard for people living in poverty. (FORBES: Is There A Moral Case for "Buy American"?)

15. conceal [kən'si:l]v. 隐藏 , 掩盖频率:10

近义词:lock / pocket / to hide

例句:And the overall figures conceal some large differences among specific groups of workers and would-be workers.(ECONOMIST: The widening gap)

16. suppress [sə'pres]v. 镇压 , 抑制 , 禁止 频率:10

近义词:control / restrain / stay

例句:The length to which the GOP has gone nationwide to suppress turnout in November is shameful.(CNN: All Ohioans should be able to vote early)

17. anomalous [ə'nɔmələs]a. 不规则的 , 反常的频率:9

近义词:novel / abnormal / exceptional / exquisite

例句:Also, as Eric Gotthelf of Columbia University pointed out, they are not, actually, thatanomalous. (ECONOMIST: Pulsars)

18. loath [ləuθ]a. 不情愿的 , 勉强的频率:9

近义词:narrow / reluctant / unwilling

例句:Even conservative politicians are loath to be so direct in their support of wealthier Americans. (FORBES: The Hidden Taxation of Wealthy Americans)

19. predictable [pri'diktəb(ə)l]a. 可预知的 频率:9

近义词:divinable

例句:One called "Lenders in the Temple" turns on an apt but also somewhat predictablecatalog of modern ills.(NPR: Conor Oberst: When Love Turns Sour)

20. comprehensive[ˌkɔmpri'hensiv] a. 全面的 , 综合的 , 理解的 频率:9

近义词:extensive / integrated / synthetic / widespread / general

例句:Or eliminating 153 out of 154 separate health care programs when one goodcomprehensive one will do. (FORBES: Assembling Textron's Turnaround)

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