sabotage - v. to damage or destroy as an act against an organization or nation ("the rebels sabotaged the railroad.")

  sacrifice - v. to do without something or to suffer a loss for a belief, idea, goal or another person

  sad - ad. not happy

  safe - ad. away from harm or danger

  sail - v. to travel by boat or ship

  sailor - n. a person involved in sailing a boat or ship

  salt - n. a white substance found in sea water and in the ground, used to affect the taste of food

  same - ad. not different; not changed; like another or others

  sand - n. extremely small pieces of crushed rock found in large amounts in deserts and on coasts

  satellite - n. a small object in space that moves around a larger object; an object placed in orbit around the earth

  satisfy - v. to give or provide what is desired, needed or demanded

  save - v. to make safe; to remove from harm; to keep for future use

  say - v. to speak; to express in words

  school - n. a place for education; a place where people go to learn

  science - n. the study of nature and the actions of natural things, and the knowledge gained about them

  sea - n. a large area of salt water, usually part of an ocean

  search - v. to look for carefully

  season - n. one of the four periods of the year that is based on the earth's position toward the sun (spring, summer, autumn, winter); a period of time based on different weather conditions ("dry season", "rainy season"); a period during the year when something usually happens ("baseball season")

  seat - n. a thing to sit on; a place to sit or the right to sit there ("a seat in parliament")

  second - ad. the one that comes after the first

  secret - n. something known only to a few and kept from general knowledge; ad. hidden from others; known only to a few

  security - n. freedom from danger or harm; protection; measures necessary to protect a person or place ("security was increased in the city.")

  see - v. to know or sense through the eyes; to understand or know

  seed - n. the part of a plant from which new plants grow

  seek(ing) - v. to search for ("they are seeking a cure for cancer."); to try to get ("she is seeking election to public office."); to plan to do ("electric power companies are seeking to reduce their use of coal.")

  seem - v. to appear to be ("she seems to be in good health.")

  seize - v. to take quickly by force; to take control of quickly; to arrest

  self - n. all that which makes one person different from others

  sell - v. to give something in exchange for money

  senate - n. the smaller of the two groups in the governments of some countries, such as in the united states congress

  send - v. to cause to go; to permit to go; to cause to be carried, taken or directed to or away from a place

  sense - v. to come to know about by feeling, believing or understanding; n. any of the abilities to see, hear, taste, smell or feel

  sentence - v. to declare the punishment for a crime; n. the punishment for a crime

  separate - v. to set or keep people, things or ideas away from or independent from others; ad. not together or connected; different

  series - n. a number of similar things or events that follow one after another in time, position or order

  serious - ad. important; needing careful consideration; dangerous

  serve - v. to work as an official; to be employed by the government; to assist or help

  service - n. an organization or system that provides something for the public ("schools and roads are services paid for by taxes."); a job that an organization or business can do for money; military organizations such as an army, navy or air force; a religious ceremony

  set - v. to put in place or position; to establish a time, price or limit

  settle - v. to end (a dispute); to agree about (a problem); to make a home in a new place

  several - ad. three or more, but not many

  severe - ad. not gentle; causing much pain, or damage

  sex - n. either the male or female group into which all people and animals are divided because of their actions in producing young; the physical activity by which humans and animals can produce young

  shake - v. to move or cause to move in short, quick movements

  shape - v. to give form to; n. the form of something, especially how it looks

  share - v. to give part of something to another or others; n. a part belonging to, given to or owned by a single person or a group; any one of the equal parts of of a business or company

  sharp - ad. having a thin edge or small point that can cut or hurt; causing hurt or pain

  she - pro. the girl or woman who is being spoken about

  sheep - n. a farm animal used for its meat and hair

  shell - v. to fire ; n. a metal that is fired from a large gun and explodes when it reaches its ; a hard outside cover

  shelter - v. to protect or give protection to; n. something that gives protection; a place of safety

  shine - v. to aim a light; to give bright light; to be bright; to clean to make bright

  ship - v. to transport; n. a large boat

  shock - v. to cause to feel sudden surprise or fear; n. something that greatly affects the mind or emotions; a powerful shake, as from an

  shoe - n. a covering for the foot

  shoot - v. to cause a gun or other weapon to send out an object designed to kill; to use a gun

  short - ad. only for a small period of time; not long; opposite tall

  should - v. used with another verb (action word) to show responsibility ("we should study."), ("the talks should begin soon."), or that something is believed to be a good idea ("criminals should be punished.")

  shout - v. to speak very loudly

  show - v. to make something be seen; to make known; n. a play or story presented in a theater, or on radio or television, for or education; something organized to be seen by the public

  shrink - v. to make or become less in size, weight or value

  sick - ad. suffering or mentally with a disease or other problem; not in good health

  sickness - n. the condition of being in bad health

  side - n. the outer surfaces of an object that are not the top or bottom; parts away from the middle; either the right or left half of the body

  sign - v. to write one's name; n. a mark or shape used to mean something; evidence that something exists or will happen; a flat piece of material with writing that gives information

  signal - v. to send a message by signs; n. an action or movement that sends a message

  silence - v. to make quiet; to stop from or making noise; n. a lack of noise or sound

  silver - n. a valued white metal

  similar - ad. like something else but not exactly the same

  simple - ad. easy to understand or do; not difficult or complex

  since - prep. from a time in the past until now ("i have known her since we went to school together.")

  sing - v. to make music sounds with the voice

  single - ad. one only

  sink - v. to go down into water or other liquid

  sister - n. a female with the same father or mother as another person

  sit - v. to rest on the lower part of the body without the support of the legs; to become seated

  situation - n. the way things are during a period of time

  size - n. the space occupied by something; how long, wide or high something is

  skeleton - n. all the bones of a human or other animal together in their normal positions

  skill - n. the ability gained from training or experience

  skin - n. the outer covering of humans and most animals

  sky - n. the space above the earth

  slave - n. a person owned or controlled by another

  sleep - v. to rest the body and mind with the eyes closed

  slide - v. to move over a surface

  slow - v. to reduce the speed of; ad. not fast in moving, talking or other activities

  small - ad. little in size or amount; few in number; not important; opposite large

  smash - v. to break or be broken into small pieces by force; to hit or move with >force

  smell - v. to sense through the nose; n. something sensed by the nose ("the smell of food cooking")

  smoke - v. to use cigarettes or other tobacco products by burning them and breathing in the smoke; n. that which can be seen rising into the air like a cloud from something burning

  smooth - ad. having a level surface; opposite rough

  snow - n. soft, white pieces of frozen water that fall from the sky, usually in winter or when the air temperature is very cold

  so - ad. in such a way that ("he held the flag so all could see it."); also; too ("she left early, and so did we."); very ("i am so sick."); as a result ("they were sick, so they could not come."); conj. in order that; for the purpose of ("come early so we can discuss the plans.")

  social - ad. of or about people or a group

  soft - ad. not hard; easily shaped; to touch; not loud

  soil - n. earth in which plants grow

  soldier - n. a person in the army

  solid - ad. having a hard shape with no empty spaces inside; strong; not in the form of a liquid or gas

  solve - v. to find an answer; to settle

  some - ad. of an amount or number or part not stated; not all

  son - n. a person's male child

  soon - ad. not long after the present time; quickly

  sort - n. any group of people or things that are the same or are similar in some way; a kind of something

  sound - n. fast-moving waves of energy that affect the ear and result in ; that which is heard

  south - n. the direction to the right of a person facing the rising sun

  space - n. the area outside the earth's atmosphere where the sun, moon, planets and stars are; the area between or inside things

  speak - v. to talk; to say words with the mouth; to express one's thoughts to others and exchange ideas; to give a speech to a group

  special - ad. of a different or unusual kind; not for general use; better or more important than others of the same kind

  speech - n. a talk given to a group of people

  speed - v. to make something go or move faster; n. the rate at which something moves or travels; the rate at which something happens or is done

  spend - v. to give as payment; to use ("he spends much time studying.")

  spill - v. to cause or permit liquid to flow out, usually by accident

  spirit - n. the part of a human that is not physical and is connected to thoughts and emotions; the part of a person that is believed to remain alive after death

  split - v. to separate into two or more parts; to divide or break into parts

  sport - n. any game or activity of competition involving physical effort or skill

  spread - v. to become longer or wider; to make or become widely known

  spring - n. the time of the year between winter and summer

  spy - v. to steal or get information ; n. one who watches others ; a person employed by a government to get secret information about another country

  square - n. a flat shape having four equal sides

  stab - v. to cut or push into or through with a pointed weapon

  stand - v. to move into or be in a position in which only the feet are on a surface; to be in one position or place

  star - n. a mass of gas that usually appears as a small light in the sky at night, but is not a planet; a famous person, usually an actor or singer

  start - v. to begin; to make something begin

  starve - v. to suffer or die from a lack of food

  state - v. to say; to declare; n. a political part of a nation

  station - n. a place of special work or purpose ("a police station"); a place where passengers get on or off trains or buses; a place for radio or television s

  statue - n. a form of a human, animal or other creature usually made of stone, wood or metal

  stay - v. to continue to be where one is; to remain; to not leave; to live for a time ("they stayed in new york for two years.")

  steal - v. to take without permission or paying

  steam - n. the gas that comes from hot water

  steel - n. iron made harder and stronger by mixing it with other substances

  step - v. to move by lifting one foot and placing it in a new position; n. the act of stepping; one of a series of actions designed to reach a goal

  stick - v. to attach something to another thing using a substance that will hold them together; to become fixed in one position so that movement is difficult ("something is making the door stick."); n. a thin piece of wood

  still - ad. not moving ("the man was standing still."); until the present or a stated time ("was he still there?"); even so; although ("the job was difficult, but she still wanted to do it.")

  stone - n. a small piece of rock

  stop - v. to prevent any more movement or action; to come or bring to an end

  store - v. to keep or put away for future use; n. a place where people buy things

  storm - n. violent weather, including strong winds and rain or snow

  story - n. the telling or writing of an event, either real or imagined

  stove - n. a heating device used for cooking

  straight - ad. continuing in one direction without turns

  strange - ad. unusual; not normal; not known

  street - n. a road in a city, town or village

  stretch - v. to extend for a distance; to pull on to make longer or wider

  strike - v. to hit with force; to stop work as a way to seek better conditions, more pay or to make other demands

  strong - ad. having much power; not easily broken, damaged or destroyed

  structure - n. the way something is built, made or organized; a system that is formed or organized in a special way; a building

  struggle - v. to try with much effort; to fight with; n. a great effort; a fight

  study - v. to make an effort to gain knowledge by using the mind; to examine carefully

  stupid - ad. not able to learn much; not intelligent

  subject - n. the person or thing being discussed, or written about

  submarine - n. an underwater ship

  substance - n. the material of which something is made (a solid, liquid or gas)

  substitute - v. to put or use in place of another; n. a person or thing put or used in place of another

  subversion - n. an attempt to or destroy a political system or government, usually

  succeed - v. to reach a goal or thing desired; to produce a planned result

  such - ad. of this or that kind; of the same kind as; similar to

  sudden - ad. not expected; without ; done or carried out quickly or without preparation

  suffer - v. to feel pain in the body or mind; to receive or experience hurt or

  sugar - n. a sweet substance made from liquids taken from plants

  suggest - v. to offer or propose something to think about or consider

  summer - n. the warmest time of the year, between spring and autumn

  sun - n. the huge star in the sky that provides heat and light to earth

  supervise - v. to direct and observe the work of others

  supply - v. to give; to provide; n. the amount of something that can be given or sold to others

  support - v. to carry the weight of; to hold up or in position; to agree with others and help them reach a goal; to approve

  suppose - v. to believe, think or imagine ("i suppose you are right."); to expect ("it is supposed to rain tonight.")

  suppress - v. to put down or to keep down by force; to prevent information from being known

  sure - ad. very probable; with good reason to believe; true without question

  surface - n. the outer side or top of something ("the landed on the surface of the moon.")

   - n. an amount that is more than is needed; extra; ("that country has a trade . it exports more than it imports.")

  surprise - v. to cause a feeling of wonder because something is not expected; n. something not expected; the feeling caused by something not expected

  surrender - v. to give control of oneself or one's property to another or others; to stop fighting and admit defeat

  surround - v. to form a circle around; to be in positions all around someone or something

  survive - v. to remain alive during or after a dangerous situation

  suspect - v. to imagine or believe that a person is guilty of something bad or ; n. a person believed to be guilty

  suspend - v. to cause to stop for a period of time

  swallow - v. to take into the stomach through the mouth

  swear in - v. to put an official into office by having him or her promise to carry out the duties of that office ("the chief justice will swear in the president.")

  sweet - ad. tasting pleasant, like sugar

  swim - v. to move through water by making motions with the arms and legs

  sympathy - n. a sharing of feelings or emotions with another person, usually feelings of

  system - n. a method of organizing or doing something by following rules or a plan; a group of connected things or parts working together for a common purpose or goal
  • [´əunəʃip] 移动到这儿单词发声 n.所有权;所有制 四级词汇
  • [kən´teinə] 移动到这儿单词发声 n.容器;箱,匣 四级词汇
  • [´tɑ:git] 移动到这儿单词发声 n.靶子;目标;指标 四级词汇
  • [´fizikəli] 移动到这儿单词发声 ad.按照自然规律 四级词汇
  • [´spi:kiŋ] 移动到这儿单词发声 n.说话 a.发言的 六级词汇
  • [´wɔ:niŋ] 移动到这儿单词发声 n.警告;前兆 a.预告的 四级词汇
  • [´pʌblikli] 移动到这儿单词发声 ad.公然;公众所有地 六级词汇
  • [´rɔkit] 移动到这儿单词发声 n.火箭;火箭发动机 六级词汇
  • [i´li:gəl] 移动到这儿单词发声 a.不合法的,非法的 六级词汇

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