each - ad. every one by itself

  early - ad. at or near the beginning, especially the beginning of the day; opposite late

  earn - v. to be paid in return for work done

  earth - n. the planet we all live on; the ground or soil

  earthquake - n. a sudden, violent shaking of the earth's surface

  ease - v. to reduce; to make less difficult

  east - n. the direction from which the sun rises

  easy - ad. not difficult; not hard to do

  eat - v. to take food into the body through the mouth

  ecology - n. the scientific study of the and links among living and material things

  economy - n. the system by which money, industry and trade are organized

  edge - n. the line where something ends or begins

  education - n. the act of teaching

  effect - n. the result or change caused by something ("the storm had a serious effect on the economy.")

  effort - n. an attempt; the work necessary to do something

  egg - n. the rounded object containing young produced by female birds, fish or reptiles; a single cell in a female person or animal that can develop into a baby

  either - ad. one of two, but not the other

  elect - v. to choose by voting

  electricity - n. a form of energy that flows through wires to provide heat and light, and power to machines

  embassy - n. the offices of an ambassador and his or her assistants

  emergency - n. an and dangerous situation demanding quick action

  emotion - n. a strong feeling such as love, hate, fear or

  employ - v. to give work in return for wages

  empty - ad. having nothing inside; v. to remove everything

  end - v. to stop; to finish; n. the part which comes last

  enemy - n. a person opposing or hating another; a person or people of the other side in a war

  energy - n. power used to do work, usually with machines; the ability and to be active

  enforce - v. to make something be done

  engine - n. a machine that uses energy to cause movement or to do work

  engineer - n. a person who designs engines, machines, roads, bridges or railroads

  enjoy - v. to be pleased or satisfied by something

  enough - ad. as much as necessary; pro. the amount needed

  enter - v. to come or go into

   - n. all things, conditions and influences that affect life; the natural world of land, sea, air, plants and animals

  equal - ad. the same in amount, size, weight or value; having the same rights

  equipment - n. things, tools or machines needed for a purpose or activity

  escape - v. to get free; to get away from; to get out of

  especially - ad. more than others ("we liked the food, especially the fish.")

  establish - v. to bring into existence; to create

  estimate - v. to form an opinion about a value, size or amount using less than complete information

  ethnic - ad. of or people belonging to a large group because of their race, religion, language, tribe or where their ancestors lived

  evaporate - v. to change from a liquid into a gas

  even - ad. in a way not thought possible ("they survived, even though the building was destroyed.")

  event - n. that which happens, especially something of importance

  ever - ad. at any time

  every - ad. each one; all

  evidence - n. material or facts that prove something; a reason for believing

  evil - ad. not good; extremely bad

  exact - ad. having no mistakes; correct in every detail

  examine - v. to study closely

  example - n. a part that shows what the rest of a thing or group is like

  excellent - ad. extremely good

  except - prep. but for

  exchange - v. to trade; to give or receive one thing for another

  excuse - v. to take away blame; to pardon; to forgive; n. a reason (sometimes false) for an action

  execute - v. to kill

  exercise - n. an activity or effort for the purpose of improving the body or to stay in good health

  exile - v. to force a person to leave his or her country; to expel; n. a person who is forced to leave his or her country

  exist - v. to be; to live

  expand - v. to make larger; to grow larger

  expect - v. to think or believe that something will happen; to wait for an event

  expel - v. to force out; to remove from; to send away

  experience - v. to live through an event, situation or condition ("she great pain."); n. something that one has done or lived through ("the experience caused her great pain.")

  experiment - v. to test; n. a test or trial carried out to prove if an idea is true or false, or to discover something

  expert - n. a person with special knowledge or training

  explain - v. to give reasons for; to make clear; to tell about; to tell the meaning

  explode - v. to break apart with a loud noise, like a bomb

  explore - v. to travel in a place that is not well known to learn more about it; to make a careful search; to examine closely

  export - v. to send to another country; n. something sent to another country, usually for sale

  express - v. to say clearly

  extend - v. to stretch out in area or length; to continue for a longer time

  extra - ad. more than normal, expected or necessary

  extreme - ad. more than the usual or accepted

  extremist - n. a person with strong religious or political beliefs who acts in an extreme or violent way
  • [,ʌn´bɔ:n] 移动到这儿单词发声 a.未生的;将来的 六级词汇
  • [´wiliŋnis] 移动到这儿单词发声 n.情愿,乐意,自愿 六级词汇
  • [ik´spiəriənst] 移动到这儿单词发声 a.有经验的;熟练的 四级词汇

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