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VOA慢速英语1500基础单词例句b

 

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baby
[a newly born creature]
Mary hadbaby last night.

back
[()part behindfront; (2)other way from forward]
The writer's pictureonbackthe book. ()
She stopped walking awaylooked back at me. (2)

bad
[() wrong; (2) acting againstlaw; (3) not good]
Bill madebad decision. ()
The prisoner wasbad manmosthis life. (2)
The water was dirtyhadbad taste. (3)

balance
[to make two sides or forces equal]
I balanced my budget by not spending more thanearned.

ball
[something round]
The earthshaped likeball.

balloon
[a devicestrong, light material that rises when filled with gas lighter than air]
Many hot air balloons raceNew Mexico each year.

ballot
[a piecepaper usedvoting]
I was askedcountballotsannouncewinner.

ban
[()not permit; (2)stop; (3) an official restriction]
Runningbanned at our swimming pool. ()
The curfew bans all night time travel. (2)
The protestors called forbansmokingpublic buildings. (3)

bank
[an organization that keepslends money]
The man said he robbed banks because thatwheremoney is.

bar
[to prevent or block]
He was barred from competingthe games because he used illegal drugs.

barrier
[anything that blocks or makes an action difficult]
The voting rights law removes most racial barriersvoting.

base
[()military center; (2)establish asfact]
My brotheratmilitary training base. ()
Her research was basedexperiments. (2)

battle
[a fight between opposing armed forces]
Southern forces wonbattle but lostwar.

be
[()live; (2)happen; (3)exist]
The manvery sickwill not be here much longer. ()
The wedding will be soon. (2)
Washington, D.C., has beencapital200 years. (3)

beat
[to hit againagain]
The prison guards denied they beatprisoner.

beauty
[that which pleaseseye, ear or spirit]
All fell silent atbeautythe mountains.

because
[forreason that]
He left because he was sick.

become
[to comebe]
When did he become sick?

bed
[a sleeping place]
The bed was so hard thatcould not sleep.

before
[earlier]
Bill ate before he wentwork.

begin
[()dofirst partan action; (2)start]
He beganlaugh when he saw me. ()
A long walk begins with one step. (2)

behind
[() atback of; (2)back of]
Our fastest runner was far behindleader. ()
I live behind that hill. (2)

believe
[()think; (2)feel sure of; (3)accept as true; (4)trust]
I believemay rain tonight. ()
Jim believesfrienda good writer. (2)
The lawyer believedsuspect's statement. (3)
We believeGod. (4)

bell
[an instrument that makesmusical sound]
Jim says he likessounda church bell.

belong
[()be owned by; (2)bemember of]
That book belongsmy sister. ()
My brother belongsthe Boy Scouts. (2)

below
[lower than]
The temperature outsidebelow freezing.

best
[the most good]
Allour singers are good but Lisabest.

betray
[()turn against; (2)be false to]
The spy betrayedcountry. ()
The boy betrayedmother's trusthim. (2)

better
[more good than]
Zacha better baseball player than Al.

between
[()the space or time that separates; (2) from onethe other]
I would likemeet with you between twothree o'clock. ()
Secret talks betweentwo nations produced an agreement. (2)

big
[()great size; (2) not small]
Texasa big state. ()
Melissa wasbig baby. (2)

bill
[a legislative proposal]
To become law,bill must be approved by both housesCongresssigned byPresident.

biology
[the scientific studylife or living thingsall their forms]
My school requires one yearstudy eachbiology, physicschemistry.

bird
[a creature that flies]
I watchedbird fly away untilcould no longer see it.

bite
[to cut withteeth]
My dog sounds aggressive but he will not bite you.

black
[() dark; (2) havingcolor like thatthe night sky]
I first saw hima blackstormy night. ()
The doctor arriveda big black car. (2)

blame
[()accuse; (2)hold responsible]
The police blamed himthe crime. ()
Don't blame meyour bad decision. (2)

blanket
[a cloth cover usedkeep warm]
The flood refugees needed foodwarm blankets.

bleed
[to lose blood]
Do you know howstop your nose from bleeding?

blind
[not ablesee]
Being blind did not keep him from becomingfamous singer.

block
[()stop something from being done; (2)prevent movement]
He blocked any attemptbecome friends. ()
A truck accident blockedroadan hour. (2)

blood
[red fluidthe body]
A blood testusually parta yearly medical examination.

blow
[to move with force, asair]
The wind blowsautumn leaves.

blue
[havingcolor like thata clear sky]
My son has blue eyes.

boat
[something builttravelwater that carries people or goods]
I likefish fromboat.

body
[() alla person or animal; (2)remainsa person or animal]
Exercise can improve anyone's body. ()
Police found five bodies buried beneathhouse. (2)

boil
[to heatliquid untilbecomes very hot]
Boil one cupwater, add frozen vegetablescookfive minutes.

bomb
[()device that explodes with great force; (2)attack or destroy with bombs]
The bomb exploded outsidebuilding. ()
The warplanes bombed enemy missile launchers. (2)

bone
[the hard materialthe body]
The girl brokeboneher wrist when she fell.

book
[a long written workreading]
The professor has written six books about East Asia.

border
[a dividing line between nations]
Many new factories have been built acrossborderMexico.

(be) born
[()comelife; (2)come into existence]
When were you born? ()
The American Revolution was bornMassachusetts. (2)

borrow
[to take asloan]
The bank refusedlet me borrow any more money.

both
[not just onetwo, buttwo together]
Bothus were educated atUniversityVirginia.

bottle
[a container, usually madeglass,hold liquid]
He dranklast bottlewater.

bottom
[the lowest partsomething]
The damaged submarinestill atbottomthe ocean.

box
[somethingput things into]
Putold booksthat box.

boy
[a young male person]
The boys played together after school.

boycott
[to refusetake partor deal with]
The farm workers union called forboycottvegetables picked by foreign workers.

brain
[the control centerthought, emotionsbody activityall creatures]
Scientists continuediscover new information aboutchemistrythe brain.

brave
[having no fear]
Leaving home wasbrave decision.

bread
[a food made from grain]
We have bread at every meal.

break
[()divide into parts by force; (2)destroy]
The glass broke into many pieces. ()
Yearshard work brokehealth, butdid not breakspirit. (2)

breathe
[to take air intobodyletout again]
Breathe deeply before you begin your speech.

bridge
[a structure built overwaterway, valley or road so peoplevehicles can cross from one sidethe other]
The city needsnew bridge acrossriver.

brief
[() short; (2) not long]
Many people wishspeak, so please keep your comments brief. ()
The car slowed down briefly, then speeded up. (2)

bright
[() giving much light; (2) strongclearcolor]
Bright sunlight hurts my eyes. ()
The new grassbright green. (2)

bring
[to come with something]
Sam will bring Tracythe party.

broadcast
[()send information, stories or music by radio or television; (2)radio or television program]
VOA broadcastsnewsSpecial English. ()
The Special English broadcast can be heard almost everywhere. (2)

brother
[a male withsame father or mother as another person]
I have three brothers, but no sisters.

brown
[havingcolor like thatcoffee]
Richard has brown hairbrown eyes.

budget
[a spending plan]
Congress decidedadd moneythe education budget.

build
[to join materials togethermake something]
Tim plansbuildhousehis dog.

building
[anything builtuse ashouse, factory, office, school, store or placeentertainment]
My officein that building nextthe hotel.

bullet
[a small piecemetal shot fromgun]
The bullet hitexact centerthe target.

burn
[()befire; (2)destroy or damage by fire]
The candles burned brightly enoughmereadbook. ()
The wildfire burned muchthe forest. (2)

burst
[to break open suddenly]
The dam burstsentwallwater rushing downvalley.

bury
[to put intogroundcover with earth]
Where do you think they buriedtreasure?

bus
[a public vehiclecarry people]
RideA-7 bus4thIndependence Avenue.

business
[() one's work; (2) buyingsellingearn money; (3) trade]
My businesswriting radio programs. ()
The Internetcreating many new marketsbusiness. (2)
I have done business with that companymany years. (3)

busy
[() doing something; (2) very active]
Are you busy now? ()
George was very busy this morning with an emergency case. (2)

but
[() however; (2) other than; (3) yet]
She knew who called butdid not know. ()
The boy ate nothing but candy. (2)
Jean was tired but she could not getsleep. (3)

buy
[to get by paying something, usually money]
Where did Lila buy those great clothes?

by
[() near; at; (2) next to; (3) from ; (4) not later than]
Please sit here by me. ()
They walked byriver. (2)
They performedplay by William Shakespeare. (3)
Her mother said that she hadbe home by midnight. (4)

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