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VOA慢速英语1500基础单词例句a

 

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or an
[() one; (2) any; (3) each]
Would you give mesheetpaper? ()
A triangle has three sides. (2)
He comesseegrandmother onceweek. (3)

able
[havingpowerdo something]
Are you ablespeak English?

about
[() almost; (2)or havingrelation to]
He completed about halfhis work. ()
We talk aboutweather. (2)

above
[athigher place]
His head was abovewater.

accept
[to agreereceive]
Please accept my thanks.

accident
[() something that happens by chance or mistake; (2) an unplanned event]
She was injuredthe accident. ()
We met again by accident after seventeen years had passed. (2)

accuse
[()saypersonresponsiblean act or crime; (2)makestatement against someone]
Her friend accused herbreakingheart. ()
The lawyer accusedsuspectlying. (2)

across
[() from sideside; (2)the other side]
The box was ten centimeters across. ()
The dog ran acrossroad. (2)

act
[to do something]
He acted immediatelystopfight.

activist
[one who seeks change through action]
The activist worked hardchangelaw.

actor
[someone actinga play or show]
That actor frightened me.

add
[()put (something) with anothermakelarger; (2)say more]
Please add my namethe list. ()
She told himleave, but added that she would likesee him again. (2)

administration
[the executive parta government, usually headed bypresident or prime minister]
The new administration starts workJanuary.

admit
[()accept; (2)express one's guilt or responsibility]
When wascountry admittedthe United Nations? ()
He admitted that what he did was wrong. (2)

adult
[a grown person]
Only an adult can signdocument.

advise
[to help with information, knowledge or ideasmakingdecision]
Did you advise himleave?

affect
[()to influence;(2)to produce an effect on]
A lacksleep affectedsinger's performance. ()
Mr. Nutley's beliefmy talent greatly affected my life. (2)

afraid
[feeling fear]
I am afraidguns.

after
[()later; (2)behind]
She arrived afterlesson started. ()
Inalphabet, Bafter A. (2)

again
[() another time; (2) as before]
Sam playedsong again. ()
I found my bookthe same place again. (2)

against
[() opposed to; (2) not agreeing with something]
They marched againstwar. ()
He agreedmostthe plan, but was against startingnow. (2)

age
[how oldperson or thing is]
The legal agevotingeighteen.

agency
[an organization thatparta larger group]
UNICEFan agencythe United Nations.

aggression
[() an attack againstperson or country; (2)violationa country's borders]
The surprise attack was an actaggression. ()
The country committed aggression whencrossedborderthe other country. (2)

ago
[()time past; (2) before now]
He was my friend long ago. ()
I saw her two years ago. (2)

agree
[()havesame belief as someone; (2)be willingdo something]
We agree about politics. ()
Both sides agreemeet again next week. (2)

agriculture
[farming]
John studied agriculture because he wantedbefarmer.

aid
[()help; (2)support; (3) help, assistance]
He offeredaidvictimsthe fire. ()
Did you give moneyaidDemocratic orRepublican candidate? (2)
Congress votedprovide aidthe flood victims. (3)


aim
[()pointgun at; (2)goal or purpose]
You cannot hittarget if you do not aimgun. ()
The aimthe reformersto improve government. (2)

air
[the mixturegases aroundearth, mostly nitrogenoxygen, that we breathe]
The aircleanthe mountains.

air force
[a military organization using airplanes]
The air force wants more airplanesmissiles.

airplane
[a vehicle with wings that flies]
I flew homean airplane.

airport
[a place where airplanes take offland]
The airplane landed atairportWashington.

album
[a collectionrecorded music]
He recordedsong from an old record album.

alcohol
[a strong, colorless liquid, usually made from grain, used asdrug orindustrial products]
The man fell because he drank too much alcohol.

alive
[() having life; (2) not dead]
The flowers become alivethe spring. ()
The accident victim was seriously injured butstill alive. (2)

all
[() everything; (2) everyone; (3)complete amount]
She ate all that she wanted. ()
All were invitedspeakthe proposal. (2)
She spent all her money fornew car. (3)

ally
[a nation or person joined with another forspecial purpose]
Britaina military allythe United States.

almost
[a little less than completely]
My dogalmost five years old.

alone
[separated from others]
Some people enjoy eating alone.

along
[near or on]
We walked alongroad.

already
[() before now; (2) even now]
She was already there when we arrived. ()
Italready too latetaketrain. (2)

also
[() added to; (2) too]
Please bring mefish dinnercoffee,also some water. ()
She said she also wantedgo home. (2)

although
[even if ittrue that]
Although he was tired, he kept walking.

always
[() at all times; (2) every time]
This streetalways busy. ()
We always study together. (2)

ambassador
[a nation's highest diplomatic representative (to another government)]
Foreign ambassadors livethe capital city.

amend
[to addorchange (a proposal or law)]
The committee refusedamend its proposal.

ammunition
[the bullets or shells fired from guns]
They could not fight without ammunition.

among
[in or part(a group)]
She was amongstudents who leftschool.

amount
[the number, size or weightanything]
The doctor gave him onlysmall amountmedicine.

anarchy
[()lackorder; (2) lawlessness]
The peaceful protests blockedstreetsproduced anarchy. ()
Anarchy resulted whencity could not stopriots. (2)

ancestor
[a family member frompast]
My ancestors came from Switzerland742.

ancient
[() very old; (2) long ago]
Scientists discoveredancient knifea cave. ()
They readIliad while studying ancient Greece. (2)

and
[() also; (2)addition to; (3) with]
My dog likesrunjump. ()
Fivethree equal eight. (2)
Do you like riceblack beans? (3)

anger
[a strong emotion against someone or something]
The protester's voice was fullanger.

animal
[a living creature that moves, such asdog or cat]
The kangarooa strange animal.

anniversary
[a yearly celebration or observancean event that happenedthe past]
Whenyour wedding anniversary?

announce
[()make known publicly; (2)declare officially]
Who announcedVOA news last night? ()
The president announcedtax cut. (2)

another
[() one more;(2)a different one]
Mayhave another kiss? ()
Let's do this another way. (2)

answer
[()statement produced byquestion; (2)makestatement after being askedquestion]
That was my final answer. ()
She answeredquestion withsmile. (2)

any
[one or moreno special kind]
I do not have any plansleave town.

apologize
[to express regret formistake or accidentwhich one accepts responsibility]
Do not apologizesomeone else's mistake.

appeal
[()takea higher court, person or group fordecision; (2)callsomebodyhelp]
I have appealeddecisiona higher court. ()
The aid organization appealedmore foodwaterflood victims. (2)

appear
[()show oneself; (2)come into sight; (3)seem]
The actor appearedtelevisionthe first time. ()
The ship appeared asfog lifted. (2)
The farmer appearedbe very tired. (3)

appoint
[()name; (2)choose]
The owner appointed Johnheadnew business. ()
The president can appointjudgethe new court. (2)

approve
[()agree with; (2)agreesupport]
The bank approved my loan. ()
I approveyour proposal. (2)

archeology
[the scientific studypast human lifeactivities]
He studied archeologycollege.

area
[any place or partit]
My friend livesthis area.

argue
[()offer reasonsor against something; (2)dispute; (3)disagree]
The President arguedmore aidschools. ()
They argued all day but could not find agreement. (2)
GeorgeAl loveargue about politics. (3)

arms
[() military equipment; (2) weapons]
The rebels got mosttheir arms by taking them from soldiers. ()
We are very concerned aboutspreadnuclear arms. (2)

army
[military ground forces]
The army fightsthe ground.

around
[on every side (of)]
She drove aroundher new car.

arrest
[()seizepersonlegal action; (2)take asprisoner]
The judge ordered policearrest him because he refusedcomecourt. ()
The police arrestedviolent demonstrators. (2)

arrive
[to comea place, especially atenda trip]
The president arrivedTokyoan official visit.

art
[expressions or creations by humans, such as paintings, music, writing or statues]
Muchthe art included paintings stolen during World War II.

artillery
[big guns]
Artillery destroyed mostthe buildingsthe town.

as
[() equally; (2) when; (3) while]
The wild fire spread as fast aswind behind it. ()
As he heardgunshot, he looked atwatchsawwas almost five o'clock. (2)
He watchedanimal asran acrossfield. (3)

ash
[the part left after something burns]
Only ashes were left whenfire passed.

ask
[()question; (2)say somethingwanted]
We askteacher questions every day. ()
The candidate askedpeopletheir votes. (2)

assist
[to help]
The doctor askedmedical studentassist him.

astronaut
[a person who travelsspace]
Astronaut Neil Armstrong wasfirst manwalkthe moon.

astronomy
[the scientific studystarsthe universe]
I study astronomy becauselikelook at stars.

asylum
[political protection given bygovernmenta person from another country]
The refugee askedpolitical asylum.

at
[()or near; (2) where; (3) when]
She sawbear atedgethe forest. ()
Look atbear. (2)
We must go home at noon. (3)

atmosphere
[the gases surrounding any star or planet]
The atmosphereVenusmostly watercarbon dioxide.

attach
[()tie together; (2)connect]
Please attach this name cardyour coat. ()
He attached himselfour group. (2)

attack
[()violent attemptdamage, injure or kill; (2)startfight]
The war started withrebel attackgovernment troops at Charleston, South Carolina. ()
Several men attacked himthe street. (2)

attempt
[()work toward something; (2)try; (3)make an effort]
He attemptedchangelife one step attime. ()
Do not attemptdrive throughflood waters. (2)
You will never write your book if you do not attempt it. (3)

attend
[to be present at]
The president will attendmeeting.

automobile
[()vehicle with wheels usedcarry people; (2)car]
Isbus an automobile? ()
Who inventedautomobile? (2)

autumn
[the timethe year between summerwinter]
The treesautumn are bright redyellow.

average
[() something (a number) representingmiddle; (2) common; (3) normal]
The averagedaily high temperaturesWashingtonJanuaryzero degrees, Celsius. ()
The average amount spentlunch was two dollars. (2)
Johnan average student. (3)

avoid
[to stay away from]
Avoid meatmilk productspreventheart attack.

awake
[not sleeping]
The storm kept everyone awakehours.

award
[an honor or prizean act or service]
Last night, we sawmovie that wonbest picture award.

away
[not near]
The old man came from far away, buthomehere now.

 

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