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SAT考试基础高频词(1)

SAT是Scholastic Aptitude Test的缩写,是申请几乎所有美国大学必须参加的考试。通常,希望继续接受高等教育的高中生需要参加SAT考试,并且SAT考试得分是获取奖学金的重要标准之一。大部分美国大学要求SAT考试作为录取的条件并根据SAT得分授予奖学金。
abrupt
adj. 突然的, 陡峭的
<例> The bus came to an abrupt halt.
<同> sudden, steep

absolute
adj. 完全的,肯定的
<例> I wonder if ever again Americans can have that experience of returning to a home place so intimately known, profoundly felt, deeply loved, and absolutely submitted to?
<同> complete; totally unlimited; certain

absorb
v. 吸收,合并
<例> Absorbed in her child and in the writing of her book, she was sunk in her affection for home.
<同> assimilate or incorporate; suck or drink up; wholly engage

abstract
adj. 抽象的
<例> Among the Plains Indians, two separate strains of decorative art evolved: the figurative, representational art created by the men of the tribe, and the geometric, abstract art crafted by the women.
<同> theoretical; nonrepresentational

abundant
adj. 丰富的,富足的
<例> There is an abundant supply of cheap labour.
<同> plentiful

abuse
n. 滥用, 虐待, 恶习, 辱骂
<例> Across the world, dissidents have used video equipment to gather visual evidence of human rights abuses.
<同> maltreatment, insult

academic
adj. 学术的
<例> I was terrible at school and left with few academic qualifications.
<同> scientific

access
n. 通路, 入口, 接近
<例> Queens had access to power not only through their husbands but also through churchmen and secular officials whom they patronized.
<同> entrance, approach

accessible
adj. 可得到的
<例> Reproduction fatally weakens the force of art, reducing its presence to mere information and thus rendering it accessible in a way that makes it easy to miss the point of it.
<同> obtainable

accomplish
v. 完成, 达到, 实现
<例> He nevertheless, at the end of six months, accepted his sister’s permanent presence as an accomplished fact.
<同> complete; achieve

accord
n. 一致
<例> They were in accord to the man’s opinion.
<同> agreement

accumulate
v. 积聚, 堆积
<例> New rock is born as layer after layer of dust accumulates on the bottom.
<同> amass; compile; hoard

autobiography
n. 自传
<例> In his autobiography Douglass describes his journey from "the prison house of slavery" to the North and the abolitionist movement.
<同> biography

banquet
n. 宴会
<例> Last night he attended a state banquet at Buckingham Palace.
<同> feast

bare
adj. 裸的, 坦率的
<例> She had bare arms and a bare neck.
<同> naked, bald

bargain
v. 讲价, 交易
<例> The treaty was based on a bargain between the French and German governments. negotiate,
<同> haggle

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