10-My_Autobiography

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  1. autobiography
    • [ˌɔtəbaiˈɔgrəfi]
    • n.自传
    • The biography of a person written by that person.
  2. conceive
    • [kəˈsiːv]
    • v.构思
    • To form or develop in the mind; devise
  3. bold
    • [bəuld]
    • 大胆的
    • Requiring or exhibiting courage and bravery; brave
  4. arduous
    • [ˈaːdjuəs]
    • 艰巨的
    • Demanding great effort or labor; difficult
  5. commit
    • [kəˈmit]
    • v.犯(罪,错)
    • To do,perform,or perpetrate犯,实行
  6. inclination
    • [ˌinkliˈneiʃən]
    • n.倾向
    • A tendency toward a certain condition or character
  7. custom
    • [ˈkʌstəm]
    • n.习惯,习俗
    • A habitual practice of a person
  8. company
    • [ˈkʌmpəni]
    • n.同伴
    • One's companions or associates
  9. care
    • [kɛə]
    • n.留心
    • Close attention; painstaking application
  10. guarding against
    • [gaːdiŋ əgenst]
    • 提防
  11. surprise
    • [səˈpraiz]
    • v.袭击
    • To attack or capture suddenly and without warning
  12. inattention
    • [ˌinəˈtenʃən]
    • n.疏忽
    • Lack of attention,notice,or regard.
  13. at length
    • [æt leŋθ]
    • 最后
    • After some time; eventually;For a considerable time; fully
  14. speculative
    • [ˈspekjulətiv]
    • 推导的,推断的
    • Of,characterized by,or based upon contemplative speculation.theoretical
  15. conviction
    • [kənˈvikʃən]
    • n.深信,确信
    • A fixed or strong belief.See Synonyms at opinion
  16. virtuous
    • ['vəːtjuəs]
    • 有德行的
    • Having or showing virtue,especially moral excellence
  17. slip
    • [slip]
    • v.犯过失,滑
    • To fall into fault or error.
  18. contrary
    • ['kɔntrəri]
    • 反面的
    • Opposite in direction or position
  19. rectitude
    • [ˈrektitjuːd]
    • n.正直,笔直
    • Moral uprightness
  20. contrive
    • [kənˈtraiv]
    • v.创造发明
    • To plan with cleverness or ingenuity; devise
  21. enumerations
    • [iˌnjuːməˈreiʃən]
    • n.列举
    • count off or name one by one; list
  22. catalogue
    • [ˈkætəlɔg]
    • n.目录
  23. annex
    • [ə'neks]
    • v.并吞,附加
    • To append or attach,especially to a larger or more significant thing.
  24. precept
    • [ˈpriːsept]
    • n.规则,原则
    • A rule or principle prescribing a particular course of action or conduct
  25. extent
    • [iksˈtent]
    • n.范围,程度
    • The range,magnitude,or distance over which a thing extends
  26. dullness
    • [ˈdʌlnis]
    • n.迟钝,钝度
    • Lacking responsiveness or alertness; insensitive
  27. elevation
    • [ˌeliˈveiʃən]
    • n.提高,高尚
    • To lift the spirits of; elate.See Synonyms at lift
  28. trifling
    • [ˈtraifliŋ]
    • 微不足道的
    • Of slight worth or importance.See Synonyms at trivial
  29. frugality
    • [fru(ː)ˈgæliti]
    • n. 节俭,俭省
    • Practicing or marked by economy,as in the expenditure of money or the use of material resources.See Synonyms at sparing
  30. industry
    • [ˈindəstri]
    • n.勤奋
    • Energetic devotion to a task or an endeavor; diligence
  31. sincerity
    • [sinˈseriti]
    • n.真诚
    • The quality or condition of being sincere; genuineness,honesty,and freedom from duplicity.
  32. moderation
    • [ˈmɔdəˈreiʃən]
    • n.中庸,适度
    • Being within reasonable limits; not excessive or extreme
  33. resent
    • [riˈzənt]
    • v.生气,憎恶,怨恨
    • To feel indignantly aggrieved at.
  34. cleanliness
    • [ˈklenlinis]
    • n.清洁
  35. tranquillity
    • [ˈtræŋkwiliti]
    • n.安宁
    • Free from commotion or disturbance
  36. chastity
    • [ˈtʃæstiti]
    • n.贞洁
  37. venery
    • [ˈvenəri]
    • n.纵欲
    • Indulgence in or pursuit of sexual activity
  38. humility
    • [hjuːˈmiliti]
    • n.谦逊
    • The quality or condition of being humble.
  39. imitate
    • [ˈimiteit]
    • v.仿效,效法
    • To use or follow as a model.
  40. habitude
    • [ˈhæbitjuːd]
    • n.习性
    • A habitual tendency or way of behaving.See Synonyms at habit
  41. distract
    • [disˈtrækt]
    • v. 分散,转移
    • To cause to turn away from the original focus of attention or interest; divert.
  42. facilitate
    • [fəˈsiliteit]
    • v.促进
    • To make easy or easier
  43. vigilance
    • [ˈvidʒiləns]
    • n.警惕,警戒
    • Alert watchfulness.
  44. unremitting
    • [ˈʌnriˈmitiŋ]
    • 不懈的
    • Never slackening; persistent.
  45. perpetual
    • [pəˈpetjuəl]
    • 永久的
    • lasting for an indefinitely long time.adj.
  46. temptation
    • [tempˈteiʃən]
    • n.诱惑,诱惑物
    • attraction,allurement,enticement or invitation
  47. prattling
    • [ˈprætl]
    • n.闲聊或瞎扯
    • Idle or meaningless chatter; babble.
  48. punning
    • [pʌniŋ]
    • n. 双关语
    • A play on words,sometimes on different senses of the same word and sometimes on the similar sense or sound of different words.
  49. trifling
    • [ˈtraifliŋ]
    • 懒散的,轻佻的
    • Frivolous or idle.
  50. habitual
    • [həˈbitʃuəl]
    • 习惯性的
    • Being such by force of habit
  51. endeavor
    • [inˈdevə]
    • n.努力,尽力
    • A conscientious or concerted effort toward an end; an earnest attemptPurposeful or industrious activity; enterprise.
  52. affluence
    • [ˈæfluəns]
    • n.富裕,富足
    • A plentiful supply of material goods; wealth.
  53. agreeably to
    • [əˈgriəbli]
    • 照,应,依
  54. conceive
    • [kənˈsiːv]
    • vt. 构思,持有
    • vi. 怀孕,考虑,设想
  55. verses
    • [vəːs]
    • n.韵文
    • Metrical or rhymed composition as distinct from prose; poetry.
  56. conduct
    • [ˈkɔndʌkt]
    • v.引导
    • To lead or guide.
  57. allott
    • [əˈlɔt]
    • v.分配
    • To assign as a portion; allocate
  58. rule
    • [ruːl]
    • v.划线,画格
    • To mark with straight parallel lines.
  59. spot
    • [spɔt]
    • n.污渍,污点
    • stain or blot n.污渍,污点,地点,场所,现场
  60. successively
    • [səkˈsesivli]
    • 接连着,继续地
    • Following in uninterrupted order; consecutive
  61. guard
    • [gaːd]
    • n.守卫,警戒
    • Protection; watch
  62. offense
    • [əˈfens]
    • n.违反,冒犯
    • A violation or an infraction of a moral or social code; a transgression or a sin.
  63. chance
    • [tʃæːns]
    • n.可能性
  64. venture
    • [ˈventʃə]
    • v.冒险
    • To brave the dangers of
  65. weed
    • [wiːd]
    • n.杂草
    • A plant considered undesirable,unattractive,or troublesome,especially one growing where it is not wanted,as in a garden.
  66. eradicate
    • [iˈrædikeit]
    • v.根除,清除
    • To get rid of as if by tearing up by the roots扑灭,根绝
  67. herb
    • [həːb]
    • n.草,药草,香草
    • A plant whose stem does not produce woody,persistent tissue and generally dies back at the end of each growing season.
  68. bed
    • [bed]
    • n.(花)坛
    • A small plot of cultivated or planted land坛 a flower bed. 一个花坛
  69. enter upon
    • [entə əˈpɔːn]
    • 开始,着手
    • To set out on,begin;To begin considering,take up
  70. intermission
    • [ˌintəˈmiʃən]
    • v.间断,停顿
    • To suspend or cause to suspend activity temporarily or periodically.
  71. diminish
    • [diˈminiʃ]
    • v.减少,减损
    • To make smaller or less or to cause to appear so
  72. renew
    • [riˈnjuː]
    • v.使更新,修复
    • To make new or as if new again; restore
  73. scrape
    • [skreip]
    • v.刮除,擦掉
  74. ivory
    • [ˈaivəri]
    • n.象牙
    • A tusk,especially an elephant's tusk
  75. leaves
    • [liːvz]
    • n. 叶片
    • Plural of leaf
    • leaf:A very thin sheet of material,especially metal
  76. memorandum
    • [ˌmeməˈrændəm]
    • n. 备忘录,便笺
    • A short note written as a reminder.
  77. strain
    • [strein]
    • n.变形
    • Physics A deformation produced by stress
  78. leading pencil
    • [liːdiŋ pensl]
    • n.铅笔
  79. sponge
    • [spʌndʒ]
    • n.海绵
    • Any of numerous aquatic,chiefly marine invertebrate animals of the phylum Porifera,characteristically having a porous skeleton composed of fibrous material or siliceous or calcareous spicules and often forming irregularly shaped colonies attached to an underwater surface
  80. multiplicity
    • [ˌmʌltiˈplisiti]
    • n.大量
    • large number
  81. scheme
    • [skiːm]
    • n.计划
    • A systematic plan of action,scheme
  82. disposition
    • [dispəˈziʃən]
    • n.安排,布置
    • ,配置,部署
    • Arrangement,positioning,or distribution
  83. journeyman
    • [ˈdʒəːnimən]
    • n.满师学徒工,熟手
    • An experienced and competent but undistinguished worker
  84. printer
    • [ˈprintə]
    • n.印刷工
    • One that prints,especially one whose occupation is printing
  85. observe
    • [əbˈzəːv]
    • v.遵守
    • To adhere to or abide by
  86. receive
    • [riˈsiːv]
    • v.接待
    • To greet or welcome
  87. attend
    • [əˈtend]
    • v.(作为结果)伴随
    • To accompany as a circumstance or follow as a result
  88. want
    • [wɔnt]
    • n.缺少,短缺
    • lack
  89. vex
    • [veks]
    • v.使麻烦,使烦恼
    • To annoy,as with petty importunities; bother.See Synonyms at annoy
  90. amendment
    • [əˈmendmənt]
    • n.改进,改善,修正案
    • The act of changing for the better; improvement
  91. relapse
    • [riˈlæps]
    • n.回复原状,重陷
    • A falling back into a former state,especially after apparent improvement.
  92. consent
    • [kənˈsent]
    • v.同意,赞成,答应
    • To give assent,as to the proposal of another; agree.See Synonyms at assent
  93. fatigue
    • [fəˈtiːg]
    • v.疲劳
    • Physical or mental weariness resulting from exertion.
  94. speckled
    • [ˈspekl]
    • 斑点的
    • A speck or small spot,especially a natural dot of color on skin,plumage,or foliage.
    • 弄上斑点,弄成斑纹,沾上斑点
  95. exact
    • [igˈzækt]
    • v.强求,索取
    • To demand and obtain by or as if by force or authority
  96. foppery
    • [ˈfɔpəri]
    • n.纨绔习气,愚蠢
    • The dress or manner of a fop:A man who is preoccupied with and often vain about his clothes and manners; a dandy.
  97. benevolent
    • [biˈnevələnt]
    • 慈善的
    • Of,concerned with,or organized for the benefit of charity
  98. countenance
    • ['kauntinəns]
    • n.赞同的表情,支持,鼓励
    • Support or approval; A look or expression indicative of encouragement or of moral support
  99. incorrigible
    • [inˈkɔridʒəbl]
    • 根深蒂固的;难以纠正的
    • Firmly rooted; ineradicable
  100. sensibly
    • [ˈsensəbli]
    • 明显地,敏感地
    • Perceptible by the senses or by the mind.
  101. mend
    • [mend]
    • v.改正
    • To reform or correct
  102. legible
    • [ˈledʒəbl]
    • 清楚的,易读的
    • Plainly discernible; apparent
  103. posterity
    • [pɔsˈteriti]
    • n.子孙后代
    • All of a person's descendants.
  104. artifice
    • [ˈaːtifis]
    • n.技巧,机智,诡计
    • Cleverness or skill; ingenuity.
  105. felicity
    • [fiˈlisiti]
    • n.幸福,极乐
    • Great happiness; bliss.
  106. reflection
    • [riˈflekʃən]
    • n.映象,倒影
    • image of (an object); mirror
  107. resignation
    • [ˌrezigˈneiʃən]
    • n.听任,放弃辞职
    • Unresisting acceptance of something as inescapable; submission.See Synonyms at patience
  108. ascribe
    • [əsˈkraib]
    • vt. 归因于,归咎于
    • To attribute to a specified cause,source,or origin
  109. confer
    • [kənˈfəː]
    • v.授予,赋予
    • To bestow (an honor,for example)
  110. evenness
    • [ˈivənnis]
    • n.平均,平等,平坦
  111. acquaintance
    • [əˈkweintns]
    • n.熟人
    • A person whom one knows.
    • 熟人
    • Knowledge or information about something or someone.
    • 认识,了解
    • Knowledge of a person acquired by a relationship less intimate than friendship.
    • 认识,相识,了解
  112. reap
    • [riːp]
    • v.收割,收获
    • To cut (grain or pulse) for harvest with a scythe,sickle,or reaper.

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