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  1. Before heading to work at a bingo hall, Cannon had a premonition   [ˏprimə`nɪʃən].
    a strange and unexplainable feeling that something, especially something unpleasant, is going to happen 〔尤指不祥的〕預感﹐預兆
  2. Jesse often bloodshot [`blʌdˏʃɑt] eyes and acted sleepy and incoherent [ˏɪnko`hɪrənt]  .
    1. bloodshot eyes are slightly reddish in colour 〔眼睛〕充血的﹐有血絲的

    2. thoughts, ideas etc that are incoherent are very badly expressed or badly arranged and are difficult to understand 〔思想﹑觀點等〕條理不清的; 紊亂的

    speaking unclearly 言語不清的
  3. There were other, more worrisome signs: her once cheerful son had become easily aggravated [ˋægrə͵veitid]  , he smelled like an alkaline battery that had exploded.
    1. making you anxious 【正式】令人焦慮的

    2. (病情、事態等)嚴重化的;加重的
  4. There were other, more worrisome signs: her once cheerful son had become easily aggravated [ˋægrə͵veitid]  , he smelled like an alkaline battery that had exploded.
    to make someone feel happier or more confident 振奮…的精神; 鼓舞
  5. I guess you could call it a mother's intuition   [ˏɪntjʋ`ɪʃən].
    the ability to understand or know something by using your feelings rather than by carefully considering the facts 直覺力
  6. It is synthetic drugs, also known as legal highs or designer drugs.
  7. Five years ago, these substances were virtually unheard of.
    1. ALMOST 實際上﹐事實上; 差不多

    2. 從未聽說的;不為人所知的
  8. They are spreading to eager buyers everywhere at an unprecedented [ʌn`prɛsəˏdɛntɪd] speed.
    never having happened before, or never having happened so much 空前的﹐前所未有的
  9. Faced with their rapid proliferation ,[proˏlɪfə`reʃən],  legislators [`lɛdʒɪsˏletɚ] are looking for ways to respond.
    1. a rapid increase in the amount or number of something 〔數量〕激增; 擴散

    2. someone who has the power to make laws or belongs to an institution that makes laws 立法者﹐立法機關成員
  10. "We have to be as sophisticated as the crooks [krʋk]," says Senator  [ˋsenətə] Amy, who has introduced a bill to make it easier to prosecute synthetic-drug crimes.
    1. someone who is dishonest 【非正式】騙子﹐無賴

    2. 參議員

    3. to formally present a new law to be discussed and voted on, especially in the British parliament 〔尤指在英國議會﹐將一項新法律〕提交討論
  11. Synthetics are chemical compounds designed to mimic  [`mɪmɪk] the effects of naturally occurring drugs like marijuana and cocaine.
    to copy the way someone speaks or behaves, especially in order to make people laugh 模仿〔某人的言行﹐尤指為了逗樂〕﹐學…的樣子
  12. The chemists tweak  [twik] the formula slightly to make a new substance that purports [pɝ`pɔrt]  to be legal.
    1. (a) Matthew tweaked her nose .   馬修揑了她的鼻子。

    1. (b) to make small changes to a machine, vehicle, or system in order to improve the way it works 對〔機器﹑汽車或系統〕作小小的改進


    2. purport to be/be purported to be -formal -to claim to be something, and give the impression that it is true, even if it is not 【正式】聲稱是…﹐據稱是…﹐像是…
  13. Buoyed  /bɔɪ/ by a promise that he'd stopped using K2, Cannon went to visit Jesse at his new job.
    to make someone feel happier or more confident 振奮…的精神; 鼓舞
  14. Stimulants [`stɪmjələnt] come in white powders that can be snorted  [snɔrt] , swallowed or injected to achieve a cocaine high.
    1. a drug or substance that makes you feel more active and full of energy 興奮劑[藥]; 引起興奮的物質

    2. to take drugs by breathing them in through your nose 【俚】用鼻吸入〔毒品〕
  15. They are typically sprayed on an inert [ɪn`ɝt] , leafy plant that users buy and smoke.
    1. not having the strength or power to move 無力活動的

    2. having a lot of leaves 多葉的
  16. The increasing legalization of pot may further burnish [`bɝnɪʃ] the myth that these chemicals are harmless.
    1. old-fashioned -MARIJUANA 【過時】大麻

    2. to polish metal until it shines 打磨﹐拋光擦亮; 使光滑

    3. an idea or story that many people believe, but which is not true 〔許多人相信但不真實的〕荒誕傳說﹐無根據的觀念
  17. Emergency rooms have reported synthetic-related kidney failure, seizures [`siʒɚ]  and psychoses [saɪ`kosi:z].
    1. a sudden attack of an illness, for example a HEART ATTACK 〔心臟病等疾病的〕突然發作

    2. a serious mental illness that can change your character and make you unable to behave in a normal way 精神病﹐精神失常
  18. Synthetic pot appeals to some users because it can evade [ɪ`ved] detection by urine tests.
    1. 有吸引力,迎合愛好[W][(+to)]

    2. 逃避 evade your responsibilities/duty/problems

    3. 發現,發覺;偵查;探知[U]
  19. The relatively low price of cannabinoids has helped them make inroads with teens.
    侵犯,損害

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