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Please use english to tell me the meaning and give the 例句(english):

suppose:

refined:

sensitive:

spread:

gazed:

absolutely:

captivated:

feast

impress:

jealous

superb

cunning

flattered

beyond

indeed

concentrate

gaudy

distracting

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  • 1 十年前
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    suppose:

    1a) used to say you think something is true, although you are uncertain about it [= I guess]:

    I suppose you're right.

    b) used when agreeing to let someone do something, especially when you do not really want to [= I guess]:

    'Can we come with you?' 'Oh, I suppose so.'

    refined:

    1 [usually before noun]a substance that is refined has been made pure by an industrial process:

    refined sugar/oil/petroleum

    2someone who is refined is polite and seems to be well-educated or to belong to a high social class - sometimes used humorously:

    a refined way of speaking

    sensitive:

    1understanding people :able to understand other people's feelings and problems [≠ insensitive]:

    a sensitive and intelligent young man

    spread:

    1affect more people/places [intransitive and transitive] if something spreads or is spread, it becomes larger or moves so that it affects more people or a larger area:

    Fire quickly spread through the building.

    gazed:

    [intransitive always + adverb/preposition]

    to look at someone or something for a long time, giving it all your attention, often without realizing you are doing so [= stare]:

    Nell was still gazing out of the window.

    absolutely:

    1 completely and in every way:

    He made his reasons for resigning absolutely clear.

    captivated:

    [transitive]

    to attract someone very much, and hold their attention:

    He was captivated by her beauty.

    feast:

    1a large meal where a lot of people celebrate a special occasion [↪ banquet]:

    a wedding feast

    2 a very good large meal:

    all the ingredients for a spaghetti feast

    impress:

    1 [not in progressive]to make someone feel admiration and respect:

    Steve borrowed his dad's sports car to impress his girlfriend.

    jealous:

    1 feeling angry and unhappy because someone has something that you wish you had:

    Why are you so jealous of his success?

    superb:

    [no comparative]

    extremely good [= excellent]:

    The food was superb.

    cunning:

    1someone who is cunning is clever and good at deceiving people in order to get what they want [= crafty]:

    a cunning opponent

    2behaviour or actions that are cunning are clever but dishonest and unfair, and are used to get what you want:

    a cunning plan

    flattered:

    [not before noun]

    pleased because someone has shown you that they like or admire you:

    We were flattered by all the attention.

    beyond:

    1on or to the further side of something:

    They crossed the mountains and headed for the valleys beyond.

    2 later than a particular time, date etc [= after]:

    What changes await us in the coming year and beyond?

    indeed:

    1 [sentence adverb] used to emphasize a statement or answer:

    The blood tests prove that Vince is indeed the father.

    concentrate:

    1 [intransitive]to think very carefully about something that you are doing:

    Now please concentrate.

    gaudy:

    clothes, colours etc that are gaudy are too bright and look cheap - used to show disapproval:

    gaudy jewelry

    distracting :

    [transitive]

    to take someone's attention away from something by making them look at or listen to something else:

    Try not to distract the other students.

    資料來源: LONGMAN dICTIONARY OF CONTEMPORARY ENGLISH UPDATED EDITION
  • B747
    Lv 7
    1 十年前

    suppose

    1.to assume (something), as for the sake of argument or as part of a proposition or theory:

    例句 Suppose the distance to be one mile. 2.to consider (something) as a possibility suggested or an idea or plan proposed:

    例句 Suppose we wait until tomorrow.

    3.to believe or assume as true; take for granted:

    例句 It is supposed that his death was an accident.

    refine

    1.to bring to a fine or a pure state; free from impurities: to refine metal, sugar, or petroleum.

    2.to purify from what is coarse, vulgar, or debasing; make elegant or cultured.

    例句 to refine on one's previous work.

    sensitive

    1.endowed with sensation; having perception through the senses. 2.readily or excessively affected by external agencies or influences.

    例句 a person who is sensitive.

    spread

    1.to draw, stretch, or open out, esp. over a flat surface, as something rolled or folded (often fol. by out). 2.to stretch out or unfurl in the air, as folded wings, a flag, etc. (often fol. by out).

    例句 to admit of being spread or applied in a thin layer, as a soft substance: Margarine spreads easily.

    gazed

    to look steadily and intently, as with great curiosity, interest, pleasure, or wonder.

    例句 at gaze, Heraldry. (of a deer or deerlike animal) represented as seen from the side with the head looking toward the spectator: a stag at gaze.

    absolutely

    without exception; completely; wholly; entirely

    例句 You are absolutely right.

    captivated

    to attract and hold the attention or interest of, as by beauty or excellence; enchant:

    例句 Her blue eyes and red hair captivated him.

    feast

    any rich or abundant meal:

    例句 The steak dinner was a feast.

    impress

    to affect deeply or strongly in mind or feelings; influence in opinion:

    例句 He impressed us as a sincere young man.

    jealous

    feeling resentment against someone because of that person's rivalry, success, or advantages

    例句 He was jealous of his rich brother.

    superb

    admirably fine or excellent; extremely good:

    例句 a superb performance.

    cunning

    to be able to; have the ability, power, or skill to:

    例句 The weaver's hand lost its cunning.

    flattered

    To compliment excessively and often insincerely, especially in order to win favor.

    例句 To please or gratify the vanity of: "What really flatters a man is that you think him worth flattering" (George Bernard Shaw).

    beyond

    on, at, or to the farther side of:

    例句 Beyond those trees you'll find his house.

    indeed

    in fact; in reality; in truth; truly (used for emphasis, to confirm and amplify a previous statement, to indicate a concession or admission, or, interrogatively, to obtain confirmation):

    例句 ndeed, it did rain as hard as predicted. Did you indeed finish the work?

    concentrate

    to bring or draw to a common center or point of union; converge; direct toward one point; focus:

    例句 to concentrate one's attention on a problem

    gaudy

    brilliantly or excessively showy:

    例句 gaudy plumage.

    distracting

    To cause to turn away from the original focus of attention or interest; divert.

    資料來源: Dictionary
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