雅仔 發問於 社會及文化語言 · 1 十年 前

The most difficult words?

Can you give me five the most difficult words,please!!!!!

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And the meaning.

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  • 1 十年 前
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    小六學的:

    ★1.roisterer

    n.

    1. 擺架子的人

    2. 喝酒喧鬧的人

    ★2.technology

    n.

    1. 工藝學;工藝,技術[C][U]

    Many people call the age we live in the age of technology.

    許多人把我們生活的時代叫做工業技術時代。

    2. 術語,專門語[U]

    ★3.capable

    a.

    1. 有...的能力,能夠(做)...的[F][(+of)]

    2. 有能力的,能幹的,有才華的

    He is a very capable administrator.

    他是個十分能幹的行政人員。

    3. 有...的可能性,做得出...的[F][(+of)]

    ★4.anoint

    vt.

    1. (用油或軟膏等)塗;擦[(+with)]

    He anointed the sunburned places with cold cream.

    他用冷霜塗被太陽炙傷的地方。

    2. (宗教儀式上)抹油使神聖化

    ★5.century

    n.[C]

    1. 世紀;一百年

    We live in the twentieth century.

    我們生活在二十世紀。

    2. 【板】(尤指一個運動員在同一局取得的)一百分

    中一學的:

    ★1.chinwag

    n.

    1. 會話,交談;閒聊

    ★2.customhouse

    n.

    1. 海關

    ★3.awanting

    a.

    1. 【古】缺乏的

    ★4.academic probation

    ph.

    1. 留校察看, 試讀以觀後效 (學生由于學業成績不佳, 可受留校察看處置, 如果試讀一段時間, 仍然沒有起色, 即行開除)

    ★5.academicism

    n.

    1. 學院派;學院風氣

    大學學的:

    ★1.cnidoblast

    n.

    1. 【生】刺細胞(腔腸動物的防禦器,生於體壁的外層)

    ★2.familiarization

    n.

    1. 熟悉;通曉;普及[U]

    His familiarization with several operating systems made him the best candidate for this position.

    由於熟悉好幾種操作系統,他成了這個職位的最佳候選人。

    ★3.vocalization

    n.

    1. 發聲;有聲化

    2. 【語】母音化;濁化

    ★4.drome

    n.

    1. 【口】飛機場

    ★5.troublesome

    a.

    1. 令人煩惱的;討厭的

    He is a troublesome child.

    他是一個令人頭痛的孩子。

    2. 麻煩的,棘手的,困難的

    夠深未?

    資料來源: me啊~呠~呠~><>3
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  • 1 十年 前

    你好,我个人非常认同 {Jacky}Suzuki 所说的 difficult 不 difficult 是很主观的,所以我也来写一些我平时比较会少用的字给你看咯,不知道你会不会觉得深或难的呢?

    1) comestible

    - (Adjective) 可食的

    - (Noun) 食物/食品 <--- 通常用在 plural form 的

    2) perseverance

    - (Noun) 坚持不懈/不屈不挠

    3) predicament

    - (Noun) 尴尬的处境/困境

    4) extricate

    - (Verb) 释放/解救/使摆脱

    5) disenchantment

    (Noun) 觉醒,指不再抱有幻想的感觉觉悟

    更加少看到或用到的。。。

    6) xenotransplantation

    - (Noun) 异种(生物)器官(向人体之)移植

    7) Weltanschauung

    - (Noun) 世界观

    8) quadragenarian

    - (Adjective) 40岁的/40岁至50岁之间的

    - (Noun) 40岁的人/40多岁的人

    9) lackadaisical

    - (Adjective) 无精打采的/懒散的

    10) eccentrically

    - (Adverb) 古怪地/离奇地

    希望能帮到你咯。。。: )

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  • 1 十年 前

    其實Difficult 唔 DIFFICULT系好主觀既, 我俾幾個字,睇下哪些你不認識架啦.

    Barbiturate (noun) a powerful drug that makes you feel calm and relaxed or puts you to sleep. 【化】巴必妥酸鹽

    barbed wire (noun) strong wire with short sharp points on it, used especially for fences: a barbed wire fence. 有刺鐵絲網

    cavalry (noun) (usually the cavalry) (in the past) the part of the army that fought on horses; the part of the modern army that uses armoured vehicles 騎兵,騎兵部隊: The cavalry charged up the hill to engage the rebels.

    cacophony (noun) (formal) a mixture of loud unpleasant sounds 雜音

    dilate (transitive verb) to become wider or larger 擴大;使膨脹; swell to speak or write in detail (on or upon a subject) 詳述;細說

    affidavit (noun) [law] a written statement that you swear is true, and that can be used as evidence in court 【律】宣誓書;口供書

    cardsharp (noun) [ also cardshaper] {informal} a professional cheater at cards 以詐術賭紙牌為生者

    foliage (noun) the leaces of a tree of plant, leaves and branches together: dense green foliage 【書】葉,葉子,簇葉

    herb (noun ) 1 a plant whose leaves, flowers or seeds are used to flavour food, in medicines or for their pleasant smell. Parsley, mint and oregano are all herbs: a herb garden (NAmE) an herb garden 草本植物

    2 (technical) a plant with a soft stem that dies down after flowering 芳草;藥草

    Ku Klux Klan (noun) (abbr. KKK) a secret organization of white men in the southern states of the US who use violence to oppose social change and equal rights for black people

    larynx (noun) (anatomy) the area at the top of the throat that contains the vocal cords = voice box 【解】喉頭

    mischievous (adj.)1 enjoying playing tricks and annoying people naughty: a mischievous boy a mischievous grin / smile / look Her eyes danced with mischievous amusement. 惡作劇的;調皮的,淘氣的

    2 (formal) (of an action or a statement) causing trouble, such as damaging sb’s reputation: mischievous lies / gossip 有害的;惡意傷人的

    mischievously (adv.)

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