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predial/['pri:diəl]/ a。 土地的, 不动产的, 田地的, 乡村的。。。

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baby

[a newly born creature]

Mary had a baby last night.

back

[(1) the part behind the front; (2) the other way from forward]

The writer's picture is on the back of the book. (1)

She stopped walking away and looked back at me. (2)

bad

[(1) wrong; (2) acting against the law; (3) not good]

Bill made a bad decision. (1)

The prisoner was a bad man for most of his life. (2)

The water was dirty and had a bad taste. (3)

balance

[to make two sides or forces equal]

I balanced my budget by not spending more than I earned.

ball

[something round]

The earth is shaped like a ball.

balloon

[a device of strong, light material that rises when filled with gas lighter than air]

Many hot air balloons race in New Mexico each year.

ballot

[a piece of paper used for voting]

I was asked to count the ballots and announce the winner.

ban

[(1) to not permit; (2) to stop; (3) an official restriction]

Running is banned at our swimming pool. (1)

The curfew bans all night time travel. (2)

The protestors called for a ban on smoking in public buildings. (3)

bank

[an organization that keeps and lends money]

The man said he robbed banks because that is where the money is.

bar

[to prevent or block]

He was barred from competing in the games because he used illegal drugs.

barrier

[anything that blocks or makes an action difficult]

The voting rights law removes most racial barriers to voting.

base

[(1) a military center; (2) to establish as a fact]

My brother is at a military training base. (1)

Her research was based on experiments. (2)

battle

[a fight between opposing armed forces]

Southern forces won the battle but lost the war.

be

[(1) to live; (2) to happen; (3) to exist]

The man is very sick and will not be here much longer. (1)

The wedding will be soon. (2)

Washington, D.C., has been the capital for 200 years. (3)

beat

[to hit again and again]

The prison guards denied they beat the prisoner.

beauty

[that which pleases the eye, ear or spirit]

All fell silent at the beauty of the mountains.

because

[for the reason that]

He left because he was sick.

become

[to come to be]

When did he become sick?

bed

[a sleeping place]

The bed was so hard that I could not sleep.

before

[earlier]

Bill ate before he went to work.

begin

[(1) to do the first part of an action; (2) to start]

He began to laugh when he saw me. (1)

A long walk begins with one step. (2)

behind

[(1) at the back of; (2) in back of]

Our fastest runner was far behind the leader. (1)

I live behind that hill. (2)

believe

[(1) to think; (2) to feel sure of; (3) to accept as true; (4) to trust]

I believe it may rain tonight. (1)

Jim believes his friend is a good writer. (2)

The lawyer believed the suspect's statement. (3)

We believe in God. (4)

bell

[an instrument that makes a musical sound]

Jim says he likes the sound of a church bell.

belong

[(1) to be owned by; (2) to be a member of]

That book belongs to my sister. (1)

My brother belongs to the Boy Scouts. (2)

below

[lower than]

The temperature outside is below freezing.

best

[the most good]

All of our singers are good but Lisa is best.

betray

[(1) to turn against; (2) to be false to]

The spy betrayed his country. (1)

The boy betrayed his mother's trust in him. (2)

better

[more good than]

Zach is a better baseball player than Al.

between

[(1) in the space or time that separates; (2) from one to the other]

I would like to meet with you between two and three o'clock. (1)

Secret talks between the two nations produced an agreement. (2)

big

[(1) of great size; (2) not small]

Texas is a big state. (1)

Melissa was a big baby. (2)

bill

[a legislative proposal]

To become law, a bill must be approved by both houses of Congress and signed by the President.

biology

[the scientific study of life or living things in all their forms]

My school requires one year of study each of biology, physics and chemistry.

bird

[a creature that flies]

I watched the bird fly away until I could no longer see it.

bite

[to cut with the teeth]

My dog sounds aggressive but he will not bite you.

black

[(1) dark; (2) having the color like that of the night sky]

I first saw him on a black and stormy night. (1)

The doctor arrived in a big black car. (2)

blame

[(1) to accuse; (2) to hold responsible]

The police blamed him for the crime. (1)

Don't blame me for your bad decision. (2)

blanket

[a cloth cover used to keep warm]

The flood refugees needed food and warm blankets.

bleed

[to lose blood]

Do you know how to stop your nose from bleeding?

blind

[not able to see]

Being blind did not keep him from becoming a famous singer.

block

[(1) to stop something from being done; (2) to prevent movement]

He blocked any attempt to become friends. (1)

A truck accident blocked the road for an hour. (2)

blood

[red fluid in the body]

A blood test is usually part of a yearly medical examination.

blow

[to move with force, as in air]

The wind blows the autumn leaves.

blue

[having the color like that of a clear sky]

My son has blue eyes.

boat

[something built to travel on water that carries people or goods]

I like to fish from a boat.

body

[(1) all of a person or animal; (2) the remains of a person or animal]

Exercise can improve anyone's body. (1)

Police found five bodies buried beneath the house. (2)

boil

[to heat a liquid until it becomes very hot]

Boil one cup of water, add frozen vegetables and cook for five minutes.

bomb

[(1) a device that explodes with great force; (2) to attack or destroy with bombs]

The bomb exploded outside the building. (1)

The warplanes bombed enemy missile launchers. (2)

bone

[the hard material in the body]

The girl broke a bone in her wrist when she fell.

book

[a long written work for reading]

The professor has written six books about East Asia.

border

[a dividing line between nations]

Many new factories have been built across the border in Mexico.

(be) born

[(1) to come to life; (2) to come into existence]

When were you born? (1)

The American Revolution was born in Massachusetts. (2)

borrow

[to take as a loan]

The bank refused to let me borrow any more money.

both

[not just one of two, but the two together]

Both of us were educated at the University of Virginia.

bottle

[a container, usually made of glass, to hold liquid]

He drank the last bottle of water.

bottom

[the lowest part of something]

The damaged submarine is still at the bottom of the ocean.

box

[something to put things into]

Put the old books in that box.

boy

[a young male person]

The boys played together after school.

boycott

[to refuse to take part in or deal with]

The farm workers union called for a boycott of vegetables picked by foreign workers.

brain

[the control center of thought, emotions and body activity of all creatures]

Scientists continue to discover new information about the chemistry of the brain.

brave

[having no fear]

Leaving home was a brave decision.

bread

[a food made from grain]

We have bread at every meal.

break

[(1) to divide into parts by force; (2) to destroy]

The glass broke into many pieces. (1)

Years of hard work broke his health, but it did not break his spirit. (2)

breathe

[to take air into the body and let it out again]

Breathe deeply before you begin your speech.

bridge

[a structure built over a waterway, valley or road so people and vehicles can cross from one side to the other]

The city needs a new bridge across the river.

brief

[(1) short; (2) not long]

Many people wish to speak, so please keep your comments brief. (1)

The car slowed down briefly, then speeded up. (2)

bright

[(1) giving much light; (2) strong and clear in color]

Bright sunlight hurts my eyes. (1)

The new grass is bright green. (2)

bring

[to come with something]

Sam will bring Tracy to the party.

broadcast

[(1) to send information, stories or music by radio or television; (2) a radio or television program]

VOA broadcasts the news in Special English. (1)

The Special English broadcast can be heard almost everywhere. (2)

brother

[a male with the same father or mother as another person]

I have three brothers, but no sisters.

brown

[having the color like that of coffee]

Richard has brown hair and brown eyes.

budget

[a spending plan]

Congress decided to add money to the education budget.

build

[to join materials together to make something]

Tim plans to build a house for his dog.

building

[anything built for use as a house, factory, office, school, store or place of entertainment]

My office is in that building next to the hotel.

bullet

[a small piece of metal shot from a gun]

The bullet hit the exact center of the target.

burn

[(1) to be on fire; (2) to destroy or damage by fire]

The candles burned brightly enough for me to read the book. (1)

The wildfire burned much of the forest. (2)

burst

[to break open suddenly]

The dam burst and sent a wall of water rushing down the valley.

bury

[to put into the ground and cover with earth]

Where do you think they buried the treasure?

bus

[a public vehicle to carry people]

Ride the A-17 bus to 4th and Independence Avenue.

business

[(1) one's work; (2) buying and selling to earn money; (3) trade]

My business is writing radio programs. (1)

The Internet is creating many new markets for business. (2)

I have done business with that company for many years. (3)

busy

[(1) doing something; (2) very active]

Are you busy now? (1)

George was very busy this morning with an emergency case. (2)

but

[(1) however; (2) other than; (3) yet]

She knew who called but I did not know. (1)

The boy ate nothing but candy. (2)

Jean was tired but she could not get to sleep. (3)

buy

[to get by paying something, usually money]

Where did Lila buy those great clothes?

by

[(1) near; at; (2) next to; (3) from ; (4) not later than]

Please sit here by me. (1)

They walked by the river. (2)

They performed a play by William Shakespeare. (3)

Her mother said that she had to be home by midnight. (4) </B>
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