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赖世雄2000核心英语基础词汇Unit 134(mp3)

Unit 134

赖世雄2000核心英语基础词汇

1331.tip

尖端;小费;秘诀;(给)小费;通风报信

The tip of the pencil needs to be sharpened.

铅笔头该削尖了。

I gave the taxi driver a tip of 5 dollars for his service.

我给计程车司机5块钱小费以感谢他的服务。

Thank you for giving me some tips on how to ski.

谢谢你告诉我滑雪的秘诀。

In the US, it is the custom to tip the waiter.

在美国,给服务生小费是惯例。

The informant tipped off the police about the robbery.

线民向警方密报这桩劫案。

1332.fault

错误;缺点;挑出毛病

No one was at fault in the accident.

这次意外中谁都没有错。

I don't like John because he tends to find fault with everything I do.

我不喜欢约翰,因为他总是对我做的每件事吹毛求疵。

It's hard to fault Oliver's performance.

要从奥利佛的表现挑毛病很难。

1333.faulty

有缺点的

You may ask for a refund if the DVD player is faulty.

若DVD播放器有问题可以退钱。

1334.lend

借给

Kate is unwilling to lend money to me.

凯特不太愿意借钱给我。

I'm sorry, but I don't have any money to lend you.

抱歉,我没有什么钱可借给你。

1335.borrow

(向某人)借

Can I borrow some money from you? I need to buy a bike.

我能向你借一些钱吗?我需要买辆脚踏车。

1336.courage

勇气

I plucked up my courage and asked her to marry me.

我鼓起勇气向她求婚。

1337.courageous

勇敢的

It was a courageous action to speak out against unfair treatment.

公然说出对不公平待遇是很勇敢的行为。

1338.debate

辩论(赛);辩论

After lengthy debate,the committee finally passed that bill.

经过冗长的争论,委员会终于通过了那项法案。

During speech class, we debated whether abortion should be made legal.

演讲课上,我们为堕胎是否应该合法化而辩论。

We debated over who was to blame for the mistake.

我们针对谁该为这个错误负责而辩论。

1339.fee

(手续)费用

You have to pay a monthly membership fee to use this fitness center.

使用这家健身中心得先付会员月费。

1340.jacket

夹克;西装上衣

Tom looks very handsome in that leather jacket.

汤姆穿那件皮夹克很帅。

1341.sweater

毛衣

You'd better put on a sweater because it's getting cold outside。

你最好穿件毛衣,因为外面变冷了。

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