其中一個圖片竟然還包含一個七英吋厚的書...簡直快要三本Norton厚了。
前半段的106, 107, 109, 110都有點負面,就只有一個「天使般的」是好單字,
加上一直上商院課,一天到晚想股票,害我造了一句1930年代大恐慌股價下跌的句子...

重造一句應該會是


gamut n. 全音階,所有知識
pianist
OED: The whole scale, range, or compass of a thing (originally music scale).
Ex: The pianist played the gamut of classical music, indulging us in moving notes dipped in hot chocolate.

好煩,所以睡前一定要喝一杯阿華田讓心情好!

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106.
chicanery n. 詭計
OED: Legal trickery, pettifogging, abuse of legal forms; the use of subterfuge and trickery in debate or action; quibbling, sophistry, trickery.
Ex: Montresor's chicanery kept Fortunato obssessed with the Amontillado and blind to the danger.

107.
obnoxious adj. 可憎的,讓人不愉快的
OED: Offensive, objectionable, odious, highly disagreeable. Now esp. (of a person)
Ex: Love is obnoxious, but yet still so irresistible.

108.
seraphic adj. 如天使般的
seraphim
OED: Resembling a seraph, either in beauty or in fervour of exalted devotion.
Ex: The suitor was completely defeated by the seraphic coutenance of Turandot, and failed to answer the riddle.

109.
fulsome adj. 虛情假意的
OED: Offensive to good taste; esp. offending from excess or want of measure or from being ‘over-done’. Now chiefly used in reference to gross or excessive flattery, over-demonstrative affection, or the like.
Ex: Most villains in movies appear to be gentlemanly, but with fulsome attitude (and are thus easy to tell).

110.
gainsay v. 否認
OED: to contradict or deny
Ex: The criminal would gainsay his crime, even in the face of evidence.

111.
gamut n. 全音階,所有知識
stock drop
OED: The whole scale, range, or compass of a thing (originally music scale).
Ex: Stock prices ran all the way down the gamut in the Great Depression.

112.
commensurate adj. 同大小的、相稱的
OED: Having the same measure; of equal extent, duration, or magnitude; coextensive.
Ex: I hope my future job will commensurate my profession and interests.

113.
commodious adj. 寬敞的
OED: Furnishing good and ample accommodation; conveniently roomy, spacious.
Ex: Our dorm is rather commodious, with only two people.

114.
commuted v. 改換;通勤
OED: To change into or for another (of less severity).
Ex: The prisoner's life senetence was commuted to twenty years after his repentence.

115.
compendium n. 簡要;摘要
thick book
OED: An epitome, a summary, a brief.
Ex: This is a one page compendium of the ten page paper, which is originally quite verbiage.
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