英语词库
(动词) 
She took the bike by the handles before it swerved into the ditch.
同义词
grip
She gripped his hand tightly.
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grab
I managed to grab her hand.
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seize
an otter seizing a fish
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catch
He knelt beside her and caught her hand in both of his.
, ,
clutch
She was clutching a photograph in her hand.
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get hold of
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clasp
Mary clasped the children to her desperately.
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take hold of
,
lay hold of
(动词) 
I'll take these papers home and read them.
同义词
carry
He carried the plate through to the dining room.
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bring
My father brought home a book for me.
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bear
a surveyor and his assistant bearing a torch
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transport
There's no petrol so it's difficult to transport goods.
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ferry
They ferried in more soldiers to help with the search.
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haul
A crane hauled the car out of the stream.
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convey
They borrowed our boats to convey themselves across the river.
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fetch
She fetched a towel from the bathroom.
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cart
I've been trying to reduce the amount of stuff I cart round with me.
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tote (informal)
反义词
(动词) 
Definition
to accompany or escort
She was taken to hospital.
同义词
accompany
Ken agreed to accompany me on a trip to Africa.
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lead
He led him into the house.
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bring
I brought him inside and dried him off.
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guide
She took the bewildered man by the arm and guided him out.
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conduct
He asked if he might conduct us to the ball.
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escort
I escorted him to the door.
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convoy
He ordered the combined fleet to convoy troops to Naples.
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usher
They were quickly ushered away.
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hold (someone's) hand
(动词) 
Definition
to remove from a place, usually by grasping with the hand
He took a handkerchief from his pocket.
同义词
remove
Remove the cake from the oven.
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draw
They still have to draw their water from wells.
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pull
Wes was in the yard pulling weeds when we drove up.
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withdraw
Cassandra withdrew her hand from Roger's.
He reached into his pocket and withdrew a piece of paper.
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extract
He extracted a small notebook from his pocket.
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abstract
The author has abstracted poems from earlier books.
(动词) 
Definition
to obtain possession of (something), often dishonestly
The burglars took just about anything they could carry.
同义词
steal
Anybody could walk in here and steal stuff.
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nick (slang, mainly British)
We used to nick biscuits from the kitchen.
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appropriate
What do they think about your appropriating their music and culture?
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pocket
He pocketed some coins he found on the street.
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trouser (slang)
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pinch (informal)
pickpockets who pinched his wallet
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cabbage (British, slang)
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carry off
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swipe (slang)
People kept trying to swipe my copy of the New York Times.
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knock off (slang)
,
run off with
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blag (slang)
,
walk off with
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misappropriate
I have not misappropriated any funds whatsoever.
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cart off (slang)
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purloin
He was caught purloining books from the library.
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filch
I filched some notes from his wallet.
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help yourself to
,
gain possession of
反义词
, , , ,
hand over
, ,
give back
(动词) 
Definition
to seize or capture
They took the enemy base.
同义词
capture
The police gave chase and captured him as he was trying to escape.
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arrest
Seven people were arrested for minor offences.
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seize
seize the means of production
, ,
take into custody
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ensnare
The spider must wait for the prey to be ensnared in its web.
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entrap
The whale's mouth contains filters which entrap plankton.
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lay hold of
反义词
, ,
let go
(动词) 
Definition
to stand up to or endure
His rudeness was becoming hard to take.
同义词
tolerate
She can no longer tolerate the position that she's in.
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stand
He hates vegetables and can't stand curry.
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bear
She bore her sufferings bravely.
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suffer
She doesn't suffer fools gladly and, in her view, most people are fools.
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weather
The company has weathered the recession.
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go through
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brave
They had to brave her anger and confess.
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stomach
I could never stomach the cruelty involved in the wounding of animals.
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endure
I simply can't endure another moment of her company.
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undergo
New recruits have been undergoing training in recent weeks.
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brook
The army will brook no weakening of its power.
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hack (slang)
I can't hack all the violence
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abide
I can't abide people who can't make up their minds.
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put up with (informal)
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withstand
A politician has to be able to withstand criticism from the Press.
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submit to
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countenance
The planners will not countenance any changes to the exterior of the barn.
, ,
thole (Scottish)
反义词
(动词) 
The journey took a long time.
同义词
,
go on for
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continue for
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carry on for
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endure for
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run on for
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keep on for
(动词) 
Definition
to require (time, resources, or ability)
Walking across the room took all her strength.
同义词
require
This requires thought, effort, and a certain ruthlessness.
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need
The building needs quite a few repairs.
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involve
Running a kitchen involves a great deal of discipline and speed.
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demand
The task demands much patience and hard work.
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call for
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entail
Such a decision would entail a huge risk.
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necessitate
A prolonged drought had necessitated the introduction of water rationing.
10 (动词) 
Definition
to accept (something that is offered or given)
When I took the job, I thought I could change the system.
同义词
accept
Everyone told me I should accept the job.
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assume
She will assume the role of Chief Executive.
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take on
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undertake
She undertook the arduous task of monitoring the elections.
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adopt
Pupils should be helped to adopt a positive approach.
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take up
,
enter upon
反义词
11 (动词) 
The government will take comfort from the latest opinion poll.
同义词
draw
He draws two conclusions from this.
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feel
She felt something was nearby.
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know
Hire someone with experience, someone who knows about real estate.
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experience
couples who have experienced the trauma of divorce
,
12 (动词) 
Definition
(of a shop, club, etc.) to make (a specified amount of money) from sales, tickets, etc.
The firm took £100,000 in bookings.
同义词
earn
The dancers can earn up to £130 for each session.
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make
How much money did we make?
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net
The state government expects to net about 1.46 billion rupees.
, ,
realize
A selection of correspondence from P.G. Wodehouse realized £1,232.
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bring in
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gross
So far the films have grossed nearly £290 million.
13 (动词) 
He took the gold medal in the 100 metres.
同义词
win
The first correct entry will win the prize.
, ,
be awarded
, ,
land (informal)
She landed a place on the graduate training scheme.
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be given
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pick up
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bag (informal)
The smart ones will have already bagged their seats.
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secure
His achievements helped him to secure the job.
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collect
They collected donations for a fund to help the earthquake victims.
, ,
scoop (informal)
films which scooped awards around the world
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be presented with
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carry off
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walk away or off with
14 (动词) 
Definition
to accept (responsibility, blame, or credit)
She was reluctant to take all the credit.
同义词
receive
I received your letter.
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get
The problem was how to get enough food.
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accept
All old clothes will be gratefully accepted by the organizers.
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be given
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gain
Students can gain valuable experience doing part-time work.
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obtain
Perfection has always been difficult to obtain.
15 (动词) 
Definition
to receive in a specified way
He had taken the news badly.
同义词
respond to
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meet
The current arrangements are inadequate to meet our needs.
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deal with
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receive
The proposals have been well received by many deputies.
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cope with
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greet
The European Court's decision has been greeted with dismay.
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react to
16 (动词) 
Taken in isolation, these statements can be dangerous.
同义词
consider
Consider how much you can afford to pay.
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study
I invite every citizen to carefully study the document.
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think about
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examine
He examined her passport and stamped it.
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contemplate
He lay in his hospital bed and cried as he contemplated his future.
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ponder
He didn't waste time pondering the question.
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weigh up
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mull over
She had been mulling over the idea of making a movie.
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chew over
,
ruminate on
,
give thought to
,
deliberate over
,
cogitate on
17 (动词) 
They've turned sensible, if you take my meaning.
同义词
understand
I think you understand my meaning.
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follow
Can you follow the plot so far?
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comprehend
I just cannot comprehend your attitude.
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get
You don't seem to get the point.
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see
Oh, I see what you're saying.
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grasp
The Government has not yet grasped the seriousness of the crisis.
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apprehend
Only now can I begin to apprehend the power of these forces.
18 (动词) 
Definition
to choose or select (something to use or buy)
I'll take the grilled tuna sandwich, please.
同义词
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choose
I chose him to accompany me on my trip.
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pick
He had picked ten people to interview for the jobs.
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prefer
Do you prefer a particular sort of music?
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select
They selected only bright pupils.
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opt for
,
settle on
19 (动词) 
He had to take a different route home.
同义词
travel
You can travel to Helsinki tomorrow.
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go
It took us an hour to go three miles.
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journey
She has journeyed on horseback through Africa and Turkey.
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walk
They walked in silence for a while.
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progress
He progressed slowly along the coast in an easterly direction.
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proceed
She proceeded along the hallway.
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voyage
The boat is currently voyaging through the Barents Sea.
, ,
make your way
20 (动词) 
My wife and I have taken the cottage for a month.
同义词
hire
To hire a car you must produce a current driving licence.
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book
She booked herself a flight home last night.
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rent
He rented a car.
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lease
She went to Toronto, where she leased an apartment.
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reserve
I'll reserve a table for five.
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pay for
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engage
I managed to engage a room for the night.
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make a reservation for
21 (动词) 
Before the Chronicle I used to take the Guardian.
同义词
subscribe to
You can also subscribe to the newspaper.
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buy
He could not afford to buy a house.
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read regularly
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purchase
She purchased a tuna sandwich and a carton of orange juice.
Most of the shares were purchased by brokers.
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buy regularly
22 (动词) 
Definition
to use as a means of transport
We'll take a train home.
同义词
travel by
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travel on
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make use of
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journey on
23 (动词) 
Definition
to work at or study
Students may take European and American history.
同义词
study
The rehearsals make it difficult for her to study for her law exams.
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learn
Their children were going to learn English.
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be taught
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do (informal)
She's doing English for her Higher Certificate.
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read (British)
He is now reading maths at Harvard.
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pursue
pursuing this line of enquiry
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work at
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read up on
,
have lessons in
24 (动词) 
Definition
to do or sit (a test, exam, etc.)
She took her driving test last week.
同义词
perform
people who have performed outstanding acts of bravery
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have
Have him call me.
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do
I was trying to do some work.
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make
I made a gesture at him and turned away.
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effect
Prospects for effecting real political change have taken a step backward.
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accomplish
If we all work together, I think we can accomplish our goal.
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execute
The landing was skilfully executed.
25 (动词) 
She's been taking allergy medication.
同义词
ingest
,
consume
Andrew would consume nearly two pounds of cheese per day.
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swallow
Polly took a bite of the apple, chewed and swallowed it.
,
26 (动词) 
Definition
to eat or drink
She took tea with Nanny every day.
同义词
,
have
They had dinner together.
They had sweet wine that day.
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drink
He drank his cup of tea.
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eat
She was eating a sandwich.
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imbibe (formal)
Tom had eaten a pie and imbibed some coffee.
27 (动词) 
Definition
to write down or copy
She sat expressionless, carefully taking notes.
同义词
write
Write your name and address at the top of the page.
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record
In her letters she records the domestic and social details of life in China.
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jot (down)
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note (down)
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scribble
When Caroline was five she scribbled on a wall.
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set down
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scrawl
graffiti scrawled on school walls
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make a note of
28 (动词) 
Definition
to ascertain by measuring
If he feels hotter than normal, take his temperature.
同义词
measure
Measure the length and width of the gap.
, ,
determine
The investigation will determine what really happened.
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find out
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assess
The test was to assess aptitude rather than academic achievement.
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calculate
From this we can calculate the total mass in the galaxy.
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evaluate
Trained nurses are required to evaluate the patients' individual needs.
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gauge
He gauged the wind at over thirty knots.
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ascertain
Try to ascertain what services the bank is offering.
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appraise
Many companies were prompted to appraise their recruitment policies.
29 (动词) 
Definition
to have a capacity of or room for
The place could just about take 2000 people.
同义词
have room for
,
hold
The small bottles don't seem to hold much.
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contain
Factory shops contain a wide range of cheap furnishings.
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accommodate
The school was not big enough to accommodate all the children.
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accept
Urban dwellers have to accept noise as part of city life.
30 (动词) 
Definition
to wear a particular size of shoes or clothes
All of the boys take the same size in shoes.
同义词
wear
I asked if I could work part-time, but the company wouldn't wear it.
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require
A baby requires warmth and physical security.
,
31 (动词) 
Definition
to have or produce the intended effect
If the cortisone doesn't take, I may have to have surgery.
同义词
work
Most of these diets don't work.
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succeed
the skills and qualities needed to succeed
,
do the trick (informal)
Sometimes a few choice words will do the trick.
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have effect
,
be efficacious
反义词
,
flop (informal)
32 (动词) 
a passage taken from a talk she gave ten years ago
同义词
extract
material extracted from a range of texts
,
quote
Then suddenly he quoted a line from the play.
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cite
She cites a favourite poem by Pablo Neruda.
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excerpt
The readings were excerpted from his autobiography.
, , ,
33 (动词) 
Ninety-five per cent of business-class seats were taken.
同义词
occupy
Men still occupy more positions of power than women.
, ,
engage
She tried to engage me in conversation.
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hold
She has never held a ministerial post.
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fill
a widowed father struggling to fill the role of both parents
,
reserve
Ask your newsagent to reserve your copy today.
,
bag (informal)
34 (动词) 
Definition
to find and make use of (a seat, flat, etc.)
Do you know where cappuccino coffee takes its name from?
同义词
derive
He is one of those people who derives pleasure from helping others.
, ,
obtain
Evans was trying to obtain a false passport.
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acquire
She has acquired a 50% stake in the company.
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come by
35 (动词) 
He took the opportunity to show off his new car.
同义词
take advantage of
, ,
seize (on)
,
exploit
The opposition are exploiting the situation to their advantage.
, ,
act on
,
make the most of
,
jump on
,
pounce on
,
capitalize on
,
leap at
,
turn to account
,
put to advantage
36 (动词) 
(slang) 
同义词
cheat
He cheated people out of their life savings.
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do (slang)
I'll tell you how they did me.
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con (informal)
He claimed that the businessman had conned him out of his life savings.
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stiff (slang)
,
fiddle (informal)
Stop fiddling your expenses account.
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deceive
He has deceived and disillusioned us all.
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defraud
He pleaded guilty to conspiracy to defraud the government.
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dupe
Some of the offenders duped the psychologists.
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gull (archaic)
Consumers are no longer so easily gulled into paying extra for a designer label.
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swindle
He swindled investors out of millions of pounds.
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bilk
trusts that secretly conspired to bilk the public
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pull a fast one on (informal)
(名词) 
(informal US)  It added another $11.8 million to the take.
同义词
takings
,
profits
,
revenue
They wanted a big share of the revenue from the mine.
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return
They have seen no return on their investment.
, ,
yield
the yield on a bank's investment
, ,
haul
The haul was worth £4,000.
,
receipts
(名词) 
Definition
one of a series of recordings from which the best will be selected
She didn't know her lines and we had to do several takes.
同义词
scene
She was told to cut some scenes from her new series.
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sequence
the best sequence in the film
,
filmed sequence
(名词) 
Definition
a version or interpretation
That sort of thing gives you a different take on who you are.
同义词
view
You should make your views known to your local MP.
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opinion
Most who expressed an opinion spoke favourably of her.
,
understanding of
,
analysis of
,
interpretation of
,
reading of
,
explanation of

动词短语

See take after someone

习语

See take it

其他同义词

in the sense of abide
Definition
to tolerate
I can't abide people who can't make up their minds.
同义词
hack (slang),
put up with,
submit to,
thole (Scottish)
in the sense of abstract
Definition
to remove or extract
The author has abstracted poems from earlier books.
同义词
pull out,
take out,
take away,
pluck out
in the sense of accommodate
Definition
to have room for
The school was not big enough to accommodate all the children.
同义词
have a capacity for

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The desire to push the boundaries has been a motivator in many a daring expedition, testing the human spirit and physical abilities to the utmost. Indulge your adventurous spirit by exploring some associated ‘extreme’ vocabulary. Will you have the survival skills to master our quiz?
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