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    ACT閱讀核心詞匯小結

    2018-03-02

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    作者:長沙新東方

      為什么要背核心詞匯?

      1.他們源于真題,方便同學們獲取對考試難度和命題方向的第一手體驗;

      2.他們帶著準確高質量又形象易懂的英文釋義,讓同學們用英語對其有一個直觀的感知;

      3.他們當然還有音標、詞性、中譯。讀出來、用母語、感受語境,怎么開心怎么背!

      我們一起來看看這些閱讀高頻詞匯吧!

      Aspiration:[?sp??re??n] n. 渴望

      desire to achieve things

      60E SS Line 10

      The aspiration to neutrality findsprominent expression in our politics and low.

      Prominent: ['pr?m?n?nt] adj. 突出的

      important andwell-known

      OG1 SS Line 20

      In days gone by, when theonly entertainment in town on a Wednesday night was to go to the countycourthouse to listen to a prominent politician give a theatrical tiradeagainst Herbert Hoover, an eloquent speaker could pack the courthouse and havefive thousand people lined up to the railroad tracks listening to the boomingloudspeakers.

      Derive: [d?'ra?v] v. 源于

      get

      60E SS Line 11

      Although neutrality derives from theliberal tradition of political thought, its province is not limited to thoseknown as liberals.

      Disprove:[d?s?pruv] v. 反駁

      prove to be false

      63E SS Line 90

      It’s as difficult to disprove animalconsciousness as it is to prove it.

      Oppose: [k?n's?v?t?v] v. 反對

      unwilling to acceptchanges and new ideas

      60E SS Line 19

      Conservatives appeal to neutrality when opposingattempts by government to impose certain moral restraints.

      Welfare: ['w?l'f?r] n. 福利

      health, comfort,and happiness

      60E SS Line 25

      Republicans have long complained thattaxing the rich to pay for welfare programs for the poor is a form ofcoerced charity that violates people’s freedom to choose what to do with theirown money.

      Assure:[?'??r] adj. 保證

      you tell them that it is definitely true or will definitely happen,often in order to make them less worried

      60E SS Line 29

      Democrats have long replied that governmentmust assure all citizens a decent level of income, housing, educationand health care.

      Permanent: ['p?m?n?nt] adj. 永久的

      lasts forever

      60E SS Line 39

      So familiar is this vision of freedom thatit might seem a permanent feature of the American political tradition.

      Deliberating: [d?'l?b?r?t]v. 仔細考慮

      plan and decide beforehand

      60E SS Line 51

      It involves deliberatingwith fellow citizens about the common good and helping to shape the destiny ofthe political community.

      Sustain:[s?'sten] v. 維持

      continue or maintain for a period oftime

      60E SS Line 76

      For despiteits appeal, the liberal vision of freedom lacks the civic resources to sustainself-government.

      Monopoly: [m?'nɑp?li] n. 壟斷

      complete control

      63E SS Line 13

      Twenty-fiveyears ago be published a short book suggesting that humans didn’t have the monopolyon thoughts and feelings

      Appall: [??p?l] v. 使驚愕

      fill with fear or alarm

      63E SS Line 16

      Otherscientists were appalled.

      Disguise: [d?s?ɡa?z] v. 偽裝

      make something appear different so that people will not know about it orwill not recognize it

      63E SS Line 32

      Animal enrichment programs featuring mentalpuzzles disguised as toys and treats have become a standard part ofdaily life at zoos.

      Issue: [???u] n. 問題

      an importantsubject that people are arguing about or discussing / v. 發行 make somethingknown formally or publicly

      63E SS Line34

      And in the spring of 2001 the University ofChicago Press issued an updated edition of Dr. Griffin’s 1992 book, AnimalMinds.

      Cautious:[?k???s] adj. 謹慎的

      ACTs very carefully in order to avoid possible danger

      63E SS Line 39

      Scientists,including me, have come to be very cautious.

      Caution:

      Misinterpret:[?m?s?n?t?:rpr?t] v. 誤解

      understand something wrongly

      63E SS Line 40

      Early work on primate gestures and facialexpressions was grossly misinterpreted.

      Interpret: [?n?t?:rpr?t] v. 解釋

      decide the meaning or significance of something

      OG SS Line 32

      But the effort to explain what was in his head has spawned almost asmany interpretationsas the words themselves have generated politicalmovements.

      Intensify: [?n?t?ns??fa?] v. 增強

      make somethingbecome GREater in strength, amount, or deGREe

      63E SS Line 42

      In fACT the recent findings appear to haveonly intensified the debate over animal consciousness.

      Mess: [m?s] n. 混亂

      something in an untidystate

      63E SS Line 42

      Tufts University philosopher Daniel C.Dennett declared the state of thinking on animal consciousness a “mess”.

      Advocate: [??dv??ket] v. 提倡

      recommend something publicly/ n. 提倡者

      63E SS Line 66

      On the one hand there are the pro-consciousness philosophers like Colin McGinn, a professor at RutgersUniversity, and Peter Singer, a professor of bioethics at Princeton and aleading animal rights advocate.

      Primitive: [?pr?m?t?v] adj. 原始的

      belonging to avery early period in the development

      63E SS Line 71

      I think it’s plain common sense thatanimals have conscious states,” Mr. McGinn said. “Animals way down to insectshave phenomenal consciousness. It’s a primitive feature of thebiological world.

      Unleash:[?n?li?] v. 發泄、釋放

      release or vent

      63E SS Line 84

      Dr. Griffin appears mildly amused by thedebate his work has helped unleash.

      Crack: [kr?k] v. 打破

      something becomes slightlydamaged, with lines appearing on its surface.

      71H NS Line 10

      If they tried, scientists could hardlyinvent a more difficult mystery to crack.

      Detached: [d??t?t?t]adj. 單獨的

      not joined to any other house

      OG4 SS Line 51

      Sprawl’s other most familiar form is drivenlargely by the American dream of a detachedhome in the middle of agrassy lawn.

      Detached: [d??t?t?t] Adj. 超然的

      not personally involved insomething or has no emotional interest in it

      61C Humanities 23-A

      the narrator develops the third paragraphmainly through detached philosophical musings on the nature of theobject she sees.

      Hinder: [?h?nd?]v. 阻礙

      prevent the proGREss or accomplishment

      63C NS Line 84

      Where fires have been prevented, the forestfloor rapidly becomes colonized by shade tolerant white firs and incensecedars, hindering redwood regeneration.

      Obstacle: [?ɑ:bst?kl]n. 障礙

      an obstruction that stands in the way

      67C SS Line 62

      There is also a major obstacle outside theworkshop: the resistance of the buyers to new woods.

      Inhibit: [?n?h?b?t]v. 抑制

      prevent something from happening

      69F NS Line 49

      On the other hand, the heating andionization can also agitate clouds, inhibiting the birth of new stars.

      Fluctuation:[?fl?kt???e??n] n. 波動

      change a lot in anirregular way

      OG2 NS Line 9

      Helmholtz was very conscious of color “constancy”—the way in whichthe colors of objects are preserved, so that we can categorize them and alwaysknow what we are looking at, despite GREat fluctuations in thewavelength of the light illuminating them.

      Illuminate: [??lum??net] v. 照亮

      shine light on something

      OG2 NS Line 9

      Helmholtz was very conscious of color “constancy”—the way in whichthe colors of objects are preserved, so that we can categorize them and alwaysknow what we are looking at, despite GREat fluctuations in the wavelength ofthe light illuminating them.

      Illusory: [??lus?ri] adj. 虛幻的

      not real

      61B SS Line 24

      What is illusory is the widely held assumption that humanhave toiled miserably throughout history, only to be freed from labor by20th-century technology.

      OG2 NS Line 82

      These demonstrations, overwhelming intheir simplicity and impACT, were color “illusions” in Goethe’s sense,but illusions that demonstrated a neurological truth –that colors are not “outthere” in the world nor an automatic correlate of wavelength, but, rather, areconstructed by the brain.

      Overwhelming: ?[o?v?r?welm??] adj. 巨大的

      very GREat

      OG2 NS Line 82

      These demonstrations, overwhelmingin their simplicity and impACT, were color “illusions” in Goethe’s sense, butillusions that demonstrated a neurological truth –that colors are not “outthere” in the world nor an automatic correlate of wavelength, but, rather, areconstructed by the brain.

      Trigger: [?tr?ɡ?] v. 引發

      to make sth happen suddenly

      71H NS Line 73

      As the Earth’s orbit slowly changes, sodoes the pattern of the sunlight falling on a given spot on the globe, triggeringthe glaciers’ advance and retreat.

      CounterACT:[?ka?nt???kt] v. 抵消

      reduce the effect ofsomething by doing something that produces an opposite effect

      71H NS Line 89

      Until scientists can explain changes in Earths climatic past, theycannot be sure they aren’t overlooking fACTors that could either counterACTa human-made warming or amplify it.

      Amplify: [??mpl??fa?] v. 擴大

      increase strength or intensity

      Delve: [d?lv] v. 探究

      try to discover new information about something

      61D SS Line 88

      However, given that Marshall, laid the foundation fortoday's racial landscape, his grand design of how race relations best workmakes his life story essential for anyone delving into the subject.

      Remedy: [?r?m?di] n. 補救辦法

      asuccessful way of dealing with a problem

      61D SS Line 47

      And it was Marshall, as the nation’s firstAfrican-American Supreme Court Justice, who promoted affirmative ACTion—preferences,set-asides, and other race-conscious policies—as the remedy for the damage remainingfrom the nation’s history of slavery and racial bias.

      Circumscribe: [?s?:rk?mskra?b] v. 限制

      limit or restrict

      OG1 SS Line 15

      Furthermore, even withregard to high-visibility issues, significant communication between theelectorate and public officials is extremely circumscribed.

      Deter: [d??t?:] v. 阻止

      try to prevent

      OG1 SS Line 62

      Serious coverage ofgoings-on in government is deterred by the fACT that government is sotechnical that even career civil servants cannot explain what is happening.

      Diligent: [?d?l?d??nt] adj. 勤奮的

      works hard in a careful and thorough way

      OG1 SS Line 69

      Intricate technical issues such astaxation, arms control, and nuclear power are difficult to understand forprofessionals, to say nothing of the most diligent layman.

      Extol: [?k?sto?l] v. 贊美

      praise enthusiastically

      65C SS Line 51

      “A rolling stone gathers no moss” as extollingthe virtues of ACTion as opposed to the more sedentary life.

      Underestimate: [??nd???st?met] v. 低估

      If you underestimate something, you do not realize how largeor GREat it is or will be.

      57B SS Line 21

      According to the Bozeman Chronicle,even if federal specialists have wildly underestimatedthe number of cows and sheep that wolves would kill in the Yellowstone andcentral Idaho areas, the ACTual totalwould be much smaller than the number that die each year in the stateof Montana alone because of storms, dogs, and accidents.

      Inherent:[?n?h?r?nt] adj. 固有的

      existing as an essential constituent or charACTeristic

      57B SS Line 30

      If you raise Christmas trees, part of thecost and risk of doing business is losing a few trees to gypsy moths and icestorms; inherent in the cost of ranching, particularly on public lands,should be the cost and risk of losing livestock to predators.

      Eclipse: [??kl?ps] v. 使黯然失色

      beGREater in significance than

      57B SS Line 53

      The industry’s cry of economic loss has eclipsed the costs tothe general public of not having wolves.

      Reciprocity: [?res??prɑ:s?ti] n. 互惠

      arelation of mutual dependence or ACTion or influence

      57B SS Line 82

      The story of this conflict is the story ofhow we view ourselves in relation to animals, whether we can replace theassumption of “dominion” That has been so destructive to us and the natural worldwith a worldview that recognizes that we live in a state of reciprocitywith the birds and the beasts-that we are not only the product of nature butalso part of it.

      Foster: [?f?:st?] v. 促進

      to encourage something to develop

      71H SS Line 46

      Her research—whichshe conducts alongside her husband, an organic farmer—exploresgenetically engineered crops that, instead of serving the rapacity ofagribusiness, foster the fundamentals of sustainability.

      Impending:[?m?pend??]adj. 即將發生的

      an impending event is one that is going tohappen very soon

      Endeavor: [?n’dev?] n. 努力

      apurposeful or industrious undertaking

      71H SS Line 50

      Their endeavor, counterintuitive as it seems, points to an emergingGREen biotech frontier— a hidden realm of opportunity to feed theworld’s impending 9 billion a diet produced in anenvironmentally responsible way.

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