(n.) a violent stirring or movement; noisey confusion, excitement a stirring up of public enthusiasm.
(v.) to say suddenly or without thinking., V. /脱口而出/utter impulsively. Before she could stop him, he blurted out the news.
(adj.) arranged in order of time of occurence.
(n.) a face, facial expression; (v.) to tolerate or approve., N. /脸/face. When Jose saw his newborn daugh¬ter, a proud smile spread across his countenance.
(v.) to make or become smaller, reduce in size.
(v.) to please greatly; to charm, put under a magic spell.
(v.) to change continually; to move up and down.
(v.) to bring up, give care to; to promote, encourage; (adj.) in the same family but not related by birth.
(v.) to humble oneself, act in a fearful and servile way; to lie face downward; to indulge in something base or unworthy., V. /趴，匍匐/crawl or creep on ground; remain prostrate. Even though we have been defeated, we do not have to grovel before our conquerors.
(n.) work done by hand; a trade requiring hand skill.
(adj.) extremely funny, causing loud amusement.
(v.) to set on fire, cause to burn; to heat up, excite.
(n.) the great size or importance of something.
(adj.) large and heavy; great in size or scope.
(adj.) of or like a mother.
(v.) to lose in interest, attraction, or effectiveness; to become tiresome; (n.) a dark covering, something that conceals., V. /厌烦，腻味/grow tiresome. The study of word lists can eventu¬ally pall and put one to sleep.
(adj.) well thought of, having a good reputation.
(v.) to love and respect deeply, honor greatly., (v.) to esteem, show deference, venerate (The doctor saved countless lives with his combination of expertise and kindness and became universally revered.)
(n.) a narrative of herioc exploits; a long, detailed account.
(adj.) dull, boring; old-fashioned, hidebound; lumpy, thick., adj．艰涩难懂的，乏味的