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vt. & vi. 辨別，區別
n. 多樣化，(人在種族、民族、宗教等方面的) 多樣性分歧
1.the belief that something will happen because it is likely or planned 預料﹐預期
2.beyond expectations =better than you expected
in expectation of =thinking that something will happen
3.fall short of/not come up to sb's expectations =not be as good or as successful as you expected
(not) live up to sb's expectations (=(not)be as good as people expected) （未）達到期望
4.arouse expectations =make you think that something good is going to happen 引起期望﹐使充滿期望
1. C,N: the feeling of being very worried about something that may happen or may have happened, so that you think about it all the time 焦慮﹐不安﹐擔心
anxiety among staff about job losses
3.anxiety to do sth
a natural anxiety to please one ' s parents 渴望討好父母的自然心情
1.a moral or legal duty to do something (道義法律上)義務﹐職責﹐責任
2.to owe someone loyalty, thanks, or money because they have done something for you 欠人情
I don ' t want to be under an obligation to anyone.
3.obligation to do sth 一定要
4.a sense of obligation=feeling that you ought to do something責任感
hard unpleasant work done over a long period 長時間的辛苦勞作
a life of toil 一生辛勞
1.money you earn that is paid according to the number of hours, days, or weeks that you work
2. a living wage: money you earn for work that is enough to pay for the basic things that you need to live
1.n.c a large amount of a substance which does not have a definite or regular shape
2.vi/vt :to come together, or make people or things come together, in a large group 聚集﹐集結﹐集中
3. the masses: all the ordinary people in society who do not have power or influence 民眾,平民
1.v: to show a feeling, attitude etc 表明，顯示，表露
2.adj: plain and easy to see 顯然的 清楚的
3.adv: a manifestly unfair system
4.n: a list of passengers or goods carried on a ship, plane or train清單 乘客名單
The American People had the right and duty to rule North America from the Atlantic Ocean to the Pacific Ocean (coast to coast)
1 [usually passive] to say that an action is illegal or not allowed.
#Smoking is prohibited in the office building .
2[formal]to make something impossible or prevent it from happening.
n. accuse somebody of (doing) something
to say that you believe someone is guilty of a crime or of doing something bad.
# Smith accused her of lying.
vt. spill, spilled, spilt.
1.使溢出；使濺出；使散落. # Katie almost spilled her milk.
2.使（血）流出# He did not want to see any American blood spilt.他不想看到任何美國人流血犧牲。
3.說出（祕密等），洩漏（+out）# I wonder who spilled out the information.
4.使摔下，使跌下(+from)The boat upset and spilled the boys into the water.船翻了，男孩子們全都落水。
Tears spilled from her eyes.淚水從她眼中流出。
Coffee spilled from the cup.咖啡從杯子裡溢出來。
2.摔下，跌下 I saw the motorcycle skid and its rider spill in dust.我看到摩托車打滑騎車人跌落地。
3.湧流；蜂擁Near midnight crowds started spilling out of bars.接近午夜大群大群人從酒吧裡湧出來。
4.洩密Some would spill in spite of the gang ' s threats.儘管有暴力集團的威脅，一些人還是會把消息洩露出來。
Fetch a cloth to mop up the spill.塊抹布把溢出來的東西擦掉。
2.摔下，跌下He had a bad spill trying to ride that horse.他想騎那匹馬，讓馬給重重摔了下來。
3.（價格的）驟降，暴跌Stocks took a sharp spill in today ' s trading . 股票在今天的交易中猛跌。
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