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17 terms
SAT reading
stipulation
gesticulation
illustrate
beaver
(n) a demand or condition of an agreement
(n) lively or excited gesture
(v) to explain or make clear using examples, charts, or graphs
(n) a kind of large semiaquatic rodent
stipulation
(n) a demand or condition of an agreement
gesticulation
(n) lively or excited gesture
5 terms
SAT Reading
paradox
postulate
convey
dealt a blow
a strange, confusing situation that seems impossible but is t…
suggest an idea
to carry from one place to another
disproved or held back
paradox
a strange, confusing situation that seems impossible but is t…
postulate
suggest an idea
70 terms
SAT Reading
encroach
modicum
conciliatory
miffed
Intrude
A small amount
Pacifying
Upset, irritated
encroach
Intrude
modicum
A small amount
245 terms
SAT Reading
Pealolithic
Empiricism
Forensic
Handprint
adj.旧石器时代的
n.实证论,经验论
adj.辩论的,法院的
n.手印
Pealolithic
adj.旧石器时代的
Empiricism
n.实证论,经验论
230 terms
SAT READING
casual
celebrated
accolade
garnered
a.冷漠的
歌颂
嘉奖
gain=collect
casual
a.冷漠的
celebrated
歌颂
50 terms
SAT Reading List D
dabble
dapper
daunting
dawdle
A.transitive verb... 用...嬉水 ‹hands, feet›... to dabble one's finger…
|ˈdæpə(r)|... adjective... 精干利落的... = smart, spruce, trim, debonair, n…
|ˈdɔːntɪŋ|... adjective... = intimidating, formidable, disconcertin…
|ˈdɔːdl|... intransitive verb... = water time, idle, procrastinate…
dabble
A.transitive verb... 用...嬉水 ‹hands, feet›... to dabble one's finger…
dapper
|ˈdæpə(r)|... adjective... 精干利落的... = smart, spruce, trim, debonair, n…
36 terms
SAT Reading List H
hallucination
hamper
handicap
haphazard
|həˌluːsɪˈneɪʃn|... noun... 幻觉
|ˈhæmpə(r)|... noun... ①(basket)有盖的大篮子... picnic hamper British... 野餐食品篮…
|ˈhændɪkæp|... A.noun... ①dated or offensive (physical disability)残…
|hæpˈhæzəd|... adjective... (unorganized)杂乱的 ‹arrangement, plan›... (r…
hallucination
|həˌluːsɪˈneɪʃn|... noun... 幻觉
hamper
|ˈhæmpə(r)|... noun... ①(basket)有盖的大篮子... picnic hamper British... 野餐食品篮…
43 terms
SAT Reading List G
gaffe
gaiety
gainsay
gallant
|gæf|... noun... an unintentional act or tackless remark causing em…
gaiety |ˈgeɪəti|... nounUncountable... ①(cheerfulness)快乐... ②(festivit…
|ˌgeɪnˈseɪ|... transitive verb... formal 反驳 ‹argument, account, sta…
|ˈgælənt|... adjective... ①(brave)勇敢的 ‹person, deed, fight›... ②(chiva…
gaffe
|gæf|... noun... an unintentional act or tackless remark causing em…
gaiety
gaiety |ˈgeɪəti|... nounUncountable... ①(cheerfulness)快乐... ②(festivit…
50 terms
SAT Reading List F
facetious
facile
faction
fallible
|fəˈsiːʃəs|... adjective... = flippant, flip, glib, frivolous, tong…
|ˈfæsaɪl, American ˈfæsl|... adjective... ①(superficial, simplistic…
faction |ˈfækʃn|... noun... ①Countable(group)派别... ②Uncountable(discor…
|ˈfæləbl|... adjective... ①(prone to error)易犯错的... ②(imperfect)会出错的 ‹m…
facetious
|fəˈsiːʃəs|... adjective... = flippant, flip, glib, frivolous, tong…
facile
|ˈfæsaɪl, American ˈfæsl|... adjective... ①(superficial, simplistic…
52 terms
SAT Reading List C
coalesce
coalition
coax
coerce
|ˌkəʊəˈles|... intransitive verb... = merge, unite, join together,…
|ˌkəʊəˈlɪʃn|... noun... = alliance, caucus, amalgamation... especially…
|kəʊks|... transitive verb... = persuade = cojale = beguile = seduc…
|kəʊˈɜːs|... transitive verb... = force = compel = oblige ... 胁迫... to co…
coalesce
|ˌkəʊəˈles|... intransitive verb... = merge, unite, join together,…
coalition
|ˌkəʊəˈlɪʃn|... noun... = alliance, caucus, amalgamation... especially…
52 terms
SAT Reading List B
backfire
brook
baffle
balk
①Automobile «vehicle, engine» 逆火... ②(have opposite effect)«plan…
|brʊk|... 1. noun... 溪流... a babbling brook潺潺小溪... 2. transitive verb... for…
A.transitive verb... ①(perplex = confound = befuddle = bewilder…
verb... 阻碍 ‹plan, scheme›... to balk [somebody] of ...... 阻止某人得到...... he…
backfire
①Automobile «vehicle, engine» 逆火... ②(have opposite effect)«plan…
brook
|brʊk|... 1. noun... 溪流... a babbling brook潺潺小溪... 2. transitive verb... for…
50 terms
SAT Reading List A
abase
abate
abdicate
abet
to abase oneself before [somebody]... 在某人面前低声下气
«flood, temperature» 减退 ; «epidemic, pain, anger» 减轻 ; «feeli…
①(renounce)退出... to abdicate the throne... «monarch»退位... ②(fail to fu…
怂恿 ‹person›; 唆使 ‹crime, accomplice›... to aid and abet [somebody…
abase
to abase oneself before [somebody]... 在某人面前低声下气
abate
«flood, temperature» 减退 ; «epidemic, pain, anger» 减轻 ; «feeli…
88 terms
SAT Reading List I
ideological
incidental
idle
idol
adjective... 意识形态的
|ˌɪnsɪˈdentl|... A.adjective... ①(occurring as minor consequence)次要…
PHRASAL VERBS... |ˈaɪdl|... A.adjective... ①(unoccupied)空闲的 ‹moments,…
|ˈaɪdl|... noun... ①Religion 神像... ②(hero)偶像... a football/fallen idol... 足球…
ideological
adjective... 意识形态的
incidental
|ˌɪnsɪˈdentl|... A.adjective... ①(occurring as minor consequence)次要…
54 terms
SAT Reading List E
egoism
ebb
eccentric
eclectic
|ˌegəʊˈsentrɪk,ˈiːg-, American ˈiːg-|... adjective... 以自我为中心的
|eb|... A.noun... ①literal (tide)退潮... the tide is on the ebb... 正在退潮... the…
|ɪkˈsentrɪk|... A.adjective... ①= unconventional, uncommon, abnorma…
|ɪˈklektɪk|... A.adjective... = wide-ranging, broad-based, extensiv…
egoism
|ˌegəʊˈsentrɪk,ˈiːg-, American ˈiːg-|... adjective... 以自我为中心的
ebb
|eb|... A.noun... ①literal (tide)退潮... the tide is on the ebb... 正在退潮... the…
25 terms
SAT Words Bonus Reading
Avarice
Indict
Unkempt
Cloister
Greedy
Charged with a crime
Messy; Sloppy
To be closed off from the outside worldV
Avarice
Greedy
Indict
Charged with a crime
20 terms
SAT Reading Section 1
provocative
ephemeral
skeptical
dismayed
provoking discussion; stimulating controversy; arousing a rea…
lasting a very short time
not easily convinced
cause someone to feel distress, struck with fear, discourage
provocative
provoking discussion; stimulating controversy; arousing a rea…
ephemeral
lasting a very short time
70 terms
SAT reading #2
gaunt
remission
gutter
intravenously
a. 憔悴的,瘦弱的;荒凉的
n.宽恕,豁免
n. 排水沟;阴沟;贫民区
[副]静脉注射
gaunt
a. 憔悴的,瘦弱的;荒凉的
remission
n.宽恕,豁免
79 terms
Reading SAT 1
seesaw
sympathize
essence
incredulity
bap benh
like
ban chat cot yeu
hoai nghi
seesaw
bap benh
sympathize
like
12 terms
Reading IHP SAT#1
abbreviate
accessible
acknowledge
adversity
verb- to shorten a word, a phrase or, text; abridge.
adjective- capable of being reached.
verb- to recognize the rights, authority, or status of; to ac…
noun- a condition marked by misfortune, calamity, or distress…
abbreviate
verb- to shorten a word, a phrase or, text; abridge.
accessible
adjective- capable of being reached.
56 terms
Reading SAT 2
fatigue
deceit
threaten to munity
ingenuity
met moi
lua gat
de doa noi loan
cleverness
fatigue
met moi
deceit
lua gat
Vocabulary SAT Reading Set 2
essential
avoidances
brusquely
innocent
absolutely necessary; extremely important
the action of keeping away from or not doing something
abruptly
not guilty of a crime or offence:
essential
absolutely necessary; extremely important
avoidances
the action of keeping away from or not doing something
17 terms
sat 9 reading literature
fret
impart
reverberations
communion
means to worry unnecessarily or excessively
make (information) known; communicate.
prolongation of a sound; resonance. (echo)
the sharing or exchanging of intimate thoughts and feelings,…
fret
means to worry unnecessarily or excessively
impart
make (information) known; communicate.
65 terms
SAT Crit. Reading Prep
Dispassionate
Insubstantial
Capricious
Esoteric
Calm, without bias, and not influenced by emotion
Not real; imaginary; Not solid or firm; weak or flimsy
Subject to sudden, unpredictable changes; fickle. Ex: Someone…
Only understood by a certain group. Ex: The world fell apart…
Dispassionate
Calm, without bias, and not influenced by emotion
Insubstantial
Not real; imaginary; Not solid or firm; weak or flimsy
110 terms
SAT Reading Section Vocab
folly
ostentatious
convoluted
capricious
the state or quality of being foolish; lack of understanding…
characterized by or given to pretentious or conspicuous show…
complicated; intricately involved
subject to, led by, or indicative of a sudden, odd notion or…
folly
the state or quality of being foolish; lack of understanding…
ostentatious
characterized by or given to pretentious or conspicuous show…
30 terms
sat reading prep
lethargic
ogle
postulate
robust
lazy
stare at in obvious manner
propose
healthy tough
lethargic
lazy
ogle
stare at in obvious manner
100 terms
NEW SAT (2016) READING TEST VOCABULARY
frank
earnest
imposition
anecdote*
candid, honest
Serious and sincere
an unwelcome demand; a burden
A brief narrative that focuses on a particular incident or ev…
frank
candid, honest
earnest
Serious and sincere
44 terms
SAT Reading class Vocab(2)
converge
officious
spotted
solicitor
v.会聚,集中于一点
adj.好管闲事的
adj. 有斑点的;斑纹的 v.发现
初级律师,求婚者,募捐人
converge
v.会聚,集中于一点
officious
adj.好管闲事的
13 terms
SAT Reading Class Vocab (3)
ferns
catsup
splendid
convoke
n. 蕨类;蕨类植物
n.酱(ketchup的变体)
a 杰出的,显著的
v.召集
ferns
n. 蕨类;蕨类植物
catsup
n.酱(ketchup的变体)
20 terms
SAT Reading Class Vocab (4)
spur
proliferate
mill
condemned
n.支柱v.急速前进
v. 激增;剧增
n 磨坊,厂,工场
adj. 已被定罪的;被责难的
spur
n.支柱v.急速前进
proliferate
v. 激增;剧增
32 terms
SAT Reading class vocab (1)
refreshed
dispute
desultory
perplexed
v.使恢复,使振作
n&v 辩论,争论;争吵;争端
adj.散漫的,随便的,无条理的
adj.困惑的,迷惑的
refreshed
v.使恢复,使振作
dispute
n&v 辩论,争论;争吵;争端
95 terms
sat 2 reading
行人
穿越,跨越
道(路)
禁止
pedestrian
cross,stepover
road/path
forbid
行人
pedestrian
穿越,跨越
cross,stepover
25 terms
sat 8 reading science
emergent
constitute
inert
ambivalent
in the process of coming into being or becoming prominent.
be (a part) of a whole.
lacking the ability or strength to move
having mixed feelings or contradictory ideas about something…
emergent
in the process of coming into being or becoming prominent.
constitute
be (a part) of a whole.
11 terms
rSAT Intermediate Reading Vocabulary List 1
acquiesce
aphorism
constituent
deprecate
|ˌækwɪˈes|... intransitive verb... ①(concede, accept) ... to acquiesce…
|ˈæfərɪzəm|... noun... 1. a pithy observation that contains a gener…
|kənˈstɪtjʊənt|... A.noun... ①(of mixture, substance)成分 (of event,…
/ˈdeprəˌkāt/... verb... 1.... express disapproval of... "he sniffed in a…
acquiesce
|ˌækwɪˈes|... intransitive verb... ①(concede, accept) ... to acquiesce…
aphorism
|ˈæfərɪzəm|... noun... 1. a pithy observation that contains a gener…
116 terms
SAT Core 101 Reading Terms
stultify
salacious
organdy
dyspepsia
deprive of strength or efficiency, deprive of strength or eff…
characterized by lust
a plain woven fabric that is fine and sheer, with a crisp fin…
a disorder of digestive function characterized by discomfort…
stultify
deprive of strength or efficiency, deprive of strength or eff…
salacious
characterized by lust
49 terms
SAT 2 Reading Set 1
小雪
开水
Light Snow (xiǎo xuě)
To Turn, change - situation (Zhuǎn)
Overcast (yīn)
Boiling Water (kāi shuǐ)
小雪
Light Snow (xiǎo xuě)
To Turn, change - situation (Zhuǎn)
SAT Passage-Based Reading Vocabulary
aesthetic
allusion
ambivalent
anecdote
concerning the appreciation of beauty
a brief and indirect reference to a person, place, thing or i…
having mixed feelings, uncertain
a brief narrative that focuses on a particular incident or ev…
aesthetic
concerning the appreciation of beauty
allusion
a brief and indirect reference to a person, place, thing or i…
48 terms
ACT & SAT Reading List J K L
jaded
jargon
jeopardize
jovial
|ˈdʒeɪdɪd|... adjective... ①... (sated, bored)厌倦了的 ‹critic, listener›;…
行话... to use/lapse into jargon... 用术语/开始讲行话
|ˈdʒepədaɪz|... verb... threaten, endanger, imperil, put at risk, p…
|ˈdʒəʊvɪəl|... adjective... cheerful, good-humored, convivial, geni…
jaded
|ˈdʒeɪdɪd|... adjective... ①... (sated, bored)厌倦了的 ‹critic, listener›;…
jargon
行话... to use/lapse into jargon... 用术语/开始讲行话
10 terms
SAT Reading Voca 16 #2
OUST
APPALLING
SANCTIMONIOUS
SENSATIONALISM
v. to force someone out of power
adj. awful; terrible
adj. pretending to be moral
adj. the use of excited language (at the expense of accuracy)
OUST
v. to force someone out of power
APPALLING
adj. awful; terrible
15 terms
Silas Reading Reflex "fat,cat,sat" Words
cat
fat
sat
mop
cat
fat
SAT Reading - Common Second Meanings
affect
afford
appreciate
appropriate
(v.) to take on, assume; affected... (adj.) behaving in an artif…
to grant
to take into account, recognize the merits of, OR to increase…
to take from, steal
affect
(v.) to take on, assume; affected... (adj.) behaving in an artif…
afford
to grant
20 terms
sat11 reading social science
innovative
auto dependency
embroiled
perpectual
(of a product, idea, etc.) featuring new methods; advanced an…
New York is America's least auto-dependent city--more than ha…
involve (someone) deeply in an argument, conflict, or difficu…
occurring repeatedly; so frequent as to seem endless and unin…
innovative
(of a product, idea, etc.) featuring new methods; advanced an…
auto dependency
New York is America's least auto-dependent city--more than ha…
48 terms
Raz Reading March 12 Sat
martyred
execute
phrase
canonize
죽는 소리를 하는, 다 죽어 가는 것처럼 구는
실행하다
어구
찬양하다
martyred
죽는 소리를 하는, 다 죽어 가는 것처럼 구는
execute
실행하다
22 terms
10/27/2016 NEW SAT (2016) READING TEST VOCABULARY
ferocity
malignity
adversarial
altercation
fierceness
Intense ill will, a strong desire to inflict harm
antagonistic, competitive
A heated argument
ferocity
fierceness
malignity
Intense ill will, a strong desire to inflict harm
17 terms
SAT Prep-Course: Reading: Types of Passages
Narrative
Characterizing
Plot
Plot diagram
tells a story
development of characters both directly and indirectly
order of evens in which they occure
Narrative
tells a story
Characterizing
development of characters both directly and indirectly
18 terms
Sarah Laadem - SAT - Critical Reading and Vocab
Aesthetic
Conventional
Mitigate
Pragmatic
characterized by a sensitivity in art and taste
customary; conforming to established practices
to make less severe or harsh ; to moderate; to lessen; to rel…
practical;realistic;do to earth;not IDEALISTIC or romantic
Aesthetic
characterized by a sensitivity in art and taste
Conventional
customary; conforming to established practices
23 terms
10/26/2016 NEW SAT (2016) READING TEST VOCABULARY
earnest
imposition
anecdote
impartial
Serious and sincere... a&n 热心(的);诚挚(的),真挚(的),认真(的)
an unwelcome demand; a burden... n.强制实行;强加
A brief narrative that focuses on a particular incident or ev…
unbiased, fair... 公平的
earnest
Serious and sincere... a&n 热心(的);诚挚(的),真挚(的),认真(的)
imposition
an unwelcome demand; a burden... n.强制实行;强加
14 terms
Read SAT 21/3/2016
conspiracy... /kənˈspɪrəsi/
indict... /ɪnˈdʌɪt/
smuggle... /ˈsmʌɡ(ə)l/
money laundering... /ˈlɔːndə/
(n.) a secret agreement between two or more people to perform…
(v.) accuse formally of a crime
Move (goods) illegally into or out of a country:
rửa tiền
conspiracy... /kənˈspɪrəsi/
(n.) a secret agreement between two or more people to perform…
indict... /ɪnˈdʌɪt/
(v.) accuse formally of a crime
26 terms
SAT Critical Reading Workbook Self Assessment Test Section 2 Definitions
amassed
repressed
wafted
tepid
to gather for oneself; collect as one's own
held back or restrained
to carry lightly and smoothly through the air or even over wa…
lukewarm; unenthusiastic, marked by an absence of interest
amassed
to gather for oneself; collect as one's own
repressed
held back or restrained
12 terms
SAT Critical Reading Workbook Self-Assessment Test Section 3 Definitions
malice
transmute
extant
idyllic
desire to inflict injury, harm, or suffering on another, eith…
to change from one nature, substance, form, or condition into…
in existence; still existing; not destroyed or lost
charmingly simple or rustic; naturally peaceful
malice
desire to inflict injury, harm, or suffering on another, eith…
transmute
to change from one nature, substance, form, or condition into…
22 terms
SAT Critical Reading Workbook Self-Assessment Test Section 1 Definitions
misconstrue
endorse
delegate
charlatans
to mistake the meaning of, misinterpret
to approve
a representative
a deceiver; a person who claims to have more knowledge than t…
misconstrue
to mistake the meaning of, misinterpret
endorse
to approve
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