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2017年6月六级大纲新增词汇(一)

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2017年6月份的六级考试即将到来,大家是否刷完六级单词了呢?除了关注高频词也不要忘了新增词哦。小编整理了六级新增词汇大纲来帮助大家更高效地学习,快来看看你是否认识它吧~

1. abbreviation [?,bri?vi'e??(?)n]

n.①略语,缩写词 ②缩写

例句:

“Dr” is the written abbreviation of “Doctor”. Dr是Doctor的缩写形式。

2. abide [?'ba?d]

v.忍受,容忍

例句:

You have to abide by the referee's decision. 你必须服从裁判的决定。

3. abreast [?'brest]

ad.并排,并肩

例句:

The planes were flying four abreast. 飞机分成四架一排飞行。

4. acclaim [?'kle?m]

vt.称赞 n.赞赏

例句:

His work was acclaimed by art critics.他的作品受到艺术评论家的推崇。

5. acupuncture ['ækj?,p??kt??]

n.针刺(疗法)

例句:

I had acupuncture in my lower back.我在后腰上做了针灸。

6. advent ['ædvent]

n.(sing.)出现,到来

例句:

Swallows come by groups at the advent of spring. 春天来临时燕子成群飞来。

7. adversary ['ædv?s(?)ri]

n.对手,敌手 a.敌手的

例句:

He saw her as his main adversary within the company.他将她视为公司中主要的对手。

8.afloat [?'fl??t]

ad./a.①漂浮地(的) ②在船上地(的)

例句:

Somehow we kept the ship afloat. 我们想方设法使船没有下沉。

9. agitate ['æd??te?t]

v.鼓动vt.使焦虑,使不安

例句:

His family are agitating to get him freed. 他的家人在多方游说将他释放。

10. ail [e?l]

v.①困扰 ②(使)得病,(使)难受

例句:

This initiative is not the answer to what ails our educational system.这一方案并不能解决我们教育体制的弊病。

11. akin [?'k?n]

a.(~tosth.)相似的

例句:

Something akin to panic overwhelmed him.一种类似惊恐的感觉使他不知所措。

12. align [?'la?n]

v.(使)排成一行vt.与……结盟

例句:

Church leaders have aligned themselves with the opposition. 教会领袖和反对派站在了一起。

13. allot [?'l?t]

vt.(按份额)分配,配给

例句:

Try and allot 2 or 3 hours a day to revision. 每天设法抽出两三个小时复习。

14. allude [?'lu?d]

vi.(to)暗指,影射

例句:

I didn't allude to anybody or anything.我并未影射任何人或任何事。

15. allure [??lj??]

vt.引诱,诱惑

例句:

Rewards allure men to brave danger. 重赏之下,必有勇夫。

16. almighty [??l'ma?ti]

a.全能的,万能的

例句:

Money is not almighty. 金钱并不是万能的。

17. amass [?'mæs]

vt.(大量地)积累,积聚

例句:

He amassed a fortune after the war.战后,他积累了大量财富。

18. amiable ['e?mi?b(?)l]

a.和蔼可亲的,亲切的

例句:

The driver was an amiable young man. 司机是位和蔼可亲的年轻人。

19. analog(ue) ['æn?l?ɡ]

n.[C]类似物,相似体a.①模拟的 ②(钟表)指针式的

例句:

The first generation of cell phones are analogue, commonly known as "Big Brother. " 第一代手机是模拟制式的,俗称“大哥大”。

20. anguish ['æ?gw??]

n.极度痛苦,苦恼

例句:

Mark looked at him in anguish. 马克极为痛苦地看着他。

21. annex [??neks]

vt.并吞(土地等),兼并

例句:

The Baltic republics were annexed by the Soviet Union in 1940. 1940年,波罗的海诸共和国被苏联吞并。

22. antagonism [æn'tæg(?)n?z(?)m]

n.对抗,敌对

例句:

There is still much antagonism between environmental groups and the oil companies. 环境组织与石油公司之间仍有很多敌意。

23. antenna [æn'ten?]

n.①触角,触须 ②(电视的)天线

例句:

They erected a television antenna on the roof. 他们在屋顶上竖起了电视天线。

24. antonym ['ænt?n?m]

n.反义词

例句:

Give the synonym and antonym of this word. 给出这个词的同义词和反义词。

25. ape [e?p]

n.类人猿vt.模仿

例句:

Man has evolved from the ape. 人是从类人猿进化来的。

26. appal(l) [?'p??l]

vt.使惊骇

例句:

The way we kill animals appals a lot of people. 我们这样屠杀动物令许多人震惊。

27. apprentice [?'prent?s]

vt.当学徒n.徒弟,学徒

例句:

She works in the hairdresser's as an apprentice. 她在美发店当学徒。

28. arbitrate ['ɑ?b?tre?t]

v.仲裁,公断

例句:

A committee will arbitrate between management and unions. 将有一个委员会来仲裁资方和工会的争端。

29. ardent ['ɑ?d(?)nt]

a.①热烈的 ②热心的

例句:

Ardent expectations were held by his parents for his college career. 他父母对他的大学学习抱着殷切的期望。

30. aspire [?'spa??]

vi.追求,渴望,有志于

例句:

He aspired to become a lawyer. 他渴望成为一名律师。

31. assorted [?'s??t?d]

a.各种各样的,混合的

例句:

The bowl contains assorted hard sweets. 碗里装着各种硬糖。

32. assortment [?'s??tm?nt]

n.各种各样

例句:

The shop has a rich assortment of goods. 这个商店有各种各样的货品。

33. astray [?'stre?]

ad.(go~)迷途

例句:

The letter had gone astray in the post. 这封信寄丢了。

34. asylum [?'sa?l?m]

n.①(政治)庇护,避难 ②精神病院

例句:

He has been granted asylum in France. 他在法国获得了政治庇护。

35. atrocity [?'tr?s?ti]

n.(尤指战争中的)暴行,残忍行为

例句:

Seeing such a terrible sight before his eyes, he was savaged by his enemy's atrocity. 看到眼前这恐怖的场景,他被敌方的暴行激怒了。

36. audit ['??d?t]

n.①审计 ②审查vt.①审计 ②旁听

例句:

Start with an audit of existing services within the community. 从检查社区现有的服务开始。

37. augment [??g'ment]

vt.扩大,增加,提高

例句:

Any surplus was sold to augment their income. 所有多余的东西都被卖了来增加他们的收入。

38. autobiography [,??t?ba?'?gr?fi]

n.自传

例句:

He published his autobiography last autumn. 他去年秋天出版了他的自传。

39. avenge [?'vend?]

vt.为……报仇

例句:

He wanted to avenge his brother's death. 他要为弟弟的死复仇。

40. backyard ['bækjɑ?d]

n.(住宅的)后院

例句:

The old man grew vegetables in his backyard. 老人在屋后院子里种了蔬菜。

41. bait [be?t]

n.(sing.)①饵 ②引诱物vt.招惹,挑衅

例句:

We used worms as bait. 我们用小虫子作诱饵。

42. barge [bɑ?d?]

n.[C]平底载货船,驳船vi.冲撞,乱闯

例句:

Students tried to barge into the secretariat buildings. 学生们试图闯进秘书处大楼。

43. barometer [b?'r?m?t?]

n.①晴雨表,气压计 ②指标,标志

例句:

The skin is an accurate barometer of emotional and physical health. 皮肤是准确的晴雨表,可以反映一个人身心的健康状况。

44. barracks ['bær?ks]

n.①营房 ②简陋的大房子

例句:

The barracks was inspected daily. 营房每天都受到检查。

45. bass① [beis]

n.①低音乐器 ②男低音a.低音的

例句:

Is it in the bass or the melody? 是低音的部分还是主调的部分?

46. bass② [bæs]

n.(sing.同pl.)鲈鱼

例句:

They unloaded their catch of cod and bass. 他们卸下捕获的鳕鱼和鲈鱼。

47. beak [bi?k]

n.①(猛禽等的)嘴,喙 ②鸟嘴状物

例句:

And ever since then, Raven has had a curved beak. 从那以后,所有的乌鸦都有了一张弯曲的嘴。

48. beckon ['bekn]

v.(向某人)示意,召唤

例句:

She beckoned to the waitress to bring more wine. 她示意服务员再拿些酒来。

49. benevolent [b?'nev?l?nt]

a.仁慈的,仁爱的

例句:

A benevolent uncle paid for her to have music lessons. 一位叔叔慷慨解囊,出钱供她上音乐课。

50. benign [b?'na?n]

a.①(肿瘤等)良性的 ②和蔼的

例句:

He shook his head in benign amusement. 他好笑又宽厚地摇摇头。


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