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CATTI英语笔译综合词汇学习 2

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  deluge   TEM8

  A deluge of things is a large number of them which arrive or happen at the same time. 泛滥

  例:There was a deluge of requests for interviews and statements.


  V-T If a place or person is deluged with things, a large number of them arrive or happen at the same time. 使充斥 [usu passive]

  例:During 1933, Papen's office was deluged with complaints.


  susceptible  CET6 TEM8

  If you are susceptible to something or someone, you are very likely to be influenced by them. 易受…影响的 [v-link ADJ 'to' n]

  例:Young people are the most susceptible to advertisements.


  例:James was extremely susceptible to flattery.


  If you are susceptible to a disease or injury, you are very likely to be affected by it. 易受 (伤) 的; 易患 (病) 的

  例:Walking with weights makes the shoulders very susceptible to injury.


  homogeneous  (also homogenous) CET6 TEM8

  Homogeneous is used to describe a group or thing which has members or parts that are all the same. 同种类的 [正式]

  例:The unemployed are not a homogeneous group.


  monotonous  CET6+ TEM4

  ADJ Something that is monotonous is very boring because it has a regular, repeated pattern which never changes. 单调的

  例:It's monotonous work, like most factory jobs.


  founder  ( foundering, foundered, founders )

  The founder of an institution, organization, or building is the person who got it started or caused it to be built, often by providing the necessary money. 创建人

  例:He was one of the founders of the university's medical faculty.


  If something such as a plan or project founders, it fails because of a particular point, difficulty, or problem. 失败

  例:The talks have foundered, largely because of the reluctance of some members of the government to do a deal with criminals.


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