英文解释： adjective: offensively self-assured or given to exercising unwarranted power
例句： Though she was only a third grade teacher, Ms. Martinet was magisterial in dealing with her class, lording over them like a queen.
英文解释： adjective: noble and generous in spirit, especially towards a rival or someone less powerful
例句： He was a great sportsman: in defeat he was complementary and in victory he was magnanimous.
英文解释： verb: to assert
例句： The scientist maintained that the extinction of dinosaurs was most likely brought about by a drastic change in climate.
英文解释： adjective: clumsy
例句： As a child she was quite maladroit, but as an adult, she has become an adept dancer.
英文解释： noun: a disease or sickness
例句： The town was struck by a malady throughout the winter that left most people sick in bed for two weeks.
英文解释： noun: the confusion of a word with another word that sounds similar
例句： Whenever I looked glum, my mother would offer to share "an amusing antidote" with me—an endearing malapropism of "anecdote" that never failed to cheer me up.
英文解释： adjective: wishing or appearing to wish evil to others; arising from intense ill will or hatred
例句： Villians are known for their malevolent nature, oftentimes inflicting cruetly on others just for enjoyment.
英文解释： adjective: misconduct or wrongdoing (especially by a public official)
例句： Not even the mayor’s trademark pearly-toothed grin could save him from charges of malfeasance: while in power, he’d been running an illegal gambling rink in the room behind his office.
英文解释： noun: someone shirking their duty by pretending to be sick or incapacitated
例句： At one time, our country was full of hardworking respectful people, but now it seems that everyone is a malingerer with little inclination to work.
英文解释： "adjective: capable of being shaped or bent or drawn out
adjective: easily influenced"
例句： "The clay became malleable and easy to work with after a little water was added.
My little brother is so malleable that I can convince him to sneak cookies from the cupboard for me."