英文解释： adjective: open to argument or debate; undecidable in a meaningless or irrelevant way
例句： Since the Board just terminated Steve as the CEO, what the finance committe might have thought of his proposed marketing plan for next year is now a moot point.
英文解释： adjective: biting and caustic in thought, manner, or style
例句： While Phil frequently made mordant remarks about company policy overall, he always was considerably gentler in discussing any person in particular.
英文解释： adjective: being on the point of death; declining rapidly losing all momentum in progress
例句： Whether you like it or not, jazz as a genre is moribund at best, possibly already dead.
英文解释： adjective: ill-tempered and not inclined to talk; gloomy
例句： After Stanley found out he was no longer able to go on vacation with his friends, he sat in his room morosely.
英文解释： verb: To undergo dramatic change in a seamless and barely noticeable fashion.
例句： The earnestness of the daytime talk shows of the 1970's has morphed into something far more sensational and vulgar: today guests actually standup and threaten to take swings at one another.
英文解释： verb: to defraud or swindle
例句： The so-called magical diet cure simply ended up mulcting Maria out of hundreds of dollars, but did nothing for her weight.
英文解释： "adjective: repetitive and boring; not spiritual
adjective: relating to the ordinary world"
例句： "Nancy found doing dishes a thorougly mundane task, although Peter found a kind of Zen pleasure in the chore.
Though we think of the pope as someone always dealing in holy matters, he is also concerned with mundane events, such as deciding when to set his alarm each morning."
英文解释： adjective: very generous
例句： Uncle Charley was known for his munificence, giving all seven of his nephews lavish Christmas presents each year.
英文解释： adjective: softened, subdued
例句： Helen preferred muted earth colors, such as green and brown, to the bright pinks and red her sister liked.
英文解释： adjective: lacking foresight or imagination
例句： The company ultimately went out of business because the myopic managers couldn't predict the changes in their industry.