英文解释： adjective: full of trivial conversation
例句： Lynne was garrulous: once, she had a fifteen minute conversation with a stranger before she realized the woman didn't speak English.
英文解释： adjective: lacking social polish
例句： Sylvester says the most gauche things, such as telling a girl he liked that she was much prettier when she wore makeup.
英文解释： adjective: agreeable, conducive to comfort
例句： Betty is a genial young woman: everyone she meets is put at ease by her elegance and grace.
英文解释： adjective: marked by refinement in taste and manners
例句： A live string quartet would provide a more genteel air to the wedding than would a folk singer.
英文解释： adjective: relevant and appropriate
例句： The professor wanted to tell the jury in detail about his new book, but the lawyer said it wasn't germane to the charges in the cases.
英文解释： verb: to manipulate voting districts in order to favor a particular political party
例句： Years ago, savvy politicians had gerrymandered the city center to ensure their re-election.
英文解释： verb: collect information bit by bit
例句： Herb has given us no formal statement about his background, but from various hints, I have gleaned that he grew up in difficult circumstances.
英文解释： adjective: (of a person) speaking with ease but without sincerity
例句： I have found that the more glib the salesman, the worse the product.
英文解释： "noun: an excessive supply
verb: supply with an excess of"
例句： "The Internet offers such a glut of news related stories that many find it difficult to know which story to read first.
In the middle of economic crises, hiring managers find their inboxes glutted with resumes."
英文解释： verb: urge on with unpleasant comments
例句： Doug did not want to enter the race, but Jim, through a steady stream of taunts, goaded him into signing up for it.