英文解释： adjective: not straightforward; giving a false appearance of frankness
例句： Many adults think that they can lie to children, but kids are smart and know when people are disingenuous.
英文解释： adjective: unbiased; neutral
例句： The potential juror knew the defendant, and therefore could not serve on the jury, which must consist only of disinterested members.
英文解释： adjective: two things are fundamentally different
例句： With the advent of machines capable of looking inside the brain, fields as disparate as religion and biology have been brought together by scientists trying to understand what happens in the brain when people have a religious experience.
英文解释： adjective: unaffected by strong emotion or prejudice
例句： A good scientist should be dispassionate, focusing purely on what the evidence says, without personal attachment.
英文解释： "noun: the property of being prompt and efficient
verb: dispose of rapidly and without delay and efficiently"
例句： "She finished her thesis with dispatch, amazing her advisors who couldn't believe she hadn't written 60 scholarly pages so quickly.
As soon as the angry peasants stormed the castle, they caught the king and swiftly dispatched him."
英文解释： noun: an exemption from a rule or obligation
例句： Since her father is a billionaire, she is given dispensation from many of the school's policies.
英文解释： verb: conceal one's true motives, usually through deceit
例句： To get close to the senator, the assassin dissembled his intentions, convincing many people that he was a reporter for a well-known newspaper.
英文解释： verb: cause to become widely known
例句： Before the effects of anaethesia were disseminated, patients had to experience the full pain of a surgery.
英文解释： "verb: squander or spend money frivolously
verb: to disperse or scatter"
例句： "The recent graduates dissipated their earnings on trips to Las Vegas and cruises in Mexico.
Kathleen's perfume was overwhelming in the cramped apartment, but once we stepped outside the smell dissipated and we could breathe once again."
英文解释： noun: a living full of debauchery and indulgence in sensual pleasure
例句： Many Roman emperors were known for their dissolution, indulging in unspeakable desires of the flesh.