英文解释： verb: express strong disapproval of
例句： The manager spent an hour objurgating the employee in the hopes that he would not make these mistakes again.
英文解释： adjective: showing a cheerful willingness to do favors for others
例句： Even after all his success, I found him to be accommodating and obliging, sharing with me his "secret tips" on how to gain wealth and make friends.
英文解释： adjective: not straightforward; indirect
例句： Herbert never explicitly revealed anything negative about Tom's past, but at times he would obliquely suggest that Tom was not as innocent as he seemed.
英文解释： "verb: make unclear
adjective: known by only a few"
例句： "On the Smith's drive through the Grand Canyon, Mr. Smith's big head obscured much of Mrs. Robinson's view, so that she only saw momentary patches of red rock.
Many of the biggest movie stars were once obscure actors who got only bit roles in long forgotten films."
英文解释： adjective: attentive in an ingratiating or servile manner; attempting to win favor from influential people by flattery
例句： The obsequious waiter did not give the couple a moment's peace all through the meal, constantly returning to their table to refill their water glasses and to tell them what a handsome pair they made.
英文解释： adjective: resistant to guidance or discipline; stubbornly persistent
例句： The coach suggested improvements Sarah might make on the balance beam, but she remained obstinate, unwilling to modify any of the habits that made her successful in the past.
英文解释： adjective: noisily and stubbornly defiant; willfully difficult to control
例句： When the teacher asked the obstreperous student simply to bus his tray, the student threw the entire tray on the floor, shouted an epithet, and walked out.
英文解释： adjective: be valid, applicable, or true
例句： The custom of waiting your turn in line does not obtain in some countries, in which many people try to rush to front of the line at the same time.
英文解释： adjective: slow to learn or understand; lacking intellectual acuity; lacking in insight or discernment
例句： Jackson was the most obtuse member of the team: the manager's subtle ironies were always lost on him.
英文解释： adjective: intrusive in a meddling or offensive manner
例句： The professor had trouble concentrating on her new theorem, because her officious secretary would barge in frequently reminding her of some trivial detail involving departmental paperwork.