英文解释： verb: make more subtle or refined
例句： Jack's vulgar jokes were not so successful in the rarefied environment of college professors.
英文解释： adjective: marked by defiant disregard for danger or consequences; imprudently incurring risk
例句： Although Bruce was able to make the delivery in time with a nightime motorcycle ride in the rain, Susan criticized his actions as rash.
英文解释： adjective: extremely hungry; devouring or craving food in great quantities
例句： John didn't eat much at all during the week he had the flu, so now that he is regaining his health, it's not surprising that he has a ravenous appetite.
英文解释： verb: criticize severely or angrily; censure
例句： The police chief rebuked the two officers whose irresponsible decisions almost led to the deaths of seven innocent by-standers.
英文解释： noun: a summary (think of recap)
例句： Every point of the professors lesson was so clear that the students felt his concluding recapitulation was not necessary.
英文解释： verb: make (one thing) compatible with (another)
例句： Peggy was unable to reconcile her kind friend Jane with the cruel and merciless character Jane played on television.
英文解释： adjective: difficult to penetrate; incomprehensible to one of ordinary understanding or knowledge
例句： I found Ulysses recondite and never finished the book, waiting instead to read it with someone else so we could penetrate its meaning together.
英文解释： noun: mutual accusations
例句： The two brothers sat and cried, pointing fingers and making elaborate recriminations of the other's guilt
英文解释： verb: to break out or happen again
例句： After years of gamblers anonymous, Tony thought he'd broken his compulsive slot machine playing, but it took only one trip to the Atlantic City for a full recrudescence--he lost $5k on the one armed bandit.
英文解释： adjective: inspiring fear or awe
例句： On television basketball players don't look that tall, but when you stand in front of a seven-foot tall NBA player, he is truly redoubtable.