英文解释： adjective: fair to all parties as dictated by reason and conscience
例句： The equitable distribution of ice cream to a group of 5 year olds will ensure little to no fighting—at least until the ice cream is gone.
英文解释： adjective: confusing or ambiguous
例句： The findings of the study were equivocal—the two researchers had different opinions on what the results signified.
英文解释： verb: to speak vaguely, usually with the intention to mislead or deceive
例句： After Sharon brought the car home an hour after her curfew, she equivocated when her parents pointedly asked her where she had been.
英文解释： verb: to completely destroy
例句： I tried eradicating the mosquitos in my apartment with a rolled up newspaper, but there were too many of them.
英文解释： verb: to make an error
例句： He erred in thinking that "indigent" and "indignant" were synonyms.
英文解释： adjective: to be wandering; not sticking to a circumscribed path
例句： Unlike his peers, who spent their hours studying in the library, Matthew preferred errant walks through the university campus.
英文解释： adjective: unpredictable; strange and unconventional
例句： It came as no surprise to pundits that the President’s attempt at re-election floundered; even during his term, support for his policies was erratic, with an approval rating jumping anywhere from 30 to 60 percent.
英文解释： adjective: not real or genuine; phony
例句： The car dealer's ersatz laughter was immediately followed by a price quote, one that Shelley found highly inflated.
英文解释： adjective: having or showing profound knowledge
例句： Before the Internet, the library was typically were you would find erudite readers.
英文解释： verb: avoid and stay away from deliberately; stay clear of
例句： Politicians are the masters of eschewing morals; academics are the masters of eschewing clarity.