英文解释： verb: refuse to comply
例句： The students were willing to clean up the broken glass, but when the teacher asked them to mop the entire floor, they balked, citing reasons why they needed to leave.
英文解释： adjective: repeated too often; overfamiliar through overuse
例句： The professor used such banal expression that many students in the class either fell asleep from bordeom or stayed awake to complete his sentences and humor friends.
英文解释： noun: a trite or obvious remark
例句： Herbert regarded the minister's remark as a mere banality until Sharon pointed out profound implications to the seemingly obvious words.
英文解释： verb: expel from a community, residence, or location; drive away
例句： The most difficult part of the fast was banishing thoughts of food.
英文解释： adjective: the lowest, class were without any moral principles
例句： She was not so base as to begrudge the beggar the unwanted crumbs from her dinner plate.
英文解释： noun: an act that debases or corrupts
例句： The movie World War Z is a complete bastardization of the book with little more in common than zombies and a title.
英文解释： adjective: blissfully happy
例句： Often we imagine all monks to wear the beatific smile of the Buddha, but, like any of us, a monk can have a bad day and not look very happy.
英文解释： adjective: appropriate, and matches nicely
例句： Her dress was becoming and made her look even more beautiful.
英文解释： verb: to evade or dodge (a question)
例句： By assuming that Charlie was headed to college—which he was not—Maggie begged the question when she asked him to which school he was headed in the Fall.
英文解释： "verb: to envy someone for possessing or enjoying something
verb: to give reluctantly"
例句： "Sitting all alone in his room, Harvey begrudged the happiness of the other children playing outside his window.
We never begrudge money spent on ourselves."