英文解释： verb: to celebrate a person
例句： After World War II, war heroes were feted at first but quickly forgotten.
英文解释： adjective: liable to sudden unpredictable change, esp. in affections or attachments
例句： She was so fickle in her politics, it was hard to pinpoint her beliefs; one week she would embrace a side, and the next week she would denounce it.
英文解释： verb: achieve something by means of trickery or devious methods
例句： Steven was able to finagle one of the last seats on the train by convincing the conductor that his torn stub was actually a valid ticket.
英文解释： noun: someone who deliberately creates trouble
例句： Freddie is a firebrand: every time he walks into the office, he winds up at the center of heated argument.
英文解释： verb: droop, sink, or settle from or as if from pressure or loss of tautness; become less intense
例句： After the three crushing defeats in the last three games, the team's enthusiasm began to flag.
英文解释： adjective: young and inexperienced; describing any new participant in some activity
例句： Murray has years of experience in family practice, but he is just a fledgling in surgery.
英文解释： verb: to deceive
例句： Many people have been fleeced by Internet scams and never received their money back.
英文解释： adjective: showing inappropriate levity
例句： Although Sam was trying to honor Mark's sense of humor, many found it quite flippant that he wore a comic nose and glasses mask to Mark's funeral.
英文解释： verb: behave awkwardly; have difficulties
例句： Sylvia has excelled at advanced calculus, but ironically, when she has deal with taxes, she flounders.
英文解释： verb: be a mystery or bewildering to
例句： Mary's behavior completely flummoxes me: I never have any idea what her motivations might be.