英文解释： noun: an act of making something right
例句： Barry forgot his wife's birthday two years in a row, and was only able to redress his oversight by surprising his wife with a trip to Tahiti.
英文解释： adjective: stubbornly resistant to authority or control
例句： Used to studious high school students, Martha was unprepared for the refractory Kindgergarteners who neither sat still nor listened to a single word she said.
英文解释： verb: prove to be false or incorrect
例句： No one could refute his theories or propositions, and that is why he was esteemed by all his colleagues in the philosophy department.
英文解释： "verb: to put your name or other information in a list for something
verb: to identify and show on a tool for measuring"
例句： "If you'd like to buy a meal plan, you can register at the student affairs office.
The bomb was so strong that far away weather balloons registered the heat."
英文解释： verb: assign to a lower position
例句： When Dexter was unable to fulfill his basic duties, instead of firing him, the boss relegated him to kitchen cleanup.
英文解释： adjective: closely connected to the topic and therefore important
例句： I think Professor McGarry can give you some relevant books to help you write that essay.
英文解释： adjective: to be negligent in one’s duty
例句： Remiss in his duty to keep the school functioning efficiently, the principal was relieved of his position after only three months.
英文解释： verb: to make objections while pleading
例句： The mothers of the kidnapped victims remonstrated to the rogue government to release their children, claiming that the detention violated human rights.
英文解释： verb: fail to fulfill a promise or obligation
例句： We will no longer work with that vendor since it has reneged on nearly every agreement.
英文解释： adjective: completely stocked or furnished with something
例句： Only weeks after the hurricane made landfall, the local supermarket shelves were replete with goods, so quick was the disaster relief response.