gainsay V. /否认，拒绝/deny. She was too honest to gainsay the truth of the report.
gait N. /步态，步法;速度/manner of walking or running; speed. The lame man walked with an uneven gait. galaxy N. /星系;一群显赫的人;一系列重要的人或物/large, isolated system of stars, such as the Milky Way; any collection of brilliant personalities. Science fiction stories speculate about the possible existence of life in other galaxies. The deaths of such famous actors as John Candy and George Burns tells us that the galaxy of Hollywood superstars is rapidly disappearing.
gale N. /大风;一阵感情的爆发/windstorm; gust of wind; emotional outburst (laughter, tears). The Weather Channel warned viewers about a rising gale, with winds of up to sixty miles per hour.
gall N. /痛苦;烦恼;恼怒/bitterness; nerve. The knowledge of his failure filled him with gall. gall V. /惹恼;侮辱/annoy; chafe. Their taunts galled him.
galleon N. /大帆船/large sailing ship. The Spaniards pinned their hopes on the galleon, the large warship; the British, on the smaller and faster pinnace.
galvanize V. /电镀;刺激，激励/stimulate by shock; stir up; revitalize. News that the prince was almost at their door
galvanized the ugly stepsisters into a frenzy of combing and primping.
gambit N. /弃子抢先/opening in chess in which a piece is sacrificed. The player was afraid to accept his opponent's
gambit because he feared a trap which as yet he could not see. gambol V. skip; leap playfully. Watching children gambol-ing in the park is a pleasant experience. also N.
gamely ADV. /勇敢的，有精神的/bravely; with spirit. Because he had fought gamely against a much superior boxer, the
crowd gave him a standing ovation when he left the arena.
gamut N. /整个领域/entire range. In this performance, the leading lady was able to demonstrate the complete gamut of her acting ability.
gape V. /张着嘴呆看;裂缝/open widely; stare open-mouthed. The huge pit gaped before him; if he stumbled, he would fall i n. Slackjawed in wonder, Huck gaped at the huge stalactites hanging down from the ceiling of the limestone cavern.
garbled ADJ. /混淆/mixed up; jumbled; distorted. A favorite party game involves passing a whispered message from
one person to another until, by the time it reaches the last player, the message is totally garbled.
gargantuan ADJ. /巨大的/huge; enormous. The gargantuan wrestler was terrified of mice.
garish ADJ. /俗气;颜色太杂/over-bright in color; gaudy. She wore a gaudy rhinestone necklace with an excessively
garish gold lame dress.
garner V. /收集，储存/gather; store up. She hoped to garner the world's literature in one library. garnish V. /装饰/decorate. Parsley was used to garnish the boiled potato. also N.
garrulous ADJ. /贫嘴/loquacious; wordy; talkative. My Uncle Henry can out-talk any three people I know. He is the
most garrulous person in Cayuga County. garrulity, N.
gauche ADJ. /粗笨的，粗糙的/clumsy; coarse and uncouth. Compared to the sophisticated young ladies in their elegant
gowns, tomboyish Jo felt gauche and out of place.
gaudy ADJ. /华而不实的/flashy; showy. The newest Trump skyscraper is typically gaudy, covered in gilded panels that
gleam in the sun.
gaunt ADJ. /瘦骨嶙峋，憔悴;荒芜/lean and angular; barren. His once round face looked surprisingly gaunt after he had lost weight.
gavel N. /棒槌/hammerlike tool; mallet. "Sold!" cried the auctioneer, banging her gavel on the table to indicate she'd accepted the final bid.
gawk V. /张着嘴呆看/stare foolishly; look in open-mouthed awe. The country boy gawked at the skyscrapers and neon lights of the big city.