【英文释义】a written character that looks like a picture: a character used in hieroglyphics
【试题原文】 The letter “H,” for example, comes from the Egyptian hieroglyph for “fence.”
【英文释义】an action or method that is planned and used to achieve a particular goal
【试题原文】 The abstraction of language is a necessary tactic to further develop our understanding of things we cannot see.
【英文释义】to put something or someone in danger
【试题原文】 Led by Rutgers anthropologist Helen Fisher, the study found texting “jeopardizes your ability to express your emotion” and emoji have filled this hole as “another way to express emotion.”
【英文释义】the quality or state of being homogeneous
【试题原文】 This has shown itself nowhere as strongly as it has in reaction to the homogeneity of emoji faces.
【英文释义】to smile in an unpleasant way because you are pleased with yourself, glad about someone else’s trouble, etc.
【试题原文】 The demand for ethnic diversity among the characters urged the Consortium to release a veritable color palette of smiling, frowning, winking, and smirking faces.