3481. jolt

  v. 撞击

  to cause to move with a sudden jerky motion

  例 jolte his opponent with a heavy punch 用一记重拳猛击对手

  v. 使…震惊

  to disturb the composure of

  例 She was jolted by the betrayal of her trusted friend.她被信任的朋友出卖,感到大为震惊

  3482. jostle

  v. 推挤

  to make one's way by pushing and shoving

  例 jostle against the others on the crowded platform 在拥挤的站台上和别人推撞

  v. 争抢

  to vie with in attaining an objective

  3483. juggernaut

  n. 不可抗拒的力量

  a massive inexorable force, campaign,movement, or object that crushes whatever is in its path

  例 a political juggernaut 不可抗拒的政治力量

  3484. jurisdiction

  n. 司法(权);审判权;裁判权

  the power, right, or authority to interpret and apply the law

  n. 管辖权;控制权

  the power or right to exercise authority

  3485. knave

  n. 无赖

  a tricky deceitful fellow

  3486. kudos

  n. 荣誉;赞扬;声望

  fame and renown resulting from an act or achievement

  3487. labyrinth

  n. 迷宫

  a place constructed of or full of intricate passageways and blind alleys

  派 labyrinthine adj. 错综复杂的

  3488. lacerate

  v. 割裂

  wound jaggedly

  v. 抨击;挫伤

  to cause sharp mental or emotional pain to

  3489. lackadaisical

  adj. 无精打采的;懒散的

  lacking life, spirit, or zest

  例 lackadaisical employees 懒散的员工

  3490. lambaste

  v. 狠批

  to attack verbally

  例 Critics lambasted his performance. 批评家严厉谴责了他的行径。

  3491. lampoon

  n. 讽刺诗文

  a harsh satire usually directed against an individual

  v. 嘲讽

  to make the subject of a lampoon

  3492. lassitude

  n. 倦怠;无力

  a state or feeling of weariness, diminished energy, or listlessness

  3493. leeway

  n. 余地

  an allowable margin of freedom or variation

  3494. legion

  n. 军团,古罗马军团

  the principal unit of the roman army comprising 3000 to 6000 foot soldiers with cavalry

  n. 大批的人

  a very large number

  adj. 大量的

  many, numerous

  例 Her admirers were legion. His mistakes were legion.她的崇拜者很多。他的错误很多

  3495. lexicographer

  n. 词典编繤者

  an author or editor of a dictionary

  3496. lexicon

  n. 词汇

  a stock of terms used in a particular profession, subject, or style

  例 lexicon of art 艺术领域的专业词汇

  n. 词典;字典

  a book containing an alphabetical arrangement of the words in a language and their definitions

  3497. limbo

  n. 待定状态;被遗忘状态

  a place or state of neglect or oblivion

  例 Management kept her promotion in limbo for months.有好几个月领导将她的升迁之事放置一边

  3498. limerick

  n. 五行打油诗

  a light or humorous verse form of five chiefly anapestic verses of which lines 1, 2,and 5 are of three feet and lines 3 and 4 are of two feet with a rhyme scheme of aabba

  3499. limn

  v. 描述;勾画

  to outline in clear sharp detail

  3500. litigious

  adj. 好诉讼的

  tending to engage in lawsuits

  adj. 好争吵的

  given to arguing