3500SAT巴朗词表:Word List 11!《3500 WORDS SAT 巴郎词表》中收录3500多个核心词汇,分为35个单元,可以有效的帮助考生攻克SAT词汇难关。下面智课网为大家带来,《3500 WORDS SAT 巴郎词表》Word List 11词汇,供考生学习。

  Copious ADJ. /丰富的,大量的/plentiful. She had copious reasons for rejecting the proposal.

  coquette N. /卖弄风情的女子;蜂鸟/flirt. Because she refused to give him an answer to his proposal of marriage, he called her a coquette. alsoV.

  cordial ADJ. /亲切;衷心/gracious; heartfelt. Our hosts greeted us at the airport with a cordial welcome and a hearty hug.

  cordon N. /警戒线/extended line of men or fortifications to prevent access or egress. The police cordon was so tight that the criminals could not leave the area. alsoV.

  cornucopia N. /象征丰饶的羊角/horn overflowing with fruit and grain; symbol of abundance. The encyclopedia salesman claimed the new edition was a veritable cornucopia of information, an inexhaustible source of knowledge for the entire family.

  corollary N. /结果,产物/consequence; accompaniment. Brotherly love is a complex emotion, with sibling rivalry its natural corollary.

  coronation N. /加冕/ceremony of crowning a queen or king. When the witches told Macbeth he would be king, they failed to warn him he would lose his crown soon after his coronation.

  corporeal ADJ. /肉体的,物质的/bodily; material. The doctor had no patience with spiritual matters: his job was to attend to his patients' corporeal problems, not to minister to their souls.

  corpulent ADJ. /肥胖/very fat. The corpulent man resolved to reduce. corpulence, N.

  correlation N. /相互的关系/mutual relationship. He sought to determine the correlation that existed between ability in algebra and ability to interpret reading exercises. correlate, V., N.

  corroborate V. /确认;支持/confirm; support. Though Huck was quite willing to corroborate Tom's story, Aunt Polly knew better than to believe either of them.

  corrode V. /腐蚀/destroy by chemical action. The girders supporting the bridge corroded so gradually that no one suspected any danger until the bridge suddenly collapsed. corrosion, N.

  corrosive ADJ. /腐蚀性的/eating away by chemicals or disease. Stainless steel is able to withstand the effects of corrosive chemicals. corrode,V.

  corrugated ADJ. /皱的/wrinkled; ridged. She wished she could smooth away the wrinkles from his corrugated brow.

  Cosmic ADJ. /宇宙的;巨大的/pertaining to the universe; vast. Cosmic rays derive their name from the fact that they bombard the earth's atmosphere from outer space. COSMOS, N.

  cosmopolitan ADJ. /世界主义/sophisticated. Her years in the capitol had transformed her into a cosmopolitan young woman highly aware of international affairs.

  coterie N. /同行,圈内人/group that meets socially; select circle. After his book had been published, he was invited to join the literary coterie that lunched daily at the hotel.

  countenance V. /忍受;接受/approve; tolerate. He refused to countenance such rude behavior on their part.

  countenance N. /脸/face. When Jose saw his newborn daughter, a proud smile spread across his countenance.

  countermand V. /取消;废除/cancel; revoke. The general countermanded the orders issued in his absence.

  culvert N. /水管/artificial channel for water. If we build a culvert under the road at this point, we will reduce the possibility of the road's being flooded during the rainy season.

  cumbersome ADJ. /粗笨的;累赘/heavy; hard to manage. He was burdened down with cumbersome parcels.

  cumulative ADJ. /累积/growing by addition. Vocabulary building is a cumulative process: as you go through your flash cards, you will add new words to your vocabulary, one by one.

  cupidity N. /贪婪/greed. The defeated people could not satisfy the cupidity of the conquerors, who demanded excessive tribute.

  curator N. /主管;经理/superintendent; manager. The members of the board of trustees of the museum expected the new curator to plan events and exhibitions that would make the museum more popular.

  curmudgeon N. /脾气坏;吝啬/churlish, miserly individual. Although he was regarded by many as a curmudgeon, a few of us were aware of the many kindnesses and acts of charity that he secretly performed.

  cursive ADJ. /流动的;连接的/flowing, running. In normal writing we run our letters together in cursive form; in printing, we separate the letters.

  cursory ADJ. /草率;匆忙/casual; hastily done. Because a cursory examination of the ruins indicates the possibility of arson, we believe the insurance agency should undertake a more extensive investigation of the fire's cause.

  curtail V. /减短;降低/shorten; reduce. When Herb asked Diane for a date, she said she was really sorry she couldn't go out with him, but her dad had ordered her to curtail her social life.

  cynical ADJ. /愤世嫉俗/skeptical or distrustful of human motives. Cynical from birth, Sidney was suspicious whenever anyone gave him a gift "with no strings attached." cynic, N.

  cynosure N. /广受注意的目标/the object of general attention. As soon as the movie star entered the room, she became the cynosure of all eyes.




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