1. 持观点：assert, claim, contend, reckon, advocate, maintain, side with, be in favor of, share the belief that
The government contends that he is terrorist.
Protesters are urging the army to join them and not side with the government or police.
2. 反观点：contradict, criticize, cast doubt on, be against, object to, oppose
The shy girl was afraid to contradict.
3. 合理的：justified, sensible, feasible, convincing, hold water, bear much analysis
4. 好处：advantage, benefit, merit, positive side
They have been persuaded of the merits of peace.
5. 弊端：disadvantage, defect, demerit, negative side
6. 肯定的：undoubtedly, indeed, undeniably, there is no denying that
7. 不确定：be likely that, potentially, presumably
8. 重要的：essential, significant, vital, crucial, critical, fundamental, indispensable
She was becoming indispensable to him.
9. 有益的：beneficial, instrumental, salutary
In his first years as chairman he was instrumental (起作用的) in raising the company's wider profile.
A salutary (磨练人的) experience is good for you, even though it may seem difficult or unpleasant at first.
10. 有害的：detrimental, harmful
Many foods are suspected of being detrimental to health because of the chemicals and additives they contain.
11. 恶意的：hostile, virulent
Soon after he arrived, Kingfisher launched a hostile bid for Dixons.
Now he faces virulent attacks from the Italian media.
12. 争议的：controversial, disputable, contentious
13. 普遍的：widespread, prevailing, prevalent, universal
14. 明显的：evident, apparent, manifest (也可作动词，意为“显现出”), obvious
The same panic is manifest everywhere.
He manifested a pleasing personality on stage.
15. 显著地：considerably, significantly, remarkably, dramatically, tremendously, substantially, drastically
16. 增强：enhance, strengthen, intensify
17. 减少：decline, descend, collapse, relieve
His business empire collapsed under a massive burden of debt.
18. 大约：approximately, nearly, around, estimated, roughly
19. 趋势：trend, tendency, inclination (v. incline)
20. 倾向：tend to, be inclined to, be apt to
Those who fail incline to blame the world for their failure.
She was apt to raise her voice and wave her hands about.
21. 预见：predict, expect, anticipate, foresee
He didn't foresee any problems.
22. 引起：bring about, result in, generate, lead to, create, spark, yield, give rise to
Last year 400,000 acres of land yielded a crop worth $1.75 billion. (yield 作动词还有屈服、放弃、让行等意)
23. 建立：establish, found, institute
We will institute a number of measures to better safeguard the public.
24. 要求：call for, request, demand
They angrily called for Robinson's resignation.
25. 去除：eliminate, remove, eradicate, exterminate
They are already battling to eradicate illnesses such as malaria and tetanus.
A huge effort was made to exterminate the rats.
26. 探讨：explore, examine, probe
The more they probed into his background, the more inflamed their suspicions would become.
27. 识别：discern, identify, recognize
You need a long series of data to be able to discern such a trend.
28. 描绘：depict, describe, portray, illustrate
The film portrays a culture of young people who live in lower Manhattan.
The example of the United States illustrates this point.
29. 后果：consequence, aftermath, outcome
In the aftermath of the coup, the troops opened fire on the demonstrators.
30. 足够：adequate, enough, sufficient