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为了帮助大家高效备考SAT,蘑菇教育小编为大家带来考前必背SAT高频词汇(151-200),希望对大家备考有所帮助。

  为了帮助大家高效备考SAT,蘑菇教育小编为大家带来考前必背SAT高频词汇(151-200),希望对大家备考有所帮助。

  表1-单词自测表

  151. quietude /ˈkwaɪəˌtjuːd/

  152. reverberate /rɪˈvɜːbəˌreɪt/

  153. milieu /ˈmiːljɜː/

  154. grumble ['ɡrʌmbl]

  155. groundbreaker ['ɡraund,breikə]

  156. compile /kəmˈpaɪl/

  157. succumb /səˈkʌm/

  158. infestation [,infe'steiʃən]

  159. intricate /ˈɪntrɪkɪt/

  160. ornate /ɔːˈneɪt/

  161. assign[ə'saɪn]

  162. vandalism /ˈvændəˌlɪzəm/

  163. prolific /prəˈlɪfɪk/

  164. ingenious /ɪnˈdʒiːnjəs/

  165. fluctuation [,flʌktju'eiʃən]

  166. refute /rɪˈfjuːt/

  167. disputable /dɪˈspjuːtəbəl, ˈdɪspjʊtə-/

  168. disregard /ˌdɪsrɪˈɡɑːd/

  169. manifest /ˈmænɪˌfɛst/

  170. identify /aɪˈdɛntɪˌfaɪ/

  171. vague /veɪɡ/

  172. substantiate /səbˈstænʃɪˌeɪt/

  173. authoritative /ɔːˈθɒrɪtətɪv/

  174. rancorous /ˈræŋkərəs/

  175. enigmatic /ˌɛnɪɡˈmætɪk/

  176. arcane /ɑːˈkeɪn/

  177. satire /ˈsætaɪə/

  178. nostalgic /nɒˈstældʒɪk/

  179. unsavory /ʌnˈseɪvərɪ/

  180. merited /'merɪtɪd/

  181. prodigious /prəˈdɪdʒəs/

  182. prominent /ˈprɒmɪnənt/

  183. excoriate /ɪkˈskɔːrɪˌeɪt/

  184. exemplary /ɪɡˈzɛmplərɪ/

  185. proliferate /prəˈlɪfəˌreɪt/

  186. constituency /kənˈstɪtjʊənsɪ/

  187. uncouth /ʌnˈkuːθ/

  188. anecdotal /ˌænɛkˈdəʊtəl/

  189. confound /kənˈfaʊnd/

  190. commonplace /ˈkɒmənˌpleɪs/

  191. extemporaneous [ik,stempə'reiniəs]

  192. secure /sɪˈkjʊə/

  193. enthral [in'θrɔ:l]

  194. obsession /əbˈsɛʃən/

  195. application

  196. cursory /ˈkɜːsərɪ/

  197. unorthodox /ʌnˈɔːθəˌdɒks/

  198. discipline

  199. attenuated /əˈtɛnjuːeɪtɪd/

  200. plasticity /plæˈstɪsɪtɪ/

  表2 :词汇记忆表

  151.quietude

  quietude /ˈkwaɪəˌtjuːd/

  N-UNCOUNT Quietude is quietness and calm. 寂静 [正式]

  152. reverberate

  reverberate /rɪˈvɜːbəˌreɪt/ ( reverberating, reverberated, reverberates )

  V-I When a loud sound reverberates through a place, it echoes through it. 回响

  例:

  Day in and day out, the flat crack of the tank guns reverberates through the little Bavarian town.

  日复一日地,单调的坦克炮的轰隆声在巴伐利亚的这个小镇上空回响着。

  153.milieu

  milieu /ˈmiːljɜː/ ( milieus )

  N-COUNT Your milieu is the group of people or activities that you live among or are familiar with. (社会) 环境 [正式]

  例:

  They stayed, safe and happy, within their own social milieu.

  他们呆在自己所属的社交圈里,安稳又愉快。

  154.grumble

  grumble ['ɡrʌmbl]vi.抱怨,喃喃诉苦;发牢骚;鸣不平:

  She is always grumbling!

  她总是喃喃诉苦!

  Taxpayers are grumbling about the waste of government money, asusual.

  纳税人又像往常一样抱怨政府浪费钱财。

  155. groundbreaker

  groundbreaker ['ɡraund,breikə]

  n. 创始者;改进者

  156. compile

  compile /kəmˈpaɪl/ CET6 TEM4 ( compiling, compiled, compiles )

  V-T When you compile something such as a report, book, or programme, you produce it by collecting and putting together many pieces of information. 汇编; 汇集

  例:

  The book took 10 years to compile.

  这本书花了10年编写。

  157. succumb

  succumb /səˈkʌm/ CET6+ TEM8 ( succumbing, succumbed, succumbs)

  V-I If you succumb to temptation or pressure, you do something that you want to do, or that otherpeople want you to do, although you feel it might be wrong. (向诱惑、压力) 屈服 [正式]

  例:

  Don't succumb to the temptation to have just one cigarette.

  不要屈服于只抽一支烟的诱惑。

  158. infestation

  infestation [,infe'steiʃən]

  n.(害虫、盗贼等的)大批出没;侵扰;蔓延(动植物的)寄生虫侵扰

  159. intricate

  intricate /ˈɪntrɪkɪt/ CET6 TEM4

  ADJ You use intricate to describe something that has many small parts or details. 复杂精细的

  例:

  ...the production of carpets with highly intricate patterns.

  …图案复杂精细的地毯的制作。

  160. ornate

  ornate /ɔːˈneɪt/ TEM8

  ADJ An ornate building, pieceof furniture, or object is decorated with complicated patterns or shapes. 装饰华丽的

  例:

  ...an ornate iron staircase.

  …一个装饰华丽的铁楼梯。

  161. assign

  [ə'saɪn]

  V-T If you assign a particular function or value to someone or something, you say they have it. 赋予 (某功能或价值)

  例:

  Under the system, each business must assign a value to each job.

  在这种制度下,每家企业必须赋予每份工作某种价值。

  162. vandalism

  vandalism /ˈvændəˌlɪzəm/ TEM8

  N-UNCOUNT Vandalism is the deliberate damaging of things, especially public property. (尤指对公共财产的) 故意破坏

  例:

  ...a 13-year-old boy whose crime file includes violence, theft, vandalism and bullying.

  …一个犯罪档案中包括暴力、偷窃、破坏公物和恃强凌弱的13岁男孩。

  163. prolific

  prolific /prəˈlɪfɪk/ TEM8

  ADJ A prolific writer,artist, or composer produces a large number of works. (作家、艺术家或作曲家) 多产的

  例:

  She is a prolific writer of novels and short stories.

  她是位多产的长篇和短篇小说家。

  164. ingenious

  ingenious /ɪnˈdʒiːnjəs/ CET6 TEM4

  ADJ Something that is ingenious is very clever and involves new ideas, methods, or equipment.灵巧的; 新颖的

  例:

  ...a truly ingenious invention.

  …一项的确新颖的发明。

  165.fluctuation

  fluctuation [,flʌktju'eiʃən]

  n.(状态、方向、位置等)不稳定,不断变化,动摇

  波动,波状运动;起伏

  166. refute

  refute /rɪˈfjuːt/ CET6 TEM4 (refuting, refuted, refutes )

  V-T If you refute an argument, accusation, or theory, you prove that it is wrong or untrue. 驳倒 [正式]

  例:

  It was the kind of rumour that it is impossible to refute.

  这是那种不可能推翻的谣言。

  167. disputable

  disputable /dɪˈspjuːtəbəl, ˈdɪspjʊtə-/

  ADJ capable of being argued; debatable 可争议的

  168. disregard

  disregard /ˌdɪsrɪˈɡɑːd/ CET6 TEM4 (disregarding, disregarded, disregards )

  V-T If you disregard something, you ignore it or do not take account of it. 对…置之不理

  例:

  He disregarded the advice of his executives.

  他对主管们的建议置之不理。

  169. manifest

  manifest /ˈmænɪˌfɛst/ CET6 TEM4 ( manifesting, manifested,manifests )

  ADJ If you say that something is manifest, you mean that it is clearly true and that nobody would disagreewith it if they saw it or considered it. 明显的 [正式]

  例:

  ...the manifest failure of the policies.

  …这些政策明显的失败。

  170. identify

  identify /aɪˈdɛntɪˌfaɪ/ CET4 TEM4 ( identifying, identified,identifies )

  V-T If you can identify someone or something, you are able to recognize them or distinguish them fromothers. 识别

  例:

  There are a number of distinguishing characteristics by which you can identifya Hollywood epic.

  通过其诸多与众不同的特点,你可以识别出好莱坞的史诗影片。

  171. vague

  vague /veɪɡ/ CET4 TEM4 ( vaguer, vaguest )

  ADJ If something written or spoken is vague, it does not explain or express things clearly. 含糊的

  例:

  A lot of the talk was apparently vague and general.

  这次会谈的许多内容显然是含糊而笼统的。

  172. substantiate

  substantiate /səbˈstænʃɪˌeɪt/ TEM8 ( substantiating, substantiated,substantiates )

  V-T To substantiate astatement or a story means to supply evidence which proves that it is true. 证实 [正式]

  例:

  There is little scientific evidence to substantiate the claims.

  几乎没有能证实这些断言的科学证据。

  173. authoritative

  authoritative /ɔːˈθɒrɪtətɪv/ CET6 TEM4

  ADJ Someone or something that is authoritative gives an impression of power and importance and is likely tobe obeyed. 有权威的

  例:

  He has a commanding presenceand deep, authoritative voice.

  他仪态威严,声音深沉而有权威。

  174. rancorous

  rancorous /ˈræŋkərəs/

  ADJ A rancorous argument or person is full of bitterness and anger. 满怀愤懑的 [正式]

  例:

  The deal ended after a series of rancorous disputes.

  经过一连串充满敌意的争吵,该交易泡汤了。

  175. enigmatic

  enigmatic /ˌɛnɪɡˈmætɪk/ TEM8

  ADJ Someone or something that is enigmatic is mysterious and difficult to understand. 神秘难解的

  例:

  She starred in one of Welles's most enigmatic films.

  她主演了威尔斯最神秘的电影当中的一部。

  176. arcane

  arcane /ɑːˈkeɪn/

  ADJ Something that is arcane is secret or mysterious. 秘密的; 神秘的 [正式]

  例:

  Until a few months ago few people outside the arcane world of contemporary music had heard of Gorecki.

  直至几个月前,现代音乐神秘世界之外只有少数人听说过戈莱斯基。

  177. satire

  satire /ˈsætaɪə/ CET6+ TEM4 ( satires )

  N-UNCOUNT Satire is the use of humour or exaggeration in order to show how foolish or wicked some people's behaviour or ideas are. 讽刺

  例:

  The commercial side of the Christmas season is an easy target for satire.

  圣诞节期间商业化的一面很容易成为讽刺的对象。

  178. nostalgic

  nostalgic /nɒˈstældʒɪk/ CET6+ TEM8

  ADJ Nostalgic things cause you to think affectionately about the past. 引起怀旧的

  例:

  Although we still depict nostalgic snow scenes on Christmas cards, winters are now very much warmer.

  虽然我们还在圣诞卡上描绘引人怀旧的雪景,但现在冬天温暖多了。

  179. unsavory

  unsavory /ʌnˈseɪvərɪ/ adj. 难吃的;令人讨厌的

  180. merited

  ['merɪtɪd] V-T If someone or something merits a particular action or treatment, they deserve it. 应受到 [正式]

  例:

  He said he had done nothingwrong to merit a criminal investigation.

  他说他没有做错任何事,不应该受到刑事调查。

  181. prodigious

  prodigious /prəˈdɪdʒəs/

  ADJ Something that is prodigious is very large or impressive. 巨大的; 给人印象深刻的 [文学性]

  例:

  This business generates cash in prodigious amounts.

  这生意带来大量现金。

  182. prominent

  prominent /ˈprɒmɪnənt/ CET4 TEM4

  ADJ Someone who is prominent is important and well-known. 重要的; 著名的

  例:

  ...the children of very prominent or successful parents.

  …非常知名或成功的人士们的孩子们。

  183.excoriate

  excoriate /ɪkˈskɔːrɪˌeɪt/( excoriating, excoriated, excoriates )

  V-T To excoriate a person or organization means to criticize them severely, usually inpublic. (公开)指责 [正式]

  例:

  He proceeded to excoriate me in front of the nurses.

  他继续在这些护士们面前指责我。

  184.exemplary

  exemplary /ɪɡˈzɛmplərɪ/ CET6TEM8

  ADJ If you describe someone or something as exemplary, you think they are extremely good. 堪称典范的

  例:

  Underpinning this success has been an exemplary record of innovation.

  支持这一成功的基础是一次堪称典范的革新记录。

  185.proliferate

  proliferate /prəˈlɪfəˌreɪt/ CET6+ ( proliferating, proliferated,proliferates )

  V-I If things proliferate,they increase in number very quickly. 激增 [正式]

  例:

  Computerized databases are proliferating fast.

  计算机化的数据库在迅速激增。

  186. constituency

  constituency /kənˈstɪtjʊənsɪ/ CET6+ TEM4 ( constituencies )

  N-COUNT A particular constituency is a section of society that may give political support to aparticular party or politician. (会支持某政党或政客的) 选民阵营

  例:

  In Iowa, farmers are a powerful political constituency.

  在爱荷华州,农民是一个强大的政治选民阵营。

  187.uncouth

  uncouth /ʌnˈkuːθ/ TEM8

  ADJ If you describe a personas uncouth, you mean that their behaviour is vulgar, noisy, and unpleasant. (行为)粗鲁的; 吵闹的 [表不满]

  188.anecdotal

  anecdotal /ˌænɛkˈdəʊtəl/

  ADJ Anecdotal evidence is based on individual accounts, rather than on reliable research or statistics,and so may not be valid. 轶闻的

  例:

  Anecdotal evidence suggests that sales in the Southwest have slipped.

  传闻的证据表明西南部的销售量有所下滑。

  189.confound

  confound /kənˈfaʊnd/ ( confounding, confounded, confounds )

  V-T If someone or something confounds you, they make you feel surprised or confused, often by showing you that your opinions or expectations of them were wrong. 使吃惊; 使困惑

  例:

  He momentarily confounded his critics by his cool handling of the hostage crisis.

  他通过冷静处理人质危机顿时使他的批评者们大吃一惊。

  190.commonplace

  commonplace /ˈkɒmənˌpleɪs/ CET6 TEM4

  ADJ If something is commonplace, it happens often or is often found, and is therefore notsurprising. 常见的

  例:

  Inter-racial marriages have become commonplace.

  不同种族间的通婚已经变得很常见。

  191.extemporaneously

  extemporaneous [ik,stempə'reiniəs]

  adj.

  即席的,即兴的,临场的,临时的;随口而出的,无准备的

  192.secure

  secure /sɪˈkjʊə/ CET4 TEM4 ( securing, secured, secures )

  V-T If you secure something that you want or need, you obtain it, often after a lot of effort. 争取到 [正式]

  例:

  Federal leaders continued their efforts to secure a ceasefire.

  联邦政府的领导人们继续他们争取停火的努力。

  193. enthralled

  enthral [in'θrɔ:l]

  迷住,(强烈地)吸引住;使神魂颠倒,使感到很愉快,令人愉快:

  a performer whose grace,skill, and virtuosity enthral his audiences

  以其优美、技艺、精湛技巧吸引住他的观众的表演者

  194.obsession

  obsession /əbˈsɛʃən/ CET6+ ( obsessions )

  N-VAR If you say that someone has an obsession with a person or thing, you think they are spending too much time thinking about them. 迷恋

  例:

  She would try to forget her obsession with Christopher.

  她会试图忘掉她对克里斯托弗的迷恋。

  195.application

  N-UNCOUNT Application is hardwork and concentration on what you are doing over a period of time. 勤奋

  例:

  ...his immense talent,boundless energy and unremitting application.

  …他的巨大天资、无限精力与不懈努力。

  196. cursory

  cursory /ˈkɜːsərɪ/ TEM8

  ADJ A cursory glance orexamination is a brief one in which you do not pay much attention to detail. 粗略的 [ADJ n]

  例:

  Burke cast a cursory glance at the menu, then flapped it shut.

  伯克粗略瞥了眼菜单,然后啪地合上了。

  197. unorthodox

  unorthodox /ʌnˈɔːθəˌdɒks/ TEM8

  ADJ If you describe someone's behaviour, beliefs, or customs as unorthodox, you mean that they are different from what is generally accepted. 非正统的; 另类的

  例:

  The reality-based show followed the unorthodox lives of Ozzy, his wifeSharon, daughter Kelly, and son, Jack.

  这个写实剧取材于奥兹、其妻莎伦、女儿凯莉和儿子杰克的另类生活。

  198.discipline

  N-COUNT A discipline is aparticular area of study, especially a subject of study in a college oruniversity. (尤指大学里的) 学科 [正式]

  例:

  We're looking for people from a wide range of disciplines.

  我们正在寻找各类学科的人才。

  199.attenuated

  attenuated /əˈtɛnjuːeɪtɪd/

  ADJ An attenuated object isunusually long and thin.细长的 [正式]

  例:

  ...round arches and attenuated columns.

  ...圆拱门和细长柱子。

  200.plasticity

  plasticity /plæˈstɪsɪtɪ/

  N the quality of beingplastic or able to be moulded 成型性

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