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  17. consistent adj. 坚持的,一贯的,与…符合

  consistency n. 一致,连贯,坚持

  1) The professor had a consistent attitude towards all his students. (这位教授对他所有的学生一视同仁。)

  2) His deeds are not consistent with his words. (他们言行不一致。)

  3) The manager's statement was consistent with the fact. (经理的说法与事实相符。)

  4) There is no consistency between the movie and the book. (电影和书的情节不符。)

  5) Her rude behavior is not in consistency with her usual polite nature.(她的粗鲁行为和她平时斯文的性情不相符合。)

  18. systematically adv. 有系统地;有计划地

  systematic adj. 有系统的,有条理的

  1) They did everything systematically. (他们有条不紊地做了一切。)

  2) Do you have a systematic plan for the project? (对于这项工程你们有系统计划吗?)

  3) These skills are developed in a systematic way. (这些技能是有计划地发展的。)





  1. Uncertainty spreads through our lives so thoroughly that it dominates our language.

  动词spread的过去式和过去分词与动词原形是一样的。本句中的spread意思是becomes known or shared by more and more people (散布),如:

  1) News of the air crash spread quickly. (飞机坠毁的消息很快传播开了。)

  2) He is making a lecture tour to spread his political influence. (他在作巡回演讲以扩大自己的政治影响。)

  3) People seem to love spreading gossip. (人们似乎爱传闲话。)


  1)A scene of property spreads out before us. (一幅欣欣向荣的景象展现在我们面前。)

  2) The spread of education benefits many girls. (教育的普及使许多女孩得益。)

  3)He was spreading peanut butter on bread. (他正往面包上涂花生酱。)

  4) Many people died as a result of the spread of fire. (火势蔓延致使多人丧生。)

  5)You many consider spreading the work load. (你可以考虑把工作分摊一下。)


  1)He nearly lost his life. (他几乎送了命。)

  2) Fourteen children lost their lives in the fire. (十四个孩子在火中丧生。)

  3) People spend their lives worrying about wealth and health. (人们一生都在为金钱和健康担忧。)

  2. Our everyday speech is made up in large part of words…

  in part意为“在某种程度上;部分地”;in large part则表示“很大部分”,如:

  1) Some forms of mental illness are caused in part by lack of communication.


  2) The driver should in large part be responsible for the accident. (司机应为这起事故负大部分责任。)

  Be made up of 意思是“由…组成”,如:

  1) The medical team is made up of 4 doctors and 2 nurses. (那个医疗队由4名医生和2名护士组成。)

  2) His class is made up of 50 students. (他的班级由50名学生组成。)

  3. Atomic war is likely to destroy forever the nation that wages it.

  在前面我们已多次碰到be likely to, 我们提到过be likely的主语可以是it,也可以是其他名词,如:

  1) It is likely that he will be here in 30 minutes. (他过30分钟可能会到这儿。)

  2) The disease is likely to spread. (这种疾病可能会传播。)

  It is likely that the disease will spread.

  forever是副词,意思是for good, completely (永远地),如:

  They will vanish forever into the twilight. (他们将永远消失在黄昏里。)


  1)She is forever asking to borrow something. (她没完没了地向人借东西。)

  2) The teacher was forever spotting trivial errors in their calculations. (老师总是在他们的计算中发现错误。)

  that wages it是定语从句,修饰nation.Wage在本句中用作动词,意思是start(发起,开展),如:They waged a campaign against nuclear tests. (他们开展了反核试验运动。)

  4. Lacking any standard for estimating the probability, we are left with the judgment of the editorial writer.

  句中的lack 是一个及物动词,意思是“缺乏”,lack也可用作不及物动词和名词,请看下面的例句,注意lack的用法。

  1)He wasn't a stern man, in spite of his lack of humor. (尽管他缺少幽默感,但他不是一个苛刻的人。)

  2) Lack of funding is making our job more difficult. (资金短缺使我们的工作更加困难。)

  3) There was no lack of hands. (人手并不缺。)

  4) He is lacking in responsibility. (他不够负责。)

  5) Your statement lacks detail. (你的叙述不够详尽具体。)

  leave sth. with sb. 意思是“把…留给某人”,如:

  1) Leave your telephone number with the secretary. (把你的电话号码留给秘书。)

  2) He left his bicycle with his brother when he went on holiday. (他去度假时,把自行车放在他弟弟那儿。)

  5. Indeed, it has a value just because it allows us to express judgments when a precise quantitative statement is out of the question.

  allow sb. to do sth. 意思是“允许某人做某事”,如:

  1)They were allowed to stay there longer. (他们被允许在那儿时间呆长点。)

  2) He allowed me to take two books. (他允许我拿两本书。)

  请注意区别out of the question和out of question:

  out of the question意为“不可能的”,“办不到的”。如:

  1) I haven't finished my homework yet, going shopping now is out of the question.


  2) Going swimming at this time of the year is out of the question. (一年中这个时候游泳是不可能的。)

  out of question意为“毫无疑问”。如:

  1)Getting some help from her is out of question. (得到她的帮助不成问题。)

  2)It is out of question to get the job. (得到那份工作没问题。)

  6. …which are also quantifiable but denote not so much a condition of certainty as a quantity imprecisely known;

  not so much…as…意思是“与其说…不如说…”。如:

  1)He is not so much a reporter as a writer. (与其说他是一个记者,还不如说他是个作家。)

  2)His achievement was made not so much because of luck as because of hard work.


  7. …which can not be reduced to any accepted number because they are given different values by different people.

  reduce的意思是make sth. smaller in size or amount or less in degree (减少,减轻),如:

  1)They have promised to reduce the cost. (他们已经答应降低成本。)

  2)The workforce would have to be reduced by 50%. (劳动力将减少百分之五十。)

  reduce sb. to a particular state指处于(某种状态);使艰难(处境),用被动语态时,表示“迫使”。如:

  1) He was reduced to begging in the old days. (在旧社会他被逼得讨饭。)

  2) The old lady was reduced to despair. (老太太陷入了绝望。)

  在课文中的这个句子里,be reduced to意思是“使化为,使变为”,如:

  1) This kind of analysis reduce the problem to its simplest form. (这种分析方法使问题变得最为简单。)

  2) He had always wanted to reduce his thoughts to writing. (他一直想把自己的思想变成文字。)

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