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【同义词辨析】 2021-03-18 形容词概述(建议打印)

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jason246 发表于 2022-10-6 01:26:26 | 显示全部楼层 |阅读模式
abnormal: mean deviating markedly from the rule or standard of its kind.
accidental-1: mean happening by chance.
accidental-2: mean not being part of the real or essential nature of something.
acute: mean full of uncertainty as to outcome.
adjacent: mean being in close proximity.
adverse: mean so apposed as to cause often harmful interference.
apparent: mean not actually being what appearance indicates.
artificial: mean brought into being not by nature but by human art or effort.
authentic: mean being actually and exactly what is claimed.
aware: mean having knowledge of something
bare: mean deprived of naturally or conventionally appropriate covering.
beneficial: mean bringing good or gain.
bloody: mean affected by or involving the shedding of blood.
bodily: mean of or relating to the human body.
brief: mean lacking length.
bright: mean shining or glowing with light.
broad: mean having horizontal extent.
carnal: mean having a physical orientation or origin.
ceremonial: mean marked by attention to or adhering strictly to prescribed forms.
characteristic: mean revealing a special quality or identity.
choice-2: mean the act or opportunity of choosing or the thing chosen.
circumstantial: mean dealing with a matter fully and usually point by point.
clear-1: mean capable of being seen through.
clear-2: mean quickly and easily understood.
close-2: mean massed tightly together.
comfortable: mean enjoying or providing circumstances of contentment or security.
common: mean generally met with and not in any way special, strange, or unusual.
complex: mean having confusingly interrelated parts.
concise: mean very brief in statement or expression.
conclusive: mean bringing to an end.
consecutive: mean following one after the other.
contemporary: mean existing or occurring at the same time.
continual: mean characterized by continued occurrence or recurrence.
correct-2: mean conforming to fact, standard, or truth.
costly: mean having a high value or valuation, especially in terms of money.
cumulative: mean increasing or produced by the addition of new material of the same or similar kind.
daily: mean of each or every day.
dangerous: mean bringing or involving the chance of loss or injury.
dark: mean more or less deficient in light.
deadly: mean causing or capable of causing death.
deep: mean having great extension downward or inward.
derogatory: mean designed or tending to belittle.
different: mean unlike in kind or character.
direct: mean uninterrupted.
dirty: mean either physically or morally unclean or impure.
disinclined: mean lacking the will or desire to do something indicated.
dismal: mean devoid of all that is cheerful and comfortable.
distant: mean not close in space, time, or relationship.
distinct: mean not being each and every one the same.
dominant: mean superior to all others in power, influence, or importance.
doubtful: mean not affording assurance of the worth, soundness, or certainty of something or someone.
dry: mean lacking or deficient in moisture.
earthly: mean belonging to or characteristic of the earth.
easy: mean not demanding undue effort or involving difficulty.
effective: mean producing or capable of producing an effect.
elastic: mean able to endure strain without being permanently altered or injured.
empty: mean lacking contents which could or should be present.
enormous: mean exceedingly or excessively large.
essential: mean so important as to be indispensable.
evident: mean readily perceived or apprehended.
excessive: mean going beyond a normal or acceptable limit.
expedient: mean dictated by practical or prudent motives.
explicit: mean perfectly clear in meaning.
extemporaneous: mean composed, done, or devised at the moment and not beforehand.
extrinsic: mean external to a thing, its essential nature, or its original character.
familiar: mean closely acquainted.
fantastic: mean conceived, made, or carried out without evident reference or adherence to truth or reality.
fast: mean moving, proceeding, or acting quickly.
favorable: mean pointing toward a happy outcome.
fearful-1: mean disturbed by fear.
fearful-2: mean of a kind to cause grave distress of mind. Additionally, all these words have a lighter, chiefly conversational value in which they mean little more than extreme.
fertile: mean producing or capable of producing offspring or fruit.
fictitious: mean having the nature of something imagined or mentally invented.
financial: mean of or relating to money.
firm: mean having a texture or consistency that resists deformation.
fit-1: mean right with respect to some end, need, use, or circumstance.
fitful: mean lacking steadiness or regularity in movement.
flagrant: mean conspicuously bad or objectionable.
fragile: mean easily broken.
full: mean containing all that is wanted or needed or possible.
futile: mean barren of or producing no result.
gaudy: mean vulgarly or cheaply showy.
ghastly: mean horrifying and repellent in appearance or aspect.
grand: mean large and impressive.
graphic: mean giving a clear visual impression especially in words.
hard: mean demanding great exertion or effort.
hateful: mean deserving of or arousing intense dislike.
healthful: mean conducive or favorable to the health or soundness of mind or body.
heavy: mean having great weight.
high: mean above the average in height.
imaginary: mean unreal or unbelievable.
incisive: mean having or showing or suggesting a keen alertness of mind.
indiscriminate: mean including all or nearly all within the range of choice, operation, or effectiveness.
inflated: mean swollen by or as if by fluid beyond normal size.
infrequent: mean not common or abundant.
innate: mean not acquired after birth.
insipid: mean devoid of qualities that make for spirit and character.
instinctive: mean not based on ordinary processes of reasoning.
intermittent: mean occuring or appearing in interrupted sequence.
irregular: mean not conforming to, in accordance with, or explainable by rule, law, or custom.
large: mean above average in magnitude, especially physical magnitude.
last: mean following all others in time, order, or importance.
lasting: mean enduring for so long as to seem fixed or established.
latent: mean not now manifest or showing signs of activity or existence.
lawful: mean being in accordance with law.
level: mean having a surface without bends, curves, or irregularities, and with no part higher than any other.
liable: mean being by nature or through circumstances likely to experience something adverse.
limp: mean deficient in firmness of texture, substance, or structure.
luxurious: mean ostentatiously rich or magnificent.
malodorous: mean having a bad or unpleasant smell.
martial: mean of or characteristic of war.
material: mean of or belonging to the world of actuality or to things apparent to the senses.
meager: mean falling short of what is normal, necessary, or desirable.
miscellaneous: mean a group, collection, or mass, or the things that make up a group, collection, or mass, marked by diversity or variety.
modern: mean having taken place, come into existence, or developed in times close to the present.
monstrous: mean extremely impressive.
movable: mean capable of moving or of being moved.
mysterious: mean beyond one's powers to discover, understand, or explain.
native: mean belonging to a locality.
nearest: mean closest in time, space, or degree.
nearly: mean within a little of being, becoming, reaching, or sufficing.
neat: mean manifesting care and orderliness.
new: mean having recently come into existence or use or into a particular state or condition.
nightly: mean of, relating to, or associated with the night.
noteworthy: mean having a quality that attracts attention.
noticeable: mean attracting notice or attention.
obscure: mean not clearly understandable.
odorous: mean emitting and diffusing scent.
often: mean again and again in more or less close succession.
old: mean having come into existence or use in the more or less distant past.
ominous: mean having a menacing or threatening aspect.
onerous: mean imposing hardship.
onward: mean in the act of advancing or going ahead, as in a movement, progression, series, or sequence.
opposite: mean being so far apart as to be or seem irreconcilable.
oral: mean involving the use of words.
outer: mean being or placed without something.
outright: mean without limit or qualification.
palatable: mean agreeable or pleasant to the taste.
pale-1: mean deficient in natural or healthy color or in vividness or intensity of hue.
pale-2: mean weak and thin in substance or vital qualities, as though drained of blood.
perceptible: mean apprehensible as real or existent.
perfect: mean not lacking or faulty in any respect.
pernicious: mean exceedingly harmful.
plastic: mean susceptible of being modified in form or nature.
plausible: mean outwardly acceptable as true or genuine.
pleasant: mean highly acceptable to or delighting the mind or senses.
plentiful: mean more than sufficient without being excessive.
possible: mean capable of being realized.
practicable: mean capable of being put to use or turned to account.
preceding: mean being before.
preliminary: mean serving to make ready the way for something else.
presently: mean after a little while.
prevailing: mean generally circulated, accepted, or used in a certain time or place.
probable: mean not currently certain but such as may be or become true or actual.
profuse: mean giving or given out in great abundance.
proportional: mean in due ration to something else.
provisional: mean not final or definitive.
pungent: mean sharp and stimulating to the mind or the senses.
random: mean determined by accident rather than design.
rank: mean growing or increasing at an immoderate rate.
real: mean corresponding to known facts.
reciprocal: mean shared or experienced by each of those concerned.
regular: mean being of the sort or kind that is expected as usual, ordinary, or average.
relevant: mean relating to or bearing upon the matter at hand.
rigid: mean extremely severe or stern.
rough: mean not smooth or even.
rural: mean relating to or characteristic of the country.
sacred: mean protected by law, custom, or respect against abuse.
safe: mean free from danger or risk.
same: mean not different or not differing from one another or others.
seasonable: mean peculiarly appropriate to the time or situation.
select: mean set apart by some superior character or quality.
similar: mean closely resembling each other.
single: mean one as distinguished from two or more or all others.
sinister: mean seriously threatening evil or disaster.
sleek: mean having a smooth bright surface or appearance.
small: mean noticeably below average in size.
smuggled: mean transported in defiance of the law.
soft: mean devoid of harshness, roughness, or intensity.
spacious: mean larger in extent or capacity than the average.
special: mean of or relating to one thing or class.
splendid: mean extraordinarily or transcendently impressive.
spontaneous: mean acting or activated without deliberation.
steady: mean not varying throughout a course or extent.
steep: mean having an incline approaching the perpendicular.
sterile: mean lacking the power to produce offspring or bear fruit.
stiff: mean difficult to bend or enliven.
still: mean making no stir or noise.
strange: mean departing or varying from what is ordinary, usual, or to be expected.
sufficient: mean being what is necessary or desirable.
supererogatory: mean done without need, compulsion, warrant, or provocation.
superficial: mean lacking in depth, comprehensiveness, or solidity.
theoretical: mean concerned principally with abstractions and theories.
therefore: mean as a result or concomitant.
though: mean in spite of the fact.
tight: mean drawn or stretched to the limit or to the point where there is no looseness or slackness.
transient: mean lasting or staying only a short time.
trite: mean lacking the freshness that evokes attention or interest.
universal: mean characteristic of, relating to, comprehending, or affecting all or the whole.
unlawful: mean not being in accordance with law.
usual: mean familiar through frequent or regular repetition.
vain: mean being without worth or significance.
valid: mean having such force as to compel serious attention and usually acceptance.
venial: mean not warranting punishment or the imposition of a penalty.
versatile: mean marked by or showing skill or ability or capacity or usefulness of many kinds.
vertical: mean being at right angles to a baseline.
virtually: mean not absolutely or actually, yet so nearly so that the difference is negligible.
weird: mean mysteriously strange or fantastic.
wet: mean more or less covered or soaked with liquid.
whole: mean including everything or everyone without exception.



    以上是韦氏同义词典中形容词部分的概述,共210组。强烈建议把它打印出来,一共5页。

    英语中需要知道的知识点可能很多,但真正值得背诵的其实很少,我认为以上概述值得背诵。   
   
    要快速记下这么多内容,不做练习是绝对不可能的,所以需要做一些习题。习题和答案都出
自这张表。

    祝学习顺利!

                                                        2021.3.18    Xi'an



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