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4000 Essential English Words 2 Paul Nation

4000单双最佳倍投方案核心词汇2 保罗·纳新

Unit 30 Word List

第30单元 单词表

appeal v.

吸引

To appeal to someone is to be interesting or attractive to them.

表示让别人感到有趣或有吸引力。

→ Sleeping all day appeals to me, but I have to go to school.

我喜欢睡一整天,但又不得不去上学。

assume v.

假设

To assume something is to think that it is true, even with no proof.

即使没有证据,也认为是真的。

→ I assume you are both familiar with this plan.

我猜你们都很熟悉这个计划。

borrow v.

借入

To borrow something is to take it and then give it back later.

拿走某物并在不久之后归还。

→ Can I borrow a pencil to use today? I'll give it back to you tomorrow.

我今天能借一支铅笔用吗?我明天还你。

client n.

客户

A client is a person or business that pays another to do a service.

花钱买服务的个人或公司。

→ She has many clients who enjoy coming to her salon.

她有很多客户,大家都喜欢去她的发廊剪头发。

downtown n.

市中心区

The downtown is the center of most cities.

大城市的中心。

→ The downtown is filled with many tall buildings.

市中心里到处都是高楼大厦。

dull adj.

无趣的

If something is dull, it is not exciting.

没意思的。

→ The movie was very dull. I fell asleep watching it.

这电影真无聊,我看着看着都睡着了。

embarrass v.

使尴尬

To embarrass someone is to make them feel ashamed or foolish.

使人感到羞耻或愚蠢。

→ He was embarrassed when he couldn't remember her name.

他叫不出她的名字,一时有些尴尬。

fare n.

公共交通费

A fare is an amount of money paid to use a bus, train, or taxi.

用于支付巴士,火车或是出租车的费用。

→ Since he is a senior, my grandfather pays a low fare for the bus.

因为年迈,我爷爷坐公交有打折。

former adj.

从前的

Former describes something that used to be but is not any more.

描述以前是但现在不是的。

→ The hotel, a former castle, was built over 200 years ago.

这家旅店以前是个城堡,建于200年前。

formula n.

公式

A formula is a set mathematical way or method of solving a problem.

用于解题的设定的数学式子。

→ I learned a new formula that may help us with our problem.

我学到了一个新公式,说不定有助于我们解决问题。

found v.

创立

To found a company or organization means to start it.

开创公司或组织。

→ The pilgrims founded one of the first colonies in the United States.

清教徒们在美国建立了第一个殖民地。

invest v.

投资

To invest means to use money in a way that will bring a profit later.

表示先投入后取利的方式。

→ I invested money in a new building that should bring me a profit.

我投资了一套新房,我应该能获利。

loan n.

贷款

A loan is the act of lending something, usually money.

借出某物,通常指借钱。

→ I got a loan from the bank.

我从银行贷到了一笔钱。

practical adj.

实用性的

If something is practical, it is useful in normal life.

在日常生活中有用的。

→ Learning English is practical; you can use it in many places.

学单双最佳倍投方案很有用:在很多地方都用得上。

quarter n.

四分之一

A quarter is 25 cents.

表示百分之二十五。

→ He paid a quarter for the candy.

他花了二十五美分买糖。

salary n.

工资

A salary is how much money a person makes at his or her job.

人们工作取得的报酬。

→ He got a new job with a better salary.

他找到了一份工资更高的工作。

scholarship n.

奖学金

A scholarship is money given to one so they can go to school.

资助上学的钱。

→ I got a scholarship to help me pay for university.

我得了一笔奖学金,这解决了我的大学学费。

temporary adj.

临时的

If something is temporary, it exists for a short time.

表示短时间存在的。

→ This car is only temporary; I'll get a new one soon.

这辆车只是临时的;我很快就会买辆新的。

treasure n.

财富

A treasure is a collection of valuable things, especially jewels or gold.

有价值的东西,尤其指珠宝或黄金。

→ They became very rich when they found the buried treasure.

他们找到宝藏后变得很有钱。

urge v.

催促

To urge someone is to try very hard to get them to do something.

很努力地让人去做某事。

→ He urged them to believe his story.

他让人们相信自己的故事。

The Taxi Driver

出租车司机

Peter's job was driving a taxi downtown. He made a small salary. But he liked his job because it wasn't dull. Every day, he saw new things that appealed to him. Peter was practical about the future. "Maybe I can get a scholarship to college," he thought. "I could learn mathematical formulas and get a job at a bank. I could help clients invest their money."

彼得的工作是在城里开出租车。他挣得很少,但他喜欢自己的工作,因为这样的工作不会太无聊。他每一天都能看到感兴趣的事。彼得对未来的想法很实在。“或许我可以获得一笔奖学金,这样就能上大学了,”他心想。“我可以学到很多数学公式,然后可以找一份银行的工作,帮助客户们理财。”

Peter stopped to pick up a passenger. "Where to?" he asked.

彼得停下车让客人上车。“去哪里?”他问道。

Go to the Fourth Street Bank. And don't talk to me. I've had a rough day, the man said. Peter was angry, but he had a peaceful philosophy. When they stopped, the man's fare came to $10.25. He put his hands in his pockets. "I can't find my wallet!" he said. "I can't pay the fare!"

“去四号街银行,别搭理我,我今天过得很不顺。”客人说。彼得很生气,但他能让自己平静下来。到目的地后,客人该付的车费是10.25美元。客人伸手进口袋拿钱时说道:“我的钱包不见了!我付不了车费了!”

Peter said, "Maybe I'll give you a temporary loan. You can borrow ten dollars and a quarter from me."

彼得对他说:“或许我可以临时借你。我借给你10.25美元。”

The man was embarrassed, saying, "I was mean to you, but now I want to help you. I founded this bank. I want to give you one thousand dollars."

客人尴尬地说道:“我刚对你很刻薄,但我现在想帮你一把。我找到银行了。我要给你1000美元。”

That much money was like a treasure to Peter. The man urged him to take the money, but he didn't.

这对彼得来说是一大笔钱。客人让他拿钱,但彼得拒绝了。

You're an honest person, the man said. "I assumed you would take it. I want you to work for me."

“你是个诚实的人,”客人说,“我觉得你还是拿着吧。我想聘用你。”

The next day, Peter started his job at the bank. He was happy to be done with his former job.

第二天,彼得就开始了在银行的新工作。他很高兴能圆满完成前一份工作。

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