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Thank you! Thank you for that amazing welcome.
 
And Chelsea, thank you.
 
I'm so proud to be your mother and so proud of the woman you've become.
 
Thanks for bringing Marc into our family, and Charlotte and Aidan into the world.
 
And Bill, that conversation we started in the law library 45 years ago is still going strong.
 
It's lasted through good times that filled us with joy, and hard times that tested us. If at first you don't succeed: how Hillary Clinton came back from the brink1 Read more
 
And I've even gotten a few words in along the way.
 
On Tuesday night, I was so happy to see that my Explainer-in-Chief is still on the job.
 
I'm also grateful to the rest of my family and the friends of a lifetime.
 
To all of you whose hard work brought us here tonight …
 
And to those of you who joined our campaign this week.
 
And what a remarkable2 week it's been.
 
We heard the man from Hope, Bill Clinton.
 
And the man of Hope, Barack Obama.
 
America is stronger because of President Obama's leadership, and I'm better because of his friendship.
 
We heard from our terrific vice-president, the one-and-only Joe Biden, who spoke3 from his big heart about our party's commitment to working people.
 
First Lady Michelle Obama reminded us that our children are watching, and the president we elect is going to be their president, too.
 
And for those of you out there who are just getting to know Tim Kaine - you're soon going to understand why the people of Virginia keep promoting him: from city council and mayor, to governor, and now senator.
 
He'll make the whole country proud as our vice-president.
 
And … I want to thank Bernie Sanders.
 
Bernie, your campaign inspired millions of Americans, particularly the young people who threw their hearts and souls into our primary.
 
You've put economic and social justice issues front and center, where they belong.
 
And to all of your supporters here and around the country:
 
I want you to know, I've heard you.
 
Your cause is our cause.
 
Our country needs your ideas, energy, and passion.
 
That's the only way we can turn our progressive platform into real change for America.
 
We wrote it together - now let's go out there and make it happen together.
 
[pause]
 
My friends, we've come to Philadelphia - the birthplace of our nation - because what happened in this city 240 years ago still has something to teach us today.
 
We all know the story.
 
But we usually focus on how it turned out - and not enough on how close that story came to never being written at all.
 
When representatives from 13 unruly colonies met just down the road from here, some wanted to stick with the King.
 
Some wanted to stick it to the king, and go their own way.
 
The revolution hung in the balance.
 
Then somehow they began listening to each other … compromising … finding common purpose.
 
And by the time they left Philadelphia, they had begun to see themselves as one nation.
 
That's what made it possible to stand up to a King.
 
That took courage.
 
They had courage.
 
Our Founders4 embraced the enduring truth that we are stronger together.
 
America is once again at a moment of reckoning.
 
Powerful forces are threatening to pull us apart.
 
Bonds of trust and respect are fraying6.
 
And just as with our founders, there are no guarantees.
 
It truly is up to us.
 
We have to decide whether we all will work together so we all can rise together.#p#分页标题#e#
 
Our country's motto is e pluribus unum: out of many, we are one.
 
Will we stay true to that motto?
 
Well, we heard Donald Trump7's answer last week at his convention.
 
He wants to divide us - from the rest of the world, and from each other.
 
He's betting that the perils8 of today's world will blind us to its unlimited9 promise.
 
He's taken the Republican party a long way ...
 
from "Morning in America" to "Midnight in America".
 
He wants us to fear the future and fear each other.
 
Well, a great Democratic president, Franklin Delano Roosevelt, came up with the perfect rebuke10 to Trump more than 80 years ago, during a much more perilous11 time.
 
"The only thing we have to fear is fear itself."
 
Now we are clear-eyed about what our country is up against.
 
But we are not afraid.
 
We will rise to the challenge, just as we always have.
 
We will not build a wall.
 
Instead, we will build an economy where everyone who wants a good paying job can get one.
 
And we'll build a path to citizenship12 for millions of immigrants who are already contributing to our economy!
 
We will not ban a religion.
 
We will work with all Americans and our allies to fight terrorism.
 
There's a lot of work to do.
 
Too many people haven't had a pay raise since the crash.
 
There's too much inequality.
 
Too little social mobility13.
 
Too much paralysis14 in Washington.
 
Too many threats at home and abroad.
 
But just look at the strengths we bring to meet these challenges.
 
We have the most dynamic and diverse people in the world.
 
We have the most tolerant and generous young people we've ever had.
 
We have the most powerful military.
 
The most innovative15 entrepreneurs.
 
The most enduring values.Freedom and equality, justice and opportunity.
 
We should be so proud that these words are associated with us. That when people hear them - they hear … America.
 
So don't let anyone tell you that our country is weak.
 
We're not.
 
Don't let anyone tell you we don't have what it takes.
 
We do.
 
And most of all, don't believe anyone who says: "I alone can fix it."
 
Those were actually Donald Trump's words in Cleveland.
 
And they should set off alarm bells for all of us.
 
Really?
 
I alone can fix it?
 
Isn't he forgetting?
 
Troops on the frontlines.
 
Police officers and fire fighters who run toward danger.
 
Doctors and nurses who care for us.
 
Teachers who change lives.
 
Entrepreneurs who see possibilities in every problem.
 
Mothers who lost children to violence and are building a movement to keep other kids safe.
 
He's forgetting every last one of us.
 
Americans don't say: "I alone can fix it."
 
We say: "We'll fix it together."
 
Remember: our Founders fought a revolution and wrote a constitution so America would never be a nation where one person had all the power.
 
Two hundred and forty years later, we still put our faith in each other.
 
Look at what happened in Dallas after the assassinations16 of five brave police officers.
 
Chief David Brown asked the community to support his force, maybe even join them.
 
#p#分页标题#e#
And you know how the community responded?
 
Nearly 500 people applied17 in just 12 days.
 
That's how Americans answer when the call for help goes out.
 
[pause]
 
Twenty years ago I wrote a book called It Takes a Village. A lot of people looked at the title and asked, what the heck do you mean by that?
 
This is what I mean.
 
None of us can raise a family, build a business, heal a community or lift a country totally alone.
 
America needs every one of us to lend our energy, our talents, our ambition to making our nation better and stronger.
 
I believe that with all my heart.
 
That's why "Stronger Together" is not just a lesson from our history.
 
It's not just a slogan for our campaign.
 
It's a guiding principle for the country we've always been and the future we're going to build.
 
A country where the economy works for everyone, not just those at the top.
 
Where you can get a good job and send your kids to a good school, no matter what zip code you live in.
 
A country where all our children can dream, and those dreams are within reach.
 
Where families are strong … communities are safe …
 
And yes, love trumps18 hate.
 
That's the country we're fighting for.
 
That's the future we're working toward …
 
And so it is with humility19 ... determination ... and boundless20 confidence in America's promise … that I accept your nomination21 for president of the United States!
 
[Pause]
 
Now, sometimes the people at this podium are new to the national stage.
 
As you know, I'm not one of those people.
 
I've been your first lady. Served eight years as a senator from the great state of New York.
 
I ran for president and lost.
 
Then I represented all of you as secretary of state.
 
But my job titles only tell you what I've done.
 
They don't tell you why.
 
The truth is, through all these years of public service, the "service" part has always come easier to me than the "public" part.
 
I get it that some people just don't know what to make of me.
 
So let me tell you.
 
The family I'm from ... well, no one had their name on big buildings.
 
My family were builders of a different kind.
 
Builders in the way most American families are.
 
They used whatever tools they had - whatever God gave them - and whatever life in America provided - and built better lives and better futures22 for their kids.
 
My grandfather worked in the same Scranton lace mill for 50 years.
 
Because he believed that if he gave everything he had, his children would have a better life than he did.
 
And he was right.
 
My dad, Hugh, made it to college. He played football at Penn State and enlisted23 in the navy after Pearl Harbor.
 
When the war was over he started his own small business, printing fabric24 for draperies.
 
I remember watching him stand for hours over silk screens.
 
He wanted to give my brothers and me opportunities he never had.
 
And he did. My mother, Dorothy, was abandoned by her parents as a young girl. She ended up on her own at 14, working as a house maid.
 
She was saved by the kindness of others.
 
Her first grade teacher saw she had nothing to eat at lunch, and brought extra food to share.
 
The lesson she passed on to me years later stuck with me:
 
No one gets through life alone.
 
We have to look out for each other and lift each other up.
 
She made sure I learned the words of our Methodist faith:#p#分页标题#e#
 
"Do all the good you can, for all the people you can, in all the ways you can, as long as ever you can."
 
I went to work for the Children's Defense25 Fund, going door-to-door in New Bedford, Massachusetts on behalf of children with disabilities who were denied the chance to go to school.
 
I remember meeting a young girl in a wheelchair on the small back porch of her house.
 
She told me how badly she wanted to go to school - it just didn't seem possible.
 
And I couldn't stop thinking of my mother and what she went through as a child.
 
It became clear to me that simply caring is not enough.
 
To drive real progress, you have to change both hearts and laws.
 
You need both understanding and action.
 
So we gathered facts. We built a coalition27. And our work helped convince Congress to ensure access to education for all students with disabilities.
 
It's a big idea, isn't it?
 
Every kid with a disability has the right to go to school.
 
But how do you make an idea like that real? You do it step-by-step, year-by-year … sometimes even door-by-door.
 
And my heart just swelled28 when I saw Anastasia Somoza on this stage, representing millions of young people who - because of those changes to our laws - are able to get an education.
 
It's true … I sweat the details of policy - whether we're talking about the exact level of lead in the drinking water in Flint, Michigan, the number of mental health facilities in Iowa, or the cost of your prescription29 drugs.
 
Because it's not just a detail if it's your kid - if it's your family.
 
It's a big deal. And it should be a big deal to your president.
 
Over the last three days, you've seen some of the people who've inspired me.
 
People who let me into their lives, and became a part of mine.
 
People like Ryan Moore and Lauren Manning.
 
They told their stories Tuesday night.
 
I first met Ryan as a seven-year old.
 
He was wearing a full body brace5 that must have weighed 40 pounds.
 
Children like Ryan kept me going when our plan for universal health care failed …and kept me working with leaders of both parties to help create the Children's Health Insurance Program that covers 8 million kids every year.
 
Lauren was gravely injured on 9/11.
 
It was the thought of her, and Debbie St John, and John Dolan and Joe Sweeney, and all the victims and survivors30, that kept me working as hard as I could in the Senate on behalf of 9/11 families, and our first responders who got sick from their time at Ground Zero.
 
I was still thinking of Lauren, Debbie and all the others 10 years later in the White House Situation Room when President Obama made the courageous31 decision that finally brought Osama bin32 Laden33 to justice.
 
In this campaign, I've met so many people who motivate me to keep fighting for change.
 
And, with your help, I will carry all of your voices and stories with me to the White House.
 
I will be a president for Democrats34, Republicans, and Independents.
 
For the struggling, the striving and the successful.
 
For those who vote for me and those who don't.
 
For all Americans.
 
[pause]
 
Tonight, we've reached a milestone35 in our nation's march toward a more perfect union: the first time that a major party has nominated a woman for president.
 
Standing26 here as my mother's daughter, and my daughter's mother, I'm so happy this day has come.
 
Happy for grandmothers and little girls and everyone in between.
 
Happy for boys and men, too - because when any barrier falls in America, for anyone, it clears the way for everyone. When there are no ceilings, the sky's the limit.
 
So let's keep going, until every one of the 161 million women and girls across America has the opportunity she deserves.#p#分页标题#e#
 
Because even more important than the history we make tonight, is the history we will write together in the years ahead.
 
Let's begin with what we're going to do to help working people in our country get ahead and stay ahead.
 
Now, I don't think President Obama and Vice-President Biden get the credit they deserve for saving us from the worst economic crisis of our lifetimes.
 
Our economy is so much stronger than when they took office. Nearly 15 million new private-sector jobs. Twenty million more Americans with health insurance. And an auto36 industry that just had its best year ever. That's real progress.
 
But none of us can be satisfied with the status quo. Not by a long shot.
 
We're still facing deep-seated problems that developed long before the recession and have stayed with us through the recovery.
 
I've gone around our country talking to working families. And I've heard from so many of you who feel like the economy just isn't working.
 
Some of you are frustrated37 - even furious.
 
And you know what??? You're right.
 
It's not yet working the way it should.
 
Americans are willing to work - and work hard.
 
But right now, an awful lot of people feel there is less and less respect for the work they do.
 
And less respect for them, period.
 
Democrats are the party of working people.
 
But we haven't done a good enough job showing that we get what you're going through, and that we're going to do something about it.
 
So I want to tell you tonight how we will empower Americans to live better lives.
 
My primary mission as president will be to create more opportunity and more good jobs with rising wages right here in the United States ...
 
From my first day in office to my last!
 
Especially in places that for too long have been left out and left behind.
 
From our inner cities to our small towns, from Indian Country to Coal Country.
 
From communities ravaged38 by addiction39 to regions hollowed out by plant closures.
 
And here's what I believe.
 
I believe America thrives when the middle class thrives.
 
I believe that our economy isn't working the way it should because our democracy isn't working the way it should.
 
That's why we need to appoint supreme40 court justices who will get money out of politics and expand voting rights, not restrict them. And we'll pass a constitutional amendment41 to overturn Citizens United!
 
I believe American corporations that have gotten so much from our country should be just as patriotic43 in return.
 
Many of them are. But too many aren't.
 
It's wrong to take tax breaks with one hand and give out pink slips with the other.
 
And I believe Wall Street can never, ever be allowed to wreck44 Main Street again.
 
I believe in science. I believe that climate change is real and that we can save our planet while creating millions of good-paying clean energy jobs.
 
I believe that when we have millions of hardworking immigrants contributing to our economy, it would be self-defeating and inhumane to kick them out.
 
Comprehensive immigration reform will grow our economy and keep families together - and it's the right thing to do.
 
Whatever party you belong to, or if you belong to no party at all, if you share these beliefs, this is your campaign.
 
If you believe that companies should share profits with their workers, not pad executive bonuses, join us.
 
If you believe the minimum wage should be a living wage … and no one working full time should have to raise their children in poverty … join us.
 
If you believe that every man, woman, and child in America has the right to affordable45 healthcare … join us.
 
If you believe that we should say "no" to unfair trade deals ... that we should stand up to China ... that we should support our steelworkers and autoworkers and homegrown manufacturers … join us.#p#分页标题#e#
 
If you believe we should expand social security and protect a woman's right to make her own health care decisions … join us.
 
And yes, if you believe that your working mother, wife, sister, or daughter deserves equal pay … join us ...
 
Let's make sure this economy works for everyone, not just those at the top.
 
Now, you didn't hear any of this from Donald Trump at his convention.
 
He spoke for 70-odd minutes - and I do mean odd.
 
And he offered zero solutions. But we already know he doesn't believe these things.
 
No wonder he doesn't like talking about his plans.
 
You might have noticed, I love talking about mine.
 
In my first 100 days, we will work with both parties to pass the biggest investment in new, good-paying jobs since World War II.
 
Jobs in manufacturing, clean energy, technology and innovation, small business, and infrastructure46.
 
If we invest in infrastructure now, we'll not only create jobs today, but lay the foundation for the jobs of the future.
 
And we will transform the way we prepare our young people for those jobs.
 
Bernie Sanders and I will work together to make college tuition-free for the middle class and debt-free for all!
 
We will also liberate47 millions of people who already have student debt.
 
It's just not right that Donald Trump can ignore his debts, but students and families can't refinance theirs.
 
And here's something we don't say often enough: college is crucial, but a four-year degree should not be the only path to a good job.
 
We're going to help more people learn a skill or practice a trade and make a good living doing it.
 
We're going to give small businesses a boost. Make it easier to get credit. Way too many dreams die in the parking lots of banks.
 
In America, if you can dream it, you should be able to build it.
 
We're going to help you balance family and work. And you know what, if fighting for affordable child care and paid family leave is playing the "woman card", then deal me in!
 
(Oh, you've heard that one?)
 
Now, here's the thing, we're not only going to make all these investments, we're going to pay for every single one of them.
 
And here's how: Wall Street, corporations, and the super-rich are going to start paying their fair share of taxes.
 
Not because we resent success. Because when more than 90% of the gains have gone to the top 1%, that's where the money is.
 
And if companies take tax breaks and then ship jobs overseas, we'll make them pay us back. And we'll put that money to work where it belongs … creating jobs here at home!
 
Now I know some of you are sitting at home thinking, well that all sounds pretty good.
 
But how are you going to get it done? How are you going to break through the gridlock in Washington? Look at my record. I've worked across the aisle48 to pass laws and treaties and to launch new programs that help millions of people. And if you give me the chance, that's what I'll do as president.
 
But Trump, he's a businessman. He must know something about the economy.
 
Well, let's take a closer look.
 
In Atlantic City, 60 miles from here, you'll find contractors49 and small businesses who lost everything because Donald Trump refused to pay his bills.
 
People who did the work and needed the money, and didn't get it - not because he couldn't pay them, but because he wouldn't pay them.
 
That sales pitch he's making to be your president? Put your faith in him - and you'll win big? That's the same sales pitch he made to all those small businesses. Then Trump walked away, and left working people holding the bag.
 
He also talks a big game about putting America first. Please explain to me what part of America First leads him to make Trump ties in China, not Colorado.
 
Trump suits in Mexico, not Michigan. Trump furniture in Turkey, not Ohio. Trump picture frames in India, not Wisconsin.#p#分页标题#e#
 
Donald Trump says he wants to make America great again - well, he could start by actually making things in America again.
 
The choice we face is just as stark50 when it comes to our national security.
 
Anyone reading the news can see the threats and turbulence51 we face.
 
From Baghdad and Kabul, to Nice and Paris and Brussels, to San Bernardino and Orlando, we're dealing52 with determined53 enemies that must be defeated.
 
No wonder people are anxious and looking for reassurance54. Looking for steady leadership.
 
You want a leader who understands we are stronger when we work with our allies around the world and care for our veterans here at home. Keeping our nation safe and honoring the people who do it will be my highest priority.
 
I'm proud that we put a lid on Iran's nuclear program without firing a single shot - now we have to enforce it, and keep supporting Israel's security.
 
I'm proud that we shaped a global climate agreement - now we have to hold every country accountable to their commitments, including ourselves.
 
I'm proud to stand by our allies in Nato against any threat they face, including from Russia.
 
I've laid out my strategy for defeating Isis.
 
We will strike their sanctuaries55 from the air, and support local forces taking them out on the ground. We will surge our intelligence so that we detect and prevent attacks before they happen.
 
We will disrupt their efforts online to reach and radicalize young people in our country.
 
It won't be easy or quick, but make no mistake - we will prevail.
 
Now Donald Trump says, and this is a quote, "I know more about Isis than the generals do …"
 
No, Donald, you don't.
 
He thinks that he knows more than our military because he claimed our armed forces are "a disaster".
 
Well, I've had the privilege to work closely with our troops and our veterans for many years, including as a senator on the armed services committee.
 
I know how wrong he is. Our military is a national treasure.
 
We entrust56 our commander-in-chief to make the hardest decisions our nation faces.
 
Decisions about war and peace. Life and death.
 
A president should respect the men and women who risk their lives to serve our country - including the sons of Tim Kaine and Mike Pence, both marines.
 
Ask yourself: does Donald Trump have the temperament57 to be commander-in-chief?
 
Donald Trump can't even handle the rough-and-tumble of a presidential campaign.
 
He loses his cool at the slightest provocation58. When he's gotten a tough question from a reporter. When he's challenged in a debate. When he sees a protester at a rally.
 
Imagine him in the Oval Office facing a real crisis. A man you can bait with a tweet is not a man we can trust with nuclear weapons.
 
I can't put it any better than Jackie Kennedy did after the Cuban Missile Crisis. She said that what worried President Kennedy during that very dangerous time was that a war might be started - not by big men with self-control and restraint, but by little men - the ones moved by fear and pride.
 
America's strength doesn't come from lashing59 out.
 
Strength relies on smarts, judgment60, cool resolve, and the precise and strategic application of power.
 
That's the kind of commander-in-chief I pledge to be.
 
And if we're serious about keeping our country safe, we also can't afford to have a president who's in the pocket of the gun lobby.
 
I'm not here to repeal61 the second amendment.
 
I'm not here to take away your guns.
 
I just don't want you to be shot by someone who shouldn't have a gun in the first place.
 
We should be working with responsible gun owners to pass common-sense reforms and keep guns out of the hands of criminals, terrorists and all others who would do us harm.
 
For decades, people have said this issue was too hard to solve and the politics were too hot to touch.#p#分页标题#e#
 
But I ask you: how can we just stand by and do nothing?
 
You heard, you saw, family members of people killed by gun violence.
 
You heard, you saw, family members of police officers killed in the line of duty because they were outgunned by criminals.
 
I refuse to believe we can't find common ground here.
 
We have to heal the divides in our country.
 
Not just on guns. But on race. Immigration. And more.
 
That starts with listening to each other. Hearing each other. Trying, as best we can, to walk in each other's shoes.
 
So let's put ourselves in the shoes of young black and Latino men and women who face the effects of systemic racism62, and are made to feel like their lives are disposable.
 
Let's put ourselves in the shoes of police officers, kissing their kids and spouses63 goodbye every day and heading off to do a dangerous and necessary job.
 
We will reform our criminal justice system from end-to-end, and rebuild trust between law enforcement and the communities they serve.
 
We will defend all our rights - civil rights, human rights and voting rights… women's rights and workers' rights … LGBT rights and the rights of people with disabilities!
 
And we will stand up against mean and divisive rhetoric64 wherever it comes from.
 
For the past year, many people made the mistake of laughing off Donald Trump's comments - excusing him as an entertainer just putting on a show.
 
They think he couldn't possibly mean all the horrible things he says - like when he called women "pigs". Or said that an American judge couldn't be fair because of his Mexican heritage. Or when he mocks and mimics65 a reporter with a disability.
 
Or insults prisoners of war like John McCain - a true hero and patriot42 who deserves our respect.
 
At first, I admit, I couldn't believe he meant it either.
 
It was just too hard to fathom66 - that someone who wants to lead our nation could say those things. Could be like that.
 
But here's the sad truth: there is no other Donald Trump ... this is it.
 
And in the end, it comes down to what Donald Trump doesn't get: that America is great - because America is good.
 
So enough with the bigotry67 and bombast68. Donald Trump's not offering real change.
 
He's offering empty promises. What are we offering? A bold agenda to improve the lives of people across our country - to keep you safe, to get you good jobs, and to give your kids the opportunities they deserve.
 
The choice is clear.
 
[Pause]
 
Every generation of Americans has come together to make our country freer, fairer, and stronger.
 
None of us can do it alone.
 
I know that at a time when so much seems to be pulling us apart, it can be hard to imagine how we'll ever pull together again.
 
But I'm here to tell you tonight - progress is possible.
 
I know because I've seen it in the lives of people across America who get knocked down and get right back up.
 
And I know it from my own life. More than a few times, I've had to pick myself up and get back in the game.
 
Like so much else, I got this from my mother. She never let me back down from any challenge. When I tried to hide from a neighborhood bully69, she literally70 blocked the door. "Go back out there," she said.
 
And she was right. You have to stand up to bullies71.
 
You have to keep working to make things better, even when the odds72 are long and the opposition73 is fierce.
 
We lost my mother a few years ago. I miss her every day. And I still hear her voice urging me to keep working, keep fighting for right, no matter what.
 
That's what we need to do together as a nation.
 
Though "we may not live to see the glory," as the song from the musical Hamilton goes, "let us gladly join the fight."
 
Let our legacy74 be about "planting seeds in a garden you never get to see."#p#分页标题#e#
 
That's why we're here … not just in this hall, but on this Earth.
 
The Founders showed us that.
 
And so have many others since.
 
They were drawn75 together by love of country, and the selfless passion to build something better for all who follow.
 
That is the story of America. And we begin a new chapter tonight.
 
Yes, the world is watching what we do.
 
Yes, America's destiny is ours to choose.
 
So let's be stronger together.
 
Looking to the future with courage and confidence.
 
Building a better tomorrow for our beloved children and our beloved country.
 
When we do, America will be greater than ever.
 
Thank you and may God bless the United States of America!


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1 brink OWazM     
n.(悬崖、河流等的)边缘,边沿
参考例句:
  • The tree grew on the brink of the cliff.那棵树生长在峭壁的边缘。
  • The two countries were poised on the brink of war.这两个国家处于交战的边缘。
2 remarkable 8Vbx6     
adj.显著的,异常的,非凡的,值得注意的
参考例句:
  • She has made remarkable headway in her writing skills.她在写作技巧方面有了长足进步。
  • These cars are remarkable for the quietness of their engines.这些汽车因发动机没有噪音而不同凡响。
3 spoke XryyC     
n.(车轮的)辐条;轮辐;破坏某人的计划;阻挠某人的行动 v.讲,谈(speak的过去式);说;演说;从某种观点来说
参考例句:
  • They sourced the spoke nuts from our company.他们的轮辐螺帽是从我们公司获得的。
  • The spokes of a wheel are the bars that connect the outer ring to the centre.辐条是轮子上连接外圈与中心的条棒。
4 founders 863257b2606659efe292a0bf3114782c     
n.创始人( founder的名词复数 )
参考例句:
  • He was one of the founders of the university's medical faculty. 他是该大学医学院的创建人之一。 来自辞典例句
  • The founders of our religion made this a cornerstone of morality. 我们宗教的创始人把这看作是道德的基石。 来自辞典例句
5 brace 0WzzE     
n. 支柱,曲柄,大括号; v. 绷紧,顶住,(为困难或坏事)做准备
参考例句:
  • My daughter has to wear a brace on her teeth. 我的女儿得戴牙套以矫正牙齿。
  • You had better brace yourself for some bad news. 有些坏消息,你最好做好准备。
6 fraying 8f4a5676662cf49d0a0ccb11a13f77dd     
v.(使布、绳等)磨损,磨破( fray的现在分词 )
参考例句:
  • The cuffs of his shirt were fraying. 他衬衣的袖口磨破了。
  • Support for the leader was fraying at the edges. 对这位领导人的支持已经开始瓦解。 来自《简明英汉词典》
7 trump LU1zK     
n.王牌,法宝;v.打出王牌,吹喇叭
参考例句:
  • He was never able to trump up the courage to have a showdown.他始终鼓不起勇气摊牌。
  • The coach saved his star player for a trump card.教练保留他的明星选手,作为他的王牌。
8 perils 3c233786f6fe7aad593bf1198cc33cbe     
极大危险( peril的名词复数 ); 危险的事(或环境)
参考例句:
  • The commander bade his men be undaunted in the face of perils. 指挥员命令他的战士要临危不惧。
  • With how many more perils and disasters would he load himself? 他还要再冒多少风险和遭受多少灾难?
9 unlimited MKbzB     
adj.无限的,不受控制的,无条件的
参考例句:
  • They flew over the unlimited reaches of the Arctic.他们飞过了茫茫无边的北极上空。
  • There is no safety in unlimited technological hubris.在技术方面自以为是会很危险。
10 rebuke 5Akz0     
v.指责,非难,斥责 [反]praise
参考例句:
  • He had to put up with a smart rebuke from the teacher.他不得不忍受老师的严厉指责。
  • Even one minute's lateness would earn a stern rebuke.哪怕迟到一分钟也将受到严厉的斥责。
11 perilous E3xz6     
adj.危险的,冒险的
参考例句:
  • The journey through the jungle was perilous.穿过丛林的旅行充满了危险。
  • We have been carried in safety through a perilous crisis.历经一连串危机,我们如今已安然无恙。
12 citizenship AV3yA     
n.市民权,公民权,国民的义务(身份)
参考例句:
  • He was born in Sweden,but he doesn't have Swedish citizenship.他在瑞典出生,但没有瑞典公民身分。
  • Ten years later,she chose to take Australian citizenship.十年后,她选择了澳大利亚国籍。
13 mobility H6rzu     
n.可动性,变动性,情感不定
参考例句:
  • The difference in regional house prices acts as an obstacle to mobility of labour.不同地区房价的差异阻碍了劳动力的流动。
  • Mobility is very important in guerrilla warfare.机动性在游击战中至关重要。
14 paralysis pKMxY     
n.麻痹(症);瘫痪(症)
参考例句:
  • The paralysis affects his right leg and he can only walk with difficulty.他右腿瘫痪步履维艰。
  • The paralysis affects his right leg and he can only walk with difficulty.他右腿瘫痪步履维艰。
15 innovative D6Vxq     
adj.革新的,新颖的,富有革新精神的
参考例句:
  • Discover an innovative way of marketing.发现一个创新的营销方式。
  • He was one of the most creative and innovative engineers of his generation.他是他那代人当中最富创造性与革新精神的工程师之一。
16 assassinations 66ad8b4a9ceb5b662b6302d786f9a24d     
n.暗杀( assassination的名词复数 )
参考例句:
  • Most anarchist assassinations were bungled because of haste or spontaneity, in his view. 在他看来,无政府主义者搞的许多刺杀都没成功就是因为匆忙和自发行动。 来自辞典例句
  • Assassinations by Israelis of alleged terrorists habitually kill nearby women and children. 在以色列,自称恐怖分子的炸弹自杀者杀害靠近自己的以色列妇女和儿童。 来自互联网
17 applied Tz2zXA     
adj.应用的;v.应用,适用
参考例句:
  • She plans to take a course in applied linguistics.她打算学习应用语言学课程。
  • This cream is best applied to the face at night.这种乳霜最好晚上擦脸用。
18 trumps 22c5470ebcda312e395e4d85c40b03f7     
abbr.trumpets 喇叭;小号;喇叭形状的东西;喇叭筒v.(牌戏)出王牌赢(一牌或一墩)( trump的过去式 );吹号公告,吹号庆祝;吹喇叭;捏造
参考例句:
  • On the day of the match the team turned up trumps. 比赛那天该队出乎意料地获得胜利。 来自《简明英汉词典》
  • Every time John is late getting home he trumps up some new excuse. 每次约翰晚回家都会编造个新借口。 来自《简明英汉词典》
19 humility 8d6zX     
n.谦逊,谦恭
参考例句:
  • Humility often gains more than pride.谦逊往往比骄傲收益更多。
  • His voice was still soft and filled with specious humility.他的声音还是那么温和,甚至有点谦卑。
20 boundless kt8zZ     
adj.无限的;无边无际的;巨大的
参考例句:
  • The boundless woods were sleeping in the deep repose of nature.无边无际的森林在大自然静寂的怀抱中酣睡着。
  • His gratitude and devotion to the Party was boundless.他对党无限感激、无限忠诚。
21 nomination BHMxw     
n.提名,任命,提名权
参考例句:
  • John is favourite to get the nomination for club president.约翰最有希望被提名为俱乐部主席。
  • Few people pronounced for his nomination.很少人表示赞成他的提名。
22 futures Isdz1Q     
n.期货,期货交易
参考例句:
  • He continued his operations in cotton futures.他继续进行棉花期货交易。
  • Cotton futures are selling at high prices.棉花期货交易的卖价是很高的。
23 enlisted 2d04964099d0ec430db1d422c56be9e2     
adj.应募入伍的v.(使)入伍, (使)参军( enlist的过去式和过去分词 );获得(帮助或支持)
参考例句:
  • enlisted men and women 男兵和女兵
  • He enlisted with the air force to fight against the enemy. 他应募加入空军对敌作战。 来自《现代汉英综合大词典》
24 fabric 3hezG     
n.织物,织品,布;构造,结构,组织
参考例句:
  • The fabric will spot easily.这种织品很容易玷污。
  • I don't like the pattern on the fabric.我不喜欢那块布料上的图案。
25 defense AxbxB     
n.防御,保卫;[pl.]防务工事;辩护,答辩
参考例句:
  • The accused has the right to defense.被告人有权获得辩护。
  • The war has impacted the area with military and defense workers.战争使那个地区挤满了军队和防御工程人员。
26 standing 2hCzgo     
n.持续,地位;adj.永久的,不动的,直立的,不流动的
参考例句:
  • After the earthquake only a few houses were left standing.地震过后只有几幢房屋还立着。
  • They're standing out against any change in the law.他们坚决反对对法律做任何修改。
27 coalition pWlyi     
n.结合体,同盟,结合,联合
参考例句:
  • The several parties formed a coalition.这几个政党组成了政治联盟。
  • Coalition forces take great care to avoid civilian casualties.联盟军队竭尽全力避免造成平民伤亡。
28 swelled bd4016b2ddc016008c1fc5827f252c73     
增强( swell的过去式和过去分词 ); 肿胀; (使)凸出; 充满(激情)
参考例句:
  • The infection swelled his hand. 由于感染,他的手肿了起来。
  • After the heavy rain the river swelled. 大雨过后,河水猛涨。
29 prescription u1vzA     
n.处方,开药;指示,规定
参考例句:
  • The physician made a prescription against sea- sickness for him.医生给他开了个治晕船的药方。
  • The drug is available on prescription only.这种药只能凭处方购买。
30 survivors 02ddbdca4c6dba0b46d9d823ed2b4b62     
幸存者,残存者,生还者( survivor的名词复数 )
参考例句:
  • The survivors were adrift in a lifeboat for six days. 幸存者在救生艇上漂流了六天。
  • survivors clinging to a raft 紧紧抓住救生筏的幸存者
31 courageous HzSx7     
adj.勇敢的,有胆量的
参考例句:
  • We all honour courageous people.我们都尊重勇敢的人。
  • He was roused to action by courageous words.豪言壮语促使他奋起行动。
32 bin yR2yz     
n.箱柜;vt.放入箱内;[计算机] DOS文件名:二进制目标文件
参考例句:
  • He emptied several bags of rice into a bin.他把几袋米倒进大箱里。
  • He threw the empty bottles in the bin.他把空瓶子扔进垃圾箱。
33 laden P2gx5     
adj.装满了的;充满了的;负了重担的;苦恼的
参考例句:
  • He is laden with heavy responsibility.他肩负重任。
  • Dragging the fully laden boat across the sand dunes was no mean feat.将满载货物的船拖过沙丘是一件了不起的事。
34 democrats 655beefefdcaf76097d489a3ff245f76     
n.民主主义者,民主人士( democrat的名词复数 )
参考例句:
  • The Democrats held a pep rally on Capitol Hill yesterday. 民主党昨天在国会山召开了竞选誓师大会。
  • The democrats organize a filibuster in the senate. 民主党党员组织了阻挠议事。 来自《简明英汉词典》
35 milestone c78zM     
n.里程碑;划时代的事件
参考例句:
  • The film proved to be a milestone in the history of cinema.事实证明这部影片是电影史上的一个里程碑。
  • I think this is a very important milestone in the relations between our two countries.我认为这是我们两国关系中一个十分重要的里程碑。
36 auto ZOnyW     
n.(=automobile)(口语)汽车
参考例句:
  • Don't park your auto here.别把你的汽车停在这儿。
  • The auto industry has brought many people to Detroit.汽车工业把许多人吸引到了底特律。
37 frustrated ksWz5t     
adj.挫败的,失意的,泄气的v.使不成功( frustrate的过去式和过去分词 );挫败;使受挫折;令人沮丧
参考例句:
  • It's very easy to get frustrated in this job. 这个工作很容易令人懊恼。
  • The bad weather frustrated all our hopes of going out. 恶劣的天气破坏了我们出行的愿望。 来自《简明英汉词典》
38 ravaged 0e2e6833d453fc0fa95986bdf06ea0e2     
毁坏( ravage的过去式和过去分词 ); 蹂躏; 劫掠; 抢劫
参考例句:
  • a country ravaged by civil war 遭受内战重创的国家
  • The whole area was ravaged by forest fires. 森林火灾使整个地区荒废了。
39 addiction JyEzS     
n.上瘾入迷,嗜好
参考例句:
  • He stole money from his parents to feed his addiction.他从父母那儿偷钱以满足自己的嗜好。
  • Areas of drug dealing are hellholes of addiction,poverty and murder.贩卖毒品的地区往往是吸毒上瘾、贫困和发生谋杀的地方。
40 supreme PHqzc     
adj.极度的,最重要的;至高的,最高的
参考例句:
  • It was the supreme moment in his life.那是他一生中最重要的时刻。
  • He handed up the indictment to the supreme court.他把起诉书送交最高法院。
41 amendment Mx8zY     
n.改正,修正,改善,修正案
参考例句:
  • The amendment was rejected by 207 voters to 143.这项修正案以207票对143票被否决。
  • The Opposition has tabled an amendment to the bill.反对党已经就该议案提交了一项修正条款。
42 patriot a3kzu     
n.爱国者,爱国主义者
参考例句:
  • He avowed himself a patriot.他自称自己是爱国者。
  • He is a patriot who has won the admiration of the French already.他是一个已经赢得法国人敬仰的爱国者。
43 patriotic T3Izu     
adj.爱国的,有爱国心的
参考例句:
  • His speech was full of patriotic sentiments.他的演说充满了爱国之情。
  • The old man is a patriotic overseas Chinese.这位老人是一位爱国华侨。
44 wreck QMjzE     
n.失事,遇难;沉船;vt.(船等)失事,遇难
参考例句:
  • Weather may have been a factor in the wreck.天气可能是造成这次失事的原因之一。
  • No one can wreck the friendship between us.没有人能够破坏我们之间的友谊。
45 affordable kz6zfq     
adj.支付得起的,不太昂贵的
参考例句:
  • The rent for the four-roomed house is affordable.四居室房屋的房租付得起。
  • There are few affordable apartments in big cities.在大城市中没有几所公寓是便宜的。
46 infrastructure UbBz5     
n.下部构造,下部组织,基础结构,基础设施
参考例句:
  • We should step up the development of infrastructure for research.加强科学基础设施建设。
  • We should strengthen cultural infrastructure and boost various types of popular culture.加强文化基础设施建设,发展各类群众文化。
47 liberate p9ozT     
v.解放,使获得自由,释出,放出;vt.解放,使获自由
参考例句:
  • They did their best to liberate slaves.他们尽最大能力去解放奴隶。
  • This will liberate him from economic worry.这将消除他经济上的忧虑。
48 aisle qxPz3     
n.(教堂、教室、戏院等里的)过道,通道
参考例句:
  • The aisle was crammed with people.过道上挤满了人。
  • The girl ushered me along the aisle to my seat.引座小姐带领我沿着通道到我的座位上去。
49 contractors afd5c0fd2ee43e4ecee8159c7a7c63e4     
n.(建筑、监造中的)承包人( contractor的名词复数 )
参考例句:
  • We got estimates from three different contractors before accepting the lowest. 我们得到3个承包商的报价后,接受了最低的报价。 来自《简明英汉词典》
  • Contractors winning construction jobs had to kick back 2 per cent of the contract price to the mafia. 赢得建筑工作的承包商得抽出合同价格的百分之二的回扣给黑手党。 来自《简明英汉词典》
50 stark lGszd     
adj.荒凉的;严酷的;完全的;adv.完全地
参考例句:
  • The young man is faced with a stark choice.这位年轻人面临严峻的抉择。
  • He gave a stark denial to the rumor.他对谣言加以完全的否认。
51 turbulence 8m9wZ     
n.喧嚣,狂暴,骚乱,湍流
参考例句:
  • The turbulence caused the plane to turn over.空气的激流导致飞机翻转。
  • The world advances amidst turbulence.世界在动荡中前进。
52 dealing NvjzWP     
n.经商方法,待人态度
参考例句:
  • This store has an excellent reputation for fair dealing.该商店因买卖公道而享有极高的声誉。
  • His fair dealing earned our confidence.他的诚实的行为获得我们的信任。
53 determined duszmP     
adj.坚定的;有决心的
参考例句:
  • I have determined on going to Tibet after graduation.我已决定毕业后去西藏。
  • He determined to view the rooms behind the office.他决定查看一下办公室后面的房间。
54 reassurance LTJxV     
n.使放心,使消除疑虑
参考例句:
  • He drew reassurance from the enthusiastic applause.热烈的掌声使他获得了信心。
  • Reassurance is especially critical when it comes to military activities.消除疑虑在军事活动方面尤为关键。
55 sanctuaries 532347c9fc39e40608545e03c6fe7eef     
n.避难所( sanctuary的名词复数 );庇护;圣所;庇护所
参考例句:
  • The designation of special marine reserves and marine sanctuaries shall be subject to the State Council for approval. 海洋特别保护区、海上自然保护区的确定,须经国务院批准。 来自《简明英汉词典》
  • After 1965 he acquiesced when they established sanctuaries on that soil. 1965年以后,他默认了他们在那块土地上建立庇护所。 来自辞典例句
56 entrust JoLxh     
v.信赖,信托,交托
参考例句:
  • I couldn't entrust my children to strangers.我不能把孩子交给陌生人照看。
  • They can be entrusted to solve major national problems.可以委托他们解决重大国家问题。
57 temperament 7INzf     
n.气质,性格,性情
参考例句:
  • The analysis of what kind of temperament you possess is vital.分析一下你有什么样的气质是十分重要的。
  • Success often depends on temperament.成功常常取决于一个人的性格。
58 provocation QB9yV     
n.激怒,刺激,挑拨,挑衅的事物,激怒的原因
参考例句:
  • He's got a fiery temper and flares up at the slightest provocation.他是火爆性子,一点就着。
  • They did not react to this provocation.他们对这一挑衅未作反应。
59 lashing 97a95b88746153568e8a70177bc9108e     
n.鞭打;痛斥;大量;许多v.鞭打( lash的现在分词 );煽动;紧系;怒斥
参考例句:
  • The speaker was lashing the crowd. 演讲人正在煽动人群。 来自《简明英汉词典》
  • The rain was lashing the windows. 雨急打着窗子。 来自《简明英汉词典》
60 judgment e3xxC     
n.审判;判断力,识别力,看法,意见
参考例句:
  • The chairman flatters himself on his judgment of people.主席自认为他审视人比别人高明。
  • He's a man of excellent judgment.他眼力过人。
61 repeal psVyy     
n.废止,撤消;v.废止,撤消
参考例句:
  • He plans to repeal a number of current policies.他计划废除一些当前的政策。
  • He has made out a strong case for the repeal of the law.他提出强有力的理由,赞成废除该法令。
62 racism pSIxZ     
n.民族主义;种族歧视(意识)
参考例句:
  • He said that racism is endemic in this country.他说种族主义在该国很普遍。
  • Racism causes political instability and violence.种族主义道致政治动荡和暴力事件。
63 spouses 3fbe4097e124d44af1bc18e63e898b65     
n.配偶,夫或妻( spouse的名词复数 )
参考例句:
  • Jobs are available for spouses on campus and in the community. 校园里和社区里有配偶可做的工作。 来自辞典例句
  • An astonishing number of spouses-most particularly in the upper-income brackets-have no close notion of their husbands'paychecks. 相当大一部分妇女——特别在高收入阶层——并不很了解他们丈夫的薪金。 来自辞典例句
64 rhetoric FCnzz     
n.修辞学,浮夸之言语
参考例句:
  • Do you know something about rhetoric?你懂点修辞学吗?
  • Behind all the rhetoric,his relations with the army are dangerously poised.在冠冕堂皇的言辞背后,他和军队的关系岌岌可危。
65 mimics f8207fb5fa948f536c5186311e3e641d     
n.模仿名人言行的娱乐演员,滑稽剧演员( mimic的名词复数 );善于模仿的人或物v.(尤指为了逗乐而)模仿( mimic的第三人称单数 );酷似
参考例句:
  • Methods:Models were generate by CT scan,Mimics software and Abaqus software. 方法:采用CT扫描,Mimics软件和Abaqus软件的CAD进行三维有限元模型的创建。 来自互联网
  • Relaxing the mind and body mimics the effect that some blood-pressure pills would have. 放松身心会产生某些降压药才能产生的效果。 来自辞典例句
66 fathom w7wy3     
v.领悟,彻底了解
参考例句:
  • I really couldn't fathom what he was talking about.我真搞不懂他在说些什么。
  • What these people hoped to achieve is hard to fathom.这些人希望实现些什么目标难以揣测。
67 bigotry Ethzl     
n.偏见,偏执,持偏见的行为[态度]等
参考例句:
  • She tried to dissociate herself from the bigotry in her past.她力图使自己摆脱她以前的偏见。
  • At least we can proceed in this matter without bigotry.目前这件事咱们至少可以毫无偏见地进行下去。
68 bombast OtfzK     
n.高调,夸大之辞
参考例句:
  • There was no bombast or conceit in his speech.他的演讲并没有夸大其词和自吹自擂。
  • Yasha realized that Wolsky's bombast was unnecessary.雅夏看出沃尔斯基是在无中生有地吹嘘。
69 bully bully     
n.恃强欺弱者,小流氓;vt.威胁,欺侮
参考例句:
  • A bully is always a coward.暴汉常是懦夫。
  • The boy gave the bully a pelt on the back with a pebble.那男孩用石子掷击小流氓的背脊。
70 literally 28Wzv     
adv.照字面意义,逐字地;确实
参考例句:
  • He translated the passage literally.他逐字逐句地翻译这段文字。
  • Sometimes she would not sit down till she was literally faint.有时候,她不走到真正要昏厥了,决不肯坐下来。
71 bullies bullies     
n.欺凌弱小者, 开球 vt.恐吓, 威胁, 欺负
参考例句:
  • Standing up to bullies takes plenty of backbone. 勇敢地对付暴徒需有大无畏精神。
  • Bullies can make your life hell. 恃强欺弱者能让你的日子像活地狱。
72 odds n5czT     
n.让步,机率,可能性,比率;胜败优劣之别
参考例句:
  • The odds are 5 to 1 that she will win.她获胜的机会是五比一。
  • Do you know the odds of winning the lottery once?你知道赢得一次彩票的几率多大吗?
73 opposition eIUxU     
n.反对,敌对
参考例句:
  • The party leader is facing opposition in his own backyard.该党领袖在自己的党內遇到了反对。
  • The police tried to break down the prisoner's opposition.警察设法制住了那个囚犯的反抗。
74 legacy 59YzD     
n.遗产,遗赠;先人(或过去)留下的东西
参考例句:
  • They are the most precious cultural legacy our forefathers left.它们是我们祖先留下来的最宝贵的文化遗产。
  • He thinks the legacy is a gift from the Gods.他认为这笔遗产是天赐之物。
75 drawn MuXzIi     
v.拖,拉,拔出;adj.憔悴的,紧张的
参考例句:
  • All the characters in the story are drawn from life.故事中的所有人物都取材于生活。
  • Her gaze was drawn irresistibly to the scene outside.她的目光禁不住被外面的风景所吸引。
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