GRE Vocabulary #2

GRE Vocabulary #2

Today’s words are from Barron’s GRE (Graduate Records Examination) high-frequency word list. To successfully pass the GRE you must have a high level of vocabulary. Build your vocabulary by learning how to correctly use these 5 words.

Word

1

log [ lawg, log ] 原木

noun

A log is a piece of a thick branch or of the trunk of a tree that has been cut so that it can be used for fuel or for making things.

I would like to live in a log cabin.

Word

2

appropriate [ uhproh-pree-it ] 适当的;合适的;恰当的

adjective

Something that is appropriate is suitable or acceptable for a particular situation.

It is appropriate to wipe the table after eating.

Word

3

reproach [ ri-prohch ] 责备;斥责;指责;责怪

noun

If you look at or speak to someone with reproach, you show or say that you are disappointed, upset, or angry because they have done something wrong.

He looked at her with reproach because of her treatment of the patient.

Word

4

reverent [ rev-er-uh nt, rev-ruh nt ] 恭敬的;尊敬的;虔诚的

adjective

If you describe some-one’s behaviour as reverent, you mean that they are showing great respect for a person or thing.

The students gave reverent attention to the teacher.

Word

5

negate [ ni-geyt ] 取消;使无效

verb

If one thing negates another, it causes that other thing to lose the effect or value that it had.

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