|upstart(n)||someone who is new in their job and behaves as if they are more important than they are|
|establishment(n)||1 an institution,especially a business, shop etc|
|badger(n)||an animal which has black and white fur, live in the ground, and is active at night(アナグマ:写真と説明）|
|burrow(n)||a passage in the ground made by a rabitt or fox as a place to live|
|whistler(n)||1. One that whistles|
|notify(v)||to formally or officially tell someone about something; inform|
|allocate(v)||to decide officially that a particular amount of money, time etc or something such as a house or job etc should be used for a particular purpose|
|rejoice(v)||to feel or show tha you are very happy|
|renounce(v)||1 to publicly say that you will no longer keep something, or stay in an important position, because you no loger have the right to|
|foundry(n)||a place where metals are melted and poured into moulds(=hollow shapes) to make parts of machines, tools etc|
|procure(v)||1 to obtain something, especially something
that is difficult to get
2 to provide a prostitute for someone
|inspection(v)||1 an official visit to a buillding or organization
to check that everything is satisfactory
and that rules are being obeyed
2 a careful examination of something to find out more about it
|sluggish(adj)||moving or reacting more slowly than normal|
|communication(n)||1 the process by which people exchange information or express their thought and feeling|
|directive(n)||an official order or instruction|
|carcass(n)||1the body of a dead animal, especially one
that is ready to be cut up as meat
3 the decaying outer structure of building, vehicle, or other object
|shed(n)||1 a small building, often made of wood, used
especially for storing things
2 a large industrial building where work is done, large vehicles are kept or machinery is stored etc
|bulge(n)||1 a curved mass on the surface of something,
usually caused by something under or inside
2 a sudden temporary increase in the amount or level of something
|trunk(n)||3 the main part of your body, not including your head , arms, or legs|
|run(n)||16 an enclosed area where animals as chickens or rabbits are kept|
|proclaim(v)||1 to say publicly that something important
is true or exist
2 to show something clearly or be a sign of something
|object-lesson(n)||1. A concrete illustration of a moral or principle. 2. A lesson taught by using a material object|
|herbivorous(adj)||Feeding on plants; plant-eating|
|enrapture(v)||To fill with rapture or delight|
|conscientious(adj)||1. Guided by or in accordance with the dictates
of conscience; principled
2. Thorough and assiduous: a conscientious worker
|reign(v)||1. To exercise sovereign power.
2. To hold the title of monarch, but with limited authority.
3. To be predominant or prevalent
|supreme(n)||1. Greatest in power, authority, or rank;
paramount or dominant.
2. Greatest in importance, degree, significance, character, or achievement.
3. Ultimate; final
|shudder(v)||1. To shiver convulsively, as from fear or revulsion. See synonyms at shake. 2. To vibrate; quiver: The airplane shuddered in the turbulence|
|sway(v)||1. To swing back and forth or to and fro.
See synonyms at swing.
2. To incline or bend to one side; veer.
3a. To incline toward change, as in opinion or feeling. b. To fluctuate, as in outlook
|bulge(v)||1. To curve outward.
2. To swell up.
3. To stick out; protrude.
4. To be filled or overfilled
|propel(v)||To cause to move forward or onward|
|puncture(v)||1. To pierce with a pointed object.
2. To make (a hole) by piercing.
3. To cause to collapse by piercing.
4. To depreciate or deflate
|hooligan(n)||A tough and aggressive or violent youth|
|検索はLongman Dictionary of Contemporary English とAmerican Heritage College dictionaryとColins COBUILDのCD-ROMと小学館ランダムハウス英和辞典CD-ROMとBartleby.com Great Books Onlineを使いました|