第30回Net 勉強会 2003,4
If you cradle someone or something in your arms or hands, you hold
them carefully and gently.
|impulse(n)||An impulse is a sudden desire to do something.
|belated(adj)||A belated action happens later than it should have
|slung||Slung is the past tense and past participle of sling.|
|sling(v) over||If you sling something over your shoulder or over
something such as a chair, you hang it there loosely.
|ripe(adj)||Ripe fruit or grain is fully grown and ready to eat.
|cantaloupe(n)||A cantaloupe is a type of melon.
|brisk(adj)||If the weather is brisk, it is cold and fresh.
|squint(v)||If you squint at something, you look at it with your
eyes partly closed.
|warrant(n)||If you say that there is no warrant for something,
you mean that there is no good is reason to justify it.
|barge(n)||A barge is a long narrow boat with a flat bottom.
Barge ujsed for carry ing heavy loads, especially on canals.
|ballet(n)||Ballet is a type of very skilled and artistic dancing
with carefully planned movements.
|plop(n)||A plop is a soft, gentle sound, like the sound made
by something dropping into water without disturbing the surface much.
|puncture(n)||A puncture is a small hole in a car tyre or bicycle
tyre that has been made by a sharp object.
|mugger(n)||A mugger is a person who attacks someone vilonetly
in street in order to steal from them.
|prey(n)||You casn refer to the people who someone tries to
harm or trick as their prey
|camellia(n)||A camellia is a large bush that has shiny leaves and
large white, pink, or red flowers similar to a rose.
|scalloped(adj)||Scallop objects are decorated with a series of small curves along the edges.|
Something that is stark is very plain in appearance.
|recede(v)||If something recede from you, it moves away.
|sojourn(n)||A sojourn is a short stay in a place that is not your
|stoop(v)||If you stoop, you stand or walk with your shoulders
|catapult(n)||A catapult is a device for shooting small stones.
It is made of a Y-shaped stikc with a piece of elastic tied between the
two top parts.
|heave(v)||If you heave something heavy or difficult to move
soemwhere, you push, pull or lift it usuing a lot of effort.
|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を使いました|