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jack up
hoist;
boost;
uplist;
uphold;
upraise;
raise;
lift
jam
cram
jargon
cant;
idiom
jaundice
n. - 黃疸, 偏見, 黃疸病, 嫉妒
v. tr. - 使患黃疸, 使懷偏見
idioms:
jaundiced eye 因嫉妒等而有偏見的
jaunt
(jônt, jänt)
n.
A short trip or excursion, usually for pleasure;
an outing.

intr.v., jaunt·ed, jaunt·ing, jaunts.
To make a short journey.

[Origin unknown.]
junket
n. - 凝乳食品, 宴會, 野餐, 郊遊
v. intr. - 野餐, 作公費旅遊, 去郊遊
v. tr. - 宴請
jaunty
快活的, 轻快的, 活泼的
Displaying light-hearted nonchalance
jeer
sneer;
deride;
mock;
scoff;
flout;
barrack;
gibe
jerk
Slang. A foolish, rude, or contemptible person;

pull;
draw
jest
quip;
jape;
joke
jettison
投弃, 投弃货物
jitter
jit·ter (jĭt'ər)
intr.v., -tered, -ter·ing, -ters.
To be nervous or uneasy; fidget.
To make small quick jumpy movements. The pictures on the wall jitter whenever a truck drives by.
n.
A jittering movement; a tic.
jitters A fit of nervousness. Often used with the.
jocose
jesting;
funny
jocular
facetious;
jesting
jocund
(jŏk'ənd, jō'kənd)
adj.
Sprightly and lighthearted in disposition, character, or quality.
joggle
jiggle
jolt
使颠簸, 猛击, 使慌张, 摇动, 颠簸, 震摇

中文(繁體) (Chinese (Traditional))
v. tr. - 使顛簸, 猛擊, 使慌張
v. intr. - 搖動, 顛簸
n. - 震搖, 顛簸, 搖動
jostle
(jŏs'əl)
推挤, 冲撞, 推, 煽动, 挤

idioms:

jostle for 争夺...
jot
jot (jŏt)
n.
The smallest bit; iota.

tr.v., jot·ted, jot·ting, jots.
To write down briefly or hastily: jot down an address.
jovial
mirthful;
cheerful
jubilant
(jū'bə-lənt)
adj.
Exultingly joyful.
Expressing joy
jubilation
exultation;
overjoyedness
judicious
sagacious
jumble
hodgepodge;
mix up
juxtapose
jŭk'stə-pōz'
To place side by side, especially for comparison or contrast.
kaleidoscope
万花筒
ken
视野范围, 见地, 知识范围, 知道, 懂得, 认出, 看到, 看着
kennel
狗舍, 一群狗, 养狗场, 把...关进狗舍, 呆在狗舍里

2. 阴沟
kindle
1. 点燃, 激起, 燃起, 煽动, 着火, 发亮, 明亮起来, 激动起来

2. 一胎所生的兔子, 生育
enkindle;
fire;
ignite;
light
kinetic
(kə-nĕt'ĭk, kī-)
运动的, 动力学的, 运动引起的

idioms:
kinetic energy 动能
kith
Familiar friends and neighbors.
kith and kin
friends and family
knack
熟练技术, 诀窍, 巧妙的手法
skill;
talent
knavery
(nā'və-rē)
dishonesty
n., pl. -ies.
Dishonest or crafty dealing.
An instance of trickery or mischief.
knave
A dishonest person
knead
(nēd)
揉, 捏, 揉捏般形成, 揉成, 捏制, 推拿, 按摩
knotty
complicated
knuckle down
work very hard, like a slave
slave;
break one's back;
buckle down
knuckle under
consent reluctantly
yield;
give in;
succumb;
buckle under
succumb
(sə-kŭm')
intr.v., -cumbed, -cumb·ing, -cumbs.
To submit to an overpowering force or yield to an overwhelming desire; give up or give in. See synonyms at yield.
To die.
labyrinth
maze
inner ear
lacerate
cut;
rip;
tear
lackey
A liveried male servant;
a footman.
A servile follower;
a toady.

n. - 僕人, 馬屁精, 侍從
v. tr. - 侍候, 奉承
v. intr. - 充當僕從
livery
制服, 侍从
footman (fʊt'mən)
n.
A man employed as a servant to wait at table, attend the door, and run various errands, as in a palace.
laconic
(lə-kŏn'ĭk)
adj.
Using or marked by the use of few words;
terse or concise;

silent.
lade
load;
To take on cargo.
To ladle a liquid
ladle
(lād'l)
n.
A long-handled spoon with a deep bowl for serving liquids.
laden
full;
filled
laggard
(lăg'ərd)
n.
One that lags; a straggler.

adj.
Hanging back or falling behind; dilatory. See synonyms at slow.
dawdler
n.
One who wastes time in trifling employments; an idler; a trifler.
dilly-dallier
One that lags: dawdler, lag, laggard, lagger, lingerer, loiterer, poke, procrastinator, straggler, tarrier. Informal slowpoke.
straggle
(străg'əl)
To stray or fall behind.
To proceed or spread out in a scattered or irregular group.
掉队, 落伍, 散落, 流离, 四散, 散乱
tarry
(tăr'ē)
To delay or be late in going, coming, or doing. See synonyms at stay1.
To wait.
To remain or stay temporarily, as in a place; sojourn
逗留, 等候, 留住
loiter
(loi'tər)
To stand idly about;
linger aimlessly.
To proceed slowly or with many stops: loitered all the way home.
To delay or dawdle: loiter over a task.
闲逛, 游荡, 消磨时光
linger
逗留, 徘徊, 消磨, 缓慢度过
dilly-dally
waste time;
shilly-shally
lair
(lâr)
n.
The den or dwelling of a wild animal.
A den or hideaway.
covert
kŭv'ərt
隐蔽的, 隐密的, 偷偷摸摸的, 隐蔽处, 隐蔽, 丛林, 掩饰
laissez faire
also
laisser faire
(lĕs'ā fâr', lā'zā)
n.
An economic doctrine that opposes governmental regulation of or interference in commerce beyond the minimum necessary for a free-enterprise system to operate according to its own economic laws.
Noninterference in the affairs of others.
lament
weep;
mourn
mourn
(môrn, mōrn)
grieve
lampoon
(lăm-pūn')

lampoonery
讽刺, 讽刺文
satire
(săt'īr')
讽刺文学, 讽刺
caricature
(kăr'ĭ-kə-chʊr', -chər)
讽刺画, 讽刺描述法, 漫画, 画成漫画讽刺
burlesque
(bər-lĕsk')
作戏, 滑稽戏, 模仿, 取笑
parody
(păr'ə-dē)
打油诗文, 拙劣的模仿, 诙谐的改编诗文, 拙劣地模仿, 作模仿诗文讽刺
travesty
(trăv'ĭ-stē)
滑稽的作品, 滑稽模仿, 漫画, 滑稽地模仿, 拙劣的模仿, 歪曲
languid
dozy;
Without interest or spirit;
weak
languish
faint;
droop;
weaken
languorous
Lacking spirit or liveliness.
lank
瘦的, 长而柔软的, 细长的
lapse
過失, 失效, 流逝
largess
also
largesse (lär-zhĕs', -jĕs', lär'jĕs')
慷慨的赠与, 慷慨的赏钱, 慷慨
lash
flog;
whip
flail
连枷, 用连枷打, 用连枷打谷, 鞭打, 抽打, 敲击, 胡乱地摆动
lassitude
(lăs'ĭ-tūd', -tyūd')
困乏, 厌倦
n.
A state or feeling of weariness, diminished energy, or listlessness. See synonyms at lethargy.
lethargy
(lĕth'ər-jē)
A state of sluggishness, inactivity, and apathy.
A state of unconsciousness resembling deep sleep.
torpor
(tôr'pər)
迟钝, 不活泼, 无感觉
listless
Lacking energy or disinclined to exert effort; lethargic: reacted to the latest crisis with listless resignation
hebetude
(hĕb'ĭ-tūd', -tyūd')
n.
Dullness of mind; mental lethargy.
leaden
(lĕd'n)
铅的, 沉闷的, 呆滞的, 铅质的
torpid
麻痹的, 迟缓的
stupor
A condition of dullness, often resulting from stress.

After hearing of the accident, he sat in a stupor for a long time before responding
latent
(lāt'nt)
Present or potential but not evident or active: latent talent.
lateral
side;
flank
lather
(lăTH'ər)
n.
A foam formed by soap or detergent agitated in water, as in washing or shaving
肥皂泡, 涂以肥皂泡, 起泡沫, 冒出汗沫, 形成皂沫
idioms:
in a lather 激动, 紧张
latitude
freedom;
room
laud
(lôd)
To give praise to; glorify. See synonyms at praise.
applaud
To express approval, especially by clapping the hands
lavish
非常大方的, 浪费的, 过分丰富的, 浪费, 慷慨给予, 滥用
profuse
很多的, 浪费的, 丰富的
lax
(relax)
松的, 不严格的, 松懈的
laxity
松懈
ledge (lĕj)
n.
A horizontal projection forming a narrow shelf on a wall.
A cut or projection forming a shelf on a cliff or rock wall.
An underwater ridge or rock shelf.
A level of rock-bearing ore; a vein.
ore
(ôr, ōr)
矿石, 含有金属的岩石
oar
(ôr, ōr)
n.
A long, thin, usually wooden pole with a blade at one end, used to row or steer a boat.
A person who rows a boat, especially in a race.
leery
(lîr'ē)
Suspicious or distrustful; wary: was leery of aggressive salespeople.
机敏的, 细心的, 猜疑的, 迟疑的
leer
(lîr)
To look with a sidelong glance, indicative especially of sexual desire or sly and malicious intent.