1.重要的 (important [?m'p??t(?)nt])
【例句】She had found out some information of vital importance.
【例句】It is crucial that the problem is tackled immediately.
【例句】This considerable increase in investment played a prominent role in fueling economic growth.
【例句】Respect for life is a cardinal principle of English law.
2.优秀的 (good [g?d])
【例句】She has always had a high reputation for her excellent short stories.
【例句】The girl who won the scholarship was quite outstanding.
【例句】Her strength of will was extraordinary.
【例句】The economic diplomacy of China is characterized by distinctive features and remarkable achievements.
3.有趣的 (interesting ['?nt(?)r?st??])
【例句】Do not hesitate to laugh at anything you find amusing.
【例句】This is an entertaining yet thought-provoking film.
【例句】His engaging personality made him popular with his peers.
energetic [,en?'d?et?k]) dynamic [da?'n?m?k]
【例句】South Asia continues to be the most dynamic economic region in the world.
【例句】We urge vigorous action to be taken immediately.
【例句】His observations gave rise to an animated and lively discussion.
【例句】Agriculture has developed rapidly, thus providing light industry with ample raw materials.
【例句】Hot climate and plentiful rainfall favor the growth of plants.
【例句】No one is expecting a very generous pay increase this year.
【例句】The pioneers are courageous indeed, overcoming one difficulty after another.
【例句】Big, successful moves need bold, masterful managers.
【例句】To go in for technical innovation, one must have the fearless spirit of a pathbreaker.
6.合理的 reasonable ['ri?z(?)n?b(?)l]
【例句】She gave me some very sound advice.
【例句】There is no rational explanation for his actions.
【例句】It would seem more sensible to apply standards flexibly rather than rigidly.
7.著名的 (famous ['fe?m?s])
【例句】The region is renowned for its outstanding natural beauty.
【例句】The class has made noticeable improvement.
【例句】The book stands out as one of the notable landmarks in the progress of modern science.
【例句】Such events occur only when the external conditions are favorable.
【例句】It can be beneficial to share your feelings with someone you trust.
【例句】It is a very rewarding exercise to work this out oneself.
【例句】Numerous factories have sprung up in this once desolate area.
a host of [h??st]
【例句】The special theory of relativity has raised a host of questions.
a multitude of ['m?lt?tju?d]
【例句】I was awed by the multitude of stars in the night sky.
【例句】These data have been collected from various sources.
a variety of [v?'ra??t?]
【例句】A variety of heavy industries grew up alongside the port.
【例句】People hold diverse attitudes toward these new regulations.
【例句】Yet on the most commonplace occasion I can never know your thoughts.
【例句】Such problems are a universal feature of senior citizens.
【例句】It is the most pervasive compound on earth.
【例句】Success should not be measured solely by educational achievement.
【例句】The examples are unique to this dictionary.
【例句】You are merely reciting facts that you have learned by rote.
【例句】Needy and handicapped people depend on government relief for their support.
【例句】The rural people have been impoverished by a collapsing economy.
in poverty ['p?v?t?]
【例句】He was bred up in poverty.
【例句】All of them came from wealthy, upper class families.
【例句】Both families are reasonably well-heeled and comfortably-off.
【例句】She comes from a well-to-do family.
【例句】The pollution has already turned vast areas into a wasteland.
【例句】We needed to reskill our workforce to cope with massive technological change.
【例句】The enormous difficulty makes him cynical about the feasibility of the idea.
16.新的 (new [nju?])
【例句】Net Electronic Map has become a brand-new way for showing the geographic information.
【例句】The company seemed set to make a fresh start under a new broom.
【例句】Protesters found a novel way of demonstrating against steeply rising oil prices.