今天的文章内容对于正在备考PTE考试的同学们是非常的有价值，为了帮助同学们考出更好的成绩，课窝小编给大家带来了词汇，是总结的English Speaking Country的高中毕业生Highschool Graduate必须会的词汇，其实与PTE考试难度也十分相近，一起来了解一下吧。
connotation n. 内涵，含蓄
an idea that is implied or suggested
e.g. In Arabic, the word“bayt” translates literally as house, but its connotations resonatebeyond rooms and walls, summoning longings gathered about family and home.
unassuming adj. 谦逊的
e.g. Parr’s conduct after his most heroic actions was thoroughly modest and unassuming.
avocation n. 副业，业余爱好
an auxiliary activity
e.g. Unlike many retired doctors, whom he says often have no life outside their profession, he always knew sailing would become his avocation.
omniscient adj. 全知全能的
e.g. Robbe-Grillet responds that his work is in fact far less objective than the god like, omniscient narrator who presides over so many traditional novels.
delve v. 挖，钻研
turn up, loosen, or remove earth
e.g. So she did what any reporter would do: she delved into the scientific literature and talked to investigators.
platitude n. 陈词滥调
a trite or obvious remark
e.g. But details are fuzzy an drebel leaders often resort to platitudes when dismissing suggestions of discord, saying simply that “Libya is one tribe.”
blatant adj. 喧嚣的，公然的
without any attempt at concealment;completely obvious
e.g. There was no blatant display of wealth, and every article of furniture bore signs of long though careful use.
idiosyncrasy n. 气质，性格
a behavioral attribute peculiar to an individual
e.g. One of his well-known idiosyncrasies was that he would never allow himself to be photographed.
inclusive adj. 包含的，包容的
encompassing much or everything
e.g. We are going to adhere to our basic programming strategy of nonpartisan information inclusive of all different points of view.
urbane adj. 彬彬有礼的
showing a high degree of refinement
e.g. Polished, urbane and gentlemanly—his manners were calculated to refine all around him.
clandestine adj, 私密的，私下的
conducted with or marked by hidden aims or methods
e.g. For Jordan, this is a clandestine relationship it would much prefer to have kept secret.
discriminating adj. 识别，区别对待
showing or indicating careful judgment and discernment
e.g. Jobs’ Apple specializes in delighting the most discriminating, hard-to-please customers.
faction n. 派别
a dissenting clique
e.g. One faction declared it would begin an armed struggle against the government of the United States.
partisan adj. 效忠的
devoted to a cause or party
e.g. But given the bitter partisan divide in an election year, Democrats said they would never be able to get such legislation passed.
objective adj. 客观的
the goal intended to be attained
e.g. The objective was to mobilize students from 18 high schools across the city to provide community services and inspire others.
entreat v. 请求，恳求
ask for or request earnestly
e.g. “Let me go now,please,” she entreated, her eyes unable to meet his any longer.
illustrious adj. 著名的，杰出的
widely known and esteemed
e.g. She will be joining an illustrious list of recipients that include Winston Churchill, Nelson Mandela, Pope John Paul II and Princess Diana.
frustrate v. 阻挠，挫败
hinder or prevent, as an effort, plan, or desire
e.g. Frustrated after two years of missed budget targets, finance chiefs demanded Greek officials put their verbal commitments into law.
philosophical adj. 哲学的
relating to the investigation of existence and knowledge
e.g. His arguments, like Einstein’s, were qualitative, verging on highly philosophical.
vacate v. 空出，搬出
leave behind empty; move out of
e.g. Their number diminished sharply after Villaraigosa announced last week that he wanted protesters to vacate the grounds by Monday or be forcibly removed.