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latitude n. 纬度
freedom from normal restraints in conduct
e.g. Great employees often get more latitude to bring up controversial subjects in a groupsetting because their performance allows greater freedom.
indication n. 指出，迹象
something that serves to suggest
e.g. Authorities said an autopsy found no indications of foul play or obvious signs of trauma on Houston.
intrigue n. 激起兴趣
cause to be interested or curious
e.g. Designing and building models that intrigue and educate without overwhelming has been challenging.
satire n. 讽刺
witty language used to convey insults or scorn
e.g. There’s plenty of humor on Russian television, though not much political satire; Mr. Putin put a stop to that long ago.
muse n. 沉思
reflect deeply on a subject
e.g. Musing about the Big Picture may be a lot more gratifying than focusing on the details of the specific policies that aren’t working.
gale n. 大风，狂风
a strong wind moving 45-90 knots
e.g. The gale was accompanied, as usual, by incessant rain and thick weather, and a heavy confused sea kept our decks always flooded.
suffrage n. 选举权
a legal right to vote
e.g. There has been a great deal said in this country of late in regard to giving the right of suffrage to women.
humiliate v. 羞辱
cause to feel shame
e.g. The letter claims pensioners are too often patronised, humiliated, denied privacy or even medical treatment.
imposed v. 欺骗，强加于
set forth authoritatively as obligatory
e.g. The Arab League has already suspended Syria and imposed economic sanctions.
kindle v. 发亮，点燃
e.g. Then a match was kindled and fire applied.
exertion n. 发挥，运用
use of physical or mental energy; hard work
e.g. One day overcome by exertion,she fainted in the street.
exploit v. 开发，开采
draw from; make good use of
e.g. As humans increasingly exploit the deep seas for fish, oil and mining, understanding how species are dispersed is crucial, Copley said.
venerate v. 崇敬
regard with feelings of respect and reverence
e.g. He venerated me like a being descended from an upper world.
throng v. 群集
press tightly together or cram
e.g. Deafening cheers rent the air as he landed; hundreds thronged around him to clasp his hand.
extravagant adj. 奢侈的，浪费的
e.g. Advisers say new millionaires are prone to mistakes, like making extravagant purchases or risky deals with friends.
malice n. 恶意
feeling a need to see others suffer
e.g. He viewed the moths with malice,their fluttering wings fanning his resentment.
proceeding n. 进行，程序
a sequence of steps by which legal judgments are invoked
e.g. Chu attended the special court-martial proceeding on Monday in Hawaii, Hill said.
sanction n. 认可，支持
give authority or permission to
e.g. The Securities and Exchange Commission said last year it had sanctioned 39 senior officers for conduct related to the housing market meltdown.