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  比如:390【单词在真题中出现次数】 states【真题常考形式】(state【单词原型】[steIt] 【音标】) n. 状况, 状态 v. 陈述【单词释义】
  56 statements【同词根单词】(statement[5steitmEnt]) n. 陈述
  【In fact, various emotional states give rise to certain patterns of electrical activity in
  the facial muscles and in the brain.】【例句,默认为*个单词的例句】
  List 1(*天)
  390 states(state[steIt]) n. 状况, 状态 v. 陈述
  56 statements(statement[5steitmEnt]) n. 陈述
  【In fact, various emotional states give rise to certain patterns of electrical activity in
  the facial muscles and in the brain.】
  248 species[5spi:Fiz](单复数同型) n. 种类; 人类
  3 subspecies ['s?b?spi:?i:z] n. 亚种
  【Some species of tuna have specialized grooves in their tongue.】
  311 form [fC:m]
  5 deformed(deform[di:5fC:m]) v. 使变形;变畸形
  3 reform [ri5fC:m] v. 改造 ; 改革 n. 改良
  n. 形状 v. 形成
  226 art [B:t] n. 艺术
  【 Tunas, mackerels, and billfishes have made streamlining into an art form. Their
  bodies are sleek and compact.】
  【Some mountains were formed as a result of these plates crashing into each other and
  forcing up the rock at the plate margins.】
  191 produced(produce[prE5dju:s]) v. 生产 n. 产品
  69 production [prE5dQkFEn] n. 生产
  281 plants(plant[plB:nt]) n. 植物, 工厂 v. 种植
  53 products(product[5prCdEkt]) n. 产品
  10 plantation [plAn5teiFEn] n. 农园, 大农场
  25 reproduction [7ri:prE5dQkFEn]
  n. 生殖;复制
  3 transplanted(transplant[trAns5plB:nt]) v. 移居, 迁移
  【Animal dung enriches the soil by providing nutrients for plant growth. 】
  16 reproduce [7ri:prE5dju:s] v. 繁殖;翻拍;复制
  10 productivity [7prCdQk5tiviti]
  n. 生产力
  6 productive [prE5dQktiv]
  adj. 多产的
  275 mentioned(mention[5menFEn]) v. *到
  6 reproductive [5ri:prE5dQktiv]
  adj. 再生的; 复制的
  【For example, in 1875 one biologist pointed out the diversity of butterflies in the
  Amazon when he mentioned that about 700 species were found within an hour's walk,
  whereas the total number found on the British islands did not exceed 66, and the whole
  of Europe supported only 321.】
  【Other mountains may be raised by earthquakes, which fracture the Earth's crust and
  can displace enough rock to produce block mountains.】
  167 increase [in5kri:s]
  v. 增加
  【To increase the society’s prosperity】
  274 century [5sentFuri]
  n. 世纪; 百年
  【Even though the fine arts in the twentieth century often treat materials in new ways,
  the basic difference in attitude of artists in relation to their materials in the fine arts and
  the applied arts remains relatively constant.】
  150 cause [kC:z]
  v. 导致 n. 原因
  【Wind velocity also increases with altitude and may cause serious stress for trees, as is
  made evident by the deformed shapes at high altitudes.】
  274 author [5C:WE]
  n. 作者
  136 regions(region[5ri:dVEn]) n. 区域
  【It ranges from sea level in the Polar Regions to 4,500 meters in the dry subtropics and
  3,500-4,500 meters in the moist tropics.】
  40 artistic [B:5tistik] adj. 艺术的; 美术的
  【For example, some early societies ceased to consider certain rites essential to their
  well-being and abandoned them, nevertheless, they retained as parts of their oral
  tradition the myths that had grown up around the rites and admired them for their
  artistic qualities rather than for their religious usefulness.】
  131 sentence [5sentEns]
  v. 宣判
  n. 句子
  【Where would the sentence best fit?】
  129 population [7pCpju5leiFEn]
  n.居民;人口
  117 design [di5zain]
  v. 设计
  【Have populations that are unstable in response to climate conditions】
  6 designers(designer[di5zainE]) n. 设计者
  【Architecture is the art and science of designing structures that organize and enclose
  space for practical and symbolic purposes.】
  124 study [5stQdi] v. 研究 n. 研究
  【It is conceivable that before going hunting the hunters would draw or study pictures
  of animals and imagine a successful hunt.】
  113 source [sC:s] n. 来源, 根源
  【This unprecedented development of a finite groundwater resource with an almost
  negligible natural recharge rate-that is, virtually no natural water source to replenish
  the water supply-has caused water tables in the region to fall drastically.】
  124 fossils(fossil[5fCsl]) n. 化石
  9 fossilization
  [fɑs?l?'ze??n] n. 化石作用
  110 environment [in5vaiErEnmEnt]
  n. 环境
  7 fossilized(fossilize['fɑs?la?z]) v. 使成化石
  【Pakicetus is the oldest fossil whale yet to be found.】
  7 environmentalists(environmentalist[in7vaiErEn5mentlist]) n. 环境保护论者
  【Many ecologists now think that the relative long-term stability of climax communities
  comes not from diversity but from the “patchiness” of the environment, an
  environment that varies from place to place supports more kinds of organisms than an
  environment that is uniform.】
  121 theory [5WiEri]
  n. 理论, ...论
  11 theorists(theorist[5WiErist]) n. 理论家
  4 theorized(theory[5WiEri]) v. 建立理论; 理论化
  【According to psychodynamic theory, the best ways to prevent harmful aggression may
  be to encourage less harmful aggression.】
  108 period [5piEriEd] n. 时期
  6 periodic [piEri5Cdik]
  adj. 定期的
  adv. 周期性地; 偶尔
  5 periodically [9pIErI`CdIkLlI]
  121 term [tE:m] v. 把...称为 n. 学期
  【During Jackson's second term, his opponents had gradually come together to form the
  Whig party.】
  【In the long run, electricity from large wind farms in remote areas might be used to
  make hydrogen gas from water during periods when there is less than peak demand for
  electricity.】
  121 artists(artist[5B:tist])
  n. 艺术家
  107 society [sE5saiEti]
  n.社会
  【Some theories of theater development focus on how theater was used by group leaders
  to group leaders govern other members of society.】
  organisms that compose the ecosystem.】
  102 process [prE5ses]
  n. 过程 v. 加工;处理, 办理
  107 activities(activity[Ak5tiviti]) n. 行动; 活动
  【In fact, damage to the environment by humans is often much more severe than damage
  by natural events and processes.】
  【There is little doubt, however, that desertification in most areas results primarily from
  human activities rather than natural processes.】
  101 individual [7indi5vidjuEl] n. 人, 个体 adj. 个别的
  106 mass
  [mAs]
  n. 块
  adj. 大规模的
  4 individualism
  [IndI5vIdjJElIz(E)m] n. 利己主义
  【 The cinema did not emerge as a form of mass consumption until its technology
  evolved from the initial "peepshow" format to the point where images were projected
  on a screen in a darkened theater.】
  【Because each individual is short-lived, the population of an opportunist species is
  likely to be adversely affected by drought, bad winters, or floods.】
  101 effect [i5fekt] n. 结果 v. 造成
  34 effective [i5fektiv] adj. 有效的
  105 since [sins] conj. 因为, 从...至今
  【Since the raising of most crops necessitates the prior removal of the natural vegetation,
  crop failures leave extensive tracts of land devoid of a plant cover and susceptible to
  wind and water erosion.】
  4 effectiveness [i5fektivnis]
  n. 效力
  【But for the black-tailed deer, human pressure has had just the opposite effect.】
  101 culture [5kQltFE] n. 文化, 耕种 v. 耕种
  105 emotions(emotion[i5mEuFEn])
  n. 情绪
  35 cultural [5kQltFEr(E)l] adj. 有修养的; 有文化的
  【The arch was used was used by the early cultures of the Mediterranean area chiefly for
  underground drains, but it was the Romans who first developed and used the arch
  extensively in aboveground structures.】
  35 emotional [i5mEuFEnl] adj. 情绪的
  【In psychodynamic theory, the purging of strong emotions or the relieving of tensions.】
  105 communities(community[kE5mju:niti]) n. 人群,很多个体的集合体,社
  区
  99 occur [E5kE:]
  v. 发生, 出现
  【Each SMSA would contain at least one central city with 50,000 inhabitants or more or
  two cities having shared boundaries and constituting, for general economic and social
  purposes, a single community with a combined population of at least 50,000, the
  smaller of which must have a population of at least 15,000. 】
  8 occurrences(occurrence[E5kQrEns]) n. 发生,事件
  【They occur at the end of a succession.】
  99 include
  [in5 klu:d]
  v. 包括; 包含
  4 inclusion [in5klu:VEn] n. 内含; 内含物
  104 organisms(organism[5C:^EnizEm]) n. 生物
  【Some drawbacks to wind farms include visual pollution and noise, although these can
  be overcome by improving their design and locating them in isolated areas.】
  5 microorganisms(microorganism[maIkrEJ5C:^EnIz(E)m]) n. 微生物
  【We can say that the properties of an ecosystem are more stable than the individual
  98 provide [prE5vaid] v. *供
  【To contrast the relative sophistication of modern artists in solving problems related to
  the laws of physics】
  【The land under wind turbines can be used for grazing cattle and other purposes, and
  leasing land for wind turbines can provide extra income for farmers and ranchers. 】
  94 impact [5impAkt] v. 影响;撞击 n. 作用,冲击
  【If an impact is large enough, it can disturb the environment of the entire Earth and
  cause an ecological catastrophe.】
  98 indicate [5indikeit]
  v. 指出
  11 indications(indication[7indi5keiFEn]) n. 指出; 迹象
  【To indicate that trance states were often associated with activities that took place
  inside caves 】
  93 heat [hi:t]
  v. 把...加热; 使激动 n. 热, 高潮, 热度
  【Increase pressure and heat from the weight of the sediment turn the organic remains
  into petroleum.】
  96 sediment [5sedimEnt]
  n. 沉淀物, 沉积
  10 sedimentary [sedI5mentErI] adj. 沉积的
  93 objects(object[5CbdVikt])
  3 objective [Eb5dVektiv]
  v. 反对, 抗议 n. 物体;目标
  7 sedimentation [ sed·i·men·ta·tion || ?sed?men'te??n]n. 沉淀作用; 沉降
  adj. 客观的, 外在的 n. 目的, 实物
  【Petroleum, consisting of crude oil and natural gas, seems to originate from organic
  matter in marine sediment.】
  【They engraved animal figures on the shafts of spears and other objects.】
  90 types(type[taip]) n. 类型 v. 作为代表,打字
  【 They may have used figurines to portray an ideal type or to express a desire for
  fertility.】
  96 pressure [`preFE(r)] n.压
  v.对...施加压力; 迫使
  【Continued sedimentation-the process of deposits’ settling on the sea bottom-buries
  the organic matter and subjects it to higher temperatures and pressures, which convert
  the organic matter to oil and gas.】
  90 power [5pauE] n. 势力; 权力 v. 使...有力量, 激励
  4 hydropower [5haidrEupauE] n. 水力发出的电力
  【In the future, wind power is likely to become a major source of the world’s energy
  supply. 】
  96 particular [pE5tikjulE]
  adj. 特别的, 独有的
  【There is increasing evidence that the impacts of meteorites have had important effects
  on Earth, particularly in the field of biological evolution.】
  90 major [5meidVE] adj. 主要的, 大部份的 n. 主修
  12 majority [mE5dVCriti] n. 多数, 大多数
  95 influence [5influEns] v. 影响
  n. 影响
  5 influential [7influ5enFEl] adj. 有影响的
  【The technology is in place for a major expansion of wind power worldwide.】
  【Impacts by meteorites represent one mechanism that could cause global catastrophes
  and seriously influence the evolution of life all over the planet.】
  90 gas [^As]
  n. 气体
  4 gasoline [5^AsEli:n] n. 汽油
  3 outgassing n. 除气作用
  无老师 Toefl 词汇红宝书
  94 modern [5mCdEn] adj. 现代的, 时髦的
  【These periods are times when wind turbines are powered by hydrogen gas.】
  12 containers(container[kEn5teinE]) n. 容器; 集装箱
  【The situation is most critical in Texas, where the climate is driest, the greatest amount
  of water is being pumped, and the aquifer contains the least water.】
  88 cave [keiv]
  n. 洞穴 v. 挖洞
  5 caverns(cavern[5kAvEn]) n. 巨穴
  【Scholars have wondered about the meaning of the subjects, location, and overpainting
  of Lascaux cave images.】
  84 glaciers(glacier[5^lAsjE]) n. 冰河
  30 glacial [5^leisjEl] adj. 冰的; 冰河的
  6 glaciation n.冰蚀
  87 techniques(technique[tek5ni:k])
  n. 技巧; 技法
  3 interglacial n.两个冰河世纪之间的温暖时间段
  【Sediments that hold water were spread by glaciers and are still spread by rivers and
  streams.】
  【Artists developed special techniques for painting the walls.】
  87 structure [5strQktFE]
  n. 结构, 构造 v. 建筑, 组织
  15 structural [5strQktFErEl] adj. 结构的, 建筑的
  82 theater [5WIEtE(r)] n. 剧场; 电影院
  【 The Long-Term Stability of Ecosystems Plant communities assemble themselves
  flexibly, and their particular structure depends on the specific history of the area.】
  【They produced and prerecorded the material that was shown in the theaters.】
  81 conditions(condition[kEn5diFEn]) n. 情况; 环境
  【In some regions, the increase in desert areas is occurring largely as the result of a trend
  toward drier climatic conditions.】
  87 rapid [5rApid] adj. *的, 急促的 n. 急流
  【A very dehydrated person, on the other hand, cannot drink enough water to rehydrate
  at one session, because the human stomach is not sufficiently big and because a too
  rapid dilution of the body fluids causes death from water intoxication.】
  81 behavior [bi5heivjE]
  n. 行为, 举止
  adj. 行为的
  6 behavioral [bI5heIvjEr(E)l]
  86 ocean [5EuFEn] n. 海洋
  【 When one animal attacks another, it engages in the most obvious example of
  aggressive behavior.】
  8 oceanic [7EuFi5Anik]
  adj. 海洋的
  3 oceanographers(oceanographer[9EJFIE`nC^rEfE(r)]) n. 海洋学者
  【It has been suggested that Pakicetus fed on fish in shallow water and was not yet
  adapted for life in the open ocean.】
  80 variety [vE5raiEti] n. 变化,多样性
  68 various [5vZEriEs]
  adj. 各种的
  50 vary [5vZEri] v. 改变, 变更; 变化
  86 ancient [5einFEnt]
  adj. 远古的, 年老的
  4 variables(variable[5vZEriEbl]) n. 变数, 可变物
  4 invariably [In5veErIEb(E)lI] adv. 不变地, 一定地
  【Facial expressions and emotional states interact with each other through a variety of
  feedback mechanisms.】
  【To explain how ancient builders reduced the amount of time necessary to construct
  buildings from stone.】
  86 contained(contain[kEn5tein]) v. 包含
  77 evidence [5evidEns] v. *
  n. 证据, 迹象
  【Such nests also act as humidity regulators by allowing rain to drain into the bottom
  sections of the nest so that the eggs are not in direct contact with the water. 】
  【Supporting evidence comes from research showing that aggressive people often distort
  other people's motives.】
  80 characteristics(characteristic[7kAriktE5ristik]) n. 特性, 特色 adj. 特有的
  30 characterized(characterize[5kArIktEraIz]) v. 赋予特色
  【The most striking characteristic of the plants of the alpine zone is their low growth
  form. 】
  77 european [7juErE5pi(:)En] adj. 欧洲的 n. 欧洲人
  【Those queried ranged from European college students to members of the Fore, a tribe
  that dwells in the New Guinea highlands.】
  76 national [5nAFEnEl]
  n. 国民 adj. *的
  79 government [5^QvEnmEnt]
  n. 政府
  【Some oil lies under regions where drilling is forbidden, such as national parks or other
  public lands.】
  4 governing(govern[5^QvEn]) v. 统治; 决定
  【In contrast to the Democrats, the Whigs favored government aid for education. 】
  76 location [lEu5keiFEn] n. 位置
  79 energy [5enEdVi] n. 精力;精神
  43 located(locate[lEu5keit])
  v. 找出, 位于
  5 energetic [7enE5dVetik]
  adj. 精力充沛的
  【Limiting drilling to accessible locations】
  【 Growth, reproduction, and daily metabolism all require an organism to expend
  energy. 】
  76 aggressive [E5^resiv] adj. 侵犯的, 有进取精神的
  40 aggression [E5^reFEn] n. 进攻; 侵略
  78 involve [in5vClv] v. 包括
  4 aggressiveness n. 侵犯; 进取
  5 involvement [in5vClvmEnt]
  n. 包含
  【When they are caused to frown, they rate cartoons as being more aggressive.】
  【Spillage from huge oil-carrying cargo ships, called tankers, involved in collisions or
  accidental groundings (such as the one off Alaska in 1989) can create oil slicks at sea.】
  75 upper [5QpE]
  adj. 上面的, 上级的
  【Ekman’s observation may be relevant to the British expression “keep a stiff upper lip”
  as a recommendation for handling stress.】
  78 essential [i5senFEl]
  adj. 重要的,本质的
  adv. 实质上; 本来
  14 essentially [I5senFElI]
  【Another opinion is that the paintings were directly related to hunting and were an
  essential part of a special preparation ceremony.】
  75 atmosphere [5AtmEsfiE]
  n. 大气, 气氛
  adj. 大气的
  13 atmospheric [7AtmEs5ferik]
  【The explosion lifted about 100 trillion tons of dust into the atmosphere, as can be
  determined by measuring the thickness of the sediment layer formed when this dust
  settled to the surface.】
  77 movement [5mu:vmEnt] n. 运动; 运转
  【A united, highly successful labor movement took shape.】
  74 iron [5aiEn] n. 铁; 熨斗 adj. 铁的
  70 popular [5pCpjulE] adj. 受欢迎的, 流行的
  【 Scientific analysis reveals that the colors were derived from ocher and other iron
  oxides ground into a fine powder.】
  【Although origin in ritual has long been the most popular, it is by no means the only
  theory about how the theater came into being.】
  74 facial [5feiFEl] adj. 脸的, 脸部的
  68 technology [tek5nClEdVi]
  n. 技术,工艺
  adj. 技术的, 工艺的
  【A person's facial expression may reflect the person's emotional state.】
  24 technological [7teknE5lCdVikEl]
  【The development of projection technology made it possible to project images on a
  large screen. 】
  72 clay [klei] n. 粘土
  【The impact of raindrops on the loose soil tends to transfer fine clay particles into the
  tiniest soil spaces, sealing them and producing a surface that allows very little water
  penetration. 】
  68 layer [5leiE] n. 层; 地层 v. 分层堆积
  【The Earth's crust is thought to be divided into huge, movable segments, called plates,
  which float on a soft plastic layer of rock.】
  71 urban [5E:bEn]
  adj. 都市的
  4 urbanization n. 都市化
  68 insects(insect[5insekt]) n. 昆虫
  【Whig and Democratic areas of influence were naturally split between urban and rural
  areas, respectively. 】
  【Small size makes it easy to scramble among twigs and branches in the canopy for
  insects, flowers, or fruit, but small mammals are surpassed, in the competition for food,
  by large ones that have their own tactics for browsing among food-rich twigs.】
  71 painting(paint[peint])
  n. 画, 绘画
  29 painters(painter[5peintE]) n. 漆工
  68 ability [E5biliti]
  n. 能力; 才能
  29 painted(paint[peint]) v. 油漆; 画
  【Ekman argued that the ability to accurately recognize the emotional content of facial
  expressions was valuable for human beings.】
  3 overpainting n. (油画)复盖色,复绘
  【In Southwest France in the 1940’s, playing children discovered Lascaux Grotto, a
  series of narrow cave chambers that contain huge prehistoric paintings of animals.】
  67 generally [5dVenErEli] adv. 通常, 普遍地, 逐渐地; 一般来说
  【Above the tree line there is a zone that is generally called alpine tundra.】
  71 economic [7i:kE5nCmik] adj. 经济上的; 合算的
  62 economy [i(:)5kCnEmi]
  n. 经济
  67 applied(apply[E5plai]) vi.使用;适用于
  12 application [7Apli5keiFEn] n.申请(表,书)
  vt.使用
  11 economically [i:kE5nRmIkElI] adv.节俭地
  6 economical [7i:kE5nCmikEl] adj. 节俭的
  【To indicate that not all economic activity in the High Plains is dependent on irrigation
  】
  【To demonstrate that an understanding of stability in ecosystems can be applied to help
  understand stability in other situations 】
  66 transportation [7trAnspC:5teiFEn]
  n. 运输
  35 transport [trAns5pC:t]
  v. 传送,运输
  【Transportation networks began to decline.】
  60 extinction [iks5tiNkFEn]
  n. 消失
  35 extinct [iks5tiNkt] adj.灭绝的
  66 methods(method[5meWEd]) n. 方法;秩序
  【This break in Earth's history is marked by a mass extinction, when as many as half the
  species on the planet became extinct.】
  【The new methods of doing business involved a new and stricter sense of time.】
  66 manufacturing(manufacture[7mAnju5fAktFE]) vt./ n.(大量)制造
  3 manufacturers(manufacturer[7mAnju5fAktFErE]) n.制造商
  【 After 1815 this older form of manufacturing began to give way to factories with
  machinery tended by unskilled or semiskilled laborers.】
  60 complex [5kCmpleks]
  adj. 复杂的, 合成的
  n. 复合物, 综合体
  9 complexity [kEm5pleksiti] n. 复杂; 复杂性
  【 Besides cave paintings, Upper Paleolithic people produced several other kinds of
  artwork, one of which has been thought to provide evidence of complex thought。】
  66 contributed(contribute[kEn5tribju:t]) v. 有助于
  12 contributions(contribution[7kCntri5bju:FEn]) n.贡献
  【Even living things contribute to the formation of landscapes. 】
  60 climate [5klaimit]
  n. 气候
  adj. 气候上的
  17 climatic [klai5mAtik]
  【A fundamental difference between Whigs and Democrats involved the importance of
  the market in society. 】
  63 quality [5kwCliti] n. 品质, 特质
  【They were produced with more concern for quality than for speed of production.】
  59 relatively [5relEtIvlI] adv. 相当地;比较而言
  14 relative [5relEtiv]
  adj.相对的,有关系的
  63 marine [mE5ri:n]
  adj. 海的; 航海的; 海产的
  【To suggest that wind turbines result in relatively few bird deaths】
  6 submarine [5sQbmEri:n] n.海底生物
  【Microscopic organisms settle to the seafloor and accumulate in marine mud.】
  59 Jupiter [5dVu:pitE] n. 木星
  【The world anxiously watched as, every few hours, a hurtling chunk of comet plunged
  into the atmosphere of Jupiter.】
  63 mammals(mammal[5mAmEl]) n. 哺乳动物
  【The canopy ,the upper level of the trees in the rain forest, holds a plethora of climbing
  mammals of moderately large size, which may include monkeys, cats, civets, and
  porcupines. 】
  58 native [5neitiv] adj. 本国的;本地的;与生俱来的
  【Many tribal hunters, including some Native Americans, camouflaged themselves by
  wearing animal heads and hides. 】
  61 established(establish[is5tAbliF]) v. 建立, 制定
  10 establishment [is5tAbliFmEnt] n. 确立; 设施
  【Once an oak tree becomes established, it is likely to survive minor cycles of drought
  and even fire.】
  58 erosion [i5rEuVEn] n.冲蚀,侵蚀
  32 erode
  [i5rEud] v.腐蚀;侵蚀
  【Dandelions are called opportunists because they contribute to the natural processes of
  erosion and the creation of gaps in the forest canopy.】
  【In the tropics, the valleys appear to be more favorable because they are less prone to
  dry out, they have less frost, and they have deeper soils.】
  58 contrast [5kCntrAst]
  n. 对比; 差异; 对照, 相反
  v. 使对比, 使对照
  【To contrast them to desert mammals.】
  56 meteorites(meteorite[5mi:tjEraIt]) n.陨石
  【Twice in the twentieth century, large meteorite objects are known to have collided with
  Earth.】
  58 construction [kEn5strQkFEn] n.建造,建造物
  21 constructed(construct[kEn5strQkt]) vt.建造
  8 reconstruct [5ri:kEn5strQkt] vt.重建
  56 factors(factor[5fAktE]) n.因素
  6 reconstruction [5ri:kEn5strQkFEn]
  n.重建
  【Various environmental factors may play a role.】
  4 constructive [kEn5strQktiv] a.建设性的
  【It is the work of architects to create buildings that are not simply constructions but also
  offer inspiration and delight.】
  56 desert [dI5z:t] n.沙漠
  25 desertification
  n.沙漠化
  【 Many factors have contributed to the great increase in desertification in recent
  decades.】
  以上就是*天的词汇内容,大家可以先背哟,建议大家背比较经常出现的词汇。一些只出现不到10次的可以考虑不背。以上都是参考自无老师 Toefl 词汇红宝书。

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