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搜尋:confine

14. The reason why quarrels arise is because our desires ____ with those of others.
(A) conflict
(B) confront
(C) confine
(D) concord

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答案:A
難度:簡單
2F
陳郁蓁 國三下 (2010/06/20)     5    
(B) confront 迎面遇到; 面臨; 遭遇
3F
陳郁蓁 國三下 (2010/06/20)     7    
(C) confine 限制; 使局限[(+to)]
4F
陳郁蓁 國三下 (2010/06/20)     7    

(D) concord  一致, 協調; (國際的)和睦[U]

 

Children ________ changes easily; what's more, they learn new things quickly.
(A) confine to
(B) adapt to
(C) occupy in
(D) engage in

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答案:B
難度:簡單
1F
Iris Lee 高一上 (2012/07/24)     3    
confine to (ph.) 把...限制在
2F
Peter Hao 高一上 (2014/05/09)     0    
 engage in 致力於 忙於
engagement訂婚

3F
Marie 高三下 (2015/02/16)     0    

adapt to 適應於


be occupied in 忙於

After we ___ our study schedule, we should do our best to carry it out.
(A) confine
(B) finalize
(C) fertilize
(D) frustrate

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答案:B
難度:適中
1F
Wendy Chiu 高三上 (2012/10/24)     3    


confine 限制; 使局限[(+to)]

fertilize使肥沃; 施肥

frustrate 挫敗; 阻撓; 使感到灰心

2F
Wen Xuan Xie 大二上 (2013/01/05)     3    
 finalize---完成
Part IV Cloze (15 minutes) As a physician who travels quite a lot, I spend a lot of time on planes listening for that dreaded “Is there a doctor on board?” announcement. I’ve been __71__ only once—for a woman who had merely fainted. But the __72__ made me quite curious about how __73__ this kind of thing happens I wondered what I would do if __74__ with a real midair medical emergency-with out access __75__ a hospital staff and the usual emergency equipment. So __76__ the New England Journal of Medicine last week __77__ a study about in –flight medical events. I read it __78__ interest. The study estimated that there are a(n) __79__ of 30 in-flight medical emergencies on U.S. flights every day. Most of them are not __80__; fainting and dizziness are the most frequent complaints. __81__ 13% of them –roughly four a day—are serious enough to __82__ a pilot to change course. The most common of the serious emergencies __83__ heart trouble, strokes, and difficulty breathing. Let’s face it: plane rides are __84__. For starters, cabin pressures at high altitudes are set at roughly __85__ they would be if you lived at 5,000 to 8,000 feet above sea level. Most people can tolerate these pressures pretty __86__, but passengers with heart disease __87__ experience chest pains as result of the reduced amount of oxygen flowing through their blood. __88__ common in-flight problem is deep venous thrombosis—the so-called economy class syndrome (综合症).__89__ happens, don’t panic. Things are getting better on the in-flight-emergency front. Thanks to more recent legislation, flights with at __90__ one attendant are starting to install emergency medical kits to treat heart attacks. .
【題組】83.
(A) include
(B) confine
(C) imply
(D) contain

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答案:A
難度:適中
As a physician who travels quite a lot, I spend a lot of time on planes listening for that dreaded “Is there a doctor on board?” announcement. I’ve been 71 only once – for a woman who had merely fainted. But the 72 made me quite curious about how 73 this kind of thing happens I wondered what I would do if 74 with a real midair medical emergency-with out access 75 a hospital staff and the usual emergency equipment. So 76 the New England Journal of Medicine last week 77 a study about in –flight medical events. I read it 78 interest. The study estimated that there are a(n) 79 of 30 in-flight medical emergencies on U.S. flights every day. Most of them are not 80;fainting and dizziness are the most frequent complaints. 81 13% of them –roughly four a day – are serious enough to 82 a pilot to change course. The most common of the serious emergencies 83 heart trouble. strokes, and difficulty breathing. Let’s face it: plane rides are 84.For starters, cabin pressures at high altitudes are set at roughly 85 they would be if you lived at 5,000 to 8,000 feet above sea level. Most people can tolerate these pressures pretty 86 ,but passengers with heart disease 87 experience chest pains as result of the reduced amount of oxygen flowing through their blood. 88 common in-flight problem is deep venous thrombosis – the so-called economy class syndrome (综合症).89 happens, don’t panic. Things are getting better on the in-flight-emergency front. Thanks to more recent legislation, flights with at 90 one attendant are starting to install emergency medical kits to treat heart attacks.
【題組】83
(A)include
(B)confine
(C)imply
(D)contain

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答案:A
難度:適中