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  • disclose=uncover, open, reveal, show 20 by 教甄教程◆英文
    disclose KK [dɪsˋkloz] DJ [disˋkləuz] 1. 使露出, 使顯露 同義詞uncover, open, reveal, show 反義詞conceal,..
  • contradict, conflict, concede, confide 0 by 教甄教程◆英文
    (A) contradict contradict KK [͵kɑntrəˋdɪkt] DJ [͵kɔntrəˋdikt] 1. 否定(陳述等); 反駁; 提出論據反對 同..
He refuses to ________ details of the transaction to the police.
(A)discover
(B)convince
(C)disclose
(D)conduct
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答案:C
難度:適中
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吳蕊蕙 高三下 (2012/09/25 09:23)

(A)discover(B)convince(C)disclose(D)conduct
(A) 發現 (B) 說服 (C) 披露 (D) 行為
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Shu Yu Chen 國一上 (2012/10/26 17:20)
transaction  n.  1. 辦理, 處置, 執行[the S]  2. 交易; 業務; 買賣[C]  3. (學會等的)議事錄, 會報, 會刊[P]  4. 【律】和解協議[C]  
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Shu Yu Chen 國一上 (2012/10/26 17:21)
conduct vt.  1. 引導, 帶領  2. 實施; 處理; 經營, 管理  3. 為人, 表現[O]  4. 指揮(軍隊, 樂隊等)  5. 【物】傳導(熱, 電等)  vi.  1. 引導, 帶領  2. 指揮樂隊  
63. “The laws and rules that govern the securities industry derive from a simple and straightforward concept: all investors, whether large institutions or private individuals, should have access to certain basic facts about an investment prior to buying it, and so long as they hold it.” To achieve the above goal, the government authority will most likely require public companies to      .
(A) disclose meaningful information 
(B) abstain from trading shares
(C) avoid self-dealing transactions 
(D) establish an internal control mechanism
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答案:A
難度:困難
1F
Shi Jou 大三下 (2013/06/12 07:53)
題目圖片太小了,看得好吃力,再幫忙改一下吧~
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97141346 國二上 (2014/07/05 14:40)
"政府的證券法規要求:所有投資者,不論企業或是私人,都應於投資前得對投資項目有所了解"。為了達到此目標,政府應規定所有上市公司____.
(A) 揭露有意義(與投資相關)事項
(B) 禁止股份轉讓
(C) 避免與公司自我交易
(D) 維持控管機制
Someday a stranger will read your e-mail without your permission or scan the Websites you’ve visited. Or perhaps someone will casually glance through your credit card purchase or cell phone bills to find out your shopping preferences or calling habits. In fact, it’s likely some of these things have already happened to you. Who would watch you without your permission? It might be a spouse, a girlfriend, a marketing company, a boss, a cop or a criminal. Whoever it is, they will see you in a way you never intended to be seen — the 21st century equivalent of being caught naked. Psychologists tell us boundaries are healthy, that it’s important to reveal yourself to friends, family and lovers in stages, at appropriate times. But few boundaries remain. The digital bread crumbs (碎屑) you leave everywhere make it easy for strangers to reconstruct who you are, where you are and what you like. In some cases, a simple Google search can reveal what you think. Like it or not, increasingly we live in a world where you simple cannot keep a secret. The key question is: Does that matter? When opinion polls ask Americans about privacy, most say they are concerned about losing it. A survey found an overwhelming pessimism about privacy, with 60 percent of respondents saying they feel their privacy is “slipping away, and that bothers me.” But people say one thing and do another. Only a tiny fraction of Americans change any behaviors in an effort to preserve their privacy. Few people turn down a discount at tollbooths (收费站) to avoid using the EZ-Pass system that can track automobile movements. And few turn down supermarket loyalty cards. Privacy economist Alessandro Acquisti has run a series of tests that reveal people will surrender personal information like Social Security numbers just to get their hands on a pitiful 50-cents-off coupon (优惠券). But privacy does matter – at least sometimes. It’s like health: When you have it, you don’t notice it. Only when it’s gone do you wish you’d done more to protect it.
【題組】65. What do most Americans do with regard to privacy protection?
(A)They change behaviors that might disclose their identity.
(B) They use various loyalty cards for business transactions.
(C) They rely more and more on electronic devices.
(D) They talk a lot but hardly do anything about it.
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答案:D
難度:適中
Part V Cloze (15 minutes) Directions: There are 20 blanks in the following passage. For each blank there are four choices marked
(A),
(B),
(C) and
(D) on the right side of the paper. You should choose the ONE that best fits into the passage. Then mark the corresponding letter on Answer Sheet 2 with a single line through the centre. Music produces profound and lasting changes in the brain. Schools should add music classes, not cut them. Nearly 20 years ago, a small study advanced the 62 that listening to Mozart’s Sonata for Two Pianos in D Major could boost mental functioning. It was not long 63 trademarkedMozart effectproducts began to appeal to anxious parents aiming to put toddlers (刚学步的孩子) 64 the fast track to prestigious universities like Harvard and Yale. Georgia’s governor even 65 giving every newborn there a classical CD or cassette. The 66 for Mozart therapy turned out to be weak, perhaps nonexistent, although the 67 study never claimed anything more than a temporary and limited effect. In recent years, 68 , scientists have examined the benefits of a concerted 69 to study and practice music, as 70 to playing a Mozart CD or a computer-basedbrain fitnessgame 71 in a while. Advanced monitoring 72 have enabled scientists to see what happens 73 your head when you listen to your mother and actually practice the violin for an hour every afternoon. And they have found that music 74 can produce profound and lasting changes that 75 the general ability to learn. These results should 76 public officials that music classes are not a mere decoration, ripe for discarding in the budget crises that constantly 77 public schools. Studies have shown that 78 instrument training from an early age can help the brain to 79 sounds better, making it easier to stay focused when absorbing other subjects, from literature to mathematics. The musically adept (擅长的)are better able to 80 on a biology lesson despite the noise in the classroom 81 , a few years later, to finish a call with a client when a colleague in the next office starts screaming a subordinate. They can attend to several things at once in the mental scratch pad called working

【題組】77.
(A)trouble
(B)transform
(C) distract
(D)disclose
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答案:A
難度:適中
2. I hate to be the one to ____ him, but as the director of this film, I have to choose the most qualified actor for this role.
(A) disengage
(B) disillusion
(C) disclose
(D) dismantle
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答案:B
難度:困難
1F
Joy :) 考上國小英語師囉,謝謝阿摩 高三下 (2014/07/02 20:56)
disillusion 幻滅, 覺醒, 醒悟, 幻想破滅
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媽笨 國三下 (2014/10/24 15:24)
(A) disengage  解除
(C) disclose    透露
(D) dismantle  拆開  廢除