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906   Do not intrude into the garden. It is the private ______ of that house owner.
(A)camouflage
(B)territory
(C)necessity
(D)terrorist

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答案:B
難度:適中
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Lovely Pei 高二下 (2012/03/11)     2    
intrude into  闖入, 侵入  (B) private territory 私人領地 (A) camouflage [ˋkæmə͵flɑʒ] v. n. 偽裝;.....看完整詳解
If there is one thing I dislike, it is dogs that bark late at night. An example is my neighbor’s dog across the street from me. My neighbor lets her dog out for about a half hour every night around midnight. ( 14 ) her dog hits the night air, his automatic response is to howl and bark, which he does for a full half hour. He does not seem to bark at anything in particular. ( 15 ) , barking seems to be his form of nightly exercise. I want to be a good neighbor, so I try not to ( 16 ) too much, but I’m getting very tired of that midnight serenade.
【題組】16.
(A) defend
(B) complain
(C) intrude
(D) threaten

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答案:B
難度:簡單
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石博文 大一上 (2013/01/31)     2    
If there is one thing I dislike, it is dogs that bark late at night.
An example is my neighbor’s dog across the street from me.
My neighbor lets her dog out for about a half hour every night around midnight.
[ 44 ] her dog hits the night air, his automatic response is to howl and bark,
which he does for a full half hour. He does not seem to bark at anything in particular.
[ 45 ], barking seems to be his form of nightly exercise.
I want to be a good neighbor, so I try not to [ 46 ] too much,
but I’m getting very tired of that midnight serenade.

44  As soon as  Because  As a result  Even ...
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2F
genlan 高一下 (2015/05/23)     0    
如樓上所說,題目不見了!
( )10. Your fortune can’t _____ happiness. Rich people are not necessarily happy.
(A) pledge
(B) protect
(C) intrude
(D) integrate

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答案:A
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Helen Yang 高三下 (2013/05/16)     5    
A) pled.....看完整詳解
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Sweet girl! 高三下 (2013/07/11)     1    
intrude  打擾、侵入
When does the simple digital tracking of your location and movements start to be truly revealing? When do the data points and inferences that can be drawn from it strongly suggest, say, trips to a psychiatrist, a mosque, an abortion clinic, a strip club or an AIDS treatment center? The answer, according to a new research paper, is about a week, when the data portrait of a person becomes sufficiently detailed to (37) as an “unreasonable search” and a potential violation of an individual’s Fourth Amendment rights. The research paper, a collaboration of computer scientists and lawyers, wades into the debate over the legal and policing implications of modern data collection and analysis technology. It explores (38) in legal circles is called the “mosaic theory” of the Fourth Amendment, which essentially states that when linked and analyzed by software, a much richer picture emerges from combined information than from discrete data points. The main technology for making these inferences is machine learning, a branch of artificial intelligence. In the paper, the authors write that their goal was “to identify the (39) at which enough is enough—the point at which long-term government surveillance becomes objectively unreasonable.” The issue of when location data and analysis might (40) a violation of the Fourth Amendment came up most prominently in a Supreme Court case, United States v. Jones, in 2012. In the case, Antoine Jones, a nightclub owner in Washington, D.C., was suspected by the police of dealing drugs. The local police, working with federal agents, put a GPS tracking device on his car, without a warrant, and gathered his location data for four weeks. Mr. Jones was (41) convicted of drug trafficking conspiracy, based in part on thousands of pages of location information sent from the GPS tracker over 28 days. But then the Supreme Court ruled for Mr. Jones, saying his Fourth Amendment rights had been violated because placing the GPS device on his car, without a warrant and without his knowledge, was “an unauthorized physical intrusion,” as if someone had come into his home.
【題組】40.
(A)constitute
(B)enlighten
(C)intrude
(D)retrieve

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答案:A
難度:適中
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全力衝刺 高二上 (2017/03/19)     10    
(A)constitute 制定; 組成; ★★(☆)...


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28. Your passport will ______soon. Remember to renew it before you go abroad.
(A) applaud
(B) expire
(C) intrude
(D) unfold

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答案:B
難度:簡單
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iris 國一下 (2015/01/18)     0    
expire到期
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Jerryboy 國一下 (2016/11/06)     0    


(A)鼓掌 (B)期滿 (C)侵入 (D)展開