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搜尋:jeopardize

A good trial lawyer will argue only what is central to an issue, eliminating ______ information or anything else that might jeopardize the client.
(A) reprehensible
(B) extraneous
(C) erratic
(D) prodigious

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答案:B
難度:適中
最佳解!
Coco Lee 國三上 (2012/04/12)     10    
reprehensible (a.) 應該指責的extraneous (a.) 外來的, 無關的er.....看完整詳解
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蘇婕鈮 大二下 (2011/06/10)     4    
extraneous
記錄
KK:[ɛkˋstrenɪəs]
DJ:[eksˋtreiniəs]
a.
  • 1. 體外的; 外來的
  • 2. 無關的
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Grace Chang 國二上 (2014/03/31)     0    

reprehensible : blameworthy

06. An air pollutant means an airborne substance sufficient to _______ directly or indirectly public health or the living environment. ((
(A)manifest
(B) submerge
(C) jeopardize
(D) elaborate)

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答案:C
難度:簡單
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黃婉如 國三下 (2013/05/27)     3    
 jeopardize 使瀕於危險境地; 冒...的危險; 危及
2F
Jill Jiang 國三下 (2013/06/18)     0    
submerge  把...浸入水中, 淹沒
3F
Tiffany Wu 高三下 (2013/07/03)     2    

manifest 表明, 顯示

submerge 把...浸入水中

jeopardize 危及, 冒...危險

elaborate 詳盡的

10. College students are being forced to step up and fight to save the nation against a media monopoly, the so-called “media monster” that could significantly ______ Taiwan’s precious democracy and freedom of speech.
(A) patronize
(B) jeopardize
(C) plagiarize
(D) stigmatize

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答案:B
難度:適中
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Bnbn Yang 高三下 (2013/08/05)     1    

patronize(v.)資助;贊助;庇護

jeopardize(v.)危及;冒...危險

plagiarize(v.)抄襲;瓢竊

stigmatize(v.)指責;污辱

We are fast becoming a nation of social networking addicts, and no group more so than students. But where should we 
draw the line between our professional and private lives? And what are the potential risks we face when we log on? There are 
some high-profile cases of careers being ruined because of inappropriate content found on social networking sites. In October 
last year, Philip Clarke, a Tory aide, was suspended after a “blacked up” Tory co-worker was posted onhis Facebook page. 
Whether it was sheer stupidity or not, it is a scary reminder that what we post online could be seen by anyone.  
Arguably, it is graduates who are at greatest risk.Facebook was created by a Harvard University student to help people on 
campus keep in touch and was originally based around university networks. Mass demand for the service has led it to be opened 
to all, with networks now based around cities rather than universities. This makes it more difficult for graduates to decide when, 
if ever, it is time to end their relationship with social networking.  
Continuing the student lifestyle through your profile may seem the best way of avoiding having to growup completely. 
But student accounts can be particularly explicit and although uploading photos from a 48-hour post-exam bender might seem 
like a great idea at the time, you never know who might be looking at them a few months down the line.And it could be to the 
determent of your fledgling career.  
Throughout the press there have been reports about employers snooping onapplicants’ accounts before they even make it 
to interview. Research has shown that one in five employers use social networking sites to check up onhow candidates project 
themselves, with almost two thirds admitting that details found online affect their decisions. So, when the boundaries between 
your private and professional life become blurred, is it time to walk away from social networking?  
Many young people entering professions such as teaching or youth work are “guided” towards leaving networking sites 
because of concerns that younger people under theirsupervision could easily find them online. In professions like these, 
concerned as they are with the boundaries of decency between adults and children, the risk of using such sites can be high.  
For the majority of us, perhaps it is not a case ofending your relationship with social networking, but instead simply time 
to “clean up” your account. Deleting those drunken photos, and removing the “What serial killer are you?” application takes 
little effort and could spell the difference between getting your dream job and not.  
There’s also no reason why potential employers won’t be impressed by your ability to have an active social life as well 
keep up with work. Despite this, however, in a world where first impressions count, being a member of a social networking site 
leaves you open to being judged by other people, but the vast benefits of membership shouldn’t be overlooked either.  
In the transition from student to graduate, stayingin touch seems more important than ever, and thesesites offer an 
efficient tool for communicating in an information-hungry world. Perhaps the key to successful social networking is an 
awareness of your surroundings and how your actionsaffect these … without forgetting to have a bit offun along the way. 

【題組】39. Why is Philip Clarke mentioned in the article?
(A) To show the risks of high-profile careers.
(B) As a way to remind people to watch out for their co-workers.
(C) To advocate the importance of having socialnetworking sites.
(D) As an example of how social networking site s can jeopardize careers.

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答案:D
難度:簡單

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60. They are trying to ______ the risk as much as they can by making a more thorough investigation of the market.
(A) minimize
(B) harmonize
(C) summarize
(D) jeopardize

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答案:A
難度:適中