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1. accustom to 習慣於
Professional chefs must become accustomed to criticism from picky customers.
專業廚師應該習慣挑剔客人的批評。
Chefs must accustom themselves to working at a fast pace.
廚師必頇養成快步調低工作。
2. acquire (v.) 獲得;學成
Buyers will travel around the world to acquire special finds for their museums.
買主會遊走世界為他們的博物館尋覓特別的收藏品。
That famous author acquired his writing skills as a young man living in New York.
那位著名的作者少年住在紐約時學成了寫作的技巧。
3. advanced (adj.) 先進的;高等的
With the advanced technology of the Internet, booking a hotel is easier than ever before.
因為有先進的網路科技,訂房比以前容易。
With his advanced position in management, Mark is responsible for supervising the entire customer service team.
馬克身為高階管理主管,必頇負責監督整個客服團隊。
4. agent (n.) 代理人;仲介人
My travel has put me on the waiting list for a flight to Mexico.
我聯絡的旅行業務將我列入飛墨西哥航班的等待名單上。
Rail passes are available through the ticket agent at the main station.
跟車站的售票員可以買到火車票。
5. allow (v.) 允許;准許
Some children will not allow doctors to look to inside their mouths.
有些孩子不肯張開嘴讓醫生檢查。
My health insurance does not allow for unnecessary procedures such as cosmetic.
我的健康醫療險沒有給付非必要的療程,例如美容手術。
6. alternative (adj.) 替代的;供選擇的
Private health care can be a more efficient alternative to public health care.
與全民健保相較,私人保險會是比較有效的替代選擇。
Alternative medicine, such as acupuncture, is not covered by health insurance.
健康保險並沒有給付替代的醫療措施,例如針灸。
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7. announcement (n.) 宣佈;通知;通知
I didn't hear that announcement. Did they call my flight?
我沒有聽到通知。他們是廣播我的班機嗎?
When a flight arrives, an announcement appears on the board.
一有班機抵達時,告示板上會出現通知。
8. appointment (n.) 約會;會面;任命
The receptionist schedules all the doctor's appointments twenty minutes apart.
接線員將醫生所有的預約排成為間隔二十分鐘。
I need to make an appointment with my doctor, because I have a sore throat.
我得跟我的醫生預約看診,因為我喉嚨痛。
9. arrive (v.) 抵達
We waited thirty-five minutes before our meal finally arrived.
我們等了三十五分鐘餐點才送來。
Stanley planned to arrive at the restaurant before Emily did.
史坦利打算在艾蜜麗到之前先到餐廳。
10. assignment (n.) 任務;功課 / (v.) 指派任務
Martin's next assignment is to cover the regional election campaign.
馬丁的下一個任務是報導地區選舉的宣傳活動。
Karen is away on assignment right now; would you like to leave a message?
凱倫現在因公外出,你想要留言嗎?
11. audience (n.) 聽眾;觀眾;讀者群
The audience cheered when the famous actor took center stage.
當知名演員上台時,觀眾一陣歡呼。
This actress is known for her intimate connection with the audience.
這個女演員以與觀眾親密互動聞名。
12. available (adj.) 可用的;可得的;空的
There are many kinds of music available on the market today.
在的市面上有很多不同類型的音樂。
Music is available on the radio and through the Internet so that you can listen before you buy.
你可以在電台和網路上聽到音樂,這樣一來你可以先聽在買。
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13. bear (v.) 忍受;經得起
I cannot beat the crowds at the shopping mall on a Saturday.
我無法忍受週末購物中心裡人山人海。
If you can bear with me for a moment, I would like to try on a few pairs of shoes.
如果你可以等我一下,我想要試試幾雙鞋子。
14. catch up (v.) 趕上,;更新資訊
It is difficult to catch up with the dentist when he has his hands in your mouth!
當牙醫的手在你的嘴巴裡時,很難和牙醫聊聊近況。
My dentist likes to spend a few minutes catching up with clients, to put them at ease.
我的牙醫喜歡花幾分鐘的時間和看診客人閒聊一下,讓他們放輕鬆。
15. charge (n.) 費用 / (v.) 索價
Please charge this purchase to my account.
這筆消費請從我的帳戶扣款。
If your order totals more than five hundred dollars, you will not have to pay the shipping charges.
如果你訂購的總價值超過五百元以上,就不需要支付運費。
16. check in (v.) 報到;到達登記
As soon as you enter the hotel, you may check in at the front desk.
你一到旅館,就可以跟櫃檯登記。
All seminar participants are asked to check in with hotel registration.
所有研究會的參加者被要求帶著旅館登錄報到。
17. choose (v.) 選擇;挑選
Many readers choose The New Yorker for its excellent fiction.
許多讀者選擇《紐約客》是因其傑出的故事。
Because of his scandalous reputation, voters did not choose him to be mayor.
選民沒有選他做市長是因為他聲名狼藉。
18. complete (v.) 使完整;完成
The right bottle of wine can really complete a meal.
選對紅酒可以讓這一頓用餐更為完美。
The bill arrived before we had completed our meal.
我們用餐完畢之前帳單就送來了。
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19. concern (n.) 擔心;掛念;關懷
Many patients complain that health insurance providers do not show concern for them.
許多病患抱怨,健保公司沒有對他們表示關心。
Long waiting lists for procedures, combined with high health-care costs, are of great concern to many people.
等待醫療的一長串名單,加上昂貴的醫療費用,都讓許多人極為擔心。
20. confirm (v.) 確認;證實
You should call the hotel before your trip to confirm a room reservation.
你旅行前應該打電話給旅館確認定房。
The hotel in Atlanta has just called to confirm your reservation for the fifteenth.
亞特蘭大的旅館剛剛打電話來確認你十五日的訂房。
21. contact (v.) 接觸;聯繫
Customers may contact any of our locations to inquire about car rentals.
客戶可與我們的任何服務據點聯繫租車事宜。
Many travel agents will offer to contact car rental agencies on their client's behalf.
許多旅行社會提供代客聯繫租車的服務。
22. crucial (adj.) 決定性的;重要的
It is crucial that we set aside one day per year for our product inventory.
我們每一年挪出一天盤點貨物是很重要的。
Your attendance at the annual inventory workday is crucial.
你出席年度盤點日事很重要的。
23. customer (n.) 顧客;買主
Our manager taught us that the customer is always right.
我們經理教我們顧客永遠是對的。
You will get more repeat customers if you keep a tidy store and have efficient salespeople.
如果你維持店內清潔,加上有效率的銷售人員,就可以贏得更多常客。
24. deal with (v.) 應付;處理
Flight attendants have to deal with problems quickly so that passengers remain calm.
空中小姐必頇明快處理問題,讓旅客可以保持帄靜。
Ticket agents often have to deal with rude and impatient customers.
票務代辦員經常要應付無理且缺乏耐心的客戶。
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25. decision (n.) 判斷;決定
The judge's controversial decision made front-page headlines today.
這名法官頗有爭議的裁決成為今日首日的頭條。
It was the editor's decision to put the photo on the cover of the magazine.
將照片放在雜誌封面是編輯的決定。
26. delay (v.) 耽擱;延期
Keep checking the board to see if his flight has been delayed.
持續查看告示板,看看他的班機是否耽擱了。
We had to delay our bus trip due to road conditions.
因為道路結冰的狀況,我們的公車之旅得延期。
27. delivery (n.) 交付;投遞;傳送
This pizza parlor offers free delivery on weeknights.
披薩店在工作日夜晚提供免費外送服務。
Will that be takeout or delivery?
那是外帶還是外送?
28. demand (v.) 要求;請求
Working as a chef demands a lot of energy.
身為廚師需要大量的精力。
Cooking fine foods demands a great deal of patience.
烹調出好吃的食物需要很有耐心。
29. description (n.) 描寫;敘述;形容
The movie did not match its description in the newspaper.
這部電影與報紙上描寫的不合。
By your description, one would expect the film to be a romantic comedy rather than a thriller.
根據你的描述,人們會期待這是一部浪漫喜劇而非恐怖片。
30. detect (v.) 發現;察覺
Many pharmacies sell equipment that is used to detect high blood pressure.
許多藥房有賣測量高血壓的儀器。
This test will detect if you are pregnant.
這個測試可以知道妳是否懷孕了。
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31. disappoint (v.) 失望;挫敗
If you wait too long to reserve a car for the long weekend, you may be disappointed.
如果你等了很久想要預約一輛車子在長週末使用,你可能要失望了。
Jenna was extremely disappointed to discover that no cars were available for rental.
珍娜非常失望地發現沒有車子可以租借。
32. discount (v.) 打折 / (n.) 折扣
These items will be discounted by ten percent next week.
這些商品下週將會打九折。
Mr. Clark is eligible for a fifteen percent discount because he is an employee of the company.
因為克拉克先生是這間公司的員工所以可以打八五折。
33. discrepancy (n.) 差異;不和諧;不同之處
Taking inventory will help us to find any discrepancies between our sales records and items left in stock.
盤點可以幫我們找出銷售紀錄與存貨數量不合之處。
The accountant has found a discrepancy between the accounts payable and the accounts receivable.
會計師發現應付款與應收款有不合之處。
34. distinguish (v.) 區別;辨認
It is difficult to distinguish between the different flight codes on the arrival board.
在抵達的告示板上很難區分不同航班的代碼。
Flight attendants learn how to distinguish between the many different accents of spoken English.
空服人員要學著區分英文的各種不同口音。
35. diversify (v.) 多樣化;增加(產品的品種)
Our head office has plans to diversify our product line.
我們總公司計畫要增加我們的產品。
This designer has diversified her line to suit a wider range of lifestyles and ages.
這名設計師增加產品多樣性,來迎合各種生活型態與不同年齡層的顧客需求。
36. divide (v.) 劃分;分享
Record stores divide music into several different listening categories.
唱片行將音樂劃分為幾種不同的聆聽範疇。
I prefer to divide my spare time between listening to great music and reading good
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我喜歡將我的空間時間一半花在聽好音樂一半用在讀好書。
37. effective (adj.) 有效的
This medicine that the doctor prescribed for me is very effective.
醫生為我開的藥非常有效。
My home remedy wasn't very effective and now I have a throat infection.
我服的家庭常備藥並不是很有效,現在我的喉嚨被感染了。
38. estimate (v.) 估計;評價 / (n.) 估價
The manager estimated that our sales would go up at least fifty percent over the Christmas season.
經理估計,整個聖誕季節我們可以提升至少百分之五十的業績。
The mechanic gave John an estimate of the total cost before servicing his car.
技工在修理約翰的車子之前,給了他總估價單。
39. excite (v.) 刺激;使興奮;使激動
Brenda was very excited about the prospect of going to the most popular restaurant in town.
布蘭達非常興奮期待要去鎮上最受歡迎的餐廳用餐。
The ambience and décor of Mexican restaurants always seem to excite her.
墨西哥餐廳的氣氛與裝潢似乎總能讓她興奮。
40. excursion (n.) 遠足;短途旅行
This has been a very pleasant and relaxing excursion.
這真是一趟非常愉快並使人放鬆的踏青活動。
My grandmother often goes on excursions planned specially for seniors.
我祖母經常參加特別為老年人舉辦的短途旅行。
41. expand (v.) 擴大;擴充;發展
This shopping center is expanding to include a restaurant and a movie theater.
購物中心正在增建一間餐館和一個電影院。
If you expand the waist of these pants by half an inch, they will fit perfectly.
如果你把這件褲子的腰身加大半吋,那就會非常合身。
42. expect (v.) 預料;預期
Joe expected his key to open his hotel room door.
喬期望他的鑰匙可以旅館房間的門。
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Donna expected the front desk to answer the phone when she called.
唐娜打電話的時候期待櫃檯會有人接。
43. expense (n.) 費用;開支
He claimed all of his flights as business expenses.
他堅持他的機票都該是由公司支出。
She went on a year-long tour of Europe, at great expense to her parents.
她到歐洲旅行一年,花了她父母很多錢。
44. experience (n.) 經驗;閱歷
Seeing that play performed live was an amazing experience.
看那齣戲的現場演出是很棒的經驗。
I would like my children to have the experience of seeing live theater.
我想要我的小孩有看現場演出的經驗。
45. extend (v.) 延伸;擴大;提供
The pilot and flight crew would like to extend a warm welcome to all of our passengers.
駕駛員與空服員都誠摯的歡迎所有的乘客。
Perhaps we should extend our vacation by a few days and stay longer.
或許我們應該把假期延長幾天,待久一點。
46. fall to (v.) 是…的責任
The job of ordering the staff lunch fell to the president's secretary.
訂購員工午餐是董事長秘書得責任。
The honor of choosing the restaurant fell to Susan, as it was her birthday.
蘇珊有選擇餐廳的榮幸,因為那天是她的生日。
47. general (adj.) 一般的;普遍的;非專業性的
In general, our events attract young people.
一般而言,我們的活動吸引的是年輕人。
We have a general idea of what to expect in terms of attendance.
關於出席率,我們大致上知道會是什麼結果。
48. identify (v.) 確認;識別
Please go to the nursery and identify your baby for the visitors.
請到育嬰室幫訪客辨識你的嬰兒。
The old woman said she could identify the newborn as her grandson by the shape of
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his nose.
老婦人說,他可以認出那位新生兒是她的孫子,憑的是孩子鼻子的形狀。
49. impact (n.) 衝擊;影響
It is amazing what an impact the media can have on the influential minds of the population.
媒體對大眾心理的衝擊之大令人驚訝。
The writer knew that his amazing story about the terrorist would have quite an impact on the readers.
作者知道自己那部關於恐怖份子的驚人小說對讀者有相當大的衝擊。
50. impress (v.) 給…極深的印象;使感動
Ingrid was impressed by the fast and efficient service of the restaurant staff.
餐館人員快速且有效率的服務讓英格麗印象深刻。
If you want to impress your customers, make sure that you restaurant is clean, you service prompt, and your food fantastic.
如果你想要讓你的顧客印象深刻,得確定你的餐館是乾淨的、服務是迅速的,而且食物是美味的。
51. intend (v.) 想要;打算
I intend to drive from New York to Los Angeles.
我打算從紐約開車到洛杉磯。
Chris intended to drop the car off at a Los Angeles rental location when he arrived.
克里斯打算在抵達後就在洛杉磯的租車點把車歸還。
52. inventory (n.) 存貨;存貨清單
The inventory in this store consists mostly of items that would appeal to teenaged girls.
這間商店的庫存大致上都是會吸引少女的品項。
We need to notify customers that the store will be closed on Saturday so that we can take inventory of our stock.
我們需要通知客戶商店週六休業一天,這樣我們可以盤點我們的庫存。
53. item (n.) 項目;品目;條款;細目
Excuse me, is there any particular item that you are looking for?
對不起,你有特別在找什麼東西嗎?
If you have fewer than eight items to purchase, you can use the express line.
如果你買的物品少於八項,你可以使快速列結帳。
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54. lead time 前製期
The lead time on the charity fundraising concert is just three months.
慈善募款音樂會的前製時間只有三個月。
Event organizers are complaining that they haven't been given enough lead time to prepare.
活動籌畫者抱怨他們沒有足夠的前製期來準備。
55. limit (n.) 限度;限制;極限
There is a limit to how many times your prescription can be refilled.
你的處方配藥次數是有限制的。
Daily dosage limits are clearly stated on the label of most medications.
每日的劑量限制清楚地列在大多數藥物的標籤上。
56. maintain (v.) 使繼續;支持
We need to maintain an attractive window display in order to draw customers in to our store.
我們需要維持一個吸引力的櫥窗展示,以吸引客戶進入店內。
Jill has been maintaining two separate locations of the same store for over a year.
卲兒經營同一家店的兩個不同點已經超過一年的時間。
57. mandatory (adj.) 命令的;義務的
There is a mandatory ten percent down on all layaway items.
所有分期付款的品項一律要付百分之十的頭期款。
There is a mandatory credit check on any financing arrangement at our furniture store.
在我們傢俱店所有財務往來我們都必頇做信用測驗。
58. mistake (n.) 錯誤;誤解
The customer claims that a mistake was made in the calculation of his invoice.
客戶指稱,他的貨車有一處計算錯誤。
It was a big mistake to assume that the items would still be on sale this week.
以為這些品項本週還在促銷真是個大錯特錯。
59. multiple (adj.) 許多部分組成的;復合的;多樣的
This popular restaurant has multiple locations all over town.
這家廣受歡迎的餐廳在整個鎮上有許多據點。
We asked that the multiple orders be combined in one bill.
我們要求把各類訂貨在同一張帳單上。
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60. on hand 在手邊;出席
It's a good idea to keep extra stock on hand in case sale items are more popular than you anticipate.
手邊多留一些存貨是個好主意,以防銷售商品比你預期的還受歡迎。
I will be on hand Saturday if you need extra help with the inventory.
如果你需要更多人幫忙清點庫存,我週六會出席。
61. order ( n.) 訂單;訂貨 / (v.) 命令;指揮
Your order is ready at the customer service desk if you would like to come and pick it up.
您訂購的物品已經裝妥放在客服櫃檯,如果你願意的話可以過來拿。
Please order me a large coffee with extra milk and no sugar.
請幫我點一杯大杯咖啡二分牛奶不加糖。
62. perform (v.) 演出;執行
Many actors prefer the intimacy of performing live for an audience.
許多演員比較喜歡現場演出時與觀眾的密切互動。
The theater group performed the play for eight weeks in a row.
這劇團一連表演了八週。
63. personnel (n.) (總稱) 人員;員工
Many health-care personnel are heavily involved in matters of ethics.
許多健保的人員嚴重涉及道德問題。
The office personnel consulted their manager whenever they needed to take time off.
辦公室人員需要休息的時候就會與他們經理商量。
64. pick up (v.) 收拾;拾起;獲得
The president offered to pick up our lunch order on his way back to the office.
董事長主動說他回辦公室的路上會幫我們買午餐。
We can have two pizzas for the price of one if we pick them up instead of having them delivered.
如果我們自己去拿披薩而非等外送,兩塊披薩只算一塊價。
65. plan (v.) 計畫;打算
We plan to invite the governor to give a speech during opening ceremonies.
我們打算邀請政府官員在開幕典禮時致詞。
If we plan far enough in advance, we will have plenty of time to make changes.
如果我們很早就開始計畫,就會有足夠的時間做更動。
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66. policy (n.) 政策;方針;策略
According to company policy, employees must adhere to a strict dress code.
根據公司的政策,員工必頇遵守嚴格的衣著規定。
It is company policy to offer time off in lieu of overtime pay.
公司的政策是以休假代替加班費。
67. position (n.) 恰當的位置
My mouth was stretched and held in an awkward position throughout the dental procedure.
在整個牙醫診療的過程中,我的嘴巴一直大口張著,維持在很不舒服的位置不動。
The dental chair held my head in the perfect position to expose my teeth to the light.
牙醫的診療椅讓我的頭維持在絕佳的姿勢,將我的牙齒露在燈光下。
68. potential (adj.) 潛在的;可能的
Most medicines pose a potential danger to children and so they are contained in bottles with childproof caps.
大部分的藥物對孩童都有潛在的危險,所以藥罐的瓶蓋都有防止孩童開啟的功能。
There is a high potential for heart disease in people who eat too much fatty food.
吃太多油膩食物的人是心臟病的高潛在危險群。
69. predict (v.) 預言;預料
I predict that restaurant will be voted the best in town by that food critic.
我預測這間餐館會被美食評鑑論家選為鎮上最好的餐館。
Glenda was not able to predict what Mark would order just by looking at him.
葛蓮妲無法預知馬克會點什麼,只能看著他。
70. prefer (v.) 更喜歡;寧願
Do you prefer listening to jazz or dancing to Latin music?
你比較喜歡聽爵士樂還是隨著拉丁音樂而起舞嗎?
My father prefers country-and-western music over every other type.
我父親喜歡西部鄉村音樂勝過其他類型的音樂。
71. profession (n.) 專業;職業
Cooking is a profession that takes a lot of talent and training.
烹飪是需要天分與訓練的專業。
Not everyone can take up cooking as a profession; it takes a lot of skill.
不是每個人都可以把烹飪當作職業,那需要很多技巧。
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72. range (n.) (知識等的) 範圍;領域
This movie will appeal to a wide range of ages, from children to seniors.
這部電影訴求廣大的年齡層,從小到大人。
That movie makes audiences experience a startling range of emotions.
那部電影讓觀眾在情緒上經歷極大的震驚。
73. rate (n.) 費用;價格
The room rate for this hotel is about thirty percent lower than the others in its class.
這間旅館房間的價格跟同等級的其他旅館相比大約低了百分之三十。
The rates for hotels in the gambling district are considerably lower than the rest.
賭博區的旅館屋價比其他地區低了許多。
74. reason ( n.) 理由;原因;動機
The reason for music's popularity is its ability to speak to all people.
音樂受到歡迎的原因是其可與所有人對話的能力。
I don't understand his reason for liking that horrible-sounding music.
我不瞭解他喜歡那種恐怖噪音音樂的原因。
75. record (n.) 紀錄;挑戰
According to our records, you haven't been to the doctor in two years!
根據我們的紀錄,你已經有兩年沒看醫生了。
Every patient's medical records are kept in a confidential file in the doctor's office.
每個病人的病例都被保存在醫生辦公室的機密檔案櫃裡。
76. reflection (n.) 反射;映像;倒影
When Brian finished cleaning the window, he could see his reflection in it.
布萊恩清洗完窗戶後,可以在窗戶上看見自己的倒影。
Sue studied her reflection in the mirror, looking for signs of fatigue and stress.
蘇研究著自己鏡中的影像,尋找著疲憊與壓力的痕跡。
77. release (v.) 發行;發表
The producer will wait until the summer to release his new blockbuster.
製作人會等到夏天才發行他的最新鉅片。
Star Wars fans were very happy when the latest episode was finally released.
星際大戰最後一部終於上映時,影迷們都非常開心。
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78. remote (adj.) 偏僻的
The train traveled through a tunnel in the mountain to a remote valley on the other side.
火車駛入一個山洞,到了山的另一邊一個偏僻的村莊。
There are train stations at hundreds of remote locations along the route.
這條火車路沿線有數百個地點偏遠的站。
79. result (n.) 結果;成果
If you drink too much, you may end up in the hospital as a result.
如果你喝太多的話,你最後可能會進醫院。
Your test results show that you are suffering from low blood sugar.
你的檢查報告顯示你的低血壓。
80. review (n.) 評論 / (v.)寫評論;重新討論
The newspaper critic was very generous in his review of the play.
影評人對這齣戲的評論非常寬厚。
Many performers refuse to read reviews of their acting until the play has finished its run.
許多表演者在演出結束前,拒絕閱讀有關自己表演的評論。
81. run (v.) 運轉;進行
Don't forget that you left your engine running outside. You might run out of fuel.
不要忘了你外面車子的引擎還開著。你可能會用光汽油。
Olivia has agreed to run the business for her bother while he is on vacation
奧利維雅答應哥哥在他渡假時會幫他經營生意。
82. salary (n.) 薪資;薪水
I am on salary; I am paid by the month rather than by the hour.
我有領薪水,我是領月薪而分時薪。
Ellen received an increase in salary after twelve months on the job.
愛倫在工作十二個月以後獲得加薪。
83. secure (v.) 獲得;使安全
We need to secure a table at the café before it gets too busy.
我們得在咖啡廳人多之前設法弄到一張桌子。
Walter planned a party to celebrate securing the contract.
華爾特計畫辦個派對慶祝拿下合約。
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84. sell out (v.) 售光;銷售一空 / sellout (n.) 售光;銷售一空
Neil Simon's plays always sell out within a few hours of the ticket booth opening.
爾‧西蒙的戲劇總是在售票後的幾個小時內就銷售一空。
If the play receives enough exposure in the media, it should be a sellout.
這齣戲在媒體有足夠的曝光機會,票應該會有銷售一空的票房。
85. sense (n.) 辨別力;理智
If you had any sense, you would stop smoking right now!
如果你有理智的話,你現在就會停止抽菸。
The pharmacist had a sense of what was wrong even before I told him my symptoms.
當我告訴藥劑師我的徵狀前,他就已經知道哪裡出了問題。
86. service (n.) 服務;招待
This hotel has a laundry service for your convenience.
這家旅館為方便旅客有提供洗衣服務。
Hotel room service is available twenty-four hours a day so that you can order food at any time.
旅館的客房服務是一天二十四小時的,所以你任何時候都可點餐。
87. ship (v.) 運送;寄送
Can you ship that order to our James Street location please?
能否請你將那件訂單的貨寄送到我們位於詹姆士街的店?
When Dana was visiting Thailand, she bought some artwork and shipped it home to England.
唐娜在泰國玩的時候買了一些藝術品後將它寄回英國家裡。
88. site (n.) 地點;場所
The event site has been cleared in preparation for our set-up.
活動地點已經清場,正在準備佈置。
We need a large, flat outdoor site to accommodate our seating arrangement.
需要一個廣大、帄坦的戶外場地才能符合我們座位的安排。
89. smooth (adj.) (事情) 進行順利的;圓滑的
With your help and guidance, we were able to make a smooth transition from family restaurant to elegant dining establishment.
有了你的幫助與指導,我們才可以順利的從一間家庭式餐廳轉型成高級餐廳。
His smooth way of talking is what makes him such a convincing salesman.
靠著他圓滑的說話方式使他成為一個這麼有說服力的業務。
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90. source (n.) 根源;來源
Mexico is a great source of sterling silver for our jewelry manufacturer.
墨西哥是珠寶產業豐富的純銀來源。
We need to find a cheaper and more convenient source for our office supplies.
我們得找另一家更便宜又更方便的供應商補給辦公室用品。
91. stage (v.) 上演;籌劃;舉行
This is our city's first time staging this event.
這是我們城市第一次舉辦這種活動。
Summer is the prefect season in witch to stage many types of outdoor festivals.
夏天是籌劃各種戶外節慶活動的好時節。
92. statement (n.) (銀行等的) 帳單;報告;記載
The hospital will mail your statement directly to your home address.
醫院會直接將你的報告寄到你家的地址去。
Please refer to your statement for a breakdown of hospital fees.
請參考醫院對帳單上的條列明細。
93. stationery (n.) 文具;信紙
If I run out of stationery, I won't be able to write any one letters.
如果我信紙用完了,就無法再寫信了。
My personalized stationery features a blue background with an ivy-leaf border.
我個人化的文具有藍色的背景、藤蔓葉邊框。
94. suggestion (n.) 建議;提議
If I may give a suggestion, why do

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