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      GMAT高频词汇汇总

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      备考GMAT词汇的过程中,大家可以从高频词汇入手,这样能够帮助大家更高效的来备考。

      备考GMAT词汇的过程中,大家可以从高频词汇入手,这样能够帮助大家更高效的来备考。本文汇总了这些高频词汇,供大家参考练习。

         Abase – to humiliate, degrade 

        Abash – to bewilder, confound 

        Abate – to remove, lessen 

        Abdicate - to forsake, give up 

        Aberration – deviation 

        Abeyance – inactivity 

        Abhor – to detest, hate 

        Abject – degraded, miserable 

        Abjure – to recant, revoke 

        Abnegate – to deny, denounce 

        Abominate – to dislike 

        Abort – to be unsuccessful, fail to develop 

        Abrade – to scrape out 

        Abrogate – to abolish 

        Abscond – to bolt, decamp, flee

         Absolve – to pardon 

        Abstemious – eating or drinking sparingly 

        Abstract – summary 

        Abstruse – profound, hidden, hard to under-stand

        Accede - to consent 

        Accessory – accomplice 

        Acclivity – incline rising slope 

        Accolade – honor, award

       Accord – to grant, allow 

        Accost – to greet aggressively 

        Accretion – adhesion, concretion 

        Accrue – to accumulate 

        Acerbity – sharpness, bitterness 

        Acme – summit, peak 

        Acolyte – attendant, helper 

        Acrimonious – sharp, acrid 

        Actuate – to put into action 

        Adamant – immovable 

        Adduce – to give as proof 

        Adjudicate – to decide (a case) 

        Adjunct – auxiliary, appendage 

        Adjure – to state on oath 

        Admonish – to caution, warn 

        Adroit – skillful, clever 

        Adulation – flattery 

        Adulterate – to corrupt, contaminate 

        Advent – coming 

        Adventitious – accidental 

        Advocate – counsel, defender 

        Aegis – protection 

        Aesthetic – pertaining to beauty 

        Affability – politeness, courtesy 

        Affinity – relation, alliance 

        Affluence – wealth 

        Aggrandize – to increase in power 

        Agnostic – one who doubts the existence of God 

        Agrarian – relating to farming 

        Alacrity – willingness, agility 

        Albeit – although 

        Alchemy – chemistry of the middle ages 

        Alimentary – supplying food 

        Allay – to soothe, calm 

        Allegory – parable, fable 

      Allocate – to distribute 

       Allude – to insinuate, refer 

        Altercation – quarrel 

        Alternation - recurrence, succession 

        Altruism – unselfish devotion 

        Amalgamate – to combine, unite 

        Ambidextrous – using both hands equally well 

        Ameliorate - to amend, improve 

        Amenable – responsible, liable 

        Amenity – pleasantness 

        Amiable – pleasing, loving 

        Amorphous – shapeless 

        Anachronism – something misplaced in time 

        Analogy – similarity, affinity 

        Anarchy – absence of government 

        Anathema – ban, curse 

        Anchorite – hermit 

        Ancillary – subordinate 

        Anecdote – tale, story 

        Animate – to inspire, encourage 

        Animosity – enmity, hatred 

        Annals – historical accounts 

        Anneal – to heat glass, metal, etc. 

        Annotator – commentator 

        Anomaly – abnormality, deviation 

        Antagonist – opponent 

        Antecede – to come before (in time or place) 

        Antedate – to assign a date earlier than the actual one 

        Anterior - front 

        Antimacassar – cover used to protect furniture 

        Antipathy – aversion, dislike 

        Antithesis – contrast, direct opposite 

        Aperture – opening 

        Apex – highest point 

        Aphorism – saying, adage 

        Apiary – place where bees are kept 

        Aplomb – self-confidence

       Apochryphal – of questionable authenticity 

        Apogee – farthest orbit point from the earth 

        Apoplexy – sudden loss of consciousness 

        Apostasy – abandoning of faith 

        Apothecary – druggist 

        Apothegm – short, pithy statement 

        Appall – to terrify, shock 

        Appellation – name, title 

        Apposite – suitable, appropriate 

        Apprise – to inform 

        Approbation – approval, consent 

        Arbiter – arbitrator, judge 

        Archaic – no longer used 

        Archipelago – chain of island 

        Archives – place where records are kept 

        Arduous – difficult 

        Argot – slang 

        Array – rank, order, finery 

        Arrears – in debt 

        Articulate – to speak or write clearly 

        Artifice – mastery, trickery 

        Asperity – acrimony, harshness 

        Aspersion – slander, false accusation 

        Assay – to analyze chemically 

        Asseverate- to state positively 

        Assiduity – care, diligence 

        Assimilate - to absorb

        Assuage – to pacify, calm 

        Astral – starry 

        Astringent – contracting (tissues), severe 

        Astute – shrewd 

        Atheist – one who denies the existence of God 

        Atrophy – to waste away, deteriorate 

        Attenuate – to weaken 

        Attrition – a wearing away, weakening 

        Audacious – bold

       Augment – to increase 

        Augur – to predict 

        August – majestic, noble 

        Auspice – protection 

        Auspicious – fortunate, favorable 

        Austere – rigid, severe 

        Authoritative – powerful, commanding 

        Autocratic – arrogant, dictatorial 

        Autonomy – self-government 

        Auxiliary – assistant, helping 

        Avarice – greed, cupidity 

        Aver – assert 

        Averse – unwilling 

        Aviary – place where birds are kept 

        Avidity – eagerness 

        Avoirdupois – weight 

        Avow – declare 

        Awry – crooked, bent 

        Axiomatic – principle accepted as self-evident  

        Badger – to harass, nag 

        Badinage – banter 

        Baleful – harmful, evil 

        Balm – something that soothes 

        Banal – meaningless, commonplace 

        Bandy – to exchange (word) 

        Band – cause of harm 

        Barrister – court lawyer 

        Bedizen – to dress in a gaudy, vulgar manner 

        Beguile – to deceive 

        Belabor – to attack verbally, drag out 

        Bellicose – warlike 

        Beneficient – liberal, kind 

        Benign – gentle, mild 

        Berate – to scold 

        Bereft – bereaved, deprived of

       Bestial – savage 

        Bestride – to mount 

        Bicameral – having two legislative chambers

         Biennial - every two years

         Bilious – bad-tempered 

        Biped – two-footed animal 

        Bivouac – encampment 

        Bland – mild 

        Blasé – indifferent 

        Blasphemy – profane abuse of anything sacred 

        Blatant – noisy, vociferous 

        Blazon – to adorn, proclaim 

        Bluster – to swagger, boast 

        Bogus – counterfeit 

        Boisterous – violent, furious 

        Bombast – pompous speech 

        Botch – to ruin 

        Bounty – generosity 

        Bourgeois – middle class 

        Bovine – ox or cow 

        Brandish – to wave menacingly 

        Bravado – pretense of bravery 

        Breech – lower part of the body

         Brigand – robber, bandit 

        Broach – to start a discussion 

        Browbeat – to intimidate 

        Brusque – abrupt in manner 

        Bucolic – rustic 

        Buffoon – clown 

        Buoyancy – lightness, animation 

        Bureaucracy – government of specialized functions and hierarchy of officials 

        Burgeon – bud, sprout 

        Burnish – to polish 

        Butte – hill 

        Buttress – prop, protuberance

      Cabal – intrigue, faction 

        Cache – hiding place 

        Cacophony – harsh sound 

        Cadence – measured movement 

        Cajole – to coax, flatter 

        Caldron – kettle 

        Calligraphy – penmanship 

        Callous – hard, obdurate 

        Callow – unfledged 

        Calumny – slander, defamation 

        Canard – hoax 

        Canker – ulcer 

        Cant – tilt, whining speech 

        Cantilever – supporting bracket 

        Canvass – to make a survey, solicit 

        Capacious – roomy, ample 

        Caper – frolic, mischievous act 

        Capitulate – to surrender 

        Caprice – whim, fancy 

        Captious – touchy, cross 

        Captivate – to charm, fascinate 

        Carnage – slaughter, massacre 

        Carnivorous – flesh-eating 

        Carom – rebound 

        Carp – to complain constantly 

        Carrion – decaying flesh 

        Castigate – to punish 

        Casuistry – false reasoning 

        Cataclysm – violent change or upheaval 

        Catalyst – agent of change 

        Cathartic – purifying 

       

       

       

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