TOEIC英・英単語 C-4

concurrence /kənkə':rəns/ n. agreement
concurrent /kənkə':rənt/ adj. occurring or acting together
condition /kəndíʃən/ n. the state of something; a requirement
condition /kəndíʃən/ v. to train; to accustom; to adapt; to stipulate; to prepare
condolence /kəndóuləns/ n. expression of sympathy with a person in pain, sorrow, or misfortune
conducive /kənd(j)ú:siv/ adj. contributing to an end
conduct /kɑ'ndʌkt/ n. one's behavior
conduct /kɑ'ndʌkt/ v. to hold, to take place, to behave
confer /kənfə':r/ v. to bestow
conference /kɑ'nf(ə)rəns/ n. meeting; seminar; convention
confidence /kɑ'nfədəns/ n. a belief in one's abilities, self-esteem
confident /kɑ'nfədənt/ adj. certain; sure of oneself; composed
confidential /kɑ`nfədénʃəl/ adj. classified; secret; strictly private
confinement /kənfáinmənt/ n. restriction within limits or boundaries
confirm /kənfə':rm/ v. to validate
confirmation /kɑ`nfərméiʃən/ n. formal approval; proof; verification; religious ceremony
confiscate /kɑ'nfəskèit/ v. to appropriate (private property) as forfeited to the public use or treasury
conform /kənfɔ':rm/ v. to match specifications or qualities
conformity /kənfɔ':rməti/ n. correspondence in form, manner, or use
confront /kənfrʌ'nt/ v. to encounter, as difficulties or obstacles
confuse /kənfjú:z/ v. to embarrass; to mix up; to muddle up; to bewilder; to startle
confusion /kənfjú:ʒən/ n. disorder; embarrassment; bewilderment
congruent /kɑ'ŋgruənt/ adj. identical; corresponding; in agreement; harmonious
conjunction /kənʤʌ'ŋkʃən/ n. connection; link; uniting; joining
conjure /kɑ'nʤər/ v. to appeal; to summon; to invoke; to implore
connote /kənóut/ v. to imply; to suggest; to hint
conquer /kɑ'ŋkər/ v. to overcome by force
conscience /kɑ'nʃəns/ n. the faculty in man by which he distinguishes between right and wrong in character and conduct
conscientious /kɑ`nʃiénʃəs/ adj. careful; wanting to do what is right
conscientiously /kɑ`:n(t)ʃién(t)ʃəsli/ adv. dutifully; with care; thoroughly
conscious /kɑ'nʃəs/ adj. aware; awake; attentive
consciously /kɑ':n(t)ʃəsli/ adv. knowingly; with awareness
consciousness /kɑ'nʃəsnis/ n. awareness; cognition; ability to perceive
consecutive /kənsékjutiv/ adj. sequential; following one after another
consensus /kənsénsəs/ n. a collective unanimous opinion of a number of persons
consequence /kɑ'nsəkwèns/ n. that which follows necessarily
consequently /kɑ'nsəkwèntli/ adv. as a result; therefore
conservative /kənsə':rvətiv/ adj. cautious, restrained
conservative /kənsə':rvətiv/ n. person who is resistant to change; person who favors traditional political parties
conserve /kənsə':rv/ n. marmalade; jam
conserve /kənsə':rv/ v. to protect; to guard from harm
consider /kənsídər/ v. to think about carefully
consideration /kənsìdəréiʃən/ n. payment; thoughtfulness; respectfulness; careful attention
considering /kənsídəriŋ/ prep. taking into account; in light of
consign /kənsáin / v. to entrust.
consignment /kənsáinmənt/ n. delivery; dispatch; conveyance
consist /kənsíst/ v. to be composed of; to be made up of
consistency /kənsístənsi/ n. material coherence; firmness; persistence; steadfastness
consistent /kənsístənt/ adj. coherent; steadfast; firm
consistently /kənsíst(ə)ntli/ adv. regularly; persistently; steadily; stably
console /kənsóul/ v. to comfort
consolidate /kənsɑ'lədèit/ v. to combine into one body or system
consortium /kənsɔ':rʃiəm/ n. partnership; association
conspicuous /kənspíkjuəs/ adj. clearly visible
conspire /kənspáiər/ v. to plot
constant /kɑ'nstənt/ adj. firm; faithful; persistent; unbending; adamant
constant /kɑ'nstənt/ n. number with a fixed value; factor
constantly /kɑ'nstəntli/ adj. on a continual basis, happening all the time
constituency /kənstíʧuənsi/ n. the inhabitants or voters in a district represented in a legislative body
constitute /kɑ'nstət(j)ù:t/ n. to be the elements or parts of
constrain /kənstréin/ v. to compel; to reinforce; to oblige; to coerce
constraint /kənstréint/ n. restriction; force; limitation; limit
construction /kənstrʌ'kʃən/ n. building; structure; the industry of erecting buildings
construe /kənstrú:/ v. to interpret; to see; to perceive
consul /kɑ'nsəl/ n. an officer appointed to reside in a foreign city, chiefly to represent his country
consult /kənsʌ'lt/ v. to seek advice or information of
consultancy /kənsʌ'lt(ə)nsi/ n. the practice of giving expert advice within a particular field
consultant /kənsʌ'lt(ə)nt/ n. advisor (adviser); counselor; coach; person who gives professional advice
consume /kənsú:m/ v. to absorb; to use up
consumer /kənsú:mər/ n. buyer; client
consumption /kənsʌ'mpʃən/ n. using up
contact /kɑ'ntækt/ n. link; connection; touch; interface
contact /kɑ'ntækt/ v. to get in touch with
contagious /kəntéiʤəs/ adj. transmitting disease
contain /kəntéin/ v. to include; to hold back; to restrain; to keep under control
contaminate /kəntæ'mənèit/ v. to pollute
contemplate /kɑ'ntəmplèit/ v. to consider thoughtfully
contemporary /kəntémpərèri/ adj. modern; current
contemporary /kəntémpərèri/ n. person living at about the same time as another person
contemptible /kəntémptəbl/ adj. worthy of scorn or disdain
content /kəntént/ adj. satisfied; pleased
content /kəntént/ n. substance; component; all that is inside of something
content /kəntént/ v. to satisfy; to please; to meet a request
contest /kɑ'ntest/ n. competition
contest /kɑ'ntest/ v. to fight for; to challenge; to appeal
context /kɑ'ntekst/ n. connection; overall situation; background
contiguous /kəntígjuəs/ adj. touching or joining at the edge or boundary
contingency /kəntínʤənsi / n. possibility of happening.
contingent /kəntínʤənt / adj. not predictable.
continue /kəntínju:/ v. to maintain without interruption
continuity /kɑ`ntən(j)ú:əti/ n. stability; consistency; continuousness; unbroken succession
continuous /kəntínjuəs/ adj. successive; uninterrupted; permanent
contract /kɑ'ntrækt/ n. agreement; pact; deal
contract /kɑ'ntrækt/ v. to create a formal agreement; to bind legally; to obtain
contractor /kɑ'ntræktər/ n. person or company that does a particular job or assignment
contradiction /kɑ`ntrədíkʃən/ n. the assertion of the opposite of that which has been said
contradictory /kɑ`ntrədíktəri/ adj. inconsistent with itself
contrary /kɑ'ntreri/ adj. opposed
contrary /kɑ'ntreri/ adv. in opposition; against; counter
contrary /kɑ'ntreri/ n. something which is opposite

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