TOEIC英・英単語 D-2

deposit /dipɑ'zit/ n. sum of money that has been put in a bank for safekeeping; partial payment; pledge
deposit /dipɑ'zit/ v. to put a sum of money in a bank for safekeeping; to pay in part; to set down
depreciate /diprí:ʃièit/ v. to lessen the worth of
depreciation /diprì:ʃiéiʃən/ n. a lowering in value or an underrating in worth
depress /diprés/ v. to press down
depression /dipréʃən/ n. a falling of the spirits
depth /dépθ/ n. deepness
deregulation /dì:regjəléiʃ(ə)n/ n. transferal of ownership from government to private hands; privatization
derive /diráiv/ v. to deduce, as from a premise
descendant /diséndənt/ n. one who is descended lineally from another, as a child, grandchild, etc
descent /disént/ n. the act of moving or going downward
describe /diskráib/ v. to illustrate; to explain; to characterize; to elucidate
description /diskrípʃən/ n. a representation in words or pictures
desert /dézərt/ v. to abandon without regard to the welfare of the abandoned
deserve /dizə':rv/ v. to be worthy of; to have a right to
design /dizáin/ n. plan; sketch; model; layout; structure
design /dizáin/ v. to create; to conceive; to produce; to conceptualize
designate /dézignèit/ v. to indicate or specify
desired /dizáiərd/ adj. wished or longed for
desk /désk/ n. office table
despair /dispéər/ n. utter hopelessness and despondency
desperate /désp(ə)rət/ adj. resorted to in a last extremity, or as if prompted by utter despair
despite /dispáit/ prep. notwithstanding
destination /dèstənéiʃən/ n. the place to which one is going or directed
destroy /distrɔ'i/ v. to demolish; to ruin; to destruct; to erase
destruction /distrʌ'kʃən/ n. ruin; desolation; annihilation
desultory /désəltɔ`:ri/ adj. not connected with what precedes
detail /ditéil/ n. item; piece of information; part of a whole
detail /ditéil/ v. to list; to describe; to specify; to assign
detailed /ditéild/ adj. itemized; marked by thoroughness in treating small items or parts
detect /ditékt/ v. to discover or ascertain
deter /ditə':r / v. to frighten away.
deteriorate /dití(ə)riərèit/ v. to grow worse
determination /ditə`:rmənéiʃən/ n. the act of deciding
determine /ditə':rmin/ v. to find out; to influence
develop /divéləp/ v. to expand, progress, or improve
developer /divéləpər/ n. person who creates something; chemical substance used in photography
development /divéləpmənt/ n. evolvement; gradual growth; evolution; maturation; progression
deviate /dí:vièit / v. to take a different course.
device /diváis/ n. apparatus; appliance; gadget; trick; scheme
devise /diváiz/ v. to plan; to invent; to design
diagnose /dáiəgnòus/ v. to recognize a disease; to analyze the nature of something
diagnosis /dàiəgnóusis/ n. determination of the distinctive nature of a disease
dial /dái(ə)l/ n. rotatable disk on a telephone
dial /dái(ə)l/ v. to press buttons; to place a phone call by pressing buttons
dialect /dáiəlèkt/ n. forms of speech collectively that are peculiar to the people of a particular district
dialogue /dáiəlɔ`:g/ n. a conversation between two or more persons
diary /dáiəri/ n. written account of daily events and occurrences; journal; daily calendar; log book; blog
dictate /díkteit/ n. ruling principle; command; decree
dictate /díkteit/ v. to say something aloud for someone to write down; to command; to order; to impose
diet /dáiət/ n. nourishment; nutrition; food and drink; regimen; weight loss plan
diet /dáiət/ v. to limit the amount of food eaten; to eat only certain kinds of food
dietician /dàiətíʃ(ə)n/ n. nutritionist; expert on nutrition
difference /díf(ə)rəns/ n. distinction; unusual quality; disagreement; remainder
different /díf(ə)rənt/ adj. not the same; unusual; distinctive
differentiate /dìfərénʃièit / v. to acquire a distinct and separate character.
difficult /dífikʌ`lt/ adj. hard; troublesome; complicated; complex
difficulty /dífikʌ`lti/ n. problem; challenge; hardship; trouble
diffident /dífədənt/ adj. affected or possessed with self-distrust
diffusion /difjú:ʒən/ n. dispersion
digital /díʤətl/ adj. using numbers; with numbers
dignity /dígnəti/ n. respected position; honor; nobility
dilemma /dilémə/ n. a situation in which a choice between opposing modes of conduct is necessary
diligence /díləʤəns/ n. careful and persevering effort to accomplish what is undertaken
diligent /díləʤənt/ adj. ambitious; industrious; hard-working
dimension /diménʃən/ n. a measure of width, height, or length
diplomacy /diplóuməsi/ n. tact, shrewdness, or skill in conducting any kind of negotiations or in social matters
diplomat /dípləmæ`t/ n. a representative of one sovereign state at the capital or court of another
diplomatic /dìpləmæ'tik/ adj. characterized by special tact in negotiations
direct /dirékt/ adj. straight; forthright; clear
direct /dirékt/ adv. clearly; in a straightforward manner
direct /dirékt/ v. to guide; to lead; to instruct; to manage; to supervise
direction /dirékʃən/ n. guidance; supervision; conducting; management
directly /diréktli/ adv. clearly; straight; frankly; immediately; soon
directly /diréktli/ conj. immediately following; the moment that; as soon as
director /diréktər/ n. boss; supervisor; manager; head
directory /dirékt(ə)ri/ n. guidebook; library; catalog
disagree /dìsəgrí:/ v. to have different opinions; to differ
disappear /dìsəpíər/ v. to go out of sight; to become extinct; to cease to exist; to vanish
disappoint /dìsəpɔ'int/ v. to fail to satisfy the hope, desire, or expectation of
disapprove /dìsəprú:v / v. to regard with blame.
disarm /disɑ':rm/ v. to deprive of weapons
discard /diskɑ':rd/ n. garbage; refuse; scrap
discard /diskɑ':rd/ v. to throw away; to get rid of
discern /disə':rn/ v. to distinguish; to perceive; to recognize; to discriminate
discipline /dísəplin/ n. training
disclaim /diskléim/ v. to deny connection with; to renounce; to repudiate; to disavow
disclaimer /diskléimər/ n. statement which denies responsibility or affiliation; repudiation; denial
discomfort /diskʌ'mfərt/ n. the state of being positively uncomfortable
disconnect /dìskənékt / v. to undo or dissolve the connection or association of.
discord /dískɔ:rd/ n. absence of harmoniousness
discount /dískaunt/ n. price reduction; rebate
discount /dískaunt/ v. to reduce the price of; to mark down; to ignore
discourage /diskə':riʤ/ v. to cause to lose heart; to deter; to dissuade; to show disapproval of; to derail
discouraged /diskʌ'riʤd/ adj. deprived of hope or confidence; dissuaded from
discouragement /diskə':riʤmənt/ n. derailment; feeling of despair in the face of obstacles
discover /diskʌ'vər/ v. to find out; to come across; to get information about something
discreet /diskrí:t/ adj. judicious
discrepancy /diskrépənsi/ n. a divergence or disagreement
discrepant /diskrépənt/ adj. opposite

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