TOEIC英・英単語 E-1

eager /í:gər/ adj. strongly desiring; keen; fervently interested
earn /ə':rn/ v. to receive as a result of work or other service performed; to profit; to be eligible; to be worthy
earnest /ə':rnist/ adj. serious; sober; sincere; fervent; eager
earnest /ə':rnist/ n. seriousness; industriousness
earnings /ə:r'niŋz/ n. money gained; salary; revenue; profit; income
easy /í:zi/ adj. mild; slight; comfortable; simple
easy /í:zi/ adv. comfortably; without great difficulty or effort
eccentric /ikséntrik/ adj. peculiar
economical /èkənɑ'mikəl/ adj. intended to save money, time, or effort
economize /ikɑ'nəmàiz/ v. to save; to cut back; to be thrifty; to be frugal
economy /ikɑ'nəmi/ n. management of resources (i.e. money, goods, etc.); thrift; careful spending
edge /éʤ/ adj. at or constituting a place where two surfaces meet
edge /éʤ/ n. line at which a surface ends; thin sharp side of a blade; excitement
edge /éʤ/ v. to sharpen; to provide with a border; to advance gradually or furtively
edible /édəbl/ adj. suitable to be eaten
edit /édit/ v. to revise; to alter; to make changes and corrections prior to printing
editor /édətər/ n. person or organization that prepares printed matter for publication
editorial /èdətɔ':riəl/ n. an article in a periodical written by the editor and published as an official argument
education /èʤukéiʃən/ n. learning; instruction; imparting of knowledge; upbringing
effect /ifékt/ n. result; outcome; impact; trick; natural phenomenon
effect /ifékt/ v. to accomplish; to put into action; to execute; to do
effective /iféktiv/ adj. producing the desired effect; being in effect
efficiency /ifíʃənsi/ n. the state of possessing adequate skill or knowledge for the performance of a duty
efficient /ifíʃənt/ adj. done without waste (of time, resources, etc.)
effort /éfərt/ n. physical or mental exertion; labor; attempt; organized operation
effusive /ifjú:siv/ adj. overflowing; unreserved; unrestrained; exuberant
either /í:ðər/ adj. one of two
either /í:ðər/ adv. also; too; as well
either /í:ðər/ conj. precedes two or more coordinate words or phrases
eject /iʤékt/ v. to expel
elaborate /ilæ'bərət/ adj. detailed; complicated; carefully planned; worked out in great detail
elaborate /ilæ'bərət/ v. to provide additional details; to plan carefully and with great detail; to produce; to develop
elaboration /ilæ`bəréiʃən/ n. painstaking labor; careful planning; adding of extra details; act of improving; production
elect /ilékt/ adj. chosen for office but net yet formally installed
elect /ilékt/ v. to choose; to vote for; to prefer; to decide
election /ilékʃən/ n. choosing; time when people vote for a political candidate
electrician /ilektríʃən/ n. person who installs or maintains wiring systems
elegant /éligənt/ adj. exhibiting refined, tasteful beauty
element /éləmənt/ n. fundamental or essential constituent
elemental /èləméntl/ adj. simple; basic
elementary /èləmént(ə)ri/ adj. basic; fundamental
elevation /èləvéiʃən/ n. height of something; altitude above sea or ground level; raising; lifting up; grandeur
elevator /éləvèitər/ n. lift; mechanical apparatus for moving people or items from floor to floor within a building
elicit /ilísit/ v. to extract from; to bring out; to draw out
eligible /éliʤəbl/ adj. able to participate in something; qualified
eliminate /ilímənèit/ v. to remove; to get rid of
eloquent /éləkwənt/ adj. having the ability to express emotion or feeling in lofty and impassioned speech
elucidate /ilú:sədèit/ v. to explain; to clarify; to describe; to depict
elude /ilú:d/ v. to avoid; to escape; to shrink
embargo /imbɑ':rgou / n. authoritative stoppage of foreign commerce or of any special trade.
embark /imbɑ':rk/ v. to go onboard a flight or ship; to begin
embarrass /imbæ'rəs/ v. to render flustered or agitated
emblem /émbləm / n. a symbol.
embody /imbɑ'di/ v. to express, formulate, or exemplify in a concrete, compact or visible form
embrace /imbréis/ n. hug; act of wrapping one's arms around another person or thing
embrace /imbréis/ v. to accept; to belief; to hug; to hold tight
emerge /imə':rʤ/ v. to appear; to come out; to be revealed
emergency /imə':rʤənsi/ adj. in the event of sudden need
emergency /imə':rʤənsi/ n. sudden need demanding immediate action
emigrant /émigrənt/ n. one who moves from one place to settle in another
eminent /émənənt/ adj. high in station, merit, or esteem
emit /imít/ v. to send or give out
empathy /émpəθi/ n. entering into the feelings of another; sympathy; vicarious emotion; understanding
emphasis /émfəsis/ n. importance that is attached to something; accent or stress that is placed on a word or words
emphasize /émfəsàiz/ v. to stress
employ /implɔ'i/ v. to hire as a worker; to activate; to operate; to use
employee /implɔ'ii:/ n. worker; person who works for a company or an individual
employer /implɔ'iər/ n. boss; person or company that hires people to do work
employment /implɔ'imənt/ n. work; occupation; keeping busy
empower /impáuər / v. to delegate authority to.
empty /ém(p)ti/ adj. containing nothing; without people; without contents; hollow; meaningless
empty /ém(p)ti/ n. container devoid of contents
empty /ém(p)ti/ v. to remove the contents of
emulate /émjulèit/ v. to imitate; to try to equal or excel; to take after; to copy
enact /inæ'kt / v. to make into law, as by legislative act.
enclose /inklóuz/ v. to surround; to confine; to close in; to place an additional document or letter within another
enclosure /inklóuʒər/ n. confinement; additional document or letter placed within another
encounter /inkáuntər/ n. chance meeting
encounter /inkáuntər/ v. to meet by chance; to face; to meet with (difficulties, hardships, etc.)
encourage /inkə':riʤ/ v. to support; to inspire; to give hope
encouragement /inkə':riʤmənt/ n. inspiration or support
encroach /inkróuʧ/ v. to advance beyond proper limits; to infringe
endanger /indéinʤər/ v. to expose to peril
endorsement /indɔ':rsmənt/ n. signature on a money order such as a check
endurance /ind(j)ú(ə)rəns/ n. the ability to suffer pain, distress, hardship, or stress of any kind without succumbing
endure /ind(j)úər/ v. to put up with something or somebody unpleasant
energetic /ènərʤétik/ adj. working vigorously
engage /ingéiʤ/ v. to hire; to involve someone or something
engagement /ingéiʤmənt/ n. commitment; obligation; period of employment
engine /énʤin/ n. machine which supplies force and motion; motor; truck; part of a program which handles certain types of date
engineer /ènʤiníər/ n. person who designs and plans (machinery, roads, etc.)
engineer /ènʤiníər/ v. to design; to plan (i.e. machinery, roads, etc.)
enhance /inhæ'ns/ v. to make more attractive or valuable
enlarge /inlɑ':rʤ/ v. to become bigger; to expand
enlargement /inlɑ':rʤmənt/ n. expansion; increase in size; magnification
enlighten /inláitn/ v. to instruct; to provide with intellectual or spiritual understanding
enlightenment /inláitnmənt/ n. state of intellectual or spiritual awareness
enlist /inlíst/ v. to draft into military service; to voluntarily join a cause
enormous /inɔ':rməs/ adj. gigantic
enough /inʌ'f/ adj. sufficient; adequate

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