TOEIC英・英単語 M-2

might /máit/ v. can; to allow; to be possible; to wish
mileage /máiliʤ/ n. a distance in miles
millennium /miléniəm/ n. unit of time equal to one thousand years; thousandth year anniversary
mind /máind/ n. brain; memory; recollection; opinion; intention; desire
mind /máind/ v. to pay attention to; to supervise; to regret; to oppose; to remember; to notice
miniature /míniəʧər / adj. much smaller than reality or that the normal size.
minimize /mínəmàiz/ v. to reduce; to give less importance to
minimum /mínəməm/ adj. pertaining to the smallest; indicating the least
minimum /mínəməm/ n. least possible amount; smallest possible size; lowest degree
ministry /mínəstri/ n. a service
minority /mainɔ':rəti/ n. part of a population differing in some characteristic; state of being under legal age
minute /mai(j)ú:t/ adj. tiny; extremely small; trivial; petty; accurate
minute /mínit/ n. unit of time equal to 60 seconds; 1/60 of an hour; memo; protocol; memorandum
minute /mínit/ v. to record the proceedings of a meeting; to make a memorandum
minutely /main(j)ú:tli/ adv. meticulously; exactingly; scrupulously; diligently; thoroughly
mischievous /mísʧəvəs/ adj. fond of tricks
misdemeanor /mìsdimí:nər/ n. evil conduct, small crime
miser /máizər/ n. a person given to saving and hoarding unduly
miserably /míz(ə)rəbli/ adv. without pleasure or happiness; wretchedly; poorly
misgiving /misgíviŋ/ n. apprehension; worry; doubt; hesitation; reservation
mishap /míshæp / n. misfortune.
misplace /mispléis/ v. to put into a wrong place
missing /mísiŋ/ n. an inner calling to pursue an activity or perform a service
mission /míʃən/ n. task; assignment; delegation; errand; religious delegation
mistake /mistéik/ n. an error or a fault
mistake /mistéik/ v. to make an error; to be wrong; to confuse
mistreatment /mistrí:tmənt/ n. abuse; molestation
misunderstand /mìsʌndərstæ'nd/ v. to interpret incorrectly; to comprehend incorrectly
misunderstanding /mìsʌndərstæ'ndiŋ/ n. incorrect interpretation
misuse /misjú:s / v. to maltreat.
mitigate /mítəgèit/ v. to soften in force or severity; to lessen the impact or intensity of; to appease
mix /míks/ n. a combination
mix /míks/ v. to combine or blend into one mass
mix up v. to confuse
mix-up /míksʌp/ n. a confusion
mobilize /móubəlàiz/ v. to move; to circulate; to draft; to assemble for action (especially armed reserves)
moderately /mɑ'd(ə)rətli/ adv. mildly; deliberatively; in a temperate manner; not excessively; reasonably
moderation /mɑ`dəréiʃən/ n. temperance
moderator /mɑ'dərèitər / n. the presiding officer of a meeting.
modernize /mɑ'dərnàiz/ v. to make characteristic of the present or of recent times
modest /mɑ'dist/ adj. humble; unpretentious; unassuming; simple; limited
modification /mɑ`dəfikéiʃən/ n. change; adjustment, agreement; adaptation; restriction
modify /mɑ'dəfài/ v. to make somewhat different
mollify /mɑ'ləfài/ v. to calm; to soften; to pacify; to relieve
momentum /mouméntəm/ n. force of movement; strength or motivation derived from an initial effort
monarchy /mɑ'nərki/ n. government by a single, sovereign ruler
monetary /mɑ'nətèri/ adj. financial
monetize /mɑ'nətàiz/ v. to turn into profit; to generate revenue
money /mʌ'ni/ n. coins and paper notes which have value; currency; medium of trade; wealth
money supply n. the total amount of funds in circulation in a given country's economy
monitor /mɑ'nətər/ n. supervisor; device for regulating; screen
monitor /mɑ'nətər/ v. to keep track of
monopoly /mənɑ'pəli/ n. the control of a thing, as a commodity, to enable a person to raise its price
monotonous /mənɑ't(ə)nəs/ adj. unchanging and tedious
mood /mú:d/ n. state of mind; predominant emotion
moral /mɔ':rəl/ adj. ethical; virtuous; righteous; principled; having integrity
moral /mɔ':rəl/ n. ethic; lesson; principle
morale /məræ'l/ n. a state of mind with reference to confidence, courage, zeal, and the like
morality /məræ'ləti/ n. virtue
mortgage /mɔ':rgiʤ/ n. the amount due on a property
mortgage /mɔ':rgiʤ/ v. to borrow money with your house as collateral
motivate /móutəvèit/ v. to prompt; to spur; to provide inspiration; to stir to action; to induce
motivation /mòutəvéiʃən/ n. incentive; drive; inspiration; state of being stirred to action
motive /móutiv/ adj. of reason or cause; inspiring to action
motive /móutiv/ n. something that causes a person to act; cause; incentive; purpose; intention
move /mú:v/ n. change of residence; action; turn in a game; formal request or proposition
move /mú:v/ v. to act on; to transfer from one place to another; to change residence
move up v. to advance, improve position
mth. abbr. period of about 30 days or 4 weeks; 1/12 of a year
mull /mʌ'l/ n. thin muslin fabric (Hindi); beach cliff (Scottish)
mull /mʌ'l/ v. to think over; to ponder; to contemplate; to heat and spice for drinking
multiple /mʌ'ltəpl/ adj. having, relating to , or consisting of more than one part
municipal /mju:nísəpəl/ adj. of or pertaining to a town or city, or to its corporate or local government
municipality /mju:nìsəpæ'ləti / n. a district enjoying municipal government.
must /məst/ n. necessity; obligation; new wine; grape juice that has not yet fermented
must /məst/ v. to have to; to be obligated; to be likely or probable
myriad /míriəd/ n. great number of persons or things; many; a lot; composed of a countless number of items
myth /míθ/ n. a fictitious narrative presented as historical, but without any basis of fact

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