TOEIC英・英単語 P-3

position /pəzíʃən/ v. to erect; to set; to put; to place
positive /pɑ'zətiv/ adj. free from doubt or hesitation
possess /pəzés/ v. to control; to dominate; to hold; to own; to have as property
possession /pəzéʃən/ n. custody; property; asset; control; ownership
possibility /pɑ`səbíləti/ n. probability; feasibility; chance; likelihood
possible /pɑ'səbl/ adj. could be; might be; may be
post /póust/ n. mail; column; opinion; role; job placement
post /póust/ pref. after; later; subsequent to
post /póust/ v. to assign to a duty; to station; to publicize; to advertise
postage /póustiʤ/ n. fee for sending letters or packages by mail
posting /póustiŋ/ n. message sent to a newsgroup or mailing list (Internet)
postmaster /póus(t)mæ`stər/ n. mail manager, person responsible for managing electronic mail on a network (Computers)
postpone /pous(t)póun/ v. to put off to a later time; to delay; to defer; to put off until later; to stay
postscript /póus(t)skrìpt/ n. something added to a letter after the writer's signature
posture /pɑ'sʧər/ n. viewpoint; stance; condition; state; mood; attitude
posture /pɑ'sʧər/ v. to pretend; to feign
potency /póutnsi/ n. power; strength; force; capacity to be
potent /póutnt/ adj. physically powerful
potential /pəténʃəl/ adj. possible; capable of becoming; able to be
potential /pəténʃəl/ n. possibility; ability; capability of being
pounce /páuns/ n. act of suddenly swooping down and grabbing; sudden assault or attack
pounce /páuns/ v. to fall on; to storm; to invade; to attack; to seize; to assault
powerful /páuərfəl/ adj. exerting great force; effective; potent; producing the desired effect; influential
PR abbr. actions of promoting goodwill and distributing information for a company or organization
practical /præ'ktikəl/ adj. feasible; workable; applicable; useful; efficacious
practice /præ'ktis/ n. method of doing something
practice /præ'ktis/ v. to exercise; to train; to drill
precaution /prikɔ':ʃən/ n. a provision made in advance for some possible emergency or danger
precede /prisí:d/ v. to go before; to be in front; to be ahead of; to predate
precedent /présədənt/ n. an instance that may serve as a guide or basis for a rule
precise /prisáis/ adj. exact; not more and not less; meticulous; strict
precisely /prisáisli/ adv. exactly; accurately; definitely; certainly; surely
precision /prisíʒən / n. accuracy of limitation, definition, or adjustment.
preclude /priklú:d/ v. to prevent
precondition /prì:kəndíʃ(ə)n/ n. advance stipulation; preliminary terms
precondition /prì:kəndíʃ(ə)n/ v. to train in advance
predecessor /prédəsèsər/ n. an incumbent of a given office previous to another
predicament /pridíkəmənt/ n. a difficult, trying situation or plight
predict /pridíkt/ v. to state, tell about, or make known in advance
predictable /pridíktəbl/ adj. can be prophesied; can be foretold
prediction /pridíkʃən/ n. a prophecy
predisposition /prì:dispəzíʃ(ə)n/ n. sensitivity; susceptibility (to disease, etc.)
predominant /pridɑ'mənənt/ adj. superior in power, influence, effectiveness, number, or degree
predominate /pridɑ'mənèit/ v. to control to rule over; to be superior
preempt /priémpt/ v. to occupy a place; to take a place; to obtain at an advance opportunity
preface /préfis/ n. introduction; foreword; opening statement
preface /préfis/ v. to use as an introduction; to use as a foreword
prefer /prifə':r/ v. to hold superior; to appoint; to nominate; to like better
preferable /préf(ə)rəbl/ adj. more desirable than others
preference /préf(ə)rəns/ n. someone or something liked over another or others
prejudice /préʤudis/ n. bias; sentence passed before proper examination of the circumstances
prejudice /préʤudis/ v. to express a preconceived opinion; to express one's biases
prelude /prélju:d/ n. an introductory or opening performance
premature /prì:məʧúər/ adj. coming too soon
premier /prim(j)íər/ adj. first in rank or position
premise /prémis/ n. a judgment as a conclusion
premises /prémisiz/ n. property; site; area; grounds; building with the grounds belonging to it
premium /prí:miəm/ n. supplementary charge; additional charge; amount paid for insurance; reward
preoccupation /pri:ɑ`kkjəpéiʃ(ə)n / n. the state of having the mind, attention, or inclination preoccupied.
prepaid /prì:péid/ adj. remunerated ahead of time; settled beforehand via payment
preparation /prèpəréiʃən/ n. an act or proceeding designed to bring about some event
preparatory /pripæ'rətɔ`:ri/ adj. having to do with what is preliminary
prepare /pripéər/ v. to make ready
prerequisite /prì:rékwizit/ n. something that is required or necessary as a prior condition
prerogative /prirɑ'gətiv/ n. right; special privilege
prescription /priskrípʃən/ n. written order for a medication; instruction; directive; order; command
present /prézənt/ adj. existent; in attendance; on hand; of the current times; pertaining to the current times
present /prézənt/ n. gift; offering; something that is given to another person without compensation
present /prézənt/ v. to display; to demonstrate; to bestow; to grant
preservation /prèzərvéiʃən/ n. conservation
preserve /prizə':rv/ n. area of land set aside to protect natural resources and wildlife
preserve /prizə':rv/ v. to guard; to keep safe; to keep; to defend; to protect
president /prézədənt/ n. head; leader; chairman; chief
press /prés/ n. journals and newspapers collectively; act or process of printing
press /prés/ v. to push; to iron; to remove creases or wrinkles; to confiscate for public or government use
pressure /préʃər/ n. exertion of force; application of weight; weight; burden; encumbrance
pressure /préʃər/ v. to apply force or weight; to push; to stress
presume /prizú:m/ v. to take for granted; to dare; to venture; to take liberties; to permit oneself
presumption /prizʌ'm(p)ʃən/ n. that which may be logically assumed to be true until disproved
presumptuous /prizʌ'm(p)ʧuəs/ adj. assuming too much
pretend /priténd/ adj. simulated; feigned; make-believe
pretend /priténd/ v. to impersonate; to act in a role; to claim; to assert
pretense /priténs/ n. feigning; impersonation; false show; claim; assertion
pretense /priténs/ v. to feign; to impersonate; to put on a false show
pretentious /priténʃəs/ adj. impersonating; putting on a false appearance; feigning; arrogant; haughty
pretty /príti/ adv. moderately; quite; rather; to some extent
prevail /privéil/ v. to win; to succeed; to overcome; to surpass; to prove superior
prevalent /prév(ə)lənt/ adj. common; widespread; current
prevent /privént/ v. to keep from happening; to hinder
prevention /privénʃən/ n. thwarting
preventive /privéntiv/ adj. averting; avoiding; delaying; inhibiting
preventive /privéntiv/ n. safeguard; something used to avert an unwanted situation
previous /prí:viəs/ adj. earlier; antecedent; hasty; premature
previously /prí:viəsli/ adv. before; at an earlier time; in the past; antecedently
price /práis/ n. cost; value; worth; rate; measure
price /práis/ v. to give a cost to something
priceless /práislis/ adj. invaluable; beyond any expressible value; very expensive
primarily /praimérəli/ adv. chiefly; principally; mainly; initially
primary /práimeri/ adj. most important; first in a list, series, or sequence
prime /práim/ adj. major; chief; select; of the highest quality; excellent

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