TOEIC英・英単語 P-4

prime /práim/ n. state of perfection; state of highest quality
primitive /prímətiv/ adj. pertaining to the beginning or early times
principal /prínsəpəl/ adj. chief; head; leading; primary; main
principal /prínsəpəl/ n. school director; school master; capital sum (Finance)
principle /prínsəpl/ n. doctrine; tenet; precept; fundamental law; primary law on which other laws are based
printer /príntər/ n. computer peripheral used for exporting documents to paper
prior /práiər/ adj. earlier; antecedent; former
prior /práiər/ n. officer of a monastery; high-ranking member of a religious order
prioritize /praiɔ':rətàiz/ v. to organize according to importance
priority /praiɔ':rəti/ n. preference; precedence; higher rank; privileged position; seniority
privacy /práivəsi/ n. seclusion; solitude; reclusion; secrecy; confidentiality
private /práivət/ adj. intimate; for or pertaining to a small group of people; personal; of an individual
private /práivət/ n. soldier of the three lowest military ranks
privatize /práivətàiz/ v. to transfer control from governmental to individual powers
privilege /prív(ə)liʤ/ n. special individual right not enjoyed by others; benefit; advantage
privilege /prív(ə)liʤ/ v. to grant special rights; to give special advantages or benefits
prize /práiz/ adj. valuable; unique; outstanding; award-winning
prize /práiz/ v. to appreciate; to esteem; to respect; to appraise; to assess worth
probably /prɑ'bəbli/ adv. almost certainly; very likely; apparently; in all likelihood
probe /próub / v. to search through and through.
procedure /prəsí:ʤər/ n. a series of steps taken to accomplish an end
proceed /prəsí:d/ v. to continue; to carry on; to advance; to progress; to move forward
process /prəsés/ n. routine; course of action; advance; summons to court
process /prəsés/ v. to treat; to adapt; to prepare; to make ready
procure /proukjúər/ v. to obtain; to acquire; to get; to buy; to purchase
procurement /proukjúərmənt/ n. purchase; sale; acquisition
product /prɑ'dʌkt/ n. result of manufacturing; goods; merchandise
production /prədʌ'kʃən/ n. manufacture; assembly; output; yield
productive /prədʌ'ktiv/ adj. yielding in abundance
productivity /pròudʌktívəti/ n. a measurement of output per hours worked; creativeness; fruitfulness; prolificness
profession /prəféʃən/ n. vocation; skilled occupation; declaration; proclamation
professional /prəféʃənl/ adj. of a skilled occupation; working in one of the skilled occupations
professional /prəféʃənl/ n. person who works in a skilled occupation; specialist
proficiency /prəfíʃənsi/ n. expertise; state of having expert skills; skillfulness; adeptness; masterfulness
proficient /prəfíʃənt/ adj. possessing ample and ready knowledge or of skill in any art, science, or industry
profile /próufail/ n. an outline or contour
profit /prɑ'fit/ n. earnings; financial gain; benefit; advantage; privilege
profit /prɑ'fit/ v. to earn income; to make financial gains; to be of service; to be beneficial
profitable /prɑ'fitəbl/ adj. advantageous; beneficial
profuse /prəfjú:s/ adj. plentiful; abundant; generous; extravagant; wasteful
profusion /prəfjú:ʒən/ n. plentifulness; abundance; numerousness; plurality
progeny /prɑ'ʤ(ə)ni/ n. offspring
program /próugræm/ n. schedule; agenda; written order of events
program /próugræm/ v. to schedule; to plan; to write a system of operating instructions for a computer
programmer /próugræmər/ n. person who creates sets of instructions for a computer or other device
progress /prɑ'gres/ n. a movement forward
progress /prɑ'gres/ v. to advance; to move forward; to gain
prohibit /prouhíbit/ v. to forbid by authority or to prevent
prohibition /pròu(h)əbíʃən / n. a decree or an order forbidding something.
project /prɑ'ʤekt/ n. plan; scheme; program; task; assignment; activity
project /prɑ'ʤekt/ v. to plan; to scheme; to send; to dispatch; to throw
projected /prəʤéktid/ adj. estimated, or predicted based or present data
projection /prəʤékʃən/ n. a prominence
proliferate /prəlífərèit/ v. to reproduce quickly; to multiply rapidly; to thrive; to grow quickly
proliferation /prəlìfəréiʃən/ n. rapid multiplication; rapid reproduction; prosperity
prolific /prəlífik/ adj. fruitful; productive; abundant; plentiful; multiplying; producing fruit
prologue /próulɔ:g/ n. a prefatory statement or explanation to a poem, discourse, or performance
prolong /prəlɔ':ŋ/ v. to extend; to lengthen
prominent /prɑ'mənənt/ adj. conspicuous in position, character, or importance
promise /prɑ'mis/ n. pledge; vow; declaration of intention; source of hope; basis for expectations
promise /prɑ'mis/ v. to pledge to do, bring about, or provide
promote /prəmóut/ v. to give someone a better job; to support, to make known
promotional /prəmóuʃ(ə)n(ə)l/ adj. of publicizing; of advancement; of encouragement; of fostering; of an enterprise
prompt /prɑ'mpt/ adj. being on time or punctual, carried out without delay
prompt /prɑ'mpt/ n. a reminder or a cue
proof /prú:f/ adj. resistant; invulnerable; impervious; sealed; durable
proof /prú:f/ v. to look for errors
propaganda /prɑ`pəgæ'ndə/ n. any institution or systematic scheme for propagating a doctrine or system
propel /prəpél/ v. to drive or urge forward
propellant /prəpélənt/ adj. propelling
propeller /prəpélər/ n. one who or that which propels
propensity /prəpénsəti/ n. inclination; tendency; disposition; aptitude
proper /prɑ'pər/ adj. correct; suitable; just; complete
property /prɑ'pərti/ n. possessions; belongings; estate; assets; ownership
prophecy /prɑ'fəsi/ n. any prediction or foretelling
proposal /prəpóuz(ə)l/ n. suggestion; tender; plan; offer of marriage
propose /prəpóuz/ v. to suggest; to recommend; to tender; to make an offer of marriage
proposition /prɑ`pəzíʃən/ n. offer; plan; theory; problem
prosaic /prouzéiik/ adj. common; regular; boring; tedious; dull
prospect /prɑ'spekt/ n. chance; probability of advancement or success; hope; promise
prospect /prɑ'spekt/ v. to search for valuable materials (such as gold, oil, etc.)
prospective /prəspéktiv/ adj. likely to become or be
prospectus /prəspéktəs/ n. a document giving details about an offering of securities investment for sale to the public
protect /prətékt/ v. to guard
protection /prətékʃən/ n. defense; shelter; safety
protective /prətéktiv/ adj. sheltering
protestant /prɑ'təst(ə)nt/ n. a christian who denies the authority of the pope and holds the right of special judgment
protocol /próutəkɔ`:l/ n. method of dealing with a certain subject; draft of a treaty
prototype /próutətàip/ n. a work, original in character, afterward imitated in form or spirit
protrude /proutrú:d/ v. to push out or thrust forth
protrusion /proutrú:ʒən/ n. the act of protruding
proud /práud/ adj. arrogant; haughty; magnificent; impressive
prove /prú:v/ v. to substantiate with evidence; to demonstrate; to show clearly
proverb /prɑ'və:rb/ n. a brief, pithy saying, condensing in witty or striking form the wisdom of experience
provide /prəváid/ v. to supply; to grant; to set; to offer
provider /prəváidər/ n. a supplier
provincial /prəvínʃəl/ adj. uncultured in thought and manner
provision /prəvíʒən/ n. a measure taken beforehand; a stipulation
provision /prəvíʒən/ v. to supply with stock; to equip with supplies (esp. food)
proximity /prɑksíməti/ n. adjacency; nearness; closeness; vicinity

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