TOEIC英・英単語 S-16

stream/strí:m/
n1. a small river
n2. [a ~ of something ] a line of people or cars moving in the same direction

streaming/strí:miŋ/
n. the act of sending sound or video to a computer, mobile phone, etc. directly from the internet so that it does not need to be downloaded and saved first

streamline/strí:mlain/
v1. to shape something so that it moves as easily as possible through air or water
v2. to change something so that it works better, esp. by making it simpler

strength/stréŋ(k)θ/
n1. the quality of being strong
n2. the power that an organization, country, etc. has
n3. a good quality or ability

strengthen/stréŋ(k)θən/
v. to become stronger or make something become stronger

strenuous/strénjuəs/
adj. using or needing a lot of effort

stress/stres/
n1. feelings of worry caused by difficult situations such as problems at work
n2. a greater force you use to say one part of a word or phrase
v1. to show that something is important
v2. to say one part of a word more strongly than the rest

strict/stríkt/
adj1. A strict person makes sure that children or people working for them behave well, and does not allow them to break any rules.
adj2. If a rule, law, etc. is strict, it must be obeyed.
adj3. always behaving in a particular way because of your beliefs

strictly/stríktli/
adv1. used to emphasize that something is not allowed
adv2. exactly or correctly
adv3. done for a particular person or purpose

strike/stráik/
n. a period of time when a group of workers stop working, to try to force their employer to give them more money or to improve their working conditions
v1. to hit someone or something
v2. [it -s me that…] If it strikes you that something is true, you think of it, or that is your opinion.
v3. If a thought or idea strikes you, or you are struck by it, you are suddenly aware of it.
v4. If a group of workers strike, they stop working for a period of time to try to force their employer to give them more money or to improve their working conditions.
v5. If a clock strikes, a bell rings to show what the time is.

strike someone as something
If someone strikes you as having a particular quality, they seem to have that quality

striking/stráikiŋ/
adj1. easily noticed
adj2. very attractive

stringent/strínʤənt/
adj. extremely limiting or difficult; severe

strive/stráiv/
v. to try hard to do something or make something happen, esp. for a long time or against difficulties

stroll/stróul/
v. to walk somewhere in a slow and relaxed way

stroller/stróulər/
n. a chair on wheels that is used to move small children

strong/strɔ':ŋ/
adj1. A strong person or animal is physically powerful.
adj2. A strong object does not break easily, or can support heavy things.
adj3. If a taste, smell, etc. is strong, it is very easy to notice.
adj4. produced using a lot of power
adj5. Strong relationships last for a long time, and are not easily spoiled.
adj6. of a good quality or level and likely to be successful
adj7. A strong feeling, belief, or opinion is felt in a very deep and serious way.
adj8. If someone is strong, they are confident and able to deal with problems well.

structure/strʌ'kʧər/
n1. the way that parts of something are arranged or put together
n2. a building or something that has been built

struggle/strʌ'gl/
n1. the act of trying very hard to do something difficult
n2. a fight between people
v1. to try very hard to do something difficult
v2. to fight someone when they are holding you

stubborn/stʌ'bərn/
adj. never changing your ideas, plans, etc. even when you should

stuck/stʌ'k/
adj1. not able to move anywhere
adj2. not able to continue reading, answering questions, etc. because something is too difficult

study/stʌ'di/
n1. the work that you do while you are at a college or university
n2. the activity of learning about a subject, usually in school or at a college or university
n3. a room in a house where you can read, write, etc.
n4. a piece of work that examines a subject in detail in order to find new information
v1. to learn about a subject, usually at school or university
v2. to look at something very carefully
v3. to examine a subject in detail in order to discover new information

stunning/stʌ'niŋ/
adj. very beautiful

sturdy/stə':rdi/
adj. very strong and solid

subject/sʌ'bʤekt/
n1. an area of knowledge studied at school or university
n2. what someone is writing or talking about
n3. in grammar, the person or thing that does the action described by a verb. In the sentence ‘Bob phoned me yesterday’, ‘Bob’ is the subject.
n4. someone who is from a particular country

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