TOEIC英・英単語 A-5

as for used to talk about how another person or thing is affected by something
as is in the condition that something is in
as it is considering the present situation: as things are
as long as only if: since: to the extent that
as of starting from a particular time or date
as per something following something that has been decided
as soon as at the same time or a very short time after
as soon as possible[one can] as soon as something can happen or be done
as to about: used when you are referring to
as well (as somebody/something) in addition to somebody/something: too
as well (as) in addition (to)
ascend /əsénd/ v. to move up or to a higher position
aside from except for
ask for somebody/something to say that you want to speak to somebody or be directed to a place
aspect /æ'spekt/ n. one part of a situation, problem, subject, etc
aspiring /əspái(ə)riŋ/ adj. hoping to be successful in a particular job, activity, or way of life
assault /əsɔ':lt/ n. a violent attack: a determined or serious attempt to do something difficult
assault /əsɔ':lt/ v. to attack someone violently
assemble /əsémbl/ v1. to join other people somewhere to make a group, or to bring people together into a group
assemble /əsémbl/ v2. to build something by joining parts together
assembly /əsémbli/ n1. a group of people, such as a government, who meet to make decisions, laws, etc
assembly /əsémbli/ n2. when you build something by joining parts together
assert /əsə':rt/ v. to say that something is certainly true: to do something to show that you have power
assess /əsés/ v. to make a judgment about the quality, size, value, etc of something
assessment /əsésmənt/ n1. a process in which you make a judgment about a person or situation, or the judgment you make
assessment /əsésmənt/ n2. a calculation about the cost or value of something
asset /æ'set/ n. a useful or valuable quality, skill or person: something which a person or company owns which has a value
assign /əsáin/ v. to give someone a particular job or responsibility
assign sb to sth to give someone a particular job or place to work
assignment /əsáinmənt/ n. a piece of work or job that you are given to do
assimilate /əsíməlèit/ v. to take in, fit into, or become similar (to)
assist /əsíst/ v. to help
assistant /əsístənt/ n. someone whose job is to help a person who has a more important job
associate /əsóuʃièit/ n. someone who you know because of work or business
associate /əsóuʃièit/ v. to relate two things, people, etc in your mind
associate director/editor/producer, etc someone in a slightly less important position than the main person
association /əsòusiéiʃən/ n. a connection or relationship between two things or people
association /əsòusiéiʃən/ n. an organization of people with the same interests or with a particular purpose
assume /əsú:m/ v1. to accept something to be true without question or proof: to take or begin to have power or responsibility
assume /əsú:m/ v2. to begin to have a particular quality or appearance: to pretend to have a particular feeling or quality
assumption /əsʌ'mpʃən/ n1. a belief or feeling that something is true or that something will happen, although there is no proof
assumption /əsʌ'mpʃən/ n2. the act of taking or beginning to have power or responsibility
assurance /əʃú(ə)rəns/ n. a promise: confidence: insurance, especially to provide money when someone dies
assure /əʃúər/ v1. to tell someone that something is certainly true, especially so that they do not worry
assure /əʃúər/ v2. to make something certain to happen
assured /əʃúərd/ adj. certain to be achieved or got: showing skill and confidence
astonish /əstɑ'niʃ/ v. to make someone very surprised
astounding /əstáundiŋ/ adj. very surprising
at all times continuously
at any rate whatever happens: something you say to show that you are going to say something more exactly
at first in or at the beginning
at hand available: being worked on or dealt with at the present time
at large generally: If someone dangerous is at large, they are free when they should not be
at least 1. as much as, or more than, a number or amount: used to reduce the effect of a statement
at least 2. used to emphasize that something is good in a bad situation
at least 3. used to say that someone should give a small amount of help although they do not intend to give a lot
at random without involving any system or decision
at sb's convenience at a time when someone is ready or wants to do something
at short notice only a short time before something happens (US on short notice)
at the moment now
athlete /æ'θli:t/ n. a person who is very good at sports or physical exercise, especially one who competes in organized events
athletic /æθlétik/ adj. strong, healthy and good at sports: relating to athletes or the sport of athletics
atmosphere /æ'tməsfìər/ n1. the mixture of gases around the Earth: the air that you breathe in a place
atmosphere /æ'tməsfìər/ n2. the mixture of gases that surrounds some planets, such as the Earth; the air
atmospheric /æ`tməsférik/ adj. relating to the air or to the atmosphere
attach /ətæ'ʧ/ v1. to fasten or join one thing to something else: to connect a piece of computer equipment to another
attach /ətæ'ʧ/ v2. to send a document, picture, etc. with an email or letter
attach /ətæ'ʧ/ v3. if someone is attached to a department or company, they are sent to work there temporarily for a particular purpose
attach /ətæ'ʧ/ v4. to include something, or to make something a part of something
attach /ətæ'ʧ/ v5. to take someone's property or money by law to help pay their debts
attachment /ətæ'ʧmənt/ n. an extra piece of equipment that can be added to a machine
attain /ətéin/ v. to reach or succeed in getting something; to achieve
attempt /ətémpt/ v. to try to do something, especially something difficult
attend /əténd/ v1. to go to an event, place, etc: to go officially and usually regularly to a place
attend /əténd/ v2. to give attention to what someone is saying
attend /əténd/ v3. to provide a service to someone, especially as part of your job; to care for or deal with someone or something
attend /əténd/ v4. to happen as a result of, and at the same time as
attend to sb/sth to deal with something or help someone
attendance /əténdəns/ n. the act of being present at a place, for example at school: the number of people present at an organized event
attendant /əténdənt/ adj. relating to or caused by something
attendant /əténdənt/ n1. someone whose job is to be in a place and help visitors or customers
attendant /əténdənt/ n2. someone whose job is to travel or live with an important person and help them
attendee /ətendí:/ n. someone who goes to a place, event, etc.
attention /əténʃən/ n. notice, thought or interest: special care or treatment
attentive /əténtiv/ adj. listening carefully: If someone is attentive, they are very helpful and take care of you
attic /æ'tik/ n. the space or room at the top of a building, under the roof, often used for storing things
attire /ətáiər/ n. clothes, especially of a particular or formal type
attitude /æ'tit(j)ù:d/ n1. a feeling or opinion about something or someone, or a way of behaving that is caused by this
attitude /æ'tit(j)ù:d/ n2. If you say that someone has attitude, you mean that they are very confident and want people to notice them.
attitude /æ'tit(j)ù:d/ n3. a position of the body
attorney /ətə':rni/ n. a lawyer
attract /ətræ'kt/ v1. to pull or draw someone or something towards them, by the qualities they have, especially good ones
attract /ətræ'kt/ v2. If you are attracted by or to someone, you like them, often finding them sexually interesting.
attraction /ətræ'kʃən/ n1. something which makes people want to go to a place or do a particular thing
attraction /ətræ'kʃən/ n2. when you like someone, especially sexually, because of the way they look or behave
attractive /ətræ'ktiv/ adj. very pleasing in appearance or sound, or causing interest or pleasure
attributable /ətríbjutəbl/ adj. caused by
attribute /ətríbju:t/ n. a quality or characteristic that someone or something has
attribute sth to sb to think that someone or something has a particular quality or feature
attribute sth to sb/sth to say or think that something is the result or work of something or someone else


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