TOEIC英・英単語 W-4

wither/wíðər/
v. If a plant withers, it becomes dry and starts to die.


withhold/wiðhóuld/
v. to refuse to give something or to keep back something


within/wiðín/
prep.adv. inside or not further than an area or period of time


without/wiðáut/
prep1. not having, using, or doing something

prep2. not with someone


withstand/wiðstæ'nd/
v. to receive without being changed or damaged by something powerful; bear


witness/wítnis/
n. someone who sees an accident or crime

v. to see something happen, especially an accident or crime


wonder/wʌ'ndər/
v. to want to know something or to try to understand the reason for something

n. surprise and admiration


wool/wúl/
n1. thick thread or material that is made from the hair of a sheep

n2. the soft, thick hair on a sheep


wording/wə':rdiŋ/
n. the exact choice of words


work/wə:rk/
v1. to do a job that you get money for

v2. If a machine or piece of equipment works, it is not broken.

v3. If something works, it is successful.

n1. something you do to get money

n2. the place where you go to do your job

n3. the activities that you do at school, for your job, etc.

n4. the effort needed to do something

n5. a painting, book, piece of music, etc.


work on sb
to try to persuade or influence someone


work on sth
to spend time repairing or improving something


work out
1. to exercise in order to improve health, strength, or physical appearance, or to improve your skill in a sport

2. (of a situation) to happen or develop in a particular, esp. a satisfactory, way, or (of a person) to be suitable for a particular situation


work out sth
1. to agree to or arrange something, esp. after discussion

2. to discover an answer, develop an idea, or calculate an amount


workaholic/wə`:rkəhɔ':lik/
n. a person who works a lot of the time and finds it difficult not to work


workforce/wə':rkfɔ:rs/
n. all the people who work for a company or organization


workload/wə':rkloud/
n. an amount of work that a person is expected to do


workmanship/wə':rkmənʃip/
n. the skill with which something was made or done


workout/wə':rkaut/
n. a series of exercises that you do to make your body strong and healthy


workplace/wə':rkpleis/
n. a place where people do their jobs


workshop/wə':rkʃɑ:p/
n1. a place where people make or repair things

n2. a meeting where people learn about something by discussing it and doing practical exercises


worldwide/wə':rldwaid/
adj.adv. in all parts of the world


worry/wə':ri/
v1. to think about problems or bad things that might happen

v2. to make someone feel anxious because of problems or unpleasant things that might happen

n. a problem that makes you feel unhappy


worsen/wə':rsn/
v. to become worse or to make something become worse


worth/wə':rθ/
adj1. important or useful enough to have or do

adj2. having a value in money of

adj3. If a person is worth a particular amount of money, the person has that amount or owns things that would cost that amount

n1. an amount of something that will last a stated period of time or that takes a stated amount of time to do

n2. the importance or usefulness of something or someone

n3. the amount of money that something can be sold for

n4. A particular amount of money’s worth of something is the amount of money that it costs




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