TOEIC英・英単語 T-7

tolerant/tɑ'lərənt/
adj1. having the ability to bear something unpleasant or annoying, or to keep going despite difficulties

adj2. willing to accept behavior and beliefs that are different from your own, even if you disagree with or disapprove of them


tolerate/tɑ'lərèit/
v1. to bear something unpleasant or annoying, or to keep going despite difficulties

v2. to accept behavior and beliefs that are different from your own, although you may not agree with or approve of them


toll/tóul/
n1. an amount of money that you have to pay to travel along some main roads, to cross bridges, etc., or to make telephone calls over long distances

n2. a high degree of suffering or damage

v. (of a large bell) to ring slowly and repeatedly, or to cause a large bell to ring in this way


toll-free/tòulfrí:/
adj. (of telephone calls) free for the person making the call


tollbooth/tóulbù:θ/
n. a small, enclosed room on a road, bridge, etc., where a person collects money from drivers as they enter or leave


tool/tú:l/
n. a piece of equipment that you use with your hands in order to help you do something


top-end/tɑ'p-end/
adj. best or most expensive of a type


top-notch/tɑ`:pnɑ':ʧ/
adj. extremely good


topic/tɑ'pik/
n. a subject that you talk or write about


total/tóutl/
adj1. including everything

adj2. extreme or complete

n. the amount you get when you add several smaller amounts together

v. to add up to a particular amount


totally/tóutəli/
adv. completely


touch up sth
to improve something with small changes


tour/túər/
n1. a visit to and around a place, area, or country

n2. a planned visit to several places by a sports team, group of performers, etc.

v1. to travel around a place for pleasure

v2. to travel around a place as part of a planned visit by a sports team, group of performers, etc.


tour guide
someone whose job is to show visitors a place or area


tourism/tú(ə)rizm/
n. the business of providing services for tourists


tourist/tú(ə)rist/
n. someone who visits a place for pleasure and does not live there


tow/tóu/
v. to pull a car, boat, etc.


track/træ'k/
n1. a narrow path or road

n2. a path, often circular, used for races

n3. a mark or line of marks left on the ground or on another surface by an animal, person, or vehicle

n4. one song or piece of music on a CD, record, etc.

n5. the long metal lines that a train travels along

v. to follow a person or animal


track record
all the achievements or failures that someone or something has had in the past


trade/tréid/
n1. the buying and selling of large numbers of things, especially between countries

n2. someone’s job

n3. a type of business

v. to buy and sell things, especially between countries


trade agreement
a formal agreement between two or more countries about improving trade with each other, for example by removing import taxes


trade magazine
a magazine with articles and information of interest to people working in a particular industry


trade show [fair]
an event at which companies show their products and services to customers and possible customers


trademark/tréidmɑ:rk/
n. the name of a particular company or product that cannot be used by anyone else


trading/tréidiŋ/
n1. the activity of buying and selling goods and/or services

n2. the buying and selling of shares and money




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