TOEIC英・英単語 S-2

satisfy/sæ'tisfài/
v. to please someone by giving them what they want

satisfying/sæ'tisfàiiŋ/
adj. making you feel pleased by providing what you need or want

sauté/soutéi/
v. to fry food in a little oil or fat, usually until it is brown

save/séiv/
v1. to keep money or something else for use in the future
v2. To save information on a computer is to store it in a computer file.
v3. to make or keep someone or something safe from danger or harm, or to bring something back to a satisfactory condition
v4. to prevent time, money, or effort from being lost or spent, or to help someone by taking an action to prevent time, money, etc., from being lost

savings/séiviŋz/
n. money that you have saved, usually in a bank

savings account
an account in a bank or similar financial organization that earns interest

scandal/skæ'ndl/
n. something that shocks people because they think it is very bad

scarcely/skéərsli/
adv. only just

scatter/skæ'tər/
v1. to throw a lot of small objects over an area
v2. to suddenly move away in different directions

scattered/skæ'tərd/
adj. covering a wide area

scenery/sí:nəri/
n1. the attractive, natural things that you see in the countryside
n2. the large pictures of buildings, countryside, etc. used in a theatre

scenic/sí:nik/
adj. having views of the attractive, natural things in the countryside

schedule/skéʤu:l/
n1. a list of the times and days of classes at a school, college, university, etc.
n2. a list of times when buses, trains, etc. arrive and leave
n3. a list of dates and times that shows when things will happen or a plan for them to happen
v. to plan an event for a particular day or time

schema/skí:mə/
n. a drawing that represents an idea or theory and makes it easier to understand

scheme/skí:m/
n. a plan for doing or organizing something, especially one that does not follow the usual rules
v. to make a secret plan

scholarship/skɑ'lərʃìp/
n. an amount of money given to a person by an organization to pay for their education

science/sáiəns/
n1. the study of the structure of natural things and the way that they behave
n2. a particular type of science

scientist/sáiəntist/
n. someone who studies science or works in science

scissors/sízərz/
n. a tool for cutting paper, hair, etc. that you hold in your hand and that has two blades

scold/skóuld/
v. to speak angrily to someone, especially a child, because they have done something wrong

scope/skóup/
n1. the range of matters considered or dealt with
n2. the opportunity for activity

screen/skrí:n/
n1. the part of a television or computer that shows images or writing
n2. a large, flat surface where a film or an image is shown
n3. movies

screening/skrí:niŋ/
n1. a test or examination to discover if there is anything wrong with someone
n2. a showing of a film

script/skrípt/
n. the words of a movie, play, or speech

scrutiny/skrú:t(ə)ni/
n. careful examination of something

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