TOEIC英・英単語 S-9

slant/slæ'nt/
n1. a position that is sloping
n2. a way of writing about something that shows who or what you support
v. to slope in a particular direction

slanted/slæ'ntid/
adj1. sloping in one direction
adj2. showing information about one person, one side of an argument, etc. in such a positive or negative way that it is unfair:

slate/sléit/
n. a dark grey rock that can easily be cut into thin pieces, or a small, flat piece of this used to cover a roof

sleek/slí:k/
adj. Sleek hair is smooth and very shiny

sleepy/slí:pi/
adj. feeling tired and wanting to go to sleep

slide/sláid/
n1. a large object that children climb and slide down as a game
n2. a small piece of film that you shine light through in order to see a photograph
v. to move smoothly over a surface

slight/sláit/
adj1. small and not important

adj2. Someone who is slight is thin.

slightly/sláitli/
adv. a little

slip/slíp/
n1. a small piece of paper
n2. a small mistake
v1. to slide by accident and fall or almost fall
v2. to slide out of the correct position
v3. to go somewhere quietly or quickly

slippery/slíp(ə)ri/
adj. If something is slippery, it is difficult to hold or walk on because it is smooth or wet.

slow/slóu/
adj1. moving, happening, or doing something without much speed
adj2. If a clock is slow, it shows a time that is earlier than the correct time.
v. to become slower or to make something become slower

slowdown/slóudaùn/
n. a reduction in speed or activity

slowly/slóuli/
adv. at a slow speed

sluggish/slʌ'giʃ/
adj. moving or working more slowly than usual

slump/slʌ'mp/
v1. If a price, value, or amount slumps, it goes down suddenly.
v2. to fall or sit down suddenly because you feel tired or weak

small business
a small company, or small companies as a group. A small business is often privately owned, does not employ many people, and has a low volume of sales

smoke detector
a device that makes a loud noise when smoke is present to warn of a possible fire

smoothly/smu:ðli/
adv. easily and without interruption or difficulty

snack/snæ'k/
n. a small amount of food

so (that)
in order to make something happen or be possible

so as to
in order to

so far
until now

so-called/sòukɔ':ld/
adj. used to show that you think a word that is used to describe someone or something is wrong

soak/sóuk/
v1. to put something in a liquid for a period of time
v2. to make something very wet

soaking/sóukiŋ/
adj. completely wet

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