v.教唆,唆使 [to encourage, support, or countenance by aid or approval, usually in wrongdoing]
ex. to abet a crime.
ex. Terrorists abet those poor young men to attack the subway system by giving them money and training them to use poisonous gas.
ex. He was found guilty of aiding and abetting war crimes in Sierra Leone, including terrorism, rape, murder and the use of child soldiers. (BBC)
note: 基本上這個字較普遍的用法是指慫恿別人做壞事，但有的字典也指出 abet 也可以單純指正面的幫助。
字源：a-, to (from Latin ad-; see ad-) + beter, to bait; see bheid- in Indo-European roots.
考古： abet·encouragement = elucidate·clarity 協助·鼓勵=闡明·清晰
n.中止;暫擱 [temporary inactivity, cessation, or suspension]
ex.Let's hold that problem in abeyance for a while.
abeyance <> continuance 暫停 <> 繼續
v.極厭惡;憎惡 [to regard with extreme repugnance or aversion; detest utterly; loathe; abominate.]
ex. My boss abhors replying her email late. If someone doesn't reply her as soon as possible she will get very mad. Hence we always feel very stressful. (2016補充)
字源：from ab- "away" + horrere "tremble at, shudder," lit.
ps. horrible horror movie 恐怖片
ps. horrid adj.恐怖的
abhor <> greatly admire 痛恨 <> 非常崇拜
ex. an abhorrent deed.
ex. I cannot abide the loud noise anymore. 我再也無法忍受這麼大的噪音。
ex. She will abide by her promise.
字源：O.E. abidan, gebidan "remain," from ge- completive prefix (denoting onward motion; see a- (1)) + bidan "bide, remain, wait, dwell"
ab + ject
ex. He was made abject by suffering.
note: " from ab- "away, off" + jacere "to throw" (see jet (v.))
note: reject, project
v.發誓棄絕;公開放棄(意見、信仰、權利、國籍等) [to renounce, repudiate, or retract, esp. with formal solemnity; recant:]
ex. He retracted his earlier statements about his religion; he abjured his beliefs.
字源：from L. abjurare "deny on oath," from ab- "away" + jurare "to swear," related to jus (gen. juris) "law"
judic-ial a.關於司法的 、法官的、公正的
judic-ious a.明智的 [wise and carefull] // judiciousness n.明智
ad-judicate v. 判決 [To hear and settle a case by judicial procedure]
v.當裁判 [To act as a judge ]
juris-prudence n.法理學 [juris= just; law, right]
<> affirm 肯定 espouse支持 embrace支持
ps. di-lut-e v.稀釋
ps. ante-diluv-ian adj.(大洪水前)史前的
v. 放棄(權力等) [To give up (rights or a claim, for example)]
ex.The King abnegated his power to the ministers.
v. 克制(慾望等) [to refuse or deny oneself (some rights, conveniences, etc.); reject; renounce.]
v.廢除,廢止 [annul; make void:]
ex. to abolish slavery.
ex.Bad customs and laws ought to be abolished.
from L. abolescere "to die out, decay little by little,"
abrogate v. 撤消 (官方正式的)，廢除
neg-ate v.取消、否認 // re-nege v.背信、違約