v.分配 [to set apart for a particular purpose; assign or allot]
ex. to allocate funds for new projects.
ex. The child has a weekly allowance of five dollars.
ex. His allowance for food is $100.
al(=ad;to)-lud(play)-e [to play，用玩的方式告訴-->暗示]
ex. She did not mention Mr. Lee by name, but it was clear she was alluding to him.
字根 lud == play
al-lude v.暗指 [to refer casually or indirectly] [to play，用玩的方式告訴-->暗指]
col-lude v.共謀 [to act together through a secret understanding, esp. with evil intent]
de-lude v.欺騙 [to mislead the mind or judgment of; deceive]
de-lusion n.欺騙 (play then make you down--->欺騙)
e-lude v.巧妙地逃避 [to avoid or escape by speed, cleverness, trickery, etc; evade]
v.搞不清 [to escape the understanding, difficult to define or describe]
e-lusion n.[the act of eluding]
e-lusive adj.[tending to elude] (play the tricky out of capture-->巧妙地逃避)
pre-lude n.序幕、前奏曲 = overture [用於歌劇]
ex. an alluring advertisement
lure n.誘惑物 v.誘惑
adv.在上面,在高處;在空中 (In the air)
ex. The first fliers went aloft in balloons.
ex. The sailor climbed aloft to look for land.
ex. Later on, he became aloof and silent.
ex. Has she altered her mind?
ex. According to the weather forecast, there will be a week of alternate rain and sunshine.
ex. We have several alternates on our team.