v.展開 [to open or spread out something that has been folded; expand]
ex. We watched the drama unfold on live television.
adj.沒有事實根據的 [lacking a sound basis; groundless]
ex. unfounded fear for XXX.
ex. unfouned accusation
adj.笨拙移動的 [moving in an awkward or clumsy way; awkward]
note: 'gain' is from against, implying not direct, graceful.
ex. He must be tried such that he walks in an ungainly manner.
note: I skip'ungrudging'
n.軟膏 [a thick substance, usually with a pleasant smell, used to treat skin problems or make the skin soft]
note: 我會想到 面速力達母. Mentholatum
review: ointment, unctuous 都是跟 oil 有關連的字
adj.獨特的 [being the only existing one of its type or, more generally, unusual or special in some way]
ex. her unique voice makes her a famous singer.
n.獨角獸 [an imaginary creature like a horse with a single horn growing from the front of its head]
Charlie the Unicorn
adj. [Having one dimension]
ex. Our marketing strategy is too focused on a specific area, and I suppose we should break this unidimensional thinking and design a product for a wider range of users.
v.統一 [to bring separate parts of something together so that they are one]
ex. Theoretical Physicists are working on unifying all sorts of physics law into a simple but yet powerful formula.
ex. Some people seek to unify the nation.
note: unification n.
n.制服 [The distinctive clothing worn by members of the same organization or body or by children attending certain schools.]
adj.一致的 [Remaining the same in all cases and at all times]
THE BOSS BABY - "UGLY Uniform !" - Movie CLIP (Animation, 2017)
adj.沒有激情的 [ not impassioned]
ex. Not all the tasks are interesting or aspiring and hence we expect there are some unimpassioned workers. For those, we should get them more recognition and appreciation.
adj.無可指責的；無可懷疑的 [of such a high standard of honesty and moral goodness that it cannot be doubted or criticized]
ex. He serves as a volunteer for teaching children in remote mountains for over 20 years. His kindness and enthusiasm are unimpeachable.
The uninitiated /ʌnɪˈnɪʃɪeɪtɪd/
n. [people who are without knowledge or experience of a particular subject or activity]
ex. Maxwell's equations, for the uninitiated, is a set of partial differential equations that, together with the Lorentz force law, form the foundation of classical electromagnetism, classical optics, and electric circuits.