ps. bawdy<> decorous 猥褻的 <>高雅的;端正的
ps. decorous from decorate v.裝飾
ps. bawdyhouse n.妓院 = brothel
ps. prostitute n.妓女
n.(中東國家等的)市場 [a marketplace or shopping quarter, esp. one in the Middle East. ]
1588, from Italy
n.燈標(ex.飛機場的) [ a guiding or warning signal, as a light or fire, esp. one in an elevated position. ]
The philosopher's thinking was the beacon to many young people.
n.樑 [any of various relatively long pieces of metal, wood, stone, etc., manufactured or shaped esp. for use as rigid members or parts of structures or machines.]
ps. bean n.豆
for.bear v.克制 [to refrain or abstain from]
bear bear bore born
v.承擔 (Mrs. Ann bears all expenses.)
v.忍受 (I can't bear this weather.) // for.bear v.克制
v.生小孩 (She has born five children.) // forebear n.祖先
bearing n.忍耐 (His behavior was beyond bearing.)
n.關係 (What you have said has no bearing on the subject .)
n.方向、方向感 (The sailors lost their bearings last night.)
ex. He beat his brother for lying.
v.裝飾 [adorn, esp. in a showy manner.]
ex. The church was decked with holly for the holiday season.
n.吵鬧 [a state of wild uproar and confusion]
記: bed(床) lam(亂)
n. [confusion resulting from failure to understand]
ps. syn: bewilderment
ps. If something befuddles you, it confuses your mind or thoughts.
ex. Randolph liked to befuddle his readers with at least one unfamiliar word per article.
v.吝嗇;不情願 [to be reluctant to give, grant, or allow]
ex. She did not begrudge the money spent on her children's education.
v.嫉妒 [to envy or resent the pleasure or good fortune of (someone)]
ex. She begrudged her friend the award.
|growl||v.動物咆哮 [動物發出的低沉，具有威脅性的聲音 ]|
|gripe||v.抱怨 // grip v.抓緊|
|grip||v.抓緊 // gripe v.抱怨|
|ex. Gruesome Gourmet|
n.觀看者 [a spectator]
ps. behold v.look; see
ex. They beheld the night scene of the city.
ps. beholder n.觀看者 // beholden adj.蒙恩的
v.對...有此必要 [ to be necessary or proper for, as for moral or ethical considerations; be incumbent on ]
ex. It behooves the court to weigh evidence impartially.
etymology: O.E. behofian "to have need of," from *bihof "advantage, utility," from hof, past tense of hebban "to raise" (see heave).
pt. pp. hove
ex. hover n/v.盤旋 (ex.直升飛機)
v.毒打一頓 [ to beat vigorously]
v.作過度的說明 [ to explain, worry about, or work at (something) repeatedly or more than is necessary ]
ex. He kept belaboring the point long after we had agreed.
ps. assert·belabor 斷言·作過度的說明