empiric & empirical & empiricism
adj.以經驗(或觀察)為依據的 [derived from or guided by experience or experiment.]
ex. empirical evidence
字源：1569, from L. empiricus, from Gk. empeirikos "experienced," from empeiria "experience," from empeiros "skilled," from en- "in" + peira "trial, experiment." Originally a school of ancient physicians who based their practice on experience rather than theory.
theoretic= theoretical adj.理論上的
ex. Congress is empowered to levy taxes.
ex. The law empowered the police to search private houses.
empyreal & empyrean
adj.最高天的 [ pertaining to the highest heaven in the cosmology of the ancients.]
字義是從pure fire or light，而轉化成heaven
v.傚法且盡力趕上 [to try to equal or excel; imitate with effort to equal or surpass]
ex. Sons are traditionally expected to emulate their fathers.
聯想：e + mule + ate-->騎騾趕上
emulsion & emulsify
n.乳劑 [A suspension of small globules(小滴) of one liquid in a second liquid with which the first will not mix]
v.使乳化 [to make into or form an emulsion.]
ex. soap can emulsify oils and hold dirt in suspension.
v.制定法律 [To make into law]
ex. To enact a law or regulation.
ps. act 這邊的意思是法案
n.琺瑯 [a substance like glass which can be heated and put onto metal, glass, or pottery in order to decorate or protect it.]
n.(牙齒的)琺瑯質 [the hard white substance that forms the outer part of a tooth.]
聯想： e + name +l ：把名字寫在琺瑯上
be enamored of
v.使迷戀(通常用被動態) [To inspire with love]
ex. was enamored of the beautiful dancer
v.使著魔,對...用魔法 [ to subject to magical influence】
v.將...裝入膠囊 [ to place in a capsule.]
v.摘要 [to summarize or condense.]
n.圍住 [The act or state of enclosing.]
ex. The enclosure of public land meant that ordinary people couldn't use it.
n.圈地;圍場 [Something enclosed]
n. 讚辭[a formal expression of high praise; eulogy, panegyric]
ex. An encomium by the President greeted the returning hero.
字源：Greek enkomion 'eulogy'
n.宣讀或寫作頌辭之人;讚美者 [A person who delivers or writes an encomium; a eulogist.]