adj.天生的;天賦的 [naturally present at birth; innate.]
ex. have an inborn talent for languages.
ex. Unlock Your Inborn Creativity
in-cand(bright;shine)-esc-ence [ex.candle, candid]
n.白熱光 [The emission of visible light by a hot object.]
ex. An early type of stage light in which lime was heated to incandescence producing brilliant illumination.
ps. Stefan's law's
adj.放火的 [Causing or capable of causing fire.]
ex. an incendiary bomb.
n.縱火犯 [An arsonist.]
v.激怒 [to inflame with wrath; make angry; enrage.]
n.誘因 [something that incites or tends to incite to action or greater effort, as a reward offered for increased productivity.]
ex. to give people an incentive to own their houses.
字源：1432, from L.L. incentivum, noun use of neut. L. adj. incentivus "setting the tune" (in L.L. "inciting"), from stem of incinere "strike up," from in- "in, into" + canere "sing"
incentive <> deterrent [de-terr(frigthen)-ent] n.制止物
n.咒文 [Ritual recitation of verbal charms or spells to produce a magic effect.]
ex. The act of conjuring up a spirit by incantation.
v.下獄, 監禁 [To put into jail; to imprison; confine.]
ex. He is incarcerated in a stone tower.
字源：1520-30; < ML incarcerātus ptp. of incarcerāre to imprison, equiv. to in- + carcer(prison)+ -ātus(-ate)
ps. jail vs prison
incarcerate <> liberate v.解放
adj.具體化的 [ embodied in flesh; given a bodily, esp. a human]
ex. a devil incarnate = a incarnate devil (一般習慣放後面)
ex. Queen was happiness incarnate.
adj.擬人化的 [ personified or typified, as a quality or idea]
v.體現; 使成化身; 使具體化
in-cept(take)-ion [on the state of taking]
n.開始,開端 [the beginning of something, such as an undertaking]
ex. at the inception of...
ex. Julia' s worked for that company from its inception.