n.不輕信;懷疑 [ inability or unwillingness to believe.]
ex. everyone in the room regards her with incredulity.
字根 cred == believe
credence n.相信 [acceptance as true or valid; belief]
credent a.[古]令人相信的 [believing] (現在用credible)
credentials n.憑據;證書 [evidence of authority, status, rights]
credit n.信用 n.經濟上的信譽(credit card) n.榮譽
creditable a.可信的 [Worthy of belief]
a.值得稱讚的 [deserving credit, honor]
credo n.宗教信條 =creed
credulity n.輕信,易受騙[trust too readily] // credulous adj.輕信的,易受騙的
incredulity n.不輕信;懷疑 // incredulous adj.不輕信的;懷疑的
discredit v.不信,懷疑 [destroy confidence in]
v.使丟臉;敗壞...的名聲 [to injure the credit or reputation of]
n.增加量 [something added or gained; addition]
n.增加 [The process of increasing in number, size, quantity, or extent.]
ex. This curiosity has increased with every increment in our knowledge.
v.控告 [to accuse of or present proof of a crime or fault]
ex. to incriminate an innocent person.
ex. no person can be forced to give evidence which may incriminate himself.
v.牽連有罪 [to involve in an accusation; cause to be or appear to be guilty; implicate]
ex. I'd incriminate myself as well as you.
incriminate <> exonerate v.免除;證明無罪
v.控告 [to charge with fault; incriminate.]
v.孵卵 [To sit on (eggs) to provide heat, so as to promote embryonic development and the hatching of young; brood.]
ex. The birds returned to their nests and continued to incubate the eggs.
ex. incubate germs in a laboratory.
v.醞釀;逐漸發展 [To form or consider slowly and protectively, as if hatching]
ex. to incubate the idea.
字源：in-cub(āre) to sit, lie down + -ātus -ate
ps.1 incumbent 等等就會講到
ps.2 cub n.幼獸
n.孵卵器 [an apparatus in which eggs are hatched artificially.]
n.早產兒保育器 [an enclosed apparatus in which prematurely born infants are kept in controlled conditions, as of temperature, for protection and care.]
n.他是一種想像的男妖(應該是男的吧，不知道demon有性別嗎?)，他會與熟睡的女子性交 [an imaginary demon or evil spirit supposed to descend upon sleeping persons, esp. one fabled to have sexual intercourse with women during their sleep]
ps. 也有會與熟睡的男子性交的evil spirit唷，它叫做succubus.
adj.現任的(行政部門或教會中的 ) [holding an indicated position, role, office, etc., currently]
ex. the incumbent officers of the club.
v.孜孜不倦的教誨 [To impress (something) upon the mind of another by frequent instruction or repetition; instill]
ex. to inculcate young men with patriotism.
聯想：不妨把culc想成 culture，讓culture come in = 教誨
字源：inculcate的 culc來自L. calcare "to tread, press in，而它的源頭跟heel(腳後跟)有關唷，xination推論意像是指用heel來採壓的形象，借用到教人道理上。
v.招惹(通常是指得到不好的東西) [To acquire or come into (something usually undesirable)]
ex. incur a debt
ex. incur a person's displeasure
v.變成有責任於..XXX [To become liable or subject to as a result of one's actions; bring upon oneself]
ex. An enterprise has to incur certain costs and expenses in order to stay in business.