v.使燃燒 [To set on fire; kindle.]
v.加劇 [To make more violent; intensify]
ex.An already savage nature is inflamed to madness.
v.發炎 [To produce inflammation in (a tissue or organ).]
inflame <> assuage
ex. His inner ears were inflamed.
n. [the act or fact of inflaming.]
n.發炎 [Pathology. redness, swelling, pain, tenderness, heat, and disturbed function of an area of the body, esp. as a reaction of tissues to injurious agents.]
v.使大怒 [to make furious; enrage.]
v.充氣 [To fill (something) with air or gas so as to make it swell.]
ex. I inflated the basketball.
v.膨脹(ex.過度驕傲) [To raise or expand abnormally or improperly]
ex. He is inflated with pride.
ps. inflation n.通貨膨脹 (市面上流通的貨幣數提高了；物價會變高)
v.放氣 [ to release the air or gas]
v. [ to impose anything unwelcome]
ex. The typhoon inflicted severe damage on the island.
ps. conflict n/v.衝突
n.流入 [act of flowing in.]
ex. an influx of customers
ex. to stop the influx of illegal aliens.
influx <> exodus n.外出
v.注入 [To put into or introduce as if by pouring]
ex. infuse new life into the troops
泡茶 = infuse tea
from L. confundere "to confuse," lit. "to pour
ex. confused adj.困惑的
adj.見多識廣的 [having or prepared with information or knowledge]
adj.根據情報的 [Possessing, displaying, or based on reliable information]
ps. information n.資訊
n.違犯 [breach; violation; infringement]
ex. an infraction of a moral/social code.
ps. 你有沒有覺得fract 跟break的發音很像呢。
v.違犯 [ to commit a breach or infraction of; violate or transgress]
ex. They infringe the principle of non-discrimination.