lackadaisical /ˏlækəˋdezɪkl/


adj.懶散的;無精打采的 [without interest, vigor, or determination; listless; lethargic]


My problem is, that when we get a few wins, we become lackadaisical.

We haven't kept the same intensity.

We will lose games, particularly to teams that have been under.500.


聯想: lack + a + dai (日文的大)+ iscal 缺少大的東西

字源:lackaday intej.【古】悲哉










adj.無光澤的、無生氣的 [lacking brilliance or radiance; dull]

ex. lackluster sales

ex. They hope to remedy their lackluster performance by a few changes in personnel.












laconic /ləˋkɑnɪk/


adj.簡潔的 [using few words; expressing much in few words; concise]

ex. The war experience helped to give the New Frontier generations casual and laconic tone.

ex. A slight frown and a laconic 'Yes,' were the answer.




ps. Laconia --Λακωνία (拉科尼亞)










lactic /ˋlæktɪk/

lact( L. lact- ; milk)-ic

adj.乳的 [of, pertaining to, or obtained from milk.]



ps. lactic acid= 乳酸

When cells cannot or do not use oxygen in ATP production, they have another pathway to make energy (ATP). This is called Anaerobic Respiration or more commonly Fermentation.

Animals, Fungi, and Bacteria all have species with fermentation pathways. In humans it is the cause for sore muscles after over exertion. In fungus (yeast) it causes bread to rise and beer have alcohol. Even the bacteria in our intestines (E.Coli) ferments sugar we eat (lactose) and helps us function.

Fermentation doesn't produce ATP in humans like Aerobic respiration does. When there isn't enough oxygen in your blood you produce only 5%-10% of the ATP you can with oxygen. Additionally, there are waste products that must be disposed of in fermentation (lactic acid). Still, remember that 2 ATP is better than zero ATP.









v.落後 [To fail to keep up a pace; straggle.]

v. 走得慢, 滯緩[To proceed or develop with comparative slowness]

ex. Production lagged and unemployment rose.


玩online game時一定很不喜歡看到LAG這個字

Jet Lag = 時差綜合症








n.(野獸的)窩 [a den or resting place of a wild animal]

n.祕密藏身處 [a secluded or hidden place, esp. a secret retreat or base of operations; a hideout or hideaway]

ex. a pirate's lair.





他躲的很隱密,連一顆細毛的線索都無法找到 or 間不容髮








laity /ˋleətɪ/

n.在教堂工作但不是神職人員的人, 俗人 [The laity are all the people involved in the work of a church who are not clergymen, monks, or nuns. ]

ex. 教堂中的清潔工、會計師等等就可以稱為laity

ex. The new proposals affect both clergy and laity.





n. a person who is not a member of the clergy; one of the laity.










lam-baste [lam v.重打 baste v.塗油脂 v.毒打]

v.不停地打;痛打 [to beat or whip severely.]

v.嚴責 [to reprimand or berate harshly; censure; excoriate.]

ex. The newspapers lambasted government corruption.


lambaste <> extol v.讚美;頌揚


/* 音:extol 發音類似 "一顆失投"
王建民完投九局,只有"一顆失投",值得"稱讚" ~~~~  */









lament /ləˋmɛnt/

v.哀悼 [ to feel or express sorrow or regret for; deplore]

ex. to lament for one's GRE score ...

n.哀悼 [an expression of grief or sorrow.]



" Milt Jackson Live In Japan 1990, ps. He is an American jazz vibraphonist, and one of the most important figures in the hard bop style









    xination 發表在 痞客邦 留言(1) 人氣()