Chapter 8 vocab
Last Modified: 2014-07-09
full of vim and vigor
to be silent
show no interest in something, be indifferent to sth
to pretend to be ignorant of something
to hide one's ability, be modest
seek advice from sb.; consult
to suffer a crushing defeat
to give directions, advice, comments
Prices of goods on the market
- be foolishly conceited
- used to describe someone who is ignorant and boastful
a person to start doing something
to constitute; to form; to compose; to make up; to configure (computing)
roughly, approximately, on the whole
to give an example
determined as the old man moving the mountain
stupid, foolish (笨拙ben4zhuo1)
to come in and go out, to go out and come in
to lead, to guide
to show off
to do something beyond one's ability, be aware of one's own limitation
to exclaim out of surprise, to sigh over something
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