改革后的新gre考试词汇量的考察下降20%，但这并不代表着新gre考试对词汇的要求放松了，与词汇量相比，新gre更加注重实际语言能力的考察，所以同学们绝对不能放松对词汇的学习，以下是为大家分享的有关新gre词汇的考法及近义词和反义词的汇总，希望对大家有所帮助。 1) n. 新手： a person who is just starting out in a field of activity
2) young and inexperienced
Synonyms: novice, rookie, nascent, uninitiated; apprentice, beginner, freshman, neophyte, novice, tyro, recruit, rookie; fledge
fledgling < mature, veteran
I am learning Chinese, but I’m just a fledgling speaker, having studied the language for only six months.
The fledgling mountain climber needed assistance from the more experienced mountaineers.
The course was not recommended for fledgling skiers.
At hockey he’s still a fledgling and needs to work on his basic skating skills.
In case of emergency implement the evacuation plan immediately.
The rack is an implement of torture.
n. 工具： a device used in the performance of a task
gardening implements such as hoes, spades, and pruners 诸如锄头、铲子和修枝剪一类的园艺工具
apparatus, device, instrument, tool, utensil
v. 执行，实施： to put into practical effect; carry out
implement the new online application procedures 实行新的网申程序
administer, apply, effect, enforce, execute, invoke, perform ;
cancel, repeal, rescind, revoke 撤销
implementation n. 执行，履行
1) unwilling to be pacified or appeased
2) unable to be calmed down or made peaceful
Synonyms: inflexible, merciless, relentless, uncompromising, unyielding
Although the team had been eliminated from contention in the playoffs, it proved to be an implacable opponent.
The baby was so implacable a warm bottle would not settle her.
The two year old was an implacable child; he cried no matter what his parents did to comfort him.
adj. 固执的： sticking to an opinion, purpose, or course of action in spite of reason, arguments, or persuasion
adamant, dogged, headstrong, intransigent, mulish, obdurate, pertinacious, stubborn, unyielding
acquiescent 倾向于默认的;compliant, flexible, pliable, pliant, yielding 易受影响的
adj. 无法平息的’： not capable of being appeased, significantly changed, or mitigated
an implacable enemy 无法与之和解的敌人
determined, grim, relentless, unappeasable
impious < devout
The impious eccentric hadn’t been to church for years.
adj.不敬神的： lacking reverence for holy or sacred matters
made impious remarks about the church 对教会做出不敬的评论
blasphemous, irreverent, profane, sacrilegious
impiety n. (对神的)不敬
1) moving with great force; done with little thought
2) characterized by undue haste and lack of thought or deliberation
3) passionately impulsive
Synonyms: impassionate, spontaneous, unexpected
impetuous < tolerant, patient, circumspect, deliberate
impetuous : patience
impetuous : hesitance
impetuous : hesitate
impetuous : hesitant
impetuous : hesitation
impetuous : vacillation
impetuosity < hesitance/vacillation 冲动<犹豫/踌躇
1) thin in form or density; lacking substance, strength, clarity, or a sound basis in reasoning
2) (adj.) thin, slim, delicate; weak
Tenuous —- flimsy; not solid
tenuous —- having little substance or significance
Tenuous —– Adj. Having little substance or strength, flimsy, weak or rare
Syn: flimsy, rare; questionable, unsubstantial, vague, weak, gossamer
tenuous < substantial
We questioned her tenuous reasons for her three-day absence, but she refused to clarify her story.
The hurricane force winds ripped the tenuous branches from the tree.
The spectators panicked as they watched the cement block dangle from one tenuous piece of twine.