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【完全版】GRE英単語例文集⑭|GRE General Test攻略のための必須英単語2163

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【完全版】GRE英単語例文集⑭|1301. mortify~1400. palatable

 

本サイトはGRE General Test 攻略のための必須英単語 2163に掲載されている英単語の例文集⑭(1301. mortify~1400. palatable)です。

 

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GRE General Test攻略のための必須英単語2163|1301. mortify~1400. palatable

 

1301. mortify [verb]

恥をかかせる、克服する

to make someone very embarrassed:

If my mother picks me up from school in her pajamas, she will mortify me in front of my friends.

 

1302. motif [noun]

刺激、動機

an idea that is used many times in a piece of writing or music:

The motif of betrayal is crucial in all these stories.

 

1303. motley [adjective]

雑多な、混成の

consisting of many different types that do not appear to go together:

The motley protestors outside city hall included people of all races and socioeconomic classes.

 

1304. multifarious [adjective]

雑多な、様々な

of many different types:

Coming from a small town of only four hundred residents, Jonas was shocked by the millions of people who made up the multifarious population of the big city.

 

1305. mundane [adjective]

日常的な、ありふれた

ordinary and not interesting in any way:

The restaurant should replace the dull and mundane dishes to spice up their menu.

 

1306. munificence [noun]

気前の良さ、惜しみなく与えること

the quality of being very generous with money:

I thanked them for their munificence.

 

1307. munificent [adjective]

寛大な、気前の良い

very generous with money:

The wealthy actor always gives the members of his staff munificent appreciation gifts.

 

1308. munition [noun]

軍用品、必要品

military equipment and supplies, especially bombs, shells, and guns:

Although they were out of munitions and firepower, the relentless troop refused to retreat.

 

1309. murderous [adjective]

残忍な、耐えがたい

extremely dangerous and likely to commit murder:

I couldn't withstand the murderous heat.

 

1310. murky [adjective]

濁っている、暗い

dark and dirty or difficult to see through:

The frightened little boy refused to walk with his friends through the murky forest.

 

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1311. muse [verb]

物思いにふける、考え込む

to think about something carefully and for a long time:

I began to muse about the possibility of starting my own business.

 

1312. mutation [noun]

変化、突然変異

a permanent change in an organism, or the changed organism itself:

A new vaccination had to be created for a mutation of the antigen.

 

1313. mutiny [noun]

反乱、暴動

refusal to obey orders, or a violent attempt to take control from people in authority:

Because the mutiny failed, the tyrant is still in power.

 

1314. myopic [adjective]

視野が狭い、近視の

unable to understand a situation or the way actions will affect it in the future:

Their myopic refusal to act now will undoubtedly cause problems in the future.

 

1315. myriad [adjective]

無数の、多様な

a very large number of something:

Kelly and Clint discuss myriad topics on their talk show.

 

1316. mythical [adjective]

神話の、架空の

imaginary or not real:

The mythical creature had the head of a man and the body of a horse in the story.

 

1317. nadir [noun]

最下点、天底

the point at which something is at its lowest value or level:

The defeat was the nadir of her career.

 

1318. nanny [noun]

ベビーシッター、乳母

a person whose job is to take care of a particular family's children:

They have a male nanny for their kids.

 

1319. nascent [adjective]

発生しかけている、初期の

in the earliest stages of development:

Everyone in this nascent business is still struggling with basic issues.

 

1320. natty [adjective]

さっぱりした、こぎれいな

stylish and tidy in every detail:

He's always been a natty dresser.

 

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1321. naysayer [noun]

反対する人

someone who says something is not possible, is not good, or will fail:

He ignored the naysayers and persevered.

 

1322. nebulous [adjective]

不透明な、曇った

unclear and lacking form:

Scientists are not certain why nebulous gas balls rotate around the planet.

 

1323. necromancy [noun]

魔術、妖術

the act of communicating with the dead in order to discover what is going to happen in the future, or black magic:

It seems that some people still believe in necromancy.

 

1324. nefarious [adjective]

極悪な、不正な

morally bad:

The company's CEO seems to have been involved in some nefarious practices.

 

1325. negate [verb]

否定する、取り消す

to cause something to have no effect:

The increase in our profits has been negated by the rising costs of running the business.

 

1326. neologism [noun]

新造語

a new word or expression, or a new meaning for an existing word:

The neologism became so popular that it was added to most dictionaries.

 

1327. neophyte [noun]

初心者、新改宗者

someone who has recently become involved in an activity and is still learning about it:

Because I have very little computer experience, I am a neophyte when it comes to working with most software programs.

 

1328. nettle [verb]

いらいらさせる、悩ます

to make someone annoyed or slightly angry:

My brother will often nettle me by reading my diary.

 

1329. nexus [noun]

結びつき、つながり

an important connection between the parts of a system or a group of things:

The school cafeteria is the nexus of student activity.

 

1330. noble [adjective]

高貴な、崇高な

moral in an honest, brave, and kind way:

His followers believe they are fighting for a noble cause.

 

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1331. nobleman [noun]

貴族、華族

a member of the nobility:

The wealthy nobleman has never worked a day in his life.

 

1332. noisome [adjective]

有害な、嫌なにおいのする

very unpleasant and offensive:

The dog’s noisome odor is making me physically ill.

 

1333. nominal [adjective]

名ばかりの、取るに足らない

in name or thought but not in fact or not as things really are:

The court gave me a nominal award that did not cover the cost of my car repairs.

 

1334. nonchalant [adjective]

無頓着な、無関心な

behaving in a calm manner, often in a way that suggests you are not interested or do not care:

The rich man was very nonchalant about wrecking his car.

 

1335. nonplus [verb]

当惑する、途方に暮れる

to cause to be at a loss as to what to say, think, or do:

The aggressive questioning at the job interview nonplussed the applicant.

 

1336. nontrivial [adjective]

重要な、些細でない

not trivial:

In contrast to previous theoretical work, our model economy includes a nontrivial role for external finance in the financial development process.

 

1337. normative [adjective]

標準の、規範的な

relating to rules, or making people obey rules, especially rules of behavior:

His basic attitude toward language is highly normative.

 

1338. nostrum [noun]

妙薬、万能薬

a usually questionable remedy or scheme:

Although my sister is not a doctor, she is always quick to suggest a nostrum to her friends.

 

1339. notoriety [noun]

悪名、悪評

the state of being famous for something bad:

The notoriety of violence in the downtown area keeps many tourists from visiting that part of the city.

 

1340. notwithstanding [adverb]

それにもかかわらず、それでも

despite the fact or thing mentioned:

Notwithstanding his injured knee, the football player made two touchdowns.

 

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1341. nourish [verb]

養う、育成する

to provide people or animals with food in order to make them grow and keep them healthy:

The kindergartners were told they needed to nourish their plant seeds with water and sunlight.

 

1342. novice [noun]

初心者、新改宗者

a person who is beginning to learn a job or an activity and has little or no experience or skill in it:

I’m just a novice at making videos.

 

1343. noxious [adjective]

有害な、毒のある

poisonous or harmful:

Besides being annoying, the mosquito is a noxious insect that can carry and transmit a number of potentially fatal diseases.

 

1344. nugatory [adjective]

役に立たない、価値がない

worth nothing or of little value:

Jim’s nugatory comments contributed nothing to the class discussion.

 

1345. nuisance [noun]

有害、迷惑

something or someone that annoys you or causes trouble for you:

Until Jill planted a vegetable garden, she never knew a raccoon could be such a nuisance.

 

1346. obdurate [adjective]

頑固な、無情な

extremely determined to act in a particular way and not to change despite what anyone else says:

The president remains obdurate on immigration.

 

1347. obfuscate [verb]

困惑させる、鈍らせる

to make something less clear and harder to understand, especially intentionally:

She was criticized for using arguments that obfuscated the main issue.

 

1348. oblique [adjective]

斜めの、間接的な

not direct, so that the real meaning is not immediately clear:

To avoid worrying his wife, the man made an oblique statement about the seriousness of his medical condition.

 

1349. obliterate [verb]

消滅させる、除去する

to remove all signs of something, either by destroying it or by covering it so that it cannot be seen:

The dictator’s army is going to obliterate the rebel’s small village in less than five minutes.

 

1350. obloquy [noun]

悪口、誹謗

very strong public criticism or blame:

His controversial essays have brought him much obloquy.

 

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1351. obscure [adjective]

分かりにくい、見えにくい

not clear and difficult to understand or see:

The obscure writer was not known in the literary community.

 

1352. obscurity [noun]

無名、不明瞭

the state of not being known to many people:

The teen heartthrob came out of obscurity and became one of the most famous entertainers in the world.

 

1353. obsequious [adjective]

こびへつらう、追従的な

too eager to praise or obey someone:

She is almost embarrassingly obsequious to anyone in authority.

 

1354. obsess [verb]

悩ます、取りつく

to engage in obsessive thinking:

She used to obsess about her weight.

 

1355. obsolescence [noun]

退化、老朽化

the process of becoming no longer useful or needed:

Older versions had passed into obsolescence and a new version was already on the market.

 

1356. obsolete [adjective]

時代遅れの、廃れた

not in use any more, having been replaced by something newer and better or more fashionable:

Many people believe the Internet has made the postal service obsolete.

 

1357. obstinate [adjective]

頑固な、強情な

unreasonably determined, especially to act in a particular way and not to change at all, despite what anyone else says:

Everyone described my grandfather as the most obstinate man alive.

 

1358. obstreperous [adjective]

騒々しい、手に負えない

difficult to deal with and noisy:

Because my nephew is obstreperous, he often gets in trouble at school.

 

1359. obtuse [adjective]

鈍い、鈍感な

stupid or slow to understand:

The obtuse young man had a hard time understanding the simple instructions.

 

1360. obviate [verb]

取り除く、不要にする

to remove a difficulty, especially so that action to deal with it becomes unnecessary:

We replaced the old mechanisms because we wanted to obviate any nervousness about potential breakdown.

 

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1361. occlude [verb]

ふさぐ、閉じる

to block something:

It is quite dangerous when blood clots occlude the flow of oxygen in the human body.

 

1362. oddity [noun]

奇妙、変人

someone or something that is strange and unusual:

I was puzzled by the oddity of her behaviour.

 

1363. odious [adjective]

不愉快な、憎らしい

extremely unpleasant and causing or deserving hate:

You must clean the kitchen regularly to avoid having an odious smell in your home.

 

1364. odyssey [noun]

長期の放浪、長い冒険

a long trip or period involving a lot of different and exciting activities:

My twenty-year odyssey in the army allowed me to visit eighteen countries.

 

1365. officious [adjective]

おせっかいな、差し出がましい

too eager to tell people what to do and having too high an opinion of your own importance:

He's an officious little man and widely disliked in the company.

 

1366. olfactory [adjective]

嗅覚の、嗅覚器の

connected with the ability to smell:

The hound dog used his olfactory sense to locate the missing girl.

 

1367. oligarchy [noun]

寡頭政治、少数独裁政治

a government in which power is held by a small group of people:

In our small religious community, the major decisions of the town are made by the oligarchy, which is composed of six wise men.

 

1368. ominous [adjective]

不吉な、縁起の悪い

suggesting that something unpleasant is likely to happen:

Because of the ominous music, we knew something bad was about to happen in the movie.

 

1369. omission [noun]

省略、脱落

the fact of not including something that should have been included, or the thing that is not included:

The omission of my name from the Honor Roll List made me regret the fact I had played around all semester.

 

1370. omnipotent [adjective]

全能の、絶対的な影響力を持つ

having unlimited power and able to do anything:

My teenager daughter likes to believe that she is omnipotent in our household.

 

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1371. omnipresent [adjective]

偏在する、どこにでもいる

present or having an effect everywhere at the same time:

The soccer coach described his star player as being omnipresent, all over the field at once.

 

1372. onerous [adjective]

面倒な、煩わしい

difficult to do or needing a lot of effort:

Taking care of the puppy is an onerous task.

 

1373. onomatopoeia [noun]

擬音、擬音語

the act of creating or using words that include sounds that are similar to the noises the words refer to:

My class assignment involves writing a poem that contains onomatopoeia, a word that sounds exactly like its pronunciation.

 

1374. opaque [adjective]

不透明な、光沢のない

preventing light from travelling through, and therefore not transparent or translucent:

Because my privacy is important to me, I have opaque blinds on all my windows.

 

1375. opine [verb]

意見を述べる、考えを述べる

to express an opinion:

Rather than disagree with my husband in public, I waited until we got home to opine my thoughts on the subject.

 

1376. opportunistic [adjective]

日和見の

using a situation to get power or an advantage:

The opportunistic couple tried to take advantage of the elderly man, convincing him to sign over his home.

 

1377. oppress [verb]

圧迫する、迫害する

to govern people in an unfair and cruel way and prevent them from having opportunities and freedom:

Throughout history, racist groups have tried to oppress minorities by way of force and fear.

 

1378. opprobrium [noun]

不名誉、軽蔑

severe criticism and blame:

International opprobrium has been heaped on the country following its attack on its neighbours.

 

1379. opulent [adjective]

贅沢な、裕福な

expensive and luxurious:

The couple spent over eighty thousand dollars on opulent kitchen appliances.

 

1380. ornithology [noun]

鳥類学

the study of birds:

It is essential that we continue to maintain our knowledge of ornithology, and that sort of activity is necessary at times.

 

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1381. orotund [adjective]

響き渡る、大げさな

marked by fullness, strength, and clarity of sound:

Because the politician made an orotund speech about his wealthy upbringing, he lost favor with the middle class voters.

 

1382. ossify [verb]

硬化する、骨化する

to become hardened or conventional and opposed to change:

The bones are delicate and feebly ossified.

 

1383. ostensible [adjective]

表向きの、うわべの

appearing or claiming to be one thing when it is really something else:

Their ostensible goal was to clean up government corruption, but their real aim was to unseat the government.

 

1384. ostentatious [adjective]

見栄を張る、これ見よがしな

too obviously showing your money, possessions, or power, in an attempt to make other people notice and admire you:

Even though Larry has a gigantic art collection, he does not present it in an ostentatious manner to everyone who enters his home.

 

1385. ostracize [verb]

追い出す、排斥する

to avoid someone intentionally, or to prevent someone from taking part in the activities of a group:

The board directors ostracized him after he criticized the company in public.

 

1386. outlaw [verb]

非合法化する、禁止する

to make something illegal or unacceptable:

The new law will outlaw smoking in public places.

 

1387. outlay [noun]

支出、出費

an amount of money spent for a particular purpose, especially as a first investment in something:

For a relatively small outlay, you can start a home hairdressing business.

 

1388. outmoded [adjective]

時代遅れの、旧式の

no longer modern, useful, or necessary:

Propeller aircraft were swiftly outmoded by jet aircraft after the 70s.

 

1389. outright [adjective]

完全な、率直な

complete:

We wanted an outright record of what everyone said.

 

1390. outsmart [verb]

出し抜く、うまく立ち回る

to obtain an advantage over someone by using your intelligence and often by using a trick:

In the story, the cunning fox outsmarts the hunters.

 

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1391. outstrip [verb]

上回る、追い越す

to be or become greater in amount, degree, or success than something or someone:

Even though the marathon runner was a senior citizen, he could outstrip the young 20-year old due to his experience in running.

 

1392. overarching [adjective]

包括的な、支配的な

most important, because of including or affecting all other areas:

The boss set some overarching goals for his employees that they must work on immediately in addition to a few minor goals to do in their spare time.

 

1393. overshadow [verb]

暗くする、見劣りさせる

to cause someone or something to seem less important or less happy:

My happiness was overshadowed by the bad news.

 

1394. overt [adjective]

明白な、公然の

done or shown obviously or publicly:

In some countries, racial prejudice is overt and not disguised in the least.

 

1395. overweening [adjective]

横柄な、傲慢な

being too proud or confident in yourself:

Ever since Jim won the contest, he has been overweening and acting as though he is the smartest kid on earth.

 

1396. overwrought [adjective]

興奮した、凝りすぎた

in a state of being upset, nervous, and worried:

When she was not awarded a scholarship, the student became overwrought.

 

1397. paean [noun]

賛歌、勝利の歌

a song, film, or piece of writing that praises someone or something very enthusiastically:

After losing the game, the team was disappointed not to sing their victory paean.

 

1398. pagan [adjective]

異教徒の、無宗教の

belonging or relating to a modern religion that includes beliefs and activities that are not from any of the main religions of the world:

The missionary wanted to share his religion with every pagan he encountered.

 

1399. painstaking [adjective]

勤勉な、労を惜しまない

extremely careful and correct, and involving a lot of effort:

He was described by his colleagues as a painstaking journalist.

 

1400. palatable [adjective]

口に合う、好ましい

good enough to eat or drink:

While the wine will never win any awards, it is palatable for a dinner of meatloaf and potatoes.