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【完全版】GRE英単語例文集⑰|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⑰|1601. prudish~1700. reprise

 

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GRE General Test攻略のための必須英単語2163|1601. prudish~1700. reprise

 

1601. prudish [adjective]

上品ぶる、気取る

marked by or exhibiting the characteristics of a prude:

My grandmother’s narrowminded and prudish viewpoints do not line up with today’s world views.

 

1602. prurient [adjective]

好色な、わいせつな

too interested in the details of another person's sexual behavior:

He denied that the article had been in any way prurient.

 

1603. puckish [adjective]

いたずら好きな、気まぐれな

liking to make jokes about other people and play silly tricks on them:

He has a puckish sense of humor.

 

1604. puerile [adjective]

小児の、子供っぽい

behaving in a silly way, not like an adult:

Since my son is thirty-three years of age, I do not find his puerile behavior amusing.

 

1605. pugilism [noun]

ボクシング、けんか

the art, practice, or profession of fighting with the fists:

The inexperienced boxer had a lot to learn about the sport of pugilism.

 

1606. pugnacious [adjective]

けんか好きな、けんかっ早い

wanting to start an argument or fight, or expressing an argument or opinion very forcefully:

The pugnacious little boy constantly talks back to his mother.

 

1607. puissance [noun]

権力、勢力

great strength, power, or influence:

His harsh puissance over the country led to his dictatorial leadership and strict control of its citizens.

 

1608. pulchritude [noun]

美しさ、容姿端麗

beauty, especially a woman's beauty:

Because we all know that beauty is only skin deep, you should always look beneath the pulchritude on the outside to see what’s going on in a person’s heart and soul.

 

1609. punctilious [adjective]

厳格な、几帳面な

very careful to behave correctly or to give attention to details:

Because my aunt is quite punctilious when it comes to table settings, every utensil must be turned properly.

 

1610. pundit [noun]

専門家、評論家

a person who knows a lot about a particular subject and is therefore often asked to give an opinion about it:

During the trial, the prosecutor will call on a pundit of forensics to link the evidence to the suspect.

 

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1611. pungent [adjective]

痛烈な、鋭い

very strong, sometimes in an unpleasant way:

When the pungent smell of rotten eggs filled the house, I held my nose.

 

1612. puny [adjective]

弱々しい、取るに足りない

small and weak, or not effective:

My car only has a puny little engine.

 

1613. purblind [adjective]

半盲の、鈍感な

lacking in vision, insight, or understanding:

Although the other experts agreed, the purblind critic refused to acknowledge that the painting was a fake.

 

1614. puritanical [adjective]

清教徒的な、厳格な

believing or involving the belief that it is important to work hard and control yourself, and that pleasure is wrong or unnecessary:

His coach believes in rules and regulations and has puritanical standards for behavior.

 

1615. purport [verb]

称する、意味する

to pretend to be or to do something, especially in a way that is not easy to believe:

The man used a fake badge to purport he was a law enforcement officer.

 

1616. pusillanimous [adjective]

臆病な、小心者の

weak and cowardly:

He's too pusillanimous to stand up to his opponents.

 

1617. putative [adjective]

うわさの、一般に思われている

generally thought to be or to exist, even if this may not really be true:

Even though there has not been a DNA test, everyone accepts him as the girl’s putative father.

 

1618. quagmire [noun]

苦境、泥沼

a difficult and dangerous situation:

Many young people do not realize the quagmire to which occasional drug use can lead.

 

1619. quail [verb]

衰える、気落ちする

to feel or show fear:

She quailed at his heartless words.

 

1620. quaint [adjective]

面白い、趣のある

attractive because of being unusual and especially old-fashioned:

In Spain, we visited a cobblestone plaza with quaint little cafés around its perimeter.

 

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1621. qualm [noun]

めまい、不安

an uncomfortable feeling when you doubt if you are doing the right thing:

She had no qualms about lying to the police.

 

1622. quandary [noun]

困惑、当惑

a state of not being able to decide what to do about a situation in which you are involved:

Because you are in a quandary and doubting your ability to make a decision, I suggest you talk to one of your friends about your problem.

 

1623. quantum [noun]

量子、量

the smallest amount or unit of something, especially energy:

Quantum mechanics was used to explain properties of several energy forms.

 

1624. quasar [noun]

準星

the centre of a galaxy that is very far away, producing large amounts of energy:

When the astronomer looked through his telescope, he was able to see a brightly lit object known as a quasar.

 

1625. quash [verb]

鎮圧する、抑える

to forcefully stop something that you do not want to happen:

The revolt was swiftly quashed by government troops.

 

1626. querulous [adjective]

不満の多い、文句ばかり言う

often complaining, especially in a weak high voice:

He became increasingly dissatisfied and querulous in his old age.

 

1627. query [noun]

質問、疑問

a question, often expressing doubt about something or looking for an answer from an authority:

The substitute teacher couldn’t respond to the student’s query because she was unfamiliar with the subject material.

 

1628. quibble [verb]

言い逃れをする、屁理屈を言う

to argue or complain about small and unimportant details:

He's always quibbling, so it is difficult to get a straight answer out of him.

 

1629. quiescent [adjective]

休止した、静かな

temporarily quiet and not active:

The political situation was now relatively quiescent.

 

1630. quintessential [adjective]

典型的な、真髄の

being the most typical example or most important part of something:

Before the arrival of modern means of communication, carrier pigeons were the quintessential means of message delivery.

 

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1631. quip [noun]

警句、名言

a humorous and clever remark:

The president responded to the journalist’s question with a clever quip.

 

1632. quixotic [adjective]

空想的な、非現実的な

having or showing ideas that are different and unusual but not practical or likely to succeed:

This is a vast, exciting and some say quixotic project.

 

1633. quorum [noun]

定足数

the number of members who must be present at a meeting in order for decisions to be officially made:

The quorum for meetings of the committee is two.

 

1634. quotidian [adjective]

日々の、平凡な

ordinary:

Television has become part of our quotidian existence.

 

1635. racket [noun]

騒ぎ、喧噪

an unpleasant loud continuous noise:

They were making such a racket outside that I couldn't get to sleep.

 

1636. raconteur [noun]

話し上手

someone who tells funny or interesting stories:

A screenwriter is a raconteur who simply puts his stories on paper.

 

1637. radical [adjective]

根本的な、急進的な

believing or expressing the belief that there should be great or extreme social or political change:

We need to make some radical changes to our operating procedures.

 

1638. raffish [adjective]

けばけばしい、安っぽい

not following usual social standards of behavior or appearance, especially in a careless and attractive way:

While many people found the singer’s raffish behavior interesting, others viewed it as completely unacceptable.

 

1639. rail [verb]

ののしる、毒づく

to complain angrily:

He railed at the injustices of the system.

 

1640. raiment [noun]

衣服、衣装

clothes:

The hurricane shelter provides housing, food, and raiment for people in need.

 

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1641. rally [verb]

呼び集める、盛り返す

to cause to come together in order to provide support or make a shared effort:

Supporters of the candidate began to rally around her at the latest election event.

 

1642. ramification [noun]

結果、分岐

the possible results of an action:

The trade embargo will be a damaging ramification to the financially distressed nation.

 

1643. rampage [verb]

暴れ回る、怒り狂う

to move, run, and do things in a wild, violent way:

The demonstrators rampaged through the town, smashing windows and setting fire to cars.

 

1644. rampant [adjective]

激しい、はびこる

getting worse quickly and in an uncontrolled way:

Diseases associated with contaminated water are rampant in the country.

 

1645. rancorous [adjective]

憎悪に満ちた、恨みのある

having or showing a feeling of hate and continuing anger about something in the past:

Mr. Heckles is a rancorous old man who is always unhappy and seemingly angry at everyone.

 

1646. rankle [verb]

怒らせる、いらだたせる

to make someone annoyed or angry for a long time:

The fact the train is leaving two hours late is certainly going to rankle the passengers.

 

1647. rant [verb]

わめく、怒鳴る

to speak or shout in a loud or angry way:

He's always ranting about the government.

 

1648. rapt [adjective]

心を奪われる、夢中になる

receiving someone’s full interest, or complete:

Whenever my favorite actor comes onscreen, I am rapt by his performance.

 

1649. rarefy [verb]

希薄にする、薄める

to become less solid or dense; to make something do this:

The humidifier will rarefy the room by putting moisture in the air.

 

1650. rash [adjective]

向こう見ずな、軽率な

careless or unwise, without thought for what might happen or result:

He made a rash decision and purchased a used vehicle without having it inspected.

 

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1651. rationale [noun]

根本的な理由、論理的な根拠

the reasons or intentions that cause a particular set of beliefs or actions:

During the debate, the politician must explain his rationale for his position on the argument.

 

1652. raucous [adjective]

耳障りな、騒々しい

loud and unpleasant:

Raucous laughter came from the next room.

 

1653. reactant [noun]

反応物、反応体

a chemical substance that reacts with another:

Hydrogen is a reactant which when combined with oxygen can make water.

 

1654. reactionary [adjective]

反動的な、保守的な

opposed to political or social change or new ideas:

The new president believes some of the government’s reactionary policies should be changed.

 

1655. rebut [verb]

論駁する、反論する

to argue that a statement or claim is not true:

The defense attorney tried hard to rebut the prosecutor’s accusation about the defendant.

 

1656. recalcitrant [adjective]

反抗的な、手に負えない

unwilling to do what you are asked or ordered to do, even if it is reasonable:

The recalcitrant teenager gets into trouble every day.

 

1657. recant [verb]

取り消す、撤回する

to announce in public that your past beliefs or statements were wrong or not true and that you no longer agree with them:

The judge ordered the magazine to recant the false statements about the actress.

 

1658. recapitulate [verb]

要約する、要点を繰り返す

to repeat the main points of an explanation or description:

At the start of each class, the professor will recapitulate yesterday’s lecture.

 

1659. reciprocal [adjective]

相互の、互恵的な

operating for both, especially equally or to a similar degree:

We have agreed to exchange information about our two companies, but strictly on a reciprocal basis.

 

1660. recluse [adjective]

人目を避けた、隠遁した

marked by withdrawal from society:

He was a recluse and quite child.

 

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1661. recoil [verb]

後ずさりする、はね返る

to move back because of fear or disgust:

I recoiled from the smell and the filth.

 

1662. recondite [adjective]

難解な、知られていない

not known about by many people and difficult to understand:

Because genetic engineering is so complicated, few people choose to work in this recondite area of research.

 

1663. recriminate [verb]

非難し返す、反訴する

to return an accusation against someone or engage in mutual accusations:

When he was called into civil court by his landlord, the defendant decided to recriminate him a counter-claim for the return of his deposit.

 

1664. recrudesce [verb]

再発する、ぶり返す

to break out or become active again:

The epidemic recrudesced after a period of quiescence.

 

1665. redact [verb]

編集する、作成する

to remove words or information from a text before it is printed or made available to the public:

The editor had to redact what was private in the court documents before releasing it to the media.

 

1666. redemption [noun]

買い戻し、償却

the act of exchanging shares or bonds for cash:

For redemptions of $50,000 or more, you must include a signature guarantee for each owner.

 

1667. redolent [adjective]

暗示する、匂いのする

smelling strongly of something or having qualities that make you think of something else:

The mountain air was redolent with the scent of pine needles.

 

1668. redouble [verb]

強める、増す

to make something much stronger:

We must redouble our efforts to provide help quickly.

 

1669. redoubtable [adjective]

恐るべき、尊敬すべき

producing respect and a little fear in others:

He is going to face the most redoubtable opponent of his boxing career tonight.

 

1670. redound [verb]

帰する、もたらす

to have a result that is an advantage to someone:

A good relationship with one's colleagues redounds to everyone's benefit.

 

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1671. redress [verb]

正す、是正する

to put right a wrong or give payment for a wrong that has been done:

The association had called for a substantial rise to redress a 30% decline in salaries.

 

1672. reflex [noun]

反射作用、反射

a physical reaction to something that you cannot control:

The doctor tapped the patient’s knee with a hammer to see if he could get trigger a reflex.

 

1673. refractory [adjective]

手に負えない、処理しにくい

difficult to control:

Because the prisoner acts in a refractory manner, he is accompanied by four guards whenever he leaves his cell.

 

1674. refulgent [adjective]

光輝く

shining with a bright light:

The sunlight appeared refulgent on the church’s window.

 

1675. refute [verb]

反論する、否定する

to prove a statement, opinion, or belief to be wrong or false:

The evidence provided by the prosecutor will refute the defendant’s claim of innocence.

 

1676. regale [verb]

楽しませる、もてなす

to entertain someone with stories or jokes:

The chef hoped his meal would regale the guests.

 

1677. regress [verb]

後退する、後戻りする

to return to a previous and less advanced or worse state, condition, or way of behaving:

When he stopped playing sports, he regressed to old habits and became more distant.

 

1678. reign [verb]

統治する、支配する

to rule a country, or to have power or control:

Queen Victoria reigned over Britain from 1837 to 1901.

 

1679. rejoinder [noun]

返答、応答

a quick answer, often given in a way that is competitive or amusing:

The boy was chastised when he responded to the teacher with a sarcastic rejoinder.

 

1680. rejuvenate [verb]

若返らせる、活気づける

to make someone look or feel young and energetic again:

He has decided to rejuvenate the team by bringing in a lot of new, young players.

 

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1681. relegate [verb]

追いやる、左遷する

to put someone or something into a lower or less important rank or position:

After the lead actors had been repeatedly late for rehearsal, the director decided to relegate them to the chorus and replace them with their understudies.

 

1682. relentless [adjective]

容赦のない、厳しい

continuing in a severe or extreme way:

The relentless marshal pursued the escaped prisoner for ten years.

 

1683. relish [verb]

~を好む、~を味わう

to like or enjoy something:

I enjoyed our vacation, but didn’t relish the twenty-hour trip back home.

 

1684. remedial [adjective]

治療のための、補習の

intended to correct something that is wrong or to improve a bad situation:

According to the doctor, a remedial surgery on my knee will improve my mobility.

 

1685. reminisce [verb]

追憶する、物思いにふける

to talk or write about past experiences that you remember with pleasure:

When I eat sugar cookies, I reminisce about the childhood hours I spent making the treats with my grandmother.

 

1686. remiss [adjective]

怠慢な、不注意な

careless and not doing a duty well enough:

If I let you go without food, I would be remiss in my responsibilities as a parent.

 

1687. remnant [noun]

残り、名残り

a small piece or amount of something that is left from a larger original piece or amount:

The abandoned plant was a remnant of the town’s once thriving economy.

 

1688. remonstrate [verb]

抗議する、異議を唱える

to complain to someone or about something:

I went to the boss to remonstrate against the new rules.

 

1689. remorse [noun]

後悔、自責の念

a feeling of sadness and being sorry for something you have done:

The psychopath appeared content and showed no remorse during the murder trial.

 

1690. rend [verb]

引き裂く、もぎ取る

to tear or break something violently:

They rent the cloth to shreds.

 

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1691. renege [verb]

(約束を)破る、取り消す

to fail to keep a promise or an agreement, etc.:

Although my father made a promise to extend my curfew, he later decided to renege upon his word and ordered me home by eleven.

 

1692. reparation [noun]

修正、補償

payment for harm or damage:

The company had to make reparation to the zoo animals who suffered ill health as a result of chemical pollution.

 

1693. repartee [noun]

巧妙な応答、即妙な会話

quick and usually funny answers and remarks in conversation:

The repartee between the two actors made the movie really funny.

 

1694. repast [noun]

食事

a meal:

Hoping to enjoy a romantic repast with her husband, she prepared his favorite dishes and lit candles.

 

1695. repel [verb]

追い払う、拒絶する

to force away something unwanted:

Because the dinner is being served outside, we’ll use special candles to repel insects from the table.

 

1696. repentant [adjective]

後悔している、懺悔する

feeling sorry for something that you have done:

The little boy was quite repentant for hitting his sister and apologized many times.

 

1697. repine [verb]

不平を言う、嘆く

to feel sad or complain about something, especially a bad situation:

While in prison the man did nothing but repine for his freedom.

 

1698. repose [noun]

静けさ、休養

the state of resting or lying down:

When you begin to meditate, you need to sit in repose and try to empty your mind of all thoughts.

 

1699. reprehensible [adjective]

非難すべき、咎められる

deserving blame:

Although it was not a crime, his conduct was thoroughly reprehensible.

 

1700. reprise [noun]

反復、繰り返し

a repeat of something:

The actor is planning a reprise of his role in the play.