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【完全版】GRE英単語例文集⑨|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⑨|801. fledgling~900. hasten

 

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⑨(801. fledgling~900. hasten)です。

 

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GRE General Test攻略のための必須英単語2163|801. fledgling~900. hasten

 

801. fledgling [noun]

ひな鳥、青二才

new and without experience:

The fledgling writer could use the benefit of a good editor.

 

802. fleet [adjective]

速い、束の間の

able to run quickly:

She was slight and fleet of foot.

 

803. flimsy [adjective]

うすっぺらい、もろい

very thin, or easily broken or destroyed:

Their flimsy tent offered little protection against the severe storm.

 

804. flora [noun]

植物相

all the plants of a particular place or from a particular time in history:

Flora in the eastern region includes over 7000 types of plants.

 

805. florid [adjective]

血色のよい、華やかな

tinged with red; elaborately decorated:

After being embarrassed by a marriage proposal at the basketball game, my sister had a florid face.

 

806. flout [verb]

軽蔑する、馬鹿にする

to intentionally disobey a rule or law, or to intentionally avoid behavior that is usual or expected:

He conducted business in his pajamas to flout convention.

 

807. fluke [noun]

まぐれ、幸運

something good that has happened that is the result of chance instead of skill or planning:

Since I didn’t study or attend class on a regular basis, it was simply a fluke that I passed the exam.

 

808. flummox [verb]

まごつかせる、当惑させる

to confuse someone so much that they do not know what to do:

The defense attorney’s questions were designed to flummox the prosecuting witness.

 

809. flux [noun]

流動、流入

continuous change:

Because the electricity is in flux, the hotel can’t guarantee that the air conditioning will work throughout the night.

 

810. foible [noun]

弱点、欠点

a small fault or foolish habit:

Although many people consider his impatience as a foible, I view it as a passion to get things done.

 

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811. foment [verb]

助長する、喚起する

to cause something bad or illegal to develop:

The publicity-hungry politician often made harsh statements about immigrants in order to foment unrest among the public.

 

812. for all

~にもかかわらず

despite:

For all her experience, she was still prone to nerves.

 

813. forage [verb]

糧秣をあさる、探し回る

to go from place to place searching for things that you can eat or use:

They were forced to forage for clothing and fuel in the past.

 

814. forbear [verb]

慎む、控える

to prevent yourself from saying or doing something, especially in a way that shows control, good judgment, or kindness to others:

He could not forbear from expressing his disagreement.

 

815. forbearance [noun]

寛容、自制

the quality of being patient and being able to forgive someone or control yourself in a difficult situation:

The police officer showed forbearance when he let the young thief off with a warning.

 

816. ford [noun]

浅瀬、歩いて渡れる場所

an area in a river or stream that is not deep and can be crossed on foot or in a vehicle:

He has stopped at the ford to let the horses drink.

 

817. forebear [noun]

先祖

an ancestor:

While researching my family tree, I noticed a forebear of mine was born in Iceland at the turn of the century.

 

818. forebode [verb]

予言する、予感がする

to foretell or predict:

Meteorologists forebode the bad weather, but their prediction was a lot milder than the actual storm.

 

819. foresight [noun]

先見の明、洞察力

the ability to judge correctly what is going to happen in the future and plan your actions based on this knowledge:

Barbara’s foresight led her to buy the stock before it tripled in value.

 

820. forestall [verb]

(先回りして)妨げる、そらす

to prevent something from happening by acting first:

We must act right now to forestall disaster.

 

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821. forgery [noun]

偽造、捏造

an illegal copy of a document, painting, etc. or the crime of making such illegal copies:

The art of forgery focuses on creating fakes of everything from money to paintings, making them look as real as possible.

 

822. forgo [verb]

見合わせる、慎む

to give up or do without:

I will forgo drinking at his birthday party because I am the designated driver.

 

823. formidable [adjective]

手ごわい、恐ろしい

strong and powerful, and therefore difficult to deal with if opposed to you:

The formidable hurricane lasted for 30 hours and destroyed a lot of buildings on the island.

 

824. forswear [verb]

公式に否認する、公式に止める

to make a serious decision to stop doing something:

Hopefully the new treaty will forswear nations from obtaining nuclear weapons.

 

825. forte [noun]

強み、長所

a strong ability, something that a person can do well:

Although dancing was her forte, she never considered having a career in entertainment.

 

826. fortress [noun]

要塞、要塞都市

a large, strong building or group of buildings that can be defended from attack:

The tall fortress was surrounded by a swampy moat and drawbridge to keep enemies out.

 

827. fortuitous [adjective]

偶然の、思いがけない

not planned, happening by chance:

His success depended on a fortuitous combination of circumstances and encounters.

 

828. founder [verb]

沈む、失敗する

to fail or be unsuccessful, because of problems:

In recent years, her career has been foundering.

 

829. fracas [noun]

けんか、騒ぎ

a noisy argument or fight:

The husband and wife were fined by the judge for starting a fracas in court.

 

830. fractious [adjective]

怒りっぽい、気難しい

easily upset or annoyed, and often complaining:

The inexperienced teacher found the fractious students difficult to control.

 

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831. frank [adjective]

率直な、あからさまな

honest, sincere, and telling the truth, even when this might be awkward or make other people uncomfortable:

A frank conversation was needed between the father and his unruly son.

 

832. fraught [adjective]

悩みの多い、不安に満ちた

causing or having extreme worry or anxiety:

Even though the contract looks good at first glance, it is actually fraught with contradictions.

 

833. frenetic [adjective]

熱狂的な、狂乱した

involving a lot of movement or activity; extremely active, excited, or uncontrollable:

The sales floor was even more frenetic than usual because of the big clearance sale yesterday.

 

834. frieze [noun]

装飾帯

a narrow piece of decoration along a wall, either inside a room or on the outside of a building just under the roof:

Containing the most famous frieze of all time, the Parthenon in Athens has a band of sculpture across the top.

 

835. froward [adjective]

強情な、ひねくれた

habitually disposed to disobedience and opposition:

The froward child refused to listen to her parents and was disobedient most of the time.

 

836. frugal [adjective]

質素な、倹約な

careful in spending money:

I wanted front row seats, but my frugal husband wanted to save a bundle by purchasing back row seats.

 

837. fulfillment [noun]

履行、実現

the act of doing something that you have promised or intended to do:

Many people experience a sense of fulfillment when they finally achieve their life’s dream, or even when they take a step towards it.

 

838. fulminate [verb]

激しく非難する、爆発する

to criticize strongly:

The disgruntled customer continued to fulminate over a price difference.

 

839. fulsome [adjective]

しつこい、度を超した

expressing a lot of admiration or praise for someone, often too much, in a way that does not sound sincere:

In an attempt to earn a promotion, she offended her boss with her fulsome compliments.

 

840. furious [adjective]

怒り狂う、激怒した

extremely angry:

The prospective cadet was furious with himself for oversleeping and disqualifying himself from the academy.

 

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841. furnish [verb]

備え付ける、供給する

to put furniture in a place:

The advertisement stated that the owners would furnish the apartment with tables, chairs, beds and a couch.

 

842. furtive [adjective]

こそこそした、人目を気にする

done or acting secretly and quietly to avoid being noticed:

She walked outside in a furtive manner so that her parents would not see her.

 

843. fusion [noun]

融合、連合

an occasion when two or more things join or are combined:

The movie displayed a perfect fusion of image and sound.

 

844. futile [adjective]

役に立たない、無益な

having no effect or achieving nothing:

The president described these activities as futile.

 

845. gaffe [noun]

失敗、失態

an embarrassing mistake:

Because of the quarterback’s gaffe, our team lost the big game.

 

846. gainsay [verb]

反論する、否定する

to refuse to accept something as the truth:

Since he told the truth on the witness stand, no one was able to gainsay his statement.

 

847. gambol [verb]

ふざける、はねまわる

to run and jump in a happy way:

Because of the rain, students are unable to gambol on the playground during recess.

 

848. garland [noun]

花輪、栄誉

a circle made of flowers and leaves worn around the neck or head as a decoration:

She twined the flowers into a garland.

 

849. garment [noun]

衣類、着物

a piece of clothing:

The saleswoman are very knowledgeable while helping me find the right garment to wear at my cousin’s wedding.

 

850. garner [verb]

集める、蓄える

to get or earn something valuable or respected, often with difficulty:

The teacher allowed us to put up posters to garner interest in our club fundraiser.

 

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851. garrulous [adjective]

口数の多い、冗長な

having the habit of talking a lot, especially about things that are not important:

Though my window is closed, I can still hear my garrulous neighbors loudly gossip in the night.

 

852. gauche [adjective]

気が利かない、ぎこちない

awkward and uncomfortable with other people, especially because young and without experience:

His gauche table manners make me cringe, especially when he tries to talk with his mouth full.

 

853. gaudy [adjective]

華やかな、けばけばしい

having too many bright colors:

When she returned from the nail salon, she showed me her gaudy nails that were painted bright orange.

 

854. genial [adjective]

親切な、(気候が)穏やかな

friendly and pleasant:

The genial hosts made sure everyone enjoyed the party.

 

855. genuine [adjective]

本物の、真の

real and exactly what it appears to be:

Throughout history, many con artists have tried to pass off fake items as genuine holy relics.

 

856. germane [adjective]

適切な、関係のある

being relevant and appropriate:

Since we were running out of time, our professor asked us to limit our questions to those germane to today’s lecture.

 

857. gestation [noun]

妊娠、形成期間

the period of the development of a child or young animal while it is still inside its mother's body:

The baby was born prematurely at 28 weeks gestation.

 

858. gist [noun]

要点、要旨

the most important pieces of information about something, or general information without details:

The first paragraph of the report should provide readers with the gist of the paper.

 

859. give teeth

実効性をもたせる

to make something stronger or more effective, especially a rule or piece of legislation:

The severe penalty really gives teeth to the law.

 

860. glacial [adjective]

氷河の、無情な

extremely unfriendly:

She gave me a glacial smile when we passed each other on the stairs.

 

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861. glib [adjective]

うわべだけの、口先だけの

speaking or spoken in a confident way, but without careful thought or honesty:

The glib comments he made about the brewing conflict tells me that he is not very well-informed about the subject.

 

862. glower [verb]

にらみつける、顔をしかめる

to look very angry, annoyed, or threatening:

After the boxers shook hands, they began to glower at each other.

 

863. goad [verb]

棒で突く、刺激する

to make a person or an animal react or do something by continuously annoying or upsetting them:

As a teacher, she was constantly looking for positive ways to goad her students into learning more.

 

864. gossamer [adjective]

薄い、繊細な

very delicate and light:

Her white gossamer scarf was practically transparent.

 

865. gouge [noun]

丸のみ(たがね)、穴

a hole that has been made roughly or violently:

The refrigerator's legs left gouges in the vinyl flooring when I moved it out to clean behind it.

 

866. graft [verb]

接ぎ木する、移植する

to take and put in place a graft:

Skin was removed from her leg and grafted on her face.

 

867. grandiloquent [adjective]

大げさな、誇大した

a lofty, extravagantly colorful, pompous, or bombastic style, manner, or quality especially in language:

Even though Rick did not understand the grandiloquent words, he still used them to impress his wealthy friends.

 

868. grandiose [adjective]

壮大な、おおげさな

larger and containing more detail than necessary, or intended to seem important or great:

The idea of throwing a party on top of the swimming pool seemed quite grandiose to everyone in the room.

 

869. grandstand [verb]

派手に見せる、観客を喜ばせる

to play or act so as to impress onlookers:

The senator doesn't hesitate to grandstand if it makes her point.

 

870. gratify [verb]

喜ばせる、満足させる

to please someone, or to satisfy a wish or need:

Hopefully, the chocolate bar will gratify my desire for something sweet.

 

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871. grating [adjective]

耳障りな、不快な

causing irritation or annoyance:

The sound of his grating voice complaining all day was driving me crazy.

 

872. gratuitous [adjective]

余計な、必要のない

not necessary, or with no cause:

Even though I had been looking forward to seeing the movie, I walked out of the theater after thirty minutes because of so much gratuitous foul language.

 

873. gregarious [adjective]

社交的な、集団を好む

liking to be with other people:

She is such a gregarious and outgoing person.

 

874. grievance [noun]

不平、苦情

a complaint or a strong feeling that you have been treated unfairly:

His grievance against her neighbor has turned into a civil lawsuit.

 

875. grievous [adjective]

悲しむべき、耐えがたい

having very serious effects or causing great pain:

A verbal insult can sometimes cause a more grievous injury than any physical assault.

 

876. grizzle [verb]

灰色にする、(子供が)ぐずる

to make grayish:

His grizzled beard was no longer black like it was in his youth.

 

877. groan [noun]

うめき声、不平

a deep, long sound showing great pain or unhappiness:

The rescuers could hear the groans of someone trapped in the rubble.

 

878. grouse [verb]

不平を言う、ぶつぶつ言う

to complain:

She's always grousing about how she's been treated by the manager.

 

879. grovel [verb]

腹ばいになる、ひれ伏す

to lie facing the ground, especially in fear, or to behave toward someone in a way that shows that you are small and unimportant and the other person is powerful:

The dog was willing to grovel for the biscuit.

 

880. guile [noun]

ずるい、不誠実

clever but sometimes dishonest behavior that you use to deceive someone:

Although she pretends to be sweet and innocent, she has used her guile to become one of the most popular celebrities in the world.

 

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881. guise [noun]

外観、服装

the appearance of someone or something, especially when intended to deceive:

Under the guise of a police officer, the crook walked into the bank and easily robbed the tellers.

 

882. gullible [adjective]

騙されやすい、のろまな

easily deceived or tricked, and too willing to believe everything that other people say:

The gullible woman gave her money to a fake charity.

 

883. guru [noun]

指導者、専門家

an expert in a particular subject who gives advice:

Because the voice teacher is viewed as a musical guru, she has a two year waiting list for her classes.

 

884. gustatory [adjective]

味覚の、味の

connected with taste:

Masticatory and gustatory stimuli appear to stimulate salivation through different mechanisms.

 

885. hackneyed [adjective]

使い古した、平凡な

used or said so often that it seems ordinary, meaningless, or not sincere:

Politicians tend to repeat the same hackneyed expressions over and over again.

 

886. halcyon [adjective]

穏やかな、平和な

calm or peaceful:

I was very content during the halcyon days of my childhood.

 

887. hale [adjective]

壮健な、元気な

free from defect, disease, or infirmity:

Although he just turned eighty-five years old, Jimmy is still hale and healthy.

 

888. hallmark [noun]

証明、特徴

a typical characteristic or feature of a person or thing:

Simplicity is a hallmark of this design.

 

889. hallowed [adjective]

神聖な、神聖化された

very respected and praised because of great importance or great age:

Every word that the respected sage uttered was considered at once to be hallowed, sacred and holy.

 

890. hamstring [verb]

不自由にする、妨害する

to prevent an activity, or to block the effectiveness of someone or something:

The company was hamstrung by traditional but inefficient ways of conducting business.

 

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891. hand-wringing [noun]

(苦痛、自責のため)手を握り締める

clasping and squeezing of the hands, often in distress:

That led many political commentators to indulge in hand-wringing about how apathetic Californians were about representative government.

 

892. hanker [verb]

憧れる、渇望する

to have a strong desire for something:

The homesick woman began to hanker for a trip to see her parents.

 

893. hapless [adjective]

不運な、不幸な

unlucky and usually unhappy:

The hapless passengers were stranded at the airport for three days.

 

894. happenstance [noun]

偶然のできごと、思いも寄らぬできごと

chance or a chance situation, especially one producing a good result:

I found this delightful hotel by happenstance.

 

895. harangue [verb]

演説する、熱弁する

to speak to someone or a group of people, often for a long time, in a forceful and sometimes angry way, especially to persuade them:

He harangued the class for half an hour about not paying attention.

 

896. harbinger [noun]

先人、前ぶれ

a person or thing that shows that something is going to happen soon, especially something bad:

Everyone knows the groundhog is the harbinger of a change in seasons.

 

897. hard-line [adjective]

強硬路線の

extreme and severe and not likely to change:

The religious extremist would not change his hard-line views no matter who tried to convince him.

 

898. hardy [adjective]

頑丈な、たくましい

strong enough to bear extreme conditions or difficult situations:

Trees in the woodland are hardy, withstanding cold winters and severe weather in the spring.

 

899. harrowing [adjective]

痛ましい、悲惨な

extremely upsetting because connected with suffering:

She told us a harrowing tale of misfortunes.

 

900. hasten [verb]

急がせる、促進させる

to make something happen sooner or more quickly:

When the store manager saw the long lines at the registers, he called for more cashiers to hasten customer checkouts.