retrieve V. /重新得到;找回/recover; find and bring in. The dog was intelligent and quickly learned to retrieve the game
killed by the hunter.
retroactive ADJ. /反动的;(法律)追溯的(由制定之日前的某一天生效)/of a law that dates back to a period before its enactment.
Because the law was retroactive to the first of the year, we found she was eligible for the pension.
retrograde V. /倒退的/go backwards; degenerate. instead of advancing, our civilization seems to have retrograded in
ethics and culture. alsoADJ.
retrospective ADJ. /回顾的/looking back on the past. The Museum of Graphic Arts is holding a retrospective showing
of the paintings of Michael Whelan over the past two decades.
revelry N. /狂欢/boisterous merrymaking. New Year's Eve is a night of revelry
reverent ADJ. /尊敬的;可敬的/respectful; worshipful. Though I bow my head in church and recite the prayers,
sometimes I don't feel properly reverent. revere,V.
reverie N. /冥想;发呆;白日梦/daydream; musing. He was awakened from his reverie by the teacher's question. revert V. /回复;故态复萌/relapse; backslide; turn back to. Most of the time Andy seemed sensitive and mature, but
occasionally he would revert to his smart-alecky, macho, adolescent self.
revile V. /辱骂，谩骂，诽谤/attack with abusive language; vilify. Though most of his contemporaries reviled Captain Kidd
as a notorious, bloody-handed pirate, some of his fellow merchant-captains believed him innocent of his alleged crimes.
revoke V. /撤回;取消/cancel; retract. Repeat offenders who continue to drive under the influence of alcohol face
having their driver's licens es permanently revoked.
revulsion N. /剧变(情感的);抽回;收手/sudden violent change of feeling; reaction. Many people in this country who
admired dictatorships underwent a revulsion when they realized what Hitler and Mussolini were trying to do.
rhapsodize V. /狂热地描述;写狂想文，作狂想曲/to speak or write in an exaggeratedly enthusiastic manner. She greatly
enjoyed her Hawaiian vacation and rhapsodized about it for weeks.
rhetoric N. /说话的学问;花言巧语/art of effective communication; insincere language. All writers, by necessity, must be
skilled in rhetoric.
rhetorical ADJ. /修辞色彩的;花言巧语的/pertaining to effective communication; insincere in language. To win his
audience; the speaker used every rhetorical trick in the book.
ribald ADJ. /下流的;放荡的;亵渎的/wanton; profane. He sang a ribald song that offended many of the more prudish
riddle V. /刺出无数窟窿，打排孔;充斥，弥漫;通过粗眼筛子过滤;谜语;解决，解释;提出，解谜/pierce with holes; permeate or spread
throughout. With his machine gun, Tracy riddled the car with bullets till it looked like a slice of Swiss cheese. During the proofreaders' strike, the newspaper was riddled with typos.
rider N. /附文;扶手/amendment or clause added to a legislative bill. Senator Foghorn said he would support Senator
Filibuster's tax reform bill only if Filibuster agreed to add an antipollution riderto the bill.
rife ADJ. /普遍的/abundant; current. In the face of the many rumors of scandal, which are rife at the moment, it is best to
rift N. /裂缝;破口/opening; break. The plane was lost in the stormy sky until the pilot saw the city through a rift in the
rig V. /配备;装备/fix or manipulate. The ward boss was able to rig the election by bribing people to stuff the ballot boxes
with ballots marked in his candidate's favor.
rigid ADJ. /刚硬的;不屈的/stiff and unyielding; strict; hard and unbending. By living with a man to whom she was not
married, George Eliot broke Victorian society's most rigid rule of respectable behavior.
rigor N. /严格，苛刻;精确/severity. Many settlers could not stand the rigors of the New England winters. rigorous ADJ. /严峻的;严格的;严厉的/severe; harsh; demanding; exact. Disliked by his superiors, the officer candidate in An Officer and a Gentleman endured an extremely rigorous training program.
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