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Lesson nine The most dangerous game. To brighten 3. To become cheerful. The choice rests entirely with you 6. It’s up to you (It’s for you to decide) whether to play this game or not. To rest with sb to do sth 6. (fml) to be sb’s responsibility to do sth. May I venture to suggest…? 6.

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to brighten 3
To brighten 3
  • To become cheerful
the choice rests entirely with you 6
The choice rests entirely with you 6
  • It’s up to you (It’s for you to decide) whether to play this game or not.
to rest with sb to do sth 6
To rest with sb to do sth 6
  • (fml) to be sb’s responsibility to do sth
may i venture to suggest 6
May I venture to suggest…? 6
  • 我可否斗胆向你提个建议
to sip his wine 13
To sip his wine 13
  • To drink very slowly, taking small mouthfuls (called sips)
in a businesslike air 13
In a businesslike air 13
  • In a businesslike manner; in a practical way
to stroll from the room 14
To stroll from the room 14
  • To walk away slowly and in a relaxed way
to plunge 16
To plunge 16
  • To move suddenly and quickly
to get a grip on oneself 16
To get a grip on oneself 16
  • To start controlling one’s emotions; to calm down
to take stock of 16
To take stock of 16
  • To assess ; to make an appraisal of ; to size up (the situation)
lore 18
Lore 18
  • Knowledge
to blunder on 18
To blunder on 18
  • To go on blindly and unthinkingly
deliberately 21
Deliberately 21
  • Slowly and unhurriedly
to be intent on doing sth 27
To be intent on (doing) sth 27
  • To be determined to do or achieve sth, esp. sth that may cause damage
to sense the danger 27
To sense the danger 27
  • To feel that there is danger although there is no proof
but for 27
But for 27
  • Without
  • But for his timely warning, there would have been a terrible disaster
  • But for his stupid policies, the country would have been one of the richest in that area.
to take up 29
To take up 29
  • To continue an activity
to wrench back 30
To wrench back 30
  • To twist and pull it away
other uses of stake 30
Other uses of stake 30
  • His life is at stake.(风险)
  • Once people have property of their own, they will have a stake in the social stability.(投资股份;利益)
to fasten sth to a place 36
To fasten sth to a place 36
  • To tie sth to a place
to tumble 38
To tumble 38
  • To fall quickly and suddenly downward, esp. with a rolling movement.
he stood regarding 39
He stood regarding 39
  • He stood looking at (the blue green expanse of water)
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