必考多益片語 1 —
conforming to, just as, in consonance with, as stated in
Russian wells supply 11 percent of global oil consumption and 17 percent of natural gas usage, according to Goldman Sachs.
必考多益片語 2 —
amass, accumulate, heap, sum
On the other hand, if you do a lot of work travel, these kinds of expenses start to add up.
必考多益片語 3 —
fill the bill, do the trick
Within a matter of months, his agent had resold it to a new publisher, paying off his debt and securing a plan for publication.
必考多益片語 4 —
do, join in, launch
The government is now open to the idea of contributing money to a reconstructed Norwegian Air but expects private investors to pitch in as well.
必考多益片語 5 —
Take a look at
observe, inspect, check out
It was only for a couple of days, until she took a look at this grandmother, to see for herself.
必考多益片語 6 —
ask for, request, require, want
Opposition parties have called for a temporary reduction in fuel taxes, which Lindner rejected.
必考多益片語 7 —
cancel, drop, revoke
The hikes could later be revised or called off, according to changes in global shipping.
必考多益片語 8 —
The two firms are in agreement over the new deal. The lawyers will draw up the sales contract next week.
必考多益片語 9 —
It is intended to address public concerns about unsold products being destroyed or ending up in landfills.
必考多益片語 10 —
breakdown, decline, collapse
In every school, some kids fall through the cracks, but school nutrition touches everyone.
必考多益片語 11 —
consider, resolve, inspect
He tried to figure out later what had made him so angry.
必考多益片語 12 —
Back and forth
to and fro, backward and forward
After a little back and forth, they decided to meet for breakfast at six o’clock that morning.
必考多益片語 13 —
Take care of
She takes care of all the necessary arrangements.
必考多益片語 14 —
fall back, retreat
The United Nations has said it has received no information backing up such accusations.
必考多益片語 15 —
Once she was called up, she quickly made her way to her computer.
必考多益片語 16 —
accomplish, achieve, realize
Most of global commerce is carried out in dollars and euros, making it hard for Russia to avoid the currencies.
必考多益片語 17 —
drag out, prolong
At the same time, price increases and reductions in consumer spending imposed by the war are likely to be a drag on the economy.
必考多益片語 18 —
cut down, fall off
That business dried up almost completely at the beginning of the pandemic.
必考多益片語 19 —
identify, indicate, mention
Critics point out that as it’s now produced, hydrogen isn’t green, carbon-free or unlimited.
必考多益片語 20 —
bring down, get down
The bookstores were told to take down their special sections.