學術寫作上常誤用及誤解的字彙 B 為開頭的字彙 Common Mistakes in Academic English Writing: Words Beginning with the Letter B

誤解的字彙 B 為開頭的字彙

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bad, bade 及 badly
bad (BAHD) (adjective)
1. Not good, poor, inferior, below standard; faulty, defective: “Most people thought that Kellie’s a very bad singer.”
“Jarrod, your car won’t start if the battery is bad.”
2. Immoral, unethical, wrong: “Lying is a bad thing.”
3. Erroneous, wrong, incorrect: “Gretchen’s bad spelling kept her from becoming a secretary.”
bade (BAYD, BAHD) (verb)
To tell, to say, to wish: “Delia’s friend bade her farewell.”
“Hal bade his mother good-bye when he left for work.”
badly (BAHD lee) (adverb)
1. Poorly, improperly, incorrectly: “Elvin did the work very badly.”
2. Immorally, unethically, corruptly: “The army behaved badly toward the war prisoners.”
3. Very much, greatly, intensely: “Lorena’s tooth hurts badly.”
“Young Tyson wanted a new bicycle badly.”

bail, bail 及 bale
bail (BAYL) (noun)
A bond, a surety: “The accused are being held on $10,000 bail.”
bail (BAYL) (verb)
1. Post bond for, post bail for: “James, the brother of William, the accused, was going to bail him out of jail.”
2. Scoop, throw water out: “Bail the water out of the boat as quickly as possible.”
bale (BAYL) (noun)
1. A large amount of material; such as, hay, wood, paper, cotton, etc. which is pressed together tightly and often tied or wrapped: “The farmer loaded the big bale of hay on to the truck.”
“Hans, the stevedore, hauled one bale of cotton after another from the ship.”
2. That which causes ruin or sorrow: “Meghan was suffering the bale of woe and torment in her mental anguish.”

baited (BAYT’D) (verb)
To have placed something; such as, food or a bright lure on a hook or in a trap and used in the catching of animals: “Reed and Hiram baited their hooks in expectation that they would catch a lot of fish.”
bated (BAYT’D) (adjective)
In a nervous and excited state because it is not known what will happen: “Sonja waited for the answer with bated breath; that is, she nervously waited for the response to her request for work.”

band (BAND) (noun)
1. A group, a company, a party, or a crowd: “A band of students brought their grievances before the dean.”
2. Orchestra, ensemble, group: “The band played until midnight.”
3. A strip, circlet, strap; belt, collar, girdle: “Aurora’s hair was held in place by a velvet band.”
“A dark band of clouds was on the horizon.”
band (BAND) (verb)
To unite, to join, or to gather as a group: “Kirby, the student president, said that if we all band together, we can give our complaints greater strength.”
banned (BAND) (verb)
Prohibited, restricted, barred, excluded, banished: “Bicycles are banned from the new superhighway.”
“The school threatened to have the book banned because of its vulgar content.”

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英文學術寫作上常誤用及誤解的字彙

誤解的字彙 B

C 為開頭的字彙

D 為開頭的字彙

E 為開頭的字彙