考研单词aviation,continual,decisivePPT

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1.aviation /.eɪvi’eɪʃ(ə)n/

n.航空,航空学;飞机制造业

例:The British airline Flybe has recently collapsed with all its flights being canceled, and Virgin Atlantic, which sees a “sharp and continual drop in demand for flights,” has called on the government to offer a “clear, decisive, unwavering support” for the country’s aviation sector.

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2.called /kɔl/

a.所谓的,号称的

例:The British airline Flybe has recently collapsed with all its flights being canceled, and Virgin Atlantic, which sees a “sharp and continual drop in demand for flights,” has called on the government to offer a “clear, decisive, unwavering support” for the country’s aviation sector.

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3.continual /kənˈtɪnjuəl/

a.不间断的,不停的;多次重复的,频频的

例:The British airline Flybe has recently collapsed with all its flights being canceled, and Virgin Atlantic, which sees a “sharp and continual drop in demand for flights,” has called on the government to offer a “clear, decisive, unwavering support” for the country’s aviation sector.

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4.decisive /dɪˈsaɪsɪv/

a.决定性的;坚定的,果断的,决断的

例:The British airline Flybe has recently collapsed with all its flights being canceled, and Virgin Atlantic, which sees a “sharp and continual drop in demand for flights,” has called on the government to offer a “clear, decisive, unwavering support” for the country’s aviation sector.

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5.demand /dɪ’mænd/

v.要求,苛求

例:”The rapid spread of COVID-19, and associated government travel restrictions and advisories are having a significant and increasingly negative impact on the demand for global air traffic on almost all routes operated by IAG’s airlines,” said International Airlines Group (IAG) on Monday.

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6.dramatic /drəˈmætɪk/

a.引人注目的,突然的;戏剧性的;戏剧的 n.[-s]戏剧表演

例:With new isolation rules for arrivals in Australia, Australian Tourism Export Council on Monday warned of job losses, saying “the damage to our inbound tourism sector across Australia will deliver a significant blow to Australia’s economy and, with more than 600,000 people employed in tourism jobs, that will have a dramatic flow on to employment.

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7.economy /ɪˈkɑnəmi/

n.经济,经济制度,经济情况;省俭,节约,充分利用

例:With new isolation rules for arrivals in Australia, Australian Tourism Export Council on Monday warned of job losses, saying “the damage to our inbound tourism sector across Australia will deliver a significant blow to Australia’s economy and, with more than 600,000 people employed in tourism jobs, that will have a dramatic flow on to employment.

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8.employment /ɪm’plɔɪmənt/

n.工作,职业;雇用,使用

例:With new isolation rules for arrivals in Australia, Australian Tourism Export Council on Monday warned of job losses, saying “the damage to our inbound tourism sector across Australia will deliver a significant blow to Australia’s economy and, with more than 600,000 people employed in tourism jobs, that will have a dramatic flow on to employment.

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9.global /ˈɡloʊb(ə)l/

a.全球的,全世界的;总的,完整的

例:”The rapid spread of COVID-19, and associated government travel restrictions and advisories are having a significant and increasingly negative impact on the demand for global air traffic on almost all routes operated by IAG’s airlines,” said International Airlines Group (IAG) on Monday.

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10.impact /ɪmˈpækt/

n./v.影响,作用;冲击,碰撞

例:”The rapid spread of COVID-19, and associated government travel restrictions and advisories are having a significant and increasingly negative impact on the demand for global air traffic on almost all routes operated by IAG’s airlines,” said International Airlines Group (IAG) on Monday.

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11.increasingly /ɪnˈkrisɪŋli/

ad.日益,越来越多地

例:”The rapid spread of COVID-19, and associated government travel restrictions and advisories are having a significant and increasingly negative impact on the demand for global air traffic on almost all routes operated by IAG’s airlines,” said International Airlines Group (IAG) on Monday.

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12.negative /’neɡətɪv/

a.否定的;反面的,消极的;负的,阴性的 n.(照相的)负片;负数

例:”The rapid spread of COVID-19, and associated government travel restrictions and advisories are having a significant and increasingly negative impact on the demand for global air traffic on almost all routes operated by IAG’s airlines,” said International Airlines Group (IAG) on Monday.

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13.sector /’sektər/

n.部门,部分;防御地段,防区;扇形

例:The British airline Flybe has recently collapsed with all its flights being canceled, and Virgin Atlantic, which sees a “sharp and continual drop in demand for flights,” has called on the government to offer a “clear, decisive, unwavering support” for the country’s aviation sector.

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14.significant /sɪɡˈnɪfɪkənt/

a.相当数量的;重要的,意义重大的;意味深长的

例:”The rapid spread of COVID-19, and associated government travel restrictions and advisories are having a significant and increasingly negative impact on the demand for global air traffic on almost all routes operated by IAG’s airlines,” said International Airlines Group (IAG) on Monday.

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人民网原文:

“The rapid spread of COVID-19, and associated government travel restrictions and advisories are having a significant and increasingly negative impact on the demand for global air traffic on almost all routes operated by IAG’s airlines,” said International Airlines Group (IAG) on Monday.

The British airline Flybe has recently collapsed with all its flights being canceled, and Virgin Atlantic, which sees a “sharp and continual drop in demand for flights,” has called on the government to offer a “clear, decisive, unwavering support” for the country’s aviation sector.

With new isolation rules for arrivals in Australia, Australian Tourism Export Council on Monday warned of job losses, saying “the damage to our inbound tourism sector across Australia will deliver a significant blow to Australia’s economy and, with more than 600,000 people employed in tourism jobs, that will have a dramatic flow on to employment.”

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