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s开头的英文单词编号单词解释1Sabbathn.安息日2sabbaticala.安息日的3sabern.军刀,骑兵,骑兵队4sablen.黑貂,adj.黑色的5sabotagen.阴谋破坏,颠覆活动6sabren.军刀,击剑用刀7sacn.囊8saccharinn.糖精9sacerdotala.僧侣的,祭司的,祭司制度的10sachemn.酋长,Tammany派的干部,政党领袖11sachetn.小袋,小香袋12sackn.袋,麻袋;开除13sackbutn.低音喇叭,竖琴的一种14sackclothn.制袋用粗麻布,粗布衣,麻衣15sacramentn.圣礼,圣事16sacramentaladj.圣礼的,圣事的,秘迹的,圣典的,圣17sacreda.上帝的;神圣的18sacrednessn.神圣不可侵犯性19sacrificen.&vt.牺牲;南祭20sacrificiala.牺牲的,献祭的,具有牺牲性的21sacrilegen.亵渎圣物,冒渎,悖理逆天的行为22sacrilegiousadj.亵渎神圣的23sacrosanctadj.神圣不可侵犯的24sadadj.悲哀的25saddenvt.使忧愁,使悲哀26saddlen.鞍子,马鞍27saddlern.制造马鞍的人,马具商,乘用之马28sadistica.虐待狂的,残酷成性的29sadlyadv.难过地,悲哀地;痛心的;伤心的;悲痛地,可惜;凄惨地;忧愁地悲哀地30sadnessn.悲痛,悲哀31safarin.狩猎旅行,长途考察32safeadj.安全的33safeguardn.保护措施;护照34safelyadv.安全地;平安地;可靠地;平安地;确实地35safetyn.安全,保险36saffronn.番红花,此花的花茎,番红花色37sagv.下陷,下垂,消沉38sagan.英勇故事,长篇小说39sagaciousadj.聪明的,睿智的40sagacityn.聪慧,洞S
sabotage - v. to damage or destroy as an act against an organization or nation ("The rebels sabotaged the railroad.")
sacrifice - v. to do without something or to suffer a loss for a belief, idea, goal or another person
sad - ad. not happy
safe - ad. away from harm or danger
sail - v. to travel by boat or ship
sailor - n. a person involved in sailing a boat or ship
salt - n. a white substance found in sea water and in the ground, used to affect the taste of food
same - ad. not different; not changed; like another or others
sand - n. extremely small pieces of crushed rock found in large amounts in deserts and on coasts
satellite - n. a small object in space that moves around a larger object; an object placed in orbit around the earth
satisfy - v. to give or provide what is desired, needed or demanded
save - v. to make safe; to remove from harm; to keep for future use
say - v. to speak; to express in words
school - n. a place for education; a place where people go to learn
science - n. the study of nature and the actions of natural things, and the knowledge gained about them
sea - n. a large area of salt water, usually part of an ocean
search - v. to look for carefully
season - n. one of the four periods of the year that is based on the earths position toward the sun (spring, summer, autumn, winter); a period of time based on different weather conditions ("dry season", "rainy season"); a period during the year when something usually happens ("baseball season")
seat - n. a thing to sit on; a place to sit or the right to sit there ("a seat in parliament")
second - ad. the one that comes after the first
secret - n. something known only to a few and kept from general knowledge; ad. hidden from others; known only to a few
security - n. freedom from danger or harm; protection; measures necessary to protect a person or place ("Security was increased in the city.")
see - v. to know or sense through the eyes; to understand or know
seed - n. the part of a plant from which new plants grow
seek - v. to search for ("They are seeking a cure for cancer."); to try to get ("She is seeking election to public office."); to plan to do ("Electric power companies are seeking to reduce their use of coal.")
seem - v. to appear to be ("She seems to be in good health.")
seize - v. to take quickly by force; to take control of quickly; to arrest
self X - n. all that which makes one person different from others
sell - v. to give something in exchange for money
Senate - n. the smaller of the two groups in the governments of some countries, such as in the United States Congress
send - v. to cause to go; to permit to go; to cause to be carried, taken or directed to or away from a place
sense - v. to come to know about by feeling, believing or understanding; n. any of the abilities to see, hear, taste, smell or feel
sentence - v. to declare the punishment for a crime; n. the punishment for a crime
separate - v. to set or keep people, things or ideas away from or independent from others; ad. not together or connected; different
series - n. a number of similar things or events that follow one after another in time, position or order
serious - ad. important; needing careful consideration; dangerous
serve - v. to work as an official; to be employed by the government; to assist or help
service - n. an organization or system that provides something for the public ("Schools and roads are services paid for by taxes."); a job that an organization or business can do for money; military organizations such as an army, navy or air force; a religious ceremony
set - v. to put in place or position; to establish a time, price or limit
settle - v. to end (a dispute); to agree about (a problem); to make a home in a new place
several - ad. three or more, but not many
severe - ad. not gentle; causing much pain, sadness or damage
sex - n. either the male or female group into which all people and animals are pided because of their actions in producing young; the physical activity by which humans and animals can produce young
shake - v. to move or cause to move in short, quick movements
shape - v. to give form to; n. the form of something, especially how it looks
share - v. to give part of something to another or others; n. a part belonging to, given to or owned by a single person or a group; any one of the equal parts of ownership of a business or company
sharp - ad. having a thin edge or small point that can cut or hurt; causing hurt or pain
she - pro. the girl or woman who is being spoken about
sheep - n. a farm animal used for its meat and hair
shell - v. to fire artillery; n. a metal container that is fired from a large gun and explodes when it reaches its target; a hard outside cover
shelter - v. to protect or give protection to; n. something that gives protection; a place of safety
shine - v. to aim a light; to give bright light; to be bright; to clean to make bright
ship - v. to transport; n. a large boat
shock - v. to cause to feel sudden surprise or fear; n. something that greatly affects the mind or emotions; a powerful shake, as from an earthquake
shoe - n. a covering for the foot
shoot - v. to cause a gun or other weapon to send out an object designed to kill; to use a gun
short - ad. lasting only for a small period of time; not long; opposite tall
should - v. used with another verb (action word) to show responsibility ("We should study."), probability ("The talks should begin soon."), or that something is believed to be a good idea ("Criminals should be punished.")
shout - v. to speak very loudly
show - v. to make something be seen; to make known; n. a play or story presented in a theater, or broadcast on radio or television, for enjoyment or education; something organized to be seen by the public
shrink - v. to make or become less in size, weight or value
sick - ad. suffering physically or mentally with a disease or other problem; not in good health
sickness - n. the condition of being in bad health
side - n. the outer surfaces of an object that are not the top or bottom; parts away from the middle; either the right or left half of the body
sign - v. to write ones name; n. a mark or shape used to mean something; evidence that something exists or will happen; a flat piece of material with writing that gives information
signal - v. to send a message by signs; n. an action or movement that sends a message
silence - v. to make quiet; to stop from speaking or making noise; n. a lack of noise or sound
silver - n. a valued white metal
similar - ad. like something else but not exactly the same
simple - ad. easy to understand or do; not difficult or complex
since - prep. from a time in the past until now ("I have known her since we went to school together.")
sing - v. to make music sounds with the voice
single - ad. one only
sink - v. to go down into water or other liquid
sister - n. a female with the same father or mother as another person
sit - v. to rest on the lower part of the body without the support of the legs; to become seated
situation - n. the way things are during a period of time
size - n. the space occupied by something; how long, wide or high something is
skeleton - n. all the bones of a human or other animal together in their normal positions
skill - n. the ability gained from training or experience
skin - n. the outer covering of humans and most animals
sky - n. the space above the earth
slave - n. a person owned or controlled by another
sleep - v. to rest the body and mind with the eyes closed
slide - v. to move smoothly over a surface
slow - v. to reduce the speed of; ad. not fast in moving, talking or other activities
small - ad. little in size or amount; few in number; not important; opposite large
smash - v. to break or be broken into small pieces by force; to hit or move with >force
smell - v. to sense through the nose; n. something sensed by the nose ("the smell of food cooking")
smoke - v. to use cigarettes or other tobacco products by burning them and breathing in the smoke; n. that which can be seen rising into the air like a cloud from something burning
smooth - ad. having a level surface; opposite rough
snow - n. soft, white pieces of frozen water that fall from the sky, usually in winter or when the air temperature is very cold
so - ad. in such a way that ("He held the flag so all could see it."); also; too ("She left early, and so did we."); very ("I am so sick."); as a result ("They were sick, so they could not come."); conj. in order that; for the purpose of ("Come early so we can discuss the plans.")
social - ad. of or about people or a group
soft - ad. not hard; easily shaped; pleasing to touch; not loud
soil - n. earth in which plants grow
soldier - n. a person in the army
solid - ad. having a hard shape with no empty spaces inside; strong; not in the form of a liquid or gas
solve - v. to find an answer; to settle
some - ad. of an amount or number or part not stated; not all
son - n. a persons male child
soon - ad. not long after the present time; quickly
sort - n. any group of people or things that are the same or are similar in some way; a kind of something
sound - n. fast-moving waves of energy that affect the ear and result in hearing; that which is heard
south - n. the direction to the right of a person facing the rising sun
space - n. the area outside the earths atmosphere where the sun, moon, planets and stars are; the area between or inside things
speak - v. to talk; to say words with the mouth; to express ones thoughts to others and exchange ideas; to give a speech to a group
special - ad. of a different or unusual kind; not for general use; better or more important than others of the same kind
speech - n. a talk given to a group of people
speed - v. to make something go or move faster; n. the rate at which something moves or travels; the rate at which something happens or is done
spend - v. to give as payment; to use ("He spends much time studying.")
spill - v. to cause or permit liquid to flow out, usually by accident
spirit - n. the part of a human that is not physical and is connected to thoughts and emotions; the part of a person that is believed to remain alive after death
split - v. to separate into two or more parts; to pide or break into parts
sport - n. any game or activity of competition involving physical effort or skill
spread - v. to become longer or wider; to make or become widely known
spring - n. the time of the year between winter and summer
spy - v. to steal or get information secretly; n. one who watches others secretly; a person employed by a government to get secret information about another country
square - n. a flat shape having four equal sides
stab - v. to cut or push into or through with a pointed weapon
stand - v. to move into or be in a position in which only the feet are on a surface; to be in one position or place
star - n. a mass of gas that usually appears as a small light in the sky at night, but is not a planet; a famous person, usually an actor or singer
start - v. to begin; to make something begin
starve - v. to suffer or die from a lack of food
state - v. to say; to declare; n. a political part of a nation
station - n. a place of special work or purpose ("a police station"); a place where passengers get on or off trains or buses; a place for radio or television broadcasts
statue - n. a form of a human, animal or other creature usually made of stone, wood or metal
stay - v. to continue to be where one is; to remain; to not leave; to live for a time ("They stayed in New York for two years.")
steal - v. to take without permission or paying
steam - n. the gas that comes from hot water
steel - n. iron made harder and stronger by mixing it with other substances
step - v. to move by lifting one foot and placing it in a new position; n. the act of stepping; one of a series of actions designed to reach a goal
stick - v. to attach something to another thing using a substance that will hold them together; to become fixed in one position so that movement is difficult ("Something is making the door stick."); n. a thin piece of wood
still - ad. not moving ("The man was standing still."); until the present or a stated time ("Was he still there?"); even so; although ("The job was difficult, but she still wanted to do it.")
stone - n. a small piece of rock
stop - v. to prevent any more movement or action; to come or bring to an end
store - v. to keep or put away for future use; n. a place where people buy things
storm - n. violent weather, including strong winds and rain or snow
story - n. the telling or writing of an event, either real or imagined
stove - n. a heating device used for cooking
straight - ad. continuing in one direction without turns
strange - ad. unusual; not normal; not known
street - n. a road in a city, town or village
stretch - v. to extend for a distance; to pull on to make longer or wider
strike - v. to hit with force; to stop work as a way to seek better conditions, more pay or to make other demands
strong - ad. having much power; not easily broken, damaged or destroyed
structure - n. the way something is built, made or organized; a system that is formed or organized in a special way; a building
struggle - v. to try with much effort; to fight with; n. a great effort; a fight
study - v. to make an effort to gain knowledge by using the mind; to examine carefully
stupid - ad. not able to learn much; not intelligent
subject - n. the person or thing being discussed, studied or written about
submarine - n. an underwater ship
substance - n. the material of which something is made (a solid, liquid or gas)
substitute - v. to put or use in place of another; n. a person or thing put or used in place of another
subversion - n. an attempt to weaken or destroy a political system or government, usually secretly
succeed - v. to reach a goal or thing desired; to produce a planned result
such - ad. of this or that kind; of the same kind as; similar to
sudden - ad. not expected; without warning; done or carried out quickly or without preparation
suffer - v. to feel pain in the body or mind; to receive or experience hurt or sadness
sugar - n. a sweet substance made from liquids taken from plants
suggest - v. to offer or propose something to think about or consider
summer - n. the warmest time of the year, between spring and autumn
sun - n. the huge star in the sky that provides heat and light to earth
supervise - v. to direct and observe the work of others
supply - v. to give; to provide; n. the amount of something that can be given or sold to others
support - v. to carry the weight of; to hold up or in position; to agree with others and help them reach a goal; to approve
suppose - v. to believe, think or imagine ("I suppose you are right."); to expect ("It is supposed to rain tonight.")
suppress - v. to put down or to keep down by force; to prevent information from being known publicly
sure - ad. very probable; with good reason to believe; true without question
surface - n. the outer side or top of something ("The rocket landed on the surface of the moon.")
surplus - n. an amount that is more than is needed; extra; ("That country has a trade surplus. It exports more than it imports.")
surprise - v. to cause a feeling of wonder because something is not expected; n. something not expected; the feeling caused by something not expected
surrender - v. to give control of oneself or ones property to another or others; to stop fighting and admit defeat
surround - v. to form a circle around; to be in positions all around someone or something
survive - v. to remain alive during or after a dangerous situation
suspect - v. to imagine or believe that a person is guilty of something bad or illegal; n. a person believed to be guilty
suspend - v. to cause to stop for a period of time
swallow - v. to take into the stomach through the mouth
swear in - v. to put an official into office by having him or her promise to carry out the duties of that office ("The chief justice will swear in the president.")
sweet - ad. tasting pleasant, like sugar
swim - v. to move through water by making motions with the arms and legs
sympathy - n. a sharing of feelings or emotions with another person, usually feelings of sadness
system - n. a method of organizing or doing something by following rules or a plan; a group of connected things or parts working together for a common purpose or goal女性:

SABRINA(拉丁语)来自边界。人们认为SBRINA是美丽性感的女子,热情而俏皮。

SANDRAAlexandra的简写。Sandra这个名字给人两种印象,一种是聪明的金发女子,坚决有自主权;另一种则是丰满的女人,声音甜美个性随和。

SAMANTHA(亚拉姆语)"倾听者。SAMANTHA给人两种印像:一个是聪明,美丽的女子,另一个则是难缠的中年妈妈。

SAMMYSAMSON,SAMUEL的简写。SAMMY给人的直接印象来自Sammy Davis,Jr。人们将SAMMY看做纤细的黑人明星,风趣多才多艺。

SANDYSANDRA的简写。SANDY被形容为年轻的金发女子,聪明,好动,爱玩,善良且平易近人。

SARAH (希伯来)"公主"。 Sarah这个名字让人联想到矮小,美丽,卷发的女孩,保守又友善。

SELMA(斯甘地拉维亚语)庄严的保护着。人们说SELMA是个适合年长,次等阶级,自以为无所不知的南方女人名字。

SELINA 月光之意。Selina给人的印象是个性开朗,面貌柔美的女子,温柔娴熟,但有人认为她的个性阴晴不定难以捉摸。

SERENA (拉丁)"温和;沉着的"。SERENA给人两种不同的印象:可爱活泼充满惊喜的女孩;或是文静胆怯,虔诚的信徒。

SHARON(希伯来文)同Sarah。大部份人期待的Sharon是娇小可爱,中层阶级的金发女子,友善,甜美,聪慧。有人则认为Sharon是害羞迟钝的。

SHELLEY(老式英语)意为州的牧场,同SHEILA,SHELBY,SHIRLEY。SHELLEY给人两种不同的印象:一个是可爱聪明,眼高于人的中学美少女;或是愚蠢又矮又胖多话的女孩。

SHERRY,CHERIE同CHARLOTTE,CHER,SARAH,SHIRLEY.大部份人把SHERRY想成可爱娇小,圆润的金发女孩,友善,逢场作戏,然而却十分健忘。

SHIRLEY(老式英语)"来自耀眼的牧场"。人们将SHIRLEY描绘成灰发版的Shirley Temple-可爱,甜美,卷发,娃娃脸,有点过重。

SILVIA(拉丁文)"来自森林",在多数人的心里,SILVIA是个美丽富有的女人,冷静,循规蹈矩,精明的女商人。

STACY ANASTASIA的简称。STACY被形容是娇小可爱,年轻的红发女子,活泼,外向喜欢开玩笑。

STELLA(拉丁)"星星"之意;ESTELLE的简写。大部份人认无STELLA是穿着朴素,古板,努力的工作者,反应迟钝号发牢骚者。

STEPHANIE(希腊)皇冠的意思。STEPHEN的女性型式。大部份的人认为STEPHANIE是纤细,美丽的女性,世故非常自我-模特儿,大概是吧。有些人认为她是非常善良的女孩。

SUE Susan的简写。Sue给人两种不同的印象:一是传统家居的美国女孩,既甜美又体贴;或是美丽,有着致命吸引力的女人。

SUE Susan的简写。Sue给人两种不同的印象:一是传统家居的美国女孩,既甜美又体贴;或是美丽,有着致命吸引力的女人。

SUNNY(英文)"聪颖,快乐的":SONIA的简写。如同名字所给的意思,SUNNY被视做聪颖快乐外向,令人喜爱,性感但有点没大脑,喜欢参加派对的女孩。

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英文名字大全

Saar 风暴 男性 希伯来
Saber 剑 男性 法语
Sabino 塞宾人 男性 拉丁语
Sabola 胡椒 男性 埃及
Sacha 人类的帮助者和保卫者 男性 俄语
Sachchit 真相,意识 男性 印度
Sachiel 水之天使 男性 希伯来
Saeran 高贵 男性 凯尔特
Safford 柳树河渡口 男性 英语
Sagar 国王 男性 印度
Sagiv 强大有力量的 男性 希伯来
Sahadev 王子 男性 印度
Sahale 在上面 男性 美洲土著
英文名字大全
Sahen 猎鹰 男性 印度
Sahib 先生 男性 印度
Salim 和平 男性 非洲
Salisbury 干旱的小镇 男性 盎格鲁撒克逊
Salman 保护者,征服者 男性 阿拉伯
Saloman 和平的 男性 希伯来
Salvador 救世主 男性 西班牙
Salvio 被拯救 男性 拉丁语
Sam Samuel的昵称;上帝听得到 男性 希伯来
Samien 被听到 男性 阿拉伯
Samir 风 男性 印度
Sammon 杂货商 男性 阿拉伯
Sampath 男性 印度
Samson 像太阳一样 男性 希伯来
Samudra 大海之神 男性 印度
Samuel 上帝听得到 男性 希伯来
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STELLA(拉丁)"星星"之意;ESTELLE的简写。大部份人认无STELLA是穿着朴素,古板,努力的工作者,反应迟钝号发牢骚者。
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