1. stimulus n. 刺激
Her word of praise is a stimulus to work harder.
2. straightforward a. 坦率的
a straightforward reply 一个坦率的回答
His straightforward, modest manner took into camp everybody he knew.
3. stubborn a. 倔强的
The child has a stubborn temper.
4. stumble v. 绊倒
I stumbled over a tree root.
5. subordinate a. 从属的
She works in the subordinate hospital of our universtiy.
6. subscribe to v. 订阅
I subscribe to" Reader's Digest" magazine.
7. subsidy n. 补贴
It's the old and the poor who suffer worst when subsidies are cut.
8. subtle a. 微妙的
the subtle difference of the two words 两个单词微妙的区别
There were subtle hints in his letter.
9. supervise v. 监督
I supervised the workers loading the lorry.
10. suppress v. 镇压; 抑制
All these movements were suppressed by the warlord government.
He couldn't suppress his anger.
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