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abolish [英] [əˈbɔliʃ] [美] [əˈbɑlɪʃ]
abound [英] [əˈbaund] [美] [əˈbaʊnd]
abolish, abate, cancel
To reduce the youth‘s overheavy pressure for supporting their parents，the government claim that they will abolish the only child policy for the family which both the couple were only child.
Facing the serious energy crisis, only the nations which abound with natural resources such as coal,petrol and gas could let their citizens keep calm and peace.
@christ727 Even though the financial crisis showed no sign of abating, in order to cancel the troubling side effects of austerity measures implemented by governments in the eurozone, economists suggested the ECB abolishing Keynesian remedies of stimulating demand unilaterally.
accolade 英[ækə'leid] 美[ækə'leid]
近义词： eulogy 英['ju:lədʒi] 美['ju:lədʒi] n. 赞词,颂德文
glory 英['glɔ:ri] 美['glɔ:ri]
n. 光荣，荣誉；壮观，壮丽；值得称赞的事；赞美 v. 得意；自豪
例句：To be chosen to represent his country is the highest accolade for an athlete.