A: The wax from the candle is starting to drip onto the birthday cake. B: Quick! Let’s blow out the candle. wax n. 蜡,蜂蜡 vt. 给…上蜡 A: My joints are starting to weaken in my old age. B: I’m sure your doctor could help you strengthen them. weaken v. (使)变弱,(使)减弱 A: She is independently wealthy . B: I thought so by the way she dressed and carried herself. wealthy a. 富裕的 A: What sort of weapon was he carrying? B: I think it was a bow and arrow. weapon n. 武器,兵器 A: She can weave a rug in less than one week! B: That’s amazing, considering the quality of the rugs that she makes. weave v. 编,织 A: If I don’t have someone to help me weed , the garden will turn into a jungle! B: I can help you on Friday. weed n. 杂草,野草 v. 除草 A: I am willing to work on any weekday . B: Would you also be willing to work on the weekend? weekday n. 平常日,工作日 A: Ever since my injury, I have to make weekly trips to the doctor. B: That’s such a drag! weekly a. 每周的,一周一次的 ad. 一周一次的 n. 周报,周刊 A: Whenever I think about my cat that died. I begin to weep . B: I know it is hard to lose a pet that you love so much. weep v. 1.(为……)哭泣,流(泪);2.渗出 A: How can I fix this lamp? B: You night need to weld the broken pieces together. weld v. 焊接 n. 焊接,焊缝 A: Why do you give so much money to charity? B: Because I’m concerned about the welfare of those less fortunate than I. welfare n. 1.福利;2.福利救济 A: The whale is becoming an endangered species. B: It’s really sad how they have been so exploited over the last decade. whale n. 鲸 A: I didn’t care whatsoever how she went about doing it. B: You only cared about the results? whatsoever ad. (用于否定句中以加强语气)任何 A: I could easily walk to the theater, whereas Sarah would have had a very difficult time. B: Well, maybe if you walked with her, she would make it just fine. whereas conj. 然而,但是,尽管 A: Whichever way you go, I will be there with you. B: You can count me in too. whichever pron . / a. 无论哪个,无论哪些