A: The food that I cook is usually very bland.
B: No, I think it is quite spicy actually.
bland a. 1. 温和的，无动于衷的;2. (食物)清淡的，枯燥乏味的
A: The concert was incredible, the lead singer nearly blazed the house down with his energy.
B: Gosh, it sounds almost dangerous.
blaze vi. 1. 熊熊燃烧，着火;2. 发(强)光，放光彩;3. 迸发，爆发
n. 1. 火焰，烈火;2. 光辉，强烈(或眩目)的光;3. 迸发，爆发;4. 灿烂，炫耀
blaze a trail 开拓道路，作先导
A: Have you cleaned the bath yet?
B: No, sorry. I ran out of bleach.
bleach n. 漂白剂
A: Winter is my favourite season.
B: Oh, winters are too bleak for me, I prefer autumn.
bleak a. 1. 没有希望的，凄凉的;2. 荒凉的;3. 寒冷刺骨的
A: My grandmother used to bless herself every time she passes a church.
B: She must have been very religious.
bless vt. 1. (with) 使有幸得到，使具有;2. 为…祈神赐福(或保佑)
A: Did you have a good crop of potatoes this year?
B: Unfortunately not, they were hit by blight.
blight n. 1. (植物等)枯萎病;2. 造成破坏(或损坏)的因素
A: I blinked and missed the town. It was so small.
B: Drive more slowly then!
A: With each blink I get older.
B: Well, I am sorry, but I can not do anything to stop time passing.
blink vi. 1. 眨眼睛;2. 闪亮,闪烁
on the blink (机器等)坏了，出故障
A: Did anybody witness the accident?
B: Yes, a blonde was walking down the street.
blonde a. 金发的
A: Zoe blossomed into a world class pianist.
B: She must have practiced very hard.
blossom n. (尤指果树的)花
vi. 1. (植物)开花;2. (out, into)发展，长成
in (full) blossom 正开着花
A: I think this artist is very talented.
B: I don’t . I think he just blots the paper with colour.
blot vt. 1. (用墨水等)弄脏;2. (用吸墨纸)吸干
blot out 1. 把……弄模糊，遮蔽;2. 完全清除(思想，记忆)
A: We shall see the blueprints to start working on the building in September.
B: OK, I shall get to work straight away.
blueprint n. 蓝图，行动计划
A: Did James tell you what happened yesterday?
B: Yes, but I am not sure if it was a lie of a bluff.
bluff v. 虚张声势，吓唬
n. 1. 虚张声势;2. 悬崖，峭壁
call sb. bluff 要求某人摊牌，向某人挑战