A: You have worked so hard. We have decided to give you a bonus.
B: Gosh, thanks!
bonus n. 1. 奖金，红利;2. 额外给予的东西
A: What type of work does your company do?
B: This booklet contains all the details that you will need.
booklet n. 小册子
A: The tickets will be on sale at the booth on the right.
B: Great, I’ll be there when it opens at 8.
booth n. 1. (隔开的)小房间，公用电话亭，岗亭;2. 售货棚，货摊
A: Is there a library in your town?
B: No, I have to travel to the next borough.
borough n. 自治城镇，(大城市的)行政区
A: I like to hold my baby to my bosom.
B: It must be a very comfortable feeling.
bosom n. 1. 胸部，****;2. 胸怀，内心
A: There was so much food at dinner last night.
B: Yes, what a bounty!
bounty n. 1. (由政府提供的)奖金，赏金;2. 慷慨，大方
A: Those flower are beautiful, who gave you the bouquet?
B: My mother, they were a birthday gift.
bouquet n. 1. 花束;2. (酒的)芳香
A: Where do you live?
B: On the north side of the town, where the bourgeois tend to live.
bourgeois a. 1. 追求物质享受的;2. 中产阶级的;3. 资产阶级的
n. 1. 追求物质享受的人;2. 中产阶级分子;3. 资产阶级分子
A: Oops, I’ve made a blunder.
B: Don’t worry, we can fix it.
blunder n. (因无知，粗心等造成的)错误
vi. 1. 跌跌撞撞地走，慌乱地走;2. 犯错误
A: Do you not know how to cut bread?
B: Of course I do, but this knife is blunt.
blunt a. 1. 钝的;2. 率直的，直言不讳的
vt. 1. 使迟钝，使减弱;2. 使钝
A: Do you remember your first birthday?
B: No, it is all a blur.
A: He blurred the corners of the picture to make it look old.
B: He did a good job of it.
blur n. 模糊，模糊的东西
A: Brian blurted out the answer before I even had a chance to think about it.
B: Yes, he is very smart.
blurt vt. (out) 脱口而出
A: You are very beautiful.
B: Stop, you are making me blush.
blush vi./n. 脸红
A: Are there any bogs in your country?
B: Yes, plenty, particularly in the west, where it is very wet.
A: Would you like to come to the cinema with me tonight?
B: Can we go next week, I’m bogged down at work at the moment.
bog n. 沼泽
v. (down) 1. (使)陷入困境;2. (使)陷入泥沼
A: Family ties are the strongest form of bondage.
B: I don’t agree, I am not very close to my parents.
bondage n. 1. 奴役;2. 束缚