intimidated, glaring, sweep through, high schooler
Likewise, she’s working with schools in seven states to provide clean water for rural African villages. She is a frequent guest speaker at other schools, although she acknowledges she’s just a bit intimidated when she visits a high school.
“I’m only in middle school, so I see high schoolers as the big kids,” she said. “When I go to high school to pass out Unicef boxes, I see them as the big, scary ones.”
A new video released by ISIS threatens an attack on New York City.Mayor Bill de Blasio says the city won’t be intimidated.http://cnn.it/1I0MUpW
One glaring omission in China’s World War II Victory Day parade will be the price tag for all the weaponry sweeping through Beijing’s Tiananmen Square.
“The session was on Saturday mornings and so I’d see her son, the glaring teenager, who was obviously resenting her time away from him. I felt guilty. I felt angry. They were wealthy; I was just starting out. The first session, the door was opened by a maid. For someone who didn’t come from money it was very intimidating.”
這段說她去有錢精神醫生的家庭診所看病時 感到的出身貧窮的的自悲 等等
glaring Show phonetics
shining too brightly:
glaring lightglaring colours
from money 類似 出身富家
moneyed Show phonetics
a moneyed family
intimidate Show phonetics
verb [T] to frighten or threaten someone, usually in order to persuade them to do something that you want them to do:
They were intimidated into accepting a pay cut by the threat of losing their jobs.
intimidated Show phonetics
adjective frightened or nervous because you are not confident in a situation:
Older people can feel very intimidated by computers.
intimidation Show phonetics
The campaign of violence and intimidation against them intensifies daily.
intimidating Show phonetics
adjective making you feel frightened or nervous:
an intimidating array of weapons
an intimidating manner