If a person, animal, or plant is vulnerable to a disease, they are more
likely to get it than other people, animals, or plants.
The present wave of political killings is the work of people trying to
derail peace talks.
Synonyms: stop, avoid, give up, cease
David accepts his own vulnerability.
Synonyms: plan, deal, proposal, act
If you refrain from doing something, you deliberately do not do it.
12.liabilityn. 责任, 义务;
…a fear that any reform could be derailed by hard-line Communists.
A breach of an agreement, a law, or a promise is an act of breaking it.
Paris has played a dominant role in France, not just in political terms
but also in economic power.
Plants that are growing vigorously are less likely to be vulnerable to
The congressman was accused of a breach of secrecy rules.
1）To derail something such as a plan or a series of negotiations
means to prevent it from continuing as planned.
Several people were injured today when a train was derailed.
If a train is derailed or if it derails, itcomes off the track on
which it is running.
Synonyms: prevent, stop, block, check More Synonyms of derail
Our goods compete in terms of product quality, reliability and above all
There’s talk of a new peace initiative.
If there is a precedent for an action or event, it has happened before,
and this can be regarded as an argument for doing it again.
refrain sb from doing sth
Old people are particularly vulnerable members of our society.
Something that is vulnerable can be easily harmed or affected by
原作的computerised extortion 应该翻译成计算机式掠夺
7、vigilance n. <正>警觉;警惕;警戒
He appealed to all factions to refrain from violence.
vulnerability uncountable noun
If you talk about somethingin terms ofsomething or in particular
terms, you are specifying which aspect of it you are discussing or from
what point of view you are considering it.
13.incentive n. 激励某人做某事的东西; 刺激; 诱因, 动机
No-one knows why the train derailed.
An initiative is an important act or statement that is intended to
solve a problem.
3、.breach n. 破坏
if something is an incentive to do something, it encourages you to do
People with high blood pressure are especially vulnerable to diabetes.
Extortion is the crime of obtaining something from someone, especially
money, by using force or threats.
. n. 忠告；钻探；商议；决策；法律顾问
Word forms: plural vulnerabilities
Someone who is vulnerable is weak and without protection, with the
result that they are easily hurt physically or emotionally.
n. 缺点, 瑕疵, 缺陷
Taking long-term courses of certain medicines may increase vulnerability
Mrs Hardie refrained from making any comment.
Government initiatives to help young people have been inadequate.
4.extortion n. 敲诈,勒索,逼取;