记单词day 70
over-前缀,译为: 过度,外,过分
overfulfill 超额完成
overfull 太满的
overgrow 种得过多、长得
overhang 悬于.…...之上
overheat 使过热
overlay 在...上铺盖
overload 使超载
overlong 太长的斗力的
overlook 眺望、检查
overman 使超编
overproduce 生产过剩
overproduction 生产过剩
overreach 超越
overreact 反应过度的
overrun 使跑得快
oversea 在海外
oversee 鸟瞰
oversell 卖得过多
overwork 过度操劳
overact 做得过分
overagev 过老的
overall 包括一切的
overbalance 使失去平衡
overblow 吹散
overbuild 过多建筑
overbusy 太忙的
overcareful 过分小心的
overcoat 大衣、外衣
overcome 克服
overcritical 批评过多的
overcrop 过度耕作
overcrowd 使拥挤
overdevelop 过度发展
overdo 把...做得过头
overeat 使吃得过多
overemphasize 过分强调
overextend 使过分延长
overfill 把…装得过满






The Great Wall in China. /VCG Photo

The Great Wall, China 中国长城

Stretching over 21,000 kilometers, the Great Wall was built to prevent invasions and has a history of more than 2,000 years. UNESCO calls it "an absolute masterpiece", not only "because of the ambitious character of the undertaking but also the perfection of its construction."


But perfection isn't protection. 51.2 percent of the Great Wall has either already disappeared or is at a significant risk of disappearing, according to a press conference held by the State Council Information Office in January 2019. Besides for wind and rain erosion, the main reasons for the destruction of the Great Wall are human factors such as tourism, construction, human contact and improper intervention.


The Moai statues on Easter Island, Chile. /VCG Photo

Easter Island, Chile 智利复活节岛

The Easter Island, located in the southeastern Pacific Ocean, is most famous for having over 1,000 Moai statues, which were built by the Rapa Nui people after they arrived on Easter Island around 1200 AD.


In the last few years, ocean waves have risen and begun reaching dozens of Moai statues. Scientists from the UN have warned that the icons could be engulfed as the sea level is predicted to rise at least by 1.8 meters by 2100 as a result of climate change.

在过去一些年 ,海浪上涨,拍打到几十个摩艾石像。联合国的科学家提醒说,据预测,由于气候变化,海平面在2100年前至少会上涨1.8米,这些石像可能会被海水吞没。

engulf[?n'g?lf; en-]:vt.吞没

The Yellowstone National Park in the US./VCG Photo

Yellowstone National Park, US 美国黄石国家公园

As the world's first national park, the Yellowstone National Park is known for its wildlife and its many geothermal features. But due to global warming, there is less snow and rainfall, shrinking lakes and drying out wetlands.


Boats and Gondolas on the Grand Canal in Venice, Italy. /VCG Photo

Venice, Italy 意大利威尼斯

The “Floating City” may not float for much longer as experts have warned that Venice could sink in less than a century. As it was built on a muddy lagoon with inadequate foundations, Venice is also known to suffer from subsidence.


subsidence [s?b'sa?d(?)ns; 's?bs?d(?)ns]:n.下沉;沉淀;陷没

Since 1897, the sea level in Venice has risen by 30 centimeters, and the Mediterranean will rise by up to 1.4 meters before 2100, according to scientists from Italy and France.


An aerial view of the Old City of Jerusalem. /VCG Photo

Old City of Jerusalem, Israel 以色列耶路撒冷旧城

Regarded as a holy city in Judaism, Christianity, and Islam, Jerusalem regularly receives record-breaking numbers of tourists who are on pilgrimages. That's a lot of pressure for a site already straining under a significant population and a lack of maintenance.


pilgrimage ['p?lgr?m?d?]:n.漫游;朝圣之行

The Old City of Jerusalem, with 220 historic monuments, including the famous Dome of the Rock and Wailing Wall, has been on the UNESCO list of World Heritage in Danger list since 1982. UNESCO has warned that the Old City is in danger from accelerated deterioration, rapid urban or tourist development projects, armed conflict, serious fires, earthquakes, landslides and much more.


View of Pamukkale, Turkey. /VCG Photo

Pamukkale, Turkey 土耳其棉花城堡

Pamukkale, which means “cotton castle” in Turkish, is famous for its gleaming white calcite terraces with warm and mineral-rich waters overrun.


Before being listed as a World Heritage Site in 1988, Pamukkale had been severely damaged by human activities. People filled used hot spring water to fill swimming pools, some visitors stood on the rocks with their shoes on, and some even bathed in the hot springs with soap and shampoo.


To protect the terraces, the Turkish government has decided to demolish the hotels and require all tourists to visit this site barefoot, but it isn't enough to reverse the damage.


The Great Barrier Reef in Australia. /VCG Photo

Great Barrier Reef, Australia 澳大利亚大堡礁

Home to 400 types of coral, 1,500 species of fish and 4,000 species of mollusk, the Great Barrier Reef draws visitors to Australia from all over the world. This legendary 1,200-mile ecosystem along Australia's Queensland coast is one of the world's most renowned wonders.


mollusk ['m?l?sk]:n. [无脊椎]软体动物

However, the Great Barrier Reef is expected to be "subjected to increasingly frequent bleaching events, cases in which corals turn white and may die," according to a UNESCO report. The heat waves caused by global warming have killed half of the coral here in only two years, according to a CNN report. Pollution from industrial developments and harmful fishing practices are also big concerns.


bleach [bli?t?]:vt.使漂白,使变白

Tourists float in the Dead Sea, Jordan. /VCG Photo

The Dead Sea, Jordan 约旦死海

At 423 meters below sea level, the Dead Sea is 10 times saltier than the ocean, meaning that the water is so dense, even tourists who can't swim will be able to float.


But the seaside resorts built in the 1980s now sit kilometers away from the water's edge, which has losing a third of its surface area in the past 40 years. The damage is irreversible due to the nature of the mineral industry and the type of agricultural use that has drained the water.


Amazon Rainforest at Sacha Lodge, Coca, Ecuador. /VCG Photo

The Amazon Rainforest, South America 南美洲亚马逊热带雨林

Home to millions of animals and plant species, the Amazon Rainforest is the world's largest tropical rainforest. Unfortunately, it is quickly disappearing due to illegal logging, drought, soil erosion, water contamination and general climate change. Roughly 5.4 million acres of the forest is cleared each year in Brazil alone.


View of Maldives. /VCG Photo

The Maldives 马尔代夫

The Maldives, located in the Indian Ocean, is a tropical paradise with luxurious hotels that hover over crystal clear waters brimming with tropical fish - but this vision of bliss will soon be gone.


Some islands in the Maldives were erased from the map after the deadly tsunami in 2004. Even worse, over 80 percent of the islands sit no more than one meter above sea level, meaning it is the lowest country on Earth and therefore likely to disappear within decades due to rising sea levels.






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