replenish V. /补充/fill up again. Before she could take another backpacking trip, Carla had to replenish her stock of freeze-dried foods.
replete ADJ. /充满的;充足的/filled to the brim or to the point of being stuffed; abundantly supplied. The movie star's memoir was replete with juicy details about the love life of half of Hollywood.
replica N. /复制/copy. Are you going to hang this replica of the Declaration of Independence in the classroom or in the auditorium?
replicate V. /复制/reproduce; duplicate. Because he had always wanted a palace, Donald decided to replicate the Tai Mahal in miniature on his estate.
repository N. /仓库;知识库;智囊团/storehouse. Libraries are repositories of the world's best thoughts.
reprehensible ADJ. /应该谴责的/deserving blame. Shocked by the viciousness of the bombing, politicians of every party uniformly condemned the terrorists' reprehensible deed.
repress V. /压迫;压制;压/restrain; crush; oppress. Anne's parents tried to curb her impetuosity without repressing her boundless high spirits.
reprieve N. /暂缓;缓刑/temporary stay. During the twenty-four-hour reprieve, the lawyers sought to make the stay of execution permanent. alsoV.
reprimand V. /谴责/reprove severely; rebuke. Every time Ermengarde made a mistake in class, she was afraid that Miss Minchin would reprimand her and tell her father how badly she was doing in school. also N.
reprisal N. /报复/retaliation. I am confident that we are ready for any reprisals the enemy may undertake.
reprise N. /年金;重奏;重复的行动/musical repetition; repeat performance; recurrent action. We enjoyed the soprano's solo in Act I so much that we were delighted by its reprise in the finale.