n.意图，目的 a. （on）专心的；（on）急切的
Don't reproach her any more. Anyway, she seemed to behave foolishly but with good intent.
Judging from what he has been doing after taking power, it seems that the President is intent on stirring up trouble throughout the world.
As a businessman, you must do everything to avoid jeopardizing your fortune by making bad investments.
Qiong Yao made thousands of readers and audience, especially the female, crazy for her plaintive and touching novels and TV plays by manipulating her characters and plots to create interest.
I had intended to take her as my wife, but her nasty habits, her nasty mind, in addition to her nasty temper made me change my mind.
The winding trail caused the hikers to lose their orientation.
Our school has an orientation towards practical skills.
This is the orientation week for all the freshmen.
The waters here are patrolled by the enemy mariners day and night.
The army intensified its patrol along the frontier.
The suicide note precluded the possibility of murder.
It's impolite to probe too deeply into a lady's personal affairs.
The police have launched a probe into the suspected drug dealing.
This is a radiant morning. The bride's hands are radiant with rings. She is radiant with joy.
There was a tenderness that radiated from her that touched and ached me.
You have got nothing to reproach yourself, for the society should be responsible for it.
n.碎片，碎屑；废金属；（pl. ）残羹剩饭；少量，点滴 vt. 废弃，抛弃
He wrote down his address and telephone number on a scrap of paper.
There was not a single scrap of evidence to connect him with the murder of the Nepalese King.
The murder of the Nepalese King startled the whole world.
The revolt was suppressed by the military.
The Pentagon attempted to suppress documents connected with the case.
A warehouse is a building for storing large quantities of goods.