a.交替的，轮流的；间隔的 v. （使）交换，（使）轮流
The fashionable style designed by the famous designer has some alternate stripes of blue and white which made the fashion quite special.
The two candidates for the presidency will alternate in giving their respective election speeches on TV.
During the interview, I answered all the questions raised by the interviewer with assurance.
Despite my friends' repeated assurances before the interview, I was still very nervous.
We can say that one is lucky if his vocation coincides with his avocation.
All the citizens must comply with the law.
The two banks will consolidate in July next year.
Several small businesses consolidated to form a large powerful company.
vt.使眩目，耀（眼）；使赞叹不已，使倾倒 n. 耀眼的光；令人赞叹的东西
He was dazzled by his sudden success.
The diamond ring dazzled with brilliancy.
Policies that are destructive to economic development should be abandoned.
The noise in the street distracted me from my reading.
The school students were distracted by the wonderful world outside the classroom.
It's really shocking that so many athletes today have taken dopes to be more energetic.
In the U. S. , dogs bark and get energetic when they meet each other.
All departments are required to limit their expenditure to what's essential.
Vanity is the great flaw in the character of many women.
The scar in Harry Potter's forehead is not a big flaw in his handsome looks.
vt.孵出，孵；筹划，图谋，策划 vi. （out）（小鸡等）出壳，孵出n. （飞机等的）舱门；（门等的）开口；孵化
Don't count the chickens before they are hatched.
What mischief are you hatching (up)?
vt.点燃，引发 vi. 着火
A lighted cigarette can ignite a big forest fire.
His enthusiastic speech ignited the audience.
All the Chinese people were indignant when learning that the Chinese embassy in Yugoslavia had been bombed by NATO.
I'm looking forward to an instantaneous reply to this letter.