alien a. 1.外国的，外国人的;2.陌生的;3.性质不同的，不相容的 n. 1.外国人，外侨;2.外星人
A: The new girl in our class seems to be alienated from us.
B: I will invite her to join us at lunch, maybe that will help.
alienate vt. 1.使疏远，使不友好，离间;2.转让，让渡(财产等)
A: He alleged that he was burgled during the night.
B: I do not believe him, he is always telling lies.
allege vt. 断言，宣称，硬说
A: Here is some cream to alleviate your pain.
B: Thanks, I will use it straight away.
alleviate vt. 减轻，缓解，缓和
A: Where did you lose your purse?
B: In the alley beside my house.
alley n. 小巷，胡同
A: I have been allotted only two shelves for all my belongings in the dor.
B: I am sure that you can ask for more space if you need it.
allot vt. 分配，拨出
aftermath n. 后果，余波
A: My little sister aggravate my daily!
B: But aren’t you glad that you have a little sister?
aggravate vt. 1.加重;2.激怒，使恼火
A: Life is of aggregate all past experience.
B: Indeed, so I better try to gain as much experience as possible.
aggregate n. 总数，合计 a. 总计的，合计 vt. 1.总计达，合计;2.使聚集，使积聚
in the aggregate 总共，作为总体
A: Stop agitate your brother!
B: He is the one that started it .
agitate vi. (for,against)煽动，鼓动 vt. 1.搅动，摇动;2.使焦虑不安 A: Try to calm down. The wound is not serious.
B: But I am in agony
agony n. (极度的)痛苦，创痛