|by means of||用；依靠|
|by no means||绝不；一点也不|
|impact [ˈɪmpækt , ɪmˈpækt]||碰撞；撞击；影响||撞击；碰撞；冲击；（对……）产生影响|
|live [lɪv , laɪv]||居住；生活；生存；以……为生；留存；铭记||活的；有生命的；现场演出的|
|FBI||联邦调查局（Federal Bureau of Investigation）|
|CIA||中央情报局（Central Intelligence Agency）|
状态；状况；情况 （the mental, emotional or physical condition that a person or thing is in）
a confused state of mind. （ … state of …）
You’re not in a fit state to drive（… state to …）
国家（a country considered as an organized political community controlled by one government）
European Union member states
州（an organized political community forming part of a country）
the southern states of US
政府（the government of a country）
a state-owned company
（元首或政府首脑享受的）正式礼仪，隆重礼仪 （the formal ceremonies connected with high levels of government or with kings and queens）
The president was driven in state through the street
美国（the United States of America）
I‘ve never been to the States.
be in a state
兴奋；紧张；焦虑（to be/become excited or anxious）
She was in a real state about her exams.
邋遢；凌乱；不整洁（to be dirty or untidy）
What a state this place is in!
in a state of grace
(in the Roman Catholic Church) having been forgiven by God for the wrong or evil things you have done
a state of affairs
事态；情况；形势 （a situation）
This state of affairs can no longer be ignored.
the state of play
进展情况，发展阶段 （the stage that has been reached in a process, etc. which has not yet been completed）
What is the current state of play in the peace talks?
将和平谈判改为 in your love，就是你的爱情阶段了。
国家提供（或控制）的 （provided or controlled by the government of a country）
国家礼仪的 （connected with the leader of a country attending an official ceremony）
the state opening of Parliament
州的；邦的 （connected with a particular state of a country, especially in the US）
a state tax
a state university
陈述；说明；声明 （to formally write or say sth, especially in a careful and clear way）
There is no need to state the obvious
规定；公布 （to fix or announce the details of sth, especially on a written document）
You must arrive at the time stated.
平民的；大众的（connected with ordinary people in society in general）
The government had to bow to public pressure
公共的；公立的 （provided, especially by the government, for the use of people in general）
a public library
政府的；有关政府所提供服务的 （connected with the government and the services it provides）
public money / spending / funding / expenditure
人人皆知的，公开的（known to people in general）
a public figure
公之于众的，公开的 （open to people in general; intended to be seen or heard by people in general）
a public apology
公共场所的，大庭广众的（where there are a lot of people who can see and hear you）
Let’s go somewhere a little less public.
go public 公之于世；公开（秘密等）
（to tell people about sth that is a secret）
in the public eye （通过报纸、电视）让公众熟知的，广为人知的
（well known to many people through newspapers and television）
be common / public knowledge 常识；众所周知
to be sth that everyone knows, especially in a particular community or group
the public 平民；百姓；民众 （ordinary people in society in general）
The palace is now open to the public.
志趣相同（或从事同一类活动）的群体（a group of people who share a particular interest or who are involved in the same activity）
the theatre-going public
公开地，在别人（尤指生人）面前（when other people, especially people you do not know, are present）
She doesn’t like to be seen in public without her make-up on.
法律（体系）（the whole system of rules that everyone in a country or society must obey）
Do not think you are above the law.
法规（a particular branch of law）
company / international / tax, etc. law
一条法规 （one rule）
strict gun laws
He’s in law school.
a law firm
the law（法律机构）（used to refer to the police and the legal system）
Jim is always getting into trouble with the law.
规则；规章；条例（one of the rules which controls an organization or activity）
the laws of the Church
The first law of kung fu is to defend yourself.
良好行为的准则；（某地或某场合下的）行为规范 （a rule for good behaviour or how you should behave in a particular place or situation）
规律；法则；原理（the fact that sth always happens in the same way in an activity or in nature）
the law of gravity
定律（a scientific rule that sb has stated to explain a natural process）
the first law of thermodynamics
be a law unto yourself. 自行其是；我行我素
（to behave in an independent way and ignore rules or what other people want you to do）
The government struggled to maintain law and order.
go to law 诉诸法律；提起诉讼；打官司
（to ask a court to settle a problem or disagreement）
law and order 法制；治安；遵纪守法
（a situation in which people obey the law and behave in a peaceful way）
the law of averages 平均律
（the principle that one thing will happen as often as another if you try enough times）
Keep applying and by the law of averages you’ll get a job sooner or later.
the law of the jungle （丛林法则；弱肉强食 ）
（a situation in which people are prepared to harm other people in order to succeed）
lay down the law 发号施令；严格规定
（to tell sb with force what they should or should not do）
take the law into your own hands 不通过法律擅自处理
（to do sth illegal in order to punish sb for doing sth wrong, instead of letting the police deal with them）
there’s no law against sth (informal) （对付批评自己的人）谁也管不着
（used to tell sb who is criticizing you that you are not doing anything wrong）
I’ll sing if I want to─there’s no law against it.
the letter of the law (often disapproving) 法律（或法规）的准确字面意义
（the exact words of a law or rule rather than its general meaning）
They insist on sticking to the letter of the law.
the rule of law 法治
（the condition in which all members of society, including its rulers, accept the authority of the law）
on the wrong side of the law 违法
in trouble with the police
(not used in the progressive tenses 不用于进行时) ~ sth (to sb)
表示…的意思 （to have sth as a meaning）
what does this sentence mean？
What is meant by ‘batch processing’?
batch processing 是什么意思？
(not used in the progressive tenses 不用于进行时) 意思是；本意是
（to intend to say sth on a particular occasion）
What do you mean , you thought I wouldn’t mind?
|~ sth (as sth)||~ what…||~ sth for sb 打算；意欲；有…的目的|
（to have sth as a purpose）
What did she mean by leaving so early？
Don’t laugh! I mean it
He means trouble
|[often passive] ~ sb for sth||~ sb to be sth 想要某人成为；想要某人去做|
（to intend sb to be or do sth）
I was never meant for the army .
His father meant him to be an engineer.
产生…结果；意味着 （to have sth as a result or a likely result ）
Do you have any idea what it means to be poor?
[VN] [no passive] ~ sth to sb [非被动]
对某人重要（或有价值）（to be of value or importance to sb）
Money means nothing to him.
be meant to be sth 被普遍认为是
（to be generally considered to be sth）
This restaurant is meant to be excellent.
I mean (informal) （解释或更正刚说过的话）我是说，意思是说
（used to explain or correct what you have just said）
It was so boring─I mean, nothing happened for the first hour!
mean business (informal) 是认真的；说话算数
（to be serious in your intentions）诚信是商人的名牌
He has the look of a man who means business.
mean (sb) no harm 没有恶意；并非出于恶意
（to not have any intention of hurting sb）
mean to say （强调要说的话，或问对方是否真是这个意思）意思是说
（used to emphasize what you are saying or to ask sb if they really mean what they say）
Do you mean to say you’ve lost it?
mean well (usually disapproving) 本意是好的；出于好心
to have good intentions, although their effect may not be good.
吝啬的；小气的 （not willing to give or share things, especially money）
My mom always been mean with money.
mean（to sb） (of people or their behaviour 人或其行为) 不善良；刻薄
（unkind, for example by not letting sb have or do sth）
Don’t be so mean to your little brother!
(especially NAmE) 要发怒的；要发狂的 likely to become angry or violent
That’s a mean-looking dog.
(informal, especially NAmE) 熟练的；出色的 （very good and skilful）
He’s a mean tennis player.
[only before noun] (technical 术语) 平均的；介于中间的
（average; between the highest and the lowest, etc.）
the mean temperature
(formal) (of a person’s understanding or ability 人的理解力或能力) 平庸的；一般的 （not very great）
This should be clear even to the meanest intelligence.
(literary) 低劣而肮脏的 poor and dirty in appearance
脏乱的房屋 / 街道
(old-fashioned) 出身卑贱的；社会地位低下的 （born into or coming from a low social class）
be no mean … (approving) 了不起；很出色
used to say that sb is very good at doing sth
His mother was a painter, and he’s no mean artist himself.
~ (between A and B) 中间；中庸；折中 （a quality, condition, or way of doing sth that is in the middle of two extremes and better than either of them）
He needed to find a mean between frankness and rudeness.
also arithmetic mean (mathematics 数) 平均数；平均值；算术中项
（the value found by adding together all the numbers in a group, and dividing the total by the number of numbers）
the happy/golden mean (approving) 中庸之道
a course of action that is not extreme
[U, C] ~ (on/upon sb/sth)
影响；作用（the effect that sb/sth has on the way a person thinks or behaves or on the way that sth works or develops）
What exactly is the influence of television on children?
[U] ~ (over sb/sth) 支配力；控制力；影响力 （the power that sb/sth has to make sb/sth behave in a particular way）
He committed the crime under the influence of drugs.
[C] ~ (on sb/sth)
（a person or thing that affects the way a person behaves and thinks）
Those friends are a bad influence on her.
under the influence 喝酒过多；醉酒
（having had too much alcohol to drink）
She was charged with driving under the influence.
影响；对 … 起作用
（to have an effect on the way that sb behaves or thinks, especially by giving them an example to follow）
Don’t let me influence you either way.
支配；左右 （to have an effect on a particular situation and the way that it develops）
[VN] A number of social factors influence life expectancy.
动词读 [lɪv] ，形容词和副词读 [laɪv]
[V + adv./prep.] 住；居住 （to have your home in a particular place）
Where do you live?
We used to live in London.
生存；活着 （to remain alive）
[V] The doctors said he only had six months to live.
[V] （尤指在某时期）活着 （to be alive, especially at a particular time）
He’s the greatest player who ever lived.
（以某种方式）生活，过日子 （to spend your life in a particular way）
[VN] She lived a very peaceful life
[V] 继续存在；留存；铭记 （to continue to exist or be remembered）
Her words have lived with me all my life.
[V] 享受充实而令人兴奋的生活 （to have a full and exciting life）
I don’t want to be stuck in an office all my life─I want to live!
live and breathe sth 热衷于（某事） （to be very enthusiastic about sth）
He just lives and breathes football.
live and let live
(saying) 自己活也让别人活；宽以待人；互相宽容 （used to say that you should accept other people’s opinions and behaviour even though they are different from your own）
live by your wits （靠耍小聪明赚钱；（有时）靠玩花招捞钱 ）（to earn money by clever or sometimes dishonest means）
live (from) hand to mouth 仅够糊口度日
（to spend all the money you earn on basic needs such as food without being able to save any money）
live in the past 仿佛生活在过去的社会中；落伍
（to behave as though society, etc. has not changed, when in fact it has）
live in sin (old-fashioned or humorous) 未婚同居；姘居；
（to live together and have a sexual relationship without being married）
live it up (informal) 尽情欢乐；狂欢；纵情挥霍享乐
（to enjoy yourself in an exciting way, usually spending a lot of money）
live a lie 过两面人的生活；过骗人的生活；为人虚伪
（to keep sth important about yourself a secret from other people, so that they do not know what you really think, what you are really like, etc.）
live off the fat of the land 过奢侈的生活；锦衣玉食
（to have enough money to be able to afford expensive things, food, drink, etc.）
live off the land 靠地里的东西为生
（to eat whatever food you can grow, kill or find yourself）
live to fight anther day (saying) （虽已失败或经历很糟但仍要）改日再战，卷土重来
（used to say that although you have failed or had a bad experience, you will continue）
you haven’t lived （表示若没有某种经历生活便不完整）你白活了
（used to tell sb that if they have not had a particular experience their life is not complete）
You’ve never been to New York? You haven’t lived!
you live and learn
used to express surprise at sth new or unexpected you have been told
be（living）on borrowed time
（to still be alive after the time when you were expected to die）
（to be doing sth that other people are likely to soon stop you from doing）
be/live in clover (informal) 过舒适优裕的生活
（to have enough money to be able to live a very comfortable life）
how the other half lives 另一类人的生活方式（尤指比自己富有得多的）
（the way of life of a different social group, especially one much richer than you）
long live sb/sth …万岁；…万古常青
（used to say that you hope sb/sth will live or last for a long time）
people（who live）in glass houses shouldn’t throw stones
（you should not criticize other people, because they will easily find ways of criticizing you）
be/live in each other‘s pockets (BrE) 过从甚密；形影不离
（if two people are in each other’s pockets , they are too close to each other or spend too much time with each other）
live/sleep rough (BrE) 风餐露宿（通常因为无家可归或贫穷）
（to live or sleep outdoors, usually because you have no home and no money）
young people sleeping rough on the streets
live by sth 按照（某信念或原则）生活
（to follow a particular belief or set of principles）
That’s a philosophy I could live by.
live by doing sth 靠做某事赚钱为生（或获取所需）
（to earn money or to get the things you need by doing a particular thing）
I live by coding.
live sth down 能使人忘却（做过的令人尴尬的事）
（to be able to make people forget about sth embarrassing you have done）
She felt so stupid. She’d never be able to live it down.
live for sb/sth 以…为主要生活目的；为…而活着
（to think that sb/sth is the main purpose of or the most important thing in your life）
After his wife died, he had nothing to live for.
live in 住在工作（或学习）的地方 （to live at the place where you work or study）
They have an au pair living in.
live off sb/sth (often disapproving) 靠…过活；依赖…生活
（to receive the money you need to live from sb/sth because you do not have any yourself）
She’s still living off her parents.
live off sth 以食…为生
（to have one particular type of food as the main thing you eat in order to live）
He seems to live off junk food.
live on 继续活着；继续存在 （to continue to live or exist）
She died ten years ago but her memory lives on.
live on sth
以食…为生 （to eat a particular type of food to live）
Small birds live mainly on insects.
(often disapproving) 仅以（一种或几种食物）为主要食物
（to eat only or a lot of a particular type of food）
She lives on burgers.
靠（…钱）生活 （to have enough money for the basic things you need to live）
You can’t live on forty pounds a week.
live out 不住在工作（或学习）的地方
（to live away from the place where you work or study）
Some college students will have to live out.
live out sth
（to actually do what you have only thought about doing before）
to live out your fantasies
（to spend the rest of your life in a particular way）
He lived out his days alone.
live through sth 经历（灾难或其他困境）而幸存
（to experience a disaster or other unpleasant situation and survive it）
He has lived through two world wars.
live together （also live with sb）
（to live in the same house）
to share a home and have a sexual relationship without being married
live up to sth 达到，符合，不辜负（他人的期望）
（to do as well as or be as good as other people expect you to）
He failed to live up to his parents’ expectations.
live with sb = live together
live with sth 忍受，容忍（不快的事）
（to accept sth unpleasant）
I just had to learn to live with the pain.
[usually before noun]
活的 （living; not dead）
We saw a real live rattlesnake!
(of a broadcast 广播) 现场直播的；实况转播的
（sent out while the event is actually happening, not recorded first and broadcast later）
live coverage of the World Cup
(of a performance 表演) 现场演出的
（given or made when people are watching, not recorded）
The club has live music most nights.
(of a wire or device 电线或装置) 连着电源的；通电的
（connected to a source of electrical power）
That terminal is live.
仍可爆炸的；仍可点燃的；随时可用的 （still able to explode or light; ready for use）
（live coals are burning or are still hot and red）
含乳酸菌的 （live yogurt still contains the bacteria needed to turn milk into yogurt）
当前所关心的；时下重大的 （of interest or importance at the present time）
Pollution is still very much a live issue.
(of an electronic link 电子链接) 有效的；功能正常的；活的
（functioning correctly, so that it is connected to another document or page on the Internet）
Here are some live links to other aviation-related web pages.
a live wire 活跃而精力充沛的人；生龙活虎的人
（a person who is lively and full of energy）
（broadcast at the time of an actual event; played or recorded at an actual performance）
The show is going out live.
go live (computing 计) (of a computer system 计算机系统) 随时可用
（to become operational (= ready to be used)）
联邦制的 （having a system of government in which the individual states of a country have control over their own affairs, but are controlled by a central government for national decisions, etc.）
a federal republic
（在美国、加拿大等联邦制下）联邦政府的 （(within a federal system , for example the US and Canada) connected with national government rather than the local government of an individual state）
a federal law
【不规则形式】 larger, largest
大的；大规模；大量的 （big in size or quantity）
a large number of people
a large area/family/house/car/appetite
大面积 / 家庭 / 房子 / 汽车 / 胃口
(abbr. L) （服装、食物、日用品等）大型号的 （used to describe one size in a range of sizes of clothes, food, products used in the house, etc.）
small, medium, large
小 / 中 / 大号
广泛的；众多的 （wide in range and involving many things）
a large and complex issue.
(used after a noun 用于名词后) 整个；全部；总地；一般地 （as a whole; in general）
the opinion of the public at large.
(of a dangerous person or animal 危险的人或动物) 未被捕获的；自由的 （not captured; free）
Her killer is still at large.
by and large （大体上；总体上；总的（或一般）说来 ）（used when you are saying something that is generally, but not completely, true）
By and large, I enjoyed my time at school.
give/have it large
(BrE, slang) 玩个痛快；（尤指跳舞和饮酒）作乐 （to enjoy yourself, especially by dancing and drinking alcohol）
in large part（in large measure）(formal) 在很大程度上 （to a great extent）
Their success is due in large part to their determination.
(as) large as life (humorous) （表示惊讶地见到）本人，本身 （used to show surprise at seeing sb/sth）
I hadn’t seen her for fifteen years and then there she was, (as) large as life.
larger than life 外表行为惹人注目 （looking or behaving in a way that is more interesting or exciting than other people, and so is likely to attract attention）
He’s a larger than life character.
loom large 令人忧虑，令人惊恐（并似乎难以避免）（to be worrying or frightening and seem hard to avoid）
The prospect of war loomed large.
显而易见的；公然 （easy to see or understand）
Mistrust was writ large on her face.
(used after a noun 用于名词后) 明摆着；典型 （being a large or obvious example of the thing mentioned）
This is deception writ large.
large it（large it up）(BrE, slang) 玩个痛快；（尤指跳舞和饮酒）作乐
（to enjoy yourself, especially by dancing and drinking alcohol）
|~ A (with B)||~ B on A 做记号；做标记 （to write or draw a symbol, line, etc. on sth in order to give information about it）|
Prices are marked on the goods.
留下痕迹；弄污；使有污点 （to make a mark on sth in a way that spoils or damages it; to become spoilt or damaged in this way）
[VN] A large purple scar marked his cheek.
[VN] 标明方位；标示 （to show the position of sth）
The cross marks the spot where the body was found.
[VN] 纪念；庆贺 （to celebrate or officially remember an event that you consider to be important）
a ceremony to mark the 50th anniversary of the end of the war.
[VN] 是…的迹象；成为…的征兆；表明 （[VN] 是…的迹象；成为…的征兆；表明 ）
This speech may mark a change in government policy.
(especially BrE) （给学生作业）打分，评分，评成绩 （to give marks to students’ work）
[VN] I hate marking exam papers.
[V] I spend at least six hours a week marking.
[VN] [usually passive] ~ sb/sth (as sth) (formal) 赋予特征；给…确定性质 （to give sb/sth a particular quality or character）
a life marked by suffering
(old-fashioned) 留心；留意；注意 （used to tell sb to pay careful attention to sth）
[VN] There’ll be trouble over this, mark my words .
[VN] (in a team game 成队比赛) 钉人防守；钉住（对手） （to stay close to an opponent in order to prevent them from getting the ball）
Hughes was marking Taylor.
等待时机 （to pass the time while you wait for sth more interesting）
I’m just marking time in this job─I’m hoping to get into journalism.
(of soldiers 士兵) 原地踏步 （to make marching movements without moving forwards）
mark you (old-fashioned, informal, especially BrE) 无论如何；尽管如此；反正；然而 （used to remind sb of sth they should consider in a particular case）
She hasn’t had much success yet. Mark you, she tries hard.
mark sb down (BrE) 给低分；压低成绩 （to reduce the mark/grade given to sb in an exam, etc.）
She was marked down because of poor grammar.
mark sb down as sth (especially BrE) 将某人看作；认定某人为 （to recognize sb as a particular type）
I hadn’t got him marked down as a liberal.
减价；打折 （to reduce the price of sth）
All goods have been marked down by 15%.
记下；将…记录下 （to make a note of sth for future use or action）
The factory is already marked down for demolition.
mark sb/sth off (from sb/sth) 使与众不同；使有别于其他人（或物） （to make sb/sth seem different from other people or things）
Each of London’s districts had a distinct character that marked it off from its neighbours.
mark sth↔off 画线分隔；划开 （to separate sth by marking a line between it and sth else）
The playing area was marked off with a white line.
mark sb out as/for sth 选定；挑选 （to make people recognize sb as special in some way）
She was marked out for early promotion.
mark sth out 画出界限；画出边界；用线画出范围 （to draw lines to show the edges of sth）
They marked out a tennis court on the lawn.
mark sth up
提价；加价；涨价 （to increase the price of sth）
Share prices were marked up as soon as trading started.
(technical 术语) 审校；标注排版说明 （to mark or correct a text, etc., for example for printing）
to mark up a manuscript
污点；污渍；斑点；疤痕 （a small area of dirt, a spot or a cut on a surface that spoils its appearance）
The children left dirty marks all over the kitchen floor.
（人或动物身上有助于识别的）斑点，记号，色斑 （a noticeable spot or area of colour on the body of a person or an animal which helps you to recognize them）
a horse with a white mark on its head
符号；记号；（显示质量、所有者等的）标记 （a written or printed symbol that is used as a sign of sth, for example the quality of sth or who made or owns it）
（品质或情感的）标志，迹象，表示 （a sign that a quality or feeling exists）
Such coolness under pressure is the mark of a champion.
(especially BrE) 成绩；分数；等级 （a number or letter that is given to show the standard of sb’s work or performance or is given to sb for answering sth correctly）
to get a good/poor mark in English.
英语得分高 / 低
What’s the pass mark？ 合格分数是多少？
（重要的）水平，标准点，指标 （a level or point that sth reaches that is thought to be important）
She was leading at the half-way mark.
Mark (followed by a number 后接数词) 型号 （a particular type or model of a machine or vehicle）
the Mark II engine
Mark (BrE) (followed by a number 后接数词) 燃气挡；温度刻度 （a particular level of temperature in a gas oven）
Preheat the oven to gas Mark 6.
（a cross made on a document instead of a signature by sb who is not able to write their name）
(formal) 目标；靶子 （a target）
to hit/miss the mark
击中 / 未中目标
be close to/near the mark （猜测、陈述等）接近准确，几乎无误 （to be fairly accurate in a guess, statement, etc.）
be off the mark （猜测、陈述等）不准确，相去甚远，离题 （not to be accurate in a guess, statement, etc.）
No, you’re way off the mark.
be on the mark 精确；准确无误 （to be accurate or correct）
That estimate was right on the mark.
get off the mark （尤指板球运动）开始得分 （to start scoring, especially in cricket）
Stewart got off the mark with a four.
hit/miss the mark 达到 / 没有达到目的；猜测正确 / 错误 （to succeed/fail in achieving or guessing sth
He blushed furiously and Robyn knew she had hit the mark.
leave your/its/a mark (on sth/sb) 留下久远的影响（尤指坏影响） （to have an effect on sth/sb, especially a bad one, that lasts for a long time）
Such a traumatic experience was bound to leave its mark on the children.
make your/a mark (on sth) （在某领域）取得成功，出名 （to become famous and successful in a particular area）
not be/fel up to the mark (old-fashioned, BrE) 感觉不舒服 （not to feel as well or lively as usual）
on your marks, get set, go! （（径赛口令）各就各位，预备，跑！ ）
（used to tell runners in a race to get ready and then to start）
quick/slow off the mark （对形势的）反应敏捷 / 迟钝 （fast/slow in reacting to a situation）
up to the mark 达到要求；符合标准 （NAmE up to snuff）
Your work isn’t really up to the mark.
overstep the mark/line （行为）越轨 （to behave in a way that people think is not acceptable）
wide of the mark 不准确；离谱 not accurate
Their predictions turned out to be wide of the mark.
dot、mark、spot 都有斑点的意思，不过 dot 特别指小圆点，spot 指斑点，mark 比较广泛
[C] ~ (of/for sth) （思想或理论）体系；方法；制度；体制 （an organized set of ideas or theories or a particular way of doing sth）
a system of government
[C] 系统 （a group of things, pieces of equipment, etc. that are connected or work together）
a transport system.
[C] 身体；（器官）系统 （a human or an animal body, or a part of it, when it is being thought of as the organs and processes that make it function）
the male reproductive system
the system [sing.] (informal, usually disapproving) （尤指不公正的统治或管理）制度，体系，集团 （the rules or people that control a country or an organization, especially when they seem to be unfair because you cannot change them）
You can’t beat the system
get sth out of your system
(informal) 宣泄，排解，消解（强烈的感情或欲望） （to do sth so that you no longer feel a very strong emotion or have a strong desire）
I was very angry with him, but now I feel I’ve got it out of my system.