deplete oth main parties, but it is not unqualified. ECONOMIST: Argentina
chauvinistic adj. 极端爱国的
The right wing hate cosmopolitanism and favor chauvinistic homogeneity.
Repeating the mantra of sexual parity was useful for previous generations marked by deeply chauvinistic standards. FORBES: When Gender Diversity Doesnt Work (and How to Do It Right)
If you are bold or chauvinistic, you could bet on a further appreciation of the dollar against the euro. FORBES: Euro Trashed
If Lopezs favorites ever get permanent spots in well-known museums, then his eccentric, chauvinistic vision will have been fulfilled.
ambivalent adj. (情感，态度)冲突的
After meeting his girlfriend’s siblings, Richard was ambivalent about going forward with his plans to propose to her in front of them. For him, a proposal should be between the concerned parties.
The actual facts, however, on closer examination tend to be much more ambivalent and banal. FORBES: Private Equitys Public Image Issues
The army still seems ambivalent about fighting the Taliban, and nervous about Americas intentions. ECONOMIST: Clinton flies into a war zone
And he is ambivalent about whether the chest is found so