例：The power that the skilled machinists wielded in the industry was intolerable to management.
2.wig n．假发(a manufactured covering of natural or synthetic hair for the head);v.冲动．发疯(to go crazy)
3.wilderness n．荒地(a tract or region uncultivated and uninhabited by human beings)；茫茫一片(a confusing multitude or mass)
例：Many people in Boravia are committed to preserving the country's wilderness areas.
4.withdraw v.收回(to take back, retract)；加入(to remove oneself from participation)
例：The land has been formally withdraw from federal public lands.//The proposal would enable a prospective nominee to withdraw from competition.
5.withdrawal n.撤退(an operation by which a military force disengages from the enemy)；提款（removal from a place of deposit or investment）；撤消(the act of taking back or away sth. that has been granted or possessed)
例：Withdrawals from these accounts prior to age sixty-five would result in the investor's having to pay taxes on all the accumulated interest at the time of withdrawal.
6.withstand V.经受住(to resist or endure successfully)；抵挡，对抗(to resist, to oppose)
例：In order to withstand tidal currents, juvenile horseshoe crabs frequently burrow in the sand.//Our army was strong enough to withstand the attack.
7.womb n.子宫；孕育处(uterus (in women and other female mammals)，the organ in which offspring is carried and nourished while it develops before birth)
例：Babies emerge from the darkness of the womb.
8.woven n．织物(a woven fabric)
例：Quantities of woven mantles, loincloths, blouses, and skirts were paid as tribute to local lords and to imperial tax stewards.
9.wrap v.包，裹(to cover especially by winding or folding)
例：The figure shows the dimensions of a rectangular box that is completely wrapped with paper.