After all the prep work that goes into making a Debian package, the actual package creation is somewhat anticlimactic.
在完成制作 Debian 软件包的所有准备工作之后，实际的软件包创建工作就有些虎头蛇尾了。
anticlimactic = anti + climactic
climactic /klaɪˈmæktɪk/ TEM8
ADJ A climactic moment in a story or a series of events is one in which a very exciting or important event occurs. (故事或事件中)形成高潮的
…the film’s climactic scene.
climax /ˈklaɪmæks/ CET6 TEM4
N-COUNT The climax of something is the most exciting or important moment in it, usually near the end. 高潮
For Pritchard, reaching the Olympics was the climax of her career.
It was the climax to 24 hours of growing anxiety.
V-T/V-I The event that climaxes a sequence of events is an exciting or important event that comes at the end. You can also say that a sequence of events climaxeswith a particular event. 使达到高潮; 达到高潮
The demonstration climaxed two weeks of strikes.
要注意与 climatic 气候 这个单词区分。
scent /sɛnt/ CET6 TEM4
N-COUNT The scent of something is the pleasant smell that it has. 香味例：
Flowers are chosen for their scent as well as their look.
V-T If something scents a place or thing, it makes it smell pleasant. 使充满香味例：
Jasmine flowers scent the air.
N-MASS Scent is a liquid which women put on their necks and wrists to make themselves smell nice. 香水例：
She dabbed herself with scent.
N-VAR The scent of a person or animal is the smell that they leave and that other people sometimes follow when looking for them. (人的) 气味; (动物留下的) 臭迹例：
A police dog picked up the murderer’s scent.
V-T When an animal scents something, it becomes aware of it by smelling it. 嗅到例：
…dogs which scent the hidden birds.
在《银河护卫队2》(Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2)中，星爵(Star-Lord)的老爸，名字叫ego。他认为只有他是永恒的，其他任何事物都是暂时的，以自我为中心。
- n. 自我；自负；自我意识
- n. (Ego)人名；(日)依怙 (姓)；(法)埃戈
ego/ˈiːɡəʊ, ˈɛgəʊ/CET4 TEM4
N-VAR Someone’s ego is their sense of their own worth. For example, if someone has a large ego, they think they are very important and valuable. 自我价值感例：
He had a massive ego, never would he admit he was wrong.
N-COUNT Your self is your basic personality or nature, especially considered in terms of what you are really like as a person. 自身; 本性例：
You’re looking more like your usual self.
N-COUNT A person’s self is the essential part of their nature which makes them different from everyone and everything else. 个性例：
I want to explore and get in touch with my inner self.
The face is the true self visible to others.