3000 từ thông dụng - Phần 17

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actress

/ˈæktrəs/ (n)
  • diễn viên (nữ)
EXAMPLE
  1. She would like to be an actress when she grows up.
  2. satellite/cable/digital TV
  3. We're buying a new TV with the money.

bar

/bɑːr/ (n)
  • quán bar
EXAMPLE
  1. a cocktail bar
  2. I found David in the bar of the Red Lion (= a room in a pub where drinks are served).
  3. We met at a bar called the Flamingo.

clap

/klæp/ (v)
  • vỗ tay
EXAMPLE
  1. Everyone clapped us when we went up to get our prize.
  2. The audience cheered and clapped.
  3. We met at a bar called the Flamingo.

clerk

/klɜːrk/ (n)
  • thư kí
EXAMPLE
  1. an office clerk
  2. The audience cheered and clapped.
  3. We met at a bar called the Flamingo.

dare

/deər/ (v)
  • dám, đủ can đảm để làm điều gì
EXAMPLE
  1. Dare to be different!
  2. She said it as loudly as she dared.
  3. There was something, dare I say it, a little unusual about him.

enable

/ɪˈneɪbl/ (v)
  • giúp, cho phép
EXAMPLE
  1. a new programme to enable older people to study at college
  2. The software enables you to create your own DVDs.
  3. There was something, dare I say it, a little unusual about him.

engineer

/ˌendʒɪˈnɪər/ (n)
  • kĩ sư
EXAMPLE
  1. Design engineers are working on ways to make the cars run more efficiently.
  2. The software enables you to create your own DVDs.
  3. There was something, dare I say it, a little unusual about him.

farmer

/ˈfɑːmər/ (n)
  • nông dân
EXAMPLE
  1. My uncle has been a farmer for 60 years.
  2. The software enables you to create your own DVDs.
  3. There was something, dare I say it, a little unusual about him.

fashionable

/ˈfæʃənəbl/ (adj)
  • thời trang, hợp thời
EXAMPLE
  1. It's becoming fashionable to have long hair again.
  2. fashionable clothes/furniture/ideas
  3. Such thinking is fashionable among right-wing politicians.

fur

/fɜːr/ (n)
  • lông (ở một số loài động vật )
EXAMPLE
  1. The cat carefully licked its fur.
  2. fashionable clothes/furniture/ideas
  3. Such thinking is fashionable among right-wing politicians.

heavily

/ˈhevɪli/ (adj)
  • rất lớn; rất nhiều
EXAMPLE
  1. to be heavily taxed
  2. They are both heavily involved in politics.
  3. to drink/smoke heavily

insult

/ˈɪnsʌlt/ (n)
  • điều lăng mạ/xúc phạm
EXAMPLE
  1. The questions were an insult to our intelligence(= too easy).
  2. The crowd were shouting insults at the police.
  3. His comments were seen as an insult to the president.

interval

/ˈɪntəvəl/ (n)
  • khoảng thời gian giữa hai sự kiện
EXAMPLE
  1. The interval between major earthquakes might be 200 years.
  2. He knocked on the door and after a brief interval it was opened.
  3. His comments were seen as an insult to the president.

jewellery

/ˈdʒuːəlri/ (n)
  • trang sức
EXAMPLE
  1. She has some lovely pieces of jewellery.
  2. silver/gold jewellery
  3. His comments were seen as an insult to the president.

life

/laɪf/ (n)
  • sự sống, cuộc sống
EXAMPLE
  1. My father died last year—I wish I could bring him back to life.
  2. In spring the countryside bursts into life.
  3. The body was cold and showed no signs of life.







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