3000 từ thông dụng - Phần 23

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alarmed

/əˈlɑːmd/ (adj)
  • lo lắng
EXAMPLE
  1. She was alarmed at the prospect of travelling alone.

anyone

/ˈeniwʌn/ (adv)
  • (dùng thay cho \"someone\" trong câu phủ định và câu hỏi, đứng sau if/whether hoặc những động từ như prevent, forbid, avoid,...)
EXAMPLE
  1. Hardly anyone came.
  2. I forbid anyone to touch that clock.
  3. Did anyone see you?

arm

/ɑːm/ (n)
  • cánh tay
EXAMPLE
  1. He held the dirty rag at arm's length(= as far away from his body as possible).
  2. They walked along arm in arm(= with the arm of one person linked with the arm of the other).
  3. He walked in with a tall blonde on his arm(= next to him and holding his arm).

at

/æt/ (pre)
  • ở, tại
EXAMPLE
  1. They arrived late at the airport.
  2. at the corner of the street
  3. At the roundabout take the third exit.

bring

/brɪŋ/ (v)
  • đem, mang, đưa
EXAMPLE
  1. Bring a present for Helen.
  2. Bring Helen a present.
  3. Don't forget to bring your books with you.

candy

/ˈkændi/ (n)
  • kẹo
EXAMPLE
  1. a candy bar
  2. Who wants the last piece of candy?
  3. a box of candy

capable

/ˈkeɪpəbl/ (adj)
  • có khả năng, có thể
EXAMPLE
  1. I'm perfectly capable of doing it myself, thank you.
  2. He's quite capable of lying to get out of trouble.
  3. You are capable of better work than this.

characteristic

/ˌkærəktəˈrɪstɪk/ (n)
  • đặc tính, đặc điểm
EXAMPLE
  1. The need to communicate is a key characteristic of human society.
  2. The two groups of children have quite different characteristics.
  3. genetic characteristics

charge

/tʃɑːdʒ/ (v)
  • tính giá, đòi trả
EXAMPLE
  1. Do you think museums should charge for admission?
  2. We won't charge you for delivery.
  3. They're charging £3 for the catalogue.

colleague

/ˈkɒliːɡ/ (n)
  • đồng nghiệp
EXAMPLE
  1. the Prime Minister and his Cabinet colleagues
  2. a colleague of mine from the office
  3. We were friends and colleagues for more than 20 years.

entertain

/ˌentəˈteɪn/ (v)
  • tiếp đãi; chiêu đãi
EXAMPLE
  1. Barbecues are a favourite way of entertaining friends.
  2. The job involves a lot of entertaining.
  3. We were friends and colleagues for more than 20 years.

factor

/ˈfæktər/ (n)
  • nhân tố
EXAMPLE
  1. economic factors
  2. The result will depend on a number of different factors
  3. the key/crucial/deciding factor

fun

/fʌn/ (n)
  • niềm vui; sự thích thú
EXAMPLE
  1. ‘What fun!’ she said with a laugh.
  2. It's not much fun going to a party on your own.
  3. ‘What do you say to a weekend in New York?’ ‘Sounds like fun.’

gradual

/ˈɡrædʒuəl/ (adj)
  • dần dần, từ từ
EXAMPLE
  1. Recovery from the disease is very gradual.
  2. a gradual change in the climate
  3. ‘What do you say to a weekend in New York?’ ‘Sounds like fun.’

grey

/ɡreɪ/ (n)
  • màu xám
EXAMPLE
  1. dressed in grey
  2. the dull grey of the sky
  3. ‘What do you say to a weekend in New York?’ ‘Sounds like fun.’







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