3000 từ thông dụng - Phần 27

Học bộ từ

after

/ˈɑːftər/ (adj)
  • sau đó
EXAMPLE
  1. And they all lived happily ever after.
  2. I could come next week, or the week after.
  3. That was in 1996.Soon after, I heard that he'd died.

any

/ˈen.i/ determiner
  • (dùng với danh từ không đếm được hoặc danh từ số nhiều trong câu phủ định và câu hỏi, sau \"if\" hoặc \"whether\", và sau một số động từ như prevent, ban, forbid,... để đề cập đến một số lượng nào đó, dù nhỏ hay lớn)
EXAMPLE
  1. I've got hardly any money.
  2. She asked if we had any questions.
  3. He forbids any talking in class.

approach

/əˈprəʊtʃ/ (n)
  • giải pháp; cách tiếp cận
EXAMPLE
  1. She took the wrong approach in her dealings with them.
  2. The school has decided to adopt a different approach to discipline.
  3. He forbids any talking in class.

ashamed

/əˈʃeɪmd/ (adj)
  • xấu hổ, hổ thẹn
EXAMPLE
  1. You act as if you're ashamed to be seen with me.
  2. You should be ashamed of yourself for telling such lies.
  3. I feel almost ashamed that I've been so lucky.

continuous

/kənˈtɪnjuəs/ (adj)
  • liên tục, không dứt
EXAMPLE
  1. The rain has been continuous since this morning.
  2. Stop smoking and you will see a continuous improvement in your health.
  3. She was in continuous employment until the age of sixty-five.

elevator

/ˈelɪveɪtər/ (n)
  • thang máy
EXAMPLE
  1. It's on the fifth floor, so we'd better take the elevator.
  2. Stop smoking and you will see a continuous improvement in your health.
  3. She was in continuous employment until the age of sixty-five.

firmly

/ˈfɝːmli/ (adj)
  • một cách chắc chắn
EXAMPLE
  1. It is now firmly established as one of the leading brands in the country.
  2. Keep your eyes firmly fixed on the road ahead.
  3. ‘I can manage,’ she said firmly.

glove

/ɡlʌv/ (n)
  • găng tay
EXAMPLE
  1. a pair of gloves
  2. rubber gloves
  3. gardening gloves

host

/həʊst/ (v)
  • đăng cai tổ chức (sự kiện...)
EXAMPLE
  1. The Arts Centre is hosting a folk festival this summer.
  2. Birmingham is hosting a three-day conference on drugs.
  3. gardening gloves

invention

/ɪnˈvenʃən/ (n)
  • phát minh
EXAMPLE
  1. Fax machines were a wonderful invention at the time.
  2. Birmingham is hosting a three-day conference on drugs.
  3. gardening gloves

iron

/aɪən/ (v)
  • ủi (áo quần...)
EXAMPLE
  1. He was ironing when I arrived.
  2. I'll need to iron that dress before I can wear it.
  3. gardening gloves

joint

/dʒɔɪnt/ (n)
  • khớp xương
EXAMPLE
  1. inflammation of the knee joint
  2. My joints are really stiff this morning.
  3. gardening gloves

knife

/naɪf/ (n)
  • con dao
EXAMPLE
  1. He had been stabbed repeatedly with a kitchen knife.
  2. knives and forks
  3. a sharp knife

living

/ˈlɪvɪŋ/ (adj)
  • (còn) sống
EXAMPLE
  1. all living things
  2. the finest living pianist
  3. living organisms

lock

/lɒk/ (n)
  • ổ khóa
EXAMPLE
  1. She turned the key in the lock.
  2. It's a good idea to have locks fitted on all your windows.
  3. living organisms







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