3000 từ thông dụng - Phần 72

Học bộ từ

advertising

/ˈædvətaɪzɪŋ/ (n)
  • hoạt động/ngành quảng cáo
EXAMPLE
  1. Cigarette advertising has been banned.
  2. a career in advertising
  3. Val works for an advertising agency(= a company that designs advertisements).

appearance

/əˈpɪərəns/ (n)
  • vẻ bề ngoài, diện mạo
EXAMPLE
  1. To all appearances(= as far as people could tell) he was dead.
  2. When she lost all her money, she was determined to keep up appearances(= hide the true situation and pretend that everything was going well).
  3. the physical/outward/external appearance of something

appointment

/əˈpɔɪntmənt/ (n)
  • sự hẹn gặp, cuộc hẹn
EXAMPLE
  1. an appointment with my lawyer
  2. to make/keep an appointment
  3. Viewing is by appointment only (= only at a time that has been arranged in advance).

approval

/əˈpruːvəl/ (n)
  • sự hài lòng, sự chấp thuận
EXAMPLE
  1. Several people nodded in approval.
  2. She desperately wanted to win her father's approval.
  3. Do the plans meet with your approval?

block

/blɒk/ (v)
  • cản trở, ngăn chặn (sự di chuyển/đi lại)
EXAMPLE
  1. After today's heavy snow, many roads are still blocked.
  2. a blocked sink
  3. Do the plans meet with your approval?

borrow

/ˈbɒrəʊ/ (v)
  • mượn
EXAMPLE
  1. Members can borrow up to ten books from the library at any one time.
  2. I borrowed the DVD off my brother.
  3. Can I borrow your umbrella?

buyer

/ˈbaɪər/ (n)
  • người mua
EXAMPLE
  1. Have you found a buyer for your house?
  2. I borrowed the DVD off my brother.
  3. Can I borrow your umbrella?

chamber

/ˈtʃeɪmbər/ (n)
  • hội trường
EXAMPLE
  1. the Senate/House chamber
  2. The members left the council chamber.
  3. Can I borrow your umbrella?

crack

/kræk/ (n)
  • vết nứt
EXAMPLE
  1. This cup has a crack in it.
  2. The cracks (= faults) in the government's economic policy are already beginning to show.
  3. Cracks began to appear in the walls.

distinguish

/dɪˈstɪŋɡwɪʃ/ (v)
  • phân biệt
EXAMPLE
  1. English law clearly distinguishes between murder and manslaughter.
  2. We can distinguish five meanings of the word ‘mad’.
  3. Sometimes reality and fantasy are hard to distinguish.

doctor

/ˈdɒktər/ (n)
  • bác sĩ
EXAMPLE
  1. You'd better see a doctor about that cough.
  2. Doctor Staples (= as a title/form of address)
  3. Sometimes reality and fantasy are hard to distinguish.

exception

/ɪkˈsepʃən/ (n)
  • ngoại lệ
EXAMPLE
  1. Nobody had much money at the time and I was no exception.
  2. Most of the buildings in the town are modern, but the church is an exception.
  3. With very few exceptions, private schools get the best exam results.

fat

/fæt/ (n)
  • chất béo
EXAMPLE
  1. excess body fat
  2. This ham has too much fat on it.
  3. With very few exceptions, private schools get the best exam results.

function

/ˈfʌŋkʃən/ (n)
  • chức năng
EXAMPLE
  1. to fulfil/perform a function
  2. bodily functions(= for example eating, sex, using the toilet)
  3. The function of the heart is to pump blood through the body.

granddaughter

/ˈɡrændˌdɔːtər/ (n)
  • cháu gái (nội, ngoại)
EXAMPLE
  1. My seven year old granddaughter asked me where all my wrinkles were going!
  2. bodily functions(= for example eating, sex, using the toilet)
  3. The function of the heart is to pump blood through the body.







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