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To give up completely, leave permanently, lack of inhibition - bỏ mặc
- They then moved north to Varna in June, arriving just in time for the Russians to abandon Silistra.
- During this time, Muhammad in Mecca preached to the people, imploring them to abandon polytheism and to worship one God.
- Abandon your diet for heavenly, buttery, supersized, secret-recipe apple pancakes at Walker Brothers Original Pancake House.
- Abandon the undefendable settlements, keep the strategic bits and literally build a wall around the remainder.
- The historian Gaius Suetonius Tranquillus tells us the crisis had almost persuaded Nero to abandon Britain.
Accept or Obey a rule or decision – tuân thủ
- Soldiers also learned to abide by the laws of war and set more humane boundaries for future military operations to mitigate extreme cruelty.
- If one fails to abide by this rule on written information, no construction legal hypothec can be placed against the property.
- There are only a set number of radio frequencies, and the aliens have to abide by all natural laws as much as we do.
- All these and a multitude of other beliefs abide in Unitarian Universalism.
- Contempt proceedings were dismissed after the men gave assurances that they would abide by the court ruling.
Agree to a request or demand - bằng lòng
- If I should accede one day to Heaven, it must be there as it is here, except that I will be rid of my dull senses and my heavy bones.
- But not only does she accede to the arrangement, she consents to be the one to find a woman who can have children.
- A letter will be drafted to his players' managers in the hope that they will accede to his request.
- If Britain was to accede to membership, these countries had a strong economic incentive to follow suit.
- States who do not sign instruments at the time of opening for signature often accede en masse.
Make or become used to a new condition, to adapt or get used to - thích nghi
- Remember that the overland trip will help you acclimatize to the high altitude.
- It would allow me to gain a greater understanding of popular culture and help me acclimatize to society.
- Athletes should be advised to acclimatize for at least three to four days before exerting in the heat.
- You'll need to acclimatize yourself back to regular life again.
- They draw us into another world, their world, to which we must attune and acclimatize ourselves.
Created or done for a particular purpose only, specially arranged for a purpose - việc vặt, việc không tên
- They could be distinguished from more ad hoc mobs, including lynch mobs, by their structured nature and their semipermanence.
- Businesses may choose other collaborative software, or groupware that covers more informal, or ad hoc, processes that this cannot cover.
- Young girls and boys were being interviewed in a police station with ad hoc interpreters.
- He is part of an ad hoc committee struck by city hall to develop regulations governing raves and all-night dance parties.
- No ad hoc studies on the incidence of mesothelioma in areas of Italy characterized by the presence of tremolite in soil are available.
Difficulty, misfortune, troubled state - điều bất lợi, nghịch cảnh
- He is a man who has had to face up to adversity and he has done so with determination and dignity.
- The 61-year-old, still an eternal optimist, believes he can turn adversity to his advantage.
- Nominees can be able bodied or disabled sportsmen and women and may well have triumphed over adversity.
- This is not resuscitation, it is a deliverance from adversity, whether it be sickness, or some other lamentable circumstance.
- With adversity comes maturity, and today Westwood enjoys a new appreciation for golf's ancestral home.
Able to move quickly and easily, agility - nhanh nhẹn
- He struck it well but the agile Tony Lyons dived full length to turn it around the post for a forty five.
- That means it must be fast, outstandingly agile, and truly exciting to drive.
- Of the three species found in Thailand, the lar is the most numerous but is still under threat, while the agile and pileated are endangered.
- Then Mr Frost transformed from a rather frail-looking elderly man into an agile bushman.
- He either perched his agile paws on Max's motorbike handlebars or snuggled into his travel bag as the pair purred along the road.
State firmly or publicly, to state positively, to confirm - xác nhận
- It was a beautiful ritual that allowed me to publicly affirm the vows that I had sworn so many years before.
- Labor that does not affirm humans and, instead, reduces them to objects for manipulation, is a form of oppression.
- That means any two people who are not already married can publicly and formally affirm their commitment to each other.
- The writer talked about her struggles to publicly affirm spiritual values in a culture that is deeply cynical.
- But I discovered that most other churches never make their members publicly affirm this doctrine.
Though, although - mặc dù
- Albeit there is a wide spectrum of orthodoxy, ranging from the devout to those who ignore the Gods.
- Albeit a somewhat watered-down analog of garlic, their more malodorous cousin, raw onions are one of the best medicinal foods.
- Albeit dusty in appearance, the movie is abloom with the fresh influence of imported pop.
- Albeit scandalously late, the magistrate took this decisive step after the prosecution's 12 witnesses had failed to appear 31 times.
- Albeit there are those latter-day scientists who would tend instead to award the ancestral palm to the lung-fish.
Cause to make unfriendly. to distance oneself – xa lánh
- In Canada too, we see politicians striving to take the middle ground, aiming to not alienate potential voters.
- He didn't want to alienate his daughter who was already growing away from him.
- The danger is she's going to alienate the Indian community so badly it will be unrepairable.
- But all he has done so far is alienate the military brass, defense industry execs, and Congress.
- The actors bristle at the notion that this sentiment will alienate a patriotic American audience.
Lessen pain or distress, to lessen or relieve - giảm bớt
- Peat baths and peat fomentations have been used since the beginning of time to alleviate pain and disease.
- In addition, soaking your feet in warm water or with Epsom salts can alleviate painful corns and calluses.
- Still even this amount will help alleviate the banging techno on the temples and the overpowering, unfightable, desire to die.
- She said the 500 new nursing home places being built by Hampshire County Council would help alleviate the problem.
- Lastly, echinacea, goldenseal and alfalfa may alleviate symptoms and promote healing.
To refer to briefly or indirectly – ám chỉ
- This violates the Establishment Clause, because the tablets allude to the Ten Commandments and thus endorse religion.
- They do not even seem to allude to crucifixes or church buildings or vestments or liturgical practice.
- One reason for believing the reports are fictions is that apocalypses seem to allude literarily to previous apocalypses.
- Slim, arboreal columns and roof beams allude to the ficus trees that run along the western boundary of the site.
- A series of definitively drafted, untitled collages dating from the 1940s allude to the purely constructivist underpinnings of Oteiza's works.
Unclear, having more than one meaning – mơ hồ
- Nevertheless, through the Delphic oracle, the polis could ensure some, if ambiguous, assurance of the correctness of its religious discourse.
- In the recognition of ambiguous and multivocal model, the perception of the human will oscillate.
- In the UK, although the legal situation is somewhat ambiguous, it appears that all forms of aconite are effectively banned for internal use.
- The judgment was ambiguous over the adjoining 1.8 square mile plot, opening the way for both sides to claim it.
- However, Sutley has created a platform wherein his actors can create fully realized and rounded yet ambiguous characters.
Friendly, likeable, good natured - tử tế, hảo tâm
- Both are cats, cousins of our amiable purring friend of the hearthrug, but the tiger is king of the family.
- The duke was a very kind-hearted, amiable man who always enquired after his servants' well-being.
- He's an amiable enough chap who wombles through life doing no one any harm.
- Mary is an amiable, conventional, and trivial young woman who gets married.
- Despite his life going downhill, he was still described by people who knew him as a gentle, placid, easy-going, amiable man.
A short, entertaining true story – giai thoại
- Men will compete for the most supreme anecdote, joke, incident, or put down.
- Her novels are people-centred, using anecdote and badinage, and she was early inspired by E. Welty.
- Why it is so important to localise and identify a given sound can be illustrated by a simple anecdote.
- Let me point to one recent anecdote that to me suggests such overreaching is possible.
- If a speaker does use humor in a speech, make certain the story, anecdote or joke is surefire funny with all listeners.
Assess the quality or value of, evaluate - thẩm định
- Cunningham paused, and turned to appraise Katalin, who was still lying insentient before the fire.
- For those in posts, supervisor assessments were obtained for 46 trainees to appraise their performance three months into practice.
- Managers annually appraise the employees reporting to them in one-to-one meetings.
- Also, the ability to appraise the value of a dot-com brand name is still developing.
- He said the property measured about 1,300 square meters, but the government had yet to appraise the value of the land and the house
A collection of historical documents or records - lưu trữ
- This is so derivative, but I want these links here when I grep my archives.
- Aside from the primary source material contained in the aforementioned archives, there are the newspapers, both local and national.
- One of the most compelling qualities of the book is its retention from the archives of the earthy language of the people.
- To cut down on the cumbersomeness, I'm just going to post new ones on the archives page from now on.
- A quick click on my archives, and I find that there's not much difference from last Christmas.
To increase, to make large in number - tăng, thêm
- Those monies cannot be used to fund her reasonable budget but they will augment her expenditure because they contain a roof element.
- Stimulating tongue acupoints could augment the neural pathways connected to the motor cortex and result in improvements in motor function.
- In 1704 the revenue was diverted to found Queen Anne's Bounty, to augment the incomes of poor livings.
- Navy carrier-based jet fighters were available to augment continental air defense forces in an emergency.
- Both models empower ranchers, because they complement and augment the rancher's own storehouse of knowledge and experience.
Bold, daring – gan, táo bạo
- Of course it helps to have days like this, where one of Microsoft's most audacious business opponents finally capitulated.
- This would be an audacious move even for someone as bold as Schwarzenegger.
- With every new book she got more and more audacious, trying out new ways to surprise us.
- From this dynamic leader's audacious vision has sprung a city that is breathtaking in scale and vision.
- The audacious Wood stormed through the game and even managed an attempt at a drop goal in the second half.
Not typical - không điển hình
- Sputum cytology showed atypical cells suspicious of bronchogenic carcinoma.
- Urine cytology showed transitional cells only, but a brush biopsy from the renal pelvis revealed atypical cells.
- In view of all the atypical features, it was sensible to aspirate pleural fluid to see if it was a transudate or an exudate.
- That makes the universal affection for the BBC's 1986 miniseries The Singing Detective seem that much more atypical.
- Many of the specimens were examples of typical things, but some were atypical.
Grasp the meaning of, arrest - hiểu
- I might instead attempt to diagram its structure, insofar as I am able to apprehend it.
- People sentiently and sensorily apprehend culture rather than merely think it or act it.
- Most were not sure what to do, and called for keepers or guards to apprehend her.
- What would happen next is that the matter, as we apprehend it, would go back to the Minister for redetermination, according to law.
- Research has shown that a policeman plodding the streets is likely to apprehend someone committing a crime only once every 8 years.