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Kindly, good natured – lành, ôn hòa (khí hậu)
- Its benign silhouette squats against the southern sky like some fat Buddha.
- Asthma in young children is no longer considered a benign disease, since it often presents with acute exacerbations.
- Isolated atrial and ventricular ectopic beats in pregnant women without existing heart disease are usually benign.
- Her past medical history was significant only for an abdominal hysterectomy performed more than 10 years earlier for benign disease.
- Unfortunately, the methods used to grow leatherleafs and other fern types is often less than benign.
Very strange, unusual, odd, grotesque - kỳ quái, không bình thường
- Bizarre moment of the week came last night, as I was driving along Western Road in Hove.
- Bizarre behaviour, considering they had only ever known me as a man with a consuming sense of mission.
- Bizarre conversations with taxi drivers are par for the course in Dublin, but this one took the biscuit.
- Bizarre cells, nuclear pleomorphism, and mitotic figures were easily found.
- Bizarre honey-pot ants, whose distended stomachs are full of honey, also provide a sweet treat.
Flattery intended to persuade or coax, to cajole, to flatter – a dua, nịnh hót
- But blandish rice and undressed iceberg salad don't do much to help out.
- They blandished the guard into letting them through the gate.
- Artfully he flattered and blandished him.
- They feared her power to blandish.
Boldly conspicuous or obtrusive - rành rành, hiển nhiên
- Think of the company, and its blatant disregard for honesty, fair competition and legal strictures.
- Second, you must submit to a two-and-a-half year purgatory of character assassination and blatant distortion of your record as a public official.
- His article was not only disappointing but appeared to be blatant propaganda.
- He called the advertising a blatant attempt to buy votes for the coming election.
- When blatant opportunities arose for commentary, the main issue was left out entirely.
A small mark or flaw, to mar or spoil (verb), a defect - tì vết
- By vandalistically setting everything they had left behind on fire, they left a terrible blemish.
- The range and extent of Shakespeare's indebtedness is a badge of his genius, not a blemish upon it.
- Korea's inflation rate is the one blemish on an otherwise solid report card, at least on the macroeconomic front.
- The ideal blemish bleaching creams only contain natural lighteners proven safe and effective for skin.
- Oil application to the rind surface produced a more severe blemish than did mechanical damage.
Break a rule or agreement, a violation, gap – vi phạm
- I thought the garden was walled all round, but there is a breach in the wall at the back which a healthy animal could have hurdled.
- Any breach of the rule was to result in a withdrawal by the clergy of their services at the wake and funeral.
- Solicitors who breach the rules may be reprimanded or charged with misconduct.
- The fact that it is technically in breach of the car hire agreement is, surely, a civil matter and thus just a technicality?
- She said they would be charged with breach of the peace and malicious damage offences.
Belonging to the past - đã qua
- Many superheroes of bygone eras possess powers that exist in some way in the natural world or derive from real inventions.
- And is it really the business of government to prop up the ancient memorials of a bygone era?
- So once again Europe was simply recalling the glories of the ancient bygone age on behalf of the natives.
- The steam locomotive evokes nostalgic memories of a bygone era with its glory and old age charm.
- Moreover, English class society of a bygone era seems a relatively easy target.
A government official , one who follows guidelines rigidly – quan chức, công chức
- There is also hope in the fact that Putin's previous careers as a spy, bureaucrat and politician were marked by mediocrity, not achievement.
- Tighter rules were needed to stop taxpayers' funds being wasted on party political advertising, a senior parliamentary bureaucrat has said.
- By definition a bureaucrat is an official who insists on a rigid adherence to rules and routine regardless of the needs of the situation.
- If found guilty, the state's top bureaucrat will face imprisonment up to three months.
- We can't allow some government bureaucrat to label you an unlawful combatant, and thereby keep you in custody indefinitely.
Kindness, well meaning and kindly - nhân từ
- In my days as a wine merchant, he was a benevolent boss who was keen to pass on helpful tips.
- He now seems more than ever convinced of his own rectitude, more certain that his words and actions are necessarily benevolent.
- Her two memoirs, Twenty Years at Hull-House and Second Twenty Years, created a benevolent, all-knowing persona.
- The 1960s and 1970s brought a loss of faith in the benevolent bounty of science.
- So, I, being your benevolent, kind and generous friend, decided to get you a new cat for your birthday.