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A sudden disastrous event – tai ương

Ví dụ:

  • Each character faces calamity and lives in a time of upheaval, and each is influenced by those events.
  • Moreover, rather than simply stringing together a series of events, Swisher bests Klein by explaining how and why the calamity unfolded.
  • Is there anything a CEO can do to prevent a calamity in making an acquisition?
  • Whenever any calamity, disaster or accident occurs, their team arrives there as volunteers for relief work.
  • Though it appears to be a natural calamity, to a great extent drought is a man-made calamity.


Quality or ability - số lượng, khả năng

Ví dụ:

  • Because of the turn and power change, I pulled ahead of Hippe and opened fire with the four.50 caliber Browning machine guns.
  • One of our weapons was the.50 caliber machine gun mounted in an armored cupola atop the turret.
  • It was very comforting and reassuring to have such high quality care from high caliber professionals.
  • The enclosed facility is Olympic caliber in size and quality, and you'll likely witness local talent of near-similar ability.
  • Read her account, and begin to understand what caliber and quality of fakers we're up against.


A disguise to conceal, hide by means of camouflage - ngụy trang

Ví dụ:

  • Dalliers, dawdlers and daydreamers learn to camouflage their lack of achievement in torrents of words.
  • He towers over the other actors, looking outrageous in a floor-length fur or terrifying in his camouflage pants and bomber jacket.
  • Elasticized waistlines with gentle fullness and softly gathered skirt styles will camouflage rather than accentuate your curves.
  • At any rate, she rolled up the cuffs of her camouflage cargo pants a few times so she didn't trip if today's class required running.
  • Almost unable to swim, frogfishes are a wonderful example of aggressive camouflage.


Truthful and straightforward - thẳng thắn

Ví dụ:

  • We need everybody to be truthful and candid when they're interviewed by the police.
  • You would hope that all of those who are interviewed would be truthful and candid and forthcoming.
  • From all the wedding phots, this looks the most natural, very candid and spontaneous.
  • He voted very conservatively, but he appeared to be a moderate, reasonable person because he was candid with the press and open.
  • His photos of the fighter on the streets and at home mixed a relaxed, candid style and vibrant, jazzy composition.


Roomy - rộng lớn

Ví dụ:

  • Each time I see Hugh, I remind him that we are a figment of his capacious imagination.
  • Hugh used to say that Howard was a boring little suburban lawyer with a closed and not very capacious mind.
  • I found the suites capacious, the sofas commodious, the sandwiches copious.
  • Within minutes the capacious bins around the Zone are brimming with cardboard boxes, soft drink bottles and disposable cutlery.
  • It was contained in an elegant, but not capacious, town house rather than a larger country house.


Take advantage of convert into or provide with financial capital - chuyển thành tư bản

Ví dụ:

  • Instead the country will capitalize on selling unique, branded products and services to affluent global consumers.
  • In fact, hillbillies themselves were the first to capitalize commercially on the hillbilly mystique.
  • Village of the Giants was made to capitalize off the expanding teen market and the groovy, sexy 1960s, the time of free love and wild orgies.
  • At least one Web entrepreneur is trying to capitalize on people goofing off during work.
  • Her agent wanted to salvage her career, and capitalize on the duo's on-screen and off-screen chemistry.


Attract and hold the interest - thu hút

Ví dụ:

  • The event never fails to captivate the excitement of the children, who always eagerly looked forward to it.
  • The volume will captivate anyone with an interest in politics, public policy, and the strange ways of the Fourth Estate.
  • Crime is law, and what we're trying to do is captivate the public's interest in something that they find interesting.
  • Whatever, there is still a person somewhere there to tease, interest and captivate us.
  • In election years, politicians thrash around blindly in an attempt to humour or captivate public opinion.


A sudden great disaster - thảm khốc

Ví dụ:

  • The catastrophe that made all of that a distant memory was equally unprecedented in the history of mankind.
  • Remote antiquity, hymned by the tribe's poet, is revered, and the future feared as it may bring catastrophe or even annihilation.
  • To avert feline catastrophe, head over to the blog deemed Most Deserving of Wider Recognition and drop a few shekels in the tip jar.
  • This catastrophe has at least had the holistic consequence of making us aware of our common humanity.
  • During the two inglorious years preceding the Emergency, the country had seemed on the verge of a catastrophe.


Appealing, easy to remember – giai điệu hấp dẫn, dễ nhớ

Ví dụ:

  • As Lipstick Traces demonstrates, even the band's B-sides feature catchy hooks, witty lyrics and solid rock song structures and dynamics.
  • But the mix of disco, garage, and pure farcicality provides some of the most insanely catchy tunes of the year.
  • It is quickly followed by another acoustic gem, No Goodbyes, which contains some beautiful melodies and genuinely catchy hooks.
  • The band struck up a catchy, fast-paced jazz beat, and Victoria began to sing.
  • The beauty of the band is their counterintuitive knack for balancing off-kilter musicianship with catchy hooks and chugging beats.


Careful to avoid danger or mistakes – dè dặt cẩn thận

Ví dụ:

  • And be extra cautious if the company has never undergone an audit from an outside accounting firm.
  • Yes, it's a time to be doubly, nay trebly cautious, but what about the men in blue doing their duty with enthusiasm too?
  • Everybody, even our best skiers, cautiously sidestepped down the first narrow pitch, then made cautious traverses and kick turns.
  • Despite the bicoastal success stories, fishermen and government regulators must be cautious in how and where pingers are deployed.
  • Teams are cautious about trading a player who could come back to haunt them.


Criticize strongly, strong disapproval, to condemn as wrong - kiểm duyệt khiển trách

Ví dụ:

  • Censure and discipline are a matter between the employing commission and the chief executive officer.
  • Each of the terrible ten is accompanied by a helpful little paragraph explaining just why it merits our censure.
  • The ' sameness ' that seems in line for censure is in fact a notable virtue.
  • Her photos of circus freaks and those on the margins of society earned her praise as well as censure from critics.
  • If your father allows you to swear at your mother without censure, it's horrible and reprehensible, but a private matter.


Possessing spiritual grace, inspiring - thần thái tỏa sáng

Ví dụ:

  • Charismatic and youthful, Seung was wearing shiny gold sneakers and a blazer with metal studs on the back.
  • Garnett, conversely, has a joyous personality and a charismatic style of play to boot.
  • An exciting and charismatic figure, Harry chooses his friends carefully and is fiercely loyal to the end.
  • The Charismatic movement is the international trend of historically mainstream congregations adopting beliefs and practices similar to Pentecostals.


Compose the sequence of steps and movements for a dance - biên đạo múa

Ví dụ:

  • Michael Schumacher is punted out at the first corner after trying to choreograph the start with team-mate Rubens Barrichello, who finishes third.
  • Actually I can tell you my plan to choreograph the other Shostakovich ballets.
  • To make the melodies come to life, the Xavante choreograph dances in a series of highly formalized patterns.
  • But it helped choreograph an energy boom that is transforming the Rocky Mountains into the country's newest energy frontier.
  • Traditionally, a director would be given five minutes to choreograph a new fight, have the stars practice the movements, and film it.


Lasting a long time, very bad (informal) - mãn tính

Ví dụ:

  • Medical practice shows undesirably large variations attributable to a chronic shortage of staff and inadequate training and information.
  • In this study, we describe an infant mummy from ancient Egypt that showed macromorphologic signs of chronic anemia and vitamin C deficiency.
  • Treatment with this drug should not be initiated in patients with active infections including chronic or localized infections.
  • People with chronic diseases like diabetes should get greater support in the community and at home.
  • When she was 14 years old, she had received a diagnosis of seronegative chronic active hepatitis, based on a liver biopsy.


Following the order in which things occurred – theo thời gian

Ví dụ:

  • Similarly, if we operate in reverse chronological order, the left shift will result in a multiplication by two.
  • The collection, arranged in chronological order, would require weeks, not days, to do it justice.
  • Until the Soviet era began in the 1920s, Abkhazians did not celebrate their birthdays or keep track of their chronological age.
  • The letters are presented in chronological order with accompanying annotations coming within endnotes.
  • In spite of that admonition, Fichman's book is not a conventional, chronological biography.


Evade a difficulty, to get the better of or prevent from happening by craft or ingenuity - phá vỡ/ lung lay kế hoạch của ai

Ví dụ:

  • At the same time, the number of people seeking private treatment is growing, as couples seek to circumvent long hospital waiting lists.
  • To partially rectify this system new diversionary cables were laid to circumvent the target conurbations.
  • Mathematical procedures, such as Fourier deconvolution and derivation, have been developed to circumvent this problem.
  • It hopes crowdfunding will circumvent these obstacles and create new opportunities.


Sticking together, logically connected, logical and consistent, articulate - liên kết

Ví dụ:

  • The theory was coherent, but its assessment of European working-class militancy was quite wrong.
  • The detention of children without a coherent rationale is institutional child abuse.
  • Though abandoning the Benthamite system of beliefs, he failed to devise in its stead a coherent system of thought of his own.
  • I would like to turn the long answer into something coherent and digestible, but I can't make any promises on either of those counts.
  • Condensing lengthy, rambling stories written in different styles into a coherent narrative is a difficult task.


Able to exist or be used together, consistent - tương thích

Ví dụ:

  • The English system of yards, pounds, and acres is more compatible with Biblical measurements such as cubits.
  • The problem was to create a storyline that would make each arbitrarily chosen episode compatible with the others.
  • Such a location is compatible with the ready diffusion of ethylene in both aqueous and lipid environments.
  • The texture is rich, thick and meaty, with a hearty flavor especially compatible with tomatoes, rocambole, basil, savory and zucchini.
  • He also believed that moral agency and freedom are compatible with metaphysical necessity.


The amount needed to fill or complete, a thing that completes or improves something - bổ sung

Ví dụ:

  • The extras complement the film without being overkill, and it's a pleasant addition to any fan's library.
  • The cell is then stretched and split into two halves on the framework of microtubules, each half containing a full complement of chromosomes.
  • We have a full complement of both vehicles and soldiers who can carry out any tasks that they are required to do.
  • The first being that institutions should be designed to complement what is existing in the country.
  • Or they may think that there are different sets that in some sense correspond to or complement one another.


Including all or nearly all - toàn diện

Ví dụ:

  • Even comprehensive analyses have not clarified phylogenetic relationships among aardvarks, tenrecs, golden moles, and elephant shrews.
  • There is a very comprehensive range of ceramics, from fabulous tableware to quirky characters and conceptual and exploratory pieces.
  • comprehensive assessment and continuous monitoring of the effects should be undertaken.
  • This brief run-through of the main milestones cannot be as comprehensive as the many excellent books on the subject.
  • They offer a comprehensive understanding of electronic mediums that most people find mentally taxing and tedious.


To admit as true, accept, give up an advantage or right, admit defeat in a contest - công nhận, cho quyền

Ví dụ:

  • He did concede, however, that there were some whose quality was so great that they must be saved.
  • concede that is probably true with respect to most gorillas and most men.
  • The remaining 27 didn't necessarily agree with the tough new approach but did concede that environmental tobacco smoke was a serious issue.
  • It is true, I concede, that the whole world seems to be in love with Gabriel Garcia Marquez.
  • They were totally outplayed and were very fortunate not to concede further goals.


Brief and to the point, giving information clearly and to the point - ngắn gọn

Ví dụ:

  • The links are very easily read, the headlines are concise, and the use of bold in the copy allows for skimming without interfering with reading.
  • In this case, the Buddha and the bodhisattvas very skillfully condensed the teachings into a very concise form.
  • The gallery is perhaps a little full, but the rich earthy tones, concise drawing and overall visual experience make it a worthwhile visit.
  • The sinewy first movement, which is the most concise in the whole of Bax's symphonic cycle, packs a powerful punch.
  • It presents data, detailed and in-depth, in an organized and concise tabular format with full-color graphs.


Agree, happen at the same time - đồng tình, diễn ra cùng lúc

Ví dụ:

  • There are few better refreshers than sitting under a flowering fruit tree or a sturdy old oak, and our bodies seem to concur.
  • We concur with their observations in respect of the installation of floor coverings on this contract, but would like to add the following.
  • While I don't agree with everything in Anderson's book, I do concur with her general overview and much of her critique.
  • For the avoidance of doubt this communication is not to be taken that we accept or concur with your appointment.
  • Individuals were summoned to advise the sovereign and they were under no obligation to concur with the opinions of others.


Governed by one's conscience, diligent in one's work or duty - Bị chi phối bởi lương tâm, siêng năng trong công việc hoặc nghĩa vụ

Ví dụ:

  • A reliable narrator, I would suggest, is an intelligent, shockable, conscientious and perceptive, human being.
  • They solicited civic protection for their own conscientious practice of religion, pleading freedom from all oppression and molestation.
  • Matters aren't helped either by her desperately turgid prose style, which is likely to turn off all but the most conscientious of readers.
  • We are given a conscientious restoration, a commentary, and a pat on the back, which is enough for me.
  • Not as conscientious as the hirsute man in front of me, I took this as my cue to step out of line.

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