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"Tất tần tật" từ vựng Academic bắt đầu bằng D nên học trong tiếng anh

· Academic words

Hôm nay, IELTS TUTOR sẽ chia sẻ thêm về các từ vựng Academic bắt đầu bằng chữ D nên học trong tiếng anh cho các bạn. Bên cạnh đó, các bạn có thể tham khảo thêm "Tất tần tật" từ vựng Academic bắt đầu bằng B nên học trong tiếng anh"Tất tần tật" từ vựng Academic bắt đầu bằng C nên học trong tiếng anh mà IELTS TUTOR đã chia sẻ trước đó.

Decelerate

slowdown - giảm sút

Ví dụ:

  • When it is dry, a person can safely decelerate at the rate of 15 feet per second per second.
  • As you decelerate, the brakes get noticeably softer in the fraction of a second before the car stops.
  • Suddenly, the throttle pedal pushes back hard at you causing you to decelerate to the speed limit.
  • It rumbles and grumbles when I accelerate, and pops back through its exhaust when I decelerate.
  • Protected by an ablative thermal shield, the probe will decelerate to 400 metres per second.

Defer

Put off to a later time, to postpone, to yield due to respect - hoãn lại

Ví dụ:

  • The Club has decided to defer its annual dinner dance to the New Year due to the on-going club commitments on the field of play.
  • But it's also interesting and challenging to learn how to compromise with someone and to defer to their greater expertise on matters.
  • Instead they decided to defer the matter to give the park time to change the colour scheme to all white to make it look less conspicuous.
  • Traditionally, they are duty bound to defer to the wishes of their parents.
  • A contact has advised me it may be possible to defer payment of our National Insurance until the end of the year.

Deft

Quick and skilful - nhanh nhẹn, khéo léo

Ví dụ:

  • For all his good running and putting of runners into space with deft passes, one of his primary jobs is to kick points.
  • Then, with a quick and deft movement, Viktor slapped Erik hard across the face.
  • He was served plenty of deliveries which were straight and full, and he duly flicked them away with deft wristwork.
  • With a fine and deft delicacy, nature and landscape are imbued with a soft surrealism, edging towards an alchemic, almost spiritual symbolism.
  • With a less deft script, this could have been a thuddingly dull motion picture, but Steers finds the right balance between irony and pathos.

Delusion

A false belief or impression, the act of deluding - ảo tưởng

Ví dụ:

  • In a commentary for Zmag he not only skewers the fanaticism and delusion of the right, but the failure of the supposedly liberal media.
  • Some labor under the delusion that Alaska is smitten with almost perpetual darkness in winter and never ending light in the summer.
  • In neither case do I believe that the authors are actually under the delusion that the systems they are touting are perfect.
  • This delusion may derive from egotism, or just complete lack of self-awareness.
  • They must face capitalist reality or sink in a slough of socialist delusion, dragging Scotland down with them.

Deplete

Reduce the number or quantity of, to use up (resources) - gia giảm, sử dụng hết

Ví dụ:

  • Large shoals of pollack can quickly deplete the food supply on one wreck then move en masse to another.
  • European frogbit can displace native aquatic plants and deplete dissolved oxygen levels, impacting fish and wildlife.
  • And I told my creditors that we needed to give these people 10 days of severance, even though that would deplete the rest of our cash.
  • Diuretic drugs such as furosemide or the thiazides should not be used because they deplete sodium from the body.
  • There have been arrests relating to click fraud with regard to malicious clicking in order to deplete a competitor's advertising budget.

Depreciate

Reduce or lessen in value over time - giảm qua thời gian

Ví dụ:

  • Anyone who has enjoyed writing and reading lyrics as much as I have can hardly depreciate one mode for another.
  • But by how many thousands more did his car simply depreciate in value over the same period?
  • Our beautiful local meadowland, and its inhabitants, would be destroyed and many local homes would depreciate in value.
  • The simple reason behind this change is that the US dollar and the euro are going to steeply depreciate against the value of gold.
  • The simple reason behind this change is that the US dollar and the euro are going to steeply depreciate against the value of gold.

Dexterity

Skill in performing tasks, skill in using one's hands, body or mind - kĩ năng khéo léo

Ví dụ:

  • This gives rise to the first of the above definitions of dexterity as manual skill and neat-handedness.
  • Persons who do not have the time or the manual dexterity for these duties will have to entrust them to a competent groomer.
  • And he did so with an enviable manual dexterity driven by a witty, incisive mind.
  • Loss of abilities related to manual dexterity may affect work performance and may threaten or end essential career options.
  • The dexterity of the violin must be imitated by the viols down below, and is so to thrilling effect.

Diligent

Careful and conscientious, hardworking - siêng năng

Ví dụ:

  • He knows that nailing cops is a rough task for even the most diligent prosecutor.
  • In no way do I want to neglect being diligent, no matter who may take me for uncourtly.
  • These were quiet, diligent players, respected as much by their colleagues for their humility as their ability.
  • A kid with a real gun was more diligent at cleaning than most folks, so it never got pitted but the bluing was sure rubbed away.
  • Those duties were imposed to ensure that a mortgagee is diligent in discharging his mortgage and returning the property to the mortgagor.

Divest

Strip off, to deprive (of rank, power etc) - tước đoạt

Ví dụ:

  • The grant of a licence to occupy, however, will not divest the owner of control.
  • He stomps in without stopping to divest himself of his sombrero, spurs or pistols.
  • In some cases, local officials and members of indigenous cabildos colluded to divest the Indian communities of their land.
  • Paese also said it didn't make sense to divest holdings of stocks because of a company's activities.
  • But we can't give government the unilateral right to divest us of all our rights.

Dysfunctional

Not operating properly, unable to deal with normal social relationship - rối loạn chứng năng

Ví dụ:

  • Dysfunctional families seem to be occupying the minds of Scotland's visiting choreographers.
  • Dysfunctional elimination syndromes delay reflux resolution cause breakthrough urinary infection and lead to reimplantation surgery.
  • It is not just the athletes themselves who are growing old with dysfunctional bodies and disturbed minds.
  • Streetlights, even on the main roads, have been dysfunctional for nearly 20 days now.
  • It's not a threat to write a book about a dysfunctional intelligence organization.

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