"Tất tần tật" từ vựng Academic bắt đầu bằng E nên học trong tiếng anh
"Tất tần tật" từ vựng Academic bắt đầu bằng E nên học trong tiếng anh
Hôm nay, IELTS TUTOR sẽ chia sẻ thêm về các từ vựng Academic bắt đầu bằng chữ E nên học trong tiếng anh cho các bạn.
Very serious, sincere intent - nghiêm túc, tận tâm
- Add the banana-yellow sleeve design to Michael de Koningh's earnest sleeve notes, and this compilation cannot be missed.
- What is most attractive about Elie's book is its earnest and unfeigned passion for such a worthy but unfashionable subject.
- At every machine an earnest young person pumps bleakly away, intimidatingly burning those extra pounds, trimming those recalcitrant inches.
- An ideal young boy's yarn about the earnest young English couple shipwrecked off the coast of Darkest Africa.
- The truth was more that the agenda didn't fit with her sincere and earnest style, so why should she change in order to fit it?
Unconventional and strange - kỳ dị, quái gở
- How did Liebfraumilch end up making condiment versions of their bottles, and how did these end up in an eccentric bread and breakfast place?
- Past discoveries of planets in other solar systems had wildly eccentric orbits or orbited very close to the star.
- From 1979 until 1999 Pluto was not the outermost planet, its eccentric orbit making Neptune the furthest from the Sun.
- Together, the two extremes define the boundaries of a highly eccentric orbit.
- Almost the first thing you see, is Marcel Duchamp's rotorelief of a disc with slightly eccentric circles of hatched red, black and white.
Very happy and excited - phấn khởi
- He was elated, since this meant he would probably be the smartest guy on this planet.
- The exhausted 58-year-old said he was elated when he arrived back at the school.
- We were elated when, with a slight thud, our car nudged into the warmth of the terminal station.
- I was elated by the euphoria and the celebrations that followed our victory.
- I was elated and horrified by the sheer outrageousness of the problem we had set before them.
Cleverly escape from or avoid, fail to be understood by, be unattainable by - thoát khỏi, trốn tránh
- In early runs of the game, Riper was asked to play the enemy and attempt to elude the U.S. planners.
- He, however, managed to elude them, as he was a master of disguise, and almost everywhere he went he had supporters who hid him.
- Obviously the first conception can breed bureaucrats who are adept at figuring out ways to elude the law.
- There are those people who feel that success may elude them if they do come out.
- In the end, if some of Smith's ambitions elude him, it is perhaps because they are so grand.
Try hard to achieve something, an attempt to achieve something, hard work - nỗ lực, cố gắng
- In this, as in every other human endeavour, the proof of the pudding is in the eating.
- He alone of all men must for an uncertain time abjure this field of endeavour, however great his interest.
- I shall endeavour to live through it and will hopefully be as drear as ever within a few hours.
- I therefore will endeavour to buy some freshly ground espresso coffee in the near future.
- In its short history America has a lot to be proud of, especially in the field of human endeavour.
Declare approval of sign a cheque on the back - chứng thực
- Courts are obliged to endorse an offender's driving licence with penalty points for most motoring offences.
- Most advertisers preferred using movie stars and entertainment celebrities to endorse their products.
- Sponsors are desperate to have her at their tournaments and companies are lining up to have her endorse their products.
- He's right about artists losing all credibility when they endorse products.
- Documents show industry executives have been keen to encourage film-makers to endorse their products in this way.
Uneven, irregular - thất thường
- He was haughty, erratic, self-obsessed and his violin-playing was atrocious.
- It is still a little erratic but there are very few signs that the UK is experiencing a double dip.
- Querulousness, arrogance and an erratic streak alienated even his closest supporters, dooming his place in history.
- He may have been erratic and error-prone but at least he was prepared to hurl ideas around.
- A defibrillator emits a series of electric shocks, these make sure the heart does not have erratic rhythms.
Of moral principles, morally correct - thuộc về đạo đức
- The Presbyterian merchant sought to follow ethical principles in all his business affairs and to make merchandising a public service.
- The organization's success, in fact its very survival, over the long term is dependent on ethical leadership.
- He resigned in the midst of it because he too was ethical and couldn't bear it anymore.
- The ethical rationale of the fast is to teach self-discipline, humility, and empathy with the poor.
- He was a thoroughly ethical person in all his dealings, personal and political.
The code of polite behavior in a society – nghi thức, phép xã giao
- I don't know what the etiquette is on dead wine at adjacent tables, but I know what the etiquette is on waiting tables.
- Her feet followed his automatically, as a reflex from many hour of being tortured in etiquette, posture, and dance classes.
- The strategy seems to be to shame people into conforming to the official anti-racist etiquette.
- Indonesians expect foreign executives to act out elaborate rituals of etiquette as a precondition for establishing a good working relationship.
Seeking to evade or avoid something - lẩn trách, thoái thác
- Not in the mood to be evasive or cryptic, she turned back to him, eyes glowing in the sun.
- It would allow a missile fired by a fighter to react to evasive movements by its target, ensuring a direct hit.
- Heavy anti-aircraft fire forced the planes to take evasive action, and even trained pathfinders had trouble finding and marking the drop zones.
- In taking such excessive, evasive action he was not the only eminent Victorian to be sickened by the idea of engaging in sexual congress.
- Unlike bomber crews, we could take violent evasive action to get out of accurate heavy flak.
Make something seem greater than in reality - thổi phồng, làm quá
- Virgoans, even when suffering from minor illness, likes to exaggerate their troubles.
- Kurosawa's, by contrast, exaggerate the theme, casting it in the hyperbolic terms of a dread-inducing and sometimes even apocalyptic horror.
- People are lazy and they'd rather exaggerate to get what they want than tell the truth.
- Really exaggerate this movement until you can perform it with a slight hop at the start of the turn.
- As I wrote in this space last month, polls on this issue probably tend to exaggerate support for us.
Going beyond what is reasonable or just, unreasonably high – quá cao
- Tyres and tubes were rationed but could be purchased on the black market at exorbitant prices.
- Private moneylenders charge exorbitant interest rates of 30 to 50 percent for a 5-6 month growing season.
- In fact, they must pay exorbitant prices for food, water and tools and end up working to pay this back for years.
- I promise that you will never again have to pay exorbitant amounts to get your children into med school.
- The buildings are usually controlled by slumlords who overfill the flats, charge exorbitant rents and allow the buildings to become rundown.
Coming from outside - đến từ bên ngoài
- Because of its observational nature, our study cannot differentiate between intrinsic or extrinsic factors in the reduced reproductive success.
- Non-temporal extrinsic data differ from stratigraphic data in that the linearity and irreversibility of the time element are absent.
- In all gnathostomes, all but two of the extrinsic eye muscles are controlled by the oculomotor nerve.
- Besides requiring vitamin K, these extrinsic factors need carbon dioxide and oxygen for carboxylation.
- It may have been due to a widespread extrinsic factor, such as bad weather, that brought many populations into synchrony.
Lively and cheerful – xum xuê, cởi mở
- I had this great adrenalin surge and I walked out feeling exuberant, almost as if I was drugged.
- The musical landscape has changed, but Sade's jazzy urban style is as exuberant and satisfying as ever, nowhere more so than on the title track.
- They have an exuberant, vital, natural radiance around them that is infectious to others.
- Other scenes are of a more exuberant nature, suggestive of a child joyfully tossing a ball or piece of clothing into the air.
- Seth is an exuberant young man, rather socially awkward, and a bit of a wise aleck.