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One side of something with many sides, an aspect - khía cạnh
- Debilitating self-loathing has been an all-too-prevalent facet of Scottish life and culture.
- The circumference of the facet gives attachment to the articular capsule of the tibiofibular articulation.
- Conservation must remain an important facet of any eco-tourism business and the projects should do well economically to succeed, she feels.
- Some common variants have an additional facet articulation with the cuboid bone.
- The lenticular process is substantially longer than the arm of the manubrium which connects the tympanum to the articular facet.
Possible, able to be done - có thể thực hiện được
- The February trip looks a lot more feasible after something very obvious came to me on the train home.
- Maceration is the only feasible method of producing a tincture from an unorganized drug such as gum benzoin or propolis resin.
- Passive-matrix designs require individual drivers for each pixel, limiting the feasible number of pixels.
- Dogs can be vaccinated against the virus, but it is not feasible to trap and vaccinate all the wild wolves in Yellowstone, park officials say.
- Based on the above hopeful interactions, I am convinced that joint custody is workable and feasible in this case.
An act requiring great courage, skill or strength - kĩ năng điêu luyện
- This amazing feat is consistent with the westerly airstream prevalent in the latitude of South Africa.
- In the days of reel-to-reel tape recorders, it was a technological feat in itself to be surreptitious.
- Foxx can be subtle and funny here, but his performance often feels like a rather hollow if impressive feat of mimicry.
- They've managed to capture an immense sound, which is quite a feat for a three-piece.
- He became the youngest of three reinsmen to achieve the feat on a programme in New Zealand.
Very confident and lively, garish: chói lọi, lòe loẹt
- So tearing my eyes away, I paid attention to what my flamboyant friend was saying.
- He was this wonderful flamboyant person, very funny, and he had lots of energy.
- Tragically, he died just a few months later in a plane crash and the world of golf lost its most flamboyant personality.
- The garish jackets and flamboyant ties were out in force as more than 2,000 people packed York Minster to celebrate his life.
- He was already beginning to develop an idiosyncratic and flamboyant style of dress.
Natural ability or talent, stylishness: sự thính, sự tinh, nhận thấy cái gì
- Along the way he also managed to take some piano lessons and discovered a unique flair for song writing.
- Given this flair for songwriting, their decision to record a collection of other people's songs seems a little risky.
- The design is functional rather than adventurous, and speaks of Germanic solidity rather than French or Italian design flair.
- For all the flair among his new teammates, it is this willingness to work for each other which Sutton cites as most significant.
- The film's wildly uneven, but there's no disputing Argento's bravura or flair for stunt casting.
Mark or spot that spoils something, a weakness, a mistake - thiếu sót, thói xấu
- They are a happy, successful couple whose only flaw is the absence of a longed-for child.
- My tragic flaw is that I'm not clever enough to figure out if I'm being made fun of or not.
- Hubris, the fatal flaw of a tragic hero which blinds him to the reality of the world, is not exactly in short supply at the present.
- To me, the fatal flaw of this method is her decision not to write a major methodological chapter to introduce her study.
- The biggest interpersonal flaw in any manager's tool kit is the constant overriding need to win.
A system of allowing flexible working hours - hệ thống giờ làm việc linh hoạt
- The meeting heard speeches about the attacks on the 35-hour week, flexitime, shift allowances and so on.
- Flexible working hours can take the form of annualised hours, compressed hours, flexitime, home working or job sharing.
- One solution, Conran believes, could be flexitime, with employees choosing, within certain limits, when to start and end their working day.
- Many companies allow their workers to work flexitime, and others allow their employees to work from home.
Lose property or a right as a penalty for wrongdoing, , something lost as a penalty for crime, fault or neglect: bị tước/ thiệt/ trả giá
- Now the initially agreed sales targets are not being met, there is talk of the franchise being forfeit.
- This was a major offense, punishable by death, and his life and domain were therefore forfeit, leading to the famous vendetta.
- If the copyright holder does not pay the tax for 3 years, then the work is forfeit to the public domain.
- The decision is particularly difficult because if she stays on in Bulgaria she could forfeit her job in Cardiff.
- Should the building be left unlocked and unalarmed, the organization will forfeit their deposit and must re-apply for use.