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

· Academic words

Hôm nay, IELTS TUTOR sẽ chia sẻ thêm về các từ vựng Academic bắt đầu bằng chữ H nên học trong tiếng anh cho các bạn.

Harmonious

The quality of forming a pleasing combination, agreement; peace, having parts arranged in an orderly manner: hài hoà, du dương, êm tai

Ví dụ:

  • It's an album that is as beautiful, harmonious and calm as a blue sky on a windless day.
  • Mark Kelly's guitar added soul to the group as he bashed out a harmonious antidote to the high pitch of the violins.
  • There certainly have been conflicts and rivalries in the group, but basically we are an amazingly harmonious bunch.
  • The seemingly harmonious life of the family is shattered and the two women decide to go away to a distant place and begin life anew on their own.
  • It is assumed that any blend of wines from the same property is likely to be harmonious.

Heyday

The period of a person's greatest success, energy etc - thời cực thịnh, tuổi thanh xuân

Ví dụ:

  • Root beer floats had another heyday in the 1950s, the era of malt shops and soda jerks.
  • In its heyday in 1935, Alexandra Park had a lido, tennis courts, putting green and bowling greens.
  • The heyday of the unscrupulous mercenary type dawned when the colonial powers pulled out of Africa leaving chaos behind.
  • Chen revealed that the two paintings were created in the heyday of the two masters, fully displaying their talent and skill.
  • The rails will be a permanent reminder of the heyday of the station as a thriving terminus.

Hinder

Delay or obstruct: cản trở, gây trở ngại

Ví dụ:

  • But even as Giuliani's prominence in the city's recovery grows, his lame-duck status may hinder his efforts with the legislature.
  • The adjustable hood fits over helmets and hats and won't hinder your vision while you're out and about.
  • Counselling in the aftermath of traumatic events can worsen stress and hinder recovery.
  • Venues cloaks Achates and Aeneas so that no one will hinder their progress towards the city.
  • Employees work in teams to identify obstacles that may hinder performance and develop action plans to address issues.

Hostile

Unfriendly, opposed: không thân thiện, thù địch

Ví dụ:

  • Men who are recently out of the army or marines are favored to play hostile gunmen.
  • He remembered many times catching his son reading stories about futuristic spacemen battling hostile aliens.
  • Beautiful and well-bred, she suffered the hostile treatment of critics who believed that as a painter she must be a woman of easy virtue.
  • Too many hostile journalists have already consigned him to the ranks of the awkward squad.
  • As fascinating and magical as this world is, it's filled to the brim with hostile beasts and hidden dangers.

Humane

Showing concern and kindness, tender - nhân văn, đạo đức

Ví dụ:

  • Harmless and humane, the cats simply don't like the sound, which is undetectable to the human ear.
  • We need a president to re-engage the nation in international law, respect for the UN, and a fair and humane domestic policy.
  • Like it or not there is no truly humane way to exterminate a fox, one way or another there is distress.
  • In the savage factory working conditions of the time, he introduced the novel concepts of steady wages, clean, humane conditions and a sick fund.
  • It's an incredibly humane, kind film, and it reminds you that being humane and kind will always lead to radicalism, never to moderatism.

Humility

The quality of being humble: sự khiêm tốn, nhún nhường

Ví dụ:

  • The paucity of humility shown by the Government in the face of such antipathy is stomach-churning.
  • Whatever the reason, his public persona seems guarded and calculating and his repeated protestations of humility usually fall flat.
  • This isn't so bad if the judge respects stare decisis, sticks to existing law, and approaches the job with humility and restraint.
  • The great thing about human problems is that they bring out compassion and humility.
  • Deconstruction theory and the decline of the omniscient narrator demonstrate a newfound humility.

Heed

Pay attention to, pay heed-pay careful attention: chú ý, lưu ý

Ví dụ:

  • Alas, they failed to heed me, and as a result the traditional New Year predictions column is a mite trickier than it used to be.
  • In his early 60s, Luke was his own man and paid scant attention or heed to the conventions of modern day life.
  • Alas, Corbie neglected to heed his own warning and ventured onto the Queensway whilst vastly over refreshed.
  • Take heed you purveyors of performance, you touters of telematic technology.
  • That is the only way one can deal with Whiggery, and I implore all decent-thinking, true Americans to heed my urgent call to arms!

Hilarious

Very funny - vui

Ví dụ:

  • It's a hilarious film full of gems of comic absurdity that are mixed in with nonchalant understatement.
  • He kept us up until well past 4am with hilarious stories of an actor's life.
  • The song, added to the tongue-in-cheek scenario, made this a hilarious little jewel.
  • The quote from his impromptu speech regarding space travel and its relation to human bone deterioration was hilarious.
  • Scott Hudson was freaking hilarious talking in carny jive when interviewing them.

Hindsight

Understanding of a situation or event after it has happened: sự nhận thức muộn màng (sau khi việc đã xảy ra)

Ví dụ:

  • All of them could have offered convenient launching pads for wise disquisitions infused with the wisdom of hindsight.
  • With the benefit of hindsight, I prefer to be philosophical about my experience.
  • He sees too many journalists as focused on a mythical past when things were better, at least in hindsight.
  • With hindsight, they didn't seem bothered about the suggestion of a relationship, though the timing was awkward.
  • Of course, this sort of hindsight is only slightly worse than spending your time contemplating your navel.

Hype

Informal-excessive or exaggerated publicity, publicize in an excessive or exaggerated way: sự quảng cáo thổi phồng, sự cường điệu

Ví dụ:

  • Given the hype that surrounded the 200m freestyle, that was a tough undertaking.
  • James already has accomplished the near-impossible by living up to the hype that followed him into the league.
  • The band's multifaceted punk serves to hype the bass and drums over their cutting guitar noise and cheaply distorted vocals.
  • Next Saturday the Paul Oakenfold hype machine hits Alberta playing his now mythic set of trance in Edmonton.
  • The movie is an indictment of musical overexposure and hype as recounted by those who were the musical pawns.

Hypothesis

A proposed explanation based on limited evidence, used as a basis for further investigation - giả thuyết

Ví dụ:

  • With the growth of anatomical knowledge, the literal hypothesis of the morbidly wandering womb became increasingly untenable.
  • In 1915, with his theory of general relativity, Einstein extended this hypothesis to include gravitation.
  • Democracies work well, and my hypothesis is that this is because people in the mass have a different kind of intelligence at work.
  • Saccheri then studied the hypothesis of the acute angle and derived many theorems of non-Euclidean geometry without realising what he was doing.
  • They may not have given sufficient weight to two other factors, one an arguable hypothesis and the other a central fact of British politics.

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