"Tất tần tật" từ vựng Academic bắt đầu bằng M nên học trong tiếng anh
"Tất tần tật" từ vựng Academic bắt đầu bằng M nên học trong tiếng anh
Hôm nay, IELTS TUTOR sẽ chia sẻ thêm về các từ vựng Academic bắt đầu bằng chữ M nên học trong tiếng anh cho các bạn. Bên cạnh đó, các bạn có thể tìm hiểu HƯỚNG DẪN TỪ A ĐẾN Z CÁCH PARAPHRASE CHO CỤM "AND SO ON" TRONG IELTS SPEAKING mà IELTS TUTOR chia sẻ trước đó.
A wealthy and influential - người có quyền thế lớn
- He made a fortune from trade and joined the gentry, but he was by no means the first upwardly mobile business magnate.
- Robbed I was, robbed of my rightful position in life of oil magnate and squillionaire at the tender age of five.
- A feudal magnate could exercise more power over his tenants than the king who was his overlord.
- The local barbecue magnate, a 51-year-old member of the Choctaw and Chippewa tribes, is also a longtime Robbins admirer.
- Jon Huntsman, the billionaire American chemicals magnate, is in his office surrounded by cuddly toys.
Great size or importance, size - độ lớn, tầm quan trọng
- This method is described and provides insights into the magnitude and basis of this limitation.
- Their punishing tactics were too much for Wigan whose schoolboy errors were embarrassing considering the magnitude of the occasion.
- Here again, the balance of forces is an order of magnitude more difficult to manage than in our own backyard.
- Seismic instruments will be installed along both plates in a section of the fault where small temblors of magnitude 2.0 are frequent.
- The temblor proved that an earthquake smaller in magnitude can cause greater damage than a more powerful earthquake.
Compulsory - bắt buộc
- In fact, if one accepts the argument above, the ineluctable conclusion is that Section 4 might actually facilitate the mandatory death sentence.
- Therefore, it is mandatory to establish an effective technique for screening blood donors for the malaria parasite.
- A mandatory inclusive executive, however formed, involving those who are criminal godfathers will never gain our support.
- The tariffs for murder and, for indeterminate terms, the mandatory sentences are all signs that the executive doesn't trust the judiciary.
- For high-profile Hollywood films, a tie-in with The History Channel or Discovery has become almost mandatory.
Wishing harm to others - xấu bụng
- It was a black, malevolent storm cloud, twitching and pulsing, rolling in, already filling up the stretch of the sky at the horizon.
- With malevolent eye highlighted in red and throat feathers raised like the hackles of a dog, he was distinctly intimidating.
- It's a malevolent money noose that is tightening just as the festive season's bells and lights are beginning to chime and shine.
- And instead of original sin leading to the Fall of Man, we fear the degradation of Nature by an apparently malevolent human species.
- The malevolent exercise of supposed supernatural powers, especially by women, attributed to a connection with the devil or evil spirits.
Fail to function naturally- trục trặc
- He quickly locked them back, but a computer malfunction left one door unsecure.
- After a while a friendly doorkeeper appeared and apologised for the malfunction of the automatic door.
- The reason for heartburn is a malfunction in the valve-like mechanism found at the junction of the gullet and the stomach.
- The No.3 engine had a prop replaced a week prior, and flight deck indicator lights now point out a malfunction.
- It was battery operated, and would not rely on a malfunction in the main power supply.
Handle or control skillfully - vận dụng bằng tay, thao tác
- This will be the first time lunar swingbys have been used to manipulate orbits of more than one spacecraft.
- To examine treatment effects, experimenters manipulate independent variables and control extraneous variables.
- I'm a lucid dreamer so my dreams can get stranger still as I manipulate them.
- Through the existence of a subsidiary, the firm may manipulate the internal transfer price and thus reduce the payment of taxes and duties.
- Part of the problem is that journalists are evermore suspicious of government spin to manipulate the media.
Of or in a margin, slight, unimportant - ở mép lề, không có lợi
- Such is the nature of American fencing that even at the nationals, marginal swashbucklers like me can end up dueling an Olympian.
- Nationally that figures has soared by 500 per cent in marginal seats in the election.
- First and foremost, it invites us to see Benjamin's reflections on the body as a crucial part of his work rather than a marginal theme.
- Much of the land being reforested is marginal farmland lying within the flood plain.
- Those figures showed a very marginal lead as you note and we can take that back.
A grid like array of elements – ma trận
- The concretion matrix is dominantly an interlocking mosaic of calcite, ferroan dolomite and quartz.
- In an ever-shifting matrix of alliances, people will always be looking for an advantage, which leaves others at a disadvantage.
- The unit matrix is a unit that provides objects for the common two, three and four dimensional vectors matrixes.
- The matrix formulation of the model produces an estimate that can be easily transformed into genetic covariance and correlations.
A sentence expressing a general truth or rule of behavior - châm ngôn
- Well, here's the news that proves the maxim every cloud has a silver lining.
- The general maxim is that it is better for ten guilty men to go free than punish an innocent, and so we should oppose this change.
- Perhaps, the gist of it all could be summed up in the old maxim that truth is stranger than fiction.
- The statesman's maxim shall be peace, and peace at any price.
- This singer should heed the old maxim and not quit her day job.
Informal-huge, excellent – nhiều, lớn
- It's unlikely that the mega rich will be able to increase the size of their wealth at the rate that they've been doing.
- The four-hour-long mega event will feature the leading lights of Malayalam cinema, music and literature.
- As for Rod Sawford, his letterhead says he is the member for Port Adelaide, a mega safe seat.
- A hotel and golfing centre for the mega rich is on course to open in Savernake Forest in about two and a half years' time.
- Lusaka, for instance, is the bastion of a population boom that qualifies it to be a blossoming mega city in Southern Africa.
A dangerous or troublesome person or thing - mối đe dọa
- The playing encompassed subtlety, ardor, menace and rage, all with an admirable polish.
- Underage drunken youths are a menace to the serenity of The Green, Castledermot.
- The years between '49 and '75 were marked by all sorts of male menace droids threatening the fate of Earth.
- In particular, Harry lacks the humour and the menace he should display in egging George on.
- And it's time we did something about what is turning into somewhat of a national menace.
An experienced person acting as an advisor - người cố vấn
- The project may be based on a suggestion from the SFI mentor, an idea from the student intern, or a combination of the two.
- It will not even allow me to say that I have been the best mentor and example for students, but I have always tried to be.
- And since last night, the bearded mentor had sequestered himself in his prayer closet, taking only water as he fasted.
- It is us, staff sergeants and sergeants, who don't want to take the time to train and mentor soldiers.
- For many, he is the mentor who set the standard and priority for congregational song.
Completely capture the attention of - thôi miên, mê hoặc
- The sounds of the organ and the choir used to mesmerize the faithful in those days.
- Headed up by choreographer Moses Pendleton, this troupe of dancing illusionists and contortionists have been known to mesmerize.
- Older and chubbier, which doesn't matter, he is a torrentially powerful, elemental actor, whose outbursts mesmerize, and whose very silences impress.
- The full-page picture of the bright pink pygmy sea horse in coral will mesmerize, while the penguin pictures will evoke smiles.
Careful and precise - tỉ mỉ, kĩ càng
- Both are works of meticulous detail and in each, there are powerful depictions of innocence under threat.
- Bristow, scrivener and the King's clerk, was meticulous in his record keeping.
- I have always taken pride in my meticulous cleansing routine, and now have to use a cotton bud to de-fluff.
- Above all, he prepared mounts that were marked by meticulous attention to detail and precise labeling.
- He is meticulous in locating his own work in relation to existing feminist scholarship in the field.
Dull or routine - thuộc cõi trần
- I apologize to any readers who spent valuable minutes reading limitless minutiae about my mundane existence.
- The thought of being entertained purely by tap for an hour and twenty minutes sounds mind-numbing and mundane.
- There surely must be an interesting use for this, once my mundane chores are over.
- The mundane chore of security by interdiction is morphing into the more difficult task of security by imagination.
- Ordinarily lame and mundane places like rotary clubs transform into shanties of shock and mazes of monstrosity.
A very great number - vô số
- The majority of tracks clock in near the ten-minute mark and are rife with chimerically harnessed energy funneled into a myriad of outlets.
- They'll need stamps, stationery, laundry money, and myriad other items, if they live away from home.
- A panel discussion will explore the myriad issues surrounding rapidly emerging biotechnology and how it relates to world trade.
- These are only some illustrative examples from myriad stories and they go back several years.
- Her monologue during the show was a mix of morbid poetry, bad puns and ghoulish double entendre, setting the standard for her myriad successors.
An imaginary person or thing - thần thoại
- The essence of the myth is that the English are standoffish, the Welsh are clannish and only the Scots and the Irish mix with anyone.
- Only in death can their message be transmogrified and their myth perfectly preserved forever.
- While many of the short stories in this collection are part myth and part folklore, most of them have used satire to make a serious point.
- This show is featured mainly to break the myth that film stars can never be good cooks.
- Such is our hunger for myth that we swallow fictions and reprocess them as truth.