Tất tần tật" từ vựng Academic bắt đầu bằng N nên học trong tiếng anh
Tất tần tật" từ vựng Academic bắt đầu bằng N nên học trong tiếng anh
Hôm nay, IELTS TUTOR sẽ chia sẻ thêm về các từ vựng Academic bắt đầu bằng chữ N nên học trong tiếng anh cho các bạn.
Lacking experience or judgment - khờ khạo
- I was so naive, I thought he was using some cool, mature way to describe going steady or going out.
- In such work his style was colourful and bizarre, sometimes with an almost naive quality of freshness.
- Like the sculpture, the images represent a very naive viewpoint in the art world.
- A Canadian production, it spoofed the entertainment industry via a cast of impossibly naive characters.
- Those voices were more voluble and more naive ten years ago than they are today.
Make ineffective – trung hòa, vô hiệu hóa
- Positive charges from the gold electrode then flood the material to neutralize the electrons.
- In fact baking or cooking for a long time in pressurized hot water can help to neutralize the toxic aconitum in raw aconite.
- This is the only product that can neutralize toxins from rattlesnakes, cottonmouths, and copperheads.
- Fortunately, animal cells produce various antioxidants, which neutralize most oxidants.
- Tomatoes are rich in antioxidants, which neutralize damaging free radicals.
a situation or activity specially suited to a person's interests, abilities, or nature; Job or role to which one is suited - chỗ thích hợp
- They were traditionally denied land rights, and had thus developed trading as a niche activity.
- In 1549, Jafar founded Kudus Mosque and fastened the rock in its mihrab, a niche in the mosque wall facing Mecca.
- The mosque contains, in its eastern wall, the mihrab, an ornamented niche that points toward Mecca and toward Allah.
- A niche in one of the walls, called a mihrab, shows the direction that the worshippers should face in order to face Mecca.
Quick and agile – nhanh nhẹn
- With nimble fingers made steady by her own inward resolve, she tied the cravat.
- He is extremely energetic and nimble in the ring and gives the impression that he adores the art of bullfighting.
- He's a nimble, accomplished soloist and a sensitive accompanist, capable of pastel washes, shimmering folky chords or juicy bop lines.
- The film shows a pair of nimble, experienced hands framed in close-up, deftly preparing an impossibly lovely meal.
- He was noted at school for his fleetness of foot and it was said that he could outrun any of those fleet and nimble flock.
Done or active at night - thuộc về đêm
- Tuataras are primarily nocturnal predators of arthropods, especially those associated with sea bird colonies, and tree wetas.
- Hemideina tree weta are a group of large, flightless, nocturnal insects endemic to New Zealand.
- She and her kind are shy, nocturnal animals, usually hiding deep in burrows and rarely seen in the wild.
- They are nocturnal hunters and feed mainly on small mammals like mice, rats, voles and shrews.
- Thus it may normally be crepuscular or nocturnal in its feeding and swimming behavior.
The usual or standard thing - tiêu chuẩn
- But where hunkvertising was once the exception, it seems it has now become the norm.
- With the arrival of Roman culture in the 1st century, various forms of art utilising statues, busts, glasswork and mosaics were the norm.
- Even where illegalism was the norm, he stood out, his career littered with examples of extortion, bribery and intimidation.
- The outsider was aware that payment of chiefery to the lord was the norm, but that some within the lordship were refusing to pay it.
- To the extent that predicate position is an indication of adjectivity, however, soon represents no radical departure from the norm.
Longing for the happy times of the past - luyến tiếc quá khứ
- The religious and cultural bonds further cemented those ties with village people, which they remember with nostalgia.
- Vinyl hasn't simply become a symbol of cultural preservation or nostalgia, however.
- Stay too long and you inevitably drown in a quicksand of disappointment, seedy nostalgia and self-deception.
- Images that traditionally evoke nostalgia become symptomatic of inevitable decay.
Interesting or important - đáng chú ý
- When a group maintains such a level for five years, however, its uninterestingness becomes noteworthy in itself.
- It is also noteworthy that in these cases a portion of the compurgators were women.
- Particularly noteworthy is The Road Goes On Forever, a songbook of words and sheet music by Tolkien and Donald Swann.
- Why has the BBC seen fit to excise this small but noteworthy and newsworthy detail from their version of the news?
- Thus while never a specialist in monetary theory nor making any claim for original contributions to it, Brown's participation was noteworthy.
Excessively sensitive, anxious or obsessive - dễ bị kích thích thần kinh
- The other film goddesses were narcissistic, neurotic, concerned about no one except themselves.
- My personal view, admittedly pretty neurotic, is that the politician is jealous of hardworking people who can manage to have a good time.
- Or is it creating a neurotic, hyperactive corporate culture in which chief executives are too nervous to make any decisions?
- The first thesis is that much neurotic symptomatology and indeed much so-called normal behaviour has a psychotic core.
- Lawrence's roles as man of action, poet, neurotic, and leader of men fascinated friends and biographers and the public for years.
Care for and encourage the growth and development of, have a hope or belief for a long time - giáo dục, nuôi nấng
- But he overestimates the extent to which the supremacy of nurture is generally accepted.
- He does what he can to nurture it, but otherwise leaves it to nature to do what it does.
- He earned the dough to bring this asinine concept to life, and has even recruited some heavy hitters to nurture it.
- I prize my mental instability and nurture the lunacy which manifests itself within my cranium.
- It is therefore consonant with, indeed an expression of, the personal autonomy that morality should protect and nurture.
Famous for something bad - nổi danh (xấu)
- There are displays dedicated to the notorious Edinburgh bodysnatchers Burke and Hare, and cannibal Sawney Bean.
- The undisputed father of the notorious black street gang was a fearless and mighty 5-foot-8 fireplug who loved to fight and loathed guns.
- Luke was a brilliant student despite the fact that he was a notorious slacker.
- Baboons are especially notorious for this rather unnwholesome exhibitionist behaviour.
- The bird is a notorious skulker, tending to show itself only momentarily, and is as difficult to see well as a nightingale.
So small or unimportant as to be not worth considering - không đáng kể
- Any help or assistance is sufficient provided it is not so insignificant as to be negligible.
- Radiation from free space is a negligible additional contribution so is not included.
- Homes on high land with a negligible risk of flooding may be turned down simply because they are in a high-risk postcode.
- Copper corrodes at negligible rates in unpolluted air, water, and deaerated nonoxidizing acids.
- That is because the high fixed costs make the marginal cost of adding passengers on a partially-filled flight almost negligible.