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

· Academic words

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.

Naive

Lacking experience or judgment - khờ khạo

Ví dụ:

  • 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.

Neutralize

Make ineffective – trung hòa, vô hiệu hóa

Ví dụ:

  • 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.

Niche

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

Ví dụ:

  • 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.
  • niche in one of the walls, called a mihrab, shows the direction that the worshippers should face in order to face Mecca.

Nimble

Quick and agile – nhanh nhẹn

Ví dụ:

  • 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.

Nocturnal

Done or active at night - thuộc về đêm

Ví dụ:

  • 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.

Norm

The usual or standard thing - tiêu chuẩn

Ví dụ:

  • 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.

Nostalgia

Longing for the happy times of the past - luyến tiếc quá khứ

Ví dụ:

  • 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.

Noteworthy

Interesting or important - đáng chú ý

Ví dụ:

  • 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.

Neurotic

Excessively sensitive, anxious or obsessive - dễ bị kích thích thần kinh

Ví dụ:

  • 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.

Nurture

Care for and encourage the growth and development of, have a hope or belief for a long time - giáo dục, nuôi nấng

Ví dụ:

  • 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.

Notorious

Famous for something bad - nổi danh (xấu)

Ví dụ:

  • 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.

Negligible

So small or unimportant as to be not worth considering - không đáng kể

Ví dụ:

  • 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.

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