"Tất tần tật" từ vựng Academic bắt đầu bằng I nên học trong tiếng anh
"Tất tần tật" từ vựng Academic bắt đầu bằng I nên học trong tiếng anh
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Not clear enough to be read, hard or impossible to read because it is badly written or printed - khó đọc, không đọc được
- Eventually when it was prised open, I found some yellowed and brittle sheets of paper, most of them hand-written, but illegible now.
- It was tied up with string and read in scribbled, almost illegible, penmanship.
- Oblivious, Sam paused to quickly scan the print-outs and spiky, almost illegible handwritten notes strewn around the room.
- When a person signs a document, his acceptance of an illegible scrawl as his signature is sufficient to make it his signature.
- It is a display font whose forms are extremely thick, up to the extent of being nearly illegible.
Fill with a feeling or quality, to permeate with ideas feelings etc. - nhuộm, thấm đẫm
- In other words, dawning the robes of a preacher didn't imbue you with wisdom, intelligence and discernment.
- How does a majority in one case get the power to imbue its decision with extra weight?
- Antin's ability to imbue this bodiless amalgam with pathos is remarkable, a hint of what was to come in her various personae.
- We imbue the appreciation of art with some sort of Protestant work ethic and demand it does us good.
- Occasionally events conspire to imbue these great-leader impersonators with great symbolic power.
Resistant to, not affected, exempt, exempt from or protected against something - miễn (dịch)
- The human immune system is a remarkably flexible and adaptive piece of technology.
- The infection causes the immune system to activate white blood cells and chemicals to fight the bacteria.
- If you are run down and your immune system is weak, the bacteria that cause thrush may also multiply.
- It has also been demonstrated that a considerable number of Chinese medicinal herbs activate the immune system.
- Status of various immune cells and intracellular secretion of cytokines were assessed by flow cytometry.
To shut oneself in a place alone, confine, imprison: giam cầm, vây quanh
- Its purpose was to immure the emperor, protecting him from the gaze of the common people, who were forbidden from entering.
- It was customary at that period to immure prisoners in solitary confinement.
- Have they not forced him to immure himself here in the hills, when he should by rights be reigning in Rome?
- It never forged a chain to bind a heretic or an adversary, nor erected a prison to immure him.
Faultless, flawless - hoàn hảo , không tì vết
- I have chosen it because of the impeccable reputation of the journalists concerned.
- Even though he had impeccable manners and an engaging smile, and also a ton of money, she knew he wasn't for her.
- Of course, me and my impeccable planning and I get a stinking head cold the same week.
- Members of this new commission should be chosen from honest, steadfast and impeccable people.
- Unbeknownst to everyone else, a man in an impeccable suit stood off in the shadows, not moving a muscle.
To put in danger, endanger, pose a threat - đẩy vào nguy hiểm
- Unless all of this is brought into the open, it is going to imperil the future.
- But he does not accept that his decision will imperil the organisation's survival.
- Mr Coffey later said if the material at issue was discussed it could imperil a future trial.
- In traditional agrarian life, land was almost never divided, because to do so might imperil the next generation's ability to survive.
- The goal should be to enable that flow without allowing undue systemic risk and greed to imperil it.
A hindrance, a defect in a person's speech, anything that hinders: cản trở việc ký kết giao kèo, điều ngăn trở
- Meticulous copy editing may be another impediment to the quick dissemination of results.
- To them, even the treacherous and bureaucratized unions represent an impediment.
- If a diriment impediment exists and consent is exchanged, no marriage is contracted.
- The reason for this is that a prior marriage is only a diriment impediment to marriage, when it is truly valid.
- To recall, the state is deemed to enforce all directives of Apex Courts without any impediment.
Arrogant, dominating, expecting unquestioning obedience - khẩn cấp, hống hách
- A man who controls 100 people with a single imperious gesture is visibly demonstrating what power really means.
- A highly regarded consultant and teaching doctor, I found her manner imperious and domineering.
- And as he became the imperious head of a personality cult, he preached total freedom but demanded total fealty.
- To those I would add presumptuous, imperious, overweening and authoritarian.
- It's safe to say her imperious streak has been running on high here lately.
A driving or moving force or motive: sự thúc đẩy
- A consistent political factor of these new literatures lies in its strong impetus towards decentring the existing hierarchy.
- Neil Tarrant, on loan from Aston Villa, has provided the impetus with his precocious ability to score important goals.
- Nevertheless, he formulates the idea of impetus in more classical terms as a virtus impressa and virtus motiva.
- For artists, the beauty and complexity of the human figure is the prime impetus for painting it.
- The external stimulus provides the impetus to move forth from the inspirational quarter of the lunar cycle into the action quarter.
Done without being planned or rehearsed, without preparation - không chuẩn bị trước, ứng biến
- In drawings that seem as impromptu as doodles, he banished imagery as well as traditional graphic gesture.
- The singer recorded the story of Charlie as a pop song after hearing an impromptu performance of the tune in a San Francisco coffee house.
- And now I have said about as much as I ought to say in this impromptu manner, and if you please, I'll take the music.
- No planning was made to partake in such activities, it was completely impromptu.
- The three of us comprised an impromptu study group for one of our MBA exams in The International Economy.
To compose and perform without preparation, make from whatever is available - ứng khẩu, ứng biến
- Once Hathaway took the directing reins, he found himself having to improvise with the script on a daily basis.
- The ability of the Australian digger to think for himself and improvise is something that lots of other armies just don't have.
- It redefines community with its never-ending reservoirs of immortal classics to improvise, reshape and bring in new meaning to melodies.
- You can quickly improvise a shield to cover your forearm by wrapping a suit coat, jacket or overcoat around it.
- Our job is to improvise the fifth act by submersing ourselves in the first four acts.
Not showing proper respect, shamelessly bold - trơ tráo, vô sỉ
- She's as lively and impudent as the title suggests, and she exudes star power whenever she's on screen.
- He championed victims of injustice and the public came to view him not as an impudent libertine but as a patriarch and a sage.
- Their versification is traditional, though impudent rhymes and elusive caesuras shocked diehards.
- You wonder at the judgement of God that such unauthentic, crass, impudent lies not only lived, but prevailed for so many centuries.
- The impudent fellow has also angered his wife who sits nearby suckling their child.
Clever, brilliant, bright, gifted - khéo léo, tài tình, mưu trí
- His work was highly varied, but he became best known for his ingenious use of scrap material.
- Bikini Genie is an ingenious little gizmo of a jewel that clips onto the back of your bikini and gathers it up into an instant thong.
- So, should anyone have any ingenious ideas, please let us know and we may, in our unsurpassed magnanimity, decide to cut you in on the deal.
- The ingenious method of expressing every possible number using a set of ten symbols emerged in India.
- This is an ingenious and illuminating argument, but it is open to serious objection.