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face a challenge
to have to deal with a challenging situation - đối mặt với thử thách
- Terrestrial amphibians face a challenge analogous to that of marine intertidal animals, in that they are highly permeable animals in a potentially desiccating environment.
- The British did not face a challenge to their dominance of the North Sea until the 20th century.
- He may now face a challenge from hard-liner Jeffrey Donaldson.
- As massive natural resources are required to extract flavors, many of the new entrants face a challenge in the flavor and enhancer industry.
face the fact(s)
to accept that something is real or true, esp. if it's difficult to accept - đối mặt với sự thật
- Firstly, we will have to face the fact that there are no quick fixes or short cuts to fruitfulness and productive ministry.
- Under the present local authority planning policy small rural clubs now have to face the fact that their very existence is under threat.
- The truth is, it is hard to face the fact of murder or complicity in murder without a hard and cold heart.
- It is crucial for governments and corporations to face the fact that this feeling is quite pervasive.
- You have to face the fact that some players are virtually impossible to save, so it's just trusting to luck.
to go to sleep - đi ngủ
- Camomile tea is good for a bad stomach, but also helps you to fall asleep, like a couple of drops of lavender oil on your pillow.
- At long last the day ended, and I fell into bed hoping to fall asleep quickly and refrain from thinking about the ball again.
- If I didn't get sleep soon, I could probably either pass out or fall asleep at a really bad time.
- With food and water in her stomach, Calida let the urge to fall asleep take over and she fell into a dreamless, peaceful sleep.
- His body shakes with tremors of grief, and I hold him until I fall asleep again.
to fall quickly, esp. of prices, sales, rates, temperatures, etc. - giảm nhanh/ đáng kể
- He could lower prices to increase the audience, but income would fall dramatically.
- They also endured first-hand experiences with green mamba snakes, grunting warthogs, laughing hyenas, and black centipedes which would fall dramatically into the bath.
- Temperatures are hot in the day, but fall dramatically at night.
- Share prices fell dramatically in trading today.
- Temperatures have fallen dramatically in recent days
a misleading or incorrect image - hình ảnh sai/ gây hiểu lầm
- They appear designed to give a false impression of real concern for him for the benefit of the court and the media.
- It is stories like this that give the readers a false impression that money is the root of all evil.
- The combination of the view over the long curvaceous bonnet coupled with the chunky gearbox gives a false impression of size.
- The moccasin is made of a sheep hide reversed to give the comfort of wool and the false impression of security by the leather outer.
- If sliced, the peridioles are exposed, giving the false impression of a stony-iron meteorite.
someone you know personally - gương mặt quen
- His familiar face appeared on the front page of the Brighton Argus, wearing an expression of glowering discomfort.
- The Kilkelly native and former postman is a familiar face in the area and the large turnout emphasised his popularity.
- What price can you put on kindness, integrity, a sense of humour and the same familiar face coming through the door?
- These children, especially those in export industries, represent the most familiar face of child labour to Western eyes.
- He sped me out to the site in his sporty ground-hugging convertible, but, once there, we could scarcely find a familiar face.
a long way from somewhere - xa
- He fancied that she was even trying to flirt with him, but it was so far away he couldn't tell.
- It is easy to dismiss terrorist bombings in far away countries as being unimportant to us.
- As the unwieldy quant is about ten feet long and made from heavy, stout oak, it will usually be stored as far away from the river as possible.
- For many centuries this was the last watering place for cattle and sheep being driven to York cattle market from as far away as Helmsley.
- He could hear the steady flow of a waterfall not too far away and wondered where it was.
be much better: trở nên tốt hơn
- Ruth's exam results were far better this time.
- The weather was terrible yesterday, but it's far better today.
- She failed last time, but I'm sure she'll do far better this time.
- They play far better than this when they're on their home ground.
much more, or to a much greater degree - nhiều hơn
- This has enabled the designers to be far more adventurous with the level designs, and challenges you to think more laterally.
- Yet, compared to Deus Ex, it seems to have far less action and far more story.
- Notice the soft wadding, which I and a few other top tailors use, as opposed to the far more common ready-made shoulder pad.
- Believe me it's far more difficult to know what to say to an unconscious loved one than the movies make out.
- It is certain that his admission into the group would have been far more complicated had he admitted to being a former Waffen SS recruit.
sleeping deeply, or in a deep sleep - ngủ sâu
- Glancing in Ralph's room, she saw the old man fast asleep beneath his covers.
- Its events already laid out on the duty roster in his head, he returned to his cabin and was soon fast asleep.
- Sean put his arm round Chelsea, and they cuddled close, their baby fast asleep in Chelsea's arms.
- She was fast asleep like a buzzard that had been scoping out prey all day long in a field.
- A few days later, Chillingworth finds Dimmesdale fast asleep in a chair at midday.
quickly becoming - nhanh trở thành
- The air traffic controllers with whom we now chat are fast becoming endangered species.
- What is fast becoming the biggest prod to change is the faceless mass of investors pumping billions of dollars into companies.
- She might not realise it yet, but her baby bump is fast becoming a political issue.
- Reynolds is fast becoming the table setter for what gets talked about on talk radio and TV chat shows.
- The Hoddom stretch of the River Annan is fast becoming one of my favourite places to fish for sea trout and salmon.
an accident in which someone dies - tai nạn chết người
- In two road death cases, the procurator fiscal failed to order mandatory fatal accident inquiries.
- The fatal accident occurred when one car failed to climb an incline and became trapped on a roll-back arrester nearly 40 ft from the ground.
- Like rubbernecking at the scene of a fatal accident, I am repulsed yet, at the same time, I cannot seem to pull my eyes away.
- Titus and Dave partake in some base-jumping off a local bridge, until a fellow jumper suffers a fatal accident.
- The defendant is very sorry for causing the fatal accident, Your Honour, it was unintentional, he nodded off whilst driving.
a bad mistake that has terrible consequences - sai lầm dẫn đến kết quả xấu
- Settling down to taste some sweet-smelling sap, the unsuspecting prey has made a fatal mistake.
- It was right now that Khira had made her fatal mistake and she was going to pay with everything that she had.
- A fatal mistake was choosing to colonise land at the heart of the Spanish empire.
- With epic melodramas such as this one, the main character always makes one fatal mistake.
- It was the fatal mistake of the medieval church to confuse and confound the two kingdoms.
to feel bad about what you have or haven't done - cảm thấy tội lỗi
- How is it one can feel guilty about doing the best job in the world enjoyably and well?
- I knew that the only way for Leslie to leave me alone about the whole thing would be to make her feel guilty.
- The consequences of her actions weighed heavily on her conscience, but she refused to feel guilty.
- God, everyone still has the ability to make me feel guilty and make me feel like this whole stupid, idiotic thing is all my fault!
- However, it made me feel guilty about not spending quality time with my companion animal.
feel strongly (about)
to have a very strong, or passionate, opinion about something: cảm giác mãnh liệt
- Now, if you feel strongly enough about it, you can be in advance of trends once you have your own home and responsibility for it.
- In fact, I feel strongly that if ready-made cocktails are not going to stick to the classic formula they should choose another name.
- I'm also prepared to stand up and be counted though, if I feel strongly about issues that affect my working conditions.
- We feel strongly that a child does not have to be genetically ours for us to be able to love them.
- During their gigs, the six-some regularly distributes pamphlets of information and speaks on stage about causes they feel strongly about.
fight a war
to engage in, or resort to, war: tham chiến
- The distinction recognises that those who fight a war, even for a just cause, can do immoral things within it.
- How, if it's a category mistake to think that you can fight a war against it, do you organise an international campaign against an abstract noun?
- As we fight a war today, we need to budget money to take care of the health needs of the men and women that are fighting that war.
- Of even greater interest to soldiers may be the effect that technology-promoted disengagement may have on those of us who are called upon to fight a war.
- Culturally, a man could go off to hunt for food or fight a war or chase a Golden Fleece, and the woman was at home with the kids.
to try to prevent corruption in government and business: chống lại sự sụp đổ
- Correct and fast reforms in this area would help the country fight corruption more efficiently.
- The party vowed to intensify the fight corruption within the state apparatus and the whole political system.
- Governments must fight corruption, respect basic human rights, and embrace the rule of law.
- Yushchenko is a pro-Western reformist who wants to liberalize the economy and fight corruption.
- However, this problem deepens because no matter how well it is analysed and discovered, nothing serious is done to fight corruption.
fill in a form
to complete a form by writing in the spaces - điền vào chỗ trống
- I fill in a form and get an interview and then they see whether they wish to proceed with me.
- The youngster alleged that one of his teachers told him he would be taken into care if his parents did not fill in a form to explain an absence from school.
- Members of elite Paratroop Regiments have been told to fill in a form giving personal details about partners, ex-girlfriends and Facebook pages before they go to war.
- Take an application form and fill it in.
- You can find an order form on our website and fill it in online.
to make time available, or find room in your schedule - kiếm thời gian rãnh
- These wonderful people always find time to share information, ideas, and encouragement.
- No matter how many last-minute things you have to fit in before December 25, try to find time for a manicure.
- Schoolteachers today are struggling to find time to fit arts subjects into a crowded national curriculum.
- For the rest of his life he struggled to find time and energy to compose while making a living as a teacher and performer.
- She will still find time to arrange a surprise for her best friend's birthday.
well established and unlikely to change - khó thay đổi
- As a firmly established principle of Community law it may be used to challenge Community action and also State action.
- Hardly was this feeling firmly established when physics was turned on its head by the twin revolutions of quantum theory and relativity theory.
- His business acumen has seen the centre firmly established as a benchmark for the industry.
- Kriol is firmly established in northern Australia, and various forms of Aboriginal English are spoken across Australia.
- The relationships of more basal anapsids are not firmly established, but millerettids apparently appeared first.
a battery that no longer works, or needs recharging - pin trống/ cần sạc
- The skipper had an out-of-date fire extinguisher and a hand-held portable radio with a flat battery.
- The car was pushed 20-feet up the street but then abandoned with a flat battery.
- Bennett ends up having to turn his music down, recharge her van's flat battery, and become her reluctant career.
- My 1996 Mercedes suffers a flat battery in just a couple of weeks if left undriven.
- Booked the car in for a thorough inspection of its electrical system, following one flat battery too many.
- A flat tyre or breakdown of your two-wheeler should not bother you anymore in the city.
- He then discovered he had a flat tyre and took his car back into the garage to deal with it.
- The accident expert would also investigate allegations that the bus had a flat tyre at the time of the accident.
- He soon trades it for a mountain bike with a flat tyre and a modest handful of small gold coins.
- I thought at first we had a flat tyre because the back end of the car moved a little.
follow a pattern
happen in a regular way, or according to a pattern - theo lệ, kiểu mẫu
- Moreover, the starting and ending points of these cycles follow a pattern related to seasons on Earth.
- When you drop your clothes off at the cleaners, the employees follow a pattern that holds true at just about any dry-cleaning operation running today.
- This would follow a pattern, where the status of the surgeon would flux in regards to whether or not there was actively a war going on.
- Economic development follows a similar pattern in most countries.
- After noticing that the crimes were following a pattern, we were able to solve them
to do what someone advises you to do: nghe theo lời khuyên
- I must stay and follow the advice of my hostess, while thwarting the conjugal designs of this inopportune apparition.
- If I were you, I'd follow his advice. He's a smart guy.
- I didn't follow anyone's advice when I was young. I thought I knew everything.
to go the way you've been told to go, or do something as directed: nghe theo hướng dẫn
- If they have poor attention, they may find it hard to concentrate, follow directions or finish a job.
- I can follow directions from most technicians, and know better than to just assume that it always needs the reinstall to fix errors.
- Not only did this make him appear ungrateful, it also made him appear like a 4th grader who can't follow directions.
- Choose a fertilizer formulated for your plants and follow directions carefully.
- We try to address many different goals through art lessons, including increased fine motor coordination, visual perception skills and the ability to follow directions.
to do what instructions or instructors tell you to do - theo hướng dẫn
- This makes it impossible for election officials to follow instructions to mark voters' fingers with indelible ink to prevent them voting twice.
- He guides you step by step through comprehensive and easy to follow instructions.
- Follow instructions on the packaging or check the dosage with your pharmacist.
- Follow instructions regarding lubing the seal on the filter before installation.
- He would follow instructions and became a tool to be exploited.
policy relating to international or foreign issues - điều lệ quốc tế
- Gore, too, once was a moderate, a founder of the centrist Democratic Leadership Council and a hawk on foreign policy.
- Its warnings are serious, and its arguments should certainly be considered in the ongoing debate over American foreign policy.
- I'm a classical liberal, economically and a hawk on foreign policy and defense.
- Unable in a state election to run as a foreign policy hawk, she did the next best thing by choosing a Republican admiral as her running mate.
- The prohibition on capital controls has the makings of a US foreign policy debacle.
to understand the full meaning or importance of something - hiểu rõ
- Grounded in religious beliefs and faith, watermen feel that man cannot and need not fully understand the blue crab.
- Read books, newspapers, and online content from both political persuasions to be certain you fully understand the issues at hand.
- His insightful analysis will help military officers fully understand the moral implications of their actions.
- We're never asked to identify with Walter, to fully understand his impulses, or condone his past behaviour.
- All the problems with Discovery's flight tell us we haven't yet done what it takes to fully understand the flight envelope.
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