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The last part of a story is a "happy ending" if all ends well for the main characters - kết thúc có hậu
- Both parties behave reprehensibly to each other throughout the film until the all-too-convenient happy ending.
- Jin does not endow his protagonist with high powers of lyricism, brevity or a particularly happy ending.
- There was a happy ending, though, as Canadians don't really care about the US anthem anyway.
- In any genre where a happy ending is not only not guaranteed, but almost forbidden, one is likely to find a Tragedienne.
- I was, however, expecting your typical romantic chick flick with a happy ending.
a scheduled time when alcoholic drinks cost less than usual - giờ giá rượu rẻ hơn bình thường
- But not until I am bathed and breakfasted do I approach the first official happy hour of the day.
- Extended happy hour 5-9pm gives plenty of time to get well bevvied before the show.
- There's an all day happy hour from 11 a.m. until 8 p.m. with 50 percent being knocked off everything, so take heart all indigent tipplers!
- He invited Lewis to join the team's defensive backs for happy hour every Friday at a local restaurant.
- Spend a happy hour selecting your books, then idly page through them over a cup of coffee and muffin in the garden.
a difficult job or task - việc khó
- If the time had dragged this would have been a hard job, unremitting and tedious.
- This turns out to be a hard job, as the island seems to be inhabited only by shepherds and smugglers.
- The beast snorted angrily at the cloaked men, and Tim had a hard job of keeping it from lunging.
- They know that they will have a hard job selling this, because it just is not saleable.
- It can be a hard job, constantly on your feet, trying to think of things to say to lure people into the store you are spruiking for.
hard to believe
difficult to believe - khó tin
- As Ireland went into overdrive after the break, it was hard to believe they had been involved in such a scrap earlier on.
- It is not hard to believe the very worst of any country where a system like slavery has existed for centuries.
- It's hard to believe that 30 years have slipped by since the Sligo men last lifted the Connacht senior crown.
- It's hard to believe that true art, art that reflects the vivid and energetic motions of life, rested in the gutter unremembered for so long.
- It's hard to believe it's been 20 years since the band released its sophomore album.
hard to see
difficult to see - khó thấy
- It was dark, so it was hard to see where we were going.
- He was finding it hard to see the board, so his teacher said he should get his eyes tested.
- They're a much better team, so it's hard to see them losing.
- They could find him innocent, but it's hard to see how. There's so much evidence.
hard to tell
difficult to know or deduce something - khó nói
- There were also large flakes of paint peeling off of the buildings, though it was hard to tell when there was no color to the whole place.
- Although, it was hard to tell, on a day when social status appeared to be determinable purely by the size of your sunglasses.
- Whether old-fashioned pranks, such as knocking on doors and running away, are still popular, it is hard to tell.
- It's very hard to tell, I suppose it comes down to how successful the surgery is and how quickly the knee heals.
almost none - gần như là không
- The majority of their income goes to rent and leaves them with hardly any money to buy nutritious food.
- Every year, probably another 50,000 ethnic minority voters join the electoral rolls and hardly any of them will ever vote Tory.
- If they come back to us and say there is hardly any money, we would be in stasis.
- There being relatively few of them in videogames is, I think, probably due to there being hardly any steampunk films, or steampunk novels.
- In 1979, there were hardly any production companies and none of us were on the radar at that point.
almost never - không bao giờ
- The children are hardly ever picked up by the staff, or played with and many, including Ludmylla, were ill.
- Mike hardly ever looks at girls, and when he does, the relationship is doomed from the start.
- Ilse was Lutheran, but seemed fairly unreligious and hardly ever attended church.
- Dover Samuels is history, as are a bunch of Labour Maori MPs I have hardly ever heard of.
- We can hold our liquor and hardly ever shoot each other unless it's important.
very unlikely or very improbable - không giống như
- Though this was hardly likely to conciliate Louis' goodwill, it gave him at least the status of belonging to a definite party.
- A leader emboldened by four more years, with a greater mandate, is hardly likely to pull in his horns.
- I'm a pensioner for goodness sake, I'm hardly likely to go round walloping people.
- His admission that there is still a doubt to be resolved is hardly likely to reassure the sceptics.
- Having expended large amounts of money on multiculturalism, they are hardly likely to criticise it.
have a baby
to give birth to a baby - sinh em bé
- Whether a prisoner awaiting execution has the right to have a baby, is a point of dispute in the legal field.
- His devoted parents have been trying for several years to have a baby whose donated stem cells might restore him to health.
- The emperor penguins are monogamous for a year, have a baby chicken, and then part their ways.
- I need a lot more money to support my family, especially if someday I have a baby.
- Women caught in the web of structuring a career have to think a lot before deciding to go ahead and have a baby.
have a chat
to have a friendly talk with someone - có cuộc trò chuyện
- If the member wants to do that, he can go and see the councillors and have a chat to them.
- It did your heart good to have a chat with Frank, knowing that his infectious good nature would help you along the day's journey.
- The owner of the mastiff digs in and tries to drag his dog over to us to have a chat.
- He always made time to sign autographs and have a chat to snotty-nosed kids like myself.
- I used to nick off at dinner hour and any spare time to have a chat with the people who were doing the chimneys.
have a go
to have a turn at doing something - bước ngoặc làm gì
- Have all the kids had a go on the slide yet?
- Emile didn't have another go on the see-saw after getting a nasty splinter in his bottom.
- I don't think I can fix it, but I'll have a go.
- After having several goes, I finally managed to lift 100 kilograms.
have a look
to look at something - nhìn
- Do you suppose some enterprising journalist might now ask to have a look at the whole journal?
- To keep it in good shape visitors to it are requested to pay a small amount of money to have a look inside.
- So I shall have a look at the tonics on offer and perhaps get her something to try and buck her up a bit.
- I just had to go out and have a look and chose the carrs and ings south of West Ayton.
- Now this could be an opportune time to have a look at our own railway lines and get a few facts or fallacies cleared up once and for all.
have a right
have a moral or legal claim or ability - có quyền
- Passengers have a right to relax, read, work in silence or simply meditate.
- People have a right not to vote, however, messages are sent through inaction.
- Surely toddlers and young kids have a right of some sort to enjoy chasing pigeons in a park somewhere?
- There are certain genres in which viewers have a right to expect gratuitous toplessness, and Dirty Deeds belongs to one.
- The people also have a right to know about the people sheltering a wanted person.
have access (to)
to be able to get or use something - có quyền truy cập
- A child or young person can ask to have access to the information in their file.
- Those countries first have to have access to knowledge and the ability to use knowledge.
- The first 400 on The Crew's ticket wait list from the first show will have access to tickets to the second show.
- He also asked officials if members would still have access to the community fund set up to benefit local groups in the town.
- Indian farmers are often indebted and credit constrained and do not have access to chemicals at the right point in time.
have an effect (on)
to cause a change - thay đổi
- He pointed out that material of that sort could have an effect on impressionable minds.
- Hunger could have an effect on the tongue's taste receptors, or on how the brain perceives gustatory information.
- It may have an effect on the heart's function, meaning that it doesn't pump as well, causing a build-up of fluid.
- One of my aunts used to believe that the trails left behind by high-flying planes must have an effect on the weather.
- Peers have also been proven to have an effect on students who commit violent acts on school grounds.
have an idea
to think of something - có ý tưởng
- We were at least under the illusion that we could have an idea, have a style, that wouldn't immediately be sold back to us.
- My opening post was pretty ill-formed and inarticulate, but I'm glad that people have an idea about what I'm getting at.
- To contract a friendship, I'll have to have an idea what I think is important in a friendship.
- Sure, I have an idea of the long game, but the intricacies still escape me.
- Now you have an idea of the ecstatic gratitude I have been feeling since I returned.
have got to
must - phải/ bắt buộc
- But we also know when enough is enough and we have got to change direction.
- You have got to be thorough and methodical, making sure you don't leave any stone unturned.
- You have got to have a clear mind to play this game and my mind's just not there at the moment.
to own, possess or have - sở hữu
- I would still recommend living and working abroad as it has made me more appreciative of the things I have got back home.
- Portsmouth have got their act together with an infrastructure that's compatible with bendy buses.
- I told my parents and friends that I must have got the infection from cleaning my cat litter.
- Since I have done this course, however, I have got my confidence back and want to live my own life again.
to have enough space for something - đủ chỗ
- Even the tiniest garden should have room for tubs planted with sweet-smelling herbs.
- If you have room, consider adding a piece of outdoor furniture like a wicker chair or table.
- Their capsule will carry up more spare parts for the balky oxygen generator, but have room for little else.
- Tenons have room to expand and contract within the mortise, avoiding splitting.
- Double drop down sided cribs are a popular option among those parents who have room to place the crib so it's not against the wall.
have the chance (to)
to have the opportunity or the time - có cơ hội
- I have the chance to study it in great depth and to experience things in their original context as much as is possible in modern times.
- Those going along have the chance to try their hand at various activities including abseiling, rock climbing and orienteering.
- They also have the chance to let their hair down and enjoy a drink or two and party the night away!
- It was an opportunity of a lifetime and I was really pleased to have the chance to meet him.
- At last those who buy to drink now will have the chance to experience mature wine from France's classic regions.
to have enough time to do something - có thời gian
- The head of state has called for me by name, but I don't have time for him.
- But at least with letters you have time to cool off or sober up before you send an insulting missive winging through the ether.
- And for people who never have time to catch a good filling meal I am led to believe we may even have flapjacks for sale.
- Personally, if I have time, I like to fish for as much information as possible.
- It's a shame we didn't have time for a natter when we'd done, but my next guest was waiting and we had to move on.
to find it difficult to do something - có vấn đề
- Would anybody have trouble finding oodles of examples of symptoms in the modern Republican Party matching these?
- But after the Thanksgiving break, she began to have trouble getting through her assigned reading and had to work harder to apply herself.
- They will love making thumbprints in the cookies but might have trouble sitting still for less glamorous tasks like stemming cherry tomatoes.
- It is an important issue because even trained tasters can have trouble distinguishing between bitterness and astringency.
- Why do you think audiences have trouble with modern or atonal classical music?
a diet that's good for body's health - chế độ ăn uống tốt cho sức khỏe
- Inside it is revealed that she reached size eight by running six miles a day and subsisting on a healthy diet of steamed vegetables and fish.
- I put this down to us eating a relatively healthy diet and not convenience foods which come with too much wasteful packaging.
- Healthy teeth mean that the child is able to eat a healthy diet, and aid the growth of the jaw.
- They form the foundation of a healthy diet, along with other plant-based foods, including vegetables, legumes, nuts and seeds.
having or carrying many weapons - mang nhiều vũ khí
- He was given a heavily armed police escort to the court for the second time to face a charge of making explosives with intent.
- In the golden lamplight, knots of heavily armed guardsmen were talking in low voices.
- Some waved white flags and others sang the national anthem while they faced the heavily armed rebels.
- Many are heavily armed, while others must've arrived late the day that they were handing out rocket launchers.
- It looks like a heavily armed warrior, with a horned helmet and a vicious forked tail.
someone who drinks a lot of alcohol - người uống nhiều rượu
- To prevent withdrawal symptoms, a chronic heavy drinker may be prescribed medication such as diazepam for a few days after stopping drinking.
- Mr Lennon was a regular Sunday evening visitor to the Old Castle Inn but he was not known as a heavy drinker.
- Always a heavy drinker, she had stopped almost entirely in order to nurse James through his illness.
- A heavy drinker, he had been having a great deal of pain from toothache, she said.
- According to a former girlfriend who asked not to be identified, wafer was a heavy drinker during at least part of his life.
large or high losses, esp. of money or lives - mất mác nặng nề
- The Royalists attacked twice, on February 18, and March 28, 1643, and were each time driven off with heavy losses.
- Unless luck is on your side, punting on problem firms leads only to heavy losses.
- Due to the overlap between politics and business these banks have suffered heavy losses from subsidizing state-run enterprises and bad loans.
- In the sky above Germany, the men were fighting doggedly and with heavy losses.
a schedule with many meetings, appointments, dates, etc. - lịch trình bận rộn
- I've got a heavy schedule this morning, but I can see you this afternoon.
- My schedule is quite heavy this week, so I won't have time to play golf.
someone who smokes a lot of cigarettes - người nghiện hút thuốc
- My uncle's a heavy smoker. He smokes forty a day!
- Being a heavy smoker can have serious consequences for your health.
traffics that's congested and moving slowly - tắt nghẽn giao thông
- This points all the more for the urgent need for a bypass to keep heavy traffic out of the town.
- Longer buses are also far more likely to stop while blocking road junctions or pedestrian crossings, especially in heavy traffic.
- His hand shook slightly as he maneuvered the rental car through the heavy traffic.
- Because of this, the water main was above the gas main, and had been encased in concrete to protect it from the heavy traffic above.
- There is no wisdom in putting a road for said heavy traffic through the deep backwater of the Slater Creek basin into Pitt Street.
If you have a heavy workload, you have a lot of work to do - nhiều việc
- A heavy workload is cited by two histopathologists as a serious hindrance to obtaining consent for autopsies.
- Happily most employees are sufficiently robust to withstand the stress of a heavy workload.
- She carried a heavy workload, much involved in paediatric oncology and the early days of bone marrow transplantation.
- With increasingly weighty school bags and heavy workload after school, very little free time is left for the kids to enjoy their childhoods.
- The three consultant obstetricians who work as locums at the unit handle about 20 cases each a year, which, by anybody's calculation, is not a heavy workload.
extra costs that companies or sellers try to hide from buyers - chi phí ẩn
- It's a charge on US and if you try to charge us hidden extras, we'll just take all our money out of the banks and put them under the duvet!
- As well as shipping costs, check for hidden extras such as courier handling charges.
- And budgeting for hidden extras as well as day-to-day expenses can be quite tough.
- There are no buyer's premiums at fairs and no hidden extras.
very good quality - chất lượng tốt
- Mr. Callaghan has taught me how important spins and connecting steps are in addition to high quality jumps in a program.
- The latter option, aside from being a political non-starter, would also dilute the high quality of the all-volunteer force.
- These high quality videos were produced with French actors on location in France so the speech and movements and contexts are authentic.
- My new desk appeared, or part of it did, in the form of a cut sheet of eight by four high quality beech veneered plywood.
- This breakthrough has resulted in new recipes for high quality products for people allergic to the ingredients in wheat flour.
a level that's above the normal or expected level - cấp bậc cao hơn
- On the other hand, invading species with predominantly allogamous modes of reproduction may possess a high level of genetic diversity.
- Such people need to be treated with sensitivity and with a very high level of respect.
- Past longline catch data from these areas show that an unacceptably high level of juvenile swordfish and billfish are being landed.
- The road in Tunduffe has now gained such a high level of points that Gardai declare it treacherous and a serious accident risk.
- This was costly, and the heifers often failed when the high level of feed inputs were taken out of the system.
very good standard - tiêu chuẩn cao
- It keeps to a high standard of interior design with exciting and original items.
- It also sets an absurdly high standard of perfection for market performance.
- Consumers are prepared to pay a reasonable price for food products, provided these are safe and produced to a high standard.
- A high standard of workmanship in fixtures and fittings is therefore an essential element in securing sales.
- It has been painstakingly refurnished and modernised to an extremely high standard, all done in the best possible taste.
thought to be very good by many people - được đánh giá cao
- An undersupply has made these highly regarded vineyards tantalizing to second careerist refugees from San Francisco.
- The bloom's beauty and discreet fragrance were highly regarded, as were its protective qualities against the elements.
- He's a screenwriter and apparently is very highly regarded in the industry.
- They also produced a number of highly regarded publications which served as weekly digests that were used throughout the government.
- This four bedroom detached bungalow is located in a mature and highly regarded residential area of the town.
very unlikely - không giống với
- It seems highly unlikely that the living coelacanth exists only in two small, highly disjunct populations.
- Such a worn interior in a BMW with just 77,000 miles on the clock seemed highly unlikely.
- All the children were aged between 11 and 16 years and highly unlikely to abscond or resist arrest.
- It is therefore highly unlikely that he will be abstinent from alcohol unless he was sectioned and in a locked environment.
If two or more people hold hands, each person holds another person's hand - cầm tay
- They hold hands as the line in front of them thins, as the prisoners are beheaded one by one.
- We would hold hands, or wrap our arms around each other while taking a stroll on the sea wall.
- Almost four hundred years later it still is the awe inspiring place where lovers hold hands and swoon over each other.
- Now we are asked to hold hands and dance around the maypole together, celebrating mediocrity.
a mistake that wasn't made deliberately, or had no bad intent - lỗi lầm không cố ý
- There remains, however, a world of difference between making an honest mistake and deliberately passing off a dud antique.
- Was it just an honest mistake that airport security personnel are still chuckling over?
- Defending, Andrew Stranex suggested that the 13-year-old boy had made an honest mistake over the robber's identity.
- Often this is an honest mistake, but other times outsourcers may underquote on purpose, just to get the business.
- There's no point in getting your back up over something which is an honest mistake.
damage or loss caused to people or societies, incl. material loss, social costs, psychological damage, etc.: thiệt hại/ mất mát
- It is most unfortunate that the strike will cost the country hundreds of millions of rands, and the human cost will be even higher.
- While no price tag can be put on the human cost of domestic violence, London is beginning to calculate its drain on public services.
- The human cost of the rapid economic growth of the Asian Tiger economies is the background of the film.
- Seven years later, It began a permanent presence in Cuba to expose the true human cost of the punishing U.S. embargo.
- And of course the difference in the human cost is almost beyond comparison.
a mistake caused by a person, and not by mechanical failure or natural forces - lỗi do con người gây ra
- Bromley said most derailments are caused by broken rails, overheated train axles or human error.
- One way or another, by accident, divine reckoning or human error, an avenging fire is turned against them.
- The gym hall was strewn with sobbing lassies, their lives ruined, their confidence shattered by human error.
- Included in the investigation will be a look at aircraft maintenance, weather conditions and the possibility of human error.
human existence or human experience - sự tồn tại/ kinh nghiệm của con người
- It doesn't matter which sum you will transfer because you don't blue your money, you save human life!
- A real and abiding concern for the dignity of human life postulates resistance to taking life through law's instrumentality.
- The confluence of haiku and jazz in his poems is based on the expression of natural, spontaneous responses to human life.
- The focus is on trees that have served as mediators between mundane human life and spiritual or ancestral realms.
- A human life has ended through one of the most hideous execution methods ever devised.
hurt sb's feelings
to upset somebody by being insensitive to their feelings - khiến người khác thất vọng/ tổn thương ai đó
- Did it hurt your feelings when your brothers didn't come to your bachelor party?
- The cuff sent me sprawling to the floor with a painful sting in my cheek, and a hurt feeling in the pit of my stomach.
- It was impossible to make an empath think you were having fun if you really weren't, and the last thing he wanted to do was hurt her feelings after all.
- When you thrust a two-pound bit and bridoon into a small pony's mouth, you hurt his feelings.
- Did it hurt your feelings when your brothers didn't come to your bachelor party?