"Tất tần tật" Collocation bắt đầu với I nên học trong tiếng anh
"Tất tần tật" Collocation bắt đầu với I nên học trong tiếng anh
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extremely cold - cực kì lạnh
- The high tide had gone down, but was still icy cold and high for the awakening morning.
- Unable to keep his feet, he fell backward, into the icy cold water of the bay.
- She stood on the brink of a waterfall, the icy cold river rushed about her waist.
- She dipped her hands into the icy cold water and splashed some water across her sleepy face, in a vain attempt to wake herself up.
- Despite the icy cold introduction to the New Year, football fever is beginning to heat up once again.
very cold wind - gió lạnh
- Down the main street of Cowdenbeath strides Major Bob Ritchie of the Black Watch, an icy wind pulling at the red hackle on his bonnet.
- Down the main street strides the major of the army, an icy wind pulling at the red hackle on his bonnet.
- For once the weather bureau got it right and the predicted cold front arrived last night with a blast of icy wind.
- An icy wind blasted down my street, funnelling and whipping wet hair across my face.
- The tapping sound somewhat soothed Carl, and lulled him into a sleepy state, only then to be reawakened by the icy wind.
bad effects caused by something - hậu quả xấu gây ra
- If your plant is healthy, you can prune back to a foot or two with no ill effects.
- Fortunately, the wall was wooden and buckled under the pressure, so there were no lasting ill effects.
- And the cats both survived the stay in the cattery without too many ill effects.
- For the medical trial, the virus, will be made harmless, modified so that patients do not have any ill effects.
- I know someone who iconoclastically called their child Gingham Blueberry, and it had no ill effects whatsoever.
poor health - sức khỏe kém
- They say one in five British children now suffers from mental ill health, much of it stress-related.
- There is a higher incidence of malnutrition and ill health in the war torn areas.
- But barring ill health on his part, it is only a matter of time until he becomes chairman.
- He had to stop work as a retail assistant at Iceland in Rochdale because of ill health.
- People are warned not to use a particular drug as a continued remedy for ill health because a tolerance and allergy can develop.
action taken right away, or without waiting - hành động ngay lập tức
- The extreme degree of the losses, however, caused the society to take immediate action.
- If agitation, anxiety or suicidal thinking appears, parents and therapists must take immediate action.
- When a similar party became a coalition partner in Austria, the EU took immediate action to bring them to heel.
- The responsibility to take immediate action to improve farm incomes rests with the incoming government.
- A soul-searching eyewitness account and immediate action by a journalist helped to at least nab the culprit.
to set conditions or requirements that must be met or satisfied - đặt điều kiện cần đạt được
- The judge granted bail, but imposed conditions including a ban on travel.
- The World Bank imposes very strict conditions on countries that receive economic aid.
to place limits or bans on particular actions or activities - ban hành luật cấm
- Both airlines and insurance companies impose restrictions on expectant mothers.
- I would impose restrictions on those suspected of being involved in organised crime.
- In the meantime, if the bill is delayed, local authorities, including Merton, could introduce individual bylaws to impose restrictions in their areas.
- During the talks, she said that Bulgarian legislation did not impose restrictions on the access of foreign candidates to Government procurement contracts.
- In some countries, the local lord could impose restrictions on such a commoner's movements, religion or legal undertakings.
If two or more things are inextricably linked, the connections between them are essential or extremely close - kết nối mạnh mẽ
- Prosperity, high taxes and good social provision are inextricably linked in Swedish thought.
- The awkwardness of the intimate moment is now inextricably linked with our knowledge of its explicit staging.
- He still holds to the view that progress and religion are inextricably linked in a positive sense.
- Hence the value of these claims is inextricably linked with the vicissitudes of the American monetary unit, the dollar.
- The city's growing reputation is inextricably linked with an ambitious approach to architecture.
a person who wasn't involved in the events or actions that harmed them - nạn nhân vô tội
- There are murmurs that although he may have been a victim, he wasn't an innocent victim.
- Nowadays it would seem to be treading on dangerous ground, especially for an innocent victim.
- Of course, you are an innocent victim, the whipping boy to be punished for other people's crimes.
- It is certainly not correct to exclusively depict her as an entirely innocent victim.
- I can't stand silent as that woman bad-mouths an innocent victim.
a bite or sting from an insect - vết cắt côn trùng
- I find that every time I have an insect bite, the itch turns into a lump and the lump stays although I can't causally link the lumps with only insect bites.
- The rainforest's great, but you get lots of insect bites.
- The most painful insect bite I've ever had was from an Australian wasp called a bluebottle.
information only known by people inside a particular organization - thông tin nội
- Could someone with inside information on the true state of the gold supply and Central Bank Reserves attempt to corner the gold market?
- I had inside information as to what the judge was going to do in the sentencing.
- There was much inside information available to the Pontiff from secret sources.
- Our legal advisors confess no inside information, but say this sort of an event usually precedes an indictment being handed down.
- For many years political and media elites have lived for inside information.
very strong or extreme pressure - áp lực mạnh
- Reports indicate that the reservists are coming under intense pressure to withdraw their statement, or face ejection from the army.
- Both nurses and doctors are working under intense pressure in a service that has been appallingly under-resourced and badly managed.
- Companies are just not creating enough jobs, despite intense pressure to hire Saudis instead of South Asians and other expatriates.
- But he should have resisted the intense pressure he has been under from the tabloids and Tories.
- The food industry is under intense pressure to curtail its marketing in the face of rising levels of childhood obesity.
the percentage of a loan that borrowers must pay back in addition to the amount they borrowed - lợi tức
- How long do members think it will take to pay off that amount, at an average interest rate of 18 percent?
- Even a slightly higher interest rate on a certificate of deposit can boost your returns.
- This suggests that South Africans are not banking any of the gains being offered from our interest rate bonanza.
- Last month the furniture store cut the interest rate on its own store card from 26.8 per cent to 12.9 per cent.
- When shopping for a financial product it is important to compare more than the headline interest rate.
an injury inside the body - vết thương bên trong
- Swearing is the safety-valve through which the bad temper that might otherwise do serious internal injury to his mental mechanism escapes in harmless vaporing.
- Most of the internal injuries we treat are caused by car accidents.
- The cuts and bruises look bad enough, but her worst injuries are probably internal.
an organ inside the body - bộ phận bên trong cơ thể
- The iris is an internal organ of the eye that is located behind the cornea and the aqueous humor.
- In some patients, lupus skin disease or lupus internal organ disease can be triggered by reactions to certain drugs.
- An abscess on an internal organ such as the liver or brain may be diagnosed by X-ray or scanning.
- With a typical hernia, there is a bulge resulting from the protrusion of an internal organ.
- Many bony fish have an internal organ called a swim bladder that adjusts their buoyancy through manipulation of gases.
to spend a lot of money on something to improve or develop it - đầu tư nhiều tiền
- As the drivers of old bangers are the least able to afford to invest heavily in a new car, this policy seems unfair.
- Apparently one of the things we can do to improve the performance of our athletes is to invest heavily in bionics.
- The first of the Japanese manufacturers to invest heavily in Britain has just completed its one millionth car at its factory in Burnaston.
- The stakes are so great that you would think the people who own and run them would invest heavily in redundancy.
- To maintain a competitive edge in the extruded snacks market, the key players invest heavily in the development of new extruded snacks.
damage that's too serious to repair - hư hỏng khó thể chữa lành
- But if the allegation was true and a bishop acted too slowly, irreparable damage may be caused to the victims.
- Naturally this only occurs in situations of extreme gravity or urgency threatening irreparable damage to persons.
- The committee was also worried that the gold will be extracted using cyanide which would cause irreparable damage to the East Rhodope Mountains.
- He said sea angling was a major sport and recreational activity and if the competitions had to be cancelled irreparable damage would be done.
- One tiny mistake could take weeks to undo, a larger error could cause the entire ship irreparable damage.