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an interview you attend if you're trying to get a job - phỏng vấn xin việc
- I had a job interview last Wednesday, but unfortunately didn't get the job.
- This may have been prompted by the fact that I have a job interview on Thursday.
- His mother was obliged to pull strings in order to get him a job interview.
- Going for a job interview is more traumatic than having a wisdom tooth out.
- We started walking towards town together and he explained he was on his way to a job interview as a nurse's aide.
reductions in the number of jobs available - sự giảm sút việc làm
- The union plans to organise a lobby of the Labour Party conference in Bournemouth this September over manufacturing job losses.
- The majority of job losses will be at Stansted Airport where ground handling and sales staff are based.
- Most job losses have been fully or partially offset by economic growth and job gains in other sectors.
- Now, while the public awaits those charges, the body count from job losses mount.
- A guarantee has been given that there will be no job losses if plans to merge key public services into one giant organisation goes ahead.
prospect or chance of finding a job - cơ hội việc làm
- Working as a masseur has been, up to now, the main job opportunity for blind people in the city.
- It seems like everyone you talk to is keeping their eyes open for a job opportunity outside of the country.
- But one day, scanning the classified ads in The Minneapolis Tribune, she saw a job opportunity that appealed to her.
- I have an interview for this job, and every day leading up to this interview, my boyfriend has become more and more unexcited about this job opportunity for me.
- When a job opportunity arose at a Prescot-based water cooler company, I decided to go ahead and explore new horizons.
join a club
to become a member of a club - tham gia câu lạc bộ
- It comes as little surprise, then, that Ross has no hesitation in recommending that people join a club.
- Why can't she go to a dating agency or join a club where she can meet single men instead of trying to steal someone's husband?
- By joining a club or aerobics class etc you can meet so many people.
- They collected 2,000 signatures on a petition demanding that women be allowed to join the club.
join the army
to enlist and serve in the army - nhập ngũ
- My son would like to join the army, but he is understandably concerned about being exposed to such brutishness.
- Jessye hopes to join the army when she finishes school and is doing four TEE subjects, while balancing army cadets and tennis.
- He left the movie world to join the army, but when he was demobbed he resumed his career with a job at the Royal.
- Listen, man, you wanna join the army just because you want to be told what to do.
- In last five years, none of the young men living there has been healthy enough to join the army.
something achieved or created by two or more people working together - nỗ lực chung
- The ringleaders of the Council were rounded up in a joint effort between the French government and the British Royal Navy.
- We must focus our attention to reach higher echelons by working hard with a joint effort.
- And yet for all his bullish talk of collective leadership, his 14 years in power have been anything but a joint effort.
- The ultimate goal of the joint effort is to provide a future-proof server platform that protects enterprises investments on IT infrastructure today and in the future.
- The joint effort has led to the disarmament of about 20,000 militiamen.
jump to a conclusion
to decide, or make up your mind, before knowing all the facts - kết luận, quyết định
- Stubborn, inflexible and goal oriented, they often jump to conclusions and miss the big picture.
- If we didn't generally jump to conclusions, we wouldn't make most of the inferences that need to be made.
- Don't jump to conclusions, she chided herself, personally embarrassed by her outrageous notions.
- I don't know what the answer is, so I'd appreciate it if you didn't just jump to conclusions because I don't know what the answer is.
- He urged Americans not to jump to conclusions about the motives of the suspects.
unhealthy food, esp. processed food with lots of fat, salt, sugar, etc. - đồ ăn không tốt cho sức khỏe
- She may be eating a lot of junk food because the junk food comforts her without judging her.
- He should hold junk food and advertising executives accountable for their role in promoting obesity and disease throughout the globe.
- I had a good time, but I'm really tired this morning, and I have an excess amount of junk food left at my house that I need to get rid of.
- The three of them planned on scaring themselves silly watching horror movies, gouging themselves on junk food, and stay up late dishing gossip.
- My laziness then encumbers me and I suddenly get back to simply vegging out on the couch with a big bowl of junk food and a good book.
advertising material that's sent to people who haven't asked for it - thư rác, thư quảng cáo
- Rather than wait for bills to pile up, open the mail the day it comes, and shred or discard junk mail immediately.
- Yesterday, when I cleared my mailbox, there was nearly three times as much junk mail as there were genuine letters and bills.
- Unlike other forms of direct marketing, such as junk mail or telemarketing, spam should be considered a threat.
- Blue boxes are being distributed to houses for recyclables such as newspapers, cardboard, junk mail and plastic milk bottles.
- That's just asking the Tories to send a continuous stream of unstamped junk mail to that address.
almost or very nearly - gần tới, khoảng
- Poile, who had grown up on Wodehouse's golfing yarns, discovered that the modern game was not just about irons and niblicks.
- She was just about to start waxing poetic about it, when she was startled by Morgan appearing at her front door.
- It is regarded as a good thing by just about every Jew that there are Talmudic scholars and rabbis.
- It's just about the most perfect picture of someone in the act of blogging I've ever seen.
- They jived to just about every chartbuster that rocks disco, pub and party circuit.