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skills related to using a language - kĩ nẵng sử dụng ngôn ngữ
- Dyslexic adults, however, tend to continue to have difficulty with language skills throughout their lives.
- If the Brigade had more Arabic linguists, the Army would have deployed them to use their language skills.
- Council libraries were an example of where staff were using their second language skills to assist library users.
- By the time of my third visit I had given up smoking, rendering half of my Russian language skills obsolete.
- This money could be used, for example, to train Maasai guides and teach them English language skills.
continue for a long time - tiếp tục thời gian dài
- Hassium does not occur in nature, and it has no isotopes that last long enough to allow significant quantities to be accumulated.
- He took one last long look at the woman he had once loved and watched stoically as she was devoured by hungry tongues of flame.
- Rugby Park's euphoria was dimmed awhile when Hay hit the deck and never got up again but the silence did not last long.
- Of course it was dramatic at this precise moment, but it wouldn't last long, and then we'd just put it down as a bad experience.
- Human beings are free spirits and tyrannical leaders don't tend to last long.
a night when you go to bed later than usual - đêm muộn
- He included a west-facing roof deck atop the bedroom wing for a prime view of Norway's famous late-night summer skies.
- The shoplifter and the late-night brawler go to court, whilst the tax-evader and the industrial polluter go to their club.
- Throughout the fall tour, the dancers shaped their plans, meeting in places like late-night restaurants.
- Taxi drivers at the mercy of drunken passengers on late-night runs sometimes admit to keeping a large spanner under their seat.
- The publication of each new volume prompts fevered speculation on the story line and late-night queues of children outside bookshops.
laugh out loud
to laugh audibly, or laugh aloud so people can hear you - cười lớn
- Though I found certain scenes kind of funny, it was never enough to laugh out loud.
- So, it's a good job that I've been very busy this week and so not found much to laugh out loud at.
- At least 25 per cent of the gags were funny enough to get me to laugh out loud, which counts for something.
- This is ludicrous, and you may feel the urge to simultaneously roll your eyes, laugh out loud, and change the channel.
- This is the book of Shakespeare criticism which really made me think anew and laugh out loud.
law and order
public order that police or military forces maintain - luật lệ yêu cầu duy trì
- It strikes me as a false premise to frame a law and order issue using moral terms regardless if they are in scare quotes or not.
- The hundred bailiff served the sheriff's writs and the constable maintained law and order.
- Caesar is a selfmade man with a pistol strapped to his hip, whose obsession with law and order has made him brutal and power-hungry.
- If a choice were between law and order kept by private military companies and anarchy, most people would opt for the former.
- We are in a situation in which there is a virtual breakdown of law and order with the resultant general banditry and chaos.
lay the groundwork
to do preliminary work in preparation for future work - công việc chuẩn bị cho tương lai
- This new quality of artillery will lay the groundwork for in-depth effective engagement of enemy forces.
- The resignations may be an attempt to appease his critics, protect his base, or lay the groundwork for an exit strategy.
- Ravenel knows he may not win in November, but he says the run could lay the groundwork for something else down the road.
- This funding will allow NARA to continue to develop the ERA and lay the groundwork for building the entire system.
- The introductory mathematics courses will lay the groundwork for all your subsequent engineering studies.
lead the way
to go first to show others the way - dẫn đường
- You lead the way and we'll follow.
- Our guide led the way through the forest.
to do something first or best - làm mẫu
- The USA led the way in developing weapons of mass destruction in the twentieth century.
- When it comes to getting rid of corruption in Southeast Asia, Singapore still leads the way.
lead the world
to be the most successful or advanced in the world - thành công/ nổi tiếng nhất thế giới
- Join with allies and lead the world to crack down on nuclear proliferation.
- Beyond proving that British chavs lead the world in teenage debauchery there are other interesting statistical snippets.
- For an organisation that claims to lead the world revolution, they have nothing.
- In pioneering a new sort of scholarly publication the National Trust could lead the world.
- While the government claims to lead the world with its plans to reduce carbon dioxide emissions, the figures tell quite a different story.
lead to believe
to encourage somebody to believe something, or to hint that something might happen - khiến ai tin
- I wonder if anyone has requested a refund because the product did not achieve the task they were lead to believe it would?
- At Arnhem, the British met much stiffer opposition than they had been lead to believe.
- Before the election, you led us to believe that you wouldn't raise taxes if you won.
- We'd been led to believe that if we worked for lower wages, we wouldn't lose our jobs.
the most important role in a film, play or TV show - vai trò chính
- Yet even the spectacular desert scenery can't compete with Toni Collette's complex stunner of a performance in the leading role.
- She was very strong in the leading role, singing and acting well, while Lee was very creditable as the prince.
- At the same time, the rancheros entered with a leading role in the land lease market as the major source of demand.
- The leading role in it should be taken by federal agencies of the defense sectors of industry.
- He played a leading role in the king's trial, and unlike many of the regicides probably had few qualms about signing his death warrant.
leave a message
to leave information for someone you haven't been able to meet or talk to - để lại lời nhắn
- Hello, you have reached Gram, please leave a message at the sound of the beep.
- I'm going to try to group a team together, so if you are interested in taking part leave a message in the comments below or email me.
- He managed to leave a message for her to get in contact with him but this was never passed on.
- Now I don't want to sound unappreciative, but I wanted to ask why you think that people need instructions on how to leave a message?
- To leave a message on my computer, a password to access my computer is required.
to move out from the home you grew up in - bỏ nhà, ra riêng
- Women no longer have to face a living death, as their families grow up and leave home.
- She can leave home only to get to her office job, to keep legal or health appointments.
- In July, an Army captain was reassigned and stripped of his leave home after writing an opinion piece published in the Washington Post.
- I had to leave home at 18 to go to uni as my parents didn't live anywhere near one.
- His stepfather treated him like a slave and in the end his mother asked him to leave home.
leave sb alone
to stop annoying, bothering or criticizing somebody - bỏ mặc ai đó
- Blighty is sure that now he's drawn attention to it the English fans will leave him alone.
- Why don't you stop cursing my family and leave us alone, you're dead now!
- He shouted at her attacker telling him to leave her alone and the man, who had remained silent throughout the incident, ran off.
- He must say that I shall only leave him alone if he turns King's evidence and tells all he knows of the plot against the King.
to stop going to school - rời trường
- But once they leave school, the outlook for many school dropouts remains grim.
- The Jamaican youngster loved to read, but was forced to leave school in 1901 at the age of fourteen.
- When they leave school many go to the factory or workshop and become initiated into the mysteries of betting and other evils.
- In addition, there is a high rate of pregnancy among schoolgirls, usually requiring that they leave school.
- For us, finishing Year 12 means having a higher level of education and a wider range of work options when we leave school.
advice from a lawyer, a solicitor, or any other a legal expert - lời khuyên pháp lý
- If they had wanted legal advice, then they should have appointed a legal assessor, not a draftsman and made that clear to the parties.
- After retirement he continued his studies into cot death and was sought after for expert legal advice.
- Accountants can't rely on something they've read to determine their liability risk, and should obtain formal legal advice on their situation.
- If you wish to get legal advice, your best bet is to contact the California Bar Association for the names of lawyers who do pro bono work.
- To be safe, you should always seek legal advice before carrying out any dismissal.
to allow somebody or something to go free - thả ai tự do
- After being paid the money, the kidnappers let him go.
- You can catch fish that are over 20cm long, but you must let any smaller ones go.
to stop holding on to something - buông tay
- Don't let go until the train stops moving.
- After letting his balloon go, Billy watched it float up into the sky.
let sb know
to tell or inform somebody - cho ai biết
- If what I'm quoting is substandard, please let me know what sets the standard.
- The call was to let him know there were going to be jets scrambled after the aircraft.
- I returned home to cheering news from Kingster, who had kindly e-mailed to let me know just how limited my life expectancy is.
- He was not at the count as he was unable to take a day off work but delighted supporters phoned to let him know the result.
a situation that's fair for everyone, or in which everyone has the same opportunities - tình huống mọi người có cơ hội giống nhau
- Girls and boys are finally equal and studying together on a level playing field.
- It's about citizens demanding a level playing field in our political arena.
- I believe in opportunity, a level playing field for everyone and the achievement of the American dream.
- It seems that this is antithetic to the cause of creating an level playing field for students.
- Until government butts out, reduces taxes and allows a level playing field, the system isn't going to work.
light a fire
to start a fire - nhóm lửa
- They also had to light a fire using contents of the personal survival kit, and procure and purify water using different techniques.
- They have to catch and prepare their own food, light a fire without matches and build a shelter.
- They can move mountains with their enthusiasm and energy and light a fire under almost anything.
- I'm ready to do everything I can to make a difference and light a fire under people.
- We can't heat the house because we have back boilers and we can't light a fire when the power is out.
alcoholic or non-alcoholic drinks - nước uống
- While this is going on, the Danish players make a beeline for the shade and some liquid refreshments.
- Juice has long been considered one of the top liquid refreshments of choice for health-conscious people.
- It was a party to beat all parties and everyone had a ball and the chocolates and liquid refreshments added to the enjoyment of the afternoon.
- At the Black Bull the liquid refreshment was welcome though the food was unexciting.
- The three were the best of friends at York and will no doubt enjoy sharing some liquid refreshment after tomorrow's showdown.
slightly, or a little - ít
- I was kind of like chasing my tail and trying to do the right thing, and was a little bit stupid.
- The drive itself was not too bad, although there was a fair amount of understeer and a little bit of roll.
- I want to know, because his choice of songs is a little bit off beam if you ask me.
- You know, it might have helped just a little bit if Paul and others like him had shown a bit more guts a couple of years ago.
- Just take for example, you and I were at a party and we had a bit of an argument and it got a little bit out of hand.
little brother | little sister
younger brother, younger sister - anh chị em nhỏ hơn
- The little brother gets a square deal all round and feels that he can fall back on his big brother in time of need.
- I had a long chat with my little brother this week about starting up my business.
- If he were to die as well, then the throne would have to pass to Emmalie, his horrible little sister.
- She has one annoying but lovable big brother that looks out for her, and a little sister that adores and idolizes her.
not known by many people - ít biết
- She has delighted in rendering in delicate detail and exquisite colour the little-known plants and creatures of the desert.
- Look out for Glossa, a Spanish label rich in little-known pre-classical and classical music.
- Wood said that while few would notice the passing of Sumba's little-known hornbills, quails and fruit doves, their demise has wider implications.
- The flowing lines and sweeping shapes of a little-known medieval sculptor are enough to tarnish Rodin's reputation.
- She won the state senate primary convincingly over three little-known candidates.
music played on instruments in front of an audience - nhạc sống
- And they are promising a feast of live music, courtesy of some of Britain's top folk performers.
- There will be live music, including folk, jazz and blues, as well as morris dancing.
- It also features video and sound projections as well as live music on stage.
- They were entertained through the long dark hours by live music and a fireworks display.
- Although this definitely has a lounge around feel, there's plenty to keep you busy with pool tables and live music upstairs.
physical conditions in which people live - điều kiện sống
- Some 130 million people have been removed from abject poverty but their living condition remains miserable.
- There has been a damning indictment of living conditions at a remote Aboriginal community by the West Australian coroner.
- I've never had to uproot my wife and uproot my life and relocate just for safe living conditions.
- A big issue was the poor working and living conditions of migrant laborers.
all things that are alive, incl. microorganisms, plants, animals, etc. - vật sống
- The creation story in Genesis established an account for the origin of living things.
- The cell theory is one of the foundational tenets of biology and explains the relationship between cells and living things.
- The cell theory states that cells are the basic unit of structure and function of living things.
- Mitchell has the instinctive taxonomist's gift for the names and inter-relatedness of living things.
- The trees protected by this bill are among the oldest, tallest, and largest living things on earth.
a great amount of time - thời gian dài
- People who study the paranormal believe these apparitions are the wandering spirits of guards and inmates murdered long ago.
- These long ago promised chairs have had the whole office talking for weeks now.
- As she observed, it would have been a great convenience if everyone had agreed long ago to call marsh samphire by its alternative name glasswort.
- He long ago ditched the specs, shaved off his whiskers and now has a rather kindly avuncular air.
- But if it is true, humanity owes much of its success to women long ago preferring men of wit and intelligence over musclebound hunks.
a great distance - khoảng cách xa
- Occasional moments of levity can go a long way in a motion picture like this.
- We're a long way from seeing these cuts put into action, but I'm cautiously optimistic.
- He got a long way back and tried to thread his way through the field on the inner on the final turn.
- Both teams are undefeated after three rounds and the result of the game will go a long way to showing the state of the competition.
- Nicknamed bangers because of their tendency to explode if the skins are not pierced before frying, sausages have come a long way.
lose a game
to be defeated in a game - thua trò chơi
- It sits upon a volcano that only erupts occasionally when England lose a game of football and overexcited locals set it off.
- Las Vegas oddsmakers have listed the Lakers as a 2-1 shot to never lose a game next season.
- For me it is easier to not lose a game than to win it, thus I produce better results in stronger tournaments.
- Neither side deserved to lose a game that see-sawed back and forth for the whole hour-plus.
- That said however neither side deserved to lose a game that was played under the most appalling conditions.
lose a job
to be told you no longer have your job - mất việc
- Those who lose a job or face a financial setback fall through the frayed safety net of welfare and other social service cutbacks.
- Lose a spouse and find another, lose a job and retrain for another, give up mountaineering and take up rambling.
- We don't like to think about it, but what if you lose your job or the roof of your house caves in?
- You could lose your job if you keep falling behind with your work.
to no longer be in control of something - mất kiểm soát
- They fight file-sharing sites not because they think it is morally wrong, but because they do not want to lose control.
- On entering Henry Street, the car's engine revs, it spurts forward and the driver appears to lose control momentarily.
- Beginning to eat normally takes time and it should be done slowly so that you don't start to panic and lose control.
- But as they tear down the dirt roads in the dead of night, a truck rolls out of nowhere, they lose control, and their car ends up in a ditch.
- He had tried to straighten up, but over-steered, which led him to lose control and collide with the tree on the other side of the road.
to no longer have faith in something you once believed in or trusted - mất niềm tin
- If you lose faith in your ability and stop trusting those people then it becomes difficult.
- This news has been well received by some residents who were beginning to lose faith in the council a few weeks ago.
- They could meet another species which is inimically superior, and lose faith in themselves.
- Policy flip-flops will only confuse matters and cause people to lose faith in the government's reform measures.
- His concern that members will lose faith in liberal democracy is affected and false.
to no longer have hope - mất hi vọng
- But as time passed and seconds slowly ticked away like eternity, Liz began to lose hope.
- Most of the diseases she did not know, and she began to lose hope since most of the writing was ancient and archaic.
- Before any physical torment, the idea would be to make him give up, lose hope.
- Jesus did not lose hope but trusted in God even when it appeared that he was in a hopeless situation.
- We are on the last leg of the walk, and beginning to lose hope of a serpent score.
to no longer be interested in something - mất hứng thú
- A few big shots went in and he seemed to lose interest and rather than get chinned out cold he just wanted to get himself out of there.
- Faced with a menu in a restaurant, he would usually order some man-sized dish such as prawns, only to lose interest as soon as it arrived.
- Does this make you feel like throwing the book at your unsolicited informant, and to lose interest in reading on?
- There is nothing worse than seeing a child lose interest in the sport because of the antics of a coach.
- Meanwhile, younger fans lose interest quickly and often don't develop strong loyalties.
to have less money after gambling, investing, starting a business, etc. - mất tiền
- Police could lose money or be asked to resign if they don't meet strict performance targets set by the Greater Manchester force.
- No one likes to lose money, especially not cash-strapped, starving students such as myself.
- As you may notice from some simple arithmetic, this means that at current prices, the plane would lose money even if fully loaded.
- Luckily for investors, Gateway has a huge hoard of cash, and can continue to lose money for a few years without going bankrupt.
- You can lose money on commissions by overtrading and making even worse investments.
to become lighter in weight - giảm cân
- The best way to lose weight and keep it off is to remove as much fat from the diet as possible.
- This is because to lose weight and keep it off, you must adjust what and how you eat permanently.
- Dieters often cut back on protein in an effort to reduce calories and lose weight.
- She had become addicted to amphetamines since trying to lose weight five years ago and used small amounts of the drug every day.
- For example if you want to lose weight because your partner says you need to then, I'm sorry, but you are on a hiding to nothing.
lose your life
to die because of an accident, war, illness, crime, etc. - mất mạng
- I mean, that's terrible to lose a life partner and a mate at any age, but certainly at a young age like that.
- For Stephen to lose his life over fraudulent benefit claims is a complete waste and so unnecessary.
- Between the two of them, the security guard was lucky not to lose his life in the first two seconds of battle.
- This day he learned something, and that he did not lose his life in the learning of it, was a matter of great surprise to Tarzan, and the fly in the ointment, to Tublat.
lose your temper
to suddenly become angry - đột ngột tức giận
- If it's a clapped-out old banger you lose your temper, kick the tyres and scream curses when it won't start.
- However, you should never lose your temper out of hate for the enemy.
- I lost my temper and started shouting at her.
- My husband lost his temper and punched the wall, but he didn't hit me.
someone you love, esp. a family member or partner - người bạn yêu
- The two most common ways to handle the remains of a loved one is to purchase a casket and bury them or have their remains cremated.
- Many were smudged and tear-stained, often being the first information relatives received about the fate of their loved one.
- Establish a bedtime routine of relaxing activities, such as listening to soft music or giving your loved one a back rub.
- This looked at the ups and downs of togetherness, from the tenderness of a long term Relationship, to the loss of a loved one.
- Moody has a mirrored room where guests come to scry, hoping for a visit from a dead loved one.
If you had a lucky escape, you came close to being killed or badly injured - may mắn thoát khỏi
- A woman sitting in the living room of a neighbouring house had a lucky escape when the lorry stopped just feet away from her.
- In mid May the crew of the fishing vessel Alegna II had a lucky escape when their vessel was rammed by a scalloper out of Kilmore Quay.
- Three young men had a lucky escape after their car left the road, ploughed through a bridge parapet and ended up on its roof in a river.
- And efforts to gather information from workers who had a lucky escape at the site were in vain as they simply clammed up.
- A woman has told how her family had a lucky escape as a car crashed into her house.