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unfair treatment of someone because of their race - phân biệt chủng tộc
- In recent years, there has been no other court justice with a personal history so loaded with insensitivity to racial discrimination.
- That is, we are ideally interested in measuring the presence and effects of racial discrimination at multiple points in a dynamic process.
- His aversion to racial discrimination compelled him to integrate his high school swimming pool-after which the school closed the pool.
- The agency did not systematically discourage either racial discrimination or blockbusting.
- The term racial discrimination denotes all forms of differential behaviour based on race.
rain heavily, as during a storm or a downpour - mưa lớn
- Angry, bitter wind drove frozen rain hard into the window, rattling the panes.
- It began to rain hard, and it was the first rain that we had seen since we left South Georgia sixteen months ago.
- It doesn't rain often, but it rains hard when it does.
- It was raining really hard, so we had to stop playing.
a day during which it rains quite a lot - ngày mưa
- I managed to get a short walk in between showers on what's been a mostly rainy day.
- Once those paychecks start rolling in, don't forget to save something for a rainy day as well as your retirement!
- Everyone needs money in the bank for a rainy day, so your first savings should be on deposit.
- The alternative is to save money for a rainy day to pay out of pocket for treatments denied you.
- Most states took advantage of the boom times to create rainy day funds, storing away the extra cash.
raise a family
to raise one or more children in a family setting - nuôi gia đình
- However, as soon as they have a steady income and begin to raise a family, they join the package-deal bandwagon or join guided tours.
- The graceful swans settled on the pond at Vale Royal Golf Club in Cheshire ready to raise a family of their own.
- Ashley went on to say that they are hoping to raise a family together by adopting a baby.
- Basil seems to have retired early, becoming a rentier of independent means, and apparently in order to raise a family.
- They were never rich, but our grandparents managed to work long, hard hours to raise a family and make a living.
to express doubts or concerns about something - gợi lên nghi vấn
- Tung Chee-hwa's stumbles raise doubts about whether he should seek another term as Hong Kong's leader.
- Will his evidently untrue statements raise doubts about his as-yet-uncorroborated stories about later Cambodian missions?
- My intention here is not so much to raise doubts about them, however, nor to question their apriorism.
- The results raise doubts about a supposed smart bomb in the pesticide arsenal, the Bt toxin.
to make somebody feel more hopeful - khiến ai hi vọng
- Water power was the first to raise hopes that mankind might be eased from severe toil by the benignant help of Nature.
- Now that is so easy to raise hopes and, in point of fact, hype results, but this experimental vaccine has proved to be, so far, 100 percent effective in some instances.
- She could still lose the trial, so don't raise her hopes too high.
- The company's huge profits raised the workers' hopes of getting a pay rise.
to collect money for a special purpose - quyên góp tiền
- He is undertaking the walk in order to raise money for victims of the tsunami disaster and underprivileged people in the local community.
- The Sporting Trust is an independent body that organises sporting functions to raise money for cancer.
- The Friends of St Mary's Church was set up in 1998 to raise money to maintain the church.
- This is especially true of any organization that must raise money to support itself.
- A local Boy Scout troop adopted the family, promising to help out around the house and raise money for Christmas presents.
to bring issues or questions to somebody's attention - đưa ra câu hỏi
- How often have I seen people raise questions about the work of a hero only to be met by quiet derision or patronizing dismissal.
- Yet this must surely raise questions over the validity of the prize itself.
- Will his violation raise questions about the validity of his case for a spot in the Hall of Fame some day?
- They knew that complaining about her actions could raise questions about their conduct and did it anyway.
- Newly released documents raise questions about the Supreme Court nominee's position on women's rights.
to increase the rate of taxation - nâng thuế
- They can't raise taxes any more without risking uprisings among the peasants and Highlanders.
- But that means we may have dip into Social Security revenues, or maybe raise taxes, or go into deficit spending.
- In order to avoid colossal budget deficits, many economists say, the U.S. will need to slash benefits, raise taxes, or both.
- They were empowered to raise taxes, grant mineral and land concessions and issue currency.
- The government, elected after all on a promise not to raise taxes, has, strictly speaking, kept its word.
raise your voice
to show anger by speaking louder than usual - lớn giọng
- Without so much as a raised voice and despite hardly ever leaving her chair, Gina Clayton's skilled and confident presence fills the theatre.
- You might have expected an ugly scene, or at least the odd raised voice.
- Jenny was afraid that Adam's raised voice would wake the children.
- Despite hailing from a zamindari background, she raised her voice against the tyranny of the zamindars.
- Despite hailing from a zamindari background, she raised her voice against the tyranny of the zamindars.
fast growth, or growth in a short period of time - phát triển nhanh chóng
- The most negatively affected birds are those characterized by the otherwise desirable traits of rapid growth and muscle accretion.
- Feed with a high nitrogen fertilizer, and add side dressings of compost or aged manure to the soil to help promote rapid growth.
- Now he runs Scotland's only electronic property search company which is set to enter a period of rapid growth and expansion.
- Like it or not, the rapid growth in Internet use has meant domain name registrations have far exceeded anyone's expectations.
- This allows more rapid growth than for a plant starting out from a seed, which has limited food reserves.
reach a verdict
to decide if the accused is guilty or not - tuyên án
- He was formally cleared by the trial judge yesterday after the jury was discharged after failing to reach a verdict.
- The jury of seven women and five men were discharged after failing to reach a verdict after more than eight hours of deliberation.
- The jury took less than two hours to reach a verdict of not guilty of murder but guilty of manslaughter.
- A jury was discharged after failing to reach a verdict in the case last July.
- The twelve of us must wait until tomorrow before we can retire to the jury room, discuss all that we have heard and finally reach a verdict.
reach an agreement
to finally agree after discussing or negotiating something - quyết định thỏa thuận
- Every instance of violent resistance polarized the political debate and made it more difficult to reach an agreement over which policy to pursue.
- If they fail to reach an agreement in that time period, the prisoners should be released.
- There is a growing trend toward using mediation to reach an agreement on the terms of a divorce.
- Despite five years of negotiations, both sides could not reach an agreement.
- It was difficult to reach an agreement because of the friction between the two sides.
to say words out loud as you read them - đọc lớn
- The workers sit at desks in long, Dickensian school rooms listening to novels read aloud from a dais.
- It is basically a long prose poem meant to be read aloud, and I could only take so much of that at one time.
- Both will respond to activities such as poetry read aloud, choral readings with repetitious phrasing, and intentional changes of voice.
- We were stunned when a messenger Jeep drove me to the rear to hear the cease-fire order read aloud.
- Unlike most books, children's books have to read well aloud, and Pooh is a delight to read aloud.
easy to obtain or easy to find - dễ tìm
- Foreign stamps are readily available in the UK, unlike many other foreign cultural items.
- The restaurants are packed with people, wine is readily available, goods are in abundant supply.
- The company relies instead on a world supply of quick-frozen fish that is more readily available and cheaper than the local supply.
- Immediately after the war, he developed a series of small houses using Quonsets as low-cost, readily available starting points for the designs.
- Please don't keep your toenails raggedy when clippers, emery boards and pumice stones are readily available.
life as it's really experienced, or life in the real world - thực tế
- In real life a twelfth man is needed in case of injury to one of the other eleven.
- It kind of excited her to encounter a real life extramarital affair scenario when she could only get to watch the scenario in dramas or movies.
- From what it sounds like, Brooks is just as much a ham in real life as he is on the silver screen.
- In real life, the chances of my being able to dance anything more complex than a two-step are close to zilch.
- Every once in a while, the straight Australian male must come face to face with real life homosexuals.
an explanation that most people can accept or believe - lời giải thích hợp lí
- But this reply gives a perfectly reasonable explanation for the apparent discrepancy.
- Once again, a mature person will appreciate your directness and give you a reasonable explanation for not answering you.
- Tell him straight off and wait a few days until he comes to you with a reasonable explanation for his behavior.
- One of the characteristics of a reasonable explanation is that it be a likely story.
- I would have thought the more reasonable explanation here is that we were busy looking for the descrambler that would have let us bypass the outfit requirements entirely.
fairly pleased or reasonably satisfied – vui vẻ
- Let us assume one child is reasonably happy, well adjusted and the other is unhappy.
- I'm reasonably happy with my own company, but I'm naturally gregarious so I think that three months would be my limit on the island.
- His face was reasonably happy and his standard expression seemed to be one of aloof nobility, even though he knew he wasn't noble.
- By Friday I was reasonably happy about my top-end skiing but still felt like an uncoordinated rhinoceros doing snowploughs.
- Oh well, such is life. I'm still reasonably happy with my face, I'll just have to start looking for other freckly girls I find attractive and copy them instead.
for sale or rent at a fair price - giá hợp lí
- If wine was reasonably priced, inventory would move, and new vintages could be brought in.
- They're usually very pretty, usually reasonably priced, and are non-functional decorative items.
- We all know that money is cheap and many companies on the stock market are reasonably priced.
- No, what used to be reasonably priced restaurant food is now expensive nosh.
- Leon received praise for its reasonably priced salads, grilled vegetables, Cajun fish and lamb meatballs.
fairly well or satisfactorily - thỏa mãn, tốt
- Despite their extreme age they were clearly alert, tidy and reasonably well nourished.
- The echidna depends more on its hearing than its eyesight, though it does see reasonably well.
- And despite some worries last night, the weather has turned out reasonably well.
- We can rely on these crowds to be reasonably well behaved and to have at least a nodding acquaintance with the laws of the game.
- Suicide bombers have been shown to be mostly educated and reasonably well off.
to strongly recommend someone or something - đáng đề cử
- Steve recommended her very highly for the job, so we should meet her.
- It's an old hotel, but it's been recommended quite highly on many websites.
to get control of something again after losing control - lấy lại quyền kiểm soát
- He gritted his teeth and wrestled with the joystick in a vain effort to regain control of his crippled craft.
- Once seated Kelly took a deep breath and fought to regain control of her emotions.
- The shock of impact riddled both pilots with confusion, stumbling to regain control of their mechs.
- The crew considered jettisoning the fuel bladders to regain control of the aircraft.
- We have an opportunity here to recapture our territories and regain control of our river.
to fix the damage to something - sửa chữa
- The gate had been undergoing a two-year facelift to repair damage done by age and pollution.
- Small craft set out before sunrise, often through rough surf, to lift the nets, remove captured animals and repair damage to the mesh.
- Neuronal stem cells could be induced to form new connections to repair damage.
- The surgeon will scope the football player's knee to repair damage to a ligament.
- A number of utility programs provide emergency boot disks, which attempt to repair damage done to your hard disk.
to bring back confidence, trust or belief in something - lấy lại sự tự tin
- A critical review of the current PPP model may help to restore confidence to the market.
- There will have to be stabilisation on the security front, plus measures to restore confidence.
- It would be a great pity if this opportunity to restore confidence in the way support is delivered to rural areas is missed.
- The French would go on the defensive for the following months to avoid high casualties and to restore confidence in the French High Command.
to maintain control of, or keep control over, something - giữ kiểm soát
- The United States has won its fight to retain control over the internet, at least for the foreseeable future.
- That way, I would retain control of my own fief, and still have the man I loved.
- But many women today are choosing not to marry at all, opting for autonomy and to retain control over their own children.
- In 1945, the manifestos for all three parties stressed the need to retain control of the production and distribution of food.
- I needed to sort out a way of creating pre-emption provisions and to retain control.
return a call
to call someone back after not answering their call - gọi lại
- I felt a little sorry for him but all the twerp had to do was return a call.
- Facebook did not return a call querying about men using the social networking site to jump-start their fantasizing.
- A spokesman for the Uzbek embassy in Washington did not return a call Wednesday seeking comment of the human-rights report.
- I'm still waiting for her to return my call.
- If she hasn't returned your call by Friday, she isn't interested.
the flight back from where your first flight took you - chuyến bay khứ hồi
- During the return flight to Philadelphia we settled into plush leather seats.
- The plane was on a return flight from an outing in which the couple swam with dolphins close to their luxury resort.
- During the return flight, he said there was an incredible sensation of speed.
- One inbound and return flight to Heathrow was cancelled but other delays were kept to a minimum.
- My return flight was spent reading articles about how one in eight South Africans is HIV positive.
a ticket for travelling to a place, and then back again - vé khứ hồi
- Allison got contributions from two companies but said it is still not enough to secure a return ticket to Slovenia.
- To get to my conference on time, I must fly back to New York and use my original return ticket.
- Anyone expecting a return ticket for the National Express is going to be disappointed.
- Ms. M.J.D. and the two children had a return ticket to Brazil.
- Typically, he jokes about not wanting to waste his return ticket to Boston.
immediately, or without delay - ngay lập tức
- If you find anything unusual during a self-exam, see your doctor right away.
- Call the doctor right away if your child has sudden, sharp stomach pain that will not go away.
- But Morgan makes enemies right away when he foils a mugging by a gang of local ruffians.
- I was so glad of my bed when I got to it that I fell asleep right away, and slept through until I was woken by the phone at eight.
- Because he was low on cash, Amos couldn't afford to buy another batch right away.
at this moment - ngay lúc này
- I'm sorry, but I can't talk right now.
- The manager isn't here right now, but he'll be back soon if you'd like to wait.
immediately, or without delay - ngay lập tức
- Mum says you have to come home right now.
- Stop what you're doing right now!
safety on roads for drivers, passengers and pedestrians - an toàn trên đường
- The authors concluded that it was imperative that current road safety programmes, including random breath testing, be fully implemented.
- He can volunteer his services for road safety campaigns in schools and colleges.
- Rather, it would have ended up with traffic sign boards and writings of road safety measures on the highways.
- But road safety campaigners say the figures hide the human tragedy behind each accident.
- How will it improve traffic flow and road safety to force a milk float to drive in the outside lane at 3am?
room for improvement
the possibility or need for something to improve - khả năng tiến bộ
- Speakers will give their views on what the trust is doing well and where there is room for improvement.
- Both surveys demonstrated room for improvement and need for coordination between medical partners.
- Methods for assessment of methodological quality by systematic reviews are still in their infancy and there is substantial room for improvement.
- Big and strong but not as athletic as he needs to be, Snyder has room for improvement.
- She said of the three offices, one was doing extremely well while the other two had room for improvement.
the main or fundamental cause of something - nguyên nhân gốc rễ
- We wanted to find the root cause and got a clear picture that little thought had gone into packaging.
- The root cause is specialization amongst the lower ranks in the Force, which is a cover for shirking responsibility.
- What is the quickest and most efficient way to determine the root cause of a failed transmission system?
- Therefore, if we could just get to the root cause of their hate for us, maybe we could make them stop hating us.
- The root cause of this recession was the bursting of one of the biggest financial bubbles in history.
an approximate estimate - khoảng
- Yet however imperfect, however crude, they afford the historian's best access to even a rough estimate of public opinion of the period.
- We describe a rough estimate that suggests such effects on the degree of covalence are very small.
- Urine tests provide you with only a rough estimate of your blood sugar level and can't detect levels below 180 milligrams per deciliter.
- It includes cases studies of couples undergoing treatment as well as a rough estimate of costs.
- The Daily Beast has tallied up a rough estimate of the cost of the initial air trikes in Syria.
a vague or approximate idea, concept, memory, etc. - ý kiến thô
- All individually designed, the names should give you a rough idea of their content.
- You don't see the real image formed by the camera lens, but you get a rough idea of what is in view.
- I'm not quite sure where I'm going with this story, but I have a rough idea.
- I have a rough idea who, but I want to keep it a secret until I'm positive of the facts and evidence.
- And more than a third of people said they either had no idea or only a rough idea how much interest they were paying on their debt.
run a business
to be in charge of a business - quản lí doanh nghiệp
- Perhaps the opportunity to run a business which has nothing to do with accountancy!
- It's against the gentlemanly rules to run a business from Parliament and so an unofficial reprimand was dished out.
- Outside work, Maxine also finds the time to help run a business club and enjoys aerobics and swimming.
- I recommend they go to a community college or continuing education course to learn how to run a business.
- We run a business, not a re-education camp, so we don't preach the co-operative gospel to people.
run the risk of
to do something risky, or that could have a bad result - làm gì nguy hiểm có thể có kết quả xấu
- Now you run the risk of being called heightist by the vertically challenged.
- Movies about children always run the risk of cuteness, because kids often play to the camera with little self-consciousness.
- Your quest has continued so long that, unfortunately, you now run the risk of your impatience getting the best of you.
- Even with your camera on top of a tripod, if you only use your finger to keep the shutter open, you run the risk of camera movement.
- By carrying sidearms, contractor employees run the risk of being seen as unlawful combatants.
If you've got a runny nose, liquid mucus is running from your nose - chảy nước mũi
- There's sneezing, hacking, coughing, wheezing and aching, not to mention a constant runny nose and watery eyes.
- Usually, the congestion, runny nose, and nosebleeds that occur during pregnancy clear up shortly after delivery.
- Infection made most children ill, and symptoms included fever, irritability, runny nose, rash, roseola, and diarrhea.
- I am six months pregnant and I'm suffering badly from nasal congestion and a runny nose.
- Sneezing, a blocked or runny nose and itchy eyes are common symptoms of hay fever, also called seasonal allergic rhinitis.