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an approximate or imprecise idea - ý tưởng mập mờ, gần đúng
- I have fairly good ideas for two of my research papers, and a vague idea for the third.
- Not only do I not remember them I don't even have a vague idea of what the subject matter was.
- On the other hand he had only a vague idea of what constitutes a mathematical proof.
- In conjunction with the twenty-fourth problem, this shows that, even at the time, he had at least a vague idea of metamathematics.
- Always remember that moving from an interesting but vague idea, to specific and actionable is the difficult part of creation and invention.
unclear or incomplete memory - trí nhớ không rõ ràng
- Summer now exists only as a vague memory, a time when all was warm and I bathed in lakes and pools and kissed and danced.
- I have a vague memory that it took about eight months for him to leave office after Black Wednesday.
- He had a vague memory of hiring a dak cart driver to take him down the road.
a point that most people would find reasonable and logical - điểm hợp lệ
- She brings up a valid point about Vicki constantly trying to create animosity between her and Tamra.
- I would say to your readers that I am a fond cat lover and I am merely making a valid point.
- For once, he was unable to think of a reply, since she actually had a valid point in this argument.
- However, the manufacturers have a valid point in that we are quite happy to unthinkingly travel in fly-by-wire aircraft.
- Nor do I think using the converse argument is a valid point.
a reason that most people would find acceptable or believable - lí do hợp lí
- For this reason, one should not enter into a dangerous situation without a valid reason.
- The market demand is steady and there is no valid reason why prices should drop below the level of last week.
- The only valid reason for legalising it is that the Government could make more money.
- There can be absolutely no valid reason why my countrymen do not take pride in keeping their country clean.
- Rules say bus drivers can use their discretion regarding dogs but they must have a valid reason for refusing.
an important contribution to something's development or success - đóng góp giá trị
- One especially valuable contribution of the book is its analysis of numerous small aerial battles.
- Any contribution that brings the life and thought of a woman out of the shadows of historical obscurity is a valuable contribution.
- In my experience most in fact do see their employees as being a valuable contribution to their business.
- I should like to thank this eminent scholar and friend for his valuable contribution to the debate on this issue.
- This lack of comprehensiveness in no way diminishes the valuable contribution made by this fine book.
important or useful information - thông tin giá trị
- Probably the most valuable information that has been obtained during this time is new information about subcellular protein localization.
- Let nobody ever say that the internet is not a valuable information resource.
- Public and private schools, scouting groups, and religious youth educators are sources of valuable information.
- Notice that the hypsography data also include valuable information in the Elevation field.
- Analytics find patterns in the randomness of data so that you can discover valuable information and gain insight.
- And I learned a valuable lesson in self-management, focus and concentration while on the job.
- I learnt a valuable lesson which was to be a little more careful with my finances.
- The other will endure hardship and much suffering and must learn a valuable lesson.
- Bald and shell-shocked by the experience, she also learnt a valuable lesson.
- I swallowed my first bitter pill from this beastly industry, and have certainly learned a valuable lesson.
to vary a lot, or include very different types, amounts, degrees, etc. - đa dạng/ nhiều loại
- State laws vary widely, with some allowing specific forms of gambling within their borders.
- The static and dynamic characteristics of these two types of vehicles vary widely.
- Retail prices vary widely, but the industry is considered to be quite profitable.
- Though they are uniform in order, the age of onset, pace, and duration of these changes vary widely from one individual to another.
- The clinical features vary widely and may resemble myelopathy, radiculopathy, muscle disease, or even hyperventilation.
great majority, or the most by far - số lượng lớn/ phần lớn
- The vast majority of new vans have engine immobilisers fitted, although few have full alarm systems.
- The vast majority of drug users are recreational, and there are so many of them that they are a majority.
- Instead the vast majority of anti-capitalists became part of the anti-war mobilisations.
- But for the vast majority of musical artists, their copyrights are a woefully inadequate tool for leveraging their way to a mass audience.
- The centre, where the vast majority of Iraqis live, will not have access to the oil wealth.
a parade held to celebrate a victory, esp. in sports, war, politics, etc. - diễu hành chiến thắng
- Watching the England team's victory parade, I fear Freddie could topple from the upper deck of the open top bus at any moment.
- Mountbatten gratified his ambition by staging an elaborate victory parade, at which he took the salute in Rangoon on 15 June.
- Wingate, mounted on a grey charger, led the victory parade into Addis Abeba.
- With loud hurrahs from appropriate quarters and much general ballyhoo, my friend went along to that victory parade in London.
- In the Norrebro area, home to many of the city's communist and anarchist groups, an impromptu victory parade began.
a crime that causes injury or death - tội phạm bạo lực
- Police say this is partly down to a new system for how they deal with and record violent crime.
- The British Crime Survey shows that violent crime fell by six per cent and violence involving injury dropped by 12 per cent.
- Cotswold police are mounting a major offensive against violent crime in the run-up to Christmas.
- Today domestic violence makes up a quarter of all reported violent crime, although most goes unreported.
- I live in fear of being a victim of violent crime every time I step out of the door.
a movie with many violent scenes - phim bạo lực
- Do you let your kids watch violent movies?
- It's one of the most violent movies I've seen, but it's still a great film.
- He thought of hitting Guy, saw himself doing it, like some violent movie, slow-motion.
- They have a violent movie then they have a violent advert
hours of the day when you can visit a hospital, prison, museum, zoo, government office, etc. - giờ tham quan
- The mill, which was open to the public during the week, has had its visiting hours slashed.
- These are not folks coming to solemnly worship during the several visiting hours open to non-Muslims.
- It is thought the floppy disc was brought into the prison in Portlaoise, Co Laois, during visiting hours.
organs that are essential for life, incl. the brain, heart, kidneys, liver and lungs - nội tạng quan trọng
- Fat also helps maintain healthy hair and skin, protects vital organs, keeps your body insulated, and provides a sense of fullness after meals.
- These air bubbles can make their way to the brain, the heart, the kidneys and other vital organs.
- This makes sure that oxygen gets to the vital organs, such as the brain and heart.
- Although testicular cancer is among the easiest cancers to cure, that cure is much harder to achieve once it has spread to vital organs.
- As sugar by-products accumulate in vital organs such as the liver, heart and brain, cells become damaged and die.
a very important role - vai trò quan trọng
- She said tidy town committees played a vital role which was central to community life.
- The soft tissue structures around the joint play a vital role in the stability of the shoulder.
- This exercise also plays a vital role in swimming during stroke recovery in the freestyle, butterfly and backstroke.
- The redesign of emergency services is part of a larger plan to improve patient care and both hospitals will play a vital role in this.
- Let it be clear that I do believe that the National Gallery has a vital role to play in the new South Africa.
to not support someone or something with your vote - chống lại
- If the money was going for reading coaches in elementary schools, I might have been less likely to vote against it.
- The campaign says it wants members to vote against a resolution expressing confidence in the managing director.
- Every activist should fight hard to build the biggest possible vote against the deal.
- More than 100 Labour MPs are threatening to vote against the bill on January 27 and 160 have signed a protest motion over fees.
- Continuing, he signified his party's intention to vote against any estimate that includes them.
to give someone or something your vote - bầu cử
- The doctors attended a rally outside the hospital to vote for bans on non-essential paperwork.
- Let's say you vote for a trick play that ends with a player suffering a serious knee injury.
- So I took the trouble to total up the popular vote for the House this time.
- I guess no one expected that enough Tokelauans would actually vote for colonial government.
- Please write a short memo advising the Senator whether she should vote for the law.