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"TẤT TẦN TẬT" IDIOMS THÀNH NGỮ THƯỜNG GẶP NHẤT BẮT ĐẦU BẰNG V TRONG TIẾNG ANH

(Ứng dụng IELTS SPEAKING)

· Idiom

Idiom là những câu/cụm từ được người bản xứ thường xuyên sử dụng trong giao tiếp hằng ngày. Nếu bạn đang có ý định thi IELTS hoặc muốn nâng cao khả năng giao tiếp bằng tiếng Anh thì nhất định không thể bỏ qua bài viết này. "Sự có mặt" của idiom trong bài giao tiếp (IELTS speaking) là một trong những tiêu chí giúp bạn đạt điểm cao. Dưới đây là danh sách những Idioms bắt đầu bằng chữ "V".

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Vanish into the/ thin air

Meaning: If something vanishes into thin air, it disappears completely (biến mất hoàn toàn)

Example: The wizard waved his wand and vanished into thin air.​

Vale of Tears

Meaning: Life or the world at large regarded as a source of sorrow, strife, or tragedy (nguồn gốc của nỗi buồn, xung đột)

Example: If you convince yourself that life is nothing but a vale of tears, you will end up creating a self-fulfilling prophecy.

Vale of Years

Meaning: the decreasing time of a individual's life (những năm cuối đời, giảm tuổi thọ)

Example: I shall not leave my parents during their vale of years.

Van Gogh's ear for music

Meaning: Van Gogh was a painter who cut his ear off and this phrase is a pun intended one referring to being tone deaf. (Van Gogh là họa sĩ đã cắt tai - ý chỉ quá dở không thể nghe/ muốn nghe)

Example: Her singing is so bad she has Van Gogh's ear for music.

Variety is the spice of life

Meaning: new and exciting practices make life more attractive (những thứ mởi mẻ, thú vị khiến cho cuộc sống thêm sinh động)

Example: I started learning tennis after having tried swimming because variety is the spice of life.

Vested interest

Meaning: If you have a vested interest in something, you have a strong personal interest in it because you stand to gain from it. (ý chỉ có hứng thú lớn)

Example: He's got a $200 bet riding on this team, so yes, you could say he's got a vested interest in whether they win or lose.

Vice versa

Meaning: a reverse in position (và ngược lại)

Example: I do not like my sister's new husband, and vice versa.

Vicious Circle

Meaning: If you're in a vicious circle you're in a situation in which the solution to one problem becomes the cause of another one, and the solution to that one causes the first problem to occur again. (vòng tuần hoàn)

Example: Rays drinking ruined him. He would lose his job and drink more, so he lost his apartment, and then drank even more than before. It was a vicious circle​.

Virgin Territory

Meaning: You can say something is virgin territory if it's never been explored before or never been done before (chưa từng được khám phá)

Example: Twenty years ago the field of neurobiology was virgin territory, but now it’s a very hot specialty.

Vote of confidence

Meaning: A vote of confidence is something that shows you're happy with the quality of something or pleased with someone or their work (là biểu thị ý đồng tình) 

Example: Thank you for your vote of confidence during the board meeting, boss. It means a lot to me to have your support on this project.

Vote with One’s Feet

Meaning: If you vote with your feet, you show your opinion of something by acting in a certain way, such as by buying something if you like it, or by not buying it if you don't like it. (ủng hộ bằng hành động)

Example: If you want to support local businesses, you need to vote with your feet and your dollars—show up and buy stuff!

Hi vọng danh sách trên đây sẽ giúp bạn có thêm các idioms để sử dụng trong các bài thi nói cũng như làm phong phú thêm giao tiếp hằng ngày. Hãy để lại bình luận (comment) nếu bạn có thắc mắc.

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