Nắm Vững WORD BUILDING - WORD FORMATION - WORD FAMILY - CẤU TẠO TỪ là cách "Nhanh Nhất" Giúp Em Mở Rộng Vốn Từ!. Dưới đây là danh sách tổng hợp word formation bắt đầu bằng H trong tiếng Anh mà các em nên biết trong tiếng anh.
HAND (N/V) - tay/ trao
The Esquire Theatre, on the other hand, is guilty of censoring the work of an artist, no matter how poor that work might actually be.
OFFHAND (ADV/ADJ) - không suy nghĩ trước/ quá tự nhiên
I suppose there must be plenty of counterexamples to such a sweeping statement, but none occur to me offhand.
OFFHANDEDLY (ADV) - một cách tự nhiên
I offhandedly expostulated whilst continuing to read her two page monologue.
OFFHANDEDNESS (N) - tính chất ứng khẩu
Your offhandedness is completely inappropriate in such an important situation.
UNDERHAND (ADJ/ADV) - giấu giếm, lén lút
Meanwhile two books are coming out soon about the sport's language, amid claims of some underhand play.
HANDILY (ADV) - thuận tiện
Tactically, it's clear that the fleet is less handily placed in Holland, and the army ditto in Denmark.
HAPPY (ADJ) - vui vẻ
She would have wanted us all to be happy and to have fun so that is what we will do.
UNHAPPY (ADJ) - khổ sở
Both couples suffer in unhappy marriages, and they deal with their situations through denial, deceit, and savage personal attacks.
HAPPINESS (N) - sự sung sướng
He was handsome and could have had a life of blissful happiness for himself if he wished.
HAPPILY (ADV) - hạnh phúc
Madison dances with Jack, and they happily laugh and chat during the lively jig.
UNHAPPILY (ADV) - bất hạnh
While everyone around him is in a committed relationship, he continues to find himself either unhappily involved or single all together.
HARM (V/N) - làm hại/ tai hại
To do otherwise would involve an unacceptable level of censorship and harm to the public good.
HARMFUL (ADJ) - có hại
Lasers, like ionizing radiation, can be harmful to staff as well as the patients.
HARMLESS (ADJ) - vô tội, ngây thơ
The noctule bat's wingspan can reach up to 19 inches, although, like all British varieties, it is totally harmless.
HARMFULLY (ADV) - tai hại
Explanations requiring the supernatural are now not merely quaint but harmfully distracting to children and other innocents.
HARMLESSLY (ADV) - vô hại
Various germs such as fungi and bacteria live harmlessly on the skin and inside the body.
UNHARMED (ADJ) - không bị tổn hại
After reaching the bank, Weatherford dismounted, checked his horse for injuries and rode away, unharmed.
HAZARD (V/N) - mạo hiểm/ mối nguy
It seems the pay is average but the workplace hazard allowance is astronomical.
HAZARDOUS (ADJ) - mạo hiểm
Authorities say a hazardous spill has been contained following a train collision just south of Chicago.
HAZARDOUSLY (ADV) - liều lĩnh
The books were stacked hazardously in my locker, threatening to topple onto me.
HEAD (N/V) - đầu/ đứng đầu
The shooting began to sink in and he realised he was in deep, way over his head.
HEADACHE (N) - chứng nhức đầu
He had been told she had a headache and muscle pain, neither of which she had.
HEAD-DRESS (N) - khăn trùm đầu
In the adjacent mirror is a spatially confusing reflection of a woman wearing a rose headdress.
HEADER (N) - vòi phun
But City had set the tempo and Jacobs waltzed his way around Antony Kay only to see Windass put the header in the TL Dallas Stand.
HEADGEAR (N) - khăn trùm đầu
What is it about this type of headgear, that usually heralds bad behaviour and total disregard for the safety of others.
HEADINESS (N) - tính nóng nảy
The end is sweet, in the form of immaculate hand-made chocolates almost alcoholic in their headiness.
HEADING (N) - tiêu đề
The launch vehicle pushes the spacecraft onto a heading that pushes it in the direction of a final destination.
HEADLAMP (N) - đèn pha
Diamonds sparkle in the radiance of my headlamp as snow sifts from an ebony sky.
HEADLIGHT (N) - đèn pha
Use flashers or a headlight signal to warn other drivers when deer are spotted on or near the road.
HEADLINE (N/V) - dòng đầu/ đặt đề mục
The core inflation measure made its debut in the early 1970s when the headline inflation rate was trending sharply upwards.
HEADLONG (ADJ/ADV) - liều lĩnh
Plunged headlong into joyful Christmas celebrations, Jack mooches around looking mournful and lugubrious.
HEADMASTER (N) - ông hiệu trưởng
But later, the headmaster actually went into the bin and put all the pieces together!
HEADMISTRESS (N)- bà hiệu trưởng
We both got dragged of to the headmistress, but I swear from that day on she never bothered me again and nor did anyone else.
HEAD-ON (ADJ/ADV) - đâm đầu vào nhau
Few people will challenge activists' arguments head-on, and defend the moral value of animal research.
HEADQUARTERS (N) - sự chỉ huy
Lou, behind us, they have floodlit the almost destroyed remains of the front of the U.N. headquarters.
HEADSTONE (N) - bia mộ
It is, of course, a memorial to the matriarch, the slab representing her headstone.
HEADSTRONG (ADJ) - cứng đầu
I think it was a bit of a surprise that I was still very headstrong even after signing.
HEADWAY (N) - sự tiến bộ
Although the army has made similar arguments in the past, officers are making headway.
HEADY (ADJ) - nóng nảy/ dễ bốc đầu
Introduced her to the heady world of alcohol and nightclubs and skipping lectures to deal with the morning after the night before.
OVERHEAD (N/ADJ/ADV) - tổng phí/ ở trên đầu
The data suggested a significant increase in oxygen demand when comparing the overhead exercise relative to the chest exercise.
HEAR (V) - nghe
Occasionally, when Brie focuses very hard, her loved ones can Briefly sense her, can hear her whispering in their ears.
HEARABLE (ADJ) - có thể nghe
What they aim for is that virtual objects or processes will be not just seeable and hearable, but experienced through touch as well.
HEARER (N) - thính giả
Affirmatives with both of the options can mark a contrast between speaker and hearer, but mostly in literature.
HEARSAY (N) - lời đồn
In relation to the other concerns raised by the woman, he pointed these were very subjective matters and hearsay.
OVERHEAR (V) - nghe lỏm
Wilde did not have such specific prescience, but I wonder if he didn't overhear the dim roar of airborne death somewhere over the horizon.
HEART (N) - trái tim
If someone is in need of a listener, an ambivert can be the perfect person to pour your heart out to.
DISHEARTEN (V) - làm chán nản
The news would perhaps dishearten walkers and joggers on Race Course and Nehru Stadium.
HEARTACHE (N) - nỗi đau buồn
Deep in her eyes, she had heartache, pain, and anger swirling together in a destructive mass.
HEARTBEAT (N) - nhịp tim
If it detects an abnormally rapid heartbeat, it sends an electrical surge to a defibrillator coil and jolts the heart back into a normal rhythm.
HEART-BREAK (N) - nỗi đau buồn xé ruột
Always supportive, we were the crutch for the other to lean on, when love dealt us the pain of heartbreak.
HEARTBURN (N) - chứng ợ nóng
But thumb drives aren't the only form of digital storage media giving security executives heartburn.
HEARTLAND (N) - khu trung tâm
But this is what took place two years ago in the heartland of England's shires.
HEARTEN (V) - động viên
Forty years on, the poem's appeal was still strong enough to hearten the Achinese in their next struggle, against the invaders.
HEARTENING (ADJ) - phấn khích
It's all heartening stuff for investors, even if fans of the Bhoys would prefer Desmond to loosen the purse strings and strengthen the squad.
HEARTLESS (ADJ) - vô tình
We have a cruel and heartless system for the cared for and carers which needs to be overhauled.
HEARTSICK (ADJ) - thất vọng
I'm just heartsick, because I love CRP, because it's allowing me to have the habitat out here.
HEART-WARMING (ADJ) - ấm lòng, chân tình
The book is comedic and heartwarming in turns, yet I read it dry-eyed as it did not realise a true exploration of personal grief.
HESITATE (V) - do dự
Would they hesitate and triangulate, or would they push hard for real change?
HESITATION (N) - sự nói ấp úng
However, as someone who is still studying, I have no hesitation in recommending this book.
HESITANT (ADJ) - do dự
The older students clapped enthusiastically while the newcomer were still a bit hesitant, confused.
HOLD (V/N) - cầm
They are going to hold a plebiscite on the question of national independence.
HOLDER (N) - người nắm giữ, tay cầm
In Scotland the sheriff is a judicial office holder in the sheriff courts, and they are members of the judiciary of Scotland.
BEHOLD (V) - nhìn ngắm
The heroine of his Ephesian Tale, Anthia, is introduced dressed as Artemis in a procession where all can behold her beauty.
BEHOLDER (N) - người chứng kiến
Beauty is in the eye of the beholder they say, but so are ugliness, crudity and complete bewilderment.
STRONGHOLD (N) - đồn lũy
The same stronghold was besieged in 1136, when miners again attempted to demolish the walls.
WITHHOLD (V) - giấu, từ chối không làm
Following a meeting with threats to withhold council tax payments, the protest fizzled out in the face of an uncompromising council.
HOME (N) - nhà/ quê hương
They showed up for a home date with Miami on December 12 and sleepwalked through a lopsided loss.
HOME-COMING (N) - sự trở về nhà
The Muslims fear the homecoming of the pandits might be accompanied by some legislative guarantees, which can deprive them of the such holdings.
HOMELAND (N) - quê hương
The only thing I'm worried about is that we're dropping the ball on the economy and homeland security.
HOMELESS (ADJ) - vô gia cư
A homeless man was doubly unlucky when he was hit by a female drunk driver because she turned out to be a really nasty piece of work.
HOMELESSNESS (N) - tình trạng vô gia cư
Housing chiefs say that waiting lists and homelessness are likely to grow during this period.
HOMELY (ADJ) - chất phác, không khách sáo
Surprisingly, then, it behoves the discerning reader to gravitate toward books that are homely.
HOMESICK (ADJ) - nhớ nhà
The thought of boerewors and a cold beer is enough to make any South African travelling overseas homesick.
HOMESPUN (ADJ) - đơn giản/ vải thô dệt bằng sợi xe ở nhà
So what has all this homespun philosophy got to do with the crisis in public liability insurance?
HOMESTEAD (N) - nhà cửa vượt tược
The legislation, however, does not place a flat cap on the value of the homestead exemption that an individual can exempt in bankruptcy.
HOMEWARD(S) (ADJ/ADV) - trở về nhà
Endeavour will sail from Whitehaven, Cumbria, on November 8, on a homeward route that will retrace some of Cook's voyages.
HOMEWORK (N) - bài ở nhà
She reached up and gave her dad a kiss on the cheek and a hug before leaving for her room for undone homework.
HOSTILE (ADJ/N) - chống đối/ kẻ thù địch
Men who are recently out of the army or marines are favored to play hostile gunmen.
HOSTILITY (N) - sự thù địch
In that period, there was huge public hostility to the conchies, who had refused to fight.
HOSTILELY (ADV) - kẻ thù địch
I can say I did react hostilely originally when Susan tried address the problem on her own.
HOUR (N) - giờ
Up to this hour such questions have been open, their questionability is concealed by results and the progress of scientific work.
HOURLY (ADJ/ADV) - hàng giờ
Initial assessments were conducted every 15 minutes and then hourly once the patient's condition was stable.
HOURGLASS (N) - đồng hồ cát
The silhouette here is hourglass, with strong shoulders and hems flaring in sculptural flounces.
HURRY (V/N) - thúc giục/ sự vội vàng
Descending into the chamber she glanced quickly at the timer and made a mental note to hurry things up.
HURRIED (ADJ) - vội vàng, hấp tấp
Worshippers hurried into the temple, praying to the gods to let them be spared.
UNHURRIED (ADJ) - thong thả
Watching the clock on my bedside table, I saw the numbers change before my eyes with painfully unhurried pace.
HURRIEDLY (ADV) - hối hả
The doctor hurriedly picked her up and rushed her to a sink as she dry-heaved.
UNHURRIEDLY (ADV) - thong thả
It was the Unicorn, who was walking steadily and unhurriedly along the centre of the road with no apparent fear at all.
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