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Tổng hợp word formation bắt đầu bằng I trong tiếng Anh

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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 I trong tiếng Anh mà các em nên biết trong tiếng anh.

IGNORE (V) - lờ đi

Aderyn turned back to the front of the church, deciding to ignore whatever she'd heard.

IGNORANCE (N) - sự không biết

I told him that due to his ignorance, his attitude and his unstableness, that if he wasn't careful, he'd wind up like me.

IGNORANT (ADJ) - ngu dốt

In my view as a health researcher, the medical profession today stands woefully ignorant of dietary knowledge.

IMAGINE (V) - tưởng tượng

If you imagine the ground as the surface of a sea, these waves range from ripples to choppy whitecaps to long, slow swells.

IMAGINATION (N) - trí tưởng tượng

For imagination is the tool that allows us to image a future radically different from the past or even the present.

IMAGINATIVE (ADJ) - sáng tạo

Creationists live in a much stranger and deeply imaginative world than your average heretical joe.

UNIMAGINATIVE (ADJ) - không giàu óc tưởng tượng

It was that this is a thoroughly unimaginative, mean-spirited and even, dare I say, anti-human idea.

UNIMAGINABLE (ADJ) - không thể tưởng tượng được

Their project explores how we should respond to the fact the modern city has exploded in size from the manageable to the unimaginable.

IMPRESS (V/N) - làm ấn tượng

They plug into portable devices and laptops, and will impress even insufferable music snobs.

IMPRESSION (N) - ấn tượng

Officers issued an artist's impression of the man they are looking for earlier this week.

IMPRESSIVE (ADJ) - gây ấn tượng sâu sắc

Covering the hilt were runes of some lost language, and in the centre was an impressive green gemstone.

IMPRESSIVELY (ADV) - nguy nga

He gives a performance that is both clownishly broad and impressively nuanced.

UNIMPRESSIVE (ADJ) - không gây xúc động

Hidden away between a popular pub and a disused former bank it is an inauspicious, unimpressive building in the shadows of Aberdeen city centre.

UNIMPRESSIVELY (ADV) - không gây xúc động

Sweden squeezed unimpressively past Macedonia 1-0 to take a provisional lead in group four.

IMPRESSIONIST (N) - người theo trường phái ấn tượng

As an impressionist painting, though, the lady and the park she's picnicking in are hazy and roughly-rendered.

IMPRESSIONISTIC (ADJ) - (thuộc) chủ nghĩa ấn tượng

Whereas her elder brother has a knack for narrative storytelling, Stacey takes a more impressionistic approach.

INDUSTRY (N) - công nghiệp

Currently, the structure and operation of the illicit drug industry is described mainly in terms of an international division of labor.

INDUSTRIAL (ADJ) - (thuộc) công nghiệp

Machine tools occasioned a surge in producing new tools in the industrial revolution.

INDUSTRIALLY (ADV) - về mặt công nghiệp

Benzene is manufactured industrially by dehydrogenation and dealkylation of appropriate fractions of petroleum.

INDUSTRIALIZE (V) - công nghiệp hóa

The US was allowed to industrialize at a time when we didn't know these things would hurt the Earth, but we know now.

INDUSTRIALIZATION (N) - sự công nghiệp hoá

Data on illness and mortality suggest that health conditions were worsening during early industrialization.

INDUSTRIOUS (ADJ) - cần cù

The late Matt was a diligent and industrious farmer and is the last of his family.

INDUSTRIOUSLY (ADV) - cần cù, siêng năng

There were few fluent passages of play and only sporadic excitement in a game where the players worked industriously for a point apiece.

INDUSTRYWIDE (ADJ) - toàn ngành

On an industrywide scale, writers' residuals will increase about 2 percent.

INFORM (V) - thông báo

As a first step, I closely examine the passage, its narrative strategies and the gaze, or rather gazes, that inform it.

INFORMATIVE (ADJ) - cung cấp nhiều tin tức

After receiving an informative brief on the testing process given by the warrant officer, the staff were counted.

INFORMATION (N) - sự cung cấp tin tức/ thông tin

The pamphlet provides a lot of information on recent changes to the tax laws.

MISINFORM (V) - báo tin tức sai

How, then, can we force a change in the media systems that dominate the discourse and misinform the debate?

INFORMER (N) - mật thám

The opportunities for police bargaining, threats, blackmail, and coercion to become an informer are unlimited.

INHABIT (V) - sinh sống

Erethizontids inhabit a broad variety of habitats, from tundra to the tropics and from dense forests to open settings.

INHABITED (ADJ) - có người ở

The rectory of St. Julian was impropriated to Carrow, and the anchorage was inhabited by recluses after Juliana's time.

UNINHABITED (ADJ) - không có người ở

It was resting in a valley in an uninhabited region of the Atlas Mountains.

INJURE (V) - làm tổn thương

We all followed and went aft of the aircraft, away from anything that might injure or kill us.

INJURY (N) - sự làm hỏng

A justiciable case must present actual injury, or an imminent threat of injury.

INJURED (ADJ) - bị tổn thương

When Ricky Ponting was injured, he more or less anointed Michael Clarke as his successor.

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INJURIOUS (ADJ) - có hại

Was the system of tariffs more injurious to southerners than, say, an income tax or a property tax?

UNINJURED (ADJ) - không bị thương

If I were there when it happened I'd immediately run to their aid and make sure that they were uninjured.

INTEND (V) - có mục đích

Very little money will be left over for farmers who intend to apply for the schemes this year.

INTENTION (N) - ý định/ mục đích

Even though he underwent an aortic valve replacement in 2008, he insists he has no intention of retiring anytime soon.

INTENTIONAL (ADJ) - có ý định trước

Beardsley thought this theory correct and used it to argue that the intentional fallacy is indeed a fallacy.

INTENTIONALLY (ADV) - cố ý

I think he was intentionally banging the ball into the net to get the pretty ballgirl to run out.

UNINTENTIONAL (ADJ) - không cố ý

But this ersatz quality is not some accidental by-product or unintentional residue of Smyth's working methods.

UNINTENTIONALLY (ADV) - không cố ý

The suspect surrendered and the officer attempted to turn off the laser sight on his pistol when the weapon discharged unintentionally.

INTEREST (V/N) - làm cho chú ý/ điều thích thú

The notes and accompanying interest payments are backed by the full faith and credit of the issuer and are either callable or noncallable.

INTERESTING (ADJ) - làm quan tâm

The Shoin Building, a noble summer house constructed in Japan and reassembled on the island, allows for some interesting viewing.

INTERESTINGLY (ADV) - thú vị, hấp dẫn

It reflects a national security environment that interestingly contrasts with that of the joint visions.

UNINTERESTING (ADJ) - không hay

Another way to cope with draggy days when everything seems uninteresting is to make a special effort.

INTERESTED (ADJ) - có quan tâm/ thích thú

My current research is increasingly interested in transdisciplinary responses to the relationship between cultural identity and technology.

DISINTERESTED (ADJ) - vô tư/ không quan tâm

Governments in Australia need to be interested in productivity but they appear fundamentally disinterested.

UNINTERESTED (ADJ) - vô tư/ không quan tâm

Try telling the football fan jabbering on at full volume to an uninterested audience in the pub to tone it down and see where it gets you.

INVENT (V) - phát minh

Rather, feeling the need to give a reason, we invent one on the spot and kid ourselves we believe it.

INVENTION (N) - sự phát minh

In general, the present invention provides a pair of correlators that operate on a set of samples output by a discriminator.

INVENTOR (N) - người phát minh

The gadget helped earn the young inventor a first class honours degree from Brunel University.

INVENTIVE (ADJ) - có óc sáng tạo

She has a lot of time left to develop her skills and to become a competent and inventive designer.

INVEST (V) - đầu tư

But then there will be an imperative demand for the local authorities to invest in skilled manpower.

INVESTOR (N) - người đầu tư

Still, if the price is a psychological barrier, rather than a calculated decision, the investor probably shouldn't be buying anyway.

INVESTMENT (N) - sự đầu tư/ vốn đầu tư

The need for water investment keeps inexorably increasing and tends to accelerate as the deterioration of these systems advance.

REINVEST (V) - đầu tư lại

You can reinvest the capital you put into your TESSA, but not the interest, in a Tessa Only ISA, or TOISA for short.

REINVESTMENT (N) - sự tái đầu tư

Those making the shift to resource reinvestment are not just doing good, they are also reaping profits.

INVOLVE (V) - làm dính líu

In narratology and comparative mythology, the monomyth is the common template of a broad category of tales that involve a hero who goes on an adventure, and in a decisive crisis wins a victory.

UNINVOLVED (ADJ) - không bao hàm

What dreary, conservative, uninvolved lives previous generations led in comparison.

INVOLVEMENT (N) - sự làm cho dính líu

Women's involvement in war and violence has often been perceived in terms of deviance and abnormity.

INVOLVING (V) - làm liên lụy

Multiple collisions involving red giants and other stars might yield the random orbits her team has observed.

IRRITATE (V) - chọc tức

Drink plenty of fluids to keep hydrated, and avoid salty, spicy or acidic foods and drinks, which may irritate the sore.

IRRITABLE (ADJ) - dễ bị kích thích

The group seemed very irritable after that unpleasant sleep and they moved sluggishly around the desert.

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