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Compassionate adjective /kmp.n.t/ tu bi

showing compassion: The public's response to the crisis appeal was generous and
Dependable adjective / dang tin cy
If someone or something is dependable, you can trust them or have confidencein them:I
need someone dependable to look after the children while I'm at work.a dependable car
Stubborn adjective /stb.n/ /-n/ buong binh
describes someone who is determined to do what they want andrefuses to do
anything else: They have massive rows because they're both so stubborn
stubbornness (n)
Aggressive adjective (ANGRY) /res.v/ tich cuc
behaving in an angry and violent way towards another person:Men tend to be more
aggressive than women.If I criticize him, he gets aggressive and starts shouting.
aggressiveness (n)
Heed verb [T] /hid/ Luu y
to pay attention to something, especially advice or a warning:The airline has
been criticized for failing to heed advice/warnings about lack of safetyroutines.
Temper noun / /-p/ con gin du
the ability to become angry very quickly:She has a real temper.He's got a
really bad temper.
Flare verb [I] (BURN BRIGHTLY) /fler/ /fler/ bung phat
to burn brightly either for a short time or not regularly:The flame above the oil well
flared (up) into the dark sky.
Inquisitive adjective / /-tv/ thoc mach
wanting to discover as much as you can about things, sometimes in a way that
annoys people:She could see inquisitive faces looking out from the windows next door.
Inquisitiveness (n)
Flexible adjective (ABLE TO CHANGE) / linh hoat
to change or be changed easily according to the situation:My schedule is quite flexible - I
could arrange to meet with you any day next week.
Flexibility /flek.sbl..ti/ /-.ti/ noun [U]
The advantage of this system is its flexibility.You can improve your flexibility
by exercising.
Selfish adjective /sel.f/ ich ky
Someone who is selfish only thinks of their own advantage:
The judge told him: "Your attitude shows a selfish disregard for others."
selfishly /-li/ adverb
selfishness /-ns/ noun
Restless adjective / bn chn
unwilling or unable to stay still or to be quiet and calm, because you are worriedor bored:
He's a restless type - he never stays in one country for long.She spent a restless night (=
she did not sleep well), tossing and turning.
restlessly /-li/ adverd
restlessness /-ns/ noun [U]
Flourish verb [I] (SUCCEED) /flr./ /fl-/ phat trin manh
to grow or develop successfully:My tomatoes are flourishing this summer - it must be
the warm weather.Watercolour painting began to flourish in Britain around 1750.
Extraordinary adjective /kstr.dn.r.i/ / vuot tri, dc bit
very unusual, special, unexpected, or strange:
He told the extraordinary story of his escape.