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STT WORDS Nghĩa Tiếng Việt

1 to stoke smth
2 to procreate sinh con
3 humdrum nhàm chán
4 pervert đồi trụy
5 to stunt smt ngăn cản sự phát triển toàn diện của trẻ
6 to give smb a whirl
7 no holds barred ko kiểm soát, thoải mái đi
8 balmy ấm áp dễ chịu
9 in unison làmtrả
chi đồng
thấtthời cùngbồi
nghiệp, lúcthường thất
10 severance pay/package nghiệp
11 fat cat người lắm tiền
12 a trophy wife vợ nhí
13 to tweak smth chỉnh sửa tí tẹo
14 grooming sạch sẽ
15 to muster smth
16 classy sang chảnh
17 to gain traction được chấp nhận, phổ biến
18 conceive có thai
19 Here I have met two old friends
20 to rattle smb/st làm ai đó sợ hãi
21 to evict smb from smth đuổi ai đó ra
22 snide chỉ trích
23 be cursed bị nguyền rủa bởi cái gì đó
24 to jest about smth

25 not put your finger on something ko thể hiểu được tại sao

26 repugnant

27 chafe làm trầy xước


28 to kick in ngấm, có tác dụng

29 ambiance

30 rejuvenation sự hồi xuân

31 floral trang trí hoa hòe

32 force of habit thói quen

33 premise
34 a clean sheet/slate

35 covenant thỏa ước, giao hiệp


36 nemesis cục nợ

37 decorum

38 immediacy danh từ của immediate

39 to slur a speech nói ko rõ ràng

40 drizzle mưa phùn

41 to flip out nổi khùng


42 adjourn to đến nơi khác thư giãn

43 smitten (with/by smth) bị mê hoặc bởi cái gì

44 aholdout

45 to hound smb săn đuổi ai đó

46 to tussle tranh dành, đánh nhau

47 rock bottom điểm thấp nhất

48 wistful đăm chiêu, nhớ về quá khứ


49 maniac kỳ quặc

50 at somebody's beck and call quá dễ dãi nghe lời người khác

51 frosty lạnh, được phủ bởi băng giá

52 eerie lạ lùng, sởn tóc gáy

53 reflex sự phản xạ
54 hotshot siêu sao

55 soppy - sappy mùi mẫn

56 clench smth nghiến, nắm chặt cái gì


57 jitters bồn chồn lo lắng
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Nghĩa tiếng Anh
make smth stronger

boring and always the same


to affect somebody in a way that makes them act or think in an immoral or unacceptable way
(sometimes disapproving) something that is done in order to attract people’s attention
I will see if I can help
with no rules or limits on what somebody is allowed to do
warm and pleasant
if people do or say something in unison, they all do it at the same time
the
a act of who
person ending somebody’s
earns, work
or who has, contract
a lot of money (especially when compared to people who do not earn
soyoung
a much)attractive woman who is married to an older man and thought of as a trophy (= something that
shows that you are successful and impresses other people)
to pull
the or twist
things that something suddenly
you do to keep your clothes and hair clean and neat, or to keep an animal’s fur or hair
clean
to find as much support, courage, etc. as you can
of high quality; expensive and/or fashionable
the extent to which an idea, a product, etc. becomes popular or gains support
when a woman conceives or conceives a child, she becomes pregnant
to ration smb to smth, a brat
to make somebody nervous or frightened
to force somebody to leave a house or land, especially when you have the legal right to do so
criticizing somebody/something in an unkind and indirect way
a word or phrase that has a magic power to make something bad happen
to joke about smth

to not be able to identify what is wrong or different about a particular situation

making you feel strong dislike or disgust

if skin chafes, or if something chafes it, it becomes sore because the thing is rubbing against it
to begin to take effect

the character of a place or the quality it seems to have


the process of making something more effective, modern, and successful by using new ideas and
methods

consisting of pictures of flowers; decorated with pictures of flowers


if you do something from or out of force of habit, you do it automatically and in a particular way
because you have always done it that way in the past

a statement or an idea that forms the basis for a reasonable line of argument
a record of your work or behaviour that does not show any mistakes or bad things that you have done
to promise or legally agree to do something or give somebody something, especially to pay a regular
amount of money to somebody/something
punishment or defeat that is deserved and cannot be avoided

polite behaviour that is appropriate in a social situation

the quality in something that makes it seem as if it is happening now, close to you, and is therefore
important, urgent, etc.
to pronounce words in a way that is not clear so that they run into each other, usually because you are
drunk or tired

when it is drizzling, it is raining lightly

to become very angry, excited or unable to think clearly


to go to another place, especially in order to relax

suddenly feeling that you are in love with somebody


a person, organization, or country that continues to do something, despite other people trying to force
them not to

a dog that can run fast and has a good sense of smell, used for hunting

a short struggle, fight or argument especially in order to get something

the lowest point or level that is possible


thinking sadly about something that you would like to have, especially something in the past that you
can no longer have
behaving in an extremely dangerous, wild or stupid way, maniac humour

always ready to obey somebody’s orders

extremely cold; cold with frost

strange, mysterious and frightening


an action or a movement of your body that happens naturally in response to something and that you
cannot control; something that you do without thinki
extremely successful, especially in a career or at a particular sport

silly and sentimental; full of unnecessary emotion


when you clench your hands, teeth, etc., or when they clench, you press or squeeze them together
tightly, usually showing that you are angry, determined or upset
feelings of being anxious and nervous, especially before an important event or before having to do
something difficult
drunk
They were accused of stoking the crisis.
The measures would stoke up inflation.
These developments
a humdrum helped stoke the credit boom.
existence/job/life
Increased
the borrowing was
use of computers stokinghumdrum
to perform up a consumer
tasks boom.
EXAMPLES
The publicity was intended to stoke
the humdrum business of making money up interest in her music.
His
His arrival brought some variety into the humdrumislife
departure has stoked fears that the company planning job cuts.
at the gallery.
How I wish it was over and I could get back to my humdrum routine.
There is a lot of dull, humdrum work in local politics.
Some people believe that television can pervert the minds of children.
a publicity stunt
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The oboewalking in the balmy
was in unison with thesummer evenings.
clarinet.
They moved in perfect unison.

Why should those fat cats get rich at our expense?


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Grooming is a vital part of caring
She left the room with all the dignity for she
yourcould
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He couldplayer
a classy muster only 154 votes at the election.
a classy hotel/restaurant
The president's message is gaining traction among undecided voters.
Their first child was conceived on their wedding night.
A number of tenants have been evicted for not paying the rent.
He
Thewas clearly
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question.
evicted.
Police had to evict demonstrators from the building.
She noted his slightly snide tone.
The family thought that they were under a curse.The witch is supposed to have put a curse on the house.
He laughed uproariously at his own jest.

There was something odd about him but I couldn't put my finger on it.
We found his suggestion absolutely repugnant.
The idea of eating meat was repugnant to her.

Her wrists chafed where the rope had been.chafe something The collar was far too tight and chafed her ne
Reforms will kick in later this year.
The gentle colour scheme creates a relaxing ambience.
The new building is in keeping with the general ambience of the estate.

a £1 billion city centre rejuvenation project


wallpaper with a floral design/pattern
a floral dress

It's force of habit that gets me out of bed at 6.15 each morning.

His reasoning is based on the premise that all people are equally capable of good and evil.
No government operates with a completely clean sheet.
They kept a clean sheet in the match (= no goals were scored against them).

All profits are covenanted to medical charities.


This over-ambitious project eventually proved to be the company’s nemesis.
He is not known for his sense of decorum.
The celebrations were carried off with style and decorum.
Email lacks the immediacy of online chat.
The book had a lack of immediacy for most people.
The drawings convey both immediacy and a sense of violence.
I was so tired that my speech was slurred
She had drunk too much and her speech was slurred.
It was drizzling outside.
When they left it was beginning to drizzle.
She finally flipped under the pressure.
He completely flipped when he saw the mess in the kitchen.
I suggest we adjourn to the bar for a drink.

From the moment they met, he was completely smitten by her.

The hounds picked up the scent of the fox.


In drag hunting, hounds chase an artificial scent.
We could hear the hounds barking at the fox.
He was injured during a tussle for the ball.
There was a legal tussle over the closure of the hospital.
She had a brief tussle with her conscience before telling the whole story.
Prices hit rock bottom.
The marriage had reached rock bottom.

There was something rather wistful about the sad little tune.
a maniac driver/killer
She is constantly at the beck and call of her invalid father.
Don't expect to have me at your beck and call.
He breathed in the frosty air.
It’s frosty outside.
an eerie yellow light
I found the silence underwater really eerie.

Almost as a reflex action, I grab my pen as the phone rings.


a hotshot lawyer
soppy love songs
She is soppy about cats.
He clenched his fists in anger.
Through clenched teeth she told him to leave.
I always get the jitters before exams.
Louise had pre-wedding jitters.