/ 'æspekt /
One part of a situation, idea, plan etc that has many parts
>>Dealing with people is the most important aspect of my work.
+Khía cạnh, mặt, bộ phận
/ bri:d /
( past tense and past participle bred / bred / )
1. [ intransitive ] if animals breed, they mate in order to have babies :
>>Eagles breed during the cooler months of the year.
2. [ transitive ] to keep animals or plants in order to produce babies or new plants, especially ones with particular qualities :
>>These dogs were originally bred in Scotland to round up sheep.
+ sinh sản, sinh đẻ
+ gây giống; chăn nuôi
/ daɪ'ɜnəl /
1. happening or active in the daytime OPP nocturnal
2. happening every day
+ Suốt ngày, hàng ngày
/ ɪn'djʊə /
1. [ transitive ] to be in a difficult or painful situation for a long time without complaining :
>>It seemed impossible that anyone could endure such pain.
2. [ intransitive ] to remain alive or continue to exist for a long time :
>>friendships which endure over many years
+ chịu đựng, cam chịu
/ ɪ'vɒlv /
1. if an animal or plant evolves, it changes gradually over a long period of time → evolution
>>Fish evolved from prehistoric sea creatures.
2. to develop and change gradually over a long period of time :
>>The school has evolved its own style of teaching.
evolve out of
>>The idea evolved out of work done by British scientists.
>>The group gradually evolved into a political party.
+ tiến triển; tiến hoá
+ rút ra, suy ra, luận ra, lấy ra
+ mở ra, phát ra
/ fi:t /
something that is an impressive achievement, because it needs a lot of skill, strength etc to do
>>They climbed the mountain in 28 days, a remarkable feat.
>>an incredible feat of engineering
/ 'heməsfɪə /
1. a half of the Earth, especially one of the halves above and below the equator :
>>the Northern hemisphere
2 one of the two halves of your brain
— hemispherical / hemə'sferəkəl / adjective
+ Bán cầu,
+ Bán cầu não
/ ɪn'hæbit /
if animals or people inhabit an area or place, they live there SYN live :
>>The woods are inhabited by many wild animals.
— inhabitable adjective
+ Ở, sống ở
/ maɪ'ɡreɪʃən /
1. when large numbers of people go to live in another area or country, especially in order to find work
2. when birds or animals travel regularly from one part of the world to another
3. when people start using a different computer system, or information is moved to a different computer system
+ Di trú
/ nævə'ɡeɪʃən /
1. the science or job of planning which way you need to go when you are travelling from one place to another :
>>compasses and other instruments of navigation
2. when someone sails a ship along a river or other area of water :
>>Navigation becomes more difficult further up the river.
+Lái tàu, ngành hàng hảihải
— navigational adjective
— navigatior noun
/ nɒk'tɜnl /
1. an animal that is nocturnal is active at night :
>>Hamsters are nocturnal creatures.
2. formal happening at night :
>>Rebecca paid a nocturnal visit to the flat.
+ (Thuộc) đêm, về đêm
/ əb'skjʊə /
1. not well known and usually not very important :
>>The details of his life remain obscure .
2. difficult to understand :
>>For some obscure reason, the group is very popular.
— obscurely adverb
+ không có tiếng tăm, ít người biết đến
+ không rõ nghĩa, mơ hồ, khó hiểu
/ 'ɒptəməl /
the best or most suitable SYN optimum
+ Tốt nhất, tối ưu
/ 'spiʃiz /
A group of animals or plants whose members are similar and can breed together to produce young animals or plants → genus :
>>Seven species of birds of prey have been observed.
>>pandas and other endangered species (= ones that may soon no longer exist )
/ streɪ /
1. To move away from the place you should be
>>Three of the soldiers strayed into enemy territory.
2. To begin to deal with or think about a different subject from the main one, without intending to
We’re straying into ethnic issues here.
+ Đi xa, đi lạc
+ Lạc đề
/ 'wɪndswept /
1. A place that is windswept is often windy because there are not many trees or buildings to protect it :
2. Hair, clothes etc that are windswept have been blown around by the wind
+ Lộng gió, xáo trộn