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Bond [n]

/ bɑ:nd /

 

- An official document promising that a government or company will pay back money that it has borrowed, often with  interest :  

+ Biên bản, hợp đồng

2

Burgeon [v]

bur‧geon  

/ 'bɜ:dʒən /  

  

- To grow or develop quickly :  

>>the burgeoning market for digital cameras 

3

Conglomerate [n]

con‧glom‧e‧rate

/ kənɡlɒmərət /

 

1. a large business organization consisting of several different companies that have joined together :  

>>an international conglomerate 

2. A group of things gathered together 

+ Khối

4

Consistent [adj]

con‧sis‧tent

 / kən'sɪstənt /

 

- Always behaving in the same way or having the same attitudes, standards etc – usually used to show approval OPP inconsistent:  

>>She’s the team’s most consistent player. 

consistent in 

>>We need to be consistent in our approach. 

— consistently adverb :  

+ Đặc, chắc, Trước sau như một, (+with) phù hợp

  

5

Endorse [v]  

/ ɪn'dɔ:s /

 

1. To express formal support or approval for someone or something 

endorse a proposal/an idea/a candidate etc 

The Prime Minister is unlikely to endorse this view. 

+ Xác nhận, chứng thực

— endorsement  noun 

  

6

Outperform [v]

out‧per‧form

/ aʊtpə'fɔ:m / 

  

- To be more successful than someone or something else :  

>>Stocks generally outperform other investments. 

+ Làm tốt hơn

7

Passion [n]

pas‧sion

 / 'pæʃən /

 

1. A very strong feeling of sexual love → desire :  

passion for 

>>her passion for a married man 

2. A very strong belief or feeling about something 

with passion 

>>He spoke with considerable passion about the importance of art and literature.  

+ Sự đam mê

8

Prevail [v]

pre‧vail

/ prɪ'veɪl /

 

  

1. If a belief, custom, situation etc prevails, it exists among a group of people at a certain time 

prevail in/among etc 

the economic conditions which prevail in England and Wales 

+ Thịnh hành, phổ biến

9

Reverse [v]

re‧verse

 / rɪ'vɜ:s /

 

- To change something, such as a decision, judgment, or process so that it is the opposite of what it was before 

reverse a decision/verdict/policy etc 

The decision was reversed on appeal. 

reverse a trend/process/decline etc 

More changes are required to reverse the trend towards centralised power. 

+ Đảo ngược

10

Thirst [n]

/ θɜ:st / 

 

- The feeling of wanting or needing a drink → thirsty, hunger:  

>>Ice water is the only thing that really  quenches  my  thirst