/ əses /
1. To make a judgment about a person or situation after thinking carefully about it SYN judge
assess the impact/extent/effectiveness etc of something
>>a report to assess the impact of advertising on children
assess what/how etc
>>The technique is being tried in classrooms to assess what effects it may have.
be assessed as something
>>Many of the adults were assessed as having learning difficulties.
2. To calculate the value or cost of something
be assessed at something
>>The value of the business was assessed at £1.25 million.
+ Ước định, ấn định, đánh giá
/ kə'rɪkjʊləm /
- The subjects that are taught by a school, college etc, or the things that are studied in a particular subject:
>>Languages are an essential part of the school curriculum.
+ Chương trình giảng dạy
/ dɪsɪplən /
1. To punish someone in order to keep order and control:
>>The officers were later disciplined.
2. To teach someone to obey rules and control their behaviour :
>>Different cultures have different ways of disciplining their children.
+ Rèn luyện, kỷ luật
+ Sự rèn luyện, sự thi hành kỷ luất
/ ɪn'rɪtʃ /
1. To improve the quality of something, especially by adding things to it:
>>Education can greatly enrich your life .
2. To make someone richer
— enrichment noun
— enriched adjective :
+ Nâng cao chất lượng, làm giàu cho ai đó
/ ɪk'strɔ:rdneri /
1. Very unusual or surprising:
It took an extraordinary amount of work.
extraordinary thing to do/say/happen
What an extraordinary thing to do!
2. Very much greater or more impressive than usual SYN incredible :
an extraordinary talent
+ Khác thường, lạ thường, đặc biết
/ ɪn'kwɪzɪtɪv /
1. Asking too many questions and trying to find out too many details about something or someone:
>>I’d have asked more questions, but I didn’t want to seem inquisitive.
2. Interested in a lot of different things and wanting to find out more about them :
>>a cheerful, inquisitive little boy
— inquisitively adverb
— inquisitiveness noun
+ Tính tò mò, tính tọc mạch
- The way in which someone explains or understands an event, information, someone’s actions etc:
One possible interpretation is that they want you to resign.
It’s difficult to put an accurate interpretation on (= explain) the survey results.
+ Sự giải thích, sự làm sáng tỏ
/ pɪə /
- Your peers are the people who are the same age as you, or who have the same type of job, social class etc:
American children did less well in math than their peers in Japan.
Staff members are trained by their peers. → peer group, peer pressure
+ Người cùng địa vị, người ngang hàng
/ prəfaʊnd /
1. Having a strong influence or effect
profound effect/influence/impact/consequence etc
>>The mother’s behaviour has a profound impact on the developing child.
2. Showing strong serious feelings SYN deep:
>>a profound sense of guilt
3. Showing great knowledge and understanding SYN deep:
>>Jenner is a profound thinker.
— profoundly adverb:
+ Sâu thẳm, sâu xắc, đòi hỏi suy nghĩ
/ rɪmidiəl /
1. Remedial course/class/teacher etc a special course etc that helps students who have difficulty learning something
2. Intended to cure a problem with someone’s health:
>>remedial mental health therapies
+ (Thuộc) sự điều trị
+ Dành cho các học viên chậm hiểu
/ sɪməl'teɪniəs /
- Things that are simultaneous happen at exactly the same time :
The withdrawal of British troops should be simultaneous with that of US forces.
— simultaneously adverb:
+ đồng thời
/ sə'fɪstɪkeɪtəd /
1. Having a lot of experience of life, and good judgment about socially important things such as art, fashion etc:
>>Clarissa’s hair was swept up into a sophisticated style.
2. A sophisticated machine, system, method etc is very well designed and very advanced, and often works in a complicated way :
>>a highly sophisticated weapons system
3. Having a lot of knowledge and experience of difficult or complicated subjects and therefore able to understand them well:
>>British voters have become much more sophisticated.
— sophistication noun
+ Tinh vi, phức tạp
+ Thạo đời, sành điệu