/ blend /
1. To combine different things in a way that produces an effective or pleasant result, or to become combined in this way:
Leave the sauce to allow the flavours to blend together.
+ Trộn lẫn, pha trộn
/ ɔdɪtəri /
- Relating to the ability to hear
+ Thuộc thính giác
/ 'sɜ:kəmstəns /
- The conditions that affect a situation, action, event etc:
>>The Soviet Union had been forced by circumstances to sign a pact with Nazi Germany.
+ Hoàn cảnh, trường hợp, tình huống
/ kən'venʃənəl /
- A conventional method, product, practice etc has been used for a long time and is considered the usual type:
>>Internet connections through conventional phone lines are fairly slow.
+ Thường, theo tục lệ
/ feɪʃəl /
- On your face or relating to your face :
Victor’s facial expression didn’t change.
— facially adverb :
+ Thuộc mặt
/ fɪdʒɪt /
- To keep moving your hands or feet, especially because you are bored or nervous:
The kids had started to fidget.
Stop fidgeting with your pens!
+ Làm sốt ruột
/ 'hɪndə /
- To make it difficult for something to develop or succeed SYN hamper:
>>His career has been hindered by injury.
+ Cản trở
/ ɪn'kɔ:pəreɪt /
- To include something as part of a group, system, plan etc
incorporate something into/in something
>>We’ve incorporated many environmentally friendly features into the design of the building.
— incorporation noun
+ Sát nhập, hợp nhấtnhất, kết nạp
/ mə'nɪpjʊleɪt /
1. To make someone think and behave exactly as you want them to, by skilfully deceiving or influencing them:
manipulate somebody into (doing) something
The thought that any parent would manipulate their child into seeking fame just appalled me.
2. To work skilfully with information, systems etc to achieve the result that you want:
software designed to store and manipulate data
+ Vận động, lôi kéo
+ Vận dụng bằng tay, thao tác
/ əb'strʌkʃən /
1. When something blocks a road, passage, tube etc, or the thing that blocks it SYN blockage:
an unlawful obstruction of the highway
2. When someone or something prevents or delays a legal or political process
the obstruction of vital legislation
+ Cản trở, phá rối
/ rɪ'saɪt /
1. To say a poem, piece of literature etc that you have learned, for people to listen to:
She recited a poem that she had learnt at school.
2. To tell someone a series or list of things:
Len recited the breakfast menu – cereal, bacon and eggs, and toast.
— reciter noun
+ Thuật lại, kể lại
/ sɒlɪtəri /
- Used to emphasize that there is only one of something SYN single:
the solitary goal of the match
— solitarily adverb
— solitariness noun
+ Cô đơn, hiu quạnh
/ 'vɜ:bəl /
- Relating to words or using words :
— verbally adverb :
+ (Thuộc) từ, bằng lời nói