3000 từ thông dụng - Phần 24

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bowl
bowl /bəʊl/
(n) a deep round dish with a wide open top, used especially for holding food or liquid
Example: I refilled the dog's water bowl.


broadly
broadly /ˈbrɔːdli/
(adj) generally, without considering details
Example: broadly similar/comparable/equivalent/consistent


candidate
candidate /ˈkændɪdət/
(n) a person who is trying to be elected or is applying for a job
Example: The party intends to field a candidate in the next general election.


concern
concern /kənˈsɜːn/
(n) to affect somebody/something; to involve somebody/something
Example: Don't hesitate to ask if you have any queries or concerns about this work.


content
content /ˈkɒntent/
(n) the things that are contained in something
Example: The content of the course depends on what the students would like to study.


curl
curl /kɜːl/
(n) to form or make something form into a curl or curls
Example: Her hair was a mass of curls.


December
December /dɪˈsembər/
(n) the 12th and last month of the year
Example: My parents got married in December.


dishonest
dishonest /dɪsˈɒnɪst/
(adj) not honest; intending to trick people
Example: Beware of dishonest traders in the tourist areas.


downstairs
downstairs /ˌdaʊnˈsteəz/
(n) down the stairs; on or to a floor of a house or building lower than the one you are on, especially the one at ground level
Example: We're painting the downstairs.


drunk
drunk /drʌŋk/
(adj) having drunk so much alcohol that it is impossible to think or speak clearly
Example: She was too drunk to remember anything about the party.


expensive
expensive /ɪkˈspensɪv/
(adj) costing a lot of money
Example: I can't afford it, it's too expensive.


familiar
familiar /fəˈmɪliə(r)/
(adj) well known to you; often seen or heard and therefore easy to recognize
Example: Violent attacks are becoming all too familiar (= sadly familiar).


gentleman
gentleman /ˈdʒentlmən/
(n) a man who is polite and well educated, who has excellent manners and always behaves well
Example: Thank you—you're a real gentleman.


grade
grade /ɡreɪd/
(n) a mark given in an exam or for a piece of school work
Example: All the materials used were of the highest grade.


hour
hour /ˈaʊə(r)/
(n) 60 minutes; one of the 24 parts that a day is divided into
Example: We hope to be there within the hour(= in less than an hour).