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HỌC BỘ TỪ

-ish
-ish /ɪʃ/
suffix
Example: Irish


civil
civil /ˈsɪvl/
(adj) connected with the people who live in a country
Example: civil unrest (= that is caused by groups of people within a country)


collect
collect /kəˈlekt/
(v) using a system in which a phone call is paid for by the person who receives it
Example: Samples were collected from over 200 patients.


cottage
cottage /ˈkɒtɪdʒ/
(n) a small house, especially in the country
Example: a holiday cottage


drawer
drawer /drɔː(r)/
(n) a part of a piece of furniture such as a desk, used for keeping things in. It is like a box in shape and has a handle on the front for pulling it out.
Example: the kitchen drawer (= the one in the kitchen)


employer
employer /ɪmˈplɔɪə(r)/
(n) a person or company that pays people to work for them
Example: one of the largest employers in the area


false
false /fɔːls/
(adj) wrong; not correct or true
Example: A whale is a fish. True or false?


keyboard
keyboard /ˈkiːbɔːd/
(n) the set of keys for operating a computer or typewriter , or the set of letters that you can touch to write on a smartphone or tablet
Example: Stop texting, typing, or mouse clicking and move your hands completely away from the keyboard.


lift
lift /lɪft/
(v) to raise somebody/something or be raised to a higher position or level
Example: Her eyebrows lifted. ‘Apologize? Why?’


lost
lost /lɒst/
(adj) unable to find your way; not knowing where you are
Example: We always get lost in London.


magic
magic /ˈmædʒɪk/
(adj) the secret power of appearing to make impossible things happen by saying special words or doing special things
Example: There is no magic formula for passing exams—only hard work.


memory
memory /ˈmeməri/
(n) your ability to remember things
Example: He suffered loss of memory for weeks after the accident.


middle
middle /ˈmɪdl/
(adj) the part of something that is at an equal distance from all its edges or sides; a point or a period of time between the beginning and the end of something
Example: a middle-sized room


ninth
ninth /naɪnθ/
ordinal number 9th
Example: The ninth letter of the alphabet is I.


plain
plain /pleɪn/
(adj) not decorated or complicated; simple
Example: He made it plain that we should leave.