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1 WORDS OF DAY on Wed Aug 24, 2011 8:31 am

1.Advocate ['ædvəkit]
(n)người biện hộ,bào chữa
(n)người chủ trương,tản thành
(v)biện hộ,bào chữa
an advocate of peace:những người chủ hòa bình
the advocate of socialism:những người tán thành chủ nghĩa xã hội
2.Adolescence(n) [,ædou'lesns]
Thời kì giữa tuổi niên thiếu và tuổi trưởng thành.
during (one's) adolescence:trong thời thanh niên của ai
3.Solidify(v)[sə'lidifai]
the paint had solidify in the tin:sơn đã được đông đặc trong thùng
4.Subliminal(a) [,sʌb'liminl]:thuộc tiềm thức,dưới ngưỡng cảm giác
the subliminal message of the text: thông điệp ngầm của văn bản
5.rigid(a):cứng nhắc,không linh động,không mềm dẻo
rigid principle
6.dilemma(n):tiến thoái lưỡng nan
put someone into dilemma:đặt ai đó vào tình thế khó xử
7.detain(v):cản trở,cầm giữ,giam giữ
detain sb in doing something:cản trở ai đó làm gì
8.defiance(n) [di'faiəns]:sự không tuân theo,sự thách thức
in defiance of sb/sth:bất chấp/không đếm xỉa đến ai/cái gì
She wanted him to stay,but he left in defiance of her wishes.:cô ấy muốn him ở lại,nhưng him bỏ về mà không điếm xỉa gì đến ý muốn của cô ẩy.
9.consistenly(adv) nhất quán
10.moderately(adv) vừa phải
11.necessitate(v) đòi hỏi
12.sequence(n) trình tự
13.Aesthetic(a):thẫm mỹ
14.dispense with (v): bỏ
15.ingenious(a) thông minh,độc đáo,sáng tạo
16.intractable(a) khó giải quyết
17.intuition(n) linh cảm,trực giác
18.pervade(v) lan tỏa,lan rộng
19.contraction(n) sự tỉnh lược
20.discernible(a) có thể nhận thấy được
21.intervence(v)nằm ở giữa
22.prominence(n) tính nổi bật
23.subsequent(a)theo sau
24.mechanism(n) cơ chế
25.prosodic(a) ngôn điệu
26.adjacent(a) kế cận
27.regulate(v) chi phối,tác động
28.comprehensively(adv) toàn diện,tổng hợp
29.in the light of:khi xét đến
30.in question:đang được xét đến
31.intelligible(a) dễ hiểu
32.sceptical(a) nghi ngờ
33.component(n) thành tố
34.impeccable(a) hoàn hảo
35. AFFORD
36.PURPOSE
37.CONDITION 38.INVOLVE
38.DEVELOP
39.OUTSTANDING
40.ATTITUDE
41.STAB
42.TACKLE
43.TO EXHAUST
44.OBEY
45.EMBARRASSED
46.COTTAGE
47.TWILIGHT
48.ACCUSE
49.ENORMOUS
50.DENY
51.BLAME
52.TAKE UP
53.CHECKOUT
54.PRECISE
55.SETTLE DOWN
56.GIVE UP
57.LOCK
58.FAMILIAR
59.CUSTOM
60.STARE
61.CONTRACT
62.VALID
63.REVENGEHERD
64.SOUL
65.LOOK AFTER
66.DROWN
67.MINE
68.CARELESS
69.WEEP
70.ATTACHED
71.EXHIBITION
72.LAWYER
73.HOMELESS
74.LEISURE
75.MOOD
76. SELFISH
77.TALE
78.GRADUATE
79.GENEROUS
80.REGRET
81.SURRENDER
82.JEALOUS
83.REVIEW
84.APPLY
85.IMPROVE
86.JUSTICE
87.SCHOLARSHIP
88.LEAK
89.BOTHER
90.RANDOM
91.AVERAGE
92.REFUSE
93.BREAK UP
94.OMIT
95.DECLINE
96.CONCERN
97.DESTINY
98.AIM
99.ATTEMPT
100.BREAK DOWN
101.SUITE
102.CROWD
103.AFTERWARDS
104.ERASE
105.TREASURE
106.PARTICULAR
107.REACH
108.SHARE
109.HINT
110.EXPOSE
111.OVERPAY
112. LIAR
113.LOAN
114.MEADOW
115.UNIVERSE
116.MYSTERIOUS
118.COFFIN
119.ACHIEVE
120.DISAPPROVE
121.BRING UP
122.GRATEFUL
123.POSSESS
124.DARE
125.ABSENCE
126.WING
127.AGAINST
128.CLIMB
129.DISAPPOINT
130. EXCUSE
131.
AVOID
132.BELONG
134. EXCITEMENT
135.SORROW
136.UPSET
137.COOPERATE
138.OBJECTION
139. HANDSOME
140.STINK
141.
SWITCH ON/OFF
142.PULL
143.EASY-GOING
145.NASTY
146. ASHAMED
147.WHISPER
148.COUGH
149.CHASE
145.FENCE
146.POLLUTION
145.FIRE
146.FIGHTER
147.MARK
148.GRADE
149.DEGREE
150.KNEEL
151.SLIDE
152.KNOCK
153.CALL
154.OFF
155.DISHONEST
156.SPELL
157.EXCHANGE
158.ACCOMMODATION
159.CAST
160.ANNOUNCE
161.
AWARD
162.FAULT
163.EXPLAIN
164.EXCLAIM
165.SET OFF
166.SPECULATE
167.CHARITY
168.EFFORT
169.BROWSE
170.FOREIGNER
171.HEADQUARTERS
172.GUARANTEE
173.DEPARTMENT
174.DESTINATION
175.PACKEDTRADE
176.AFFAIR
177.REAL
178.ESTATE
179.ACCOUNTING
180.STOCK
181.EXCHANGE
182.PROPERTY
183.TAX
184.MORTGAGE
185.FINANCIAL
186.STATEMENT
187.QUOTED (LISTED)
188.RENT
189.AUTOMATIC
190.TELLER
191.MACHINE (ATM)
192.HOLDER
193.BANKRUPT
194.LENDER (CREDITOR)
195.EXPENSES
196.ENTITLE
197.DEVELOPMENT
198.BORROWER (DEBTOR)
199.DIVIDEND
200.EXECUTIVE
201.FACILITIES
202.HANDLE A PROBLEM
203.COLLEAGUES
204.QUANTITY
205.WARRANTY (GUARANTEE)
206.FACTOR
207.BRAND
208.TV COMMERCIAL
209.RESOURCES
210.COMPETITOR
211.PROMOTE
212.JOBLESS
213.EMPLOYEE
214.EMPLOYER
215.INTERVIEW
216.PENSION
217.
GRADUATE FROM
219.EXPERIENCE
220.QUALIFICATIONS
221.TRAINEE
222.SERVICES
223.PRESIDENT OF BOARD
224.TURNOVER
225.GROW RAPIDLY
226.MANUFACTURER
227.BRAND MANAGER
228.EFFICIENT
229.MARKET RESEARCH
230.MUSTY
231.DETEST
232.RELIABLE
233.PERPLEXED
234.INQUISITIVE
235.RECONCILE
236.MUTILATE
237.OBSTINATE
238.PRECLUDE
239.CONTRACEPTION
240.OBTRUSIVE
241.COUNTERFEIT
242.SURGE
243.ROAM
244.BOOZY
245.DISDAIN
246.HEYDAY
247.MENACE
248.VENGEANCE
249.HIGH-FLYER
250.PARCHMENT
251.LIMELIGHT
252.FEED OFF
253.
GAWP
254.SUSSED
255.MALNUTRITION
256.CRONY
257.CEO (an acronym for chief executive officer)
258.CARNIVORE
259.CLUBS
260.BRAINCHILD
261.INCREDULOUS
262.GRUMBLE
263.PROCLIVITY
264.INFALLIBLE
265.ESCHEW
266.WOLF-WHISTLE
267.INFANTRY
268.PERIL
269.
ANNIHILATE
270.GULF
271.FLASHBACK
272.ENCOUNTER
273.DISSECT
274.DAMSEL
275.RECOUNT
276.STRANGLED
277.ENDEAVOUR
278.PENANCE
279.DAMPEN
280.SINISTER
281.FORLORN
282.ASSERTION
283.HIDEOUS
284.HEEDLESS
285.SURMISE
286.COURTESY
287.EXHORT
288.RUTHLESSLY
289.MUTINOUS
290.MANSLAUGHTER
291.BENEVOLENT
292.THRESHOLD
293.COERCE
294.ASSEMBLE
285.PARAMOUNT
286.AFTERMATH
287.TRAIT
288.
RIP OFF
289.SUBLIME
290.INTELLIGIBLE
291.CONDEMN
292.ENRAGED
293.ACQUIT
294.FOIL
295.
NEGLECT
296.SUBMERGE
297.SECLUDED
298.SHRIVE
299.DESPONDENT
300.HERBIVORE
301.FALL FLAT
302.TRIBUTARY
303.MOLLIFY
304.AMBIGUOUS
305.INDULGE
306.PALTRY
307.HAPHAZARD
308.THRIVE
309.POSTHUMOUSLY
310.SATURATED
311.GOWN
312.MALINGER
313.ABUSE
314.LINGER
315.TEDIOUS
316.FERTILE
317. EXILE
318.KETTLE
319.FORMIDABLE
320.PROMISCUOUS
321.PETTY
322.FUTILE
324.SOLEMNITY
325.
SMACK
236.SQUEEZE
237.TICKLE
238.ITCH
239.CONCEITED
240.PERSUADE
241.PUNCH
242.GAZE
243.GLANCE
244.ENCORE
245.WIG
246.REHEARSAL
247.BUD
248.STALK
249.STEMPETAL
250.INSULT
251.GLARE
252.PURCHASE
253.DESPATCH
254.REVEL IN
255.GRIMY
256.BYPASS
257.BARGAIN
258.MERCHANDISE
259.MARVEL
260.OBTAIN
259.MAINSTREAM
260.CART
261.SAVOUR2
62.DEPRAVED
263.COMPLEXION
264.COMMENSURATE
265.REEK
266.VIABLE
267.AMIABLE
268.DAREDEVIL
267.FOOLHARDY
268.RUTHLESS
269.TRANQUILITY
270.DREARY
271.STINGY
272.SHAREHOLDERS (GB) / STOCKHOLDERS (US)
273.COLLATERAL
274.ASSETS
275.ACCOUNT BALANCE
276.FREEHOLD
277.REAL ESTATE APPRAISAL
278.ACCOUNTS PAYABLE
279.PROFIT AND LOSS ACCOUNT
280.PRINCIPLE
281.MANPOWER
282.SENIORITY
283.LABOUR RELATIONS
284.SUBSIDIARY
285.ADVERSARY
286.INGENIOUS
287.RESTRAINT
288.
SLUMP
289.CONDUCT
290.WORKFORCE
291.UPMARKET
292.INCENTIVE
293.STREAMLINE
294.STAFF
295.DISCOUNT
296.PREJUDICE
297.WHITE-COLLAR
298.CONTRACTOR
299.VENTURE
300.EXHAUSTED
301.VICTIM
302.EXTEND 303.REMARK
304.DILUTE
305.FORGE
306.PERKY
307.SMIRK
308.TREACHEROUS
309.PREACH
310.MONASTERY
311.CONFESS
312.MAKE UP
313.HAIL
314.CARRY OUT
315.AVALANCHE
316.RELUCTANT
317.WINK
318.WRINKLE
319.PIERCE
320.CONTEMPLATE
321.DAWN
322.EXPLORE
323.FREELANCER
324.SUICIDE
325.
CLING
326.BRANCH
327.MELT
328.
ENCHANT [verb] to gain control of somebody by magical words and rites; to delight somebody in a high degree, to charm somebody


The Sleeping Beauty was enchanted by the evil witch and fell asleep for 100 years.

I was enchanted to see the mountains for the first time. I must
have been staring at them for nearly two hours, because I didn't notice
that it got dark.


329.BRAINWASH
330.PALE
331.INFINITY [noun] limitless time or space; a number of something which is too great to count


Many ancient philosophers believed that every existence had originated from the Infinity.

The infinity of tasks that we were supposed to do made us really angry.


332.PECULIAR - [adjective] strange, odd; belonging only to a particular person, place, thing


This food has got a peculiar taste. Isn't it rotten?

This extremely colourful style of clothing is peculiar to the north-east of the country.


333.PENMANSHIP - [noun] the art of writing by hand, handwriting


God knows what he's written here! His penmanship is so poor.

Children are often judged at school by their penmanship. I always had good grades due to my clear handwriting.


334.OVERTAKE
335.MANSION- [noun] a large house, usually of wealthy people


Many rich people are lonely. They go back every day to their sad
mansions where they've grown used to their sevants.

This beautiful mansion, surrounded by huge gardens with pools, once belonged to Michael Jackson.


336.SEMINAL [adjective] very influential; highly original and providing a basis for further development
Charles Darwin's evolutionary theory was seminal not only to
biology, but also to anthropology, philosophy and psychology.
Röntgen's discovery of X-rays was a great scientific achievement, seminal to the medicine.
337.MAKE OUT
338.WINCE
I'm afraid of snakes and I always wince when I see them.
She winced when he told her how much they have to pay.
339.GLOSS - [noun] a bright shine
He still remembers the gloss on her hair when she turned her face into the sun. He fell in love at once.
The new shoe cream provides a high gloss to your leather shoes!

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