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1. Advantage (n)
benefit/ strength/ positive aspect/ merit
E.g. 1: One of the many benefits of foreign travel is learning how to cope with the unexpected.
E.g. 2: One distinct merit of imported food is that it offers consumers more choices.
2. Always (adv)
invariably: Luôn luôn
E.g. High blood pressure is almost invariably accompanied by high blood cholesterol.
3. Amazing (adj)
incredible/ astonishing (impossible, or very difficult, to believe.) E.g. 1: Her first novel enjoyed an astonishing success.
extraordinary (very unusual, special, unexpected, or strange.) E.g. 2: The rain forest is home to many extraordinary creatures.
fabulous/ fantastic (very good, excellent.) E.g. 3: We had a fabulous time at the party.
4. Attractive (adj)
absorbing story: Câu chuyện hấp dẫn
engrossing story: Câu chuyện cuốn hút
engrossing story: Câu chuyện cuốn hút
E.g. 1: I found the movie completely engrossing from beginning to end.
E.g. 2: Fishing can be a totally absorbing hobby.
5. Awful (adj)
terrible/ dreadful/ disgusting/ revolting (very bad or extremely unpleasant) E.g. 1: The calamity (tai họa) caused by the economic crisis was dreadful (unpleasant)
abominable /əˈbɒmɪnəbl/ (extremely unpleasant and causing horror) E.g. 2: The judge described the attack as an abominable crime.
appalling (extremely bad, especially from a moral point of view) E.g. 3: It was one of the most appalling atrocities (sự tàn bạo) of the war.
6. Beautiful (adj)
gorgeous/ ravishing/ dazzling/ splendid (very beautiful and attractive) E.g. 1: From our hotel, there were gorgeous views of the city.
E.g. 2: A dazzling smile flashed across his face.
exquisite (extremely beautiful or carefully made) E.g. 3: Her wedding dress was absolutely exquisite.
stunning (rather informal) E.g. 4: They make a stunning couple.
7. Believe (v)
E.g. Their workforce is widely accepted to have the best conditions in Europe.
8. Best (adj)
greatest/ finest/ first-rate/ first-class/ second to none/ premier E.g. 1: This movie features some of her finest work. E.g. 2: The car was in first-class condition.
E.g. 3: We provide a service that is second to none.
E.g. 4: The new Institute of Contemporary Art is one of Boston’s premier attractions. top (highest in rank, degree or importance)
E.g. 5: Welfare reform is a top priority for the government.
ultimate (most extreme; best, worst, greatest, most important, etc.) E.g. 6: Nuclear weapons are the ultimate deterrent.
9. Big (adj)
large (big in size or quantity)
E.g. 1: The population is slightly larger than that of Canada.
huge/ enormous/ tremendous/ immense/ gigantic/ massive (extremely large in size or amount; great in degree)
E.g. 2: Anti-social behavior affects a huge number of people daily.
E.g. 3: Universities are under enormous pressure financially.
E.g. 4: The government put massive amounts of money into the health service.
10. Build (v)
E.g. 1: The war memorial was erected in 1950.
establish (to start or create an organization, a system, etc. that is meant to last for a long time)
E.g. 2: They now hope to establish a centre in Cuba.
11. Competitor (n)
rival/ opponent/ adversary
E.g. The business needed to revive profits and compete with new rivals.
12. Change (v)
transform/ convert (to change or make something change from one form, purpose, system, etc. to another)
E.g. 1: Materials are transformed from their original state into other forms. alter (to become different; to make somebody/something different) E.g. 2: The landscape has been radically altered by changes in the climate.
13. Dangerous (adj)
hazardous /risky/ perilous /ˈperələs/
E.g. 1: Britain produces almost five million tonnes of hazardous waste each year.
E.g. 2: Teenagers often engage in risky behavior.
E.g. 3: They endured (chịu đựng – bear) a perilous journey through thickening fog.
precarious (of a situation) not safe or certain; dangerous) E.g. 4: He earned a precarious living as an artist.
14. Decide (v)
E.g. 1: The government determined on a change of policy.
E.g. 2: It’s been settled that we leave on the nine o’clock plane.
15. Decline (n)
reduction/ fall/ decrease
E.g. 1: This year has seen a 33% reduction in the number of hospital beds available.
slump/ drop (to fall in price, value, number, etc., suddenly and by a large amount) E.g. 2: Oil prices have slumped quite badly in recent months.
recession (a period when the economy of a country is not doing well, industrial production and business activity are at a low level, and there are many people unemployed) (khủng hoảng)
E.g. 3: The country is sliding into the depths of (a) recession.