Cô muốn giới thiệu với các em về 29 cụm tính từ siêu dễ nhớ với các từ vựng hay đã được in đậm và dịch nghĩa ở phần dưới. Hy vọng những bài mẫu này sẽ cung cấp thêm cho các em ý viết bài và từ vựng cũng như những cấu trúc thành văn hay nhé.
Chỉ cần kết hợp tính từ với trạng từ hay danh từ là ra lò ngay những cụm từ cực hay rồi nhé ! Hôm nay cô chia sẻ nhanh 29 tổ hợp tính từ kèm theo giải thích song ngữ cho các bạn “mì ăn liền” ngay tại chỗ nè. Cô còn share thêm 2,3 ví dụ cho mỗi từ để các bạn dễ nhớ. Học tốt nhe các bạn 🙂
- downright rude: extremely rude (cực kì thô lỗ)
Ex: Abusive language is downright rude and insulting.
People seem to be getting very picky and downright rude.
She couldn’t think of anything to say that wasn’t downright rude.
- thoroughly ashamed: feeling guilty or embarrassed about something very much (cảm thấy xấu hổ sâu sắc)
Ex: You may find your work so faulty that you will be thoroughly ashamed of it, but do not be discouraged.
And he takes them, the count, now thoroughly ashamed of being caught on the verge of such a cowardly act.
- spotlessly clean: extremely clean (sạch bong)
Ex: He doesn’t own too many clothes, but whatever he wears is always spotlessly clean and ironed.
Tony walked in and stood in the luxurious lounge, looking at the nice furniture and the spotlessly clean house.
The constable checked the registration number on his list and glanced inside noting that the car was spotlessly clean.
- stinking rich: extremely rich (giàu nứt đố đổ vách)
Ex: Whoever owned this house was stinking rich, but it was doubtful that they were wealthier than the Loires.
Anyway, the whole thing makes me wonder about religious organizations like Hillsong Church, where they apparently preach the usual self-help dogma about getting stinking rich and so on.
- wildly exaggerated: to make something seem larger to an extreme extent (nói khoác, chém gió)
Ex: Reports of his drinking have been wildly exaggerated.
They should be skeptical of wildly exaggerated claims for what such courses can achieve.
- dead easy: extremely easy (dễ như bỡn)
Ex: Meadowhall is also dead easy for people to get to.
- wildly inaccurate: not correct or exact (sai quá sai)
Ex: It had been kept oiled and polished, but it was a single-shot, wildly inaccurate at long range, with a kick like a mule’s.
All the maps we had were wildly inaccurate.
- mildly surprised: surprised a little bit (chỉ hơi bất ngờ 1 chút)
Ex: We were mildly surprised to see him again.
He was mildly surprised that Thaddeus and Thomas were not present.
In reading Jarw Eyre we cannot help feeling mildly surprised when a chance allusion reminds us that the scene is laid in a northern or north midland county or even in England at all.
- mildly irritated: the state of being slightly annoyed (hơi khó chịu, không hài lòng 1 chút)
Ex: During my noontime pickup basketball games, I am sometimes mildly irritated as my body passes the ball while my conscious mind is saying, “No! Stop! You Fool!”
He keeps whining for the whole afternoon. Consequently she was mildly irritated with him.
- loosely based on: connected to a small degree (hơi liên quan đến nhau)
Ex: The movie was only loosely based on the novel.
Then, make up a conversation about the topic loosely based on the complex sentences you just said.
- a broad accent: a strong accent (giọng dễ nhận biết)
Ex: Some speakers might be difficult to place geographically, while others who speak with a broader accent might use a number of localized pronunciation features.
She spoke with a broad Scottish accent.
- to be in broad agreement with someone: generally agree with someone (đồng ý với ai đó 1 cách chung chung)
Ex: The negotiators were in broad agreement with each other on the main issues.
- mitigating circumstances: circumstances that lessen the blame (giảm nhẹ hoàn cảnh)
Ex: But for every yin there’s a yang: Judges must also consider mitigating circumstances when sentencing defendants.
Only by prior agreement and under mitigating circumstances were Saturdays freed up for the boys, or the girls.
- mitigating factors: factors that lessen the blame (giảm nhẹ yếu tố)
Ex: But the mitigating factors that a statute lists generally aren’t exclusive—judges can consider other criteria that relate to the defendant and the crime.
The defense may put on evidence of mitigating factors that would support leniency in sentencing.
- deliriously happy: extremely happy (cực kì hạnh phúc)
Ex: He had found his meaning in life and was deliriously happy.
The Communist Party presides calmly over a nation of deliriously happy citizens.
- highly educated: very educated (có học thức cao)
Ex: Highly educated and intelligent, he was anomalous in the prison environment by adapting a well-known stance of oppositional behavevior.
The celebrity’s children are under the tutelage of a highly educated nanny.
- blatantly obvious: very clear (rõ như ban ngày)
Ex: These are the blatantly guilty ones. Well, I guess that was blatantly obvious.
The meaning becomes clear when you take the two words and use them in a sentence. It’s blatantly obvious my dear, that you are smashed.
- utterly ridiculous: absolutely foolish (thật nực cười)
Ex: The involvement of the constabulary in this row is utterly ridiculous.
- greatly appreciate: be very thankful (biết ơn)
Ex: I would greatly appreciate if you could pay attention to this text.
- entirely different: absolutely dissimilar (khác nhau hoàn toàn)
Ex: “It always amazes me,” Cynthia said with a sigh and a smile, “when we leave the pavement, it’s an entirely different world.
Repeating an embellished story before a grand jury while under oath is an entirely different matter.
- thoroughly enjoy: extremely enjoy (tận hưởng triệt để)
Ex: She had lived in an apartment by herself for several years now and thoroughly enjoyed the solitude.
The children thoroughly enjoyed the show.
- mildly amused: showing that you think something is quite funny (hơi buồn cười)
Ex: She looked mildly amused by his appearance.
I remember being mildly amused at the idea that he probably thought I was still at his elbow and was going right ahead with his discourse.
- entirely convinced: being persuaded completely (hoàn toàn bị thuyết phục)
Ex: She wasn’t entirely convinced yet she wouldn’t need the open invitation.
By the end those same people had become entirely convinced that what was needed was a radical change of power.
- consistently successful: being successful continuously (thành công nối tiếp thành công)
Ex: Student is consistently successful at writing short narratives using models.
“He was probably one of the most consistently successful art thieves in existence,” she said in a telephone interview.
- fully aware: completely acknowledging something (biết rõ tường tận)
Ex: She knocked away his next attempt to reach her, fully aware he was distracting her physically while whittling down her resistance mentally.
We are fully aware of the importance of the situation.
We are fully aware of our reporting obligations and we have not said anything.
- completely useless: having no use whatsoever (hoàn toàn vô dụng)
Ex: Water had got into the radio, and now it was completely useless.
The data was completely useless.
My daughter bought a completely useless smartphone over the summer.
- virtually impossible: almost impossible (gần như là không thể)
Ex: The scientific truth of evolution is so overwhelmingly established, that it is virtually impossible to refute.
It would be virtually impossible to convince Tom to come along with us.
- absolutely incredible: totally amazing (tuyệt đối đáng kinh ngạc, theo nghĩa tích cực)
Ex: It was built in a year, which seems absolutely incredible.
I am writing to let you know that I believe you are an absolutely incredible kid.
- absurdly difficult: so difficult that it doesn’t make any sense (khó 1 cách vô lý)
Ex: Take this absurdly difficult English test – and see why this generation of students will be alienated by education.