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Obsolete (Adjective)/ˌɑːbsəˈliːt/

Từ đồng nghĩa: Out-of-date, Unfashionable, Antiquated


For IELTS Speaking:.
“Newly made bombs would replace old, and now obsolete, weapons in the stockpile.”
“Zab finds herself using the now obsolete narrative conventions of the memoir.”
“In that time, the all-important double-team has been rendered obsolete.”

For IELTS Writing:
“It briefly considers the prospects for extending the operational life of obsolete systems through physical restoration as well as logical simulation.”

Ambivalent  /æmˈbɪvələnt/ adjective


VERBS be, feel, sound | remain

ADV. deeply, highly, very The party’s position on nuclear weapons is deeply. | fairly, rather, somewhat

PREP. about He feels rather ambivalent about his role as teacher.

Ví dụ:

  • He feltambivalent about his job. [=he both liked and disliked his job]
  • He has anambivalent relationship with his family.
  • She has a deeply/veryambivalent attitude about/to/toward religion.
  • The senator isambivalent about running for president. [=the senator has not decided whether or not to run for president]

Notorious (Adjective) /noʊˈtɔːriəs/

Từ đồng nghĩa: Infamous, Blatant, Flagrant


With noun: notorious case/ example

Ví dụ:

For IELTS Speaking:.
“The most notorious case concerns the 1,600 names on 31 Outhwaite syndicates.”
“The most notorious example in Julius Caesar was the scenes where Brutus reacts to the death of his wife Portia.”
“The judgments in notorious cases which had decided that there could be unfettered administrative discretion were repudiated.”

For IELTS Writing:
“The Richmond case joins other notorious incidents of child-against-child violence in recent years.”

Mundane (Adjective) /mʌnˈdeɪn/

Từ đồng nghĩa: Boring, Tedious, Monotonous


With noun: Mundane matter/ task

Ví dụ:

For IELTS Speaking:.
“Yet they put this knowledge to good advantage, both officially and in more mundane matters.
“According to testimony, Rosen was recorded without his knowledge while talking with a female client about mundane matters.
“The objects we use to do these mundane tasks each day reveal the inner secrets of domestic life.”

For IELTS Writing:
“Honeysett’s cartoons reflect the mundane uses that an ill-educated public might put new technology to.”

Malicious (Adjective) /məˈlɪʃəs/

Từ đồng nghĩa: Unkind, Mean, Nasty


With noun: malicious damage/ falsehood/ gossip

Ví dụ:

For IELTS Speaking:.
“The possibility of malicious damage should be considered, i.e. computer hacking and viruses.”
“The action for malicious falsehood is much less favourable to plaintiffs than defamation.”
“Jotan’s daughter, the sister of Jehan, was the source of as much malicious gossip as he was himself”

For IELTS Writing:

“One of the major flaws in the existing system is that the prosecutor has immunity from law suits claiming malicious prosecution.”

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