Từ Vựng Bài Đọc Walking With Dinosaurs

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Từ Vựng Bài Đọc Walking With Dinosaurs

prehistoric
/ˌprihɪˈstɔrɪk/
(adj). relating to or denoting the period before written records.
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outdoor
/ˈaʊtˌdɔr/
(adj). done, situated, or used out of doors.
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research
/riˈsɜrʧ/
(noun). the systematic investigation into and study of materials and sources in order to establish facts and reach new conclusions
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rarely
/ˈrɛrli/
(adv). not often, seldom
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several
/ˈsɛvrəl/
(pronoun). More than two but not many.
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attempt
/əˈtɛmpt/
(noun). an effort to achieve or complete a difficult task or action.
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upright
/əˈpraɪt/
(adj). not lying down, and with the back straight rather than bent
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unsurprisingly
/ˌʌnsərˈpraɪzɪŋli/
(adv). in a way that is not unexpected and therefore does not cause surprise.
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alter
/ˈɔltər/
(verb). change in significant way
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activation
/ˌæktəˈveɪʃən/
(noun). the action or process of making something active or operative
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pattern
/ˈpætərn/
(noun). an arrangement or design regularly found in comparable objects
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similar
/ˈsɪmələr/
(adj). Having a resemblance in appearance, character, or quantity, without being identical.
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physically
/ˈfɪzɪkəli/
(adv). In a manner relating to the body as opposed to the mind.
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emu
/ˈimˌju/
(noun). a large flightless fast-running Australian bird resembling the ostrich, with shaggy gray or brown plumage, bare blue skin on the head and neck, and three-toed feet.
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ostrich
/ˈɔstrɪʧ/
(noun). a flightless swift-running African bird with a long neck, long legs, and two toes on each foot. It is the largest living bird, with males reaching an average height of 8 feet (2.5 m).
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reality
/ˌriˈæləˌti/
(noun). the world or the state of things as they actually exist, as opposed to an idealistic or notional idea of them
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palaeontologist
/ˌpælɪɒnˈtɒləʤɪst/
(noun). a person who studies fossils
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express
/ɪkˈsprɛs/
(verb). to show or make known a feeling, an opinion,
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reservation
/ˌrɛzərˈveɪʃən/
(noun). the action of reserving something
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movement
/ˈmuvmənt/
(noun). An act of moving.
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cyberspace
/ˈsaɪbərˌspeɪs/
(noun). the notional environment in which communication over computer networks occurs
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species
/ˈspiʃiz/
(noun). a group of living organism that are identical to each other
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compute
/kəmˈpjut/
(verb). calculate or reckon (a figure or amount)
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extinct
/ɪkˈstɪŋkt/
(adj). (of a species, family, or other larger group) having no living members
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tracker
/ˈtrækər/
(noun). a person who tracks someone or something by following their trail.
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analyse
/ˈænəlaɪz/
(verb). examine
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fossil
/ˈfɑsəl/
(noun). the remains or impression of a prehistoric plant or animal embedded in rock
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footprint
/ˈfʊtˌprɪnt/
(noun). a mark left on a surface by a person’s foot or shoe or by an animal’s foot
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considerable
/kənˈsɪdərəbəl/
(adj). Notably large in size, amount, or extent.
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challenge
/ˈʧælənʤ/
(noun). a new or difficult task that tests somebody’s ability and skill
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interpret
/ɪnˈtɜrprət/
(verb). Explain the meaning of (information or actions)
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composition
/ˌkɑmpəˈzɪʃən/
(noun). A creative work, especially a poem or piece of music.
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inaccurate
/ɪˈnækjərət/
(adj). Not accurate.
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computational
/ˌkɑmpjuˈteɪʃənəl/
(adj). relating to or using computers.
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mud
/mʌd/
(noun). wet earth that is soft and sticky
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moisture
/ˈmɔɪsʧər/
(noun). Water or other liquid diffused in a small quantity as vapour
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consistency
/kənˈsɪstənsi/
(noun). the quality of always behaving in the same way or of having the same opinions, standard, etc.; the quality of being consistent
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simulate
/ˈsɪmjələt/
(verb). to pretend that you have a particular feeling
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variation
/ˌvɛriˈeɪʃən/
(noun). a change or difference in condition, amount, or level, typically with certain limits
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virtual
/ˈvɜrʧuəl/
(adj). almost or very nearly the thing described
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spine
/spaɪn/
(noun). A series of vertebrae extending from the skull to the small of the back
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sail
/seɪl/
(noun). a piece of material extended on a mast to catch the wind and propel a boat or ship or other vessel
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device
/dɪˈvaɪs/
(noun). A thing made or adapted for a particular purpose,
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Skull
/skʌl/
(noun). a framework of bone or cartilage enclosing the brain of a vertebrate
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proportion
/prəˈpɔrʃən/
(noun). A part, share, or number considered in comparative relation to a whole.
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narrow
/ˈnɛroʊ/
(adj). of small width.
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tail
/teɪl/
(noun). the hindmost part of an animal, especially when prolonged beyond the rest of the body
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muscle
/ˈmʌsəl/
(noun). a piece of body tissue that you contract and relax in order to move a particular part of the body; the tissue that forms the muscles of the body
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broad
/brɔd/
(adj). Having a distance larger than usual from side to side;
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locomotion
/ˌloʊkəˈmoʊʃən/
(noun). Movement or the ability to move from one place to another
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texture
/ˈtɛksʧər/
(noun). the way a surface, substance or piece of cloth feels when you touch it, for example how rough, smooth, hard or soft it is
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angle
/ˈæŋgəl/
(noun). the space (usually measured in degrees) between two intersecting lines or surfaces at or close to the point where they meet.
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extract
/ˈɛkˌstrækt/
(verb). obtain (a substance or resource) from something by a special method
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calculate
/ˈkælkjəˌleɪt/
(verb). to judge the number or amount of something by using the information that you already have, and adding, taking away, multiplying, or dividing numbers
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simulation
/ˌsɪmjəˈleɪʃən/
(noun). situation in which a particular set of conditions is created artificially in order to study or experience something
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Multiple
/ˈmʌltəpəl/
(adj). many in number
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relate
/rɪˈleɪt/
(verb). make or show a connection between.
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ground
/graʊnd/
(noun). factors forming a basis for action or the justification for a belief.
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interpretation
/ɪnˌtɜrprɪˈteɪʃən/
(noun). the action of explaining the meaning of something
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revolutionize
/ˌrɛvəˈluʃəˌnaɪz/
(verb). Change (something) radically or fundamentally.
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inundated
/ˈɪnənˌdeɪtɪd/
(adj). overwhelm (someone) with things or people to be dealt with.
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paperwork
/ˈpeɪpərˌwɜrk/
(noun). job relating to written work
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genetic
/ʤəˈnɛtɪk/
(adj). Relating to genes or heredity.
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algorithm
/ˈælgəˌrɪðəm/
(noun). a process or set of rules to be followed in calculations or other problem-solving operations, especially by a computer
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evolve
/ɪˈvɑlv/
(verb). develop gradually and in distinct stages
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ancestor
/ˈænˌsɛstər/
(noun). a person, typically one more remote than a grandparent
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fossilize
/ˈfɑsəˌlaɪz/
(verb). preserve (an organism) so that it becomes a fossil.
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digitize
/ˈdɪʤəˌtaɪz/
(verb). convert (pictures, text, or sound) into a digital form that can be processed by a computer.
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activate
/ˈæktəˌveɪt/
(verb). make (something) active or operative.
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alteration
/ˌɔltəˈreɪʃən/
(noun). change
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graze
/greɪz/
(verb). (of cattle, sheep, etc.) eat grass in a field
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counterpart
/ˈkaʊntərˌpɑrt/
(noun). thing that corresponds to or has the same function
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lizard
/ˈlɪzərd/
(noun). a reptile that typically has a long body and tail, four legs, movable eyelids, and a rough, scaly, or spiny skin.
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backbone
/ˈbækˌboʊn/
(noun). the series of vertebrae extending from the skull to the pelvis; the spin
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speculate
/ˈspɛkjəˌleɪt/
(verb). Form a theory or conjecture about a subject without firm evidence
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delicate
/ˈdɛləkət/
(adj). Very fine in texture or structure;
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sediment
/ˈsɛdəmənt/
(noun). Matter that settles to the bottom of a liquid; dregs
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variable
/ˈvɛriəbəl/
(noun). An element, feature, or factor that is liable to vary or change.
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staggering
/ˈstægərɪŋ/
(adj). deeply shocking; astonishing
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scenario
/sɪˈnɛrioʊ/
(noun). A written outline of a film, novel, or stage work giving details of the plot
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tackle
/ˈtækəl/
(verb). Make determined efforts to deal with an issue
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