Sunday, 18 December 2016

[5words] 20161201

deliberately (adv) /dɪˈlɪb.ər.ət.li/
(B2) intentionally
  • I'm sure that he says these things deliberately to annoy me.
  • We deliberately decided to implement this solution so that it would be enable to run in some specific cases.
slowly and carefully
I didn't do it deliberately - it was an accident.

specifically (adv) /spəˈsɪf.ɪ.kəl.i/
(C1) for a particular reason, purpose, etc.:
  • These jeans are designed specifically for women.
  • [ + to infinitive ] I bought it specifically to wear at the wedding.
  • We are aiming our campaign specifically at young people.
(C1) clearly, exactly, or in detail:
  • I specifically asked you not to be late.
  • The law specifically prohibits acts of this kind.
  • It specifically said/stated on the label that the jacket should be dry-cleaned only.
specially /ˈspeʃ.əl.i/
(B1) (very) extremely or in particular:
  • This is a specially good wine.
  • "Is there anything you want to do this evening?". "Not specially."
  • The children really liked the museum, specially the dinosaurs.
(B1) for a particular purpose:
  • I came here specially to see you.
  • She has a wheelchair that was specially made for her.
  • The opera "Aida" was specially written for the opening of the Cairo opera house in 1871.
come up with: to think of; to produce; to suggest or to think of an idea or plan: nảy ra
He's come up with a great idea.
She's come up with some amazing schema to double her income.

newspaper boy: thằng bé bán báo dạo
newspaper boy = boy selling newspapers in 1950

[nice/charming/cute] sidewalk/street cafe: café vỉa hè, café đường phố
The best cafes with outdoor seating in London




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