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antiseptic
 (sát trùng) substance that prevents infection; substance that restricts the growth of disease-causing microorganisms
E.g.Regular washing with antiseptic is often enough to heal a skin infection.
antithesis
 (phản đề) contrast; direct contrast; opposition
E.g.This tyranny was the antithesis of all that he had hoped for, and he fought it with all his strength.
anvil
 (đe) heavy block of iron or steel with a smooth, flat top on which metals are shaped by hammering
E.g.The man put the iron block on the anvil.
apathy
 (thờ ơ) lack of caring; indifference
E.g.A firm believer in democratic government, she could not understand the apathy of people who never bothered to vote.
aperture
 (khẩu độ) opening; diameter of such an opening; hole
E.g.She discovered a small aperture in the wall, through which the insects had entered the room.
apex
 (đỉnh) highest point; vertex; summit; climax
E.g.He was at the apex of his career: he had climbed to the top of the heap.
aphasia
 (mất ngôn ngữ) loss of speech due to injury or illness
E.g.After the automobile accident, the victim had periods of aphasia when he could not speak at all or could only mumble incoherently.
aphorism
 (cách ngôn) definition or concise statement of principle; tersely phrased statement of truth or opinion
E.g.An aphorism differs from an adage in that it is more philosophical or scientific.
apiary
 (nhà nuôi ong) place where bees and beehives are kept, especially where bees are raised for their honey
E.g.Although he spent many hours daily in the apiary, he was very seldom stung by a bee.
aplomb
 (bình tỉnh) poise; self-confident assurance
E.g.Gwen's aplomb in handling potentially embarrassing moments was legendary around the office; when one of her clients broke a piece of her best crystal, she coolly picked up her own goblet and hurled it into the fireplace.
apocalyptic
 (tận thế) prophetic; involving or portending widespread devastation
E.g.The crowd jeered preacher's apocalyptic predictions of doom at the street.
apocryphal
 (ngụy tạo) untrue; of questionable authorship or authenticity; erroneous; fictitious
E.g.To impress his friends, Tom invented apocryphal tales of his adventures in the big city.
apogee
 (đỉnh cao) the highest point; point in orbit most distant from the body being orbited
E.g.When the moon in its orbit is farthest away from the earth, it is at its apogee.
apolitical
 (phi chính trị) having aversion or lack of concern for political affairs
E.g.It was hard to remain apolitical during the Vietnam War; even people who generally ignored public issues felt they had to take political stands.
apologist
 (biện hộ) person who argues in defense or justification of something, such as doctrine, policy, or institution
E.g.Finally, the fifth item mentioned by the apologist is the rigid monotheism which stamps the whole volume.
apostate
 (bỏ đạo) one who abandons his religious faith or political beliefs
E.g.Because he switched from one party to another, his former friends shunned him as an apostate.
apotheosis
 (phong thần) elevation to godhood; fact or action of becoming a god; an ideal example of something
E.g.The apotheosis of a Roman emperor was designed to insure his eternal greatness: people would worship at his altar forever.
appall
 (kinh ngạc) depress or discourage with fear; grow faint or become weak
E.g.The horrifying conditions in the city's jails might appall you.
apparent
 (rõ ràng) capable of being seen, or easily seen; open to view; visible to eye
E.g.It is apparent to all that he was guilty; do you think anyone still trusts him now?
apparition
 (hiện ra) ghostly figure; sudden or unusual sight; appearance; state of being visible
E.g.On the castle battlements, an apparition materialized and spoke to Hamlet, warning him of his uncle's treachery.