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Tổng hợp 250 cặp từ đồng nghĩa được sử dụng nhiều nhất trong tiếng Anh giao tiếp. Danh sách được liệt kê từ A-Z đi kèm với các ví dụ giúp bạn học tiếng Anh dễ dàng và hiệu quả hơn.

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Abandon —– Forsake (v): từ bỏ

  • People often simply abandon their pets when they go abroad
  • He had made it clear to his wife that he would never forsake her.

Able —– Capable (adj): có thể, khả năng

  • You must be able to speak French for this job.
  • You are capable of better work than this.

Accomplish —– Achieve (v): hoàn thành, đạt được

  • Easy enough to say, but sometimes hard to accomplish!
  • They could not achieve their target of less than 3% inflation.

Accurate —– Precise (adj): chính xác

  • Scientists have found a more accurate way of dating cave paintings.
  • I can be reasonably precise about the time of the incident.

Active —– Athletic (adj): khỏe mạnh, lực lưỡng

  • She’s over 80, but is still very active.
  • He can play any sport, he’s naturally athletic.

Admit —– Confess (v): thú nhận, thừa nhận

  • Don’t be afraid to admit to your mistakes.
  • We persuaded her to confess her crime.

Agree —– Consent (v): đồng ý

  • agree with her analysis of the situation.
  • I rarely consent to do interviews.

Aim —– Goal/ Purpose (n) mục đích, mục tiêu

  • Our main aim is to increase sales in Europe.
  • Your goal as a parent is to help your child become an independent adult.
  • The purpose of the book is to provide a complete guide to the university.

Alike —– Same (adj): gống nhau

  • My mother and I are alike in many ways.
  • She was born on the same day as me.

All —– Every (n): tất cả

  • The boys played video games all day.
  • I enjoyed every minute of the film.

Allow —– Permit (v): cho phép

  • My parents wouldn’t allow me to go to the party
  • We were not permitted any contact with each other.

Amiable —– Friendly (adv): thân thiện

  • Her parents seemed very amiable.
  • Everyone was very friendly towards me.

Amount —– Quantity (n): số lượng

  • We’ve had an enormous amount of help from people.
  • The police also found a quantity of ammunition in the flat.

Angry —– Mad/ Irritated (adj): tức giận

  • Her behavior really made me angry.
  • He’s always been mad about kids.
  • She was getting more and more irritated at his comments.

Arrive —– Reach (v): đến, chạm tới

  • They arrived at the airport at 10.30.
  • You should reach there around 9.45 a.m.

Ask —– Enquire (v): hỏi, yêu cầu

  • We’ll have to ask someone the way to the station.
  • I called the station to enquire about train times.

Assist —– Help (v): giúp đỡ, hỗ trợ

  • Anyone willing to assist can contact this number.
  • This charity aims to help people to help themselves.

Assure —– Guarantee (v); đảm bảo

  • We were assured that everything possible was being done.
  • We cannot guarantee our flights will never be delayed.

Attire —– Dress (n): váy

  • Their attire was a mixture of the sombre and seaside wear.
  • I am wearing the long white dress.

Away —– Absent (adj): rời đi, vắng mặt

  • There were ten children away yesterday.
  • Today, he is absent from work.

Awful —– Terrible/ Bad (adj): tồi tệ, xấu

  • The weather last summer was awful.
  • That’s a terrible thing to say!
  • I’m having a really bad day.


Bargain —– Deal (v): mặc cả, thương lượng

  • The car was a bargain at that price.
  • We did a deal with the management on overtime.

Begin —– Start (v): bắt đầu

  • He always begins his lessons with a warmup exercise.
  • I only started this book yesterday.

Beginner —– Novice/ Amateur (n): bắt đầu, nghiệp dư

  • She’s in the beginners’ class.
  • I’m a complete novice at skiing.
  • The tournament is open to both amateurs and professionals.

Behave —– Act (v): cư xử

  • The doctor behaved very unprofessionally.
  • John’s been acting very strangely lately.

Belly —– Stomach (n): bụng

  • They crawled along on their bellies.
  • You shouldn’t exercise on a full stomach.

Below —– Under (prep): bên dưới

  • He dived below the surface of the water.
  • The dog squeezed under the gate and ran into the road.

Big —– Vast/ Large (adj): lớn, to

  • It’s the world’s biggest computer company.
  • His business empire was vast.
  • Brazil is the world’s largest producer of coffee.

Blank —– Empty (adj): trống không

  • Sign your name in the blank space below.
  • It’s not good to drink alcohol on an empty stomach.

Blend —– Mix (v): trộn

  • Blend together the eggs, sugar and flour.
  • Mix all the ingredients together in a bowl.

Bother —– Annoy (v); làm phiền

  • I don’t want to bother her with my problems at the moment.
  • His constant joking was beginning to annoy her.

Brave —– Courageous (adj); dũng cảm 

  • I wasn’t brave enough to tell her what I thought of her.
  • I hope people will be courageous enough to speak out against this injustice.

Broad —– Wide (adj): rộng 

  • He is tall, broad and muscular.
  • Her face broke into a wide grin.

Brute —– Rough/ Violent (adj): hung dữ, bạo lực, thô bạo

  • His father was a drunken brute.
  • This watch is not designed for rough treatment.
  • Her husband was a violent man.

Bucket —– Pail (n): xô

  • They were playing on the beach with their buckets and spades.
  • It was a community that drank out of the beer pail and ate out of the lunch bucket.

Bunny —– Rabbit (n): con thỏ

  • A little bunny seemed harmless enough.
  • I want to have a rabbit.

Business —– Trade (n): thương mại

  • It’s been a pleasure to do business with you.
  • Trade between the two countries has increased.

Buy —– Purchase (v): mua hàng

  • If you’re thinking of getting a new car, now is a good time to buy.
  • The equipment can be purchased from your local supplier.


Center —– Middle (n): ở giữa

  • There was an enormous oak table in the center of the room.
  • He was standing in the middle of the room.

Chiefly —– Mainly (adv): chủ yếu

  • We are chiefly concerned with improving educational standards.
  • They eat mainly fruit and nuts.

Child —– Kid (n): trẻ con

  • I lived in London as a child.
  • She’s a bright kid.

Choose —– Select/ Pick (v): lựa chọn

  • We have to choose a new manager from a shortlist of five candidates.
  • She was selected as the parliamentary candidate for Bath.
  • She picked the best cake for herself.

Chop —– Cut (v): cắt

  • He was chopping logs for firewood.
  • You need a powerful saw to cut through metal.

Close —– Shut (v); đóng

  • closed my eyes against the bright light.
  • Philip went into his room and shut the door behind him.

Coat —– Jacket (n): áo khoác

  • I have a long winter coat.
  • I have to wear a jacket and tie to work.

Cold —– Chilly/ Freezing (adj): lạnh

  • Today, it is very cold.
  • I was feeling chilly.
  • My hands are freezing!

Competent —– Capable (adj): có năng lực

  • He’s very competent in his work.
  • You are capable of better work than this.

Complete —– Finish (v): hoàn thành

  • The project should be completed within a year.
  • She finished law school last year.

Complex —– Complicated (adj): phức tạp

  • That’s a complex problem.
  • The story is extremely complicated.

Connect —– Join (v): kết nối, tham gia vào

  • The towns are connected by train and bus services.
  • The island is joined to the mainland by a bridge.

Cope —– Manage (v): quản lý

  • He wasn’t able to cope with the stresses and strains of the job.
  • She’s 82 and can’t manage on her own any more.

Couch —– Sofa (n): ghế

  • Tom offered to sleep on the couch.
  • I took my shoe off and lay down on the sofa.

Coarse —– Rough (adj): thô ráp

  • He is wearing a jacket of coarse wool.
  • The skin on her hands was hard and rough.

Crash —– Accident (n): tai nạn

  • A girl was killed yesterday in a crash involving a stolen car.
  • He was killed in an accident.

Crook —– Criminal: tội phạm

  • The film portrays a world of smalltime crooks, petty crime and drinking clubs.
  • Lawyers are not allowed to comment on current criminal cases.

Cry —– Weep (v): khóc

  • It’s all right. Don’t cry.
  • She started to weep uncontrollably.

Cunning —– Clever (adj): khéo léo

  • It was a cunning piece of detective work.
  • He’s clever with his hands.


Danger —– Harm (n): nguy hiểm

  • Children’s lives are in danger every time they cross this road.
  • He would never frighten anyone or cause them any harm.

Daybreak —– Dawn/ Sunrise (n): ban ngày

  • We left before daybreak.
  • They start work at dawn.
  • We left before sunrise.

Dear —– Expensive (adj): đắt đỏ

  • Everything’s so dear now, isn’t it?
  • I can’t afford it, it’s too expensive.

Defective —– Faulty (adj): có lỗi

  • Her hearing was found to be slightly defective.
  • Ask for a refund if the goods are faulty.

Delicious —– Yummy (adj): ngon

  • This dish is delicious with cream.
  • These biscuits are yummy.

Demolish —– Destroy/ Wreck (n): phá hoại

  • The factory is due to be demolished next year.
  • The building was completely destroyed by fire.
  • The house was a wreck when we bought it.

Demonstrate —– Protest (v): chứng minh, giải thích

  • They are demonstrating in favor of free higher education.
  • Students took to the streets to protest against the decision.

Denounce —– Blame/ Indict 

  • Amnesty International denounced the failure by the authorities to take action.
  • The report blames poor safety standards for the accident.
  • They were indicted on a number of corruption charges.

Dense —– Thick/ Heavy

  • A narrow track wound steeply up through dense forest.
  • This breed of cattle has a very thick coat.
  • The air was heavy with the scent of flowers.

Depart —– Leave

  • The train departed Amritsar at 6.15 p.m.
  • The plane leaves for Dallas at 12.35.

Despise —– Hate/ Detest/ Loathe

  • She thoroughly despised him for his weakness.
  • He hates violence in any form.
  • They detested each other on sight.
  • I loathe modern art.

Destiny —– Fate

  • I believe there’s some force guiding us—call it God, destiny or fate.
  • By a strange twist of fate, Andy and I were on the same plane.

Destitute —– Poor/ Penniless

  • When he died, his family was left completely destitute.
  • They were too poor to buy shoes for the kids.
  • Uncle Charlie was jobless and penniless.

Detach —– Remove

  • The skis should detach from the boot if you fall.
  • Three children were removed from the school for persistent bad behavior.

Deter —– Hinder

  • The high price of the service could deter people from seeking advice.
  • Some teachers felt hindered by a lack of resources.

Determined —– Sure/ Convinced

  • I’m determined to succeed.
  • You don’t sound very sure.
  • I am convinced of her innocence.

Different —– Diverse

  • They are sold in many different colors.
  • My interests are very diverse.

Difficult —– Hard

  • Your writing is really difficult to read.
  • It was one of the hardest things I ever did.

Diminish —– Decrease

  • The world’s resources are rapidly diminishing.
  • The number of new students decreased from 210 to 160 this year.

Disappear —– Vanish

  • The plane disappeared behind a cloud.
  • The magician vanished in a puff of smoke.

Disclose —– Reveal

  • The spokesman refused to disclose details of the takeover to the press.
  • The doctors did not reveal the truth to him.

Down —– Below

  • The stone rolled down the hill.
  • He dived below the surface of the water.


Earth —– Ground

  • After a week at sea, it was good to feel the earth beneath our feet again.
  • I found her lying on the ground.

Easy —– Simple

  • It’s easy for you to tell me to keep calm, but you’re not in my position.
  • The answer is really quite simple.

Encourage —– Urge

  • My parents have always encouraged me in my choice of career.
  • The report urged that all children be taught to swim.

End —– Finish/ Conclude

  • They decided to end their relationship.
  • She finished law school last year.
  • She concluded her speech with a quotation from Shakespeare.

Enlarge —– Magnify

  • There are plans to enlarge the recreation area.
  • The picture shows the insect’s head magnified ten times.

Enormous —– Huge

  • The problems facing the President are enormous.
  • He gazed up at her with huge brown eyes.

Enquire —– Investigate

  • I called the station to enquire about train times.
  • The FBI has been called in to investigate.

Evaluate —– Assess

  • Our research attempts to evaluate the effectiveness of the different drugs.
  • Damage to the building was assessed at £40 000.

Everlasting —– Eternal

  • To his everlasting credit, he never told anyone what I’d done.
  • She’s an eternal optimist.

Extra —– Additional

  • Breakfast is provided at no extra charge.
  • The government provided an additional £25 million to expand the service.


Faithful —– Loyal/ Devoted

  • I have been a faithful reader of your newspaper for many years.
  • She has always remained loyal to her political principles.
  • They are devoted to their children.

Fall —– Drop

  • September had come and the leaves were starting to fall.
  • The climber slipped and dropped to his death.

False —– Untrue

  • He used a false name to get the job.
  • These accusations are totally untrue.

Famous —– Renowned

  • He became internationally famous for his novels.
  • She is renowned for her patience.

Fantastic —– Great

  • The weather was absolutely fantastic.
  • This represents a great achievement.

Fast —– Quick

  • He’s one of the fastest runners in the world.
  • She walked with short, quick steps.

Father —– Dad

  • He was a wonderful father to both his natural and adopted children.
  • That’s my dad over there.

Find —– Discover

  • Can you find my bag for me?
  • Police discovered a large stash of drugs while searching the house.

Fix —– Repair/ Mend

  • I’ve fixed the problem.
  • The human body has an amazing capacity to repair itself.
  • Could you mend my bike for me?

Fool —– Idiot

  • He told me he was an actor and I was fool enough to believe him.
  • When I lost my passport, I felt such an idiot.

Forbid —– Prohibit/ Ban

  • My doctor has forbidden me sugar.
  • The policy prohibits smoking on school grounds.
  • Chemical weapons are banned internationally.

Forgive —– Pardon

  • I’ll never forgive her for what she did.
  • She was pardoned after serving ten years of a life sentence.

Former —– Previous

  • Nelson Mandela is a former South African president.
  • She is his daughter from a previous marriage.

Fraction —– Part/ Portion/ Segment

  • She hesitated for the merest fraction of a second.
  • We spent part of the time in the museum.
  • The central portion of the bridge collapsed.
  • She cleaned a small segment of the painting.

Fragrance —– Perfume

  • They are about to launch their first fragrance for men.
  • She was wearing too much perfume.

Frank —– Candid

  • He was very frank about his relationship with the actress.
  • I felt she was being less than candid with me.

Freedom —– Liberty

  • People here like their freedom and privacy.
  • The concept of individual liberty is enshrined in the constitution.

Frenzy —– Fury/ Rage

  • The speaker worked the crowd up into a frenzy.
  • Her eyes blazed with fury.
  • His face was dark with rage.

Fresh —– Unused/ New

  • Let me write it down while it’s still fresh in my mind.
  • The house was left unused for most of the year.
  • Have you read her new novel?

Fun —– Enjoyment

  • We had a lot of fun at Sarah’s party.
  • I get a lot of enjoyment from music.

Funny —– Amusing/ Entertaining

  • It’s not funny! Someone could have been hurt.
  • It’s a very amusing game to play.
  • It was a very entertaining evening.

Furious —– Angry

  • She was absolutely furious at having been deceived.
  • Her behavior really made me angry.


Gain —– Acquire/ Obtain

  • The country gained its independence ten years ago.
  • She has acquired a good knowledge of English.
  • I finally managed to obtain a copy of the report.

Gallant —– Chivalrous

  • That wasn’t very gallant of you.
  • I was only trying to be chivalrous.

Garbage —– Trash/ Rubbish

  • Don’t forget to take out the garbage.
  • Will someone take out the trash?
  • The streets were littered with rubbish.

Gather —– Collect

  • His supporters gathered in the main square.
  • The company collects information about consumer trends.

Gaunt —– Scrawny/ Skinny/ Thin

  • She looked gaunt and exhausted.
  • He had long scrawny fingers.
  • She had wild hair and long skinny arms.
  • He was tall and thin, with dark hair.

Gentle —– Tender

  • He lived in a gentle age than ours.
  • What he needs now is a lot of tender loving care.

Gift —– Present

  • The watch was a gift from my mother.
  • What can I get him for a birthday present?

Glad —– Happy/ Pleased/ Delighted/ Cheerful/ Joyful/ Merry

  • She was glad when the meeting was over.
  • You don’t look very happy today.
  • She was very pleased with her exam results.
  • I was delighted that you could stay.
  • He felt bright and cheerful and full of energy.
  • It was a joyful reunion of all the family.
  • He’s a lovely man with merry eyes and a wide smile.

Good —– Excellent

  • The piano was in good condition.
  • She speaks excellent French.

Great —– Grand

  • People were arriving in great numbers.
  • It’s not a very grand house.


Hat —– Cap

  • I’m wearing two hats tonight—parent and teacher.
  • He is wearing a baseball cap.

Have —– Own/ Possess

  • have a new car and a boat.
  • I don’t own anything of any value.
  • I’m afraid this is the only suitcase I possess.

Help —– Assist

  • He always helps with the housework.
  • We will assist you in finding somewhere to live.

Hot —– Boiling

  • It was hot and getting hotter.
  • You must be boiling in that sweater!

House —– Home

  • He went into the house.
  • We are not far from my home now.


Idea —– Thought

  • I like the idea of living on a boat.
  • I don’t like the thought of you walking home alone.

Important —– Significant

  • Money played an important role in his life.
  • Your work has shown a significant improvement.

Infant —– Baby

  • She was seriously ill as an infant.
  • My sister’s expecting a baby.

Inspect —– Examine

  • The plants are regularly inspected for disease.
  • The doctor examined her but could find nothing wrong.

Interesting —– Exciting

  • It would be interesting to know what he really believed.
  • They waited and waited for something exciting to happen.


Job —– Occupation/ Work/ Career

  • He’s trying to get a job.
  • Please state your name, age and occupation below.
  • It’s very difficult to find work at the moment.
  • He had a very distinguished career in the Foreign Office.

Jungle —– Forest

  • The area was covered in dense jungle.
  • Thousands of hectares of forest are destroyed each year.


Keep —– Hold

  • She keeps the blue bear as a souvenir.
  • The girl holds her father’s hand tightly.

Kind —– Helpful

  • She’s a very kind and generous person.
  • She’s one of the most helpful people I know.


Last —– Final/ Ultimate

  • I wouldn’t marry you if you were the last person on earth!
  • They find each other in the final chapter of the book.
  • We will accept ultimate responsibility for whatever happens.

Late —– Tardy

  • She’s late for work every day.
  • The law is often tardy in reacting to changing attitudes.

Laugh —– Giggle

  • She always makes me laugh.
  • The girls giggled at the joke.

Learn —– Study

  • She’s very keen to learn about Japanese culture.
  • My brother studied at the Royal College of Art.

Like —– Love/ Enjoy/ Prefer

  • I don’t like the way he’s looking at me.
  • If you love each other, why not get married?
  • Thanks for a great evening. I really enjoyed it.
  • prefer my coffee black.

Listen —– Hear

  • listened carefully to her story.
  • He could hear a dog barking.

Long —– Endless

  • There was a long silence before she spoke.
  • The journey seemed endless.

Look —– Glance/ See/ Watch/ View

  • If you look carefully you can just see our house from here.
  • She glanced at her watch.
  • I hate to see you unhappy.
  • She watched the kids playing in the yard.
  • People came from all over the world to view her work.

Loud —– Noisy

  • She spoke in a very loud voice.
  • The streets were very noisy throughout the night.

Lucky —– Fortunate

  • His friend was killed and he knows he is lucky to be alive.
  • I have been fortunate enough to visit many parts of the world as a lecturer.


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