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Định nghĩa của từ sporadic
Theo từ điển Oxford, sporadic nghĩa là: happening only occasionally or atintervalsthat are not regular
SYNONYMintermittent, occasional, infrequent, irregular.
sporadic fighting/gunfire/violencesporadic outbreaks of the disease
Nghĩa: rời rạc, lác đác; không thường xuyên
Cách phát âm của từ sporadic
Ví dụ của từ sporadic
Sporadic fighting continued through the next day.Sporadic gunfire was reported each night.
The findings are derived from sporadic and statistically unreliable surveys.There are sporadic outbreaks of violence.
From 1960 Mandela led the underground campaign of the African National Congress’s military wing, umKhonto weSizwe, moving around the country disguised as a chauffeur, with trips abroad to rally support, so his boxing training becamesporadic.—Gavin Evans,Quartz Africa, “How Mandela stayed fit: from his “matchbox” Soweto home to his Robben Island prison cell,” 7 Apr. 2020
In the past, back in 1918, in the pandemic flu, there was some success insporadiccases there.—CBS News, “Antibodies from blood of recovered COVID-19 patients may be key to fighting coronavirus,” 30 Mar. 2020
But residents tell me the CHA has engaged in onlysporadiccommunication since state and city officials began imposing rules to reduce social interaction.—Mick Dumke,ProPublica, “The Chicago Housing Authority Was Slow to Protect Residents During the Coronavirus Outbreak,” 30 Mar. 2020
In humans, some disorders have been linked to malfunctions of RNA editing, such as thesporadicform of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, better known as ALS or Lou Gehrig’s Disease.—Eric Niiler,Wired, “Squids’ Gene-Editing Superpowers May Unlock Human Cures,” 24 Mar. 2020
The act was originally used during the Korean War and has seensporadicuse over the years to spur innovation and combat espionage.—Roberto Baldwin,Car and Driver, “Automakers Step Up to Challenge of Helping in Coronavirus Pandemic,” 24 Mar. 2020
Some data suggest that COVID-19 lies somewhere in between Ebola’ssporadicsurges in infection rate and influenza’s steady pace.—National Geographic, “THE BEST OF NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC DELIVERED TO YOUR INBOX,” 19 Mar. 2020
Alabama played its first intercollegiate football game in 1892, and enjoyedsporadicsuccess through its first two decades of competition.—Creg Stephenson | Cstephenson
al.com,al, “Shut down college football in state of Alabama? It’s happened twice before,” 15 Mar. 2020
Thesporadicnature of serious outbreaks means funding and expertise are minimal.—Quanta Magazine, “The Animal Origins of Coronavirus and Flu,” 25 Feb. 2020
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