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guidance (n)


the act of showing the way

hướng dẫn

If I see a group crowding around a computer screen having a debate, I’ll go over and give some guidance.

- New York Times Apr 18, 2015 -


initiative (n)


readiness to embark on bold new ventures

sáng kiến

These efforts were welcomed, and in fact, greatly appreciated as we highly valued the level of initiative that was being demonstrated.

—Forbes Apr 22, 2015


stewardship (n)


the position of someone who manages the affairs of others

quản lý

I look forward to seeing how the magazine will continue to grow under her stewardship.

—Scientific American Apr 9, 2015


auspices (n)


kindly endorsement and guidance

bảo trợ

They appear under the auspices of Voices of Freedom, a lunchtime concert series honoring Black History Month.

—New York Times Feb 6, 2014


advocacy (n)


active support of an idea or cause

biện hộ

The meetings with the advocacy group were to discuss legislation, issues and opportunities to "partner on," Angelo said.

—Reuters Apr 22, 2015


aegis (n)


kindly endorsement and guidance

sự che chở, bảo hộ

And under the aegis of newscasts, it undoubtedly picked up credibility along the way.

—Washington Post, September 5, 2014


mentor (n)


a wise and trusted guide and advisor

người cố vấn

Engaging mentors and coaches is one of the most valuable things you can do for yourself.

—Forbes Apr 17, 2015


sagacious (adj)


skillful in statecraft or management

khôn ngoan

Her work is replete with valuable information, while its perpetual good humor, sagacious observation, and sound common sense, sustain an unflagging interest in its perusal.



steadfast (adj)


marked by firm determination or resolution; not shakable

kiên định

There is always a steadfast march towards progress.

—BBC Feb 27, 2015


perspicacious (n)


acutely insightful and wise

có quan điểm

Delivered economically, her judgments are not only clever but perspicacious, humane, and, for the most part, convincing.

—Slate Apr 5, 2013


perceptive (n)


of or relating to awareness via the senses

tri giác

In the case of helping other individuals, Klein has perceptive stories of how one person’s insight or hunch helped another through a problem.

—Forbes Mar 30, 2015


intuitive (adj) /ɪnˈtu·ə·t̬ɪv/

spontaneously derived from or prompted by a natural tendency

trực quan

"He had a brilliant intuitive feel for American politics and you can't teach that; you can't teach how to be a great politician."

—US News Apr 10, 2015


discerning (adj)


having or revealing keen insight and good judgment

sành điệu

This audience, responsive and discerning, rained extra approval on every moment deserving of it.

—New York Times Mar 4, 2015


foster (v) /ˈfɒs.tər/

help develop or grow

nuôi dưỡng

Someone is more likely to help you and foster your development if he or she sees the potential and your desire to improve.

—US News Apr 22, 2015


cultivate (v) /ˈkʌl.tɪ.veɪt/

foster the growth of

Exponential improvement requires you to successfully cultivate a positive feedback loop around your users.

—Forbes Apr 16, 2015


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