"Every so often" nghĩa là gì?

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'Every so often' -> thỉnh thoảng, đôi khi.

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“We get breaks (kì nghỉ) every so often,” Kate said. “Sometimes we have breaks through the winter where we will have a day or two, then Christmas and New Year’s. We don’t really have super long breaks other than after summer swimming ends.

Generally speaking, the Philippines is not famous for its food, and cardiologists (bác sĩ tim mạch) consider it downright (đích thực) evil. In their own kitchens, Filipinos tend to cook meat with stunning amounts of sugar and salt, and to soak it in bagoong, a sort of brine. But no matter how poor, they like to splash out (vung tiền) every so often on fast food.

This could be a personal issue, but I tried every size of earbud (nút tai nghe) cap that came with Sony’s headphones, and all of them eventually bothered my ear canals at least a little bit. I’m glad that Sony offers so many sizes, but with every size I tried, when I wore them for long periods, I’d have to take them out every so often because they made my ears feel itchy (ngứa), somehow.

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