"Winged words" nghĩa là gì?
"Winged words" = những lời có cánh -> nghĩa là bài phát biểu/nói chuyện hùng hồn, rất ý nghĩa, có tác động lớn.
Maybe you’re seeking some inspiration (nguồn cảm hứng) from butterfly quotes about love or change. Or perhaps you have a child who’s obsessed (ám ảnh) with butterflies, and you want to share a few of these winged words with them (or keep them handy for that butterfly-themed birthday party you know you’ll be throwing soon). Either way, we’ve got you covered.
The “winged words” category (danh mục) includes phrases or expressions that have been divorced (tách) from their original meaning, but have already become widely used in society. For example, “patiesais labums”, or “true benefit”, has become divorced from the original expression “patiesais labuma guvējs” for “true beneficiary”. Another candidate is the Latvian for alarm “raisers”, or “cēlēji” and “cēlāji”.
Singing in public is as near as our disenchanted (làm tỉnh ngộ) world gets to the “winged words” that the heroes of Greek epics speak, which fly like feathered arrows to pierce (chọc thủng) their listeners and leave them changed.
Dan Green, the program manager, had more winged words to utter for CHIPS: “Now we are moving beyond pretty pictures and mere words, and we are rolling up our sleeves to do the hard work it will take to change the way we think about, design, and build our microelectronic (vi điện tử) systems.”
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