Scrutiny trong tin tức
Ví dụ collocations
|came under scrutiny||Được xem xét kỹ lưỡng|
|come under scrutiny||Được xem xét kỹ lưỡng|
|media scrutiny||Giám sát phương tiện truyền thông|
|public scrutiny||Sự giám sát của công chúng|
|strict scrutiny||Kiểm tra chặt chẽ|
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