Threat trong tin tức
Ví dụ collocations
|major threat||Mối đe dọa lớn|
|pose a threat||Đe dọa|
|serious threat||Mối đe dọa nghiêm trọng|
|threat posed||Mối đe dọa đặt ra|
|triple threat||Mối đe dọa ba|
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· Additional charges for jailed white nationalist →
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· Los Angeles and San Diego public schools will be online only this fall →
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