n. thợ
a. thực hành, thuộc về sự mổ xẻ, công hiệu, có hiệu lực, thuộc về thợ thuyền

عبارات توضيحيه

"You believe it was the Guild operative, Seichan," he said.
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A crossbeam (3) being the lower in the operative position thereof is provided with fixing elements.
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And to carry it out, they've sent their best and most elusive operative.
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By electrifying the drop we may introduce a force operative in the opposite direction.
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His field operative, Lieutenant Rachel Verona, informed him that you passed on some bit of intel.
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In operative paragraph 2, the words "on a voluntary basis" were inserted after the words "to provide".
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Light radiation from the light-emitting diode 3, having passed through the lens 2, is concentrated on the operative field.
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The last three words of operative paragraph 5 were retained by 142 votes to 2, with 11 abstentions.
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The packer 2 is brought into its operative position, thus separating the well space surrounding the pipe string 1.
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There had still been no sign of Gray, his parents, or the wounded Guild operative.
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being in force or having or exerting force: in effect, good, working, effective, operant, in force, operational, operating, in operation
someone who can be employed as a detective to collect information: detective, inquiry agent, house dick, private investigator, store detective, hotel detective, private eye, house detective, private detective, sherlock, shamus, PI
a person secretly employed in espionage for a government: agent-in-place, walk-in, agent provocateur, codetalker, spy, intelligence agent, secret agent, NOC, agent, windtalker, provocateur, bridge agent, intelligence officer, foot, undercover agent, case officer
(of e.g. a machine) performing or capable of performing: running, working, functioning, functional
relating to or requiring or amenable to treatment by surgery especially as opposed to medicine: postoperative, surgical, preoperative
effective; producing a desired effect: important, significant

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