Vain Là Gì – Nghĩa Của Từ : Vain

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Employers clearly hoped that the workers would stay longer, but their efforts were largely in vain (= unsuccessful).

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She is limited, vain, unintelligent, venal, narcissistic, manipulative, lacking in spirituality, and exceptionally attractive physically.
Even the prosecution, aware of their star witness”s limitations, called her “weak, credulous, foolish, and vain” in closing statements (94).
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The girl married the young man, and he, taking pity on the tragic death of his brother-in-law, tried to use money to save his father-in-law from prosecution, but in vain.
The “strength” to tell the truth that “help is vain,” that consciousness and long struggle alone could bring about social change, is a quality that resonates with twentieth century socialism.
The question further is whether little children are going to die in vain and whether all this agitation over such poisonous deaths is to be in vain.
Furthermore, if a particular soul were to originate without an instrument by means of which it acts and gets its perfection, its existence would be in vain.
All its characters are vain and petty in exactly the same way: in their narrow vision, in their inability to see their situation in linked global conduits and exchanges.
Two cadenzas attempt to resolve the impasse, the first for piano – in vain – the second, for cello, successfully synthesizing the diverse elements and initiating the vigorous coda.
Having tried in vain to defuse the situation and avoid a confrontation, the officials withdrew and left the royal representatives to face the wrath of the people.
After scholars had for years attempted in vain to decipher the notation of troubadour and trouvere melodies, he stated, he had at last found the key.
The becoming does not return, and the return to what was familiar in the past is delusive; attempts recreate points of departure and arrival are vain (ibid., p. 162).


A happy-go-lucky person does not plan much and accepts what happens without becoming worried.

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