Định nghĩa Event | Event đi với giới từ gì? In the event hay at the event?

Định nghĩa Event | Event đi với giới từ gì? In the event hay at the event? là câu hỏi của rất nhiều người khi học tiếng Anh. Bài viết này, Cafeduhoc.net sẽ giải đáp thắc mắc của các bạn.

Event đi với giới từ gì? In the event or at the event?
Event đi với giới từ gì? In the event hay at the event?

Event Tiếng Anh là gì?


Danh từ

  • Sự việc, sự kiện (anything that happens, especially something important or unusual)
  • (thể dục,thể thao) cuộc đấu, cuộc thi (one of a set of races or competitions)
  • Trường hợp, khả năng có thể xảy ra

in the event of success
trong trường hợp thành công

at all events; in any event
trong bất kỳ trường hợp nào, trong mọi tình huống

  • Kết quả

Event đi với giới từ gì? In the event hay at the event?

Cả hai đều đúng, chúng ta cần thêm ngữ cảnh để biết dùng giới từ nào cho đúng.

Nói rằng I am “in the event” có nghĩa là bằng cách nào đó bạn đang tham gia vào quá trình sản xuất / duy trì sự kiện.

Nói rằng I am “at the event” có nghĩa là bạn đang tham dự với tư cách khách mời và không chịu trách nhiệm duy trì sự kiện tiếp tục.

VD: The basketball game is the event. When you say you are at the event it means you are in the place the event is taking place. For example, the crowd at the basketball game. They are where the event is taking place but they are not part of it, therefore, they are at the event.

Các giới từ theo sau Event

• He has had a fertile field from which to produce this volume, and has frequently found it necessary to condense the facts in order to embody the most interesting events of his life.
• W.H. CONANT, Gossamer Rubber Co., Boston, Mass.:–“I have read the book with great pleasure and it produced a vivid reminiscence of the striking events in base ball, so full of interest to all lovers of the game.”
• Education has not really removed his common-sense, as some say, his power to connect passing events with their causes, and to act reasonably; but it has set his thought on some other thought for the time being, and the dinner-bell, we will say, does not detach him from his inquiry.
• Then as Jack Vance and Diggory stood staring blankly at each other in the deepening winter twilight, they suddenly blossomed out into heroes– heroes, it is true, in flannel cricket-caps and turned-down collars, but heroes, at all events to my mind, as genuine in the spirit which prompted their action as those whose deeds are known in song and story.
• Let matters take their course unhindered, at all events by him.
• As this story is to be a history of the Triple Alliance, and not of The Birches, it will be necessary to pass over many things which happened at the preparatory school, in order that full justice may be done to the important parts played by our three friends in an epoch of strange and stirring events at Ronleigh College.
• “Why not leave the country now; at all events for a few years?”
• But as man dates events from his birth, his marriage, his freedom from a bondage, or some foundation-step in his career, so all things seemed to Kazan to begin with two tragedies which had followed one fast upon the other after the birth of Gray Wolf’s pups.
• Tomlin, of course, would have no recollection of events after ten o’clock, but the commercial traveler, who could be traced, might be induced to tell the truth if assured that the police needed the information solely for purposes in connection with their inquiry into the murder.

The word Events in cut out magazine letters pinned to a cork notice board

• One of the men who has exercised the greatest influence on European events during the last ten years, one of the most intelligent of living statesmen, once told me that it was his opinion that the Kaiser did not want the War, but neither did he wish to prevent it.
• And thus is this special house-party providence responsible for a great number of marriages, and, it may be, for a large percentage of the divorce cases; for, if you desire very heartily to see anything of another member of a house-party, this lax-minded and easy-going providence will somehow always bring the event about in a specious manner, and without any apparent thought of the consequences.
• In old times there was a description of prophets who pretended to prepare themselves for the foreboding of future events through the medium of sacred dreams.
• When shaving promised to become a manly accomplishment, his complexion suddenly clouded, postponing that event until long after it had become a hirsute necessity.
• Another article of the Treaty, though of less importance in itself, has been brought by recent events into so much prominence that it may be desirable to give in full the views of its author respecting it.
• The month of December had nearly passed away; the famine became extreme, and there was no hope of any favorable event within the terms specified in the capitulation.
• Whereas the territory south of the Mississippi Territory and eastward of the river Mississippi, and extending to the river Perdido, of which possession was not delivered to the United States in pursuance of the treaty concluded at Paris on the 30th April, 1803, has at all times, as is well known, been considered and claimed by them as being within the colony of Louisiana conveyed by the said treaty in the same extent that it had in the hands of Spain and that it had when France originally possessed it; and Whereas the acquiescence of the United States in the temporary continuance of the said territory under the Spanish authority was not the result of any distrust of their title, as has been particularly evinced by the general tenor of their laws and by the distinction made in the application of those laws between that territory and foreign countries, but was occasioned by their conciliatory views and by a confidence in the justice of their cause and in the success of candid discussion and amicable negotiation with a just and friendly power; and Whereas a satisfactory adjustment, too long delayed, without the fault of the United States, has for some time been entirely suspended by events over which they had no control; and Whereas a crisis has at length arrived subversive of the order of things under the Spanish authorities, whereby a failure of the United States to take the said territory into its possession may lead to events ultimately contravening the views of both parties, whilst in the meantime the tranquillity and security of our adjoining territories are endangered and new facilities given to violations of our revenue and commercial laws and of those prohibiting the introduction of slaves; Considering, moreover, that under these peculiar and imperative circumstances a forbearance on the part of the United States to occupy the territory in question, and thereby guard against the confusions and contingencies which threaten it, might be construed into a dereliction of their title or an insensibility to the importance of the stake; considering that in the hands of the United States it will not cease to be a subject of fair and friendly negotiation and adjustment; considering, finally, that the acts of Congress, though contemplating a present possession by a foreign authority, have contemplated also an eventual possession of the said territory by the United States, and are accordingly so framed as in that case to extend in their operation to the same: Now be it known that I, James Madison, President of the United States of America, in pursuance of these weighty and urgent considerations, have deemed it right and requisite that possession should be taken of the said territory in the name and behalf of the United States.
• Nothing can be better, but in spite of such wise precautions, you may find yourself destitute of any, as, for example, some event beyond the reach of human foresight may interfere with these arrangements, may have for principle always to finish with all the mistresses at once, before enabling you to find any one to keep you busy during the interregnum.
• XI For many hours Ling remained in his room, examining in his mind all passages, either in his own life or in the lives of others, which might by any chance have influence on the event before him.
• This was an event without precedent.
• The interest depended upon the development of an allegorical subject apposite to the event which the performance proposed to celebrate, such as a royal marriage, or birthday, or visit, or progress, or a marriage or other notable event among the nobility and gentry attached to the court, or an entertainment in honor of some distinguished personage.
• While these arrangements were under discussion, in the autumn following the stormy events above described, in spite of the threats thrown out by the extreme party, Lord Elgin, after a progress in Upper Canada in which he was accompanied by his family, made a short tour in the Western districts, the stronghold of British feeling, attended only by one aide-de-camp and a servant, ‘so as to contradict the allegation that he required protection.’

• I guess he event down the bay crabbing.
• It is not pertinent to the present subject to recite the events between the delivery of the Treaty to the Germans on May 7 and its signature on June 28.
• If she could be sure that he was ulteriorly shaping events against Jack–was acquainted with his whereabouts–she would have known exactly what to do.
• “Gentlemen, so much for events up till now!
• 9:3 This is an evil among all things that are done under the sun, that there is one event unto all: yea, also the heart of the sons of men is full of evil, and madness is in their heart while they live, and after that they go to the dead.
• Now, on this head, I am conscious of a certain natural resistance in my mind to events unlike the order of nature.
• To us it is very much as if Ivanhoe were made out to be an allegory of incidents in the French Revolution; or as if the ‘tale of Troy divine’ were, not a nature-myth or Euemeristic legend of long past ages, but a symbolical representation of events under the Pisistratidae.
• CHAPTER X AT VERSAILLES It was just a week after Mr. Calvert’s visit to the hotel d’Azay and the affair of the rue St. Antoine, that the day arrived for the consummation of that great event toward which all France, nay, all Europe, had been looking for months past.
• We saw that it was so at the time of Trafalgar, and we see that it has been so in the war between Russia and Japan, at all events throughout the 1904 campaign.
• The course of events round him impelled him in the same direction, and furnished him with new comrades, on whom henceforth he was to act, and who were to react most powerfully on him.
• To the eye they retain the semblance of other beings; but try them by touch, that is by contact with people, with events outside their groove, and they are stone,–agatized men and women.
• I have written these sketches for my own satisfaction and the refreshment of my memory, in the leading scenes and events of my first winter on the island, giving prominence to the state and changes of the weather, the occurrences among the natives, and the moral, social, and domestic events around me.


    • What do you want to happen in the case of unexpected events? No one wants to think about something going wrong, but in the event that it does, it’s better to have thought about your options in advance. 

    • Bạn muốn điều gì xảy ra trong trường hợp bất ngờ xảy ra? Không ai muốn nghĩ về điều gì đó không ổn, nhưng trong trường hợp xảy ra, tốt hơn hết bạn nên suy nghĩ trước về các lựa chọn của mình.
    • Because some women need cesarean sections, your birth plan should probably cover your wishes in the event that your labor takes an unexpected turn. You might also think about other possible complications, such as premature birth. 

    • Vì một số phụ nữ cần mổ lấy thai, nên kế hoạch sinh nở của bạn có lẽ nên đáp ứng mong muốn của bạn trong trường hợp chuyển dạ bất ngờ. Bạn cũng có thể nghĩ đến các biến chứng khác có thể xảy ra, chẳng hạn như sinh non.
  • The pitchlock system is used to prevent the prop from going to flat pitch in the event that all the prop fluid is lost.

  • Hệ thống chốt chặn được sử dụng để ngăn cánh chống chuyển động bằng mặt phẳng trong trường hợp tất cả chất lỏng chống bị mất đi.
  • So the purpose of making that note was to cover himself in the event that there was some dispute as to what was told to the client.

  • Vì vậy, mục đích của việc ghi chú đó là để che đậy bản thân trong trường hợp có một số tranh chấp về những gì đã nói với khách hàng.
  • Promoters reserve the right to substitute prizes of equal value in the event that unavoidable circumstances happen.

  • Nhà khuyến mại có quyền thay thế các giải thưởng có giá trị tương đương trong trường hợp không thể tránh khỏi xảy ra.
  • There was real doubt as to whether the later trial would go ahead in the event that there were findings of guilt in the initial trial.

  • Thực sự có nghi ngờ về việc liệu phiên tòa sau có được tiến hành trong trường hợp có phát hiện có tội trong phiên tòa đầu tiên hay không.
  • This throw is also effective in the event that an attacker facing you is able to pull your head down in order to get you in a neck lock. 

  • Cú ném này cũng có hiệu quả trong trường hợp kẻ tấn công đối mặt với bạn có thể kéo đầu bạn xuống để khiến bạn bị khóa cổ.
  • Showroom is not currently an issue for the museum, although in the event that there is an expansion it could become an issue.
  • Phòng trưng bày hiện không phải là một vấn đề đối với bảo tàng, mặc dù trong trường hợp có sự mở rộng, nó có thể trở thành một vấn đề.
  • Host regulators must act boldly against international banks in the event that there are eminent issues.

  • Các cơ quan quản lý chủ nhà phải mạnh dạn hành động chống lại các ngân hàng quốc tế trong trường hợp có vấn đề nổi cộm.
  • The only issue with this method occurs in the event that there actually is an afterlife.

  • Vấn đề duy nhất với phương pháp này xảy ra trong trường hợp thực sự có một thế giới bên kia.
  • In the event of an actual emergency, we will be told what to do.

  • Trong trường hợp thực sự khẩn cấp, chúng tôi sẽ được hướng dẫn những gì cần làm





Từ vựng

Ý nghĩa từ vựng

a close call


một điều gì đó tồi tệ gần như đã xảy ra

a close/near thing


một điều gì đó tồi tệ gần như đã xảy ra

be (all) part of life’s rich tapestry/pageant


là một trong những trải nghiệm khó khăn hoặc tồi tệ là một phần của cuộc sống đầy đủ và thú vị


nếu hai ý kiến, tuyên bố hoặc phẩm chất xung đột với nhau, chúng rất khác nhau


một sự kiện gây khó chịu hoặc bất thường

in case

một tình huống cụ thể hoặc ví dụ về một cái gì đó

as long as




on (the) condition that

chỉ khi

on the assumption that

chỉ khi


Bài học vừa rồi đã đề cập đến ý nghĩa, cách sử dụng và các từ, cụm từ có liên quan đến cụm từ “in the event that”. Bạn hãy thường xuyên luyện tập đặt câu và nhắc lại sau một khoảng thời gian nhất định để tăng khả năng ghi nhớ cụm từ này hơn nhé! Mong rằng qua bài học hôm nay, bạn đã thu nạp được nhiều kiến thức hữu ích!

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