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/ˌinfəˈdemik/ noun: infodemic; plural noun: infodemics
a surfeit of information about a problem that is viewed as being a detriment to its solution.
Conspiracy theories and fake news: Fighting the Covid-19 ‘infodemic’. Disinformation and conspiracy theories surrounding the global coronavirus pandemic have flooded the internet – often with an additional nudge from world leaders and celebrities – presenting a challenge for health authorities, social media platforms, journalists, fact-checkers and concerned citizens worldwide. (.france24.com)
freedom of navigation operations; Freedom of Navigation Operations (FONOPs) are one of the principal tools by which the United States challenges maritime claims deemed excessive under international law.
Fed Up With FONOPS: China ‘Expels’ US Warship From South China Sea, Urges Focus on COVID-19. In an echo of rhetoric deployed against Beijing for months, Chinese warships drove a US Navy destroyer out of contested waters, urging Washington to focus on combating the COVID-19 outbreak that has killed more than 50,000 Americans. (Sputnik)
— phrasal verb with cast verb
If you cast off something, you get rid of it because it is no longer necessary or useful to you, or because it is harmful to you.
如果你 cast off 某样东西，你想摆脱它，因为它对你来说不再是必要的或有用的，或者因为它对你有害；摒弃；取消
French MPs back prime minister's plan to cast off coronavirus lockdown. France’s Assemblée nationale on Tuesday backed prime minister Edouard Philippe’s vision for the country to emerge from a two-month lockdown caused by the coronavirus pandemic. (RFI)
verb: oppose or resist (something that seems oppressive or inevitable).
"the shares bucked the market trend" 抵制; 反抗
President Trump has been floating the idea — and McConnell is moving early to crush it and more generally, encouraging Republican senators to buck the president's freewheeling spending ideas. (Axios)
The definition of full-throated is having a full, rich sound. When you scream with all of the power you have, this is an example of a scream that would be described as full-throated ； (figuratively) showing strong feelings； Expressed loudly or vigorously.
Biden, 77, has emerged as the presumptive nominee after his only remaining rival Bernie Sanders gave him a full-throated endorsement earlier this month. The obvious explanation for Clinton's tweets is that she intended to endorse Biden as well – which is exactly what happened once the event started. （RT）
noun /ˈdaɪ.nə.moʊ/ plural dynamos
1. a machine for converting mechanical energy into electrical energy; a generator. 发电机
2. an extremely energetic person； an energetic force
Asian countries can be a ‘dynamo’ for the world and contribute to global development and economic growth in the future, according to Tan Sri Rafidah Aziz. The former international trade and industry minister said Asia had a huge market for goods and services, and was also a human resource provider. (thesundaily.my)