Nghĩa của từ skyrocketed bằng Tiếng Anh

(of a price, rate, or amount) increase very steeply or rapidly.
the cost of housing has skyrocketed

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1. The condo prices in AC skyrocketed.

2. Housing prices have skyrocketed in recent months.

3. Wages and prices have skyrocketed.

4. The trade deficit has skyrocketed.

5. House rent in safe quarters in Shanghai has skyrocketed.

6. Production has dropped while prices and unemployment have skyrocketed.

7. He skyrocketed into the room and knock down a chair.

8. Although my tuition skyrocketed in Miami, our financial situation improved.

9. China's steel production capacity has skyrocketed while capacity is fragmented.

10. Advertising budgets skyrocketed to the point of matching or exceeding actual product costs.

11. In a chain reaction on a world scale, prices on innumerable commodities skyrocketed within weeks.

12. The next year the number of such tips skyrocketed to almost 5,000.

13. The film Howrah Bridge (1958) skyrocketed his career as lyricist to unpredescented heights.

14. Soon afterward prices skyrocketed, government spending was slashed, and heavy new taxes went into effect.

15. TSMC share prices skyrocketed to reach the ceiling price of 60 NT in mid-session.

16. The price of housing in China skyrocketed because of the hot money of the international speculators .

17. With growing global demand for oil, especially from China and India, and a decline in easily extractable oilfields, prices skyrocketed.

18. It quickly proved profitable, but during the late 1970s the Silicon Valley explosion occurred and the land skyrocketed in value.

19. Flynn took ownership of ENCOM in 1982 as the company skyrocketed to the top of the tech industry.

20. As the civil war intensified and the Communist armies neared Canton, prices for food and other necessities skyrocketed.

21. After plunging to the bottom three years ago, housing prices in 94109 skyrocketed nearly 80 percent to also surpass previous highs.

22. But acceptance skyrocketed to 75 percent for those players who took 10 minutes to fill out a questionnaire after receiving the lowball offer.

23. The average outlay for a wedding and a reception (wedding feast) has skyrocketed past $6,000, with some so luxurious as to merit a $50,000-plus price tag.

24. As Discovery News reports, thanks to a critical shortage last year, the price of the isotope helium-3 has skyrocketed from $150 per liter to $5, 000 per liter.

25. As Discovery News reports, thanks to a critical shortage last year, the price of the isotope helium-3 has skyrocketed from $150 per liter to $ 000 per liter.

26. The number of visitors to Dingle skyrocketed after the scenic harbor town served as the setting for the Academy Award-winning Ryan's Daughter, a 1970 film starring Robert Mitchum.

27. Global greenhouse gas emissions have skyrocketed over the past few decades on the back of relatively cheap oil, but as the price rises, it pays to decarbonize, and the climate will benefit.

28. For instance , if you consistently bake with olive oil and you see that the price has skyrocketed , a simple switch to applesauce ( something that you might even be able to make if you have an apple tree ) is a great cheap and low-fat substitution for many recipes .

29. Figures easily accessed on the KCSC website show that the removal of objectionable content – which covers a range of categories from obscenity and defamation to national security issues – has skyrocketed since the agency’s creation, from roughly 10,000 blocked or deleted websites and Internet postings in 2008 to more than 85,000 in 2013.

30. Erectile dysfunction What is erectile dysfunction (ED)? Erectile dysfunction (ED) occurs when a man has repeated problems sustaining an erection. Without treatment, ED can make sexual intercourse difficult. The condition, sometimes called impotence, affects an estimated 15 million to 30 million men in the U.S. While the topic was once taboo, awareness has skyrocketed with recent advances in treatment for ED. ED vs. Poor libido There are several forms of male sexual dysfunction, including poor libido and problems with ejaculation. But ED refers specifically to problems achieving or maintaining an erection. Men with ED often have a healthy libido, yet the body fails to respond. In most cases, there is a physical basis for the problem. Symptoms of ED Symptoms of ED include: Triệu chứng của rối loạn chức năng cương dương gồm:     * Erections that are too soft for sex.     * Erections that last only briefly.     * An inability to achieve erections. These symptoms may occur every time sex is initiated or only some of the time. Who gets ED? ED becomes more common as men age, but it is not a part of aging. At age 40, about 5% of men experience ED. At age 65, this number jumps to between 15% and 25%. But this does not mean growing older is the end of your sex life. ED can be treated at any age. The mechanics of ED An erection occurs when blood fills two chambers known as the corpora cavernosa. This causes the penis to expand and stiffen, much like a balloon as it is filled with water. The process is triggered by impulses from the brain and genital nerves. Anything that blocks these impulses or restricts blood flow to the penis can result in ED. Causes of ED: Chronic disease The link between chronic disease and ED is most striking for diabetes (depicted here by a blood sugar test). Nearly one out of every two men with diabetes experiences ED. Other conditions that may cause ED include cardiovascular disease, atherosclerosis (hardening of the arteries), kidney disease, and multiple sclerosis. These illnesses can impair blood flow or nerve impulses throughout the body. Causes of ED: Lifestyle Lifestyle choices that impair blood circulation can contribute to ED. Smoking, excessive drinking, and drug abuse may damage the blood vessels and reduce blood flow to the penis. Smoking makes men with atherosclerosis particularly vulnerable to ED. Being overweight and getting too little exercise are other possible risk factors. Causes of ED: Surgery Surgery, including treatments for prostate or bladder cancer, can sometimes damage nerves and blood vessels near the penis. In some cases, the nerve damage is permanent, and the patient will require treatment to achieve an erection. In others, surgery causes temporary ED that improves on its own after 6 to 18 months. Causes of ED: Medication ED may be a side effect of medication, including certain blood pressure drugs, antidepressants, tranquilizers, and antihistamines. Men should talk with their doctor if they suspect a prescription or over-the-counter drug may be causing erectile problems. Causes of ED: Psychological ED usually has something physical behind it, particularly in older men. But psychological factors may be to blame in 10% to 20% of men with ED. Experts say stress, depression, poor self-esteem, and performance anxiety can short-circuit the process that leads to an erection. These factors can also make the problem worse in men whose ED stems from something physical. ED and bicycling Research suggests avid cyclists suffer more ED than other athletes. The trouble lies in the shape of some bicycle seats that put pressure on the perineum. This area between the anus and scrotum contains arteries and nerves vital to sexual arousal. Cyclists who ride for many hours each week may benefit from seats designed to protect the perineum. Diagnosing ED: Physical Exam To diagnose ED, your doctor will ask you questions about your symptoms and medical history. The doctor will conduct a complete physical exam to uncover signs such as poor circulation or nerve trouble. And your physician will look for abnormalities of the genital area that could cause problems with erections. Diagnosing ED: Lab tests Several lab tests can help diagnose male sexual problems. Measuring testosterone levels can determine whether there is a hormonal imbalance, which is often linked to decreased desire. Blood cell counts, cholesterol levels, and liver function tests can reveal medical conditions that may account for ED. ED: A sign of heart disease? In some cases, ED can be a warning sign of more serious disease. A 2010 study suggests ED is a strong predictor of heart attack, stroke, and death from cardiovascular disease. The researchers say all men diagnosed with ED should be evaluated for cardiovascular disease. This does not mean every man with ED will develop heart disease, or that every man with heart disease has ED, but patients should be aware of the link. Treating ED: Lifestyle changes Many men with ED are able to improve sexual function by making a few lifestyle changes. Giving up smoking, losing weight, and exercising more often can help by improving blood flow. If you suspect a medication could be contributing to ED, talk to your doctor about adjusting your dosage or switching to another option. Treating ED: Medications You've probably heard of Viagra, but it's not the only pill for ED. This class of drugs also includes Cialis, Levitra and Staxyn. All work by improving blood flow to the penis during arousal. They're generally taken an hour before sexual activity and should not be used more than once a day. Cialis can be taken up to 36 hours before sexual activity and also comes in a lower, daily dose. Staxyn dissolves in the mouth. All require an OK from your doctor first for safety. Treating ED: Injections While pills for ED are convenient, some men sustain stronger erections by injecting medication directly into the penis. Drugs approved for this purpose work by widening the blood vessels, causing the penis to become engorged with blood. Another option is inserting a medicated pellet into the urethra. The pellet can trigger an erection within 10 minutes. Treating ED: Vacuum Devices (Pumps) Vacuum devices for ED, also called pumps, offer an alternative to medication. The penis is placed inside a cylinder. A pump draws air out of the cylinder, creating a partial vacuum around the penis. This causes it to fill with blood, leading to an erection. An elastic band worn around the base of the penis maintains the erection during intercourse. Treating ED: Surgery If ED is caused by a blockage in an artery leading to the penis, surgery can often restore blood flow. Good candidates are typically younger men whose blockage stems from an injury to the crotch or pelvis. The procedure is not recommended for older men with narrowing of the arteries. Treating ED: Implants In men with persistent ED, a penile implant can restore sexual function. An inflatable implant uses two cylinders that are surgically placed inside the penis. When an erection is desired, the man uses a pump to fill the cylinders with pressurized fluid. Another option is a malleable implant, which bolsters erections with surgically implanted rods. Treating ED: Psychotherapy Even when ED has a known physical cause, psychotherapy can be beneficial. A therapist can teach the man and his partner techniques to reduce performance anxiety and improve intimacy. Therapy can also help couples adjust to the use of vacuum devices and implants. Treating ED: Alternative therapies Talk with your doctor before trying supplements for ED. They can contain 10 or more ingredients and may complicate other health conditions. Asian ginseng and ginkgo biloba are popular, but there isn't a lot of good research on their effectiveness. Some men find that taking a DHEA supplement improves their ability to have an erection. Unfortunately, the long-term safety of DHEA supplements is unknown. Most doctors do not recommend using it. Treating ED: Buyer beware A quick web search will reveal dozens of "dietary supplements" that claim to treat ED. But the FDA warns that many of these are not what they seem. An investigation discovered the pills often contain prescription drugs not listed on the label, including the active ingredient in Viagra. This puts the man at risk for dangerous drug interactions. ED: Reducing your risk Some tips to reduce your risk of ED include:     * Exercise and maintain a healthy weight.     * Stop smoking.     * Avoid alcohol and substance abuse.     * Keep your diabetes under control. Discussing ED with your partner It's natural to feel angry or embarrassed when dealing with ED. But don't forget that your partner is also affected. Talking openly about ED will help your partner understand the diagnosis and treatment options. This will reassure your partner that you haven't lost interest.