US: /ˈkɹaʊn/
UK: /kɹˈa‍ʊn/

English Vietnamese dictionary

crown /kraun/
  • danh từ
    • mũ miện; vua, ngôi vua
      • to wear the crown: làm vua
      • to come to the crown: lên ngôi vua
    • vòng hoa, vòng lá (đội trên đầu); (nghĩa bóng) phần thưởng
      • the crown of victory: vòng hoa chiến thắng
    • đỉnh, ngọn, chóp, chỏm (núi, cây, mũ...)
    • đỉnh đầu; đầu
      • from crown to toe: từ đầu đến chân
    • đỉnh cao nhất, sự tột cùng (của hạnh phúc...)
    • đồng curon (tiền Anh, bằng 5 silinh)
    • thân răng
    • khổ giấy 15 x 20
    • Crown prince
      • thái tử
    • no cross no crown
      • (tục ngữ) có khổ rồi mới có sướng; có gian khổ mới có vinh quang
  • ngoại động từ
    • đội mũ miện; tôn lên làm vua
      • to be crowned [king]: được tôn lên làm vua
    • thưởng, ban thưởng, tặng thưởng; mang vinh dự cho
      • to be crowned with victory: chiến thắng huy hoàng
      • to be crowned with success: thành công rực rỡ
      • to be crowned with glory: được hưởng vinh quang
    • đặt lên đỉnh, bao quanh ở đỉnh
      • the hill is crowned with a wood: đồi có một cánh rừng bao quanh ở đỉnh
    • làm cho hoàn hảo
    • bịt (răng, bằng vàng, bạc...)
    • (từ Mỹ,nghĩa Mỹ), (thông tục) giáng cho một cú vào đầu (ai)
    • (đánh cờ) nâng (một quân cờ đam) len thành con đam
    • to crown all
      • lại thêm nữa là, cuối cùng lại thêm
    • to crown one's misfortunes
      • lại khổ thêm nữa là, cuối cùng lại khổ nữa là
    • crowned heads
      • bọn vua chúa

Advanced English dictionary

noun, verb
+ noun
of king / queen
1 [C] a circular ornament, usually made of gold and jewels, that a king or queen wears on his or her head on official occasions
2 (the Crown) [sing.] the government of a country, thought of as being represented by a king or queen: land owned by the Crown + a Minister of the Crown + Who's appearing for the Crown (= bringing a criminal charge against sb on behalf of the state) in this case?
3 (the crown) [sing.] the position or power of a king or queen: She refused the crown (= refused to become queen). + his claim to the French crown
of flowers / leaves
4 [C] a circle of flowers, leaves, etc. that is worn on sb's head, sometimes as a sign of victory
in sports competition
5 [C, usually sing.] (informal) the position of winning a sports competition: She is determined to retain her Wimbledon crown.
of head / hat
6 (usually the crown) [sing.] the top part of the head or a hat
highest part
7 (usually the crown) [sing.] the highest part of sth: the crown of a hill + from the crown of the final bend
on tooth
8 [C] an artificial cover for a damaged tooth
9 [C] anything in the shape of a crown, especially an ornament or a BADGE
10 [C] a unit of money in several European countries: Czech crowns
11 [C] an old British coin worth five SHILLINGS (= now 25p)
Idioms see JEWEL
+ verb
king / queen
1 to put a crown on the head of a new king or queen as a sign of royal power: [VN] Queen Elizabeth was crowned in 1953. + [VN-N] The prince was soon to be crowned King of England.
cover top
2 [VN] [usually passive] ~ sth (with sth) (written) to form or cover the top of sth: His head was crowned with a mop of brown curls.
make complete
3 [VN] [often passive] ~ sth (with sth) to make sth complete or perfect, especially by adding an achievement, a success, etc: The award of the Nobel Prize has crowned a glorious career in physics. + Their efforts were finally crowned with success.
hit on head
4 [VN] (old-fashioned, slang) to hit sb on the head
5 [VN] to put an artificial cover on a tooth
Synonym: CAP
I've had one of my teeth crowned.
Idioms: to crown it all (BrE) used to say that sth is the final and worst event in a series of unpleasant or annoying events: It was cold and raining, and, to crown it all, we had to walk home.

Thesaurus dictionary

1 coronet, diadem, wreath, fillet, circlet, tiara:
The princess wore a golden crown set with jewels.
2 sovereignty, rule, dominion, authority, government, realm, rulership, jurisdiction:
They discovered many lands and annexed them to the Crown.
3 monarch, ruler, sovereign, potentate; king, queen, emperor, empress, His or Her Majesty, His or Her Highness:
The Crown has very little real power these days.
4 enthrone, Colloq US coronate:
He was crowned on the death of his father.
5 cap, top, surmount, culminate, climax, consummate, fulfil, reward:
All her years of practising the violin were finally crowned with success.

Collocation dictionary

1 that a king/queen wears


wear | place, put on
The crown was placed upon the new monarch's head.

2 the crown: position/power of a king/queen


imperial, royal


offer sb
In 1688 the crown was offered to William and Mary.
| refuse | succeed to
He succeeded to the crown of Spain


In 1553 the crown passed from Edward VI to Mary.


the heir to the crown 2 the Crown
the state as represented by a king/queen




court | jewels | land
a piece of Crown land

3 honour of being the best in a sports competition


Olympic, world, etc.


take, win | lose
He lost his Olympic crown to George Rice.
| fight for | defend, retain

4 top of the head




at the ~
She swept her hair into a bun at the crown of her head.
| on your ~
There were raindrops on his bald crown.

Concise English dictionary

+the Crown (or the reigning monarch) as the symbol of the power and authority of a monarchy
+the part of a tooth above the gum that is covered with enamel
+a wreath or garland worn on the head to signify victory
+an ornamental jewelled headdress signifying sovereignty
+the part of a hat (the vertex) that covers the crown of the head
+an English coin worth 5 shillings
+the upper branches and leaves of a tree
+the top point of a mountain or hill
+the award given to the champion
+the top of the head
+the center of a cambered road
+invest with regal power; enthrone
+be the culminating event
+form the topmost part of
+put an enamel cover on