US: /ɪkˈstɪŋkt/
UK: /ɛkstˈɪŋkt/

English Vietnamese dictionary

extinct /iks'tiɳkt/
  • tính từ
    • tắt (lửa, núi lửa...)
    • tan vỡ (hy vọng...)
    • không còn nữa, mai một (sự sống, chức vị...)
    • tuyệt giống, tuyệt chủng

Advanced English dictionary

+ adjective
1 (of a type of plant, animal, etc.) no longer in existence: an extinct species + to become extinct + The red squirrel is in danger of becoming extinct in England. + the fossilised remains of extinct animals
2 (of a type of person, job or way of life) no longer in existence in society: Servants are now almost extinct in modern society.
3 (of a VOLCANO) no longer active

Thesaurus dictionary

1 defunct, dead, died out, gone, departed, vanished:
These are the bones of an extinct species of flying mammal.
2 dated, outmoded, old-fashioned, antiquated, obsolete, archaic, out of date, antediluvian, ancient, old hat, passé, démodé:
High-button shoes and bustles have been extinct for almost a century.
3 out, extinguished, quenched, burnt- or put or snuffed out; inactive, dormant:
The lake is in the caldera of an extinct volcano.

Collocation dictionary


be | become, go | presume sth, think sth
The species was presumed extinct.


completely, totally | all but, almost, nearly, practically, virtually
The numbers of these animals have been falling steadily and they are now almost extinct.

Concise English dictionary

+no longer in existence; lost or especially having died out leaving no living representatives
+(of e.g. volcanos) permanently inactive
+being out or having grown cold