US: /ˈfɪɫtɝ/
UK: /fˈɪltɐ/

English Vietnamese dictionary

  • (điều khiển học); (vật lí) cái lọc, bộ lọc, máy lọc
  • all-pass f. máy lọc pha
  • amplitude f. máy lọc biên độ
  • band f. máy lọc giải
  • band-elimination f. máy lọc khử theo giải
  • bandpass f. cái lọc băng (giải)
  • elamping f. cái lọc được giữ cố định
  • compensating f. cái lọc bổ chính
  • discontinuous f. máy lọc xung
  • feedback f. cái lọc hệ ngược
  • frequency f. cái lọc tần số
  • high-pass f. cái lọc sao
  • infinite memory f. bộ lọc có nhớ vô hạn
  • interference f. máy lọc chống nhiễu loạn
  • lossless f. máy lọc không hao
  • low-pass f. máy lọc các tần thấp
  • mode f. cái lọc kiểu sóng
  • noise f. cái lọc tiếng ồn
  • nonlinear f. bộ lọc không tuyến tính
  • normalized f. bộ lọc được chuẩn hoá
  • optimun f. bộ lọc tối ưu
  • output f. máy lọc (có) lối ra
  • predicting f. cái lọc tiên đoán
  • pulsed f. máy lọc xung
  • seperation f. cái lọc tách
  • stable f. cái lọc ổn định
  • suppression f. máy lọc chẵn
  • total f. bộ lọc phức
  • tuned f. cái lọc cộng hưởng
  • wave f. cái lọc sóng

Advanced English dictionary

noun, verb
+ noun
1 a device containing paper, sand, chemicals, etc. that a liquid or gas is passed through in order to remove any materials that are not wanted: an air / oil filter + a coffee / water filter + filter paper for the coffee machine + He smokes cigarettes without filters.
2 a device that allows only particular types of light or sound to pass through it: The camera has an anti-glare filter.
3 (BrE) a light on a set of TRAFFIC LIGHTS showing that traffic can turn left or right while traffic that wants to go straight ahead must wait: a filter lane
+ verb
1 [VN] to pass liquid, light, etc. through a special device, especially to remove sth that is not wanted: All drinking water must be filtered. + filtered air / coffee + Use a sun block that filters UVA effectively. + (figurative) My secretary is very good at filtering my calls (= making sure that calls that I do not want do not get through).
2 [V +adv./prep.] (of people) to move slowly in a particular direction: The doors opened and people started filtering through.
3 [V +adv./prep.] (of information, news, etc.) to slowly become known: More details about the crash are filtering through.
4 [V +adv./prep.] (of light or sound) to come into a place slowly or in small amounts: Sunlight filtered in through the curtains.
5 [V] (BrE) (of traffic at traffic lights) to turn left at traffic lights while other vehicles wanting to go straight ahead or turn right must wait
Phrasal Verbs: filter sth<->out to remove sth that you do not want from a liquid, light, etc. by using a special device or substance: to filter out dust particles / light / impurities + (figurative) The test is used to filter out candidates who may be unsuitable.

Thesaurus dictionary

1 sieve, colander, riddle, screen, strainer, gauze, cloth, cheesecloth, membrane:
To allow the liquid to pass through, a clean filter must be used.
2 Sometimes, filter out. strain, screen, sift, winnow, clarify, refine, purify, clean; separate, weed out, exclude, eliminate:
Some people filter tap water to improve its taste. This company would be improved if we could filter out the undesirable elements.
3 leach, percolate, drip, seep, dribble, trickle, drain, run or pass through, ooze:
The rainwater is filtered through fine sand to purify it.

Concise English dictionary

+device that removes something from whatever passes through it
+an electrical device that alters the frequency spectrum of signals passing through it
+remove by passing through a filter
+pass through
+run or flow slowly, as in drops or in an unsteady stream