US: /ˈfjum/
UK: /fjˈuːm/

English Vietnamese dictionary

fume /fju:m/
  • danh từ
    • khói, hơi khói, hơi bốc
      • the fumes of tobacco: khói thuốc lá
      • the fumes of wine: hơi men
    • cơn (xúc động...); cơn giận
      • to be a fume of impatience: đang lúc sốt ruột
      • to be in a fume: đang cơn giận dỗi
  • nội động từ
    • phun khói, phun lửa
    • cáu kỉnh, nổi đoá
      • to fret, fuss and fume over (about) trifles: bực bội, làm ầm lên và cáu kỉnh về những chuyện lặt vặt
    • bốc lên (hơi, khói)
    • ngoại động từ
      • xông hương, xông trầm
      • hơ khói, xông khói, hun khói

    Advanced English dictionary

    + verb
    1 ~ (at / over / about sb/sth) to be very angry about sth: [V] She sat in the car, silently fuming at the traffic jam. + He was fuming with indignation. [also V speech]
    2 [V] to produce smoke or fumes

    Thesaurus dictionary

    1 seethe, smoulder, chafe, boil, rage, storm, rant, flare up, bluster, lose one's temper, explode, Colloq get steamed (up) (over or about), lose one's cool, flip one's lid, flip (out), fly off the handle, hit the roof, raise the roof, blow one's top or stack, get hot under the collar, blow a gasket, go off the deep end:
    She was fuming because I was five minutes late.
    2 smoke:
    The mixture fumes if you add these ingredients.
    3 Usually, fumes. smoke, vapour, effluvium, gas, exhalation, exhaust; smell, odour, aroma, fragrance, stench, stink, miasma; pollution, smog:
    The fumes from O. C. Cabot's cigar spread through the building.

    Collocation dictionary


    inwardly, quietly


    She was still quietly fuming about Peter's remarks.
    | at
    We were all fuming at the delay.


    be left fuming
    Motorists were left fuming as police closed the motorway for six hours.
    | sit/stand (there) fuming
    He sat fuming over what he had just learnt.

    Concise English dictionary

    +a cloud of fine particles suspended in a gas
    +be mad, angry, or furious
    +emit a cloud of fine particles
    +treat with fumes, expose to fumes, especially with the aim of disinfecting or eradicating pests
    +be wet with sweat or blood, as of one's face