US: /ˈɡət/
UK: /ɡˈʌt/

English Vietnamese dictionary

gut /gʌt/
  • danh từ
    • ruột
      • small gut: ruột non
      • blind gut: ruột tịt
    • (số nhiều) ruột, lòng (thú vật)
    • sự can đảm, sự quyết tâm; (số nhiều) (thực vật học) sự gan góc, sự gan dạ, khí phách, tinh thần chịu đựng
      • a fellow full of gut: người can đảm gan góc
    • (số nhiều) (thông tục) cái bụng, cái thùng chứa (tượng trưng cho sự tham ăn, tham uống)
    • (số nhiều) (thông tục) nội dung chính, phần có giá trị (của cái gì)
      • guts of a speech: nội dung chính của bài nói
    • dây ruột mèo (dùng cho đàn viôlông); dây cước (để câu cá); chỉ khâu vết mổ
    • đường hẻm nhỏ; cửa hẹp (sông, biển)
    • ngoại động từ
      • moi ruột (một con vật)
        • to gut a fish: moi ruột cá
      • phá huỷ bên trong
        • a house gutted by fire: ngôi nhà bị lửa thiêu sạch bên trong (chỉ còn bốn bức tường)
      • rút ruột, rút gan; rút hết tinh tuý (một cuốn sách)
      • nội động từ
        • tọng, nốc cho đầy

      Advanced English dictionary

      noun, verb, adjective
      + noun
      1 [C] the tube in the body through which food passes when it leaves the stomach
      Synonym: INTESTINE
      2 (guts) [pl.] the organs in and around the stomach, especially in an animal: I'll only cook fish if the guts have been removed.
      3 [C] (informal) a person's stomach, especially when it is large
      Synonym: BELLY
      Have you seen the gut on him! + a beer gut (= caused by drinking beer)
      4 (guts) [pl.] (informal) the courage and determination that it takes to do sth difficult or unpleasant: He doesn't have the guts to walk away from a well-paid job.
      5 [C, usually pl.] the place where your natural feelings that make you react in a particular way are thought to be: I had a feeling in my guts that something was wrong.
      6 (guts) [pl.] the most important part of sth: the guts of the problem / argument
      7 [U] = CATGUT
      Idioms: have sb's guts for garters (BrE, informal) to be very angry with sb and punish them severely for sth they have done: She'll have your guts for garters if she ever finds out.
      slog / sweat / work your guts out (informal) to work very hard to achieve sth: I slogged my guts out for those exams.
      more at BUST v., HATE v., SPILL v.
      + verb (-tt-) [VN]
      1 [usually passive] to destroy the inside or contents of a building or room: a factory gutted by fire + The house was completely gutted.
      2 to remove the organs from inside a fish or an animal to prepare it for cooking: The fish was already cleaned and gutted.
      + adjective [only before noun] based on feelings and emotions rather than thought and reason: a gut feeling / reaction

      Thesaurus dictionary

      1 Often, guts. bowels, intestines, entrails, viscera, stomach, offal, vitals, vital parts, gurry, Brit (of a deer) gralloch, Colloq insides, innards or inwards:
      As soon as the game is killed, the guts must be removed.
      2 stomach, abdomen, belly; beer-belly, bay window, corporation:
      His enormous gut hung over his belt.
      3 guts.
      (a) backbone, bravery, boldness, audacity, pluck, courage, determination, daring, spirit, grit, mettle, gumption, nerve, intestinal fortitude, Colloq spunk, gutsiness, Slang Brit bottle, Taboo balls:
      He hasn't the guts to tell the boss what he thinks of him.
      (b) integrity, will-power, stamina, endurance, forcefulness, dynamism:
      It takes real guts to stand up for your rights.
      4 disembowel, eviscerate, draw, dress, clean:
      It will take hours to gut all these fish.
      5 ransack, pillage, plunder, sack, despoil, strip, ravage, loot, rifle, Rare depredate; clean out, devastate, empty:
      The building was completely gutted by the fire.
      6 basic, heartfelt, instinctive, instinctual, intuitive, visceral, deep-seated, emotional:
      My gut reaction is to refuse the offer.

      Collocation dictionary

      1 tube in the lower part of the body



      VERB + GUT

      pass through

      GUT + NOUN

      flora, wall


      in the/your ~ 2 guts
      organs inside the body


      blood and guts
      (figurative) I don't like films that are full of blood and guts.
      | a pain in your guts
      I had a terrible pain in my guts after eating too many plums.

      3 guts: courage/determination

      VERB + GUT

      She had the guts to stand up to the school bully.
      | take
      It takes guts to keep on running even though you have blistered feet.

      Concise English dictionary

      +the part of the alimentary canal between the stomach and the anus
      +a narrow channel or strait
      +a strong cord made from the intestines of sheep and used in surgery
      +empty completely; destroy the inside of
      +remove the guts of