US: /ˈhɛɫθi/
UK: /hˈɛlθi/

English Vietnamese dictionary

healthy /'helθi/
  • tính từ
    • khoẻ mạnh
    • có lợi cho sức khoẻ
      • a healthy climate: khí hậu lành (tốt cho sức khoẻ)
    • lành mạnh
      • a healthy way of living: lối sống lành mạnh

Advanced English dictionary

+ adjective (healthier, healthiest)
1 having good health and not likely to become ill: a healthy child / animal / tree + Keep healthy by eating well and exercising regularly.
2 [usually before noun] good for your health: a healthy diet / climate / lifestyle
3 [usually before noun] showing that you are in good health: to have a healthy appetite + a shampoo that keeps hair looking healthy
4 normal and sensible: The child showed a healthy curiosity. + She has a healthy respect for her rival's talents. + It's not healthy the way she clings to the past.
5 successful and working well: a healthy economy + Your car doesn't sound very healthy.
6 [usually before noun] large and showing success: a healthy bank balance + a healthy profit
healthily adverb: to eat healthily
healthiness noun [U]
healthy / well
Healthy describes a person who is rarely ill or things that are good for your health: a healthy child / diet / lifestyle.
Well describes your health on a particular occasion: I'm sorry to hear you were not well yesterday. + You're looking well. + I hope you'll feel better soon.

Thesaurus dictionary

1 well, fit, trim, in good or fine fettle or shape, in good health, robust, hale (and hearty), sturdy, strong, vigorous, thriving, flourishing, Colloq in the pink:
How come he is so healthy if he smokes?
2 wholesome, healthful, salubrious, salutary, beneficial, nourishing, nutritious, tonic, bracing:
The answer lies in eating healthy food and living in a healthy climate.

Collocation dictionary

1 not ill


appear, be, be born, feel, look, seem | become | keep, remain, stay | make sb
Working in the open air has made him very healthy.
| keep sb
Her good diet had kept her healthy.


extremely, fantastically, really, very | perfectly
He's a perfectly healthy child.
| fairly, quite, reasonably | apparently
The rare disorder strikes apparently healthy boys between the ages of five and twelve.
| disgustingly
(informal, ironic) You look disgustingly healthy! How do you manage it?
| otherwise
She looked pale, but otherwise healthy.
| mentally, physically


fit and healthy

2 producing good health


be | consider sth
a new diet which is considered much healthier than previous ones


extremely, very
We have a very healthy diet.
| quite
Their lifestyle is quite healthy.
| generally

3 working well


be | remain


extremely, very
The economy is extremely healthy at the moment.
| fairly, quite, reasonably, relatively | basically, fundamentally, generally | financially

Concise English dictionary

+having or indicating good health in body or mind; free from infirmity or disease
+financially secure and functioning well
+promoting health; healthful
+physically and mentally sound or healthy
+exercising or showing good judgment