US: /ˌɪnˈtɹiɡɪŋ/
UK: /ɪntɹˈiːɡɪŋ/

English Vietnamese dictionary

intriguing /in'tri:giɳ/
  • tính từ
    • hấp dẫn, gợi thích thú, kích thích sự tò mò
    • làm say đắm

Advanced English dictionary

+ adjective
very interesting because of being unusual or not having an obvious answer: These discoveries raise intriguing questions. + an intriguing story / possibility + He found her intriguing.
intriguingly adverb: The book is intriguingly titled, 'The Revenge of the Goldfish'.

Thesaurus dictionary

1 fascinate, beguile, captivate, attract, absorb, charm, pique, interest, titillate, arouse or excite the curiosity (of):
It intrigues me to watch them put those ships into bottles.
2 conspire, plot, connive, scheme, manoeuvre:
She was sure that everyone was intriguing against her.
3 conspiracy, plot, scheme, manoeuvre, collusion, stratagem, trickery, chicanery, double-dealing, guile, subterfuge, artifice, machination, deception:
Many of those close to the government are engaged in intrigue of some kind.
4 affair, liaison, amour, romance, intimacy; adultery:
We all knew about the intrigue he was carrying on with the duke's wife.

Collocation dictionary


be, sound
It all sounds very intriguing.
| find sth
I found the story rather intriguing.


extraordinarily, extremely, highly, most, very | quite, rather

Concise English dictionary

+disturbingly provocative
+capable of arousing interest or curiosity

+a crafty and involved plot to achieve your (usually sinister) ends
+a clandestine love affair
+cause to be interested or curious
+form intrigues (for) in an underhand manner