US: /ˈtɛnt/
UK: /tˈɛnt/

English Vietnamese dictionary

tent /tent/
  • danh từ
    • lều, rạp, tăng
      • to pitch tents: cắm lều, cắm trại
      • to lift (strike) tents: dỡ lều, nhổ trại
  • ngoại động từ
    • che lều, làm rạp cho
    • nội động từ
      • cắm lều, cắm trại, làm rạp, ở lều
      • danh từ
        • (y học) nút gạc
        • ngoại động từ
          • (y học) đặt nút gạc, nhồi gạc
          • danh từ
            • rượu vang đỏ Tây ban nha

          Advanced English dictionary

          + noun
          a shelter made of a large sheet of CANVAS, NYLON, etc. that is supported by poles and ropes fixed to the ground, and is used especially for camping: to put up / take down a tent + to pitch (= put up) a tent + Food will be served in the hospitality tent (= for example at an outdoor show).

          Collocation dictionary


          dome, ridge | lightweight | three-person, two-person, etc. | makeshift
          The refugees had been living in makeshift tents for a year.
          | leaking, leaky | circus | beer, dining, luncheon, hospitality, mess, refreshment, tea | cook, cookhouse, cooking
          There was a long queue of troops outside the cookhouse tent.
          | hospital | press | oxygen



          VERB + TENT

          erect, pitch, put up, set up
          They pitched their tent in a little clearing in the wood.
          | unzip, zip shut/up | dismantle, take down | pack away/up | share

          TENT + VERB

          blow down, collapse

          TENT + NOUN

          camp, city
          a tent city housing refugees from the war
          | door, flap, frame, opening, peg, pole, rope, wall


          in a/the ~


          the door/flap/roof of a tent

          Concise English dictionary

          +a portable shelter (usually of canvas stretched over supporting poles and fastened to the ground with ropes and pegs)
          +live in or as if in a tent