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accessory
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accessory /æk'sesəri/ (accessary) /æk'sesəri/
  • danh từ, (thường) số nhiều
    • đồ phụ tùng; vật phụ thuộc; đồ thêm vào
    • (pháp lý) kẻ tòng phạm, kẻ a tòng, kẻ đồng loã
    • tính từ
      • phụ, phụ vào, thêm vào
      • (pháp lý) a tòng, đồng loã
    Concise Dictionary
    accessoriesæk'sesərɪ
    noun
    +clothing that is worn or carried, but not part of your main clothing
    +a supplementary component that improves capability
    +someone who helps another person commit a crime
    adj.
    +furnishing added support
    Thesaurus Dictionary
    n.
    1 extra, addition, adjunct, attachment, component, frill, Slang bells and whistles, doodah, US and Canadian doodad:
    My food processor has more accessories than I could ever need.
    2 accessary, accomplice, helper, assistant, confederate, colleague, abettor, aide, collaborator, co-conspirator, conspirator, fellow-criminal, associate or partner in crime:
    Although he did not rob the bank, he drove the getaway car, which legally makes him an accessory before the fact. A seller of stolen goods is an accessory after the fact.
    adj.
    3 extra, subordinate, auxiliary, additional, ancillary, supplemental, supplementary, secondary, adventitious, Formal adscititious:
    For no apparent reason, the salamander grew an accessory limb near its hind leg.
    Advanced English Dictionary
    noun, adjective
    + noun (plural accessories)
    1 [usually pl.] an extra piece of equipment that is useful but not essential or that can be added to sth else as a decoration: bicycle accessories + a range of furnishings and accessories for the home
    2 [usually pl.] a thing that you can wear or carry that matches your clothes, for example a belt or a bag: fashion accessories to dress up your wardrobe
    3 ~ (to sth) (law) a person who helps sb to commit a crime or who knows about it and protects the person from the police: He was charged with being an accessory to murder. + an accessory before / after the fact (= before / after the crime was committed)
    + adjective (technical) not the most important when compared to others: the accessory muscles of respiration
    Collocation Dictionary
    noun

    1 extra item

    ADJ.

    essential, perfect, useful
    This silk scarf is the perfect accessory for stylish summer evenings.
    | bathroom, car, fashion

    2 person who helps in crime

    PREP.

    ~ to
    an accessory to murder

    PHRASES

    an accessory before/after the fact
    (= a person who knows about a crime before/after it was committed and protects the criminal)(law) If you were lying to the police, then you have been an accessory after the fact for all these years.



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