English - Vietnamese Dictionary
announce /ə'nauns/Concise Dictionary
- ngoại động từ
- báo, loan báo, thông tri
- to announce a piece of news: loan báo một tin tức
- to announce a visitor: báo có khách
- nội động từ
- đọc bản giới thiêu tin tức, đọc chương trình (ở đài phát thanh)
- (từ Mỹ,nghĩa Mỹ) tuyên bố ra ứng cử
+make known; make an announcement
+announce publicly or officially
+give the names of
+foreshadow or presage
Advanced English Dictionary
1 proclaim, make public, make known, set or put forth, put out, publish, advertise, publicize, promulgate, broadcast, herald; circulate; tell, reveal, disclose, divulge, declare, propound:
The appointment of a new prime minister has been announced.
2 intimate, suggest, hint at, signal:
The sight of a top hat announced Gordon's presence in the club.
3 declare, tell, state, aver, assert, asseverate; notify; confirm:
The president announced that he was resigning because of the scandal.
4 foretell, betoken, augur, portend, presage, harbinger, herald, signal; precede:
The sighting of the first crocus announces spring.
+ verbCollocation Dictionary
1 ~ (sth) (to sb) to tell people sth officially, especially about a decision, plans, etc: [VN] They haven't formally announced their engagement yet. + The government yesterday announced to the media plans to create a million new jobs. + (figurative) A ring at the doorbell announced the late arrival of Jack.
Help Note: You cannot 'announce somebody something': They announced us their decision. [V that] We are pleased to announce that all five candidates were successful. + [VN that] It was announced that new speed restrictions would be introduced. [also V wh-]
2 to give information about sth in a public place, especially through a LOUDSPEAKER: [VN] Has our flight been announced yet? + The winners will be announced in reverse order. + [V that] They announced that the flight would be delayed. [also V speech]
3 to say sth in a loud and/or serious way: [V speech] 'I've given up smoking,' she announced. + [V that] She announced that she'd given up smoking. [also VN]
4 [VN] ~ yourself / sb to tell sb your name or sb else's name when you or they arrive at a place: Would you announce the guests as they arrive? (= call out their names, for example at a formal party)
5 [VN] to introduce, or give information about, a programme on radio or television
formally, officially, publicly | proudly
The company proudly announced the launch of its new range of cars.
VERB + ANNOUNCE
be expected to, expect to
We expect to announce details of the scheme later this week.
| be delighted to, be pleased to, be proud to
Mr and Mrs James are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter, Henrietta.
| regret to
We regret to announce the death of our chairman, Alfred Sidebottom.
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