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English - Vietnamese Dictionary
art /ɑ:t/
  • danh từ
    • tài khéo léo, kỹ xảo
    • nghệ thuật; mỹ thuật
      • a work of art: một tác phẩm nghệ thuật
    • mỹ nghệ; nghề đòi hỏi sự khéo léo
    • thuật, kế, mưu kế
      • Bachelor of Arts: tú tài văn chương (trường đại học Anh)
      • Faculty of Arts: khoa văn (trường đại học Anh)
    • art is long, life is short
      • đời người thì ngắn ngủi, nhưng công trình nghệ thuật thì tồn tại mãi mãi
    • to be (have, take) art and part in a crime
      • đồng mưu và có nhúng tay vào tội ác
    • black art
      • ma thuật, yêu thuật
    • manly art
      • quyền thuật, quyền Anh
  • (từ cổ,nghĩa cổ) ngôi 2 số ít thời hiện tại của be
Concise Dictionary
+the products of human creativity; works of art collectively
+the creation of beautiful or significant things
+a superior skill that you can learn by study and practice and observation
+photographs or other visual representations in a printed publication

Thesaurus Dictionary
1 skill, skilfulness, ingenuity, aptitude, talent, artistry, craftsmanship; knowledge, expertise; craft, technique, adroitness, dexterity, Colloq know-how:
Little art is required to plant turnips.
2 artistry, artisticness; taste, tastefulness:
High art differs from low art in possessing an excess of beauty in addition to its truth.
3 craft, technique, business, profession, skill:
The fishermen can't employ their art with much success in so troubled a sea.
4 knack, aptitude, faculty, technique, mastery; dexterity, adroitness:
Conversation may be esteemed a gift, not an art. You have acquired the art of insulting people without their realizing it.
5 trickery, craftiness, cunning, wiliness, slyness, guile, deceit, duplicity, artfulness, cleverness, astuteness:
You have to admire the art with which she wraps him round her little finger.
6 arts. wiles, schemes, stratagems, artifices, subterfuges, tricks; manoeuvres,:
She was expert in the arts which ladies sometimes condescend to employ for captivation.
Advanced English Dictionary
noun, verb
+ noun
1 [U] the use of the imagination to express ideas or feelings, particularly in painting, drawing or SCULPTURE: modern / contemporary / American art + an art critic / historian / lover + Can we call television art? + an art form (= a particular type of artistic activity) + stolen works of art + Her performance displayed great art.
See also - FINE ART
2 [U] examples of objects such as paintings, drawings or SCULPTURES: an art gallery / exhibition + a collection of art and antiques
3 [U] the skill of creating objects such as paintings and drawings, especially when you study it: She's good at art and design. + an art teacher / student / college / class
4 (the arts) [pl.] art, music, theatre, literature, etc. when you think of them as a group: lottery funding for the arts
5 [C] a type of VISUAL or performing art: Dance is a very theatrical art.
6 [C, usually pl.] the subjects you can study at school or university which are not scientific, such as languages, history or literature: an arts degree
Compare: SCIENCE
7 [C, U] an ability or a skill that you can develop with training and practice: a therapist trained in the art of healing + Letter-writing is a lost art nowadays. + Appearing confident at interviews is quite an art (= rather difficult).
Idioms see FINE adj.
+ verb (thou art) (old use) used to mean 'you are', when talking to one person
Collocation Dictionary

1 paintings, drawings, etc.


great, high | abstract, avant-garde, commercial, conceptual, figurative, fine, graphic, performance, pop/popular, sacred, visual | contemporary, modern


create, produce
one of the greatest works of art ever produced


gallery | collector, critic, dealer, historian, lover | treasure, work
| college, school | form
Cinema became accepted as an art form.
| history | market | world
Many people from the art world attended the painter's funeral.

2 the arts: art, music, theatre, literature, etc.


creative, decorative, dramatic, performing, plastic, visual


arts and crafts
an exhibition of Peruvian arts and crafts
| funding for the arts, a patron of the arts, sponsorship of the arts 3 arts
not sciences


subject | degree


arts and sciences

4 ability/skill


master, perfect
I've never mastered the art of making bread.


~ of
Television has ruined the art of conversation.


get sth down to a fine art
(= learn to do it very well)She's got the business of buying Christmas presents down to a fine art.

More information about ART WORKS


of art a piece/work of art
Michelangelo's Pietà is a magnificent work of art.

collect ~
She collects Jacobean portraits.

display, exhibit, show ~
The works will be displayed in the new wing of the museum.

~ be (put) on display/exhibition/show ~ go on display/exhibition/show
paintings put on show for the first time The photographs are on exhibition until the end of September.

house ~
An annexe was built to house the sculptures.

a series of ~
a series of paintings by Van Gogh

a collection/exhibition of ~
an exhibition of early 20th century French masterpieces

an art/photographic/photography exhibition
The open art exhibition will allow new artists to exhibit their work.

by ~
a sculpture by Barbara Hepworth

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