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ash /æʃ/
  • danh từ
    • ((thường) số nhiều) tro; tàn (thuốc lá)
      • to reduce (burn) something to ashes: đốt vật gì thành tro
    • (số nhiều) tro hoả táng
    • to lay in ashes
      • đốt ra tro, đốt sạch
    • to turn to dust and ashes
      • tiêu tan, tan thành mây khói (hy vọng...)
  • danh từ
    • (thực vật học) cây tần bì
Concise Dictionary
ashesæʃ
noun
+the residue that remains when something is burned
+any of various deciduous pinnate-leaved ornamental or timber trees of the genus Fraxinus
+strong elastic wood of any of various ash trees; used for furniture and tool handles and sporting goods such as baseball bats
verb
+convert into ashes
Advanced English Dictionary
+ noun
1 [U] the grey or black powder that is left after sth, especially tobacco, wood or coal, has burnt: cigarette ash + black volcanic ash + She flicked ash out of the window carelessly.
2 (ashes) [pl.] what is left after sth has been destroyed by burning: The town was reduced to ashes in the fighting. + the glowing ashes of the campfire + (figurative) The party had risen, like a phoenix, from the ashes of electoral disaster. + She had seen all her dreams turn to ashes.
3 (ashes) [pl.] the powder that is left after a dead person's body has been CREMATED (= burned): She wanted her ashes to be scattered at sea.
4 [C, U] (also ash tree) a forest tree with grey bark
See also - MOUNTAIN ASH
5 [U] the hard pale wood of the ash tree
Idioms see SACKCLOTH
Collocation Dictionary
noun

1 powder that is left after sth has burnt

ADJ.

glowing, hot, red-hot, smouldering
the glowing ashes of the dying fire
| cold, dead
The fire had died to cold ashes.
| fine
Fine ash covered the hill near the volcano.
| bonfire, cigarette, coal, volcanic, wood

QUANT.

cloud
A cloud of ash rose from the volcano.

VERB + ASH

flick, tap (used about cigarette ash)
He flicked ash into the ashtray.
| reduce sth to, turn to ~es
a village reduced to ashes by war (figurative) All her dreams had turned to ashes.

ASH + VERB

fall
Ash from the volcano fell over a wide area.

PHRASES

rise from the ashes
(figurative) The party had risen, like a phoenix, from the ashes of electoral disaster.

2 ashes: remains of a dead body

VERB + ASH

scatter
His ashes were scattered on his beloved farm.



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