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attach /ə'tætʃ/
  • ngoại động từ
    • gắn, dán, trói buộc
      • to attach a label to a bag: dán nhãn vào cái túi
      • to attach a stamp: dán tem
    • tham, gia, gia nhập
      • to attach oneself to a political party: tham gia một chính đảng
    • gắn bó
      • to be deeply attached to somebody: hết sức gắn bó với ai; rất quyến luyến với ai
    • coi, cho là, gán cho
      • to attach importance to something: coi việc gì là quan trọng
      • to attach little value to someone's statement: coi lời tuyên bố của ai là không có giá trị mấy
      • to attach the blame to somebody: gán (đổ) lỗi cho ai
    • (pháp lý) bắt giữ (ai); tịch biên (gia sản...)
    • nội động từ
      • gắn liền với
        • the responsibility that attaches to that position: trách nhiệm gắn liền với cương vị công tác đó
    Concise Dictionary
    attaches|attached|attachingə'tætʃ
    verb
    +cause to be attached
    +be attached; be in contact with
    +become attached
    +create social or emotional ties
    +take temporary possession of as a security, by legal authority

    Thesaurus Dictionary
    v.
    1 fasten, join, connect, secure, fix, affix; tack or hook or tie or stick on, pin, rivet, cement, glue, bond, solder, weld, braze; unite; Nautical bend:
    The tag is still attached to your dress. Attach this to the wall. How do I attach the sail to the spar?
    2 connect, associate, assign, affiliate, enlist, join, add, subjoin, Brit second:
    Her brother-in-law has been attached to my regiment.
    3 endear, attract:
    I won't say that we were in love, but I was very closely attached to her.
    4 fix, affix, pin, apply, ascribe, assign, attribute, put, place:
    Why do you attach so much importance to what Dora says?
    5 adhere, cleave, stick:
    Many legends have attached themselves to Charlemagne.
    6 seize, lay hold of, confiscate, appropriate:
    If he cannot meet the mortgage payments the bank will attach his house.
    Advanced English Dictionary
    + verb
    1 [VN] ~ sth (to sth) to fasten or join one thing to another: Attach the coupon to the front of your letter. + (written) I attach a copy of my notes for your information. + (figurative) They have attached a number of conditions to the agreement (= said that the conditions must be part of the agreement).
    Compare: DETACH
    2 [VN] ~ importance, significance, value, weight, etc. (to sth) to believe that sth is important or worth thinking about: I attach great importance to this research. + I wouldn't attach too much weight to these findings.
    3 [VN] ~ yourself to sb to join sb for a time, sometimes when you are not welcome or have not been invited: He attached himself to me at the party and I couldn't get rid of him.
    4 ~ to sb/sth (formal) to be connected with sb/sth; to connect sth to sth: [V] No one is suggesting that any health risks attach to this product. + No blame attaches to you. + [VN] This does not attach any blame to you.
    Idioms see STRING n.
    Collocation Dictionary
    verb

    ADV.

    firmly, securely | loosely

    PREP.

    to
    He attached the rope securely to a tree.



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