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bore /bɔ:/
  • danh từ
    • lỗ khoan (dò mạch mỏ)
    • nòng (súng); cỡ nòng (súng)
    • động từ
      • khoan đào, xoi
        • to bore a tunnel through the mountain: đào một đường hầm qua núi
      • lách qua
        • to bore through the crowd: lách qua đám đông
      • chèn (một con ngựa khác) ra khỏi vòng đua (đua ngựa)
      • thò cổ ra (ngựa)
      • danh từ
        • việc chán ngắt, việc buồn tẻ
        • điều buồn bực
        • người hay quấy rầy, người hay làm phiền; người hay nói chuyện dớ dẩn
        • ngoại động từ
          • làm buồn
            • to be bored to death: buồn đến chết mất
          • làm rầy, làm phiền, quấy rầy
          • danh từ
            • nước triều lớn (ở cửa sông)
            • thời quá khứ của bear
            Concise Dictionary
            bores|bored|boringbɔː
            noun
            +a person who evokes boredom
            +a high wave (often dangerous) caused by tidal flow (as by colliding tidal currents or in a narrow estuary)
            +diameter of a tube or gun barrel
            +a hole or passage made by a drill; usually made for exploratory purposes
            verb
            +cause to be bored
            +make a hole with a pointed power or hand tool

            bore|born|borne|bears|bearingbeə
            noun
            +massive plantigrade carnivorous or omnivorous mammals with long shaggy coats and strong claws
            +an investor with a pessimistic market outlook; an investor who expects prices to fall and so sells now in order to buy later at a lower price
            verb
            +have
            +cause_to_be_born
            +put up with something or somebody unpleasant
            +move while holding up or supporting
            +bring forth, "The apple tree bore delicious apples this year"
            +take on as one's own the expenses or debts of another person
            +contain or hold; have within
            +bring in
            +have on one's person
            +behave in a certain manner
            +have rightfully; of rights, titles, and offices
            +support or hold in a certain manner
            +be pregnant with

            Thesaurus Dictionary
            n.
            1 hole, drill-hole, borehole:
            A bore of six inches was carried to a depth of 2086 feet.
            v.
            2 pierce, perforate, drill, penetrate, puncture, tap, punch, stab, prick; sink, tunnel, dig (out), gouge (out); hollow out:
            Bore a hole through this sheet metal. The oil rig is boring through solid rock.
            n.
            1 annoyance, nuisance:
            Reggie is such a bore - always talking about himself.
            v.
            2 weary, wear out, tire, exhaust, jade:
            The programme so bored me that I fell asleep.
            Advanced English Dictionary
            verb, noun-see also BEAR, BORE, BORNE v.
            + verb
            1 [VN] to make sb feel bored, especially by talking too much: I'm not boring you, am I? + Has he been boring you with his stories about China?
            2 ~ (into / through sth) to make a long deep hole with a tool or by digging: [V] The drill is strong enough to bore through solid rock. + [VN] to bore a hole in sth
            3 [V] ~ into sb/sth (of eyes) to stare in a way that makes sb feel uncomfortable: His blue eyes seemed to bore into her.
            + noun
            1 [C] a person who is very boring, usually because they talk too much
            2 [sing.] a situation or thing that is boring or that annoys you: It's such a bore having to stay late this evening.
            3 (also gauge especially in AmE) (especially in compounds) the hollow inside of a tube, such as a pipe or a gun; the width of the hole: a tube with a wide / narrow bore + a twelve-bore shotgun
            4 a strong, high wave that rushes along a river from the sea at particular times of the year
            5 (also borehole) a deep hole made in the ground, especially to find water or oil
            Idioms see CRASH v.
            Collocation Dictionary
            noun

            1 person

            ADJ.

            awful, crashing, dreadful, real, terrible, utter
            Her husband is a crashing bore.

            PHRASES

            a bit of a bore 2 a bore
            sth that you have to do

            ADJ.

            awful, great, real, terrible
            It's an awful bore having to meet my aunt for lunch.



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