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bore /bɔ:/Concise Dictionary
- danh từ
- 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)
- danh từ
- việc chán ngắt, việc buồn tẻ
- 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)
+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
+cause to be bored
+make a hole with a pointed power or hand tool
Advanced English Dictionary
1 hole, drill-hole, borehole:
A bore of six inches was carried to a depth of 2086 feet.
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.
1 annoyance, nuisance:
Reggie is such a bore - always talking about himself.
2 weary, wear out, tire, exhaust, jade:
The programme so bored me that I fell asleep.
+ adjectiveCollocation Dictionary
~ (with sb/sth)
~ (with doing sth) feeling tired and impatient because you have lost interest in sb/sth or because you have nothing to do: The children quickly got bored with staying indoors. + There was a bored expression on her face.
Idioms: bored stiff
bored to death / tears
bored out of your mind extremely bored
more at WITLESS
be, feel, look, seem, sound | become, get, grow
Some children get bored very quickly.
really, terribly, very | thoroughly | a bit, faintly, a little, pretty, rather, slightly
bored at the prospect of going shopping
He seemed faintly bored by the whole process.
He was bored with their conversation.
bored out of your (tiny) mind
He walked along, bored out of his mind.
| bored rigid/silly/stiff
I remember being bored stiff during my entire time at school.
| bored to death/distraction/tears
She was alone all day and bored to death.
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