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bread /bred/
  • ngoại động từ
    • làm thủng
    • (quân sự) chọc thủng, phá vỡ (tuyến phòng thủ)
    • nội động từ
      • nhảy lên khỏi mặt nước (cá voi)
      • danh từ
        • bánh mì
          • a loaf of bread: ổ bánh mì
        • (nghĩa bóng) miếng ăn, kế sinh nhai
          • daily bread: miếng ăn hàng ngày
        • bread and butter
          • bánh mì phết bơ
        • miếng ăn; kế sinh nhai
        • bread and cheese
          • miếng ăn; kế sinh nhai
        • cuộc sống thanh đạm
        • bread buttered on both sides
          • sự phong lưu, sự sung túc
        • to earn (make) one's bread
          • kiếm ăn, kiếm sống
        • to eat the bread of affiction
          • phiền não, sầu khổ, đau buồn
        • to eat the bread of idleness
          • nhàn rỗi, vô công rỗi nghề
        • to have one's bread buttered for life
          • suốt đời sống dư dật sung túc
        • to know which side one's bread is buttered
          • (xem) butter
        • to live on bread and chesse
          • sống đạm bạc
        • to quarrel with one's bread and butter
          • (xem) quarel
        • to take the bread out of someone's mouth
          • lấy mất kế sinh nhai của ai, cướp cơm chim của ai
      Concise Dictionary
      breads|breaded|breadingbred
      noun
      +food made from dough of flour or meal and usually raised with yeast or baking powder and then baked
      +informal terms for money
      verb
      +cover with bread crumbs
      Advanced English Dictionary
      + noun [U]
      1 a type of food made from flour, water and usually YEAST mixed together and baked: a loaf / slice / piece of bread + white / brown / wholemeal bread
      See also - CRISPBREAD, FRENCH BREAD, GINGERBREAD
      2 (old-fashioned, slang) money
      Idioms: take the bread out of sb's mouth to take away sb's job so that they are no longer able to earn enough money to live
      more at DAILY adj., KNOW v., THING
      Collocation Dictionary
      noun

      ADJ.

      fresh | hard, mouldy, soggy, stale
      This bread is going stale.
      | crusty
      some nice crusty white bread
      | sliced | unleavened | home-baked, home-made | fried | garlic | black, brown, granary, naan, pitta, rye, soda, white, wholemeal | French, Italian, etc.

      QUANT.

      loaf | chunk, crumb, crust, hunk, morsel, piece, slice
      She tore off a large hunk of bread.

      VERB + BREAD

      bake, make
      the smell of freshly-baked bread
      | cut, slice | butter, put sth on, spread
      bread thickly spread with plum jam
      | toast

      BREAD + NOUN

      dough | pudding, roll, sauce | bin, knife

      PREP.

      on the ~
      What would you like on your bread?

      PHRASES

      bread and butter/margarine
      a plate of bread and butter
      | bread and cheese/jam, bread and water
      He had to live on bread and water for two weeks.
      | bread and wine
      (= the food given to Christians during the Communion service)People started going up to receive the bread and wine. > Special page at FOOD



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