Từ điển trực tuyến - Online Dictionary

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clip /klip/
  • danh từ
    • cái ghim, cái cặp, cái kẹp
      • paper clip: cái kẹp giấy
    • (quân sự) cái nạp đạn
    • ngoại động từ
      • sự xén, sự cắt, sự hớt (lông cừu)
      • mớ lông (cừu...) xén ra
      • cú đánh mạnh, cú quật mạnh
      • (số nhiều) kéo xén; tông-đơ; cái bấm móng tay
      • ngoại động từ
        • cắt, cắt rời ra, xén, hớt (lông cừu, ngựa)
          • to clip sheep: xén lông cừu
        • rút ngắn, cô lại
          • to clip a speech: rút ngắn bài nói
        • bấm, xé đầu (vé, phiếu... để loại đi)
        • nuốt, bỏ bớt, đọc không rõ
          • to clip one's words: đọc nhanh nuốt chữ đi
        • (từ lóng) đấm mạnh, đánh, nện
        • danh từ
          • sự đi nhanh
            • at a fast clip: đi rất nhanh
          • (từ Mỹ,nghĩa Mỹ) đứa bé láo xược, ranh con hỗn xược
          • nội động từ
            • đi nhanh; chạy
          Concise Dictionary
          +a metal frame or container holding cartridges; can be inserted into an automatic gun
          +an instance or single occasion for some event
          +any of various small fasteners used to hold loose articles together
          +an article of jewelry that can be clipped onto a hat or dress
          +the act of clipping or snipping
          +a sharp slanting blow
          +sever or remove by pinching or snipping
          +run at a moderately swift pace
          +attach with a clip
          +cultivate, tend, and cut back the growth of
          +terminate or abbreviate before its intended or proper end or its full extent

          Thesaurus Dictionary
          1 clasp, fasten, fix, attach, hold, clinch; staple:
          Please clip these papers together.
          2 clasp, fastener:
          That clip isn't strong enough to hold all these papers.
          1 trim (off), lop (off), cut (off), crop, bob, snip:
          The barber clipped my hair short. Roger has clipped two seconds off the record.
          2 shorten, reduce, abbreviate, diminish, cut (short):
          The film was clipped by fifteen minutes for television. In her rapid-fire way of speaking, she clipped each word.
          3 strike, hit, punch, smack, box, cuff, whack, Colloq wallop, clout; Slang sock:
          He was clipped on the jaw and knocked out.
          4 cheat, swindle, bilk, overcharge, Slang rook:
          They clipped him out of a week's wages. She was clipped for a ten per cent 'service fee'.
          5 segment, interval, section, part, portion, extract, cutting, excerpt, cutting, bit, snippet, scrap, fragment:
          We were shown a film clip of the cheese-making process.
          6 blow, cuff, punch, hit, strike, smack, whack, box, Colloq wallop, clout; Slang sock:
          She gave him a clip at the side of the head and he went down.
          7 pace, rate, speed:
          I was riding along at a good clip when my horse shied and I was thrown off.
          Advanced English Dictionary
          noun, verb
          + noun
          1 [C] (often in compounds) a small metal or plastic object used for holding things together or in place: a hair clip + toe clips on a bicycle
          2 [C] a piece of jewellery that fastens to your clothes: a diamond clip
          3 [sing.] the act of cutting sth to make it shorter: He gave the hedge a clip.
          4 [C] a short part of a film/movie that is shown separately: Here is a clip from her latest movie.
          5 [C] (BrE, informal) a quick hit with your hand: She gave him a clip round the ear for being cheeky.
          6 [C] a set of bullets in a metal container that is placed in or attached to a gun for firing
          Idioms: at a fast, good, steady, etc. clip (especially AmE) quickly: Land prices will rise at a healthy clip.
          + verb (-pp-)
          1 [+adv./prep.] to fasten sth to sth else with a clip; to be fastened with a clip: [VN] He clipped the microphone (on) to his collar. + Clip the pages together. + [V] Do those earrings clip on?
          2 [VN] ~ sth (off / from sth) to cut sth with scissors or SHEARS, in order to make it shorter or neater; to remove sth from somewhere by cutting it off: to clip a hedge + He clipped off a length of wire.
          3 [VN] to hit the edge or side of sth: The car clipped the kerb as it turned. + She clipped the ball into the net.
          4 [VN] ~ sth (out of / from sth) to cut sth out of sth else using scissors: to clip a coupon (out of the paper)
          Idioms: clip sb's wings to restrict a person's freedom or power: Having a new baby to take care of has clipped her wings.
          Phrasal Verbs: clip sth off sth (informal) to reduce the time that it takes to do sth by a particular length of time: She clipped two seconds off her previous best time.
          Collocation Dictionary

          1 used for holding things together


          bulldog, crocodile, spring | bicycle, hair, nose, paper, suspender, tie

          VERB + CLIP

          fasten, put (in/on)
          She put a clip in her hair. He put his bicycle clips on and set off.
          | take off, undo, unfasten

          CLIP + VERB

          hold sth
          Paper clips held the picture in place.

          2 small section from a film


          brief, short | film, movie, video

          VERB + CLIP

          see | show


          in a/the ~
          You will see in this clip how well she acts.
          | ~ from
          a clip from a Sherlock Holmes movie

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