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compassion
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English - Vietnamese Dictionary
compassion /kəm'pæʃn/
  • danh từ
    • lòng thương, lòng trắc ẩn
      • to have (take) compassion on (upon somebody): thương hại ai
      • to feel compassion for somebody: cảm thấy thương hại ai
      • to have no bowel of compassion: không có tình thương
Concise Dictionary
kəm'pæʃn
noun
+a deep awareness of and sympathy for another's suffering
+the humane quality of understanding the suffering of others and wanting to do something about it

Advanced English Dictionary
+ noun
[U] ~ (for sb) a strong feeling of sympathy for people who are suffering and a desire to help them: to feel / show compassion + She was known as a hard woman with no compassion, no emotion. + In an overworked doctor, feelings of compassion are soon lost.
Collocation Dictionary
noun

ADJ.

deep, great | genuine

VERB + COMPASSION

be filled with, feel, have
I survived. Someone or something had had compassion on me.
| show (sb) | lack

PREP.

~ for
He was filled with overwhelming love and compassion for his wife.
| ~ towards
I felt no compassion towards her.
| with ~
The old people are treated with great compassion.

PHRASES

love and compassion



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