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cradle /'kreidl/Concise Dictionary
- danh từ
- (nghĩa bóng) nguồn gốc, gốc, nơi bắt nguồn, cái nôi
- the cradle of the Anglo-Saxon: nguồn gốc người Ang-lô Xắc-xông
- (hàng hải) giàn giữ tàu (khi đóng hoặc sửa chữa)
- cái khung gạt (ở cái hái lớn
- giá để ống nghe (của máy điện thoại)
- from the cradle
- từ khi còn nằm nôi, từ khi mới lọt lòng
- to rob the cradle
- (thông tục) tìm hiểu (lấy) người trẻ hơn mình; già còn thích chơi trống bỏi
- ngoại động từ
- đặt (đứa trẻ) vào nôi; bế ẵm nâng niu bế đứa trẻ trong tay
- đặt (tàu) vào giá (để đóng hoặc sửa chữa)
- cắt (lúa...) bằng hái có khung gạt
cradles|cradled|cradling'kreɪdlAdvanced English Dictionary
+a baby bed with sides and rockers
+where something originated or was nurtured in its early existence
+birth of a person
+a trough that can be rocked back and forth; used by gold miners to shake auriferous earth in water in order to separate the gold
+hold gently and carefully
+bring up from infancy
+hold or place in or as if in a cradle
+cut grain with a cradle scythe
+wash in a cradle
+run with the stick
noun, verbCollocation Dictionary
1 a small bed for a baby which can be pushed gently from side to side: She rocked the baby to sleep in its cradle.
2 [usually sing.] ~ of sth the place where sth important began: Greece, the cradle of Western civilization
3 (BrE) a small platform that can be moved up and down the outside of a high building, used by people cleaning windows, etc.
4 the part of a telephone on which the RECEIVER rests
Idioms: from the cradle to the grave a way of referring to the whole of a person's life, from birth until death
+ verb [VN] to hold sb/sth gently in your arms or hands: The old man cradled the tiny baby in his arms.
He picked the child up and gently cradled him in his arms.
She sat with the child cradled against her.
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