English - Vietnamese Dictionary
deed /di:d/Concise Dictionary
- danh từ
- việc làm, hành động, hành vi
- a good deed: hành động tốt, việc làm tốt
- to combine words and deed: kết hợp lời nói với việc làm
- in words and deed: bằng lời nói và bằng việc làm
- in deed and not in name: bằng những việc làm chứ không bằng lời nói suông
- kỳ công, chiến công, thành tích lớn
- heroic deeds: chiến công anh hùng
- (pháp lý) văn bản, chứng thư
- to draw up a deed: làm chứng thư
- ngoại động từ
- (từ Mỹ,nghĩa Mỹ) chuyển nhượng bằng chứng thư
+a notable achievement
+a legal document signed and sealed and delivered to effect a transfer of property and to show the legal right to possess it
Advanced English Dictionary
1 act, action; performance:
Their deeds did not match their promises.
2 exploit, feat, achievement, accomplishment:
We are here to honour her for her many deeds, both on and off the tennis court.
3 title(-deed), document, instrument, indenture, contract, agreement:
The bank holds the title-deed until the mortgage is paid off.
+ nounCollocation Dictionary
1 (formal, literary) a thing that sb does that is usually very good or very bad: a brave / charitable / evil deed + a tale of heroic deeds
2 (often plural in British English) a legal document that you sign, especially one that proves that you own a house or a building: the deeds of the house
See also - TITLE DEED
Idioms: your good deed for the day a helpful, kind thing that you do: I took Sarah's children to school so I've done my good deed for the day.
brave, daring, glorious, good, great, heroic, mighty, noble
She felt that she had done her good deed for the day.
| dark, dastardly, dirty, evil, terrible
The prince swore she would be punished for her dastardly deeds.
VERB + DEED
do, perform, perpetrate
She would not be able to relax until the deed was done. warriors who performed glorious deeds evil deeds perpetrated by wicked people
He frequently expressed his love for her in words if not in deeds.
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