Từ điển trực tuyến - Online Dictionary

English - Vietnamese Dictionary
develop /di'veləp/
  • ngoại động từ
    • trình bày, bày tỏ, thuyết minh (luận điểm, vấn đề...)
      • to develop: tỏ, thuyết minh (luận điểm, vấn đề...)
      • to one's views on a subject: trình bày quan điểm về một vấn đề
    • phát triển, mở mang, mở rộng, khuếch trương, làm cho phát đạt
      • to develop industry: phát triển công nghiệp
      • to develop an industrial area: mở rộng khu công nghiệp
      • to develop one's mind: phát triển trí tuệ
      • to develop one's body: phát triển cơ thể, làm cho cơ thể nở nang
    • khai thác
      • to develop resources: khai thác tài nguyên
    • nhiễm, tiêm nhiễm (thói quen...); ngày càng bộc lộ rõ, ngày càng phát huy (khả năng, khuynh hướng...)
      • to develop a bad habit: nhiễm thói xấu
      • to develop a gilf for machematics: ngày càng bộc lộ rõ khiếu về toán
    • (nhiếp ảnh) rửa (phim ảnh)
    • (quân sự) triển khai, mở
      • to develop an attack: mở một cuộc tấn công
    • (toán học) khai triển
    • nội động từ
      • tỏ rõ ra, bộc lộ ra, biểu lộ ra
      • phát triển, mở mang, nảy nở
        • seeda develop into plants: hạt giống phát triển thành cây con
      • tiến triển
        • the story developed into good ending: câu chuyện tiến triển đến một kết thúc tốt đẹp
      • hiện (ảnh)
    Concise Dictionary
    +make something new, such as a product or a mental or artistic creation
    +work out
    +gain through experience
    +come to have or undergo a change of (physical features and attributes)
    +come into existence; take on form or shape
    +change the use of and make available or usable
    +elaborate, as of theories and hypotheses
    +create by training and teaching
    +be gradually disclosed or unfolded; become manifest
    +grow, progress, unfold, or evolve through a process of evolution, natural growth, differentiation, or a conducive environment
    +become technologically advanced
    +cause to grow and differentiate in ways conforming to its natural development
    +generate gradually
    +grow emotionally or mature
    +make visible by means of chemical solutions
    +superimpose a three-dimensional surface on a plane without stretching, in geometry
    +move one's pieces into strategically more advantageous positions
    +move into a strategically more advantageous position
    +elaborate by the unfolding of a musical idea and by the working out of the rhythmic and harmonic changes in the theme
    +expand in the form of a series

    Thesaurus Dictionary
    1 bring out or forth, advance, expand (on or upon), broaden, enlarge (on or upon), amplify, evolve, expatiate (on or upon), elaborate (on or upon), reveal, lay open, expose, unfold, disclose, bare, (cause to) grow, realize the potential (of); cultivate, improve, promote, exploit, strengthen:
    The plot is fine, but the characters need to be developed more fully. It is the aim of the school to develop the students' natural abilities.
    2 (make) grow, mature, ripen, age, expand; flower, blossom, bloom, increase:
    You can't develop that idea without financial backing. These shrubs will be fully developed next year.
    3 exhibit, display, show, demonstrate, manifest:
    She has recently developed an interest in cooking.
    4 emerge, arise, appear, come out, come to light, evolve, originate, begin, commence, happen, occur, come about; come forth, result:
    A serious fault has developed in the rocket's fuel line. His natural talent for music developed when he joined the school band.
    Advanced English Dictionary
    + verb
    grow bigger / stronger
    1 ~ (sth) (from sth) (into sth) to gradually grow or become bigger, more advanced, stronger, etc.; to make sth do this: [V] The child is developing normally. + The place has rapidly developed from a small fishing community into a thriving tourist resort. + [VN] She developed the company from nothing.
    new idea / product
    2 [VN] to think of or produce a new idea, product, etc. and make it successful: The company develops and markets new software. + A new type of painkilling drug has recently been developed.
    disease / problem
    3 to begin to have sth such as a disease or a problem; to start to affect sb/sth: [VN] Her son developed asthma when he was two. + The car developed engine trouble and we had to stop. [also V]
    become serious / important
    4 [V] to start to happen and then become more serious or important: A crisis was rapidly developing in the Gulf.
    become better
    5 to start to have a skill, ability, quality, etc. that becomes better and stronger; to become better and stronger: [VN] He's developed a real flair for management. + [V] Their relationship has developed over a number of years.
    build houses
    6 [VN] to build new houses, factories, etc. on an area of land, especially land that was not being used effectively before: The site is being developed by a French company.
    idea / story
    7 [VN] to make an idea, a story, etc. clearer by explaining it further: She develops the theme more fully in her later books.
    8 [VN] to treat photographic film with chemicals so that the pictures can be seen: I had the film developed yesterday.

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