Từ điển trực tuyến - Online Dictionary
dispose
UK | US

English - Vietnamese Dictionary
dispose /dis'pouz/
  • ngoại động từ
    • sắp đặt, sắp xếp, bó trí
    • làm cho có ý định, làm cho có khuynh hướng, làm cho có tâm trạng, làm cho có ý muốn
      • they are kindly disposed towards us: họ có thiện ý đói với chúng tôi
  • nội động từ
    • quyết định
      • man proposes, God disposes: mưu sự tại nhân, thành sự tại thiên
    • (+ of) dùng, tuỳ ý sử dụng
      • to dispose of one's time: tuỳ ý sử dụng thời gian của mình
    • (+ of) quyết định số phận xử lý; giải quyết; vứt bỏ, khử đi; bác bỏ, đánh bại; ăn gấp, uống gấp
      • to dispose of someone: quyết định số phận của ai; khử đi
      • to dispose of an argument: bác bỏ một lý lẽ
      • to dispose of a question: giải quyết một vấn đề
      • to dispose of an apponent: đánh bại đối thủ
      • to dispose of a meal: ăn gấp một bữa cơm
    • (+ of) bán, bán chạy; nhường lại, chuyển nhượng
      • to dispose of goods: bán hàng
      • goods to be disposed of: hàng để bán
    • to dispose oneself to
      • sẵn sàng (làm việc gì)
Concise Dictionary
disposes|disposed|disposingdɪ'spəʊz
verb
+give, sell, or transfer to another
+throw or cast away
+make receptive or willing towards an action or attitude or belief
+make fit or prepared

Thesaurus Dictionary
v.
1 place, arrange, move, adjust, order, array, organize, set up, situate, group, distribute, put:
She is planning how to dispose the furniture in the room.
2 incline, influence, persuade, induce, bend, tempt, move, motivate, lead, prompt, urge:
Her actions disposed me to cut her out of my will.
3 dispose of.
(a) deal with, settle, decide, determine, conclude, finish (with):
I hope we can dispose of these matters quickly.
(b) throw away or out, discard, get rid of, jettison, scrap, Colloq dump, junk, US trash:
Dispose of the remains of the broken chair.
(c) distribute, give out, deal out, give (away), dispense, apportion, parcel out, allot, part with, transfer, make over, bestow, sell:
My grandfather disposed of his wealth before he died.
(d) do away with, finish off, put away, demolish, destroy, consume, devour, eat, Slang kill (off), knock off, polish off:
She could dispose of four hamburgers at one sitting. The boys disposed of Louie because he knew too much.
Advanced English Dictionary
+ verb (formal)
1 [VN +adv./prep.] to arrange things or people in a particular way or position
2 sb to / toward(s) sth to make sb behave in a particular way: [VN] a drug that disposes the patient towards sleep [also VN to inf]
Phrasal Verbs: dispose of sb/sth
1 to get rid of sb/sth that you do not want or cannot keep: the difficulties of disposing of nuclear waste + to dispose of stolen property
2 to deal with a problem, question or threat successfully: That seems to have disposed of most of their arguments.
3 to defeat or kill sb: It took her a mere 20 minutes to dispose of her opponent.


Random quote: It all depends on how we look at things, and not how they are in themselves.: Carl Jung

Latest queries: work, locate, nephew, acquire, need, research, countrywoman, furthermore, exhibit, feel, recipient, ruse, attain, annotation, seem, constrain, likewise, initiative, ask, dispose,

Updated: 14/03/2018: A new open-source Javascript engine/library named Howler has been employed to handle audiofile. Enjoy pronunciation!

Optional: 01/2018:Picture Dictionary

Updated: 05/06/2018:List of Academic Words

Updated: 03/2019: Learning by reading annotated text, reliable state of art and updated news