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dog /dɔg/
  • danh từ
    • chó
    • chó săn
    • chó đực; chó sói đực ((cũng) dog wolf); cáo đực ((cũng) dog fox)
    • kẻ đê tiện, kẻ đáng khinh, đồ chó má; kẻ cắn cẩu cục cằn
    • gã, thằng cha
      • a sly dog: thằng cha vận đỏ
      • Greater Dog: (thiên văn học) chòm sao Đại-thiên-lang
      • Lesser Dog: chòm sao Tiểu-thiên-lang
    • (số nhiều) vỉ lò (ở lò sưởi) ((cũng) fire dogs)
    • (kỹ thuật) móng kìm, cặp, móc ngoạm, gàu ngoạm
    • mống bão, ráng bão (ở chân trời) ((cũng) sea dog)
    • (như) dogfish
    • to be a dog in the manger
      • như chó già giữ xương; ích kỷ, không muốn ai dùng đến cái gì mình không cần đến
    • to die a dog's death
      • to die like a dog
        • chết khổ, chết sở, chết nhục nhã, chết như một con chó
      • dog and war
        • những sự tàn phá giết chóc của chiến tranh
      • every dog has his day
        • ai rồi cũng có lúc gặp vận; ai khó ba đời
      • to give a dog an ill name and hang him
        • muốn giết chó thì bảo là chó dại; không ưa thì dưa có giòi
      • to go to the dogs
        • thất cơ lỡ vận, khánh kiệt, xuống dốc ((nghĩa bóng))
      • sa đoạ
      • to help a lame dog over stile
        • giúp đỡ ai trong lúc khó khăn
      • to leaf a dog's life
        • sống một cuộc đời khổ như chó
      • to lead someone a dog's life
        • bắt ai sống một cuộc đời khổ cực
      • let sleeping dogs lie
        • (tục ngữ) đừng khêu gợi lại những chuyện đã êm thấm; đừng bới cứt ra mà ngửi
      • love me love my dog
        • yêu tôi thì hãy yêu cả những người thân của tôi
      • not even a dog's chance
        • không có chút may mắn nào
      • not to have a word to throw at the dog
        • lầm lì không mở miệng nói nửa lời; kiêu kỳ không thèm mở miệng nói nửa lời
      • to put on dog
        • (thông tục) làm bộ làm tịch, làm ra vẻ ta đây, làm ra vẻ ta đây quan trọng
      • it rains cats and dogs
        • (xem) rain
      • to take a hair of the dog that big you
        • (xem) hair
      • to throw to the dogs
        • vứt bỏ đi, quẳng đi (cho chó)
    • ngoại động từ
      • theo nhùng nhằng, theo sát gót, bám sát (ai)
        • to dog someone's footsteps: bám sát ai
      • (kỹ thuật) kẹp bằng kìm, cặp bằng móc ngoạm
Concise Dictionary
dogged|dogging|dogsdɒg
noun
+a member of the genus Canis (probably descended from the common wolf) that has been domesticated by man since prehistoric times; occurs in many breeds
+a dull unattractive unpleasant girl or woman
+informal term for a man
+someone who is morally reprehensible
+a smooth-textured sausage of minced beef or pork usually smoked; often served on a bread roll
+a hinged catch that fits into a notch of a ratchet to move a wheel forward or prevent it from moving backward
+metal supports for logs in a fireplace
verb
+go after with the intent to catch
Advanced English Dictionary
noun, verb
+ noun
1 [C] an animal with four legs and a tail, often kept as a pet or trained for work, for example hunting or guarding buildings. There are many types of dog, some of which are wild: I took the dog for a walk. + I could hear a dog barking. + dog food + guard dogs + a dog and her puppies
See also - GUIDE DOG, GUN DOG, LAPDOG, SHEEPDOG, SNIFFER DOG, TRACKER DOG
2 [C] a male dog, FOX or WOLF
Compare: BITCH
3 (the dogs) [pl.] (BrE, informal) GREYHOUND racing
4 [C] (slang, especially AmE) a thing of low quality; a failure: Her last movie was an absolute dog.
5 [C] (slang, especially AmE) an offensive way of describing a woman who is not considered attractive
6 [C] (informal, disapproving) used, especially after an adjective, to describe a man who has done sth bad: You dirty dog!
See also - HOT DOG, SHAGGY-DOG STORY, TOP DOG, WATCHDOG
Idioms: (a case of) dog eat dog a situation in business, politics, etc. where there is a lot of competition and people are willing to harm each other in order to succeed: I'm afraid in this line of work it's a case of dog eat dog. + We're operating in a dog-eat-dog world.
a dog in the manger a person who stops other people from enjoying what he or she cannot use or does not want
a dog's breakfast / dinner (BrE, informal) a thing that has been done badly
Synonym: MESS
He's made a real dog's breakfast of these accounts.
a dog's life an unhappy life, full of problems or unfair treatment: He led poor Amy a dog's life. She was desperately lonely, poor dear.
every dog has his / its day (saying) everyone has good luck or success at some point in their life
go to the dogs (AmE also go to hell in a handbasket) (informal) to get into a very bad state: This firm's gone to the dogs since the new management took over.
not have a dog's chance to have no chance at all: He hasn't a dog's chance of passing the exam.
more at HAIR, RAIN v., SICK adj., SLEEP v., TAIL n., TEACH
+ verb (-gg-) [VN]
1 (of a problem or bad luck) to cause you trouble for a long time: He had been dogged by bad health all his life. + Her career was dogged by misfortune.
2 to follow sb closely: She had the impression that someone was dogging her steps.
Collocation Dictionary
noun

ADJ.

domestic, family, household, pet | feral, wild | stray | mongrel | pedigree | lap, toy
The lady was kissing a little lap dog.
| faithful, friendly | good,
well-behaved, well-trained |
bad
Bad dog! What are you doing there?
| dangerous, fierce, killer, savage | mad, rabid | mangy | show | fighting, hunting, working | farm, guard, guide, gun, police, sheep, sledge, sniffer, tracker
Sniffer dogs were used to find the drugs.
| top
(often figurative) The team wanted to prove that they were top dogs in the region.

QUANT.

pack

VERB + DOG

have, keep, own
The dog's owner was fined £500 and banned from keeping dogs for five years.
| breed
These dogs have been bred to work as guide dogs for the blind.
| train
He's trained his dog to sit on the back of his bike.
| feed | take for a walk, walk
I'm just going to walk the dog.
| neuter
We didn't want puppies so we had the dog neutered.
| worm
The stray dogs are wormed and treated with flea powder.
| muzzle | destroy, put down
A dog that savaged a five-year-old child was later destroyed, police have confirmed.

DOG + VERB

bark, bay, growl, howl, pant, snarl, whine, yap, yelp
The dog barked loudly at the stranger. The little dogs were yapping at my ankles.
| bound, roam (sth), run, scamper, trot, walk, wander
The dog bounded up to me and started licking my hand. Stray dogs roamed the streets at night.
| come/walk to heel | attack sb/sth, bite sb/sth, go for sb/sth, maul sb/sth, savage sb/sth, set upon sb/sth, snap | lie, stretch (out) | lick | chew sth (up), gnaw (at) sth
The dog chewed up one of my shoes. A dog was gnawing at an old bone.
| sniff, snuffle
A dog was sniffing round my heels.
| prick up its ears, wag its tail | scratch
The dog was scratching at the door to be let in.
| foul sth
Owners who allow their dogs to foul the footpath will be fined.

DOG + NOUN

basket | biscuit, food | collar | dirt, excrement, faeces, mess, poo, shit, turd | breeder, handler, lover, owner, trainer, warden
The dog warden rounds up stray dogs and takes them to the dog pound until claimed.
| fight | pound | show | racing | track
Races have been held at this dog track for seventy years.



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