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dole /doul/
  • danh từ (thơ ca)
    • nỗi đau buồn, nỗi buồn khổ
    • lời than van
    • (từ cổ,nghĩa cổ) số phận, số mệnh
    • danh từ
      • sự phát chẩn, sự bố thí; của phát chẩn, của bố thí
      • the dole (thông tục) tiền trợ cấp thất nghiệp
        • to be (go) on the dole: lĩnh chẩn, sống nhờ vào của bố thí; lĩnh tiền trợ cấp thất nghiệp, sống nhờ vào tiền trợ cấp thất nghiệp
    • ngoại động từ, (thường) + out
      • phát nhỏ giọt
    Concise Dictionary
    doles|doled|dolingdəʊl
    noun
    +a share of money or food or clothing that has been charitably given
    +money received from the state

    Thesaurus Dictionary
    n.
    1 portion, allotment, share, quota, lot, allowance, parcel; compensation, benefit, grant, award, donation, gift, largesse, alms, gratuity; Slang hand-out:
    The prisoners received a daily dole of bread. If you've lost your job, are you eligible for the dole?
    2 distribution, apportionment, allocation, dispensation:
    The money was given to the disaster victims by dole.
    v.
    3 give (out), deal (out), distribute, hand out, mete out, share (out), dispense, allot, allocate, apportion, Colloq dish out:
    They dole out the reparations on the basis of need.
    Advanced English Dictionary
    noun, verb
    + noun [sing.] (usually the dole) (BrE, informal) money paid by the state to unemployed people: He's been on the dole (= without a job) for a year. + It is feared the government might change the rules for claiming dole. + lengthening dole queues + We could all be in the dole queue on Monday (= have lost our jobs).
    verb
    Phrasal Verbs: dole sth<->out (to sb) to give out an amount of food, money, etc. to a number of people in a group
    Collocation Dictionary
    noun

    VERB + DOLE

    claim, go on, sign on
    She lost her job and had to claim dole. As soon as he was made redundant, he signed on the dole.
    | draw, get
    The factory closure will mean another few hundred people drawing the dole.

    DOLE + NOUN

    money | queue
    School leavers were joining the dole queue every day.
    | office

    PREP.

    off the ~
    Many had come off the dole and set up their own small businesses.
    | on the ~
    She was on the dole for three years before she got a job.



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