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English - Vietnamese Dictionary
feature /'fi:tʃə/
  • danh từ
    • nét đặc biệt, điểm đặc trưng
    • (số nhiều) nét mặt
    • bài đặc biệt, tranh biếm hoạ đặc biệt (trong một tờ báo)
    • (sân khấu) tiết mục chủ chốt
    • feature film, feature picture
      • phim truyện
  • ngoại động từ
    • là nét đặc biệt của
    • mô tả những nét nổi bật của (cái gì); vẽ những nét nổi bật của (cái gì)
    • đề cao
    • chiếu (phim)
    • (từ Mỹ,nghĩa Mỹ) có (ai) đóng vai chính)
      • a film featuring a new star: phim có một ngôi sao màn ảnh mới đóng
    • (từ Mỹ,nghĩa Mỹ), (từ lóng) tưởng tượng
Concise Dictionary
features|featured|featuring'fɪːtʃə(r)
noun
+a prominent aspect of something
+the characteristic parts of a person's face: eyes and nose and mouth and chin
+the principal (full-length) film in a program at a movie theater
+a special or prominent article in a newspaper or magazine
+an article of merchandise that is displayed or advertised more than other articles
verb
+have as a feature
+wear or display in an ostentatious or proud manner

Thesaurus Dictionary
n.
1 characteristic, attribute, trait, mark, hallmark, earmark, property, character, quality, aspect, facet, peculiarity, quirk, idiosyncrasy:
What are the identifying features of traditional Chinese architecture?
2 (main) attraction, draw, special attraction, high point or spot, best or memorable part; main film; US and Canadian drawing card; column, piece, article, item:
The feature of the show was the appearance of Gracie Fields. He writes the gardening feature for a Sunday newspaper.
3 features. face, visage, physiognomy, countenance, looks, Slang mug, kisser, chips and plaice:
Her features twisted into a frown.
v.
4 present, promote, publicize, advertise, highlight, spotlight, put into the limelight, star, stress, emphasize, call attention to, play up, puff up, Colloq headline, hype:
He was featured in many films.
5 be, act, perform, take or have a role or part, participate, be involved or drawn in:
Novels feature prominently in our publishing programme.
Advanced English Dictionary
noun, verb
+ noun [C]
1 something important, interesting or typical of a place or thing: An interesting feature of the city is the old market. + Teamwork is a key feature of the training programme. + Which features do you look for when choosing a car? + The software has no particular distinguishing features. + geographical features
2 [usually pl.] a part of sb's face such as their nose, mouth and eyes: his strong handsome features + Her eyes are her most striking feature.
3 ~ (on sb/sth) (in newspapers, on television, etc.) a special article or programme about sb/sth: a special feature on education
4 (old-fashioned) the main film/movie in a cinema programme
+ verb
1 [VN] ~ sb/sth (as sb/sth) to include a particular person or thing as a special feature: The film features Anthony Hopkins as Picasso. + The latest model features alloy wheels and an electronic alarm. + Many of the hotels featured in the brochure offer special deals for weekend breaks.
2 [V] ~ (in sth) to have an important part in sth: Olive oil and garlic feature prominently in his recipes.
Collocation Dictionary
noun

1 important part of sth

ADJ.

basic, central, essential, important, key, main, major, significant | conspicuous, distinctive, distinguishing, dominant, notable, noteworthy, noticeable, predominant, prominent
a distinctive feature of his poems
| outstanding, remarkable, striking | attractive, endearing, eye-catching | interesting, special, unusual | salient
He took me around our new offices, pointing out all the salient features.
| useful | characteristic, typical | unique | common
the common feature in all these cases
| permanent, regular
These walks became a regular feature of his day.
| recurring
Self-deprecation is a recurring feature as Stevenson talks.
| redeeming
The one redeeming feature of the scheme was its low cost to the council.
| original
The house retains most of its original features.
| built-in | additional | constructional, design, physical, structural | energy-saving, safety
a car with new built-in safety features

VERB + FEATURE

have
The site had a number of interesting features.
| retain | point out

FEATURE + VERB

distinguish sth
the essential feature that distinguishes anorexia nervosa from other eating disorders
| characterize sth
A feature that characterizes all anteaters is an extremely slow metabolic rate.
| include sth
Special features include passenger airbags and an electric sunroof.

2 features: sb's face

ADJ.

handsome | delicate, fine | rugged
admiring his rugged features
| chiselled
a slim figure with strongly chiselled features
| aquiline, hawk-like | facial

VERB + FEATURE

have
She's got very delicate features.

PREP.

with ~
a young woman with fine features

3 newspaper article/television item

ADJ.

big, major, special | regular
The magazine runs a regular feature on ethnic cooking.
| in-depth

VERB + FEATURE

do, have, publish, run
Next month they will publish a special feature on computer books.

FEATURE + NOUN

writer

PREP.

~ on
an in-depth feature on the Italian fashion scene

verb

1 include sth as an important part

ADV.

regularly
Women's magazines regularly feature diets and exercise regimes.
| rarely

PHRASES

be featured in/on sth
His work is featured in a special documentary tonight. The school has been featured on television.

2 have a part in sth

ADV.

heavily, highly, largely, prominently, significantly, strongly
Reading over his past speeches, you'll see that housing, public health and education feature strongly.

PREP.

in
Garlic features prominently in her recipes.



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