English - Vietnamese Dictionary
feature /'fi:tʃə/Concise Dictionary
- danh từ
- nét đặc biệt, điểm đặc trưng
- bài đặc biệt, tranh biếm hoạ đặc biệt (trong một tờ báo)
- (sân khấu) tiết mục chủ chốt
- feature film, feature picture
- ngoại động từ
- mô tả những nét nổi bật của (cái gì); vẽ những nét nổi bật của (cái gì)
- (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
+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
+have as a feature
+wear or display in an ostentatious or proud manner
Advanced English Dictionary
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.
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.
noun, verbCollocation Dictionary
+ 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
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.
1 important part of sth
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.
Self-deprecation is a recurring feature as Stevenson talks.
The one redeeming feature of the scheme was its low cost to the council.
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
The site had a number of interesting features.
| retain | point out
FEATURE + VERB
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
handsome | delicate, fine | rugged
admiring his rugged features
a slim figure with strongly chiselled features
| aquiline, hawk-like | facial
VERB + FEATURE
She's got very delicate features.
a young woman with fine features
3 newspaper article/television item
big, major, special | regular
The magazine runs a regular feature on ethnic cooking.
VERB + FEATURE
do, have, publish, run
Next month they will publish a special feature on computer books.
FEATURE + NOUN
an in-depth feature on the Italian fashion scene verb
1 include sth as an important part
Women's magazines regularly feature diets and exercise regimes.
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
heavily, highly, largely, prominently, significantly, strongly
Reading over his past speeches, you'll see that housing, public health and education feature strongly.
Garlic features prominently in her recipes.
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