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fetch /fetʃ/
  • danh từ
    • hồn ma, vong hồn (hiện hình)
    • danh từ
      • mánh khoé; mưu mẹo
      • (từ cổ,nghĩa cổ) sự gắng sức
        • to take a fetch: gắng sức
      • (hàng hải) đoạn đường phải chạy (đã quy định)
      • to cast a fetch
        • cái bẫy, đặt bẫy
    • động từ
      • tìm về, đem về
        • to [go and] fetch a doctor: tìm bác sĩ
      • làm chảy máu, làm trào ra
        • to fetch blood: làm chảy máu ra
        • to fetch tears: làm trào nước mắt
      • bán được
        • to fetch a hundred pounds: bán được 100 đồng bảng
      • làm xúc động
      • làm vui thích; mua vui (cho ai)
      • làm bực mình, làm phát cáu
      • (từ Mỹ,nghĩa Mỹ), (thông tục) quyến rũ, làm mê hoặc, làm say mê
      • thở ra
        • to fetch a sigh: thở dài
      • lấy (hơi)
      • đấm thụi, thoi
        • to fetch someone a blow: thụi ai một quả
      • to fetch away
        • thoát khỏi (sự ràng buộc); thoát ra
      • to fetch down
        • (như) to bring down ((xem) bring)
      • to fetch out
        • cho thấy rõ, bóc trần
      • to fetch up
        • nôn, mửa
      • dừng lại
      • (từ Mỹ,nghĩa Mỹ) làm xong
      • to fetch a compass
        • (xem) compass
      • to fetch and carry
        • làm chân đầu sai, làm chân điếu đóm
    Concise Dictionary
    fetches|fetched|fetchingfetʃ
    noun
    +the action of fetching
    verb
    +go or come after and bring or take back
    +be sold for a certain price
    +take away or remove

    Thesaurus Dictionary
    v.
    1 get, go after or for, bring (back), retrieve, deliver, obtain, carry or convey (back):
    Would you please fetch my slippers?
    2 summon, bring or draw forth, call, elicit:
    The doorbell fetched me from my bath.
    3 sell for, bring (in), go for, yield, earn, make, cost, realize:
    These days a house near London fetches a high price.
    n.
    4 reach, stretch, range, span, extent:
    It is quite a long fetch across the bay.
    Advanced English Dictionary
    + verb
    1 (especially BrE) to go to where sb/sth is and bring them/it back: [VN] to fetch help / a doctor + The inhabitants have to walk a mile to fetch water. + She's gone to fetch the kids from school. + [VNN] Could you fetch me my bag?
    2 [VN] to be sold for a particular price: The painting is expected to fetch £10 000 at auction.
    Idioms: fetch and carry (for sb) to do a lot of little jobs for sb as if you were their servant: Most of her day was spent fetching and carrying for her family.
    Phrasal Verbs: fetch up (informal, especially BrE) to arrive somewhere without planning to: And then, a few years after leaving college, he somehow fetched up in Rome.


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