Từ điển trực tuyến - Online Dictionary

English - Vietnamese Dictionary
flag /'flæg/
  • danh từ
    • (thực vật học) cây irit
    • danh từ
      • phiến đá lát đường ((cũng) flag stone)
      • (số nhiều) mặt đường lát bằng đá phiến
      • ngoại động từ
        • lát bằng đá phiến
        • danh từ
          • lông cánh (chin) ((cũng) flag feather)
          • danh từ
            • cờ
              • to hoist the flag: kéo cờ trên đất mới khám phá
            • (hàng hải) cờ lệnh (trên tàu có hàng đô đốc)
            • đuôi cờ (của một loại chó săn)
            • to boist one's flag
              • nhận quyền chỉ huy
            • to strike one's flag
              • từ bỏ quyền chỉ huy
            • hạ cờ đầu hàng
            • ngoại động từ
              • trang hoàng bằng cờ; treo cờ
              • ra hiệu bằng cờ
              • đánh dấu bằng cờ
              • nội động từ
                • yếu đi, giảm sút; héo đi
                  • never flagging enthusiasm: nhiệt tình không bao giờ giảm sút
                • lả đi
                • trở nên nhạt nhẽo
                  • conversation is flagging: câu chuyện trở nên nhạt nhẽo, câu chuyện trở nên rời rạc
              Concise Dictionary
              +emblem usually consisting of a rectangular piece of cloth of distinctive design
              +plants with sword-shaped leaves and erect stalks bearing bright-colored flowers composed of three petals and three drooping sepals
              +a rectangular piece of fabric used as a signalling device
              +a listing printed in all issues of a newspaper or magazine (usually on the editorial page) that gives the name of the publication and the names of the editorial staff, etc.
              +flagpole used to mark the position of the hole on a golf green
              +stratified stone that splits into pieces suitable as paving stones
              +a conspicuously marked or shaped tail
              +communicate or signal with a flag
              +provide with a flag
              +droop, sink, or settle from or as if from pressure or loss of tautness
              +decorate with flags
              +become less intense

              Thesaurus Dictionary
              1 banner, ensign, standard, pennant, banneret, pennon, streamer, bunting, jack, gonfalon, vexillum:
              Our flag was raised over the fort.
              2 Often flag down, warn, signal, hail, inform, stop:
              A workman flagged us down because the bridge was out.
              3 mark, tag, label, tab, identify, Brit tick (off), US and Canadian check (off):
              Flag the supplies you need that are listed here.
              1 droop, sag, dangle, hang down, swag, festoon:
              In the doldrums the sails flagged soggily about the masts.
              2 weaken, languish, falter, fail, dwindle, fade, deteriorate, waste away, degenerate, die, decline, diminish, decrease, lessen, abate, peter out, taper off, let up, ease (up), subside, slump, fall off, wane, ebb, sink, lag:
              When he reached eighty, he sometimes complained that his sexual appetite was flagging.
              Advanced English Dictionary
              noun, verb
              + noun
              1 a piece of fabric with a special coloured design on it that may be the symbol of a particular country or organization, or may have a particular meaning. A flag can be attached to a pole or held in the hand: the Italian flag + the flag of Italy + The hotel flies the American flag when it has guests from the US. + The American flag was flying. + All the flags were at half mast (= in honour of a famous person who has died). + The black and white flag went down, and the race began.
              2 used to refer to a particular country or organization and its beliefs and values: to swear allegiance to the flag + He was working under the flag of the United Nations.
              3 a piece of fabric that is attached to a pole and used as a signal or MARKER in various sports
              4 a flower that is a type of IRIS and that grows near water: yellow flags
              5 = FLAGSTONE
              Idioms: fly / show / wave the flag to show your support for your country, an organization or an idea to encourage or persuade others to do the same
              keep the flag flying to represent your country or organization: Our exporters keep the flag flying at international trade exhibitions.
              + verb (-gg-)
              1 [VN] to put a special mark next to information that you think is important: I've flagged the paragraphs that we need to look at in more detail.
              2 [V] to become tired, weaker or less enthusiastic: It had been a long day and the children were beginning to flag. + Her confidence never flagged. + flagging support / enthusiasm
              Phrasal Verbs: flag sb/sth<->down to signal to the driver of a vehicle to stop by waving at them: She flagged down a passing motorist.(also flag)
              + noun
              a large flat square piece of stone that is used for floors, paths, etc.
              Collocation Dictionary


              national | chequered
              Schumacher took the chequered flag to win his fourth Grand Prix of the season.
              | tattered
              A tattered flag hung from the roof of the burnt-out building.

              VERB + FLAG

              fly, hang (out), hoist, raise, run up
              a ship flying a Russian flag
              | lower | wave
              The crowd all waved flags as the president came past.
              | unfurl | carry

              FLAG + VERB

              hang | flap, flutter, fly, wave
              a flag fluttering in the breeze
              | be/fly at half mast

              FLAG + NOUN



              under a/the ~
              a ship sailing under a British flag
              | ~ of
              a flag of truce

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