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fog /fɔg/
  • danh từ
    • cỏ mọc lại
    • cỏ để mọc dài không cắt (về mùa đông)
    • ngoại động từ
      • để cho cỏ mọc lại ở (một mảnh đất)
      • cho (súc vật) ăn cỏ mọc lại
      • danh từ
        • sương mù
        • màn khói mờ, màn bụi mờ
        • tình trạng mờ đi (vì sương mù)
        • (nghĩa bóng) tình trạng trí óc mờ đi; tình trạng bối rối hoang mang
          • to be in a fog: bối rối hoang mang
        • (nhiếp ảnh) vết mờ
        • ngoại động từ
          • phủ sương mù; làm mờ đi, che mờ (như phủ một màn sương)
          • làm bối rối hoang mang
          • (nhiếp ảnh) làm mờ (phim ảnh) đi
          • nội động từ
            • phủ sương mù; đầy sương mù; mờ đi
            • (+ off) chết vì úng nước, chết vì đẫm sương
            • (nhiếp ảnh) mờ đi, phim ảnh
          Concise Dictionary
          fogged|fogging|fogsfɑg ,fɔg /fɒg
          noun
          +droplets of water vapor suspended in the air near the ground
          +an atmosphere in which visibility is reduced because of a cloud of some substance
          +confusion characterized by lack of clarity
          verb
          +make less visible or unclear
          Thesaurus Dictionary
          n.
          1 mist, haze, smog, vapour, cloud, Colloq pea-souper:
          Our flight was grounded because of fog.
          2 trance, daze, stupor, brown study, confused state; coma:
          He's in a fog and didn't hear a word you said.
          v.
          3 dim, obscure, cloud, bedim, becloud, blind, stifle:
          The purpose of all that verbiage is merely to fog the issue.
          4 Usually, befog. bewilder, mystify, perplex, confuse, muddle, puzzle, nonplus:
          I was completely befogged by the technical language he used.
          5 Also, fog up or over. mist over or up, cloud up or over, shroud:
          My bathroom mirror fogs when I take a hot shower.
          Advanced English Dictionary
          noun, verb
          + noun [U, C]
          1 a thick cloud of very small drops of water in the air close to the land or sea, that is very difficult to see through: Dense / thick fog is affecting roads in the north and visibility is poor. + freezing fog + Patches of fog will clear by mid-morning. + We get heavy fogs on this coast in winter. + The town was covered in a thick blanket of fog.
          Compare: MIST
          2 a state of confusion, in which things are not clear: He went through the day with his mind in a fog.
          + verb (-gg-)
          1 [V, VN] ~ (sth) (up) if a glass surface fogs or is fogged up, it becomes covered in steam or small drops of water so that you cannot see through
          2 [VN] to make sb/sth confused or less clear: I tried to clear the confusion that was fogging my brain. + The government was trying to fog the real issues before the election.
          Collocation Dictionary
          noun

          ADJ.

          dense, heavy, thick | freezing | patchy
          Drizzle and patchy fog are forecast.
          | swirling

          QUANT.

          bank, blanket, patch
          The town was shrouded in a thick blanket of fog.

          VERB + FOG

          be shrouded in

          FOG + VERB

          cover sth, lie, shroud sth
          A freezing fog lay over the valley.
          | close in, come down, descend, roll in
          A dense fog came down in the afternoon. A heavy fog rolled in from the sea.
          | clear, disperse, lift
          The fog had lifted by late morning.
          | drift, swirl
          fog drifting over the water
          | obscure sth
          A bank of fog obscured the farmhouse.

          FOG + NOUN

          patches

          PREP.

          in/into (a/the) ~
          We got lost in the fog.
          | through (a/the) ~
          We drove slowly through the fog.



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