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folklore
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English - Vietnamese Dictionary
folklore /'flouklɔ:/
  • danh từ
    • văn học dân gian; truyền thống dân gian
    • khoa nghiên cứu văn học dân gian; khoa nghiên cứu truyền thống dân gian
Concise Dictionary
'fəʊklɔr /-lɔː
noun
+the unwritten literature (stories and proverbs and riddles and songs) of a culture
Advanced English Dictionary
+ noun
[U] the traditions and stories of a country or community: Irish / Indian folklore + The story rapidly became part of family folklore.
Collocation Dictionary
noun

ADJ.

popular | local | cricket, sporting, etc.

VERB + FOLKLORE

be part of | become part of, enter (into), pass into
The victory became part of sporting folklore.

FOLKLORE + VERB

have it that …
Local folklore has it that prehistoric men drove cattle over these cliffs.

PREP.

according to ~
According to popular folklore, anyone who owns such a picture will have bad luck.
| in … ~
a character in American folklore



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