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English - Vietnamese Dictionary
forgive /fə'givn/
  • ngoại động từ forgave
    • tha, tha thứ
      • to forgive somebody: tha thứ cho ai
    • miễn nợ (cho ai), miễn (nợ)
    • nội động từ
      • tha thứ
    Concise Dictionary
    forgave|forgiven|forgives|forgivingfə(r)'gɪv
    verb
    +stop blaming or grant forgiveness
    +absolve from payment

    Thesaurus Dictionary
    v.
    1 pardon, excuse, allow, make allowance(s) for, indulge, condone, vindicate; overlook, ignore, disregard, pay no attention to, pass over, US slough over:
    Please forgive my curiosity, but where did you get that hat?
    2 clear, acquit, absolve, exculpate, exonerate; spare; Colloq let off:
    Father, forgive them, for they know not what they do.
    3 cancel, waive, abolish, void, nullify, erase, delete; Colloq let off (the hook):
    Her dream was to awake one day and find all her debts forgiven.
    Advanced English Dictionary
    1 ~ sb / yourself (for sth / for doing sth) to stop feeling angry with sb who has done sth to harm, annoy or upset you; to stop feeling angry with yourself: [VN] I'll never forgive her for what she did. + I can't forgive that type of behaviour. + I'd never forgive myself if she heard the truth from someone else. + [VNN] She'd forgive him anything. [also V]
    2 ~ me (for doing sth) used to say in a polite way that you are sorry if what you are doing or saying seems rude or silly: [VN] Forgive my ignorance, but what exactly does the company do? + Forgive me, but I don't see that any of this concerns me. + Forgive me for interrupting, but I really don't agree with that. + [VN -ing] Forgive my interrupting but I really don't agree with that.
    3 (formal) (of a bank, country, etc.) to say that sb does not need to pay back money that they have borrowed: [VN] The government has agreed to forgive a large part of the debt. [also VNN]
    Idioms: sb could / might be forgiven for doing sth used to say that it is easy to understand why sb does or thinks sth, although they are wrong: Looking at the crowds out shopping, you could be forgiven for thinking that everyone has plenty of money.
    forgive and forget to stop feeling angry with sb for sth they have done to you and to behave as if it had not happened: I know what he did was wrong but don't you think it's time to forgive and forget?
    Collocation Dictionary
    verb

    ADV.

    quite
    I suspect that Rodney has never quite forgiven either of them.
    | never | easily
    Donna would not easily forgive Beth's silly attempt to trick her.

    VERB + FORGIVE

    be able/unable to, can/could
    I couldn't forgive him.
    | be easy to
    An insult like that isn't easy to forgive.
    | ask sb to, beg sb to
    He fell to his knees and begged God to forgive him.
    | try to

    PREP.

    for
    She never forgave him for losing her ring.

    PHRASES

    forgive and forget
    He was not the sort of man to forgive and forget.



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