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founder /'faundə/
  • danh từ
    • thợ đúc (gang...)
    • người thành lập, người sáng lập
    • (thú y học) viêm khớp chân, (ngựa) (vì làm việc quá sức)
    • nội động từ
      • sập xuống, sụt lở (đất, nhà)
      • bị chìm, chìm nghỉm, bị đắm (tàu thuỷ)
      • bị quỵ (vì làm việc quá sức); bị què; bị sa lầy (ngựa)
      • ngoại động từ
        • làm chìm, làm đắm (tàu thuỷ)
        • làm quỵ (ngựa)
      Concise Dictionary
      foundress|founders|foundresses|foundered|foundering'faʊndə(r)
      noun
      +inflammation of the laminated tissue that attaches the hoof to the foot of a horse
      +a person who founds or establishes some institution
      +a worker who makes metal castings
      verb
      +fail utterly; collapse
      +sink below the surface
      +break down, literally or metaphorically
      +stumble and nearly fall

      Thesaurus Dictionary
      n.
      originator, creator, progenitor, author, framer, father, architect, designer, builder, initiator, establisher, institutor:
      Today we honour the founder of this great university.
      v.
      1 sink, go down or under, go to Davy Jones's locker, be wrecked or destroyed:
      Many a proud vessel has foundered on this rock.
      2 fail, miscarry, collapse, come to nothing or naught, fall through, abort, falter, break down, come to grief, die:
      After Alice left to get married, the business foundered.
      3 trip, stumble, stagger, lurch, fall, topple (over or down), collapse; go lame:
      He drove the horse too hard and caused it to founder.
      Advanced English Dictionary
      noun, verb
      + noun
      a person who starts an organization, institution, etc. or causes sth to be built: the founder and president of the company
      + verb [V] ~ (on sth) (written)
      1 (of a plan, etc.) to fail because of a particular problem or difficulty: The project foundered after problems with funding. + The peace talks foundered on a basic lack of trust.
      2 (of a ship) to fill with water and sink: Our boat foundered on a reef.
      Collocation Dictionary
      noun

      ADJ.

      original | joint
      a wife and husband who are joint founders of the company
      | company

      FOUNDER + NOUN

      member
      a founder member of the band



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