English - Vietnamese Dictionary
framework /'freimwə:k/Concise Dictionary
- danh từ
- sườn (nhà, tàu...); khung (máy)
- khung ảnh, khung tranh (nói chung)
- cốt truyện
- framework of a novel: cốt truyện của một cuốn tiểu thuyết
- lớp đá lát thành giếng, sườn đê
- (nghĩa bóng) cơ cấu tổ chức, khuôn khổ
- the framework of society: cơ cấu xã hội
- to return into the framework
frameworksnounAdvanced English Dictionary
+a hypothetical description of a complex entity or process
+the underlying structure
+a structure supporting or containing something
+ nounCollocation Dictionary
1 the parts of a building or an object that support its weight and give it shape: built on a wooden / metal framework
2 ~ (of / for sth) a set of beliefs, ideas or rules that is used as the basis for making judgements, decisions, etc: The report provides a framework for further research. + We are currently exploring new approaches within existing frameworks of practice and thinking.
3 the structure of a particular system: We need to establish a legal framework for the protection of the environment. + the basic framework of society
basic, broad, general | wider
The needs of individual schools need to be considered in a wider framework.
| existing | flexible | comprehensive | coherent | analytical, conceptual, theoretical | legal, political | administrative, management, policy | economic, financial | chronological, historical
Carbon dating provides the archaeologist with a basic chronological framework.
VERB + FRAMEWORK
establish, have, set
They established a basic framework of ground rules for discussions.
| offer (sb), provide (sb with)
outside a/the ~
Negotiations were also conducted outside the framework of the treaty talks proper.
| within a/the ~
The committee will work within the framework of certain broad objectives.
| ~ for
a legal framework for the regulation of public access to databases
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