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gang /gæɳ/
  • danh từ
    • đoàn, tốp, toán, kíp
      • a gang of workmen: một kíp công nhân
      • a gang of war prisoners: một đoàn tù binh
    • bọn, lũ
      • a gang of thieves: một bọn ăn trộm
      • the whole gang: cả bọn, cả lũ
    • bộ (đồ nghề...)
      • a gang of saws: một bộ cưa
  • nội động từ
    • họp thành bọn; kéo bè kéo bọn ((cũng) to gang up)
    • ngoại động từ
      • sắp xếp (đồ nghề...) thành bộ
      • động từ
        • (Ê-cốt) đi
      Concise Dictionary
      gangs|ganged|ganginggæŋ
      noun
      +an association of criminals
      +an informal body of friends
      +an organized group of workmen
      +tool consisting of a combination of implements arranged to work together
      verb
      +act as an organized group
      Thesaurus Dictionary
      n.
      1 group, band, crowd, company, pack, mob, ring:
      The police are looking for the gang that robbed the mail train.
      2 clique, set, coterie, circle, party, company, team, troupe:
      A whole gang of my friends came over yesterday evening.
      v.
      3 gang up (on or against.) conspire or plot against, combine or unite or unify or join (against), league or ally or club or band (against), join forces (against), overwhelm:
      When they all ganged up on me, I decided to change my mind.
      Advanced English Dictionary
      noun, verb
      + noun
      1 an organized group of criminals: criminal gang members and drug dealers + a gang of pickpockets + A four-man gang carried out the robbery.
      2 a group of young people who spend a lot of time together and often cause trouble or fight against other groups: a gang of youths + a street gang + All the local boys are members of gangs.
      3 (informal) a group of friends who meet regularly: The whole gang will be there.
      4 an organized group of workers or prisoners doing work together
      See also - CHAIN GANG
      verb
      Phrasal Verbs: gang together (informal) to join together in a group in order to have more power or strength
      gang up (on / against sb) (informal) to join together in a group to hurt, frighten or oppose sb: At school the older boys ganged up on him and called him names.
      Collocation Dictionary
      noun

      1 group of criminals

      ADJ.

      street
      a street gang known as the Hooligans
      | armed, criminal, organized, terror/terrorist
      The robbery was carried out by an armed gang.
      | teenage | rival
      Fights had ensued between rival gangs of football fans.

      VERB + GANG

      belong to, join
      A lot of the lads belong to gangs. He pressed me to join his gang.

      GANG + NOUN

      attack, fight, violence, warfare
      a gang fight between two rival teenage gangs
      | leader, member | life
      a tale of LA gang life
      | rape

      PREP.

      in a/the ~
      We were in the same gang.
      | ~ of
      a gang of skinheads

      PHRASES

      a member of a gang

      2 group of friends

      PREP.

      ~ of
      You probably go with a gang of friends to the same pub most Saturdays.

      PHRASES

      one of the gang
      Her friends made me feel welcome and treated me as one of the gang.



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