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English - Vietnamese Dictionary
garden /'gɑ:dn/
  • danh từ
    • vườn
      • a vegetable garden: vườn rau
    • (số nhiều) công viên, vườn
      • zoological gardens: vườn bách thú
    • vùng màu mỡ xanh tốt
      • to lead somebody up the garden [path]: lừa phỉnh ai, đánh lừa ai
  • nội động từ
    • làm vườn
Concise Dictionary
gardens|gardened|gardening'gɑrdn /'gɑːdn
noun
+a plot of ground where plants are cultivated
+the flowers or vegetables or fruits or herbs that are cultivated in a garden
+a yard or lawn adjoining a house
verb
+work in the garden
Advanced English Dictionary
noun, verb
+ noun
1 [C] (BrE) (AmE yard) a piece of land next to or around your house where you can grow flowers, fruit, vegetables, etc., usually with an area of grass, (called a LAWN): a front / back garden + children playing in the garden + garden flowers / plants + out in the garden + a rose garden (= where only roses are grown)
See also - KITCHEN GARDEN, MARKET GARDEN, ROCK GARDEN, ROOF GARDEN
2 [C] (AmE) an area in a yard where you grow flowers or plants
3 [C] (usually gardens) a public park: the botanical gardens in Edinburgh + (AmE) The garden closes at 6 p.m.
See also - ZOOLOGICAL GARDEN
4 (gardens) [pl.] (abbreviation Gdns) (BrE) used in the name of streets: 39 Belvoir Gardens
Idioms: everything in the garden is rosy (BrE, saying) everything is satisfactory
more at COMMON adj., LEAD v.
+ verb [V] to work in a garden
gardener noun: My wife's a keen gardener. + We employ a gardener two days a week.
gardening noun [U]: organic gardening + gardening gloves + a gardening programme on TV
Collocation Dictionary
noun

ADJ.

beautiful, lovely, pretty | big, large | small, tiny | back, front
people hanging out washing in their back gardens
| flower, herb, kitchen, rose, vegetable
Most of the hotel's salads are grown in its own kitchen garden.
| rock, water
a rock garden with an astonishing variety of alpine plants
| botanical, cottage, formal, landscaped, public, town, walled
a large country house with beautiful landscaped gardens plants suitable for a small town garden a lovely Victorian walled garden

VERB + GARDEN

create, design, lay out, plan, plant
creating a garden out of a wilderness We got someone to design the garden for us. The garden is laid out in eighteenth century style.
| plant
We planted the garden with herbs and wild flowers.
| dig, do, tend, tidy (up), weed
Weekends were spent doing the garden.

GARDEN + NOUN

flower, plant | pest
aphids, one of the commonest garden pests
| tools | gate, path, shed, wall | furniture, seat | centre
We got the gravel at our local garden centre.

PREP.

in/into a/the ~
Mary's out in the garden.

PHRASES

the bottom/end of a garden



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