English - Vietnamese Dictionary
group /gru:p/Concise Dictionary
- danh từ
- to lean in groups: học nhóm
- to from a group: họp lại thành nhóm
- atomic group: (vật lý) nhóm nguyên tử
- group of algebras: (toán học) nhóm các đại số
- blood group: (y học) nhóm máu
- động từ
- hợp thành nhóm; tập hợp lại
- people grouped [themselves] round the speaker: mọi người tập họp lại xung quanh diễn giả
- phân loại, phân loại, phân hạng, phân phối theo nhóm
- (nghệ thuật) tạo nên sự hoà hợp màu sắc
+any number of entities (members) considered as a unit
+(chemistry) two or more atoms bound together as a single unit and forming part of a molecule
+a set that is closed, associative, has an identity element and every element has an inverse
+arrange into a group or groups
+form a group or group together
Advanced English Dictionary
1 assembly, assemblage, gathering, congregation, company, number, alliance, union, association, organization, league, society, coterie, clique, set, band, circle, club, party, body, faction, crowd, team, corps, guild, troupe, unit, troop, platoon, squad, gang:
A group of revolutionaries meets nightly in a basement in Krakowskaya Street
2 batch, aggregation, set, grouping, collection, assemblage, bunch, accumulation, conglomeration, agglomeration, assortment, series; pile, heap, bundle:
The entire group of abstract paintings was auctioned at double their estimated value.
3 classify, class, sort, bracket, organize, order, rank, assort, categorize, catalogue:
Books are grouped according to subject.
4 collect, assemble, arrange, place, dispose, gather, organize, bring or put together, set apart:
Group oversized books together on the lowest shelves.
noun, verbCollocation Dictionary
+ noun [C+sing./pl. v.]
1 a number of people or things that are together in the same place or that are connected in some way: a group of girls / trees / houses + A group of us are going to the theatre this evening. + Students stood around in groups waiting for their results. + a discussion / study / support group + the Germanic group of languages + The proportion of single parent families varies between different income groups. + a group activity (= done by a number of people working together)
See also - SUBGROUP
Help Note: There are many other compounds ending in group. You will find them at their place in the alphabet.
2 (business) a number of companies that are owned by the same person or organization: a newspaper group + the Burton group + the group sales director
3 (rather old-fashioned) a number of musicians who perform together, especially to play pop music: She sings in a rock group.
1 ~ (sb/sth) (round / around sb/sth)
~ (sb/sth) (together) to gather into a group; to make sb/sth form a group: [VN] The children grouped themselves around their teacher. + Most of the houses were grouped around the church. + [V] We all grouped around the tree for a photograph. + The colleges grouped together to offer a wider range of courses.
2 [VN] to divide people or things into groups of people or things that are similar in some way: The books are grouped together by subject. + Contestants were grouped according to age and ability.
big, large, wide
She has a very wide group of friends.
| select, small
The president met with a select group of senior ministers.
| coherent, cohesive, tight, tightly-knit
The strangers who came together for the course soon became a cohesive group.
Disabled drivers are an ever-growing minority group.
| cultural, ethnic, racial | family
The animals live in family groups of 10?20 individuals.
| age, peer
young people in this age group He started smoking because of peer-group pressure.
a discussion group that meets once a month
| self-help | action, pressure
Local parents have formed an action group to campaign for better road safety.
A few members of the party broke away to form a splinter group.
| theatre | pop, rock | blood
What blood group are you?
VERB + GROUP
form, found, set up, start | divide sb/sth into
We divided the class into small groups.
| manage, run | become a member of, join | leave
He left the group last year to pursue a solo career.
GROUP + VERB
The group formed back in 1992.
| split up
The group has split up and re-formed several times with different musicians.
GROUP + NOUN
as a ~
The gorillas go foraging for food as a group.
| in a/the ~
There are fifteen of us in the group.
| within a/the ~
Within a group, each individual had a definite status.
| ~ of
a group of young mothers
More information about ORGANIZATION
create, establish, form, found, set up, start ~
an association created to promote local industry The company was founded in 1981.
(often law)She sought a court order to have the partnership dissolved.
He runs an accountancy firm.
The executive committee manages the group on a day-to-day basis.
be/become a member of, join ~
She became a member of the Society of Arts.
The country plans to leave the organization.
closely | loosely | thematically
Works in the exhibition are grouped thematically.
Eggs were grouped according to colour and size.
They sat grouped around the fire.
The children were grouped by age.
These stories can be loosely grouped into three types.
The England team was grouped with Uruguay and Holland.
group sth under a heading
The names were grouped under four different headings.
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