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group /gru:p/
  • danh từ
    • nhóm
      • 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
    • (hoá học) nhóm, gốc
    • 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
    Concise Dictionary
    groups|grouped|groupinggruːp
    noun
    +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
    verb
    +arrange into a group or groups
    +form a group or group together

    Thesaurus Dictionary
    n.
    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.
    v.
    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.
    Advanced English Dictionary
    noun, verb
    + 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.
    + verb
    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.
    Collocation Dictionary
    noun

    ADJ.

    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.
    | minority
    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.
    | discussion
    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.
    | splinter
    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

    form
    The group formed back in 1992.
    | split up
    The group has split up and re-formed several times with different musicians.

    GROUP + NOUN

    member

    PREP.

    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

    ORGANIZATION:

    create, establish, form, found, set up, start ~
    an association created to promote local industry The company was founded in 1981.

    dissolve ~
    (often law)She sought a court order to have the partnership dissolved.

    run ~
    He runs an accountancy firm.

    manage ~
    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.

    leave ~
    The country plans to leave the organization.

    verb

    ADV.

    closely | loosely | thematically
    Works in the exhibition are grouped thematically.
    | together

    PREP.

    according to
    Eggs were grouped according to colour and size.
    | around/round
    They sat grouped around the fire.
    | by
    The children were grouped by age.
    | in/into
    These stories can be loosely grouped into three types.
    | with
    The England team was grouped with Uruguay and Holland.

    PHRASES

    group sth under a heading
    The names were grouped under four different headings.



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