English - Vietnamese Dictionary
hammer /'hæmə/Concise Dictionary
- danh từ
- pneumatic hammer: búa hơi, búa gió
- búa gỗ (cho người bán đấu giá)
- to bring to the hammer: đem bán đấu giá
- to come to the hammer: bị đem bán đấu giá
- hammer and sickle
- búa liềm (cờ Liên-xô, cờ đảng)
- hammer and tongs
- dốc hết sức lực, với tất cả sức mạnh
- to go (be) at it hammer and tongs
- đánh nhau kịch liệt, cãi nhau kịch liệt
- throwing the hammer
- (thể dục,thể thao) môn ném búa
- up to the hammer
- (thông tục) đặc sắc, cừ khôi
- ngoại động từ
- quai, búa, nện, đóng, đạp mạnh (bằng búa hoặc như bằng búa)
- to hammer a nail in: đóng đinh
- to hammer a piece of metal flat: đập bẹp mảnh kim loại
- (thông tục) đánh bại, giáng cho những thất bại nặng nề (trong chiến tranh, trong thi đấu thể thao...)
- nhồi nhét, tọng
- to hammer an idea into someone's head: nhồi nhét một ý kiền vào đầu ai
- (từ Mỹ,nghĩa Mỹ) phê bình kịch liệt; chỉ trích kịch liệt
- gõ ba lần búa tuyên bố (ai) vỡ nợ
- nội động từ ((thường) + at)
- làm bền bỉ; cố sức làm, gắng công làm (việc gì)
- quấy rầy, quấy nhiễu (ai)
- to hammer away
- tiếp tục làm (việc gì...); gắng công gắng sức làm (việc gì...)
- nã liên hồi, nã dồn dập (súng lớn)
- to hammer away at the enemy positions: nã liên hồi vào vị trí địch (súng lớn)
- to hammer out
- (kỹ thuật) đập bẹt, đập mỏng
- nghĩ ra, tìm ra
- to hammer out a new scheme: nghĩ ra một kế hoạch mới
hammers|hammered|hammering'hæmə(r)Advanced English Dictionary
+the part of a gunlock that strikes the percussion cap when the trigger is pulled
+a hand tool with a heavy rigid head and a handle; used to deliver an impulsive force by striking
+the ossicle attached to the eardrum
+a heavy metal sphere attached to a flexible wire; used in the hammer throw
+a striker that is covered in felt and that causes the piano strings to vibrate
+a power tool for drilling rocks
+the act of pounding (delivering repeated heavy blows)
+beat with or as if with a hammer
+create by hammering
noun, verbCollocation Dictionary
1 [C] a tool with a handle and a heavy metal head, used for breaking things or hitting nails: (figurative) The decision is a hammer blow for the steel industry. + a gentle tap with a hammer + He struck her on the head with a hammer.
See also - SLEDGEHAMMER
2 [C] a tool with a handle and a wooden head, used by a person in charge of an AUCTION (= a sale at which things are sold to the person who offers the most money) in order to get people's attention: to come / go under the hammer (= to be sold at auction) + Forty modern Russian paintings went under the hammer at Christie's today.
3 [C] a small wooden part inside a piano, that hits the strings to produce a sound
4 [C] a part inside a gun that makes the gun fire
5 [C] a metal ball attached to a wire, thrown as a sport
6 (the hammer) [sing.] the event or sport of throwing the hammer
Idioms: hammer and tongs if two people are at it hammer and tongs or go at it hammer and tongs, they argue or fight with a lot of energy and noise: We could hear the neighbours going at it hammer and tongs.
hit with tool
1 ~ sth (in / into / onto sth) to hit sth with a hammer: [V] I could hear somebody hammering next door. + [VN] She hammered the nail into the wall. + [VN-ADJ] He was hammering the sheet of copper flat.
hit many times
2 to hit sth hard many times, especially so that it makes a loud noise: [V] Someone was hammering at the door. + Hail was hammering down onto the roof. + (figurative) I was so scared my heart was hammering (= beating very fast) in my chest. + [VN] He hammered the door with his fists.
kick / hit ball
3 [VN] [usually +adv./prep.] (informal) to kick or hit a ball very hard: He hammered the ball into the net.
4 [VN] (informal) to defeat sb very easily: Our team was hammered 5-1.
Phrasal Verbs: hammer away at sth to work hard in order to finish or achieve sth; to keep repeating sth in order to get the result that you want: She kept hammering away at that point all through the meeting.
1 to emphasize a point, an idea, etc. so that people fully understand it: The school tries to hammer home the importance of homework.
2 to kick a ball hard and score a goal: Beckham crossed the ball and Shearer hammered it home.
hammer sth into sb to make sb learn or remember sth by repeating it many times
hammer out sth
1 to discuss a plan, an idea, etc. until everyone agrees or a decision is made: to hammer out a compromise / deal
2 to play a tune, especially on a piano, loudly and not very well
VERB + HAMMER
hit sth with, tap sth with, use, wield | swing
He swung the hammer with all his strength.
HAMMER + NOUN
(often figurative) The decision is a hammer blow for the coal industry.
a hammer and chisel, a hammer and nails, hammer and sickle
the hammer and sickle of the Soviet flag
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