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heavier
English - Vietnamese Dictionary
heavy /'hevi/
  • tính từ
    • nặng, nặng nề ((nghĩa đen) & (nghĩa bóng))
      • a heavy burden: gánh nặng
      • a heavy task: công việc nặng nề
      • a heavy wound: vết thương nặng
      • a heavy sleep: giấc ngủ nặng nề
      • a heavy drinker: người nghiện rượu nặng
      • heavy losses: thiệt hại nặng
    • (+ with) chất nặng, chứa đầy, nặng trĩu
      • cart-with goods: xe bò chất nặng hàng hoá
      • air-wirth the scent of roses: không khí ngát hương hoa hồng
    • nặng, khó tiêu (thức ăn)
    • (quân sự) nặng trọng
      • heavy guns (artillery): trọng pháo, súng lớn
      • heavy metal: trọng pháo, súng lớn; (nghĩa bóng) địch thủ đáng gờm, địch thủ ghê gớm
    • nhiều, bội, rậm rạp
      • heavy crop: vụ mùa bội thu
      • heavy foliage: cành lá rậm rạp
    • lớn, to, dữ dội, kịch liệt
      • heavy storm: bão lớn
      • heavy rain: mưa to, mưa như trút nước
      • heavy sea: biển động dữ dội
    • chắc, bì bì, không xốp, không nở (bột bánh...)
    • chán ngắt, buồn tẻ, không hấp dẫn (tác phẩm văn học nghệ thuật)
    • âm u, u ám, ảm đạm
      • heavy sky: bầu trời âm u
    • lấy lội khó đi (đường sá...)
    • tối dạ, chậm hiểu, đần độn (người)
    • trông nặng trình trịch, vụng về khó coi, thô
    • đau buồn, đau đớn, bi thảm, chán nản, thất vọng
      • heavy news: tin buồn
      • a heavy heart: lòng nặng trĩu đau buồn
      • a heavy fate: số phận đáng buồn, số phận bi thảm
    • buồn ngủ
      • to be heavy with sleep: buồn ngủ rũ ra
    • (sân khấu) nghiêm nghị, khắc khổ
      • to play the part of a heavy father: đóng vai một ông bố nghiêm nghị khắc khổ
    • (hoá học) đặc, khó bay hơi
      • heavy oil: dầu đặc
    • to be heavy on (in) hand
      • khó cầm cương (ngựa)
    • (nghĩa bóng) khó làm vui, khoa làm cho khuây khoả (người)
    • heavy swell
      • (thông tục) người lên khung để tỏ vẻ ta đây quan trọng
  • phó từ
    • nặng, nặng nề
      • to lie heavy on...: đè nặng lên...
    • chậm chạp
      • time hangs heavy: thời gian trôi đi chậm chạp
  • danh từ, số nhiều heavies
    • đội cận vệ Rồng
    • (số nhiều) (the Heavies) trọng pháo
    • (từ Mỹ,nghĩa Mỹ) võ sĩ hạng nặng, đồ vật hạng nặng; người nặng trên trung bình
    • (từ Mỹ,nghĩa Mỹ) vai nghiêm nghị khắc khổ (trên sân khấu)
Concise Dictionary
heavier|heaviest|heavies'hevɪ
noun
+an actor who plays villainous roles
+a serious (or tragic) role in a play
adj.
+of comparatively great physical weight or density
+unusually great in degree or quantity or number
+of the military or industry; using (or being) the heaviest and most powerful armaments or weapons or equipment
+marked by great psychological weight; weighted down especially with sadness or troubles or weariness
+usually describes a large person who is fat but has a large frame to carry it
+(used of soil) compact and fine-grained
+darkened by clouds
+of great intensity or power or force
+(physics, chemistry) being or containing an isotope with greater than average atomic mass or weight
+(of an actor or role) being or playing the villain
+permitting little if any light to pass through because of denseness of matter
+of relatively large extent and density
+made of fabric having considerable thickness
+prodigious
+full and loud and deep
+given to excessive indulgence of bodily appetites especially for intoxicating liquors
+of great gravity or crucial import; requiring serious thought
+slow and laborious because of weight
+large and powerful; especially designed for heavy loads or rough work
+dense or inadequately leavened and hence likely to cause distress in the alimentary canal
+sharply inclined
+full of; bearing great weight
+requiring or showing effort
+characterized by toilsome effort to the point of exhaustion; especially physical effort
+lacking lightness or liveliness
+(of sleep) deep and complete
+in an advanced stage of pregnancy
adv.
+slowly as if burdened by much weight
Thesaurus Dictionary
adj.
1 weighty, ponderous, massive, Literary massy; compact, dense:
This box is much too heavy for me to lift.
2 abundant, overflowing, excessive, copious, profuse, prodigious, ample, unmanageable:
We just crawled along in the heavy traffic.
3 serious, grave, important, crucial, critical, acute:
You always bring up heavy topics at the end of the meeting.
4 burdensome, onerous, oppressive, weighty, unbearable, severe, grievous, distressful, sore, intolerable, insupportable or unsupportable, awful:
Teenagers often feel that they are weighed down with heavy responsibilities.
5 sad, sorrowful, distressing, grievous, upsetting, depressing, gloomy, sombre, melancholy:
Some heavy news has been received from the front.
6 unhappy, miserable, depressed, melancholy, grieving, sad, dejected, downhearted, disconsolate, downcast, despondent, gloomy, heavy-hearted, morose, crestfallen, cheerless:
Heavy at heart, he returned to his cheerless home.
7 ponderous, tedious, monotonous, boring, uninteresting, leaden, dull, prosaic, dry, dry-as-dust, stodgy, staid, stuffy, stifling, stultifying:
The critics found the style much too heavy for the subject being treated
8 thick, coarse, broad, blunt, clumsy, ungraceful:
These heavy brush-strokes prove that the painting is not a Turner.
9 gloomy, cloudy, overcast, bleak, dismal, dreary, leaden, grey, dark, louring or lowering, threatening:
it was another of Scotland's heavy February days.
10 intense, concentrated, severe, forceful, violent, torrential:
The snowfall was the heaviest of the year.
11 overweight, fat, obese, stout, chubby, plump, corpulent, portly, paunchy, tubby, Brit podgy or US pudgy, Colloq beer-bellied:
The doctor did not say I was too heavy, only that I ought to be six inches taller.
12 weighty, difficult, complex, recondite, arcane, deep, profound, esoteric, incomprehensible, impenetrable, unfathomable:
He specializes in some heavy subject like micro-palaeontology.
13 burdened, laden, encumbered, loaded, overloaded, weighed down:
We spied two Indiamen, heavy with cargoes of spices, sailing towards us.


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