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hebrew /'hi:bru:/
  • danh từ
    • người Hê-brơ, người Do thái
    • tiếng Hê-brơ (Do thái) cổ
      • modern hebrew: tiếng Do thái hiện nay
    • (thông tục) lời nói khó hiểu
    • tính từ
      • (thuộc) Hê-brơ
    Advanced English Dictionary
    + noun
    1 a member of an ancient race of people living in what is now Israel and Palestine. Their writings and traditions form the basis of the Jewish religion.
    2 the language traditionally used by the Hebrew people
    3 a modern form of the Hebrew language which is the official language of modern Israel
    Compare: YIDDISH
    Hebrew adjective
    Collocation Dictionary


    ancient, biblical | medieval | modern


    alphabet, script | scripture

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    excellent, fluent, good, perfect ~
    He speaks fluent Japanese.

    bad, broken, poor~
    I got by with broken Chinese and sign language.

    colloquial, idiomatic, non-standard, pidgin, standard ~
    The inhabitants speak a kind of pidgin Spanish.

    spoken, written ~
    My spoken Polish is better than my written Polish.

    business ~
    She is doing a course in business English.

    original ~
    The fable is translated from the original French.

    know, read, speak, understand, use ~
    I am more comfortable using Spanish, if you don't mind.

    be fluent in ~
    She was fluent in German, Urdu and Swahili.

    do, learn ~
    I did German at school but I've forgotten most of it. I've been learning Arabic for four years.

    improve, practise ~
    I spent a month in Rome to improve my Italian.

    master ~
    I never really mastered Latin.

    translate sth into ~
    He has translated her latest book into Korean.

    ~ class, course, lesson
    I'm late for my Russian class.

    ~ interpreter, speaker, a speaker of ~
    the need for Gujarati interpreters

    a command/knowledge of ~
    He has a poor command of English.

    in ~
    What is ‘apple’ in French?He addressed me in his best Portuguese.

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