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human /'hju:mən/
  • tính từ
    • (thuộc) con người, (thuộc) loài người
      • human being: con người
      • human nature: bản tính con người, nhân tính
    • có tính người, có tình cảm của con người
    • danh từ
      • con người
    Concise Dictionary
    humans'hjuːmən
    noun
    +any living or extinct member of the family Hominidae characterized by superior intelligence, articulate speech, and erect carriage
    adj.
    +characteristic of humanity
    +relating to a person
    +having human form or attributes as opposed to those of animals or divine beings

    Thesaurus Dictionary
    adj.
    1 mortal, anthropoid, hominoid, android; hominid; Possibly offensive manlike:
    The aliens from the spaceship had few human characteristics. It is human nature to think
    2 sensitive, defenceless, weak, fallible, vulnerable:
    She is human, too, and can be easily hurt.
    3 kind, kindly, kind-hearted, considerate, charitable, compassionate, merciful, benign, benignant, tender, gentle, forgiving, lenient, benevolent, beneficent, generous, magnanimous, humanitarian, understanding, accommodating, sympathetic, good-natured, humane, sensitive:
    Human concern for others is in short supply these days.
    n.
    4 human being, person, individual, woman, man, child, mortal, one, soul, someone, somebody:
    Humans have long maltreated many of the animals on which they depend.
    Advanced English Dictionary
    adjective, noun
    + adjective
    1 [only before noun] of or connected with people rather than animals, machines or gods: the human body / brain + human anatomy / activity / behaviour / experience + a terrible loss of human life + Contact with other people is a basic human need. + This food is not fit for human consumption. + human geography (= the study of the way different people live around the world) + The hostages were used as a human shield (= a person or group of people that is forced to stay in a particular place where they would be hurt or killed if their country attacked it). + Firefighters formed a human chain (= a line of people) to carry the children to safety.
    2 showing the weaknesses that are typical of people, which means that other people should not criticize the person too much: human weaknesses / failings + We must allow for human error. + It's only human to want the best for your children.
    3 having the same feelings and emotions as most ordinary people: He's really very human when you get to know him. + The public is always attracted to politicians who have the human touch (= the ability to make ordinary people feel relaxed when they meet them).
    Compare: INHUMAN, NON-HUMAN
    Idioms see MILK n.
    + noun (also human being) a person rather than an animal or a machine: Dogs can hear much better than humans. + That is no way to treat another human being.


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