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jack /dʤæk/
  • danh từ
    • quả mít
    • (thực vật học) cây mít
    • gỗ mít
    • danh từ
      • (hàng hải) lá cờ ((thường) chỉ quốc tịch)
      • Union Jack
        • quốc kỳ Anh
    • danh từ (từ cổ,nghĩa cổ)
      • áo chẽn không tay (của lính)
      • bình bằng da (để đựng nước, rượu...) ((cũng) black jack)
      • danh từ
        • Giắc (tên riêng, cách gọi thân mật của tên Giôn)
        • người con trai, gã ((cũng) Jack)
          • every man jack: mọi người
          • Jack and Gill (Jill): chàng và nàng
        • (như) jack_tar
        • nhân viên, thợ, người đi làm thuê làm mướn, người làm những công việc linh tinh ((cũng) Jack)
          • Jack in office: viên chức nhỏ nhưng hay làm ra vẻ ta đây quan trọng
        • (đánh bài) quân J
        • (từ Mỹ,nghĩa Mỹ), (từ lóng) tiến
        • (quân sự), (từ lóng) lính quân cảnh
        • (động vật học) cá chó nhỏ
        • (kỹ thuật) cái kích ((cũng) cattiage jack); cái palăng; tay đòn, đòn bẩy
        • giá, bệ đỡ
        • cái đế rút giày ống ((cũng) boot jack)
        • máy để quay xiên nướng thịt
        • (từ Mỹ,nghĩa Mỹ) đuốc, đèn (để đi săn hoặc câu đêm) ((cũng) jack light)
        • to be Jack of all trades and master of none
          • nghề gì cũng biết nhưng chẳng tinh nghề nào
        • before you could say Jack Robinson
          • đột ngột, rất nhanh, không kịp kêu lên một tiếng, không kịp ngáp
      • ngoại động từ
        • ((thường) + up) kích lên (xe ô tô...)
        • săn bằng đuốc, săn bằng đèn; câu bằng đuốc, câu bằng đèn
        • to jack up
          • bỏ, từ bỏ
        • to jack up one's job: bỏ công việc
        • (từ Mỹ,nghĩa Mỹ), (thông tục) nâng, tăng (giá lương...)
        • (từ Mỹ,nghĩa Mỹ), (thông tục) quở trách, khiển, chỉnh (vì sao lãng...)
      Concise Dictionary
      jacks|jacked|jackingdʒæk
      noun
      +a small worthless amount
      +a man who serves as a sailor
      +someone who works with their hands; someone engaged in manual labor
      +immense East Indian fruit resembling breadfruit; it contains an edible pulp and nutritious seeds that are commonly roasted
      +a small ball at which players aim in lawn bowling
      +an electrical device consisting of a connector socket designed for the insertion of a plug
      +game equipment consisting of one of several small six-pointed metal pieces that are picked up while bouncing a ball in the game of jacks
      +small flag indicating a ship's nationality
      +one of four face cards in a deck bearing a picture of a young prince
      +tool for exerting pressure or lifting
      +any of several fast-swimming predacious fishes of tropical to warm temperate seas
      +male donkey
      verb
      +lift with a special device
      +hunt with a jacklight

      Advanced English Dictionary
      noun, verb
      + noun
      1 [C] a device for raising heavy objects off the ground, especially motor vehicles so that a wheel can be changed
      2 [C] an electronic connection between two pieces of electrical equipment
      3 [C] (in a pack / deck of cards) a card with a picture of a young man on it, worth more than a ten and less than a queen: the jack of clubs
      4 [C] (in the game of BOWLS) a small white ball towards which players roll larger balls
      5 (jacks) [pl.] a children's game in which players bounce a small ball and pick up small metal objects, also called jacks before catching the ball
      See also - BLACKJACK, FLAPJACK, UNION JACK
      Idioms: a jack of all trades a person who can do many different types of work, but who perhaps does not do them very well
      more at ALL RIGHT adj.
      verb
      Phrasal Verbs: jack sth<->in (BrE, informal) to decide to stop doing sth, especially your job: After five years, he decided to jack it all in.
      jack off (!!!, slang) (of a man) to MASTURBATE
      jack sth<->up
      1 to lift sth, especially a vehicle, off the ground using a jack: Thieves jacked up the car and stole the wheels.
      2 (informal) to increase sth, especially prices, by a large amount
      Collocation Dictionary
      noun

      More information about PLAYING CARD

      PLAYING CARD:

      cards two, three, etc. of ~s
      the four of hearts

      jack, queen, king, ace of ~s
      the ace of spades

      high, low ~
      a low club

      black, red ~
      You can't put a red five on a red six.

      pick up, take ~
      Why didn't you pick up the king?

      have, hold ~
      He knew his opponents held only spades and diamonds.

      lay/put down, play ~
      She put down a joker.

      lead ~
      You should have led a high spade.

      draw ~
      Use your ace and king to draw the trumps.

      trump ~
      He trumped my ace!

      ~ be trumps/wild/high
      Spades are trumps. Let's play again. This time twos are wild, aces high.

      ~ trick (
      in games like bridge and whist
      )
      We needed to take three more spade tricks.

      on a/the ~
      You can play either a nine or a jack on a ten.



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