jointEnglish - Vietnamese Dictionary
joint /dʤɔint/Concise Dictionary
- danh từ
- chỗ nối, mối nối, đầu nối
- (giải phẫu) khớp (xương)
- out of joint: trật khớp, sai khớp; (nghĩa bóng) trục trặc, không ăn khớp, lộn bậy lung tung
- (địa lý,ddịa chất) khe nứt, thớ nứt (ở khối đá...)
- (kỹ thuật) mối hàn, mối nối, mối ghép; khớp nối, bản lề
- (từ Mỹ,nghĩa Mỹ), (từ lóng) ổ lưu manh, ổ gái điếm lén lút, tiệm lén hút; hắc điếm
- to put someone's nese out of joint
- tính từ
- chung (giữa hai hay nhiều người)
- joint efforts: cố gắng chung (của hai hay nhiều người)
- a joint communiqué: thông cáo chung
- during their joint lives: (pháp lý) trong khi cả hai người (tất cả) đều còn sống
- ngoại động từ
- nối lại bằng đoạn nối, ghép lại bằng đoạn nối
- cắt tại những đoạn nối; chia ra từng đoạn
- trát vữa vào khe nối của (tường...)
- bào cạnh (tấm ván) để ghép
+(anatomy) the point of connection between two bones or elements of a skeleton (especially if it allows motion)
+a disreputable place of entertainment
+the shape or manner in which things come together and a connection is made
+a piece of meat roasted or for roasting and of a size for slicing into more than one portion
+junction by which parts or objects are joined together
+marijuana leaves rolled into a cigarette for smoking
+fit as if by joints
+provide with a joint
+fasten with a joint
+separate (meat) at the joint
+united or combined
+affecting or involving two or more
+involving both houses of a legislature
Advanced English Dictionary
1 seam, union, juncture, connection, junction, intersection:
The joint won't show after the whole thing's been painted.
2 Slang dive, dump, US and Canadian honky-tonk:
We went into a joint in Soho, looking for some action.
Who carves the Sunday joint at your house?
4 shared, mutual, combined, collective, cooperative, common, communal, collaborative:
Our aims can only be achieved by joint effort.
adjective, noun, verbCollocation Dictionary
+ adjective [only before noun] involving two or more people together: a joint account (= a bank account in the name of more than one person, for example a husband and wife) + a joint venture / statement + The report was a joint effort (= we worked on it together). + They finished in joint first place. + They were joint owners of the house (= they owned it together).
jointly adverb: The event was organized jointly by students and staff.
1 a place where two bones are joined together in the body in a way that enables them to bend and move: inflammation of the knee joint + My joints are really stiff this morning.
2 a place where two or more parts of an object are joined together, especially to form a corner
3 (BrE) a piece of ROAST meat: a joint of beef + the Sunday joint (= one traditionally eaten on a Sunday)
4 (informal) a place where people meet to eat, drink, dance, etc., especially one that is cheap: a fast-food joint + The joint was jumping (= full of people and activity).
5 (informal) a cigarette containing MARIJUANA (= an illegal drug)
Idioms: out of joint
1 (of a bone) pushed out of its correct position: She put her hip out of joint in the accident.
2 not working or behaving in the normal way: Time is thrown completely out of joint in the opening chapters.
more at CASE v., NOSE n.
+ verb [VN] to cut meat into large pieces, usually each containing a bone
1 in the body
elbow, hip, knee, etc. | inflamed, painful, rheumatic, stiff, swollen | artificial
VERB + JOINT
He's going to have his hip joint replaced.
JOINT + VERB
ache | move
The joint should be able to move freely.
in a/the ~
You've got fluid in the joint.
| ~ between
the joint between the lower and upper parts of the arm
put sth out of joint
She fell and put her knee out of joint.
2 connecting point
airtight, watertight | leaking
VERB + JOINT
a joint between two lengths of copper
3 piece of meat
VERB + JOINT
cook, roast | carve
a joint of beef/lamb/pork
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