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English - Vietnamese Dictionary
journal /'dʤə:nl/
  • danh từ
    • báo hằng ngày
    • tạp chí
    • (hàng hải); (thương nghiệp) nhật ký
    • (số nhiều) (the Journals) biên bản (những phiên họp nghị viện)
    • (kỹ thuật) cổ trục, ngõng trục
Concise Dictionary
journals|journaled|journaling'dʒɜrnl /'dʒɜːnl
noun
+a daily written record of (usually personal) experiences and observations
+a periodical dedicated to a particular subject
+a ledger in which transactions have been recorded as they occurred
+a record book as a physical object
+the part of the axle contained by a bearing

Thesaurus Dictionary
n.
1 periodical, magazine, gazette, newspaper, paper, newsletter, review, tabloid; daily, weekly, monthly, fortnightly, quarterly, annual:
The journal contains information about every building permit awarded in the entire country
2 diary, chronicle, dossier, record, register, log, logbook, minute-book, minutes, documentation, album, scrapbook, memoir, almanac, annal, history, yearbook, record book; roll, catalogue, list:
He kept a detailed journal of every event in his twenty-year exile.
Advanced English Dictionary
+ noun
1 a newspaper or magazine that deals with a particular subject or profession: a scientific / trade journal + the British Medical Journal
2 used in the title of some newspapers: the Wall Street Journal
3 a written record of the things you do, see, etc. every day: He kept a journal of his travels across Asia.
Compare: DIARY
Collocation Dictionary
noun

1 serious magazine

ADJ.

academic, learned, scholarly | professional, technical, trade | house/in-house
the house journal of the South Western Gas Board
| non-specialist, specialist | research, reviewing | business, literary, medical, science/scientific | august, highly-ranked/high-ranking, leading, major, prestigious
‘Nature’ was the highest-ranked journal in thte survey.
| official
It's the official journal of the Medical Foundation.
| international, national | monthly, quarterly, weekly

QUANT.

copy
Please send me two copies of your new journal.
| edition, issue, volume

VERB + JOURNAL

read | edit, write for
an academic who writes for specialist journals
| produce, publish | buy, get, subscribe to
She subscribes to quite a few academic journals.

JOURNAL + VERB

come out
The journal comes out five times a year.

JOURNAL + NOUN

article | editor

PREP.

in a/the ~
an article in a medical journal
| ~ of
the British Journal of Geology

2 diary

ADJ.

private | daily

VERB + JOURNAL

keep, write
Lady Franklin kept a daily journal of the voyage.
| read

JOURNAL + NOUN

entry
Her journal entry for that day describes a thunder storm.

PREP.

in a/the ~
The events are all recorded in her journal.
| ~ of
He wrote a journal of his travels.



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