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lifting
English - Vietnamese Dictionary
lift /lift/
  • danh từ
    • sự nâng lên, sự nhấc lên; sự nâng cao, sự nhấc cao
    • máy nhấc
    • thang máy
    • sự cho đi nhờ xe; (nghĩa bóng) sự nâng đỡ
      • to give someone a lift: cho ai đi nhờ xe; (nghĩa bóng) nâng đỡ ai
    • chỗ gồ lên, chỗ nhô lên (ở sàn nhà)
    • (hàng không) sức nâng (của không khí)
    • trọng lượng nâng
    • (hàng không), (như) air-lift
    • ngoại động từ
      • giơ lên, nhấc lên, nâng lên; giương cao
        • to lift [up] one's hand's: giơ tay lên (để cầu khẩn...)
      • đỡ lên, dựng lên, kéo dậy
      • đào, bới
        • to lift potatoes: đào khoai tây
      • (thông tục) ăn trộm (súc vật), ăn cắp (văn)
        • to lift cattle: ăn trộm trâu bò
        • to lift someone's purse: móc ví ai
        • to lift many long passages from other authors: ăn cắp nhiều đoạn văn dài của các tác giả khác
      • nhổ (trại)
      • chấm dứt (sự phong toả...); bâi bỏ (sự cấm đoán...)
      • nội động từ
        • nhấc lên được, nâng lên được
          • this window won't lift: cái cửa sổ này không nhấc lên được
        • tan đi, cuốn đi (mây, sương mù, bóng đêm...)
          • mist lifts: sương mù tan đi
        • cưỡi sóng (tàu)
          • ship lifts: con tàu cưỡi sóng
        • gồ lên (sàn nhà)
          • floor lifts: sàn nhà gồ lên
        • to lift a hand to do something
          • mó tay làm việc gì
        • to lift one's hand
          • đưa tay lên thề
        • to lift one's hand against somebody
          • giơ tay đánh ai
        • to lift up one's eyes
          • ngước nhìn, nhìn lên
        • to lift up one's head
          • ngóc đầu dậy
        • hồi phục lại
        • to lift up another's head
          • (kinh thánh) trả lại tự do cho ai; trả lại danh dự cho ai
        • to lift up one's horn
          • có nhiều tham vọng
        • tự hào
        • to lift up one's voice
          • (xem) voice
        • to be lifted up with pride
          • dương dương tự đắc
      Concise Dictionary
      lifts|lifted|liftinglɪft
      noun
      +the act of giving temporary assistance
      +the component of the aerodynamic forces acting on an airfoil that opposes gravity
      +the event of something being raised upward
      +a wave that lifts the surface of the water or ground
      +a powered conveyance that carries skiers up a hill
      +a device worn in a shoe or boot to make the wearer look taller or to correct a shortened leg
      +one of the layers forming the heel of a shoe or boot
      +lifting device consisting of a platform or cage that is raised and lowered mechanically in a vertical shaft in order to move people from one floor to another in a building
      +plastic surgery to remove wrinkles and other signs of aging from your face; an incision is made near the hair line and skin is pulled back and excess tissue is excised
      +transportation of people or goods by air (especially when other means of access are unavailable)
      +a ride in a car
      +the act of raising something
      verb
      +raise from a lower to a higher position
      +take hold of something and move it to a different location
      +move upwards
      +move upward
      +make audible
      +annul by recalling or rescinding
      +make off with belongings of others
      +raise or haul up with or as if with mechanical help
      +invigorate or heighten
      +raise in rank or condition
      +take off or away by decreasing
      +rise up
      +pay off (a mortgage)
      +take without referencing from someone else's writing or speech; of intellectual property
      +take illegally
      +fly people or goods to or from places not accessible by other means
      +take (root crops) out of the ground
      +call to stop the hunt or to retire, as of hunting dogs
      +rise upward, as from pressure or moisture
      +put an end to
      +remove (hair) by scalping
      +remove from a seedbed or from a nursery
      +remove from a surface
      +perform cosmetic surgery on someone's face

      Thesaurus Dictionary
      v.
      1 raise, elevate; hoist, heave (up):
      She lifted her eyes to the heavens. The pallbearers lifted the coffin to their shoulders
      2 Often, lift up. exalt, raise, elevate, uplift, boost, upgrade, promote, advance; improve, ameliorate, better, dignify, enhance, ennoble, enshrine, deify, immortalize:
      His unusual talents lifted him up from the ranks of ordinary mortals.
      3 discontinue, end, terminate, stop:
      The siege was lifted after six months.
      4 withdraw, cancel, confiscate, take away, rescind, void, annul:
      They charged him with driving while intoxicated and lifted his licence
      5 rise, disappear, dissipate, vanish:
      When the fog lifted, I saw that we were about to run aground.
      6 steal, appropriate, pilfer, pocket, thieve, take, purloin; plagiarize, copy, Colloq pinch, crib, liberate, Slang Brit nick, Old-fashioned half-inch:
      He went into the supermarket and lifted a bottle of scotch. This passage was lifted from my book in its entirety.
      n.
      7 ride:
      She looked tired so I gave her a lift home.
      8 US and Canadian elevator:
      Take the lift to the tenth floor.
      9 encouragement, boost, stimulus, inducement, inspiration, reassurance, cheering up, Colloq shot in the arm:
      Winning first prize has given Susan the lift she needed to continue with her writing.


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