English - Vietnamese Dictionary
loop /lu:p/Concise Dictionary
- danh từ
- vòng; thòng lọng; cái khâu, cái móc, khuyết áo)
- đường nhánh, đường vòng (đường xe lửa, đường dây điện báo ((cũng) loop line)
- (điện học) cuộn; mạch
- coupling loop: cuộn ghép
- closed loop: mạch kín
- (kỹ thuật) móc (cần trục), vành đai, cốt đai
- (hàng không) vòng nhào lộn (của máy bay)
- động từ
- thắt lại thành vòng; làm thành móc
+fastener consisting of a metal ring for lining a small hole to permit the attachment of cords or lines
+anything with a round or oval shape (formed by a curve that is closed and does not intersect itself)
+(computer science) a single execution of a set of instructions that are to be repeated
+an inner circle of advisors (especially under President Reagan)
+the basic pattern of the human fingerprint
+a computer program that performs a series of instructions repeatedly until some specified condition is satisfied
+the topology of a network whose components are serially connected in such a way that the last component is connected to the first component
+an intrauterine device in the shape of a loop
+a complete electrical circuit around which current flows or a signal circulates
+a flight maneuver; aircraft flies a complete circle in the vertical plane
+move in loops
+make a loop in
+fly loops, perform a loop
+wind around something in coils or loops
+fasten or join with a loop
Advanced English Dictionary
1 hoop, noose, ring, circle, bow, eye, eyelet, coil, whorl, Nautical bend:
I caught my toe in a loop of rope and fell on the deck.
2 twist, coil, wind, tie, circle, curl, entwine, turn, ring, Nautical bend:
Loop the thread round the crochet hook and pull it through.
noun, verbCollocation Dictionary
1 a shape like a curve or circle made by a line curving right round and crossing itself: The road went in a huge loop around the lake. + Duclair is a small town on a loop of the River Seine.
2 a piece of rope, wire, etc. in the shape of a curve or circle: He tied a loop of rope around his arm. + Make a loop in the string. + a belt loop (= on trousers / pants, etc. for holding a belt in place)
3 a strip of film or tape on which the pictures and sound are repeated continuously: The film is on a loop. + (figurative) His mind kept turning in an endless loop.
4 (computing) a set of instructions that is repeated again and again until a particular condition is satisfied
5 a complete CIRCUIT for electrical current
6 (BrE) a railway line or road that leaves the main track or road and then joins it again
Idioms: be in the loop
be out of the loop (both AmE, informal) to be part of a group of people that is dealing with sth important; to not be part of this group: A lot of people want to be in the loop on this operation. + Lawton had gradually been cut out of the loop on legal reviews.
knock / throw sb for a loop (AmE, informal) to shock or surprise sb: The result of the election knocked most people for a loop.
+ verb [+adv./prep.]
1 [VN] to form or bend sth into a loop: He looped the strap over his shoulder. + The horse's reins were looped around its neck.
2 [V] to move in a way that makes the shape of a loop: The river loops around the valley. + The ball looped high up in the air.
Idioms: loop the loop to fly or make a plane fly in a circle going up and down
VERB + LOOP
Lay the two ends of string so they make a loop over each other.
in a/the ~
The audio tape runs in a continuous loop lasting thirty minutes.
| through a/the ~
Put the other end of the string through the loop.
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