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lord /lɔ:d/
  • danh từ
    • chủ đề, chúa tể, vua
      • lord of the manor: chủ trang viên
      • lord of the region: chúa tể cả vùng
    • vua (tư bản độc quyền nắm một ngành công nghiệp nào)
      • steel lord: vua thép
    • Chúa, Thiên chúa
      • Lord bless us: cầu Chúa phù hộ chúng ta
    • ngài, chúa công (tiếng tôn xưng người quý tộc, người có chức tước lớn, thượng nghị viện...)
      • The Lords: các thượng nghị viện (ở Anh)
      • Lord Mayor: ngài thị trưởng (thành phố Luân-ddôn)
      • My Lords: thượng nghị viện (ở Anh)
    • (thơ ca);(đùa cợt) đức ông chồng, đức lang quân ((cũng) lord and master)
    • drunk as a lord
      • (xem) drunk
  • ngoại động từ
    • phong tước, ban tước, cho vào hàng quý tộc
    • nội động từ
      • to lord over; to lord it over khống chế, sai khiến, sai bảo; ra oai, làm ra vẻ bề trên, hống hách
        • to be lorded over: bị khống chế, bị đè đầu cưỡi cổ
    Concise Dictionary
    lords|lorded|lordinglɔrd /lɔːd
    +terms referring to the Judeo-Christian God
    +a person who has general authority over others
    +a titled peer of the realm
    +make a lord of someone
    Thesaurus Dictionary
    1 master, monarch, ruler, sovereign:
    Harry considers himself lord of all he surveys.
    2 noble, nobleman, peer, aristocrat; earl, duke, count, viscount, baron:
    He was made a lord in recognition of his achievements.
    3 The or Our Lord. God, the Almighty, God Almighty, the Creator, the Supreme Being, Christ, Jesus, Jehovah:
    The Lord moves in mysterious ways his miracles to perform.
    lord it over. domineer, swagger, be overbearing, Colloq boss (around), act big, pull rank:
    He lords it over everyone in the office.
    Advanced English Dictionary
    noun, verb
    + noun
    1 [C] (in Britain) a NOBLEMAN: She's married to a lord.
    Compare: LADY
    2 (Lord) (in Britain) the title used by some high ranks of NOBLEMEN (= men of high social class): Lord Beaverbrook
    3 (Lord) a title used for some high official positions in Britain: the Lord Chancellor + the Lord Mayor + Lord Justice Slade
    4 (My Lord) (in Britain) a title of respect used when speaking to a judge, BISHOP or some male members of the NOBILITY (= people of high social class)
    Compare: LADY
    5 a powerful man in MEDIEVAL Europe, who owned a lot of land and property: a feudal lord + the lord of the manor
    See also - OVERLORD, WARLORD
    6 (usually the Lord) [sing.] a title used to refer to God or Christ: Love the Lord with all your heart.
    7 (Our Lord) [sing.] a title used to refer to Christ
    8 (the Lords) [sing.+sing./pl. v.] = HOUSE OF LORDS: The Lords has / have not yet reached a decision.
    Compare: COMMONS
    See also - LAW LORD
    Idioms: (good) Lord!
    oh Lord! exclamation used to show that you are surprised, annoyed or worried about sth: Good Lord, what have you done to your hair!
    Lord knows ... used to emphasize what you are saying: Lord knows, I tried to teach her.
    Lord (only) knows (what, where, why, etc.) ... (spoken) used to say that you do not know the answer to sth: 'Why did she say that?' 'Lord knows!'
    Help Note: Some people may find the use of Lord in these expressions offensive.
    Idioms see DRUNK adj., YEAR
    Idioms: lord it over sb (disapproving) to act as if you are better or more important than sb: A good manager does not try to lord it over his or her team.
    Collocation Dictionary


    great, noble | feudal




    rule sb/sth

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    titles first, second, etc. ~
    the 17th Earl of Lauderdale

    be created/made, become ~
    She was made a baroness in 1992.

    succeed (sb) as ~
    He was succeeded as third Baron Northwick by his nephew.

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