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lump /lʌmp/
  • danh từ
    • cục, tảng, miếng
      • a lump of sugar: một cục đường
      • a lump of clay: một cục đất sét
      • lump sugar: đường miếng
    • cái bướu, chỗ sưng u lên, chỗ u lồi lên
      • a bad lump on the forehead: u ở trán
    • cả mớ, toàn bộ, toàn thể
      • in the lump: tính cả mớ, tính tất cả
      • a lump sum: số tiền tính gộp cả lại; tiền mặt trả gọn
    • người đần độn, người chậm chạp
    • to be a lump of selfishness
      • đại ích kỷ
    • to feel (have) a lump in one's throat
      • cảm thấy cổ họng như nghẹn tắc lại
  • ngoại động từ
    • xếp lại thành đống, thu gọn lại thành đống; gộp lại
    • coi như cá mè một lứa, cho là một giuộc
    • nội động từ
      • đóng cục lại, vón lại, kết thành tảng
      • nội động từ
        • (+ along) kéo lê, lết đi
        • (+ down) ngồi phệt xuống
        • ngoại động từ
          • chịu đựng; ngậm đắng nuốt cay
            • if you don't like it you will have to lump it: nếu anh không thích cái đó thì anh cũng phải chịu đựng vậy thôi; thích hay không thích thì anh cùng phải nhận thôi
        Concise Dictionary
        lumps|lumped|lumpinglʌmp
        noun
        +a large piece of something without definite shape
        +a compact mass
        +abnormal protuberance or localized enlargement
        +an awkward stupid person
        verb
        +put together indiscriminately
        +group or chunk together in a certain order or place side by side

        Thesaurus Dictionary
        n.
        1 mass, piece, gob, gobbet, clod, chunk, clot, wad, clump, hunk, nugget; cube, wedge, cake:
        There was a lump of earth was clogging the drain. May I have two lumps of sugar, please?
        2 bump, growth, swelling, protuberance, protrusion, prominence, bulge, excrescence, tumescence, nodule, knob; wen, cyst, boil, carbuncle, blister, wart, corn:
        You ought to see a doctor about that lump on your foot.
        v.
        3 Often, lump together. combine, join, consolidate, collect, bunch, group, unite, mass, aggregate, blend, mix, throw or put together:
        Don't lump me together with everyone else, without even asking my opinion.
        v.
        Usually, lump it. allow, tolerate, suffer, put up with, bear, stand, brook, endure:
        I'm afraid you'll just have to lump it, whether you like it or not.
        Advanced English Dictionary
        noun, verb
        + noun
        1 a piece of sth hard or solid, usually without a particular shape: a lump of coal / cheese / wood + This sauce has lumps in it.
        2 (BrE) = SUGAR LUMP: One lump or two?
        3 a swelling under the skin, sometimes a sign of serious illness: He was unhurt apart from a lump on his head. + Check your breasts for lumps every month.
        4 (informal, especially BrE) a heavy, lazy or stupid person: He's a big fat lump.
        Idioms: have, etc. a lump in your throat to feel pressure in the throat because you are very angry or emotional
        take your lumps (AmE, informal) to accept bad things that happen to you without complaining: We made mistakes but we took our lumps.
        + verb [VN] ~ A and B together
        ~ A (in) with B to put or consider different things together in the same group: You can't lump all Asian languages together.
        Idioms: lump it (informal) to accept sth unpleasant because there's no other choice: I'm sorry you're not happy about it but you'll just have to lump it. + That's the situation-like it or lump it!(also lump) (both BrE) (also sugar cube AmE, BrE)
        + noun
        a small CUBE of sugar, used in cups of tea or coffee
        Collocation Dictionary
        noun

        ADJ.

        big, enormous, great, huge, large
        a great lump of cheese
        | heavy, solid
        a heavy lump of clay
        | small
        Stir the sauce to remove any small lumps.
        | painful
        He's developed a painful lump on his neck.
        | breast
        She's just had a breast lump removed.

        VERB + LUMP

        have | feel
        She felt a lump in her breast.

        LUMP + VERB

        form



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