English - Vietnamese Dictionary
manual /'mænjuəl/Concise Dictionary
- tính từ
- (thuộc) tay; làm bằng tay
- manual labour: lao động chân tay
- manual workers: những người lao động chân tay
- manual exercise: (quân sự) sự tập sử dụng súng
- (thuộc) sổ tay; (thuộc) sách học
- danh từ
- (quân sự) sự tập sử dụng súng
+a small handbook
+(military) a prescribed drill in handling a rifle
+of or relating to the hands
+requiring human effort
+doing or requiring physical work
Advanced English Dictionary
handbook, vade-mecum, enchiridion; directions, instructions, guide:
Follow the manual carefully to avoid mistakes.
adjective, nounCollocation Dictionary
1 (of work, etc.) involving using the hands or physical strength: manual labour / jobs / skills + manual and non-manual workers
2 operated or controlled by hand rather than automatically or using electricity, etc: a manual gearbox + My camera has manual and automatic functions. + The company has now transferred all its manual records onto computer.
3 connected with using the hands: manual dexterity
manually adverb: manually operated
a book that tells you how to do or operate sth, especially one that comes with a machine, etc. when you buy it: a computer / car / instruction manual + Why don't you read the manual?
Idioms: on manual not being operated automatically: Leave the controls on manual.
instruction, training | owner's, user | car, computer, sewing, software, etc. | maintenance, operating, operation, operational, reference, technical, workshop | comprehensive, detailed
VERB + MANUAL
The computer comes with a comprehensive owner's manual.
| check, consult, look at, read
Check your manual for details.
according to the ~
According to the manual, the wires should be the other way round.
| in a/the ~
What does it say in the manual?
| ~ for
an instruction manual for a knitting machine
| ~ on
a manual on teaching drama
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