English - Vietnamese Dictionary
media /'mi:djəm/Concise Dictionary
- danh từ, số nhiều mediums /'mi:djəmz/, media /'mi:djə/
- người trung gian, vật môi giới
- through (by) the medium of: qua sự môi giới của
- trung dung, sự chiết trung
- happy medium: chính sách trung dung, chính sách ôn hoà
- (nghệ thuật) chất pha màu
- tính từ
- trung bình, trung, vừa
- medium wave: (raddiô) làn sóng trung
+a means or instrumentality for storing or communicating information
+the surrounding environment
+an intervening substance through which signals can travel as a means for communication
+(bacteriology) a nutrient substance (solid or liquid) that is used to cultivate micro-organisms
+an intervening substance through which something is achieved
+a liquid with which pigment is mixed by a painter
+(biology) a substance in which specimens are preserved or displayed
+a state that is intermediate between extremes; a middle position
+someone who serves as an intermediary between the living and the dead
+(usually plural) transmissions that are disseminated widely to the public
+an occupation for which you are especially well suited
+around the middle of a scale of evaluation of physical measures
+(meat) cooked until there is just a little pink meat inside
Advanced English Dictionary
1 average, middle, mid, medial, median, normal, standard, usual, everyday, ordinary; mid-sized:
His wife has an estate car of medium size - nothing extravagant.
3 average, middle, mid-point, compromise, centre, mean, norm, mediocrity:
Instead of going to extremes, try for the happy medium.
4 atmosphere, environment, ambience or ambiance, milieu:
The air serves as a medium of sound. The light is refracted as it passes into a denser medium
5 means, method, mode, approach, instrumentality, device, mechanism, intermediation, technique, contrivance, agency, expedient, way, course, route, road, avenue, channel, conveyance, vehicle:
Latin and Greek were the media of the scholarship, the science, and the theology of the Middle Ages. Television is a powerful advertising medium.
+ nounCollocation Dictionary
1 (the media) [sing.+sing./pl. v.] the main ways that large numbers of people receive information and entertainment, that is television, radio and the newspapers: the news / broadcasting / national media + The trial was fully reported in the media. + The media was / were accused of influencing the final decision. + Any event attended by the actor received widespread media coverage. + He became a media star for his part in the protests.
See also - MASS MEDIA
2 plural of MEDIUM
audio-visual, broadcast, broadcasting, electronic, mass, news, print, visual
The event was widely covered by the mass media
| foreign, international, local, national | mainstream, official, popular
MEDIA + VERB
The local media reported rioting across the country.
MEDIA + NOUN
attention, coverage, interest, publicity, reporting
There was a lot of media coverage of the wedding.
| campaign | report | event
Sport has been turned into a series of media events.
| blitz, circus, hype
The company is anxious to play down the media hype.
| spotlight | image
She's very different from her media image.
| bias | blackout, censorship | freedom | relations | baron, magnate, mogul, person, pundit, tycoon | conglomerate, empire, group, interests, organization, outlet | awareness, studies
through/via the ~
propaganda through the media
access to the media, the role of the media
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