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mellow
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mellow /'melou/
  • tính từ+ (mellowy) /'meloui/
    • chín; ngọt dịu; ngọt lịm (quả)
    • dịu, êm, ngọt giong (rượu vang)
    • xốp, dễ cày (đất)
    • dịu dàng, êm dịu (màu sắc, âm thanh)
    • chín chắn, khôn ngoan, già giặn (tính tình)
    • ngà ngà say, chếnh choáng
    • vui vẻ, vui tính
    • (từ Mỹ,nghĩa Mỹ), (từ lóng) tốt, xuất sắc
    • ngoại động từ
      • làm cho chín mọng, làm cho ngọt dịu, làm cho ngọt lịm (quả)
      • làm dịu, làm cho êm, làm cho ngọt giọng (rượu)
      • làm cho xốp (đất)
      • làm dịu (màu sắc; âm thanh...)
      • làm cho chín chắn, làm cho khôn ngoan, làm cho già giặn (tính tình)
      • (từ lóng) làm ngà ngà say, làm chếnh choáng
      • làm cho vui vẻ, làm cho vui tính
      • nội động từ
        • chín; trở thành ngọt dịu, trở thành ngọt lịm (quả)
        • trở thành dịu, trở thành êm, trở thành ngọt giọng (rượu)
        • trở thành xốp (đất)
        • dịu đi (màu sắc, âm thanh...)
        • trở nên khôn ngoan, trở nên chín chắn, trở nên già giặn (tính tình)
        • (từ lóng) ngà ngà say, chếnh choáng
        • trở nên vui vẻ, trở nên vui tính
      Concise Dictionary
      mellows|mellowed|mellowing|mellower|mellowest'meləʊ
      verb
      +soften, make mellow
      +become more relaxed, easygoing, or genial
      +make or grow (more) mellow
      adj.
      +unhurried and relaxed
      +having a full and pleasing flavor through proper aging
      +having attained to kindliness or gentleness through age and experience
      +having attained to kindliness or gentleness through age and experience
      +slightly and pleasantly intoxicated from alcohol or a drug (especially marijuana)
      adv.
      +(obsolete) in a mellow manner
      Thesaurus Dictionary
      adj.
      1 soft, juicy, luscious, delicious, rich, sweet, flavourful, full-flavoured, ready, ripe, mature, ripened, aged:
      She set before us a dish of mellow peaches. Amontillado sherry is noted for its mellow taste
      2 musical, melodious, full, pure, rich, sweet, dulcet, mellifluous, euphonious, vibrant:
      Her voice was low, mellow, and suggestive.
      3 soft, softened, subtle, muted, pastel:
      The mellow shades of this painting would fit well into the décor.
      4 easygoing, genial, gentle, good-natured, easy, cordial, friendly, warm, amiable, agreeable, pleasant, cheerful, happy, jovial, felicitous:
      Patrick seems to have become more mellow with age.
      v.
      5 mature, ripen, age, season, sweeten, develop, improve (with age), soften:
      Frank has mellowed since taking up golf.
      Advanced English Dictionary
      adjective, verb
      + adjective (mellower, mellowest)
      1 (of colour or sound) soft, rich and pleasant: mellow autumn colours + Mellow music and lighting helped to create the right atmosphere. + The leaves looked golden in the mellow afternoon light.
      2 (of a taste or flavour) smooth and pleasant: a mellow, fruity wine + coffee with a full mellow flavour
      3 (of people) calm, gentle and reasonable because of age or experience: Dad's certainly grown mellower with age.
      4 (informal) (of people) relaxed, calm and happy, especially after drinking alcohol: After two glasses of wine, I was feeling mellow.
      + verb
      1 to become or make sb become less extreme in their attitudes, behaviour, etc., especially as a result of growing older: [V] She had mellowed a great deal since their days at college. + [VN] A period spent working abroad had done nothing to mellow him.
      2 [V, VN] to become, or make a colour become less bright, especially over a period of time
      3 [V, VN] to develop or make wine develop a pleasant and less bitter taste over a period of time
      Phrasal Verbs: mellow out (informal, especially AmE) to enjoy yourself by relaxing and not doing much: We just listened to music and mellowed out all afternoon.
      Collocation Dictionary
      adj

      VERBS

      be, feel, look, seem | become, grow

      ADV.

      extremely, very | beautifully, delightfully, wonderfully
      a delightfully mellow flavour

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