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English - Vietnamese Dictionary
might /mait/
  • thời quá khứ của may
  • danh từ
    • sức mạnh, lực (thân thể hoặc tinh thần)
      • by might: bằng sức mạnh, bằng vũ lực
      • with all one's might; with might and main: với tất cả sức mạnh, dốc hết sức
Concise Dictionary
mightsmaɪt
noun
+physical strength
Mays|might|maysmeɪ
noun
+the month following April and preceding June
+thorny Eurasian shrub of small tree having dense clusters of white to scarlet flowers followed by deep red berries; established as an escape in eastern North America

Thesaurus Dictionary
n.
1 strength, power, energy, force, muscle, potency, Literary puissance:
I hit my attacker with all my might. Might doesn't always make right
2 influence, authority, weight, sway, dominion, ascendancy, superiority, mightiness, capability, capacity, power, effect, effectiveness, Colloq clout:
It was not till the 20th century that the might of the United States was felt outside its borders.
Advanced English Dictionary
modal verb, noun
modal verb (negative might not, short form mightn't )
1 used as the past tense of may when reporting what sb has said: He said he might come tomorrow.
2 used when showing that sth is or was possible: He might get there in time, but I can't be sure. + I know Vicky doesn't like the job, but I mightn't find it too bad. + The pills might have helped him, if only he'd taken them regularly. + He might say that now (= it is true that he does), but he can soon change his mind.
3 used to make a polite suggestion: You might try calling the help desk. + I thought we might go to the zoo on Saturday.
4 (BrE) used to ask permission politely: Might I use your phone? + If I might just say something ...
5 (formal) used to ask for information: How might the plans be improved upon? + And who might she be?
6 used to show that you are annoyed about sth that sb could do or could have done: I think you might at least offer to help! + Honestly, you might have told me!
7 used to say that you are not surprised by sth: I might have guessed it was you!
8 used to emphasize that an important point has been made: 'And where is the money coming from?' 'You might well ask!' - MODAL
Idioms see WELL
+ noun [U] (formal or literary) great strength, energy or power: America's military might + I pushed the rock with all my might.


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