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moon /mu:n/
  • danh từ
    • mặt trăng
      • new moon: trăng non
      • crescent moon: trăng lưỡi liềm
    • ánh trăng
    • (thơ ca) tháng
    • to cry for the moon
      • (xem) cry
    • to shoot the moon
      • (từ lóng) dọn nhà đi trong đêm tối để tránh trả tiền nhà
    • once in a blue moon
      • rất hiếm, ít khi, năm thì mười hoạ
    • the man in the moon
      • chú cuội, người mơ mộng vơ vẩn
  • nội động từ (+ about, around...)
    • đi lang thang vơ vẩn
    • có vẻ mặt thờ thẫn như ở cung trăng
    • ngoại động từ
      • to moon away the time thờ thẫn ra vào hết ngày
    Concise Dictionary
    moons|mooned|mooningmuːn
    noun
    +the natural satellite of the Earth
    +any object resembling a moon
    +the period between successive new moons (29.531 days)
    +the light of the moon
    +United States religious leader (born in Korea) who founded the Unification Church in 1954; was found guilty of conspiracy to evade taxes (born in 1920)
    +any natural satellite of a planet
    verb
    +have dreamlike musings or fantasies while awake
    +be idle in a listless or dreamy way
    +expose one's buttocks to

    Advanced English Dictionary
    noun, verb
    + noun
    1 (usually the moon) (also the Moon) [sing.] the round object that moves around the earth once every 28 days and shines at night by light reflected from the sun: the surface of the moon + a moon landing
    2 [sing.] the moon as it appears in the sky at a particular time: a crescent moon + There's no moon tonight (= no moon can be seen). + By the light of the moon I could just make out shapes and outlines.
    See also - FULL MOON, HALF-MOON, NEW MOON
    3 [C] a natural SATELLITE that moves around a planet other than the earth: How many moons does Jupiter have?
    Idioms: ask, cry, etc. for the moon (BrE, informal) to ask for sth that is difficult or impossible to get or achieve: Wanting a decent job and a home is hardly asking for the moon.
    many moons ago (literary) a very long time ago: All that happened many moons ago.
    over the moon (informal, especially BrE) extremely happy and excited: They're over the moon about their trip to Japan.
    more at ONCE adv., PROMISE v.
    + verb [V] (informal) to show your bottom to people in a public place as a joke or an insult
    Phrasal Verbs: moon about / around (BrE, informal) to spend time doing nothing or walking around with no particular purpose, especially because you are unhappy
    moon over sb (informal) to spend time thinking about sb that you love, especially when other people think this is silly or annoying
    Collocation Dictionary
    noun

    ADJ.

    bright
    A bright moon shone high overhead.
    | crescent, full, half, new

    VERB + MOON

    cover, hide
    A large black cloud covered the moon.
    | fly to, go to, land on

    MOON + VERB

    appear, come out, rise | shine | set
    The moon had almost set and the night was now dark.
    | wane, wax | orbit sth

    PREP.

    on the ~
    the first man to walk on the moon
    | under a/the ~
    The road shone frostily under the full moon.

    PHRASES

    the light of the moon
    They had to work by the light of the moon.
    | the surface of the moon



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