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English - Vietnamese Dictionary
muster /'mʌstə/
  • danh từ
    • sự tập hợp, sự tập trung
    • (quân sự) sự duyệt binh
      • to take a muster of the troops: duyệt binh
    • sự hội họp, sự tụ họp
    • to pass master
      • được cho là được, được cho là xứng đáng
  • động từ
    • tập họp, tập trung
      • to muster up all one's strength: tập trung tất cả sức lực của mình; rán sức
Concise Dictionary
musters|mustered|mustering'mʌstə(r)
noun
+a gathering of military personnel for duty
+compulsory military service
verb
+gather or bring together
+call to duty, military service, jury duty, etc.

Thesaurus Dictionary
v.
1 call or come together, assemble, convoke, convene, collect, mobilize, rally, round up, gather, marshal, summon (up):
Within a month he had mustered a force of thousands to fight the invaders. I mustered up enough courage to ask Joan out to dinner.
n.
2 rally, assembly, assemblage, convocation, meet, meeting, convention, congress, round-up, turnout, gathering, congregation, aggregation, aggregate:
We attended the annual muster of bagpipe marching bands.
3 pass muster. come up to scratch, make the grade, measure up, be acceptable, Colloq come or be up to snuff:
Are you sure that your new design will pass muster with the art director?
Advanced English Dictionary
verb, noun
+ verb
1 [VN] ~ sth (up) to find as much support, courage, etc. as you can
Synonym: SUMMON
We mustered what support we could for the plan. + She left the room with all the dignity she could muster. + He could muster only 154 votes at the election.
2 to come together, or bring people, especially soldiers, together for example for military action
Synonym: GATHER
[V] The troops mustered. + The force mustered 1000 strong. + [VN] to muster an army + The navy could muster 44 warships.
+ noun
a group of people, especially soldiers, that have been brought together: muster stations / areas (= parts of a building, a ship, etc. that people must go to if there is an emergency)
Idioms see PASS v.


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