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net /net/
  • danh từ
    • lưới, mạng (tóc, nhện...)
      • to cast (throw) a net: quăng lưới
    • cạm, bẫy
      • to fall into a net: rơi vào cạm bẫy, mắc bẫy
    • vải màn; vải lưới
    • mạng lưới
    • ngoại động từ
      • bắt bằng lưới, đánh lưới
        • to net fish: đánh cá bằng lưới
        • to net birds: bẫy chim bằng lưới
      • thả lưới, giăng lưới, bủa lưới ((nghĩa đen) & (nghĩa bóng)), đánh bẫy
      • che phủ bằng lưới
      • đan (lưới, võng...)
      • nội động từ
        • đánh lưới
        • đan lưới
        • ngoại động từ
          • được lãi thực (là bao nhiêu)
          • tính từ
            • thực
              • net price: thực giá
              • net weight: trọng lượng thực
          Concise Dictionary
          netted|netting|nets|nett|nettsnet
          noun
          +a computer network consisting of a worldwide network of computer networks that use the TCP/IP network protocols to facilitate data transmission and exchange
          +a trap made of netting to catch fish or birds or insects
          +the excess of revenues over outlays in a given period of time (including depreciation and other non-cash expenses)
          +a goal lined with netting (as in soccer or hockey)
          +game equipment consisting of a strip of netting dividing the playing area in tennis or badminton
          +an open fabric of string or rope or wire woven together at regular intervals
          verb
          +make as a net profit
          +yield as a net profit
          +construct or form a web, as if by weaving
          +catch with a net
          adj.
          +remaining after all deductions
          +conclusive in a process or progression

          Thesaurus Dictionary
          n.
          1 network, netting, mesh, mesh-work, web, webbing, openwork, lattice, lattice-work, trellis, trellis-work, lace-work, reticulum, reticle, rete, plexus, grid, grid-work, grille, grate, grating, fretwork; sieve, screen, strainer, sifter:
          They watched the fishermen mending their nets.
          v.
          2 catch, capture, trap, entrap, snare, ensnare, bag:
          As I bring the fish close to the boat, you net it with this.
          n.
          1 nett, (net) profit, gain, earnings, return(s), Colloq US take:
          The net for the first quarter was 15 per cent higher than last year's.
          adj.
          2 clear, after deductions, after taxes, take-home, final, bottom-line:
          The tax increase was greater than my salary increase, so my net income was lower this year
          3 final, end, closing, concluding, conclusive, effective, ultimate:
          The net result of the advertising campaign was a sales increase of 18 per cent.
          v.
          4 make, realize, clear, take home, bring in, earn, pocket, take in, get:
          How much did you net last year - after taxes, that is.
          Advanced English Dictionary
          noun, adjective, verb
          + noun
          1 [U] a type of material that is made of string, thread or wire woven or tied together, with small spaces in between: net curtains
          See also - FISHNET, NETTING
          2 [C] (especially in compounds) a piece of net used for a particular purpose, such as catching fish or covering sth: fishing nets + a mosquito net (= used to protect you from mosquitoes)
          See also - HAIRNET, SAFETY NET
          3 (the net) [sing.] (in football, etc.) the frame covered in net that forms the goal: to kick / hit the ball into the back of the net
          4 (the net) [sing.] (in tennis, etc.) the piece of net between the two players that the ball goes over: She hit her second serve straight into the net.
          5 (the Net) (informal) = THE INTERNET
          Idioms see CAST v., SLIP v., SPREAD v.
          + adjective (BrE also nett)
          1 [usually before noun] a net amount of money is the amount that remains when nothing more is to be taken away: a net profit of £400 + net income / earnings (= after tax has been paid) + What do you earn net of tax?
          Compare: GROSS
          2 [only before noun] the net weight of sth is the weight without its container or the material it is wrapped in: 450 gms net weight
          Compare: GROSS
          3 [only before noun] final, after all the important facts have been included: The net result is that small shopkeepers are being forced out of business. + Canada is now a substantial net importer of medicines (= it imports more than it exports). + a net gain
          net adverb: a salary of $50 000 net + Interest on the investment will be paid net (= tax will already have been taken away).
          Compare: GROSS
          + verb (-tt-) [VN]
          1 to earn an amount of money as a profit after you have paid tax on it: The sale of paintings netted £17 000.
          2 to catch sth, especially fish, in a net
          3 to catch sb or obtain sth in a skilful way: A swoop by customs officers netted a large quantity of drugs.
          4 (especially BrE) to kick or hit a ball into the goal
          Synonym: SCORE
          He has netted 21 goals so far this season.
          5 to cover sth with a net or nets: It is a good idea to net the strawberry plants.
          Collocation Dictionary
          noun

          ADJ.

          fine, fine-mesh | safety | fishing | mosquito

          VERB + NET

          mend
          The fishermen were mending their nets.
          | cast, spread (out) | haul in | slip through
          (often figurative) We tried to contact all former students but one or two slipped through the net.

          PREP.

          in a/the ~
          Unfortunately the animals are often caught in fishing nets.
          | into a/the ~
          The ball went into the net.
          | over the ~
          to hit the ball over the net



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