Từ điển trực tuyến - Online Dictionary

English - Vietnamese Dictionary
news /nju:z/
  • danh từ, số nhiều dùng như số ít
    • tin, tin tức
      • good news: tin mừng, tin vui, tin lành
      • bad news: tin buồn, tin dữ
      • what's the news?: có tin tức gì mới?
      • ill news flies apace; bad news travels quickly: tin dữ lan nhanh
      • no news is good news: không có tin tức gì là bình yên
      • thats's no news to me: tôi đã biết tin đó rồi
Concise Dictionary
nuːz /nju-
+new information about specific and timely events
+new information of any kind
+a program devoted to news
+information reported in a newspaper or news magazine
+the quality of being sufficiently interesting to be reported in news bulletins

Thesaurus Dictionary
1 tidings, word, information, advice, intelligence; rumour, talk, gossip, hearsay, dirt, scandal, exposé, Colloq info, low-down, scoop, US scuttlebutt, Slang dope:
What's the latest news about the situation in the Middle East?
2 dispatch or despatch, report, account, story, communication, bulletin, communiqué, announcement, information, message, word, statement, (press) release, (news)flash:
The news from our correspondent contains no mention of finding a cache of arms
3 newscast, news broadcast or telecast, news programme; newsflash:
Please be quiet so that I can listen to the news.
4 (good) copy, front-page news, (hot) item:
The royal family is always news.
Advanced English Dictionary
+ noun
1 [U] new information about sth that has happened recently: What's the latest news? + Have you heard the news? Pat's leaving! + That's great news. + Tell me all your news. + Have you had any news of Patrick? + Any news on the deal? + Messengers brought news that the battle had been lost. + Do you want the good news or the bad news first? + a piece / bit of news + (spoken) It's news to me (= I haven't heard it before).
2 [U] reports of recent events that appear in newspapers or on television or radio: national / international news + a news story / item / report + News of a serious road accident is just coming in. + She is always in the news. + The wedding was front-page news.
3 (the news) [sing.] a regular television or radio broadcast of the latest news: to listen to / watch the news + Can you put the news on? + I saw it on the news. + the nine o'clock news
4 [U] a person, thing or event that is considered to be interesting enough to be reported as news: Pop stars are always news.
See also - NEWSY
Idioms: be bad news (for sb/sth) to be likely to cause problems: Central heating is bad news for indoor plants.
break the news (to sb) to be the first to tell sb some bad news
be good news (for sb/sth) to be likely to be helpful or give an advantage: The cut in interest rates is good news for homeowners.
no news is good news (saying) if there were bad news we would hear it, so as we have heard nothing, it is likely that nothing bad has happened
Collocation Dictionary

1 new information


encouraging, excellent, good, great, marvellous, terrific, tremendous, welcome, wonderful
The good news is that we've all been given an extra day's leave. Great news! We've bought the house.
| bad, gloomy, grim, sad, terrible, tragic, unwelcome | dramatic, important, momentous | hot, late, latest, recent
Some late news has just come in.
| old, stale | exciting, interesting | front-page
It was front-page news at the time.
| domestic, home, local, national, regional | foreign, international | business, City, financial | sports, tennis, etc.


bit, item, piece
We've had a bit of good news.


get, have, hear, learn, receive
Have you heard the latest news?
| catch up on
I want to catch up on all your news.
| announce, break, bring (sb), give sb, tell sb
The police had to break the news to the boy's parents.
| spread
She ran from office to office, spreading the news.
| leak
News of their engagement was leaked to the press.
| report
I haven't really got any news to report.
| carry
‘The Daily Nation’ carried news of the event.
| gather, get
It's the reporter's job to go out and gather news.
| await, expect, wait for
They are waiting for news of their relatives.
| greet, react to, welcome
The news was greeted with astonishment.
| make
It was a very minor incident and barely made the news.


come, come in, come through
News is coming in of a large fire in central London.
| break, leak out
The news broke while we were on holiday.
| spread, travel
The news spread like wildfire.


bulletin, flash, item, release, report, story
Programmes were interrupted for a news flash.
| coverage
News coverage of the fighting was extremely biased.
| conference
The former manager gave his first news conference since being sacked.
| agency, service | programme | editor | source | media


at the ~
She wentcompletely to pieces at the newsof his death.
| in the ~
She's beenin the news a lot lately.
| with the ~
Joan came in with the news thata pay rise had been agreed.
| ~ about
I'm not interested in newsabout celebrities.
| ~ from
Andnow with news from the Games,over to our Olympiccorrespondent.
| ~ of
news offresh killings
| ~ on
Is there anynews on the car bomb attack?
| ~ to
It was news to me that they'dgot married.

2 the news: on TV or radio


radio, television, TV | evening, lunchtime, nine o'clock, etc.


hear, listen to, see, watch | turn on | broadcast | read
The news is read by Harriet Daly.


in the ~
Our school was mentioned in the news.
| on the ~
I heard it on t

Random quote: There are only two ways to live your life. One is as though nothing is a miracle. The other is as though everything is a miracle.: Albert Einstein

Latest queries: levee, inborn, toerag, liberal, accompanist, conventional, murder, liken, fart, fart, lined, doublespeak, temperate, literal, malawi, horrendous, live up, ilka, local authority, news,

Updated: 14/03/2018: A new open-source Javascript engine/library named Howler has been employed to handle audiofile. Enjoy pronunciation!

Optional: 01/2018:Picture Dictionary

Updated: 05/06/2018:List of Academic Words

Updated: 03/2019: Learning by reading annotated text, reliable state of art and updated news