English - Vietnamese Dictionary
notion /'nouʃn/Concise Dictionary
- danh từ
- ý niệm, khái niệm
- a vague notion of...: một khái niệm mơ hồ về...
- to have no notion of...: chẳng có một ý niệm gì về...
- ý kiến, quan điểm
- such is the common notion: đó là ý kiến chung, đó là quan điểm chung
- ý định
- he has no notion of resigning: nó không có ý định từ chức
- (từ Mỹ,nghĩa Mỹ) đồ dùng lặt vặt, tạp hoá
- notion store: (định ngữ) hàng tạp hoá
+a vague idea in which some confidence is placed
+a general inclusive concept
+an odd or fanciful or capricious idea
+(usually plural) small personal articles or clothing or sewing items
Advanced English Dictionary
1 idea, thought, concept, conception, image, impression, general idea, (mental) picture, inkling:
She has a pretty good notion of who did it. I haven't the slightest notion of what you are talking about
2 fancy, whim, crotchet, whimsy, caprice, impulse, inclination, vagary, conceit, quirk, kink:
She suddenly took a notion to fly to New York and left.
+ nounCollocation Dictionary
~ (that ...)
~ (of sth) an idea, a belief or an understanding of sth: a political system based on the notions of equality and liberty + I have to reject the notion that greed can be a good thing. + She had only a vague notion of what might happen. + He has no notion of the difficulty of the problem.
absurd, peculiar, ridiculous | hazy, vague | faintest, foggiest
I haven't the faintest notion how to get there.
| romantic | accepted, conventional, traditional | preconceived | general
There seems to be a general notion that nothing can be done about the problem.
| simple, simplistic
VERB + NOTION
He's got some vague notion that people will be queueing up to finance the project.
| reject | accept | support | dispel
We must dispel this notion that you can rely on the state for everything.
They have come to reject the traditional notion of womanhood.
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