Từ điển trực tuyến - Online Dictionary

English - Vietnamese Dictionary
particular /pə'tikjulə/
  • tính từ
    • đặc biệt, đặc thù; cá biệt, riêng biệt
      • for no particular reason: không vì lý do gì đặc biệt
      • of no particular importance: không có tầm quan trọng đặc biệt
      • a particular case: một trường hợp cá biệt
      • in particular: đặc biệt
    • tường tận, tỉ mỉ, chi tiết
      • a full and particular account: bản tường thuật đầy đủ và tường tận
    • kỹ lưỡng, cặn kẽ, câu nệ đến từng chi tiết
      • to be particular in one's speech: kỹ lưỡng trong cách nói năng
    • khó tính, khảnh, cảnh vẻ (trong cách ăn mặc...)
      • too particular about what (as to what) one wats: quá khảnh ăn
  • danh từ
    • chi tiết
      • to go (enter) into particulars: đi sâu vào chi tiết
    • đặc biệt đặc thù
      • fog is a London particular: sương mù là một đặc điểm của Luân-đôn
    • (số nhiều) bản tường thuật chi tiết
Concise Dictionary
+a fact about some part (as opposed to general)
+a small part that can be considered separately from the whole
+(logic) a proposition that asserts something about some (but not all) members of a class
+unique or specific to a person or thing or category
+separate and distinct from others of the same group or category
+surpassing what is common or usual or expected
+first and most important
+exacting especially about details
+providing specific details or circumstances

Thesaurus Dictionary
1 certain, specific, special, peculiar, singular, single, isolated, individual, distinct, discrete, separate, definite, precise, express:
These are not his particular sentiments but those of thousands of his followers. In this particular instance your theory does not apply
2 marked, special, especial, exceptional, remarkable, noteworthy, notable, outstanding, unusual:
The commendation is for her particular contribution to the treatment of nervous disorders. Vintage port is a particular favourite of mine
3 detailed, itemized, item-by-item, thorough, minute, precise, exact, exacting, painstaking, nice, rigorous, close, blow-by-blow:
The inscriptions reveal the particular care taken in keeping daily records
4 fussy, meticulous, finicky, finical, fastidious, discriminating, selective, demanding, hypercritical, critical, Colloq pernickety or US also persnickety, choosy, picky:
Daphne is very particular about whom she invites to dinner.
5 Usually, particulars. detail, minutia, fine point, item, specific, element, fact, circumstance, information:
The particulars may never be revealed, but we know in general what took place that fateful night
6 in particular. particularly, specifically, precisely, exactly, especially, specially; particular, specific, special, definite:
I told mother that I was just going out, not anywhere in particular.
Advanced English Dictionary
adjective, noun
+ adjective
1 [only before noun] used to emphasize that you are referring to one individual person, thing or type of thing and not others: There is one particular patient I'd like you to see. + Is there a particular type of book he enjoys?
2 [only before noun] greater than usual; special: We must pay particular attention to this point. + These documents are of particular interest.
3 ~ (about / over sth) very definite about what you like and careful about what you choose
Synonym: FUSSY
She's very particular about her clothes.
Idioms: in particular
1 especially or particularly: He loves science fiction in particular.
2 special or SPECIFIC: Peter was lying on the sofa doing nothing in particular. + Is there anything in particular you'd like for dinner? + She directed the question at no one in particular.
+ noun (formal)
1 [usually pl.] a fact or detail especially one that is officially written down: The police officer took down all the particulars of the burglary. + The nurse asked me for my particulars (= personal details such as your name, address, etc.). + The new contract will be the same in every particular as the old one.
2 (particulars) [pl.] written information and details about a property, business, job, etc: Application forms and further particulars are available from the Personnel Office. + the particulars of a house in Bury

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