English - Vietnamese Dictionary
proclaim /proclaim/Concise Dictionary
- ngoại động từ
- công bố, tuyên bố
- to proclaim war: tuyên chiến
- để lộ ra, chỉ ra
- his accent proclaimed him a southerner: giọng nói của anh ta cho thấy anh ta là người miền nam
- tuyên bố cấm
- to proclaim a meeting: tuyên bố cấm một cuộc họp
proclaims|proclaimed|proclaimingprəʊ'kleɪm /prə-Thesaurus Dictionary
+declare formally; declare someone to be something; of titles
+state or announce
+affirm or declare as an attribute or quality of
+praise, glorify, or honor
Advanced English Dictionary
1 announce, advertise, circulate, declare, broadcast, pronounce, make known, bruit (about), trumpet, publish, promulgate, herald; profess, protest, enunciate, articulate:
Edgar was proclaimed king. She proclaimed her innocence.
2 brand, accuse of being, stigmatize as, pronounce, rule, decree, characterize, report:
She found herself proclaimed a traitor.
+ verbCollocation Dictionary
1 to publicly and officially tell people about sth important
[VN] The president proclaimed a state of emergency. + The day was proclaimed a public holiday. + [V that] The charter proclaimed that all states would have their own government. + [VN-N] He proclaimed himself emperor. [also VN to inf, also V wh-, V speech]
2 (formal) to show sth clearly; to be a sign of sth: [VN] This building, more than any other, proclaims the character of the town. + [VN-N, VN to inf] His accent proclaimed him a Scot. + His accent proclaimed him to be a Scot. [also V that]
loudly | formally, officially | openly, publicly | proudly | unilaterally
The district unilaterally proclaimed its independence from the national government.
VERB + PROCLAIM
His classic boyish looks seemed to proclaim his good humour and openness.
Everyone is proclaiming him as the next president.
proclaiming her innocence to the world
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