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prompt /prompt/
  • ngoại động từ
    • xúi giục; thúc giục; thúc đẩy
      • to prompt someone to do something: xúi giục ai làm việc gì
    • nhắc, gợi ý
      • to prompt ab actor: nhắc một diễn viên
    • gợi, gây (cảm hứng, ý nghĩ...)
    • danh từ
      • sự nhắc
      • lời nhắc
        • to give an actor a prompt: nhắc một diễn viên
    • danh từ
      • kỳ hạn trả tiền, kỳ hạn trả nợ
      • tính từ
        • mau lẹ, nhanh chóng; ngay, ngay tức thì, tức thời
          • a prompt decision: sự quyết định ngay
          • a prompt reply: câu trả lời ngay
          • for prompt eash: trả tiền ngay, tiền trao cháo múc
          • prompt iron: sắt bán giao hàng và trả tiền ngay
        • sẵn sàng
          • men prompt to volunteer: những người sẵn sàng tình nguyện
      Concise Dictionary
      prompts|prompted|prompting|prompter|promptestprɑmpt /prɒmpt
      noun
      +a cue given to a performer (usually the beginning of the next line to be spoken)
      +(computer science) a symbol that appears on the computer screen to indicate that the computer is ready to receive a command
      verb
      +give an incentive for action
      +serve as the inciting cause of
      +assist (somebody acting or reciting) by suggesting the next words of something forgotten or imperfectly learned
      adj.
      +according to schedule or without delay
      +characterized by speed and efficiency
      +quick in apprehending or reacting
      +performed with little or no delay

      Thesaurus Dictionary
      adj.
      1 quick, ready, immediate, instantaneous, unhesitating, rapid, fast, swift, speedy, punctual, timely, on time, instant, summary, brisk, alacritous:
      No matter what the question, Gemma gave a prompt response.
      2 alert, eager, ready, quick, expeditious, ready and willing, disposed, predisposed, unhesitating, keen, avid:
      Slow to praise, Alan was always prompt to criticize.
      v.
      3 urge, egg (on), prod, nudge, spur, exhort, incite, induce, impel, provoke, rouse, arouse, encourage, work or stir or fire up, move, motivate, cause, influence, put (someone) up to (something), coax, persuade, cajole, prevail upon or on, talk (someone) into (something):
      If he hadn't prompted her, she never would have apologized.
      4 cue, remind, feed lines (to), help:
      She never could remember her lines and needed to be prompted.
      5 bring about, inspire, occasion, give rise to, elicit, evoke, provoke, call forth, stimulate, awaken:
      The mention of hostages prompted a question about what was being done to gain their release.
      n.
      6 reminder, cue, hint, stimulus:
      He always needs a prompt to remind him to send his mother flowers on her birthday.
      Advanced English Dictionary
      adjective, verb, noun, adverb
      + adjective
      1 done without delay
      Synonym: IMMEDIATE
      Prompt action was required as the fire spread. + Prompt payment of the invoice would be appreciated.
      2 [not before noun] (of a person) acting without delay; arriving at the right time: Please be prompt when attending these meetings.
      promptness noun [U]
      + verb
      1 to make sb decide to do sth; to cause sth to happen: [VN] The discovery of the bomb prompted an increase in security. + His speech prompted an angry outburst from a man in the crowd. + [VN to inf] The thought of her daughter's wedding day prompted her to lose some weight.
      2 to encourage sb to speak by asking them questions or suggesting words that they could say: [VN] She was too nervous to speak and had to be prompted. + (computing) The program will prompt you to enter data where required. + [V speech] 'And then what happened?' he prompted. [also VN speech]
      3 [VN, V] to follow the text of a play and remind the actors what the words are if they forget their lines
      + noun
      1 a word or words said to an actor, to remind them what to say next when they have forgotten
      2 (computing) a sign on a computer screen that shows that the computer has finished doing sth and is ready for more instructions
      + adverb
      exactly at the time mentioned: The meeting will begin at ten o'clock prompt.


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