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proverb
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English - Vietnamese Dictionary
proverb /proverb/
  • danh từ
    • tục ngữ, cách ngôn
    • điều ai cũng biết; người ai cũng biết
      • he is varicious to a proverb: ai cũng biết nó là thằng cha hám lợi
      • he is ignorant to a proverb; he is a proverb for ignorance; his ignotance is a proverb: nó dốt nổi tiếng
    • (số nhiều) trò chơi tục ngữ
    • (Proverbs) sách cách ngôn (trong kinh Cựu ước)
Concise Dictionary
proverbs'prɑvɜrb /'prɒvɜːb
noun
+a condensed but memorable saying embodying some important fact of experience that is taken as true by many people
Thesaurus Dictionary
n.
saying, maxim, aphorism, saw, adage, apophthegm or apothegm, axiom, moral, moralism, homily, dictum, gnome, epigram, commonplace, platitude, truism, cliché, bromide:
According to the old proverb, 'A fool and his money are soon parted'.
Advanced English Dictionary
+ noun
a well-known phrase or sentence that gives advice or says sth that is generally true, for example 'Waste not, want not'.


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