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raw /rɔ:/
  • tính từ
    • sống (chưa nấu chín)
      • raw meat: thịt sống
    • thô, chưa tinh chế, còn nguyên chất, sống
      • raw sugar: đường thô
      • raw silk: tơ sống
      • raw marterial: nguyên liệu
    • non nớt, chưa có kinh nghiệm, mới vào nghề
      • a raw workman: một người thợ mới vào nghề
      • raw recruits: tân binh
      • a raw hand: người non nớt chưa có kinh nghiệm
    • trầy da chảy máu, đau buốt (vết thương)
    • không viền
      • a raw edge of cloth: mép vải không viền
    • ấm và lạnh; rét căm căm
      • raw weather: thời tiết ấm và lạnh
      • raw wind: gió rét căm căm
    • không gọt giũa, sống sượng
      • raw colours: màu sống sượng
    • không công bằng; (từ Mỹ,nghĩa Mỹ), (từ lóng) bất lương, bất chính
      • a raw deal: cách đối xử không công bằng; ((từ Mỹ,nghĩa Mỹ), (từ lóng)) việc làm bất chính, sự thông đồng bất chính
    • to pull a raw one
      • (từ Mỹ,nghĩa Mỹ), (từ lóng) nói chuyện tục tĩu, nói chuyện nhảm
    • raw head and bloody bone
      • ông ba bị, ông ngáo ộp
  • danh từ
    • cái chưa được gọt giũa, cái còn để nguyên chất
    • chỗ trầy da chảy máu, vết thương đau buốt
      • to touch somebody on the raw: (nghĩa bóng) chạm nọc ai, chạm tự ái của ai, làm động lòng ai
  • ngoại động từ
    • làm trầy da, làm trầy da chảy máu
Concise Dictionary
raws|rawer|rawestrɔː
noun
+informal terms for nakedness
adj.
+(used especially of commodities) being unprocessed or manufactured using only simple or minimal processes
+having the surface exposed and painful
+not treated with heat to prepare it for eating
+not processed or refined
+devoid of elaboration or diminution or concealment; bare and pure
+brutally unfair or harsh
+not processed or subjected to analysis
+untempered and unrefined
+hurting
+unpleasantly cold and damp
+used of wood and furniture
+lacking training or experience
+(used informally) completely unclothed

Thesaurus Dictionary
adj.
1 uncooked, unprepared, fresh:
Many vegetables can be eaten raw.
2 unprocessed, untreated, unrefined, unfinished, natural, crude:
The raw sugar is shipped to the plant where it is refined. The raw statistics revealed that many women had refused to respond to the questionnaire
3 new, inexperienced, unseasoned, immature, green, untried, fresh, untrained, unskilled, untested:
They sent us raw recruits who had never seen battle.
4 exposed, unprotected, uncovered, open; sore, tender, inflamed, painful, sensitive:
When he mentioned her name, it was as if he had touched a raw nerve
5 chill, chilly, chilling, cold, damp, frigid, freezing, biting, stinging, nippy, nipping, sharp, keen, piercing, penetrating:
You should wrap up warmly if you're going out in that raw wind.
6 brutal, frank, candid, blunt, direct, unvarnished, unmollified, unembellished, realistic, honest, plain, unreserved, unrestrained, uninhibited, bluff, straightforward:
The producer felt that no domestic audience could stomach a raw depiction of the horrors of war.
n.
7 in the raw. naked, stark naked, undressed, unclothed, nude, in the nude, Brit starkers, Colloq in the buff, in the altogether, in one's birthday suit:
For punishment, they made us stand outside, in the freezing cold, in the raw.
Advanced English Dictionary
adjective, noun
+ adjective
food
1 not cooked: raw meat + These fish are often eaten raw.
materials
2 [usually before noun] in its natural state; not yet changed, used or made into sth else: the supply of raw materials to factories + raw cotton / sugar / wool + (figurative) Her childhood provided the raw material for her first novel.
information
3 [usually before noun] not yet organized into a form in which it can be easily used or understood: This information is only raw data and will need further analysis.
emotions / qualities
4 [usually before noun] powerful and natural; not controlled or trained: songs full of raw emotion + He started with nothing but raw talent and determination.
part of body
5 red and painful because the skin has been damaged: There were raw patches on her feet where the shoes had rubbed.
person
6 [usually before noun] new to a job or an activity and therefore without experience or skill: a raw beginner + raw recruits (= for example, in the army)
weather
7 very cold: a raw north wind + It had been a wet raw winter.
description
8 honest, direct and sometimes shocking: a raw portrayal of working-class life + (AmE) raw language (= containing many sexual details)
rawness noun [U]
Idioms: a raw deal the fact of sb being treated unfairly: Older workers often get a raw deal.
+ noun
Idioms: catch / touch sb on the raw (BrE) to upset sb by reminding them of sth they are particularly sensitive about
in the raw in a way that does not hide the unpleasant aspects of sth: He spent a couple of months on the streets to experience life in the raw.
more at NERVE n.


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