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remedy /'remidi/
  • danh từ
    • thuốc, phương thuốc; cách điều trị, cách chữa cháy
    • phương pháp cứu chữa, biện pháp sửa chữa
    • sự đền bù; sự bồi thường
    • sai suất (trong việc đúc tiền)
    • ngoại động từ
      • cứu chữa, chữa khỏi
      • sửa chữa
      • đền bù, bù đắp
        • final victory will remedy all set-backs: thắng lợi cuối cùng sẽ đền bù lại những thất bại đã qua
    Concise Dictionary
    remedies|remedied|remedying'remɪdɪ
    noun
    +act of correcting an error or a fault or an evil
    +a medicine or therapy that cures disease or relieve pain
    verb
    +set straight or right
    +provide relief for

    Thesaurus Dictionary
    n.
    1 cure, treatment, therapy, antidote, counteractant, countermeasure, medication, medicament, medicine, prescription, drug, pharmaceutical, cure-all, panacea, nostrum, restorative, specific:
    What remedy did the doctor recommend?
    2 cure, antidote, cure-all, panacea, nostrum, countermeasure, relief, redress, answer, solution:
    Knowledge is the only remedy for superstition.
    v.
    3 cure, treat, heal, mend, restore, relieve, soothe, control, ease, mitigate, alleviate:
    The ointment will remedy the itching but not the infection causing it
    4 correct, rectify, reform, improve, ameliorate, redress, repair, put or set right, straighten out:
    How can I remedy a situation that has already gone too far?
    Advanced English Dictionary
    noun, verb
    + noun (plural remedies) ~ (for / to sth)
    1 a way of dealing with or improving an unpleasant or difficult situation: There is no simple remedy for unemployment. + There are a number of possible remedies to this problem.
    2 a treatment or medicine to cure a disease or reduce pain that is not very serious: a natural / herbal remedy + an excellent home remedy for sore throats
    3 ~ (against sth) (law) a way of dealing with a problem, using the processes of the law: Holding copyright provides the only legal remedy against unauthorized copying. + What's my remedy in law in this case?
    + verb (remedies, remedying, remedied, remedied) [VN] to correct or improve sth: to remedy a deficiency / problem / mistake + This situation is easily remedied.
    Collocation Dictionary
    noun

    1 treatment/medicine

    ADJ.

    effective, good | correct | wrong | common | traditional | ancient, old | folk | home | herbal, homoeopathic, natural | cold
    The player insists that he merely took a cold remedy and not a banned substance.

    QUANT.

    dose
    One dose of the remedy is sufficient.

    VERB + REMEDY

    take, use | need | try | give sb
    The remedy was given in different strengths to a group of volunteers.
    | prescribe (sb) | prepare
    The remedies are all prepared from wild flowers.
    | find
    They're hoping to find a remedy for the condition.

    REMEDY + VERB

    be available | work
    She tried various remedies, but none of them worked.

    PREP.

    ~ for
    He took a herbal remedy for his hay fever.

    2 way of dealing with a problem

    ADJ.

    adequate, effective, good
    Your best remedy is to go to the small claims court.
    | appropriate, suitable | easy, simple
    There's no easy remedy for unemployment.
    | common, usual | alternative | desperate, drastic | proposed | civil (law), common/private/public law, contractual, judicial, legal, statutory

    VERB + REMEDY

    have | pursue, seek
    They will have to seek a judicial remedy for breach of contract.
    | resort to
    Desperate remedies were resorted to in the search for food.
    | exhaust
    They advised him to exhaust all other remedies before applying to court.
    | create | offer | afford (sb), grant sb, provide (sb with)
    remedies afforded to creditors by a bankruptcy order

    REMEDY + VERB

    be available | lie in sth
    When the reservoir becomes blocked, the only remedy lies in cleaning the entire system.

    PREP.

    ~ against
    The agreement states that he has a remedy against the subcontractor.
    | ~ for
    remedies for breach of contract
    | ~ in
    You have a remedy in civil law.

    PHRASES

    rights and remedies
    The Act created rights and remedies for consumers.

    verb

    ADV.

    easily
    This could easily be remedied if the authorities were willing.

    VERB + REMEDY

    attempt to, seek to, take steps to, try to
    The government should have taken steps to remedy the situation.



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