English - Vietnamese Dictionary
resolution /,rezə'lu:ʃn/Concise Dictionary
- danh từ
- nghị quyết
- to adop a resolution: thông qua một nghị quyết
- sự cương quyết, sự kiên quyết, sự quyết tâm
- to show a great resolution: biểu thị một quyết tâm lớn
- quyết định, ý định kiên quyết
- to carry out a resolution: thực hiện một quyết định
- good resolutions: ý định gắng sửa những thói xấu
- what have become of your good resolutions?: những ý định gắng sửa thói xấu của anh đã đi đến đâu rồi?
- sự giải quyết (vấn đề, mối nghi ngờ)
- sự dung giải, sự phân tích; sự chuyển (sang trạng thái khác)
- resolution of water into steam: sự chuyển nước thành hơi
- (y học) sự tiêu độc, sự tiêu tan
- (âm nhạc) sự chuyển sang thuận tai
- (văn học) sự thay thế hai âm tiết ngắn bằng một âm tiết dài
- (toán học) cách giải, sự giải
- resolution of vectors: sự giải vectơ
+a formal expression by a meeting; agreed to by a vote
+the ability of a microscope or telescope to measure the angular separation of images that are close together
+the trait of being resolute
+finding a solution to a problem
+something settled or resolved; the outcome of decision making
+analysis into clear-cut components
+(computer science) the number of pixels per square inch on a computer-generated display; the greater the resolution, the better the picture
+the subsidence of swelling or other signs of inflammation (especially in a lung)
+(music) a dissonant chord is followed by a consonant chord
+a statement that solves a problem or explains how to solve the problem
+a decision to do something or to behave in a certain manner
Advanced English Dictionary
1 resolve, resoluteness, determination, purpose, purposefulness, steadfastness, firmness, decidedness, decision, staunchness, boldness, doggedness, dauntlessness, stubbornness, obstinacy, perseverance, persistence, relentlessness, pertinacity, tenacity, single-mindedness, dedication, devotion, constancy, devotedness, deliberation, deliberateness, inflexibility, inflexibleness, unshakeability or unshakability, fixedness, indefatigability, indefatigableness, irreversibility, changelessness, unchangeability, immutability, immutableness, unalterability, Colloq US stick-to-it-iveness:
The boys showed extraordinary resolution in deciding to continue despite the hardships
2 promise, commitment, pledge, word (of honour), oath, vow, undertaking, obligation; intention:
I find that my New Year's resolutions last till about January 5th
3 motion, resolve, proposal, proposition, plan, suggestion, idea, notion; determination, verdict, decision, judgement:
The committee votes today on the resolution to increase membership fees.
4 answer, answering, solution, solving, unravelling, disentanglement, sorting out, explication; outcome, issue, result, end (result):
The resolution of a family problem is seldom easy. Can there be a final resolution of the question of a free market economy?
5 acutance, sharpness, precision, accuracy, exactness, exactitude, fineness, discrimination, detailing, distinguishability:
The new optical system provides for a much better resolution.
+ nounCollocation Dictionary
1 [C] a formal statement of an opinion agreed on by a committee or a council, especially by means of a vote: to pass / adopt / carry a resolution + The UN Security Council unanimously adopted a resolution calling for a halt to hostilities.
2 [U, sing.] the act of solving or settling a problem, dispute, etc: the resolution of the dispute + The government is pressing for an early resolution of the hostage crisis.
3 [U] the quality of being resolute or determined
The reforms owe a great deal to the resolution of one man. + Her resolution never faltered.
4 [C] ~ (to do sth) a firm decision to do or not to do sth: She made a resolution to visit her relatives more often. + Have you made any New Year's resolutions (= for example, to give up smoking from 1 January)?
5 [U, sing.] the power of a computer screen, printer, etc. to give a clear image, depending on the size of the dots that make up the image: high-resolution graphics
1 formal decision taken after a vote
draft | formal | joint
a joint US-British resolution
| unanimous | ordinary | emergency, special | compromise | affirmative, negative
(both law) An affirmative resolution of both Houses of Parliament is needed.
| Security Council, UN, etc.
VERB + RESOLUTION
draft | propose, put forward, table | vote on | adopt, agree, approve, carry, pass
The resolution was carried unanimously.
| block, reject
RESOLUTION + VERB
be aimed at sth, call for sth
The resolution called for the resumption of negotiations.
| declare sth, proclaim sth
a resolution declaring independence
| approve sth, authorize sth
The assembly adopted a resolution approving the scheme.
| condemn sth
a resolution condemning the invasion
under (a/the) ~
weapons banned under Resolution 687
| ~ on
The General Assembly rejected the resolution on the subject of arms control. > Special page at MEETING
2 settling a dispute
early, quick, rapid | final, ultimate | peaceful
Hopes of a peaceful resolution to the conflict were fading.
| satisfactory, successful | conflict, dispute
methods of conflict resolution
VERB + RESOLUTION
require | press for
The government is pressing for an early resolution of the hostage crisis.
| achieve, reach
the likelihood of achieving a satisfactory resolution to the problem
3 being firm and determined
VERB + RESOLUTION
have | show
She showed great resolution in her dealings with management.
4 firm decision to do/not to do sth
firm, good | New Year/New Year's
VERB + RESOLUTION
I made a New Year resolution to give up smoking.
5 power to give a clear image
| low | maximum | screen | pixel
a monitor capable of a 1,024 by 768 pixel resolution
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