English - Vietnamese Dictionary
resort /'ri:'sɔ:t/Concise Dictionary
- danh từ
- cái dùng đến, phương kế, phương sách
- this is to be done without resort to force: việc này phải làm mà không dùng đến vũ lực
- in the last resort: như là phương sách cuối cùng
- nơi có đông người lui tới
- seaside resort: nơi nghỉ mát ở bờ biển
- nội động từ
- dùng đến, cầu đến, nhớ vào
- to resort to revolutionary violence: dùng đến bạo lực cách mạng
- thường xuyên lui tới (nơi nào)
- to resort to the nountain: thường đi chơi núi
resorts|resorted|resortingrɪ'sɔrt /-'sɔːbThesaurus Dictionary
+a hotel located in a resort area
+a frequently visited place
+something or someone turned to for assistance or security
+act of turning to for assistance
+have recourse to
+move, travel, or proceed toward some place
Advanced English Dictionary
1 spa, retreat, Chiefly Brit watering-place:
We go to a lovely resort in the Alps every summer.
2 resource, backup, reserve, refuge, place to turn, alternative, remedy:
He will see a doctor only as a last resort.
3 resort to. have recourse to, turn to, look to, fall back on, repair to, take to, frequent, patronize, attend; visit, haunt, hang out in:
I have to resort to father for a small loan. She was said to be resorting to the lowest dens in the Casbah.
noun, verbCollocation Dictionary
1 [C] a place where a lot of people go on holiday/vacation: seaside / ski / mountain resorts + (BrE) a popular holiday resort + the resort town of Byron Bay
2 [U] ~ to sth the act of using sth, especially sth bad or unpleasant, because nothing else is possible: There are hopes that the conflict can be resolved without resort to violence.
3 the first / last / final ~ the first or last course of action that you should or can take in a particular situation: Strike action should be regarded as a last resort, when all attempts to negotiate have failed. + In the last resort (= at the most basic level) what really moves us is our personal convictions.
Phrasal Verbs: resort to sth to make use of sth, especially sth bad, as a means of achieving sth, often because there is no other possible solution: They felt obliged to resort to violence. + [+ -ing] We may have to resort to using untrained staff.
fashionable, favourite, popular | attractive, bustling, lively | modern | purpose-built | health, holiday, ski, spa, tourist | beach, coastal, lakeside, mountain, seaside | summer, winter
RESORT + NOUN
area, town | hotel
at/in a/the ~
They spent a month at a fashionable ski resort in Switzerland.
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