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ripe /raip/
  • tính từ
    • chín
      • ripe fruit: quả chín
    • chín muồi, chín chắn, trưởng thành
      • a ripe plan: một kế hoạch đã chín muồi
      • time is ripe for...: đã đến lúc chín muồi để...
      • to come of ripe age: đến tuổi trưởng thành
    • đỏ mọng (như quả chín)
      • ripe lips: đôi môi đỏ mọng
    • đã ngấu, ăn được rồi, uống được rồi
      • ripe cheese: phó mát ăn được rồi
      • ripe wine: rượu vang uống được rồi
    • soon ripe soon rotten
      • (tục ngữ) sớm nở tối tàn
  • nội động từ
    • (thơ ca) chín
    • ngoại động từ
      • làm chín
    Concise Dictionary
    riper|ripestraɪp
    adj.
    +fully developed or matured and ready to be eaten or used
    +fully prepared or eager
    +most suitable or right for a particular purpose
    +at the highest point of development especially in judgment or knowledge
    +far along in time

    Thesaurus Dictionary
    adj.
    1 mature, matured, seasoned, (fully) grown, (well-)ripened, developed, mellow, ready, fit, US (fully) aged, well-aged:
    The grapes are ripe for picking.
    2 prepared, ready, fit, appropriate, experienced, veteran, seasoned, sage, wise, sophisticated, mature, informed, qualified, dependable, reliable:
    Henry is ripe in judgement and understanding.
    3 ripe for.
    (a) timely, opportune, propitious, favourable, auspicious, ideal, right, suitable, apt, proper, suitably advanced:
    Is the time yet ripe for another revival of Heartbreak House ?
    (b) ready, eager, enthusiastic, prepared, fit, ready, in readiness:
    The mob is ripe for revolt.
    Advanced English Dictionary
    + adjective (riper, ripest)
    1 (of fruit or crops) fully grown and ready to be eaten: Pick the tomatoes before they get too ripe.
    Antonym: UNRIPE
    2 (of cheese or wine) having a flavour that has fully developed
    Synonym: MATURE
    3 (of a smell) strong and unpleasant
    4 ~ (for sth) ready or suitable for sth to happen: This land is ripe for development. + The conditions were ripe for social change. + Reforms were promised when the time was ripe.
    ripeness noun [U]
    Idioms: a / the ripe old age (of ...) an age that is considered to be very old: He lived to the ripe old age of 91.
    Collocation Dictionary
    adj

    VERBS

    be, feel, look, smell, taste

    ADV.

    really, very
    a really ripe strawberry
    | fully, perfectly, quite
    Make sure the plums are fully ripe before you eat them.

    Some of the apples were notquite ripe.

    | almost, just about, nearly
    The crops were just aboutripe.


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