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rouse
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rouse /rauz/
  • danh từ
    • (quân sự) hiệu kèn đánh thức
    • ngoại động từ
      • khua, khuấy động
        • to rouse a fox from its lair: khua một con cáo ra khỏi hang
      • đánh thức, làm thức tỉnh
        • to rouse someone [from sleep]: đánh thức ai dậy
        • to rouse oneself: thức tỉnh, tỉnh táo
      • khích động
        • to rouse the masses to action: khích động quần chúng hành động
      • khêu gợi (tình cảm...)
      • khuấy (chất lỏng, bia khi ủ)
      • chọc tức, làm nổi giận
      • (hàng hải) kéo mạnh, ra sức kéo
      • nội động từ
        • ((thường) + up) thức tỉnh, tỉnh dây, thức tỉnh
        • ngoại động từ
          • muối (cá trích...)
        Concise Dictionary
        rouses|roused|rousingraʊz
        verb
        +become active
        +force or drive out
        +cause to be agitated, excited, or roused
        +cause to become awake or conscious

        Thesaurus Dictionary
        v.
        1 arouse, call, waken, awaken, wake (up), get up, arise:
        I was roused from a deep slumber by a dog's barking.
        2 stir (up), arouse, bestir, stimulate, inspirit, animate, invigorate, electrify, excite, provoke, prompt, goad, prod, galvanize, incite, whet, move, work up, fire up:
        Bruce's unquenchable enthusiasm roused many to become involved in the campaign.
        Advanced English Dictionary
        + verb
        1 [VN] ~ sb (from sleep / bed) (formal) to wake sb up, especially when they are sleeping deeply: The telephone roused me from my sleep at 6 a.m. + Nicky roused her with a gentle nudge. + He came to the door, evidently just roused from his bed.
        2 ~ sb / yourself (to sth) to make sb want to start doing sth when they were not active or interested in doing it: [VN] A lot of people were roused to action by the appeal. + [VN to inf] Richard couldn't rouse himself to say anything in reply.
        3 [VN] (formal) to make sb feel a particular emotion: to rouse sb's anger / fear / curiosity + What roused your suspicions (= what made you suspicious)?
        4 [VN] [usually passive] to make sb angry, excited or full of emotion: Chris is not easily roused. + When roused, he has a cruel tongue.
        See also - AROUSE


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