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rules
English - Vietnamese Dictionary
rule /ru:l/
  • danh từ
    • phép tắc, quy tắc, nguyên tắc; quy luật; điều lệ, luật lệ
      • the rule of the road: luật đi đường
      • standing rules: điều lệ hiện hành (của một hội, công ty...)
      • grammar rules: những quy tắc ngữ pháp
    • thói quen, lệ thường
      • as a rule: theo thói quen, theo lệ thường
      • by rule of thumb: theo kinh nghiệm
      • to make it a rule to gets up early: đặt thành cái lệ dậy sớm
    • quyền lực
    • sự thống trị
      • under the rule of...: dưới sự thống trị cử...
    • thước (có) chia độ (của thợ mộc)
    • (pháp lý) quyết định của toà án; lệnh của toà án
    • (ngành in) thước (để) ngăn dòng; filê, cái gạch đầu dòng
      • em rule: gạch đầu dòng
      • en rule: gạch ngắn, gạch nối
    • to do things by rule
      • làm việc theo nguyên tắc, làm việc có phương pháp
    • by rule and line
      • rất đúng, rất chính xác
    • gag rule
      • (từ Mỹ,nghĩa Mỹ) chính sách khoá miệng không cho tự do ngôn luận
    • the golden rule
      • (xem) golden
    • hard and fast rule
      • nguyên tắc cứng rắn, nguyên tắc bất di bất dịch
    • out of rule
      • trái quy tắc, sai nguyên tắc
    • there is no rule without an exception
      • không có nguyên tắc nào là không có ngoại lệ
  • ngoại động từ
    • cai trị, trị vì, thống trị; chỉ huy, điều khiển
      • to rule a nation: thống trị một nước
    • kiềm chế, chế ngự
      • to rule one's passions: kiềm chế dục vọng
    • ((thường) dạng bị động) chỉ dẫn, hướng dẫn, khuyên bảo
      • to be ruled by someone: theo sự hướng dẫn của ai, theo lời khuyên của ai
    • (pháp lý) quyết định, ra lệnh
    • kẻ (giấy) bằng thước
    • nội động từ
      • cai trị, trị vì, thống trị, cầm quyền
        • to rule over a nation: thống trị một nước
        • to rule by love: lấy đức mà cai trị
      • thể hiện (ở một mức nào đó, ở một trạng thái nào đó)
        • prices rule high: giá cả lên cao
        • crops rule good: mùa màng tốt
      • to ruke off
        • (thương nghiệp) đóng sổ, kết toán
      • to rule out
        • loại trừ, bác bỏ
      • to rule the roast (roots)
        • (từ cổ,nghĩa cổ) làm bá chủ hoành hành, làm vương làng tướng
      • to rule with a heavy (high) hand
        • to rule with a rod of iron
          • thống trị bằng bàn tay sắt, độc tài, độc đoán
    Concise Dictionary
    rules|ruled|rulingruːl
    noun
    +a principle or condition that customarily governs behavior
    +something regarded as a normative example
    +prescribed guide for conduct or action
    +(linguistics) a rule describing (or prescribing) a linguistic practice
    +a basic generalization that is accepted as true and that can be used as a basis for reasoning or conduct
    +a rule or law concerning a natural phenomenon or the function of a complex system
    +the duration of a monarch's or government's power
    +dominance or power through legal authority
    +directions that define the way a game or sport is to be conducted
    +any one of a systematic body of regulations defining the way of life of members of a religious order
    +(mathematics) a standard procedure for solving a class of mathematical problems
    +measuring stick consisting of a strip of wood or metal or plastic with a straight edge that is used for drawing straight lines and measuring lengths
    verb
    +exercise authority over; as of nations
    +decide with authority
    +be larger in number, quantity, power, status or importance
    +decide on and make a declaration about
    +have an affinity with; of signs of the zodiac
    +mark or draw with a ruler
    +keep in check

    Thesaurus Dictionary
    n.
    1 regulation, order, law, ordinance, ruling, decree, ukase, statute, principle, direction, guide, guideline, precept:
    We go by the Golden Rule here, Jim, 'Do unto others before they do unto you'
    2 dominion, authority, control, sovereignty, sway, command, ascendancy, direction, oversight, supervision, mastery:
    How could such a despised monarch maintain rule over a people for so long?
    3 fact, standard, customs, practice, form, routine, convention, policy, way things are:
    Honesty and integrity among our students are the rule rather than the exception
    4 as a rule. generally, usually, normally, customarily, for the most part, mostly, ordinarily, mainly, in the main, chiefly, on the whole, commonly, more often than not:
    As a rule, we require payment in advance.
    v.
    5 Sometimes, rule over. reign (over), govern, be in control or charge or command (of or over), be in power (over), hold sway (over), wield the sceptre, wear the crown, run; prevail, hold sway, dominate, predominate, control:
    The hand that rocks the cradle rules the world. Supposedly, the majority rules in a democracy
    6 direct, guide, manage, control, lead, head (up), preside (over), superintend, oversee, supervise, regulate, govern, run:
    The company is ruled by a committee made up of employees and directors.
    7 decide, judge, hand down a judgement or decision, decree, deem, resolve, settle, determine, find, declare, pronounce:
    The referee ruled that Jones had committed a foul.
    8 rule out. ban, bar, prohibit, exclude, eliminate, forbid, preclude, proscribe, negate, dismiss, disregard, bypass, ignore, overlook:
    The programme committee ruled out Birmingham as the site of next year's conference.


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