English - Vietnamese Dictionary
same /seim/Concise Dictionary
- tính từ
- đều đều, đơn điệu
- their jokes are a little same: những câu nói đùa của chúng vẫn cứ đơn điệu như thế
- ((thường) + the) giống nhau, như nhau, không thay đổi, cùng một, cũng như vậy, cũng như thế
- to say the same thing twice over: nói đi nói lại một điệu như nhau
- to travel in the same direction: đi về cùng một hướng
- he is the same age as I: anh ấy cùng tuổi với tôi
- at the same time: cùng một lúc
- he gave the same answer as before: anh ta vẫn giả lời như trước
- danh từ & đại từ (the gõn
- (từ hiếm,nghĩa hiếm) lại người ấy, cũng vẫn người ấy
- to the same: lại gửi người ấy
- from the same: cũng lại do người ấy gửi (tặng...)
- cùng một điều ấy, cùng một vật ấy, vật như thế, điều như thế, việc như thế
- we would do the same again: chúng ta sẽ lại làm việc như thế nữa
- more of the same: cứ cho thêm cùng một thứ như vậy, cứ cho uống thêm cùng một thứ thuốc...
- (từ cổ,nghĩa cổ), (thương nghiệp); (pháp lý); luộc koảy pốc điều đã nói trên, người đã nói trên; vật đó; điều đó, người đó
- phó từ (the gõn
- cũng như thế, vẫn như thế, cũng như
- I think the same of him: tôi cũng nghĩ về anh ta như thế
- just the same: vẫn y như thế, vẫn y như thường
+a member of an indigenous nomadic people living in northern Scandinavia and herding reindeer
+the language of nomadic Lapps in northern Scandinavia and the Kola Peninsula
+same in identity
+closely similar or comparable in kind or quality or quantity or degree
+equal in amount or value
+unchanged in character or nature
Advanced English Dictionary
1 identical, exact (same), selfsame; very:
When I said they were wearing the same dress I meant that they were wearing identical dresses. That's the same tie you wore when we first met
2 unchanged, unchanging, changeless, unmodified, unaltered, constant, uniform, unvaried, unvarying; word-for-word, verbatim:
As you can see, it's the same old Charley you used to know and love. Professor Spicer is still giving the same lecture that he has given all these years
3 all the same. at the same time, nevertheless, nonetheless, even so, yet, but, anyway, anyhow, in any case, in any event, at any rate, regardless, still (and all), in spite of or despite the fact, notwithstanding, for all that, that (having been) said, having said that, after all is said and done, just the same:
Of course you have a right to go; all the same, I wish you had let me know.
adjective, pronoun, adverbCollocation Dictionary
1 exactly the one or ones referred to or mentioned; not different: We have lived in the same house for twenty years. + She's still the same fun-loving person that I knew at college. + This one works in exactly the same way as the other. + They both said much the same thing. + He used the very same (= exactly the same) words. + I resigned last Friday and left that same day.
2 exactly like the one or ones referred to or mentioned: I bought the same car as yours (= another car of that type). + She was wearing the same dress that I had on. + The same thing happened to me last week.
Idioms: Idioms containing same are at the entries for the nouns and verbs in the idioms, for example be in the same boat is at boat.
1 the ~ (as ...) the same thing or things: I would do the same again. + I think the same as you do about this. + Just do the same as me (= as I do). + His latest movie is just more of the same-exotic locations, car chases and a final shoot-out. + (spoken) 'I'll have coffee.' 'Same for me, please (= I will have one too).'
2 the ~ (as ...) having the same number, colour, size, quality, etc: There are several brands and they're not all the same. + I'd like one the same as yours.
3 (the same) (BrE) the same person: 'Was that George on the phone?' 'The same (= yes, it was George).'
Idioms: all / just the same in spite of this
He's not very reliable, but I like him just the same. + 'Will you stay for lunch?' 'No, but thanks all the same.' + All the same, there's some truth in what she says.
be all the same to sb to not be important to sb: It's all the same to me whether we eat now or later.
one and the same the same person or thing: It turns out that her aunt and my cousin are one and the same.
(the) same again (spoken) used to ask sb to serve you the same drink as before: Same again, please!
same here (spoken) used to say that sth is also true of you: 'I can't wait to see it.' 'Same here.'
(the) same to you (spoken) used to answer a greeting, an insult, etc: 'Happy Christmas!' 'And the same to you!' + 'Get lost!' 'Same to you!'
+ adverb (usually the same) in the same way; SIMILARLY: Babies all look the same to me. + We treat boys exactly the same as girls. + (informal) He gave me five dollars, same as usual.
be, feel, look, seem, smell, sound, taste
They both taste just the same to me.
| remain, stay
exactly, just, precisely
I had exactly the same experience.
| not altogether, not quite
That's not quite the same thing, is it?
| almost, basically, broadly, essentially, more or less, nearly, practically, pretty much, roughly, substantially, virtually
Your new job will be essentially the same as your old one.
Your dress is nearly the same as mine.
one and the same
We can do the two things at one and the same time.
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