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English - Vietnamese Dictionary
scar /skɑ:/
  • danh từ
    • (như) scaur
    • sẹo, vết sẹo (của vết thương, ở cây tại chỗ có lá rụng)
    • (nghĩa bóng) mối hận sâu sắc, nỗi đau khổ
    • (từ Mỹ,nghĩa Mỹ) vết nhơ
      • scars upon one's reputation: những vết nhơ cho thanh danh
  • động từ
    • có sẹo; để lại vết sẹo
    • thành sẹo, khỏi (vết thương)
Concise Dictionary
scarred|scarring|scarsskɑr /skɑː
noun
+a mark left (usually on the skin) by the healing of injured tissue
+an indication of damage
verb
+mark with a scar
Thesaurus Dictionary
n.
1 blemish, mark, damage, disfigurement, wound, injury, scratch, mar, cut, burn, brand, cicatrix:
Fortunately, the cut is shallow and shouldn't leave a scar.
v.
2 blemish, mark, damage, disfigure, wound, injure, scratch, mar, cut, burn, brand; dent:
The blow scarred him for life.
Advanced English Dictionary
noun, verb
+ noun
1 a mark that is left on the skin after a wound has healed: a scar on his cheek + Will the operation leave a scar? + scar tissue
2 a permanent feeling of great sadness or mental pain that a person is left with after an unpleasant experience: His years in prison have left deep scars. + My husband died four years ago and the scar hasn't healed yet.
3 something unpleasant or ugly that spoils the appearance or public image of sth: The town still bears the scars of war. + Racism has been a scar on the game.
4 an area of a hill or cliff where there is bare rock and no grass: a mile-long limestone scar
+ verb [VN] [often passive]
1 (of a wound, etc.) to leave a mark on the skin after it has healed: His face was badly scarred.
2 (of an unpleasant experience) to leave sb with a feeling of sadness or mental pain: The experience left her scarred for life.
3 to spoil the appearance of sth: The hills are scarred by quarries. + battle-scarred buildings
Collocation Dictionary
noun

ADJ.

deep, large, long | puckered | disfiguring, ugly, unsightly | permanent | emotional, mental, psychological
Her mental scars will take time to heal.

VERB + SCAR

leave | bear
(often figurative) The countryside still bears the scars of the recent hurricane.

SCAR + VERB

form | heal

SCAR + NOUN

tissue

PREP.

~ on
The cut left a permanent scar on his arm.



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