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solid /'sɔlid/
  • tính từ
    • rắn, đặc
      • solid state: thể rắn
      • solid tire: lốp đặc
      • solid bank of cloud: đám mây dày đặc
      • a solid hour: một giờ có chất lượng
    • vững chắc, rắn chắc, chắc nịch
      • a solid house: nhà vững chắc
      • man of solid build: người rắn chắc
    • chắc chắn, có cơ sở, có thể tin cậy được, thật sự
      • to have solid grounds for supposing: có cơ sở vững chắc để cho rằng
      • solid arguments: những lý lẻ đanh thép
    • thuần nhất, thống nhất
      • of solid silver: toàn bằng bạc
      • solid colour: đồng màu
      • a solid vore: cuộc bỏ phiếu nhất trí
      • to go (be) solid for somebody: nhất trí ủng hộ ai
    • khối, có ba chiều, lập thể
      • solid meter: mét khối
      • solid angle: góc khối
      • solid geometry: hình học lập thể
    • (từ Mỹ,nghĩa Mỹ), (từ lóng) rất tốt, cừ, chiến
      • a solid dance band: một đội múa cừ
  • danh từ
    • thể rắn; vật rắn; chất rắn
    • thể khối
    • phó từ
      • nhất trí
        • to vote solid: bầu nhất trí
    Concise Dictionary
    solids|solider|solidest'sɑlɪd /'sɒl-
    noun
    +a substance that is solid at room temperature and pressure
    +the state in which a substance has no tendency to flow under moderate stress; resists forces (such as compression) that tend to deform it; and retains a definite size and shape
    +a three-dimensional shape
    adj.
    +of definite shape and volume; firm; neither liquid nor gaseous
    +characterized by good substantial quality
    +entirely of one substance with no holes inside
    +of one substance or character throughout
    +uninterrupted in space; having no gaps or breaks
    +providing abundant nourishment
    +of good quality and condition; solidly built
    +not soft or yielding to pressure
    +having three dimensions
    +incapable of being seen through
    +financially sound
    +of a substantial character and not frivolous or superficial
    +of the same color throughout
    +morally admirable
    +acting together as a single undiversified whole

    Thesaurus Dictionary
    adj.
    1 three-dimensional, cubic:
    The perspective drawing is a representation of a solid object.
    2 filled (in or up), packed, jammed, crowded, teeming, congested, crammed, swarming, compressed, concentrated, Colloq chock-a-block, jam-packed, chock-full:
    By the time I arrived, the gallery was solid with people.
    3 compact, firm, hard, stable; unshakeable or unshakable, unshaky, substantial, concrete, sturdy, sound, stout, strong:
    The vessel floated through the air before coming to rest on solid ground. His theories rest on a solid foundation.
    4 consistent, homogeneous, uniform, unalloyed, unmixed, pure, continuous, unbroken, real, authentic, true, genuine, 24-carat, unadulterated, Slang honest-to-God:
    This mountain seems to be solid iron all the way through. John gave me a solid gold necklace for my birthday.
    5 law-abiding, upstanding, upright, decent, stout, substantial, powerful, reliable, regular, steady, steadfast, stalwart, straight, estimable, sure, trusty, trustworthy, true-blue, worthy, dependable, sober:
    Mr Hart is one of the solid citizens of this town. He has always been a solid defender of the underdog.
    6 steady, stable, stalwart, dependable, sturdy, strong, substantial, sound, firm, well-built, well-constructed, well-made, tough, durable, rugged, stout:
    That chair is not solid enough for you to stand on.
    7 cogent, sound, concrete, weighty, proved, provable, valid, reasonable, sensible, rational, sober, well-founded, authoritative, indisputable, incontrovertible, irrefutable, incontestable, good, powerful, potent, forceful, convincing, persuasive:
    He presents a solid argument for a sales tax.
    8 firm, downright, vigorous, telling, effective, forceful, potent, powerful, mighty, dynamic, thorough, through-and-through, intensive:
    Jan struck a solid blow against the supporters of abortion.
    9 See solvent, 1, below.
    10 entire, complete, whole, continuous; uninterrupted, undivided, unbroken, unrelieved, blank, windowless:
    I had to wait at the dentist's for a solid hour. Around the park they erected a solid wall.
    Advanced English Dictionary
    adjective, noun
    + adjective
    not liquid / gas
    1 hard or firm; not in the form of a liquid or gas: The planet Jupiter may have no solid surface at all. + The boat bumped against a solid object. + She had refused all solid food. + It was so cold that the stream had frozen solid. + The boiler uses solid fuel.
    without holes or spaces
    2 having no holes or spaces inside; not hollow: They were drilling through solid rock. + The stores are packed solid (= very full and crowded) at this time of year.
    strong
    3 strong and made well: These chains seem fairly solid.
    reliable
    4 that you can rely on; having a strong basis: As yet, they have no solid evidence. + His advice was always solid and practical. + This provided a solid foundation for their marriage. + The Irish team were solid as a rock in defence.
    good but not special
    5 definitely good and steady but perhaps not excellent or special: 1999 was a year of solid achievement. + He's a solid player.
    material
    6 [only before noun] made completely of the material mentioned (that is, the material is not only on the surface): a solid gold bracelet
    period of time
    7 (informal) without a pause; continuous: The essay represents a solid week's work. + It rained for two hours solid this afternoon.
    colour
    8 of the colour mentioned and no other colour: One cat is black and white, the other solid black.
    shape
    9 (geometry) a shape that is solid has length, width and height and is not flat: A cube is a solid figure.
    in agreement
    10 in complete agreement; agreed on by everyone: The department was solid against the changes. + The strike was solid, supported by all the members.
    See also - ROCK SOLID
    + noun
    not liquid / gas
    1 a substance or an object that is solid, not a liquid or a gas: liquids and solids + The baby is not yet on solids (= eating solid food).
    shape
    2 (geometry) a shape which has length, width and height, such as a CUBE
    Collocation Dictionary
    adj

    1 hard and firm/not hollow

    VERBS

    be, feel, look, seem | become, go
    If you put it in the freezer, it will go solid.

    ADV.

    extremely, very | absolutely, completely | almost, practically | quite | enough
    The ice felt solid enough.
    | apparently, seemingly

    2 reliable and strong

    VERBS

    appear, be, look, seem | become | remain

    ADV.

    extremely, really, very | absolutely, rock
    Support for the plan remained rock solid.
    | fairly, pretty
    There is pretty solid evidence to show that the disease is caused by poor hygiene.


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