English - Vietnamese Dictionary
son /sʌn/Concise Dictionary
- danh từ
- con trai
- son and heir: con trai cả, con thừa tự
- he his father's son: nó thật xứng là con cha nó, nó giống cha nó
- người con, người dân (một nước)
- Vietnam's sons: những người con của nước Việt nam
- every mother's son x mother son of a gun
- son of the soil
- người ở vùng này, người trong vùng; người trong nước
sonssʌnAdvanced English Dictionary
+a male human offspring
+the divine word of God; the second person in the Trinity (incarnate in Jesus)
+ nounCollocation Dictionary
1 [C] a person's male child: We have two sons and a daughter. + They have three grown-up sons. + He's the son of an Oxford professor. + Maine & Sons, Grocers (= the name of a company on a sign)
2 [sing.] (spoken, informal) a friendly form of address that is used by an older man to a young man or boy: Well, son, how can I help you?
3 [C] (literary) a man who belongs to a particular place or country, etc: one of France's most famous sons
4 (my son) (spoken, formal) used by a priest to address a boy or man
5 (the Son) [sing.] Jesus Christ as the second member of the TRINITY: the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit
Idioms see FATHER n., FAVOURITE adj., PRODIGAL
baby, newborn | little, small, young | teenage | grown-up | only | eldest, first-born, middle, oldest, youngest | elder, younger | illegitimate, legitimate | dutiful, good | fine, strong
The queen bore him four fine sons.
| long-lost, prodigal
They welcomed me like a long-lost son.
| married, unmarried
VERB + SON
They've got three young sons.
give birth to | bring up
Living alone and trying to bring up a young son is no easy task.
SON + VERB
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