English - Vietnamese Dictionary
south /sauθ/Concise Dictionary
- danh từ
- hướng nam, phương nam, phía nam
- tính từ
- South Vietnam: miền Nam Việt nam
- south wind: gió nam
- phó từ
- về hướng nam; ở phía nam
- to go south: đi về hướng nam
- this house faces south: nhà này quay về hướng nam
- nội động từ
- đi qua đường kinh (kinh tuyến) (mặt trăng...)
saʊθAdvanced English Dictionary
+the region of the United States lying south of the Mason-Dixon line
+the southern states that seceded from the United States in 1861
+the cardinal compass point that is at 180 degrees
+any region lying in or toward the south
+situated in or facing or moving toward or coming from the south
+in a southern direction
noun, adjective, adverb
+ noun [U, sing.] (abbreviation S)
1 (usually the south) the direction that is on your right when you watch the sun rise; one of the four main points of the COMPASS: Which way is south? + warmer weather coming from the south + He lives to the south of (= further south than) the city.
Compare: EAST, NORTH, WEST
2 (the south, the South) the southern part of a country, a region or the world: birds flying to the south for the winter + They bought a villa in the South of France. + Houses are less expensive in the North than in the South (= of England).
3 (the South) the southern states of the US
See also - THE DEEP SOUTH
4 (the South) the poorer countries in the southern half of the world
+ adjective (abbreviation S, So.) [only before noun]
1 in or towards the south: South Wales + They live on the south coast.
2 a south wind blows from the south
towards the south: This room faces south.
Idioms: down south (informal) to or in the south, especially of England: They've gone to live down south.
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