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English - Vietnamese Dictionary
spray /sprei/
  • danh từ
    • cành nhỏ (có hoa)
      • a spray of peach-tree: cành đào
    • cành thoa
      • a spray of diamonds: cành thoa kim cương
    • bụi nước (ở sóng tung lên, hoặc ở bình bơm phun ra...)
    • chất bơm, thuốc bơm (nước hoa, thuốc trừ sâu...)
    • (từ Mỹ,nghĩa Mỹ) bình bơm (nước hoa, thuốc trừ sâu...)
    • cái tung ra như bụi nước
      • a spray of fireworks: pháo hoa tung ra
  • ngoại động từ
    • bơm, phun (thuốc trừ sâu...)
Concise Dictionary
sprays|sprayed|sprayingspreɪ
noun
+a pesticide in suspension or solution; intended for spraying
+a dispenser that turns a liquid (such as perfume) into a fine mist
+a quantity of small objects flying through the air
+flower arrangement consisting of a single branch or shoot bearing flowers and foliage
+water in small drops in the atmosphere; blown from waves or thrown up by a waterfall
+a jet of vapor
verb
+be discharged in sprays of liquid
+scatter in a mass or jet of droplets
+cover by spraying with a liquid

Thesaurus Dictionary
v.
1 sprinkle, spatter, scatter, shower, disperse, diffuse, atomize, spread:
Try to spray the insecticide evenly over the plants.
n.
2 shower, sprinkling, drizzle, mist, sprinkle, spindrift or spoondrift:
The strong wind carried the spray from the whitecaps right up into the streets of the town.
3 atomizer, sprayer, sprinkler, vaporizer, aerosol:
Richard bought me a cologne spray for Mother's Day.
n.
flower or floral arrangement, nosegay, posy, bouquet, sprig, branch, bough:
The scores of tiny roses were interspersed with sprays of baby's-breath.
Advanced English Dictionary
noun, verb
+ noun
1 [U, C] very small drops of a liquid that are sent through the air, for example by the wind: sea spray + A cloud of fine spray came up from the waterfall. + (figurative) a spray of machine-gun bullets
2 [U, C] (especially in compounds) a substance that is forced out of a container such as an AEROSOL, in very small drops: a can of insect spray (= used to kill insects) + body spray
See also - HAIRSPRAY
3 [C] a device or container, for example, an AEROSOL, that you use to apply liquid in fine drops: I need a new throat spray. + It's better to buy a non-aerosol spray. + Use a spray to apply the weedkiller.
4 [C] an act of applying liquid to sth in very small drops: I'll just give the plants a quick spray.
5 [C] a small branch of a tree or plant, with its leaves and flowers or berries, that you use for decoration
6 [C] an attractive arrangement of flowers or jewels, that you wear: a spray of orchids
+ verb
1 ~ sth (on / onto / over sb/sth)
~ sb/sth (with sth) to cover sb/sth with very small drops of a liquid that are forced out of a container or sent through the air: [VN] Spray the conditioner onto your wet hair. + The crops are regularly sprayed with pesticide. + [VN-ADJ] She's had the car sprayed blue. + [V] Champagne sprayed everywhere.
2 ~ sb/sth (with sth) to cover sb/sth with a lot of small things with a lot of force: [VN] The gunman sprayed the building with bullets. + [V] Pieces of glass sprayed all over the room.
3 [V] (especially of a male cat) to leave small amounts of URINE to mark its own area
Collocation Dictionary
noun

ADJ.

fine, light | salt, sea

QUANT.

cloud, plume
The boat sent a cloud of spray up behind it.

VERB + SPRAY

send (up), throw (up)

SPRAY + VERB

fly (up)
Spray flew up onto the rocks.

PREP.

~ of
a spray of salt water



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