English - Vietnamese Dictionary
statement /'steitmənt/Concise Dictionary
- danh từ
- sự bày tỏ, sự trình bày, sự phát biểu
- to require clearer statement: cần được trình bày rõ ràng hơn nữa
- lời tuyên bố; bản tuyên bố
- a well-founded statement: lời tuyên bố có cơ sở
- joint statement: bản tuyên bố chung
+a message that is stated or declared; a communication (oral or written) setting forth particulars or facts etc
+a fact or assertion offered as evidence that something is true
+(music) the presentation of a musical theme
+a nonverbal message
+the act of affirming or asserting or stating something
+(computer science) a line of code written as part of a computer program
+a document showing credits and debits
Advanced English Dictionary
assertion, allegation, declaration, expression, report, account, affirmation, asseveration, averral, announcement, annunciation, proclamation, utterance, communication, communiqué, disclosure:
Your statement is subject to interpretation. He made a long and detailed statement about the future of the project.
noun, verbCollocation Dictionary
1 [C] something that you say or write that gives information or an opinion: Are the following statements true or false? + Your statement is misleading. + Is that a statement or a question? + The play makes a strong political statement.
2 [C] ~ (on / about sth) a formal or official account of facts or opinions: a public / a written / an official statement + A government spokesperson made a statement to the press. + The prime minister is expected to issue a statement on the policy change this afternoon. + The police asked me to make a statement (= a written account of facts concerning a crime, used in court if legal action follows).
3 [C] a printed record of money paid, received, etc: The directors are responsible for preparing the company's financial statements. + My bank sends me monthly statements.
See also - BANK STATEMENT
4 [C] (in Britain) an official report on a child's special needs made by a local education authority: a statement of special educational needs
5 [U] (formal) the act of stating or expressing sth in words: When writing instructions, clarity of statement is the most important thing.
+ verb [VN] [often passive] (in Britain) to officially decide and report that a child has special needs for his or her education: statemented children
Saunder's lawyer made a brief statement to the press outside the court.
| bald, blunt, flat
His bald statement that he'd resigned concealed his anxiety about the situation.
| comprehensive, definitive, detailed, full | explicit
An explicit statement of objectives is vital before the project begins.
| clear, simple | bold, firm, positive, strong | explanatory | false, inaccurate, misleading | sweeping
She made one of her sweeping statements about foreigners.
The two heads of state issued a joint statement.
| formal, government, official, public | political
They decided to make a political statement by refusing to vote.
| oral, signed, sworn, written
VERB + STATEMENT
issue, put out, release | give, make
He admitted giving a false statement to the police.
The police will take a statement from each of you.
| withdraw | deny
in a/the ~
In a statement released today, the Department of Health said …
| ~ about
The clothes you wear are a statement about yourself.
| ~ on
a statement on human rights
| ~ to
He's trying to withdraw the statement he made to Parliament last week.
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