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sublime
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sublime /sə'blaim/
  • tính từ
    • hùng vĩ, uy nghi
      • sublime scenery: cảnh hùng vĩ
    • siêu phàm, tuyệt vời
      • sublime genius: tài năng siêu phàm
      • sublime beauty: sắc đẹp tuyệt vời
    • cao cả, cao siêu, cao thượng
      • sublime self-sacrifice: sự hy sinh cao cả
      • sublime ambition: tham vọng cao siêu
      • sublime love: tình yêu cao thượng
    • (giải phẫu) nông, không sâu
    • danh từ
      • cái hùng vĩ
      • cái siêu phàm
      • động từ
        • (như) sublimate
      Concise Dictionary
      sublimes|sublimed|sublimingsə'blaɪm
      verb
      +vaporize and then condense right back again
      +change or cause to change directly from a solid into a vapor without first melting
      adj.
      +inspiring awe
      +worthy of adoration or reverence
      +lifted up or set high
      +of high moral or intellectual value; elevated in nature or style

      Thesaurus Dictionary
      adj.
      1 lofty, high, supreme, exalted, elevated, empyrean or empyreal, heavenly, noble, glorious, grand, high-minded; honourable, ennobled, eminent, glorified, beatified, canonized, sanctified, great, good:
      Her poetry evokes sublime emotions.
      2 awesome, overwhelming, inspiring, mind-boggling, overpowering, humbling, awe-inspiring, majestic, splendid, empyrean:
      The architecture of the cathedral was truly sublime.
      Advanced English Dictionary
      adjective, noun
      + adjective
      1 (written) of very high quality and causing great admiration: sublime beauty + a sublime combination of flavours + The location of the hotel is sublime.
      2 (formal, often disapproving) (of a person's behaviour or attitudes) extreme, especially in a way that shows they are not aware of what they are doing or are not concerned about what happens because of it: the sublime confidence of youth + He battled on, in the sublime conviction that he was in the right.
      sublimely adverb: sublimely beautiful + She was sublimely unaware of the trouble she had caused. + He dances sublimely.
      sublimity noun [U]
      + noun (the sublime) [sing.] (written) something that is sublime: He transforms the most ordinary subject into the sublime.
      Idioms: from the sublime to the ridiculous used to describe a situation in which sth serious, important or of high quality is followed by sth silly, unimportant or of poor quality

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