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suppress
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English - Vietnamese Dictionary
suppress /sə'pres/
  • ngoại động từ
    • chặn (bệnh); triệt (tiếng ồn)
    • đàn áp
      • to suppress a rebellion: đàn áp một cuộc nổi loạn
    • bỏ, cấm, cấm hoạt động
      • to suppress a fascist association: cấm một tổ chức phát xít
    • nín, nén, cầm lại
      • to suppress a laugh: nín cười
    • giữ kín; lấp liếm, ỉm đi
      • to suppress evidence: giữ kín chứng cớ; lấp liếm chứng cớ
      • to suppress a book: ỉm một quyển sách đi (không có phát hành); thu hồi một cuốn sách
    • to suppress one's conscience
      • làm im tiếng nói của lương tâm
Concise Dictionary
suppresses|suppressed|suppressingsə'pres
verb
+to put down by force or authority
+come down on or keep down by unjust use of one's authority
+control and refrain from showing; of emotions
+keep under control; keep in check
+put out of one's consciousness

Thesaurus Dictionary
v.
1 end, discontinue, cut off, cease, stop, terminate, put an end to, halt, prohibit, preclude, prevent, repress, censor, forbid, interdict, block, obstruct, withhold, stifle, inhibit, hinder, arrest:
They have been unable to suppress the publication of the book.
2 put down, quell, crush, squelch, quash, subdue, check, stamp out, snuff out, smother, extinguish, quench, crack down on:
The uprising was suppressed with the shooting of the students.
3 keep down, control, keep under control, keep or hold in check, restrain, hold in or back, repress, cover up, conceal, hide, keep quiet or secret, mute, muffle, quiet, silence:
Objections to the guest speaker were suppressed at the request of the university's chancellor.
Advanced English Dictionary
+ verb [VN]
1 (usually disapproving) (of a government, ruler, etc.) to put an end, often by force, to a group or an activity that is believed to threaten authority: The rebellion was brutally suppressed.
2 (usually disapproving) to prevent sth from being published or made known: The police were accused of suppressing vital evidence.
3 to prevent yourself from having or expressing a feeling or an emotion: to suppress a smile / yawn / shiver + She was unable to suppress her anger. + He had suppressed the painful memories of his childhood.
4 to prevent sth from growing, developing or continuing: drugs that suppress the appetite
Collocation Dictionary
verb

1 stop sth by using force

ADV.

bloodily, brutally, ruthlessly, vigorously, violently
A pro-democracy uprising was brutally suppressed.

VERB + SUPPRESS

attempt to, seek to, try to | use sth to
using violence to suppress opposition

PHRASES

an attempt to suppress sth

2 stop sth from being seen/known

ADV.

completely | effectively
The medication effectively suppressed the pain.
| deliberately
This information had been deliberately suppressed.
| systematically

VERB + SUPPRESS

attempt to, seek to, try to

PHRASES

an attempt to suppress sth

3 stop yourself doing/expressing sth

ADV.

firmly | hardly
He could hardly suppress his surprise.
| instantly
The disloyal thought was instantly suppressed.
| quickly

VERB + SUPPRESS

be unable to, cannot/could not
She was unable to suppress a giggle.
| try to | manage to | be hard to

PHRASES

barely suppressed
Her face was charged with barely suppressed anger.



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