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trail /treil/
  • danh từ
    • vạch, vệt dài
      • a trail of blood: một vệt máu dài
      • a trail of light: một vệt sáng
    • vết, dấu vết
      • the trail of a snail: vết của một con ốc sên
      • hot on the trail: theo sát, theo riết, không rời dấu vết
    • đường, đường mòn
    • (thiên văn học) đuôi, vệt
      • the trail of a meteor: đuôi một sao băng
    • (nghĩa bóng) vết chân, đường đi
      • on the trail of...: theo vết chân của..., theo đường của...
    • at the trail
      • (quân sự) xách súng lõng thõng (thân súng song song với mặt đất)
  • ngoại động từ
    • kéo, kéo lê
      • the child trails his toy: đứa bé kéo lê cái đồ chơi
    • theo dấu vết, đuổi theo dấu vết, lùng, truy nã
      • to trail a tiger: đuổi theo dấu vết một con hổ
      • to trail a murderer: truy nã một kẻ giết người
    • mở một con đường mòn (trong rừng)
    • nội động từ
      • lê, quét
        • her skirt trailed along the ground: váy cô ta quét đất
      • bò; leo (cây)
        • the roses trailed over the cottage door: những cây hồng leo lan ra trùm lên cửa túp nhà tranh
      • đi kéo lê, lết bước
        • to trail along: bước một cách nặng nề, lê bước
        • to trail behind someone: lê bước tụt lại đằng sau ai
      • to trail arms
        • (quân sự) xách súng lõng thõng (thân súng song song với mặt đất)
      • to trail one's coat-tails
        • kiếm chuyện, gây sự cãi nhau
    Concise Dictionary
    trails|trailed|trailingtreɪl
    noun
    +a track or mark left by something that has passed
    +a path or track roughly blazed through wild or hilly country
    +evidence pointing to a possible solution
    verb
    +to lag or linger behind
    +go after with the intent to catch
    +move, proceed, or walk draggingly or slowly
    +hang down so as to drag along the ground
    +drag loosely along a surface; allow to sweep the ground

    Thesaurus Dictionary
    n.
    1 (beaten) path, way, footpath, route, way, track, course:
    There is a well-worn trail through the wood.
    2 track, spoor, scent, smell, trace, footsteps, footprints, path, wake:
    The trail of the elephant herd was quite easy to follow.
    3 See train, 2, below:
    She was always followed by a trail of admirers.
    v.
    4 tow, draw, drag (along), haul, pull, tag along, trawl, bring along (behind), carry along (behind):
    We were moving slowly because we were trailing a dinghy.
    5 drag, pull, move, be drawn, stream, sweep, dangle:
    I heard the whisper of silken gowns trailing across Persian carpets.
    6 lag (behind), dawdle, loiter, linger, follow, straggle, bring up the rear, hang back, fall or drop behind:
    Our team was trailing three-five in the final.
    7 follow, pursue, dog, trace, shadow, stalk, track, chase, hunt, Colloq tail:
    We trailed the suspect to Victoria Station, where we lost him.
    8 trail off or away. diminish, decrease, fade away or out, disappear, dwindle, lessen, die out or away, peter out, subside, taper off, weaken, grow faint or dim:
    As they drove away, the noise of their blasting radio trailed off.


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