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treat /tri:t/
  • danh từ
    • sự đãi, sự thết đãi
      • this is to be my treat: để tôi thết, để tôi trả tiền (khi ăn...)
    • tiệc, buổi chiêu đãi
    • điều vui thích, điều thú vị, điều khoan khoái
      • it's a treat to hear her play the piano: thật là một điều vui thích được nghe cô ta chơi pianô
    • cuộc vui ngoài trời (cho thiếu nhi ở trường học)
    • to stand treat
      • (thông tục) thết đãi, bao (ăn, uống)
  • ngoại động từ
    • đối xử, đối đãi, cư xử, ăn ở
      • to treat someone well: đối xử tốt với ai
      • to be badly treated: bị xử tệ, bị bạc đãi
    • xem, xem như, coi như
      • he treated these words as a joke: anh ta coi những lời nói đó như trò đùa
    • thết, thết đãi
      • to treat someone to a good dinner: thết ai một bữa cơm ngon
    • mua (cử tri...) bằng cách thết đãi ăn uống
    • xét, nghiên cứu; giải quyết
      • to treat a subject thoroughly: xét kỹ lưỡng một vấn đề
    • chữa (bệnh), điều trị
      • he is being treated for nervous depression: anh ấy đang được điều trị về bệnh suy nhược thần kinh
    • (hoá học) xử lý
    • nội động từ
      • (+ of) bàn về, luận giải, nghiên cứu
        • the book treats of modern science: cuốn sách bàn về nền khoa học hiện đại
      • (+ with) điều đình, thương lượng
        • to treat with the adversary for peace: thương lượng với đối thủ để lập lại hoà bình
    Concise Dictionary
    treats|treated|treatingtrɪːt
    noun
    +something considered choice to eat
    +an occurrence that causes special pleasure or delight
    verb
    +interact in a certain way
    +subject to a process or treatment, with the aim of readying for some purpose, improving, or remedying a condition
    +provide treatment for
    +deal with verbally or in some form of artistic expression
    +provide with a gift or entertainment
    +provide with choice or abundant food or drink
    +engage in negotiations in order to reach an agreement
    +regard or consider in a specific way

    Thesaurus Dictionary
    v.
    1 handle, manage, behave or act toward(s), deal with; use:
    Why should we treat female employees any differently?
    2 handle, manage, deal with, discuss, touch on or upon, consider, take up, study, examine, explore, investigate, scrutinize, analyse, go into, probe, survey, expound (on), criticize, review, critique:
    That subject is treated in Chapter VI.
    3 nurse, doctor, attend, care for, look after, prescribe for, medicate:
    He is being treated for gallstones.
    4 entertain, take out, pay for, regale, play host to; wine and dine:
    Our visitors treated us when we went out to dinner yesterday.
    5 treat (someone) to (something). pay (the bill) for, buy (something) for:
    Edward treated us all to ice-cream.
    n.
    6 favour, gift, present, boon, bonus, premium, Colloq US and Canadian freebie:
    Put your money away - this is my treat.
    Advanced English Dictionary
    verb, noun
    + verb [VN]
    behave towards sb / sth
    1 ~ sb/sth (with / as / like sth) to behave in a particular way towards sb/sth: to treat people with respect / consideration / suspicion + Treat your keyboard with care and it should last for years. + My parents still treat me like a child. + He was treated as a hero on his release from prison.
    consider
    2 ~ sth as sth to consider sth in a particular way: I decided to treat his remark as a joke. + All cases involving children are treated as urgent.
    3 to deal with or discuss sth in a particular way: The question is treated in more detail in the next chapter.
    illness / injury
    4 to give medical care or attention to a person, an illness, an injury, etc: She was treated for sunstroke. + The condition is usually treated with drugs and a strict diet. + The hospital treated forty cases of malaria last year.
    use chemical
    5 ~ sth (with sth) to use a chemical substance or process to clean, protect, preserve, etc. sth: to treat crops with insecticide + wood treated with preservative
    pay for sth enjoyable
    6 ~ sb / yourself (to sth) to pay for sth that sb/you will enjoy and that you do not usually have or do: She treated him to lunch. + Don't worry about the cost-I'll treat you. + I'm going to treat myself to a new pair of shoes.
    treatable adjective: a treatable condition / infection
    Idioms: treat sb like dirt (informal) to treat sb with no respect at all: They treat their workers like dirt.
    Phrasal Verbs: treat sb to sth to entertain sb with sth special: The crowd were treated to a superb display of tennis.
    + noun
    something very pleasant and enjoyable, especially sth that you give sb or do for them: We took the kids to the zoo as a special treat. + You've never been to this area before? Then you're in for a real treat. + When I was young chocolate was a treat. + Let's go out for lunch-my treat (= I will pay).
    Idioms: a treat (BrE, informal) extremely well or good: His idea worked a treat (= was successful). + I don't know whether she can act but she looks a treat.
    more at TRICK n.
    Collocation Dictionary
    noun

    ADJ.

    great, real, special | little
    I like to give the girls a little treat every now and then.
    | occasional, rare | anniversary, birthday, Christmas, holiday | family | tasty
    Snails are a tasty treat for hedgehogs.

    VERB + TREAT

    give sb | deserve

    PREP.

    as/for a ~
    We took the kids to the zoo for a special treat.

    PHRASES

    be in for a treat/have a treat in store
    If their latest album is half as good as their last one, we've a real treat in store.

    verb

    1 handle sb/sth in a particular way

    ADV.

    equitably, fairly, humanely, kindly, leniently, sympathetically, well | abominably, badly, harshly, roughly, shabbily, unfairly, unjustly
    They treat their animals quite badly.
    | seriously
    These allegations are being treated very seriously indeed.
    | differently | separately

    VERB + TREAT

    tend to
    Parents still tend to treat boys differently from girls.

    PREP.

    as
    the tendency to treat older people as helpless and dependent
    | like
    Don't treat me like a child!
    | with
    He treated the idea with suspicion.

    PHRASES

    a tendency to treat sb/sth

    2 give sb medical treatment

    ADV.

    easily | successfully | surgically

    VERB + TREAT

    be difficult to | use sth to

    PREP.

    for
    She was treated for cuts and bruises.
    | with
    We can treat this condition quite successfully with antibiotics.

    3 use a substance to protect sth

    ADV.

    chemically
    Chemically treated hair can become dry and brittle.

    PREP.

    for
    You need to treat this wood for woodworm.
    | with
    The timber has been treated with chemicals to preserve it.



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