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trump /trʌmp/
  • danh từ
    • (từ cổ,nghĩa cổ), (thơ ca) kèn trompet
    • tiếng kèn
      • the last trump; the trump of doom: tiếng kèn báo ngày tận thế
  • danh từ
    • lá bài chủ
      • a trump card: quân bai chủ
      • to play a trump card: chơi lá bài chủ ((nghĩa đen) & (nghĩa bóng))
      • to hold all the trumps: nắm được tất cả bài chủ trong tay; (nghĩa bóng) nắm được tất cả những yếu tố thắng lợi trong tay
    • (thông tục) người tốt; người cừ; người giàu có; người hào phóng
    • to put someone to his trumps
      • làm cho ai bí, (lúng túng, quẫn lên); dồn ai đến bước đường cùng
    • to turn up trumps
      • may mắn, đỏ
    • thành công quá sự mong đợi
    • ngoại động từ
      • cắt bằng quân bài chủ
      • nội động từ
        • chơi bài chủ (đen & bóng)
        • to trump up
          • bịa ra để đánh lừa, bày đặt để đánh lừa
      Advanced English Dictionary
      noun, verb
      + noun
      1 (also trump card) [C] (in some card games) a card that belongs to the SUIT (= one of the four sets in a pack/deck of cards) that has been chosen for a particular game to have a higher value than the other three suits: I played a trump and won the trick.
      2 (trumps) [U+sing./pl. v.] (in some card games) the SUIT that has been chosen for a particular game to have a higher value than the other three suits: What's trumps? + Clubs are trumps.
      Idioms: come up / turn up trumps to do what is necessary to make a particular situation successful, especially when this is sudden or unexpected: I didn't honestly think he'd pass the exam but he came up trumps on the day. + Just when we thought there was no hope, my parents turned up trumps with a large loan.
      + verb [VN]
      1 ~ sth (with sth) (in some card games) to play a trump card that beats sb else's card
      2 to beat sth that sb says or does by saying or doing sth even better: They were trumped by another firm that made a lower bid.
      Phrasal Verbs: trump sth<->up to make up a false story about sb/sth, especially accusing them of doing sth wrong: She was arrested on a trumped-up charge.
      Collocation Dictionary

      TRUMP + NOUN

      (often figurative) Vienna's trump cards include concerts in the palaces where Mozart made music.
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      More information about PLAYING CARD


      cards two, three, etc. of ~s
      the four of hearts

      jack, queen, king, ace of ~s
      the ace of spades

      high, low ~
      a low club

      black, red ~
      You can't put a red five on a red six.

      pick up, take ~
      Why didn't you pick up the king?

      have, hold ~
      He knew his opponents held only spades and diamonds.

      lay/put down, play ~
      She put down a joker.

      lead ~
      You should have led a high spade.

      draw ~
      Use your ace and king to draw the trumps.

      trump ~
      He trumped my ace!

      ~ be trumps/wild/high
      Spades are trumps. Let's play again. This time twos are wild, aces high.

      ~ trick (
      in games like bridge and whist
      We needed to take three more spade tricks.

      on a/the ~
      You can play either a nine or a jack on a ten.

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