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tube /tju:b/
  • danh từ
    • ống
      • steel tube: ống thép
    • săm (ô tô...) ((cũng) inner tube)
    • tàu điện ngầm
    • rađiô ống điện tử
    • (thực vật học) ống tràng (của hoa)
    • ngoại động từ
      • đặt ống; gắn ống (vào nồi hơi)
      • làm cho thành hình ống, gò thành ống
    Concise Dictionary
    tubestuːb /tju-
    noun
    +conduit consisting of a long hollow object (usually cylindrical) used to hold and conduct objects or liquids or gases
    +electronic device consisting of a system of electrodes arranged in an evacuated glass or metal envelope
    +a hollow cylindrical shape
    +(anatomy) any hollow cylindrical body structure
    +an electric railway operating below the surface of the ground (usually in a city)
    verb
    +provide with a tube or insert a tube into
    +convey in a tube
    +ride or float on an inflated tube
    +place or enclose in a tube

    Advanced English Dictionary
    + noun
    pipe
    1 [C] a long hollow pipe made of metal, plastic, rubber, etc., through which liquids or gases move from one place to another
    See also - CATHODE RAY TUBE, INNER TUBE, TEST TUBE
    2 [C] a hollow object in the shape of a pipe or tube: a bike's inner tube + the cardboard tube from the centre of a toilet roll
    container
    3 [C] ~ (of sth) a long narrow container made of soft metal or plastic, with a lid, used for holding thick liquids that can be squeezed out of it: a tube of toothpaste
    part of body
    4 [C] a part inside the body that is shaped like a tube and through which air, liquid, etc. passes: bronchial tubes + The oesophagus is the tube leading from the throat to the stomach.
    See also - FALLOPIAN TUBES
    underground railway
    5 (the tube) [sing.] (BrE) the underground railway system in London: a tube station / train + We came by tube. + She caught the wrong tube (= tube train). - UNDERGROUND
    television
    6 (the tube) [sing.] (AmE, informal) the television
    in ear
    7 [C] (AmE) = GROMMET
    Idioms: go down the tube / tubes (informal) (of a plan, company, situation, etc.) to fail: The education system is going down the tubes.
    Collocation Dictionary
    noun

    1 long hollow pipe

    ADJ.

    fine, narrow, thin | broad | hollow | flexible | closed, sealed | inner
    (= in a bicycle tyre)
    | fluorescent
    (= a kind of light)
    | aluminium, cardboard, copper, glass, metal, plastic, steel | discharge, drainage, suction | test | breathing, feeding, ventilation | capillary, bronchial, Fallopian, neural

    PREP.

    down a/the ~
    pouring the liquid down the tube
    | in/into a/the ~
    I put the poster back into its tube.
    | through a/the ~
    He gave the lamb its food through a tube.
    | up a ~ 2 the tube
    the Underground

    ADJ.

    London

    VERB + TUBE

    go on, take, travel by/on

    TUBE + NOUN

    line, station, ticket, train

    PREP.

    by ~
    I go to work by tube.
    | on the ~
    I bumped into him on the tube.



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