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English - Vietnamese Dictionary
umbrella /ʌm'brelə/
  • danh từ
    • ô, dù; lọng
      • to put up one's umbrella: gương dù lên
    • (nghĩa bóng) cai ô bảo vệ (về mặt chính trị); sự bảo vệ
    • màn yểm hộ (bằng máy bay chiến đấu)
    • lưới đạn che (để chống máy bay địch)
    • (động vật học) dù (của con sửa)
Concise Dictionary
+a lightweight handheld collapsible canopy
+a formation of military planes maintained over ground operations or targets
+having the function of uniting a group of similar things
+covering or applying simultaneously to a number of similar items or elements or groups
Thesaurus Dictionary
1 parasol; Colloq chiefly Brit gamp, Brit brolly, US bumbershoot:
You will need an umbrella today.
2 protection, cover, coverage, aegis, shield, screen, patronage, agency:
What benefits are included under the umbrella of this policy?
Advanced English Dictionary
+ noun
1 (also BrE informal brolly) an object with a folding circular frame of metal rods covered with material, that you use to protect yourself from the rain or from hot sun: I put up my umbrella. + colourful beach umbrellas + a rolled / furled umbrella + an umbrella stand
2 a thing that contains or includes many different parts or elements: Many previously separate groups are now operating under the umbrella of a single authority. + an umbrella organization / group / fund + 'Contact sports' is an umbrella term for a variety of different sports.
3 (written) a country or system that protects people: For decades the United States with its nuclear weapons was the umbrella for the western world.
Collocation Dictionary


furled, rolled | beach, sun | golf | nuclear, protective
(both figurative) the American nuclear umbrella over Western Europe


open, put up, unfurl | let down
She let down her umbrella and furled it.
| fold, furl


stand | body, group, organization
(all figurative) an umbrella group including members of opposition parties
| heading, name, term, title, word
(all figurative) ‘Herb’ is an umbrella term covering many types of plant.


under an/the ~
She was fast asleep under a big beach umbrella. (figurative) The two sectors combined under the umbrella of the Scottish Council.

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