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uncle
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English - Vietnamese Dictionary
uncle /'ʌɳkl/
  • danh từ
    • chú; bác; cậu; dượng
    • bác (tiếng xưng với người có tuổi)
    • (thông tục) người có hiệu cầm đồ
    • Uncle Sam
      • chú Xam (Hoa kỳ)
    • to talk like a Dutch uncle
      • (xem) Dutch
Concise Dictionary
uncles'ʌŋkl
noun
+the brother of your father or mother; the husband of your aunt
+a source of help and advice and encouragement

Advanced English Dictionary
+ noun
1 the brother of your mother or father; the husband of your aunt: Uncle Ian + I'm going to visit my uncle. + I've just become an uncle (= because your brother / sister has had a baby).
2 used by children, with a first name, to address a man who is a close friend of their parents
Idioms see BOB
Collocation Dictionary
noun

ADJ.

benevolent, kindly
The boss smiled at us all like a benevolent uncle.
| bachelor | maternal, paternal | great
(= the brother of one of your grandparents)



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