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English - Vietnamese Dictionary
uniform /'ju:nifɔ:m/
  • tính từ
    • đồng dạng, cùng một kiểu, giống nhau
      • of uniform length: cùng một chiều dài như nhau
    • không thay đổi, không biến hoá, đều
      • to keep at a uniform temperature: giữ ở một nhiệt độ không đổi
      • uniform movement: chuyển động đều
  • danh từ
    • đồng phục; (quân) quân phục
    • ngoại động từ
      • (quân sự) mặc quân phục
    Concise Dictionary
    uniforms'juːnɪfɔrm /-fɔːm
    noun
    +clothing of distinctive design worn by members of a particular group as a means of identification
    verb
    +provide with uniforms
    adj.
    +always the same; showing a single form or character in all occurrences
    +the same throughout in structure or composition
    +not differentiated
    +evenly spaced

    Thesaurus Dictionary
    adj.
    1 homogeneous, consistent, unvaried, unchanged, unaltered; unvarying, unchanging; invariable, unchangeable, unalterable, regimented, standard; ordered, orderly, equal, even, like, identical; alike:
    The mixture is uniform throughout. The rules are uniform for everyone. Line up in ten uniform rows of ten each.
    2 even, unbroken, smooth, regular, flat:
    Not one irregularity marred the uniform surface of the plain.
    n.
    3 livery, habit, regalia, costume, outfit; regimentals:
    When I next saw him, he was in the uniform of a Gestapo officer.
    Advanced English Dictionary
    noun, adjective
    + noun
    [C, U] the special set of clothes worn by all members of an organization or a group at work, or by children at school: a military / police / nurse's uniform + soldiers / sailors in uniform + The hat is part of the school uniform.
    + adjective
    not varying; the same in all parts and at all times: uniform rates of pay + The walls were a uniform grey. + Growth has not been uniform across the country. + uniform lines of terraced houses (= they all looked the same)
    uniformity noun [U, sing.]: They tried to ensure uniformity across the different departments. + the drab uniformity of the houses
    uniformly adverb: The principles were applied uniformly across all the departments. + The quality is uniformly high. + Pressure must be uniformly distributed over the whole surface.
    Collocation Dictionary
    noun

    ADJ.

    full | smart | regulation
    She was wearing the regulation uniform of tunic, hat and tie.
    | standard
    (figurative) They wore the standard uniform of the well-to-do American out of office hours.
    | traditional | dress
    a man in the full dress uniform of the US Marines
    | army, fireman's, military, naval, nurse's, prison, school, etc.

    PREP.

    in (a/the) ~
    The limousine was driven by a chauffeur in uniform. A man in a uniform stopped us entering.
    | out of ~
    a soldier out of uniform > Special page at CLOTHES



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