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uses
English - Vietnamese Dictionary
use /ju:s/
  • danh từ
    • sự dùng; cách dùng
      • to put to use: đưa ra dùng
      • in common use: thường dùng
      • in use: được dùng, thông dụng
      • out of use: không dùng nữa
    • quyền dùng, quyền sử dụng
      • to have the use of something: được quyền dùng cái gì
    • năng lực sử dụng
      • to lose the use of one's eyes: mất năng lực sử dụng con mắt
    • thói quen, tập quán
      • in these cases use is the best guide: trong những trường hợp này theo thói quen là tốt nhất
    • sự có ích; ích lợi
      • to be of use for: có ích cho, dùng được cho
      • to have no further use for: không dùng làm gì nữa, không cần đến nữa
    • (tôn giáo) lễ nghi
    • (pháp lý) quyền hoa lợi
    • ngoại động từ
      • dùng, sử dụng
        • to use something: dùng vật gì
        • to be used for: được dùng để
      • dùng, áp dụng, lợi dụng
        • to use every means: dùng đủ mọi cách
        • to use one's opportunities: lợi dụng c hội
        • to use someone: lợi dụng ai
      • tiêu dùng, tiêu thụ
        • to use up all one's provisions: dùng hết lưng ăn để dành
      • đối xử, đối đ i, ăn ở
        • use others as you would have them use you: h y đối xử người khác như mình muốn họ đối xử với mình
      • (chỉ thời quá khứ) trước kia có thói quen, trước kia hay
        • it used to be said that: trước kia người ta thường nói rằng
        • there used to be a house here: trước kia ở đây có một ngôi nhà
        • he usedn't to drink; (mỹ) he didn't use to drink: trước kia nó không quen uống rượu
      • to use up
        • dùng cho đến hết tiệt
      • tận dụng (những cái còn thừa)
      • dùng cho đến kiệt sức (người, ngựa)
    Concise Dictionary
    uses|used|usingjuːs
    noun
    +the act of using
    +a particular service
    +what something is used for
    +(economics) the utilization of economic goods to satisfy needs or in manufacturing
    +a pattern of behavior acquired through frequent repetition
    +(law) the exercise of the legal right to enjoy the benefits of owning property
    +exerting shrewd or devious influence especially for one's own advantage
    verb
    +put into service; make work or employ (something) for a particular purpose or for its inherent or natural purpose
    +take or consume (regularly or habitually)
    +seek or achieve an end by using to one's advantage
    +use up, consume fully
    +avail oneself to
    +habitually do something (use only in the past tense)

    Thesaurus Dictionary
    v.
    1 employ, make use of, put into practice or operation, practise, utilize, exercise, bring into play, have recourse to, resort to, put or press into service, put to use, avail (oneself) of; say, utter, speak:
    If you use a hammer you might damage the surface. Why do you have to use bad language?
    2 capitalize on, turn to account, profit by or from, exploit, utilize, make use of, take advantage of, manipulate, manoeuvre, handle, abuse, misuse, play, work:
    She used her smile to lure men on. Dorothy never forgave Conrad for the way he used her and her contacts to get his job.
    3 consume, eat, drink, smoke, take, partake of, ingest, inject, Slang shoot (up):
    He has never used a habit-forming substance.
    4 consume, buy, purchase, employ, utilize:
    Which kind of detergent do you use?
    5 use up. consume, exhaust, expend, run through, run out of, deplete; waste, squander, fritter away, pour down the drain, throw away:
    He used up all the toothpaste. She used up her entire inheritance gambling.
    n.
    6 usage, application, employment, utilization; using:
    The use of unleaded fuel is recommended.
    7 function, utility, application; advantage, benefit, good, service, interest, profit, avail:
    What's the use of a radio that doesn't work?
    8 wear (and tear), utilization, treatment, usage, handling:
    Long use has worn the workbench smooth.
    9 usability, usefulness, utility, utilization, usage, function, functioning, service(s), serviceability, power:
    He lost the use of his right arm in an accident at work.
    10 licence, permission, permit, privilege:
    We paid a high fee for the use of this parking space.
    11 consumption, purchases, buying, acquisition:
    The use of cigarettes has diminished in the last decade.
    12 advantage, purpose, point, end, object, reason, basis, ground:
    I have tried to help him overcome his habit, but what's the use? Many are the uses of adversity.
    13 demand, need, necessity, urgency, exigency:
    The world has as much use for art as for engineering.
    14 See usage, 1, above.
    15 have no use for. execrate, detest, abhor, hate, despise, scorn, contemn, spurn, reject, dislike:
    We have no use for cowards in this regiment.


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