English - Vietnamese Dictionary
venom /'venəm/Concise Dictionary
- danh từ
- (nghĩa bóng) sự độc ác, sự nham nhiểm, sự ác ý
- tongue full of venom: miệng lưỡi độc ác
+toxin secreted by animals; secreted by certain snakes and poisonous insects (e.g., spiders and scorpions)
+feeling a need to see others suffer
Advanced English Dictionary
1 poison, toxin:
The snakes are 'milked' of their venom, which is collected for research in antitoxins and pharmaceuticals.
2 malice, maliciousness, malevolence, ill will, malignity, animosity, hate, hatred, hostility, antagonism, spite, spitefulness, spleen, rancour, bitterness, embitteredness, gall, poison, poisonousness, virulence:
Vinnie was totally unprepared for the venom of the attack.
+ noun [U]Collocation Dictionary
1 the poisonous liquid that some snakes, spiders, etc. produce when they bite or sting you
2 (written) strong bitter feeling; hatred and a desire to hurt sb: His voice was full of venom. + a look of pure venom
Idioms see SPIT v.
1 poisonous fluid from a snake, etc.
deadly | snake, spider, etc.
VENOM + VERB
The snake injects the venom immediately after biting its prey.
VENOM + NOUN
2 extreme anger or hatred
pure, real, undisguised
a look of pure venom
VERB + VENOM
She surveyed him coldly with eyes that spat venom.
She said it quickly and with venom.
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