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English - Vietnamese Dictionary
version /'və:ʃn/
  • danh từ
    • bản dịch
      • the revised version of Lenin's works: bản dịch đã soát lại các tác phẩm của Lê-nin
    • (ngôn ngữ nhà trường) bài dịch
    • lối giải thích (theo một quan điểm riêng); sự kể lại, sự thuật lại, sự diễn tả
      • the two versions of the same incident: hai cách giải thích của một sự việc
      • your version on the affair: cách thuật lại của anh về việc ấy
    • (y học) thủ thuật xoay thai
Concise Dictionary
versions'vɜrʒn /'vɜːʃn
noun
+an interpretation of a matter from a particular viewpoint
+something a little different from others of the same type
+a written work (as a novel) that has been recast in a new form
+a written communication in a second language having the same meaning as the written communication in a first language
+a mental representation of the meaning or significance of something
+manual turning of a fetus in the uterus (usually to aid delivery)

Thesaurus Dictionary
n.
1 form, variant, variation, type, model, style, kind, variety, manifestation, portrayal, adaptation, rendition, interpretation, adaptation, construct, construction, conception, idea:
This is yet another modern designer's version of 1920s' and 1930s' art deco.
2 story, account, rendering, rendition, translation, interpretation, reading, understanding, view, side:
Simon's version of what happened is completely distorted.
Advanced English Dictionary
+ noun
1 a copy of sth that is slightly different from the original thing: the latest version of the Volkswagen Golf + the de-luxe / luxury version + The English version of the novel is due for publication next year.
2 a description of an event from the point of view of a particular person or group of people: She gave us her version of what had happened that day. + Their versions of how the accident happened conflict.
3 a film/movie, play, piece of music, etc. that is slightly different from the original film, etc. on which it is based: the film version of 'War and Peace' + the latest version of the software package
See also -, COVER VERSION
Collocation Dictionary
noun

1 sth based on sth else

ADJ.

current, latest, new, updated, up-to-date | early, initial, original, preliminary, prototype
an earlier version of this computer software
| later, subsequent | definitive, final
the final version of the architectural plans
| future
A future version of the camera is currently being developed.
| basic, standard | primitive, simplified | amended, enhanced, improved, modified, refined, revamped | advanced, complex, elaborate, sophisticated
a more advanced version of the initial concept
| high-performance | customized | de luxe, expensive, luxury | cheap, low-cost | miniature | enlarged | compact, cut-down, portable, scaled-down, small-scale | full-blown, full-length, full-size | French, French-language, etc.
the Japanese-language version of the software

VERB + VERSION

develop | bring out, create, come out/up with, introduce, launch, offer, present, produce, release, roll out, unveil
The company will roll out an enhanced version of its operating system in the new year.

VERSION + VERB

be out, come out
The new version comes out in June.
| be based on sth

2 play, film, book, piece of writing, etc.

ADJ.

draft, rough
Keep a copy of the rough version of your essay.
| abridged, condensed, short, simplified | unabridged, unsimplified | expanded | authorized, official
This is the official version of the painter's biography.
| unauthorized, unofficial | hardback, paperback | CD-ROM, electronic, interactive | French, French-language, etc. | film, movie, musical, screen, stage, television
The film version does not live up to the original novel.
| cover
(= of a song)The band does a lively cover version of ‘Johnny B. Goode’.

VERB + VERSION

do

PREP.

in a/the ~
The children read the novel in its abridged version.

3 way sth is seen/done by sb

ADJ.

accurate, faithful | full
Only one newspaper printed the full version of the speech.
| popular | extreme, radical | watered-down, weak
Theirs is a watered-down version of socialism.

VERB + VERSION

give sb
She agreed to give her version of events to journalists.



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