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English - Vietnamese Dictionary
volume /'vɔljum/
  • danh từ
    • quyển, tập
      • a work in three volumes: một tác phẩm gồm ba tập
    • khối
    • dung tích, thể tích
    • (vật lý) âm lượng
    • (số nhiều) làn, đám, cuộn (khói, mây...)
      • volumes of smoke: cuộn khói
    • to speak (tell, express) volumes for
      • nói lên một cách hùng hồn, chứng minh một cách hùng hồn
Concise Dictionary
volumes'vɑljəm /'vɒljuːm
+the amount of 3-dimensional space occupied by an object
+the property of something that is great in magnitude
+physical objects consisting of a number of pages bound together
+a publication that is one of a set of several similar publications
+a relative amount
+the magnitude of sound (usually in a specified direction)

Thesaurus Dictionary
1 amount, quantity, supply, mass, bulk, abundance, sum total, aggregate:
The volume of ore from the mine created a pile hundreds of feet high. Her volume of output is greater than yours and mine together.
2 capacity, size, measure:
The volume of this bottle is not more than a litre.
3 loudness:
Turn down the volume on that ghetto-blaster.
4 book, tome:
I bought a twenty-volume set of Dickens.
Advanced English Dictionary
+ noun
1 [U, C] the amount of space that an object or a substance fills; the amount of space that a container has: How do you measure the volume of a gas? + jars of different volumes + Wait until the dough doubles in volume before kneading it again.
2 [C, U] the amount of sth: the sheer volume (= large amount) of business + This work has grown in volume recently. + New roads are being built to cope with the increased volume of traffic. + Sales volumes fell 0.2% in June.
3 [U] the amount of sound that is produced by a television, radio, etc: to turn the volume up / down + the volume control on the television
4 [C] (abbreviation vol.) a book, especially one that is part of a series of books: an encyclopedia in 20 volumes
5 [C] (formal) a book: a library of over 50 000 volumes + a slim volume of poetry
6 [C] (abbreviation vol.) a series of different ISSUES of the same magazine, especially all the ISSUES for one year: 'New Scientist' volume 142, number 3
Idioms see SPEAK
Collocation Dictionary

1 amount of space


the total volume of the containers


by ~
They sell screws and nails by volume.
| in ~
2 litres in volume

2 quantity of sth


The sheer volume of fiction produced is staggering.
| considerable, enormous, great, heavy, high, huge, large, substantial, vast | small


increase | decrease, reduce | double/grow//increase/rise in
Sales have doubled in volume.
| decrease/fall in


double, increase, rise
Sales volume has doubled since 1999.
| decrease, fall

3 strength of sound that sth makes


high | full, maximum | low


increase, turn up | decrease, turn down | grow/increase/rise in | decrease/fall in


the volume control on the television


at … ~
The car stereo was on at full volume.

4 book


bound, leather-bound
a library full of bound volumes
| companion
a companion volume to the one on African wildlife
| rare
Only a specialist shop would have this rare volume.
| bulky, massive, substantial, thick, weighty | compact, slim | glossy
a forty-page, glossy volume about the company's products
| dusty | old | single | separate






in a/the ~
Her poems are now available in a single volume.
| ~ of
a volume of short stories
| ~ on
a volume on ancient history


run to five, several, etc. volumes
The encyclopedia is a huge work, running to 20 volumes.

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