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English - Vietnamese Dictionary
whole /houl/
  • tính từ
    • bình an vô sự, không suy suyển, không hư hỏng
      • to escape with a whole skin: thoát khỏi mà bình an vô sự
      • to come back whole: trở về bình an vô sự
    • đầy đủ, nguyên vẹn, nguyên chất, trọn vẹn, toàn bộ
      • my whole energy: toàn bộ nghị lực của tôi
      • to swallow it whole: nuốt chửng
      • the whole country: toàn quốc
      • by three whole days: suốt c ba ngày
    • (từ cổ,nghĩa cổ) khoẻ mạnh
    • to do something with one's whole heart
      • toàn tâm toàn ý làm việc gì
  • danh từ
    • toàn bộ, tất c, toàn thể
      • the whole of my money: tất c tiền của tôi
      • I cannot tell you the whole [of it]: tôi không thể kể cho anh biết tất c được
      • as a whole: toàn bộ, tất c, thành một khối; nói chung
      • upon (on) the whole: tổng cộng, tính hết mọi lẽ, tổng quát
    • (toán học) tổng
Concise Dictionary
+all of something including all its component elements or parts
+an assemblage of parts that is regarded as a single entity
+including all components without exception; being one unit or constituting the full amount or extent or duration; complete
+(of siblings) having the same parents
+including everything
+wholly unharmed
+not impaired or diminished in any way
+exhibiting or restored to vigorous good health
+acting together as a single undiversified whole
+to a complete degree or to the full or entire extent (`whole' is often used informally for `wholly')
Thesaurus Dictionary
1 entire, complete, uncut, full, intact, unbroken, total:
I can't believe she ate the whole chicken. Were you here the whole time?
2 in one piece, intact, unharmed, undamaged, unscathed, unimpaired, unhurt, uninjured:
How could anyone emerge whole from that smash-up?
3 well, healthy, sound, fit, strong:
The surgeons have made him whole again.
4 everything, aggregate, (sum) total, totality, lot, entirety; ensemble; Colloq whole kit and caboodle:
I look at the whole and don't bother about petty details.
5 on the whole. largely, mostly, usually, more often than not, for the most part, in general, generally, by and large, with few exceptions, all things considered, all in all, as a rule, chiefly, mainly, in the main, predominantly:
On the whole, our clients collect only originals, not copies or prints.
Advanced English Dictionary
adjective, noun
+ adjective
1 [only before noun] full; complete: He spent the whole day writing. + We drank a whole bottle each. + The whole country (= all the people in it) mourned her death. + Let's forget the whole thing. + She wasn't telling the whole truth.
2 [only before noun] used to emphasize how large or important sth is: We offer a whole variety of weekend breaks. + I can't afford it-that's the whole point.
3 not broken or damaged: Owls usually swallow their prey whole (= without chewing it). - HALF
wholeness noun [U]-see also WHOLLY
Idioms: Most idioms containing whole are at the entries for the nouns and verbs in the idioms, for example go the whole hog is at hog.
a whole lot (informal) very much; a lot: I'm feeling a whole lot better.
a whole lot (of sth) (informal) a large number or amount: There were a whole lot of people I didn't know. + I lost a whole lot of money.
the whole lot everything; all of sth: I've sold the whole lot.
+ noun
1 [C] a thing that is complete in itself: Four quarters make a whole. + The subjects of the curriculum form a coherent whole.
2 [sing.] the ~ of sth all that there is of sth: The effects will last for the whole of his life. - HALF
Idioms: as a whole as one thing or piece and not as separate parts: The festival will be great for our city and for the country as a whole.
on the whole considering everything; in general: On the whole, I'm in favour of the idea.
Collocation Dictionary

1 all of sth


cover, embrace, encompass, involve, span
The project involved the whole of the university.
| fill, occupy, take up
The library takes up the whole of the first floor.
| permeate, pervade
Technology permeates the whole of our lives.

2 complete thing


coherent, cohesive, harmonious, homogeneous, integrated, organized, seamless
She was struggling to organize her ideas into a coherent whole.
| single | complex
The author examines each aspect of Roman society, then attempts to summarize the complex whole.
| meaningful
At this age, babies do not yet combine sounds into a meaningful whole.
| organic


form, make (up)
He tried to fit the pieces of evidence together to make a coherent whole.


as a whole
Unemployment is higher in the north than in the country as a whole.

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