dull nghĩa là gì trong Tiếng Việt?

dull nghĩa là gì, định nghĩa, các sử dụng và ví dụ trong Tiếng Anh. Cách phát âm dull giọng bản ngữ. Từ đồng nghĩa, trái nghĩa của dull.

Từ điển Anh Việt

  • dull


    * tính từ

    chậm hiểu, tối dạ, ngu đần, đần độn

    không tinh, mờ (mắt); không thính, nghễnh ngãng (tai)

    to be dull of ear: nghễnh ngãng; tai nghe không thính

    vô tri vô giác (vật)

    dull stones: những hòn đá vô tri vô giác

    cùn (dao...)

    đục, mờ đục, xỉn, xám xịt

    dull colour: màu xám, xám xịt lại

    dull light: ánh sang mờ đục

    cảm thấy lờ mờ, cảm thấy không rõ rệt, âm ỉ

    dull pain: đau âm ỉ

    thẫn thờ, uể oải, chậm chạp (người, vật)

    ứ đọng, trì chậm, bán không chạy, ế

    dull goods: hàng bán không chạy, hàng ế

    dull trade: việc buôn bán trì chậm

    đều đều, buồn tẻ, chán ngắt, tẻ ngắt, buồn nản

    a dull life: cuộc sống buồn tẻ

    a dull sermon: bài thuyết giáo chán ngắt

    to feet dull: cảm thấy buồn nản

    tối tăm, âm u, u ám, ảm đạm

    dull weather: tiết trời u ám

    * ngoại động từ

    làm ngu đàn, làm đần dộn

    làm cùn

    làm mờ đi, làm mờ đục, làm xỉn

    làm âm ỉ, làm đỡ nhức nhối, làm đỡ nhói (cơn đau)

    làm buồn nản

    làm tối tăm, làm u ám, làm ảm đạm

    * nội động từ

    hoá ngu đần, đần độn

    cùn đi

    mờ đi, mờ đục, xỉn đi

    âm ỉ, đỡ nhức nhối, đỡ đau (cơn đau)

    tối sầm lại, thành u ám, thành ảm đạm

Từ điển Anh Anh - Wordnet

  • dull

    make dull in appearance

    Age had dulled the surface

    become dull or lusterless in appearance; lose shine or brightness

    the varnished table top dulled with time

    make dull or blunt

    Too much cutting dulls the knife's edge

    Synonyms: blunt

    Antonyms: sharpen

    make less lively or vigorous

    Middle age dulled her appetite for travel

    lacking in liveliness or animation

    he was so dull at parties

    a dull political campaign

    a large dull impassive man

    dull days with nothing to do

    how dull and dreary the world is

    fell back into one of her dull moods

    Antonyms: lively

    emitting or reflecting very little light

    a dull glow

    dull silver badly in need of a polish

    a dull sky

    Antonyms: bright

    being or made softer or less loud or clear

    the dull boom of distant breaking waves

    muffled drums

    the muffled noises of the street

    muted trumpets

    Synonyms: muffled, muted, softened

    (of color) very low in saturation; highly diluted

    dull greens and blues

    not keenly felt

    a dull throbbing

    dull pain

    Antonyms: sharp

    (of business) not active or brisk

    business is dull (or slow)

    a sluggish market

    Synonyms: slow, sluggish

    not having a sharp edge or point

    the knife was too dull to be of any use

    Antonyms: sharp

    blunted in responsiveness or sensibility

    a dull gaze

    so exhausted she was dull to what went on about her"- Willa Cather

    not clear and resonant; sounding as if striking with or against something relatively soft

    the dull thud

    thudding bullets

    Synonyms: thudding

    darkened with overcast

    a dark day

    a dull sky

    the sky was leaden and thick

    Synonyms: leaden


    muffle: deaden (a sound or noise), especially by wrapping

    Synonyms: mute, damp, dampen, tone down

    numb: make numb or insensitive

    The shock numbed her senses

    Synonyms: benumb, blunt

    pall: become less interesting or attractive

    boring: so lacking in interest as to cause mental weariness

    a boring evening with uninteresting people

    the deadening effect of some routine tasks

    a dull play

    his competent but dull performance

    a ho-hum speaker who couldn't capture their attention

    what an irksome task the writing of long letters is"- Edmund Burke

    tedious days on the train

    the tiresome chirping of a cricket"- Mark Twain

    other people's dreams are dreadfully wearisome

    Synonyms: deadening, ho-hum, irksome, slow, tedious, tiresome, wearisome

    dense: slow to learn or understand; lacking intellectual acuity

    so dense he never understands anything I say to him

    never met anyone quite so dim

    although dull at classical learning, at mathematics he was uncommonly quick"- Thackeray

    dumb officials make some really dumb decisions

    he was either normally stupid or being deliberately obtuse

    worked with the slow students

    Synonyms: dim, dumb, obtuse, slow