fell nghĩa là gì trong Tiếng Việt?

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

Từ điển Anh Việt

  • fell

    /fel/ (fall) /fɔ:l/

    * danh từ

    da lông (của thú vật)

    da người

    mớ tóc bù xù; bộ lông bờm xờm

    fell of hair: đầu bù tóc rối

    đồi đá (dùng trong tên đất)

    vùng đầm lầy (ở miền bắc nước Anh)

    sự đẫn cây, sự hạ cây, sự đốn, sự chặt

    mẻ đẫn (khối lượng cây đẫn một lần)

    sự khâu viền

    * ngoại động từ

    đấm ngâ, đánh ngã

    đẫn (cây), hạ (cây), đốn chặt

    khâu viền

    * tính từ, (thơ ca)

    ác liệt, ghê gớm; nhẫn tâm, tàn ác

    huỷ diệt, gây chết chóc

    * thời quá khứ của fall

Từ điển Anh Việt - Chuyên ngành

  • fell

    * kinh tế

    bộ da lông

    * kỹ thuật

    chặt gỗ


    đốn gỗ

    sự đốn cây

    vùng đầm lầy

    hóa học & vật liệu:

    quặng lọt sàng

Từ điển Anh Anh - Wordnet

  • fell

    seam made by turning under or folding together and stitching the seamed materials to avoid rough edges

    Synonyms: felled seam

    the act of felling something (as a tree)

    cause to fall by or as if by delivering a blow

    strike down a tree

    Lightning struck down the hikers

    Synonyms: drop, strike down, cut down

    sew a seam by folding the edges


    hide: the dressed skin of an animal (especially a large animal)

    fly: pass away rapidly

    Time flies like an arrow

    Time fleeing beneath him

    Synonyms: vanish

    fall: descend in free fall under the influence of gravity

    The branch fell from the tree

    The unfortunate hiker fell into a crevasse

    descend: move downward and lower, but not necessarily all the way

    The temperature is going down

    The barometer is falling

    The curtain fell on the diva

    Her hand went up and then fell again

    Synonyms: fall, go down, come down

    Antonyms: ascend, rise

    fall: pass suddenly and passively into a state of body or mind

    fall into a trap

    She fell ill

    They fell out of favor

    Fall in love

    fall asleep

    fall prey to an imposter

    fall into a strange way of thinking

    she fell to pieces after she lost her work

    fall: come under, be classified or included

    fall into a category

    This comes under a new heading

    Synonyms: come

    precipitate: fall from clouds

    rain, snow and sleet were falling

    Vesuvius precipitated its fiery, destructive rage on Herculaneum

    Synonyms: come down, fall

    fall: suffer defeat, failure, or ruin

    We must stand or fall

    fall by the wayside

    fall: die, as in battle or in a hunt

    Many soldiers fell at Verdun

    Several deer have fallen to the same gun

    The shooting victim fell dead

    fall: touch or seem as if touching visually or audibly

    Light fell on her face

    The sun shone on the fields

    The light struck the golden necklace

    A strange sound struck my ears

    Synonyms: shine, strike

    fall: be captured

    The cities fell to the enemy

    fall: occur at a specified time or place

    Christmas falls on a Monday this year

    The accent falls on the first syllable

    decrease: decrease in size, extent, or range

    The amount of homework decreased towards the end of the semester

    The cabin pressure fell dramatically

    her weight fell to under a hundred pounds

    his voice fell to a whisper

    Synonyms: diminish, lessen, fall

    Antonyms: increase

    fall: yield to temptation or sin

    Adam and Eve fell

    fall: lose office or power

    The government fell overnight

    The Qing Dynasty fell with Sun Yat-sen

    fall: to be given by assignment or distribution

    The most difficult task fell on the youngest member of the team

    The onus fell on us

    The pressure to succeed fell on the youngest student

    fall: move in a specified direction

    The line of men fall forward

    fall: be due

    payments fall on the 1st of the month

    fall: lose one's chastity

    a fallen woman

    fall: to be given by right or inheritance

    The estate fell to the oldest daughter

    accrue: come into the possession of

    The house accrued to the oldest son

    Synonyms: fall

    fall: fall to somebody by assignment or lot

    The task fell to me

    It fell to me to notify the parents of the victims

    Synonyms: light

    fall: be inherited by

    The estate fell to my sister

    The land returned to the family

    The estate devolved to an heir that everybody had assumed to be dead

    Synonyms: return, pass, devolve

    fall: slope downward

    The hills around here fall towards the ocean

    fall: lose an upright position suddenly

    The vase fell over and the water spilled onto the table

    Her hair fell across her forehead

    Synonyms: fall down

    fall: drop oneself to a lower or less erect position

    She fell back in her chair

    He fell to his knees

    hang: fall or flow in a certain way

    This dress hangs well

    Her long black hair flowed down her back

    Synonyms: fall, flow

    fall: assume a disappointed or sad expression

    Her face fell when she heard that she would be laid off

    his crest fell

    fall: be cast down

    his eyes fell

    fall: come out; issue

    silly phrases fell from her mouth

    fall: be born, used chiefly of lambs

    The lambs fell in the afternoon

    fall: begin vigorously

    The prisoners fell to work right away

    fall: go as if by falling

    Grief fell from our hearts

    fall: come as if by falling

    Night fell

    Silence fell

    Synonyms: descend, settle

    barbarous: (of persons or their actions) able or disposed to inflict pain or suffering

    a barbarous crime

    brutal beatings

    cruel tortures

    Stalin's roughshod treatment of the kulaks

    a savage slap

    vicious kicks

    Synonyms: brutal, cruel, roughshod, savage, vicious