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character /"kæriktə/ danh từ tính nết, tính cách; cá tính đặc tính, sệt điểm; nét sệt sắcwork that locks character: tác phẩm không có gì đặc sắc chí khí, nghị lựca man of character: người dân có chí khí nhân vậtthe characters in a novel: hầu hết nhân thứ trong một quyển tè thuyếta public character: nhân thiết bị nổi tiếng người lập dịcharacter actor: diễn viên siêng đóng vai lập dị thương hiệu tuổi, danh tiếng, tiếngto have an excellent character for honesty: lừng danh về chân thật giấy chứng nhận (về năng lực, đạo đức...)a good character: giấy chứng nhận tốt chữ; đường nét chữ (của ai)books in chinese character: sách chữ Trung quốcin (out of) character hòa hợp (không hợp) với đặc điểm của diễn viên (vai kịch); đúng theo (không hợp) với công năng của ai
đặc điểmđặc tínhphẩm tính (yếu tố C thứ bố trong điều tra tín dụng)bold characterchữ đậmcertificate of characterchứng chỉ hạnh kiểmcharacter codemã chữ cáicharacter datasố liệu chữcharacter fontphông chữcharacter insertsự chèn thêm chữcharacter printermáy in ký tựcharacter referencechừng minh thưcharacter spacingkhoảng biện pháp giữa các chữcharacter stringchuỗi ký tự (máy tính)control characterký tự tinh chỉnh (để tạo dòng bắt đầu hoặc con quay lại)good characterhạnh kiểm tốtmagnetic ink character recognitionsự nhận thấy dấu chữ bởi mực từnumberic characterchữ sốnumeric characterchữ sốoptical character recognitionmáy phát âm chữ bởi quang họcsocial character of insurancetính thôn hội của bảo hiểmtwofold character of commoditytính chất đôi của hàng hóatwofold character of labourtính hóa học đôi của lao động <"kæriktə> o đặc điểm Phần của tín hiệu địa chấn bao gồm thể nhận biết được. o đặc tính § optical character : đặc tính quang đãng (học) § rock character : đặc tính của đá

Word families (Nouns, Verbs, Adjectives, Adverbs): character, characteristic, characterize, uncharacteristic, characteristically





Từ điển Collocation

character noun

1 person"s nature/person with a particular nature

ADJ. good, excellent, exemplary, impeccable | generous, gentle, likeable, lovable, popular | colourful, larger-than-life, lively, real You must have come across some real characters, working in the circus. | reformed He used lớn go out every night, but now he"s a reformed character. | complex, elusive, enigmatic, odd | forceful, formidable, strong | weak | volatile | prickly, unpleasant | bad, evil, ruthless, violent | dubious, shady, suspicious Who"s that suspicious character hanging around outside? | true | local The pub was full of colourful local characters. | human | moral a woman of impeccable moral character

VERB + CHARACTER be, have | form, 3d | reveal She revealed her true character when anyone disagreed with her. | conceal, hide | reflect His scruffy appearance does not reflect his character.

CHARACTER + NOUN trait | defect | change She"s undergone a complete character change since her promotion. | reference Applicants were required khổng lồ obtain character references before being considered for the work. | assassination The defence lawyer attempted a character assassination of the witness (= tried to show the witness had a bad character). | actor, actress

PREP. in sb"s ~ It"s not in his character to lớn tell lies. | out of ~ The lawyer argued that his client"s violent behaviour was out of character.

2 nature of sth

ADJ. distinctive, individual, quality | essential, fundamental, intrinsic | original | traditional The renovated buildings retain their traditional character. | international, national, regional Food in Italy has a distinct regional character. The features that biến hóa the national character | intimate | public the public character of material published on the internet | serious offences of a serious character | military, political | rural, urban The development detracts from the rural character of the area.

VERB + CHARACTER have Each house in the street has its own distinctive character. | assume, take on As you move north, the landscape takes on a different character. | form, biến hóa factors that khung the character of a nation | thua The town centre has lost much of its original character. | retain | preserve | give sth It"s the basil that gives the sauce its essential character.

PREP. in ~ The houses are Mediterranean in character.

3 interesting unique that sth has

ADJ. considerable, great

VERB + CHARACTER have His face has character?I"ll say that for it. | add, give sth the individual touches that give character to lớn a house

PREP. of ~ buildings of considerable character

PHRASES full of character The restaurant is cheap and full of character. | have a character of its own/all (of) its own Your handwriting has a character of its own.

4 person"s inner strength

ADJ. great

VERB + CHARACTER show The team showed great character in coming back lớn win. | build Adventure camps are considered to lớn be character-building.

PHRASES strength of character

5 person in a story/film, etc.

ADJ. central, chief, leading, main, principal | minor, supporting | fictional, fictitious | believable | sympathetic, unsympathetic | comic, heroic, tragic | cartoon

VERB + CHARACTER play, portray The main character is played by Nicole Kidman. | develop the artist who developed the anh hùng character | kill off The writers killed off her character when she wanted lớn leave the soap.

CHARACTER + NOUN development

PREP. in ~ The actors remained in character lớn answer questions from the audience.

6 letter/sign in writing/printing

ADJ. Chinese | ASCII, numeric

QUANT. set, string

VERB + CHARACTER insert | delete

CHARACTER + NOUN set, string

Từ điển WordNet


good repute

he is a man of character

(genetics) an attribute (structural or functional) that is determined by a gene or group of genes


engrave or inscribe characters on

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Microsoft Computer Dictionary

n. A letter, number, punctuation mark, or other symbol or control code that is represented to a computer by one unit—1 byte—of information. A character is not necessarily visible, either on the screen or on paper; a space, for example, is as much a character as is the letter a or any of the digits 0 through 9. Because computers must manage not only so-called printable characters but also the look (formatting) and transfer of electronically stored information, a character can additionally indicate a carriage return or a paragraph mark in a word-processed document. It can be a signal to sound a beep, begin a new page, or mark the end of a file. See also ASCII, control character, EBCDIC.

English Synonym & Antonym Dictionary

characterssyn.: actor constitution disposition eccentric letter makeup nature performer player sign symbol temperament