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danh từ
(từ Mỹ,nghĩa Mỹ) như cheque
danh từ
sự cản trở, sự ngăn cản; sự kìm hãm; sự hạn chế; sự chặn lại; người chống cự, người ngăn cản, vật cản
cản trở việc gì; kìm hãm việc gì; hạn chế việc gì
hạn chế; kìm hãm
cản ai tiến lên, chặn đứng lại
(săn bắn) sự mất vết, sự mất hơi
mất vết, mất hơi
sự dừng lại, sự ngừng lại
(quân sự) sự thua nhẹ
bị thua nhẹ
sự kiểm tra, sự kiểm soát, sự kiểm lại; dấu ghi đã kiểm tra (đã kiểm soát)
hoá đơn, giấy ghi tiền (khách hàng phải trả ở khách sạn)
(từ Mỹ,nghĩa Mỹ), (đánh bài) thẻ
kiểu kẻ ô vuông, kiểu ca-rô; vải kẻ ô vuông, vải ca-rô
(đánh cờ) sự chiếu tướng
chiếu tướng!
ngoại động từ
cản, cản trở; chăn, ngăn chặn; kìm, kiềm chế, nén, dằn (lòng)
hắn không kìm được tức giận
chúng ta phải chặn bàn tay đẫm máu của chủ nghĩa đế quốc
kiểm tra, kiểm soát; kiểm lại; đánh dấu đã kiểm soát
làm ơn soát lại những con số này
quở trách, trách mắng
(từ Mỹ,nghĩa Mỹ) gửi, ký gửi
anh đã gửi hết hành lý chưa?
(đánh cờ) chiếu (tướng)
nội động từ
ngập ngừng, do dự
dừng lại, đứng lại (chó săn; vì lạc vết, hoặc để đánh hơi)
ghi tên khi đến
(từ Mỹ,nghĩa Mỹ) ghi tên lấy phòng ở khách sạn
ghi tên khi ra về (sau ngày làm việc)
(từ Mỹ,nghĩa Mỹ) trả buồng khách sạn
(từ Mỹ,nghĩa Mỹ), (từ lóng) chết ngoẻo
kiểm tra, soát lại; chữa (bài)
Chuyên ngành Anh - Việt
Hoá học
kiểm tra, kiểm soát
Kinh tế
Kỹ thuật
sự kiểm tra, sự kiểm nghiệm; dụng cụ kiểm tra; dấu kiểm tra; van bít, cơ cấu hãm; thiết bị bảo hiểm; kẽ nứt, vết rạn
Sinh học
kiểm tra, kiểm soát; quả trứng nứt || kiểm tra, kiểm soát
Tin học
Kiểm tra
Toán học
sự kiểm tra, sự kiểm nghiệm, sự kiểm lại
Vật lý
sự kiểm tra, sự kiểm nghiệm, sự kiểm lại
Xây dựng, Kiến trúc
sự kiểm tra, sự kiểm nghiệm; dụng cụ kiểm tra; dấu kiểm tra; van bít, cơ cấu hãm; thiết bị bảo hiểm; kẽ nứt, vết rạn
Từ điển Anh - Anh


check (chĕk) noun

1. An action or influence that stops motion or expression; a restraint: Heavy rains were a check on the army's advance.

2. The condition of being stopped or held back; restraint: kept my temper in check; holding agricultural pests in check with sprays.

3. An abrupt stop in forward movement or progress; a halt.

4. The act or an instance of inspecting or testing, as for accuracy or quality; examination: the careful check of each unit before sale; gave the car an oil check.

5. A standard for inspecting or evaluating; a test.

6. A check mark.

7. A ticket or slip of identification: a baggage check.

8. A bill at a restaurant or bar.

9. Games. A chip or counter used in gambling.

10. Abbr. ch., ck. A written order to a bank to pay the amount specified from funds on deposit; a draft.

11. A small crack; a chink.

12. a. A pattern of small squares, as on a chessboard. b. One of the squares of such a pattern. c. A fabric patterned with squares: a dress of pale green check.

13. Abbr. ch Games. a. A move in chess that directly attacks an opponent's king but does not constitute a checkmate. b. The position or condition of a king so attacked.

14. Sports. The act of blocking or impeding an opponent in control of the puck in ice hockey, either with one's body or one's stick.


1. Games. Used to declare that a chess opponent's king is in check.

2. Informal. Used to express agreement or understanding.


checked, checking, checks


verb, transitive

1. To arrest the motion of abruptly; halt: checked the flow by shutting a valve.

2. To hold in restraint; curb: check an impulse to laugh. See synonyms at restrain.

3. To slow the growth of; retard.

4. To rebuke; rebuff.

5. To inspect so as to determine accuracy, quality, or other condition; test: checked the brakes and lights for defects; checked out the system to make sure there were no errors in the software.

6. To verify by consulting a source or authority: checked her facts before speaking; check a spelling in the dictionary.

7. To put a check mark on or next to: checked off each item on the shopping list.

8. To deposit for temporary safekeeping: checked his coat at the door.

9. To consign (luggage, for example) for shipment on a transportation vehicle: checked her bags and boarded the plane.

10. To make cracks or chinks in: Sunlight dried and checked the paint.

11. Games. To move in chess so as to put (an opponent's king) under direct attack.

12. Sports. To block or impede (an opposing player with the puck) in ice hockey by using one's body or one's stick.

verb, intransitive

1. To come to an abrupt halt; stop.

2. To agree point for point; correspond: The fingerprints checked with the ones on file.

3. To be verified or confirmed; pass inspection: The suspect's story checked out.

4. To make an examination or investigation; inquire: phoned to check on the departure time; checked into the rumor.

5. To write a check on a bank account.

6. To undergo cracking in a pattern of checks, as paint does.

7. Games. To place a chess opponent's king in check.

8. a. To pause to relocate a scent. Used of hunting dogs. b. To abandon the proper game and follow baser prey. Used of trained falcons.

9. Sports. To block or impede an opposing player carrying the puck in ice hockey.

phrasal verb.

check in

To register, as at a hotel. check out

1. To settle one's bill and leave a hotel or other place of lodging.

2. To withdraw (an item) after recording the withdrawal: check out books.

3. To record and total up the prices of and receive payment for (items being purchased) at a retail store: The cashier checked out and bagged my order.

check over

To look over; examine: The teacher checked the students' papers over.


[Middle English chek, check in chess, from Old French eschec, from Arabic shāh, from Persian, king, king in chess. See shah.]

checkʹable adjective

Word History: The words check, chess, and shah are all related. Shah, as one might think, is a borrowing into English of the Persian title for the monarch of that country. The Persian word shāh was also a term used in chess, a game played in Persia long before it was introduced to Europe. One said shāh as a warning when the opponent's king was under attack. The Persian word in this sense, after passing through Arabic, probably Old Spanish, and then Old French, came into Middle English as chek about seven hundred years ago. Chess itself comes from a plural form of the Old French word that gave us the word check.Checkmate, the next stage after check, goes back to the Arabic phrase shāh māt, meaning "the king is stymied." Through a complex development having to do with senses that evolved from the notion of checking the king, check came to mean something used to ensure accuracy or authenticity. One such means was a counterfoil, a part of a check, for example, retained by the issuer as documentation of a transaction. Check first meant "counterfoil" and then came to mean anything, such as a bill or bank draft, with a counterfoilor eventually even without one.

Đồng nghĩa - Phản nghĩa
check (adj)
  • checked, checkered, patterned, plaid, crisscross, squared
  • checkered, checked, squared, patterned, crisscross, plaid
  • check (n)
  • payment, form, order, draft, instruction, authorization
  • bill, invoice, tab (informal), score, damage (informal)
  • inspection, examination, test, assessment, trial, safety test, safety check, safety inspection, investigation
  • safeguard, curb, restraint, buttress, catch, rein
  • check (v)
  • test, test out, prove, try, try out, examine
  • make sure, ensure, verify, confirm, certify, establish
  • curb, limit, stop, impede, hold up, hold back, delay, restrain, inhibit, hold down, repress, constrain, hold in, withhold
    antonym: expedite (formal)