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Từ điển Anh - Việt
danh từ
sự nâng lên; sự nhấc lên
Hãy nâng nó lên : Nó thấp quá nên chẳng thấy gì cả
thang máy (cũng) elevator
áp lực đẩy lên do không khí tác động vào máy bay đang bay; sức nâng
ở trên tầng sáu - chúng ta hãy đi thang máy
sự đi nhờ xe
cho những người lính đi nhờ xe về doanh trại
ra hiệu/vẫy xin đi nhờ xe
chỗ gồ lên, chỗ nhô lên (ở sàn nhà)
cảm giác hân hoan, phấn chấn
Cô ta rất phấn khởi vì được cấp học bổng
ngoại động từ
giơ lên, nhấc lên, nâng lên; giương cao
giơ tay lên (để cầu khẩn...)
đỡ lên, dựng lên, kéo dậy
đào, bới
đào khoai tây
(thông tục) ăn trộm (súc vật), ăn cắp (văn)
ăn trộm trâu bò
móc ví ai
ăn cắp nhiều đoạn văn dài của các tác giả khác
nhổ (trại)
chấm dứt (sự phong toả...); bãi bỏ (sự cấm đoán...)
nội động từ
nhấc lên được, nâng lên được
cái cửa sổ này không nhấc lên được
tan đi, cuốn đi (mây, sương mù, bóng đêm...)
sương mù tan đi
cưỡi sóng (tàu)
con tàu cưỡi sóng
gồ lên (sàn nhà)
sàn nhà gồ lên
mó tay làm việc gì
đưa tay lên thề
giơ tay đánh ai
ngước nhìn, nhìn lên
ngóc đầu dậy
hồi phục lại
(kinh thánh) trả lại tự do cho ai; trả lại danh dự cho ai
có nhiều tham vọng
tự hào
(xem) voice
dương dương tự đắc
(nói về tên lửa, tàu vũ trụ) phóng vụt lên
Chuyên ngành Anh - Việt
Hoá học
sự đưa lên, sự nâng lên; độ nâng; máy nâng; thang máy
Kỹ thuật
sự nâng; tầm nâng (chiều cao nâng); tầm dâng (bơm nước); góc nâng; lực nâng; máy nâng; thang máy; nâng, nhấc
Sinh học
thang máy
Tin học
Toán học
máy nâng; thang máy; lực nâng
Xây dựng, Kiến trúc
sự nâng; tầm nâng (chiều cao nâng); tầm dâng (bơm nước); góc nâng; lực nâng; máy nâng; thang máy; nâng, nhấc
Từ điển Anh - Anh


lift (lĭft) verb

lifted, lifting, lifts


verb, transitive

1. a. To direct or carry from a lower to a higher position; raise: lift one's eyes; lifted the suitcase. b. To transport by air: The helicopter lifted the entire team to the meet.

2. a. To revoke by taking back; rescind: lifted the embargo. b. To bring an end to (a blockade or siege) by removing forces.

3. To cease (artillery fire) in an area.

4. a. To raise in condition, rank, or esteem. b. To uplift; elate: Your telephone call really lifted my spirits.

5. To remove (plants) from the ground for transplanting.

6. To project or sound in loud, clear tones: lifted their voices in song.

7. Informal. To steal; pilfer: A thief lifted my wallet.

8. Informal. To copy from something already published; plagiarize: lifted whole paragraphs from the encyclopedia.

9. To pay off or clear (a debt or mortgage, for example).

10. To perform cosmetic surgery on (the face), especially in order to remove wrinkles or sagging skin.

11. a. Sports. To hit (a golf ball) very high into the air. b. To pick up (a golf ball) to place it in a better lie.

verb, intransitive

1. a. To rise; ascend. b. To yield to upward pressure: These windows lift easily.

2. a. To disappear or disperse by or as if by rising: By afternoon the smog had lifted. b. To stop temporarily: The rain lifted by morning.

3. To become elevated; soar: Their spirits lifted when help came.


1. The act or process of rising or raising to a higher position.

2. Power or force available for raising: the lift of a pump.

3. An amount or a weight raised or capable of being raised at one time; a load.

4. a. The extent or height to which something is raised or rises; the amount of elevation. b. The distance or space through which something is raised or rises.

5. A rise or an elevation in the level of the ground.

6. An elevation of the spirits: The good news gave us a lift.

7. A raised, high, or erect position, as of a part of the body: the lift of his chin.

8. A machine or device designed to pick up, raise, or carry something.

9. One of the layers of leather, rubber, or other material making up the heel of a shoe.

10. Chiefly British. A passenger or cargo elevator.

11. A ride in a vehicle given to help someone reach a destination: gave my friend a lift into town.

12. Assistance or help: gave her a lift with her heavy packages.

13. A set of pumps used in a mine.

14. The component of the total aerodynamic force acting on an airfoil or on an entire aircraft or winged missile perpendicular to the relative wind and normally exerted in an upward direction, opposing the pull of gravity.

phrasal verb.

lift off

To begin flight: The spacecraft lifted off at noon.


lift fire

To increase the range of artillery fire by elevating the muzzle of a piece.


[Middle English liften, from Old Norse lypta.]

liftʹable adjective

liftʹer noun

Synonyms: lift, raise, rear, elevate, hoist, heave, boost. These verbs mean to move something from a lower to a higher level or position. Lift sometimes stresses the expenditure of effort: a trunk too heavy to lift; requires three men to lift the piano. Raise often implies movement to an approximately vertical position: raised the window slightly; raising a monument to the war dead. Rear is frequently interchangeable with raise: rear a ladder; rear a flagpole. "Her family reared a sumptuous mausoleum over her remains" (Macaulay). Elevate is sometimes synonymous with the preceding terms (used two pillows to keep his head elevated), but it more often suggests exalting, ennobling, or raising morally or intellectually: "A generous and elevated mind is distinguished by nothing more certainly than an eminent degree of curiosity" (Samuel Johnson). Hoist is applied principally to the lifting of heavy objects, often by mechanical means: hoist a sunken ship; uses a crane to hoist the construction beams. To heave is to lift or raise with great effort or force: heaved the pack onto his back. Boost suggests upward movement effected by or as if by pushing from below: boosted the child into the saddle; boost sales; boost morale. See also synonyms at steal.

Đồng nghĩa - Phản nghĩa
lift (n)
boost, kick (informal), high (informal), buzz (informal), revitalization, tonic, encouragement
lift (v)
  • steal, filch (informal), walk off with, help yourself, pocket, take, plagiarize, pinch (UK, informal), nick (UK, slang)
  • winch up, haul up, elevate, boost, raise, pick up
  • revoke, cancel, take back, relax, rescind, repeal
    antonym: impose
  • lighten, buoy up, brighten, elate, uplift, raise