English-Vietnamese Dictionary
◊tumble /'tΔmbl/
▫ danh từ
▪ cái ngã bất thình lình; sự sụp đổ, sự đổ nhào
◦ a nasty tumble cái ngã trời giáng, cái ngã đau điếng
▪ sự nhào lộn
▪ tình trạng lộn xộn, tình trạng rối tung, tình trạng hỗn loạn
◦ to be all in a tumble lộn xộn, hỗn loạn, rối tung cả lên
!to take a tumble
▪ (từ Mỹ,nghĩa Mỹ), (từ lóng) đoán, hiểu
▫ nội động từ
▪ ngã, sụp đổ, đổ nhào
◦ to tumble down the stairs ngã lộn từ trên cầu thang xuống
◦ to tumble into the river té nhào xuống sông
◦ the house is going to tumble down căn nhà sắp đổ sụp
◦ to tumble up the stairs nhào lên thang gác
▪ xô (sóng)
◦ the waves came tumbling on the shore sóng xô vào bờ
▪ trở mình, trăn trở
◦ to tumble about all night suốt đêm trở mình trằn trọc
▪ chạy lộn xộn; chạy vội vã
◦ the children tumbled out of the classroom bọn trẻ con chạy lộn xộn ra khỏi lớp
▪ nhào lộn
▪ vớ được, tình cờ bắt gặp, tình cờ tìm thấy
◦ I tumble upon him in the street tình cờ tôi vớ được hắn ta ở phố
▫ ngoại động từ
▪ làm lộn xộn, làm rối tung, xáo trộn
◦ the bed is all tumbled giường rối tung cả lên
◦ to tumble someone's hair làm rối bù đầu ai
▪ xô ngã, làm đổ, làm té nhào, lật đổ
▪ bắn rơi (chim), bắn ngã
!to tumble in
▪ lắp khít (hai thanh gỗ)
▪ (từ lóng) đi ngủ
!to tumble to
▪ (từ lóng) đoán, hiểu
◦ I did not tumbleto the joke at first thoạt đầu tôi không hiểu câu nói đùa
English Dictionary
n 1: an acrobatic feat of rolling or turning end over end
2: a sudden drop from an upright position; "he had a nasty
spill on the ice" [syn: {spill}, {fall}]
v 1: fall down, as if collapsing [syn: {topple}]
2: cause to topple or tumble by pushing [syn: {topple}]
3: roll over and over, back and forth
4: fly around, as of paper on the sidewalk, or clothes in a
dryer, or rising smoke in the wind [syn: {whirl}, {skirl},
{whirl around}]
5: fall apart; also used metaphorically: "Negociations broke
down" [syn: {crumble}, {crumple}, {break down}, {collapse}]
6: throw together in a confused mass; "They tumbled the teams
with no apparent pattern"
7: understand, usually after some initial difficulty [syn: {catch
on}, {get onto}, {latch on}, {cotton on}, {twig}, {get it}]
8: fall suddenly and sharply; "Prices tumbled after the
devaluation of the currency"
9: dry clothes by putting them in tumbling barrel, where they
are whirled about in hot air; "Wash in warm water and
tumble dry"
10: suffer a sudden downfall, overthrow, or defeat
11: do gymnastics, roll and turn skillfully
English Computing Dictionary
1. Said when the correct response is too complicated to
enunciate, or the speaker has not thought it out. Often
prefaces a longer answer, or indicates a general reluctance to
get into a long discussion. "Don't you think that we could
improve LISP performance by using a hybrid reference-count
transaction garbage collector, if the cache is big enough and
there are some extra cache bits for the {microcode} to use?"
"Well, mumble ... I'll have to think about it."
2. Yet another {metasyntactic variable}, like {foo}.
3. Sometimes used in "public" contexts on-line as a
placefiller for things one is barred from giving details
about. For example, a poster with pre-released hardware in
his machine might say "Yup, my machine now has an extra 16M of
memory, thanks to the card I'm testing for Mumbleco."
4. A conversational wild card used to designate something one
doesn't want to bother spelling out, but which can be
{glark}ed from context. Compare {blurgle}.
5. [XEROX PARC] A colloquialism used to suggest that further
discussion would be fruitless.
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French-Vietnamese Dictionary
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