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achilles'+heel

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    /hi:l/ * danh từ - gót chân - gót móng (ngựa...); (số nhiều) chân sau (loài thú bốn chân) - gót (giày, bít tất) - đầu cán vĩ (đàn viôlông); đầu cong (của gậy đánh gôn) - (hàng hải) đuôi sống tàu; chân cột buồm - (từ Mỹ,nghĩa Mỹ) đồ đê tiện, kẻ đáng khinh !Achilles' heel - gót A-sin, điểm dễ bị tổn thương !at somebody's heel !at (on, upon) somebody's heels - theo sát gót ai !to be carried with the heels foremost - đã cho vào sáu tấm đem đi !to come to heel - lẽo đẽo theo sau chủ (chó) !to come (follow) upon the heels of somebody - theo sát gót ai !to cool (kick) one's heels - đứng chờ mỏi gối !to be down at heel(s) - (xem) down !to fling (pick) up one's heels !to show a clean pair of heels !to take to one's heels - vắt chân lên cỏ mà chạy; bỏ chạy !to gets (have) the heels of somebody !to show the heels to somebody - chạy vượt ai, chạy nhanh hơn ai !hairy about (at, in) the heel - (xem) hairy !head over heels !heels over head - lộn tùng phèo !the iron heel - gót sắt; sự áp chế tàn bạo !to kick up one's heels - chết - (từ lóng) nhảy cỡn lên !to lay (clap, set) somebody by the heels - bắt bỏ tù ai, bắt giam ai; giam hãm ai !out at heels - rách gót (bít tất) - đi bít tất rách gót; ăn mặc nghèo nàn rách rưới !to turn on one's heels - (xem) turn !to turn up one's heels - chết !under heel - bị giày xéo, sống dưới gót giày * ngoại động từ - đóng (gót giày); đan gót (bít tất) - theo sát gót - (thể dục,thể thao) ((thường) + out) đá gót (để đẩy quả bóng ra khỏi chỗ đang xô lấn) - (thể dục,thể thao) đánh bằng đầu cong của gậy (đánh gôn) * nội động từ - giậm gót chân (khi nhảy múa) * nội động từ - (hàng hải) sự nghiêng đi (tàu thuỷ)

    English-Vietnamese dictionary > heel

См. также в других словарях:

  • Achilles' heel — {n. phr.}, {literary} A physical or psychological weakness named after the Greek hero Achilles who was invulnerable except for a spot on his heel. * /John s Achilles heel is his lack of talent with numbers and math./ …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • Achilles' heel — {n. phr.}, {literary} A physical or psychological weakness named after the Greek hero Achilles who was invulnerable except for a spot on his heel. * /John s Achilles heel is his lack of talent with numbers and math./ …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • Achilles Heel — may refer to:* Achilles heel, a metaphor for a fatal weakness in spite of overall strength * Achilles Heel (band), a band from New York state * Achilles Heel (album), an album by Pedro the Lion * Achilles tendon …   Wikipedia

  • achilles' heel — A person s weak spot is their Achilles heel …   The small dictionary of idiomes

  • Achilles heel — ► NOUN ▪ a weakness or vulnerable point. ORIGIN from the mythological Greek hero Achilles, whose mother plunged him into the River Styx when he was a baby, thus making his body invulnerable except for the heel by which she held him …   English terms dictionary

  • Achilles' heel — Achilles heel, Achilles tendon Use an apostrophe in both expressions for consistency, even though the connection with Achilles is remote in the second …   Modern English usage

  • Achilles' heel — n. (one s) vulnerable or susceptible spot * * * …   Universalium

  • Achilles’ heel — [n] vulnerability chink in the armor*, deficiency, frailty, handicap, soft underbelly*, susceptibility, weakness; concepts 101,230,411,580 …   New thesaurus

  • Achilles' heel — n. (one s) vulnerable or susceptible spot …   English World dictionary

  • Achilles' heel — This article deals with the phrase. For other uses, see Achilles Heel. An Achilles’ heel is a fatal weakness in spite of overall strength, actually or potentially leading to downfall. While the mythological origin refers to a physical… …   Wikipedia

  • Achilles' heel — n. a person s weak or vulnerable point. Etymology: L Achilles f. Gk Akhilleus, a hero in the Iliad, invulnerable except in the heel * * * noun a seemingly small but actual mortal weakness • Hypernyms: ↑weak part, ↑weak spot, ↑soft spot * * * n… …   Useful english dictionary


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