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historyhistory /"histəri/ danh từ sử, sử học, lịch sửancient history: cổ sử;(đùa cợt) cái đã cũ rích, cái đã lỗi thờimodern history: lịch sử cận đạito make history: có tầm quan trọng, có thể ghi vào lịch sử, làm nên việc lớn, có thể ghi vào lịch sử lịch sử (một vật, một người)to have a strange history: có một lịch sử kỳ quặc kịch lịch sử
bản ghilịch sửMSHP (maintain system history program): chương trình lịch sử hệ thống bảo trìaudit history: lịch sử hoạt độngchange history: đổi lịch sửcommand history: lịch sử lệnherror history: lịch sử lỗihistory list: danh sách lịch sửhistory of a system: lịch sử hệ thốnghistory substitution: lịch sử thay thếrevision history: lịch sử sửa đổitime history method: phương pháp lịch sử thời giantime scale of earth history: thang thời gian lịch sử trái đấtlược sửquá trìnhLĩnh vực: toán & tinhistoryGiải thích VN: Một kỹ thuật trong ArcStorm cho phép theo dấu những thay đổi được thực hiện đối với một nguồn dữ liệu. Kỹ thuật này cho phép tạo ra các cửa sổ history và hỗ trợ "phục hồi" dữ liệu tại một giai đoạn trước đó.file revision historytiến trình sửa đổi tệp tinfull service history (fsh)sổ bảo dưỡng xeloading historysơ đồ chất tảimaintain system history programchương trình ghi lại lịch bảo trìpast history of a systemtiền sử của hệ thốngpersonal history (form)sơ yếu lí lịch cá nhântime historybiểu đồ gia tốctime historygia tốc ký <"histəri> danh từ o lịch sử § case history : hoàn cảnh lịch sử (trường hợp cụ thể của một phát hiện dầu khí) § history of a well : lịch sử giếng khoan
Word families (Nouns, Verbs, Adjectives, Adverbs): historian, history, historic, prehistoric, historical, historically
Từ điển Collocation
1 the past, especially as a subject of study
ADJ. contemporary, early, recent the early history of the trade union movement things that happened in recent history | ancient, medieval, modern | local | family | British, world, etc. | official the official history of the Labour Party | recorded The debate about the origins of the universe has been going on throughout recorded history. | oral Oral history enables us to take account of those many aspects of history that are not recorded in documents. | art, church, cultural, economic, human, literary, military, political, social, etc.
QUANT. piece She created a piece of history by winning her fourth title.
VERB + HISTORY be steeped in a building that is steeped in history | go down in, make, pass into He will go down in history as a wise adviser and a kind man. He made history by being the first man to walk on the moon. | trace The regiment traces its history back to 1803. | distort, rewrite her attempt to rewrite history with herself in the role of heroine
HISTORY + VERB go back (to) … The town"s history goes back to Roman times. | reveal sth, show sth History shows that New Zealand are almost unbeatable by British teams on their own turf. | repeat itself Years later, family history repeated itself with Eve"s daughters.
HISTORY + NOUN book (figurative) She has earned her place in the history books.
PREP. during sth"s ~ The country has suffered several invasions during its history. | in (sth"s) ~ the most extraordinary royal meeting in history the best player in the sport"s history | throughout ~ There have been conflicts such as this throughout history.
PHRASES change the course of history events that could change the course of history | a period of history This is a fascinating period of history. | the rest is history (= the rest of the story does not need to be told because it is well-known), a sense of history a people with no sense of history | a slice of history The team grabbed a slice of history here today (= achieved sth that will be remembered). More information about SUBJECT
SUBJECT: of study do, read, study ~ do ~ is more commonly used with school subjects (but may also be used with university subjects): She did maths, physics and chemistry at school.
study ~ is used with both school and university subjects: He studied German at school. She went on to study mathematics at university.
read ~is only used with university subjects and is quite formal: She was educated privately and at Pembroke College, where she read classics.
lecture in, teach ~ He taught music at a school in Edinburgh.
Other verbs used with subject can also be used with particular subjects of study: Half the students take geography at A level. We offer accounting as a subsidiary course.
~ degree, a degree/diploma in ~ a law degree a higher diploma in fine art
~ class, course, lecture, lesson The genetics lectures are on a different campus.
~ department, a/the department of ~ All enquiries should be made to the Department of Architecture.
~ graduate, student, undergraduate Some architecture graduates gain further qualifications in specialist fields.
~ lecturer, teacher, tutor He"s an English teacher at Highland Road School.
~ professor, (a) professor of ~ She"s professor of linguistics at the University of Wales.
the study of ~ The study of philosophy helps you to think critically.
in ~ He got As in history and art.
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2 facts about sb/sth"s life/existence in the past
ADJ. chequered, colourful, fascinating, interesting, rich The city has a rich and colourful history. | long She has a long history of mental illness. | previous, subsequent | case She familiarized herself with the case history of her new patient. | employment, family, life, medical, personal, sexual The doctor will need some details of your medical history. I know nothing about his personal history.
VERB + HISTORY have
PREP. ~ of a history of heart disease in the family
3 sth in the past that is no longer important
ADJ. past They had an affair once, but that"s past history now.
Từ điển WordNet
n.the aggregate of past events
a critical time in the school"s historythe continuum of events occurring in succession leading from the past to the present and even into the future
all of human historythe discipline that records and interprets past events involving human beings
he teaches Medieval history
history takes the long viewall that is remembered of the past as preserved in writing; a body of knowledge
the dawn of recorded history
from the beginning of history