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Từ điển Collocation

core noun

ADJ. hollow Each fibre has a hollow core trapping still air and aiding warmth. (figurative) There was a hollow core of sadness inside me. | solid | copper, iron, etc. | reactor nuclear reactor cores | central, essential, inner, innermost, very This is seen as the central core of the government”s policy. A new spirit welled up from the very core of the nation. | common a common core of shared understanding about law and government | hard A hard core of supporters, mostly teenage girls, gathered at the airport to see the star arrive. | emotional the emotional core of her music

VERB + CORE form, make up These ideas formed the core of his philosophy. | get to We want to get to the core of the problem.

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CORE + NOUN activity, area, course, curriculum, discipline, module, programme, skill, subject the core area of management studies Students study five core subjects. | component, element, group | business, service We need to stop this expansion and concentrate on the core business. | belief, value | vocabulary

PREP. at sth”s ~ At the core of our convictions is belief in individual liberty. | to the ~ She was shaken to the core by the news. He”s a politician to the core (= in all his attitudes, beliefs and actions).

Từ điển WordNet


the center of an object

the ball has a titanium core

the central part of the Eartha cylindrical sample of soil or rock obtained with a hollow drillthe chamber of a nuclear reactor containing the fissile material where the reaction takes placea bar of magnetic material (as soft iron) that passes through a coil and serves to increase the inductance of the coil


remove the core or center from

core an apple

Microsoft Computer Dictionary

n. One of the types of memory built into computers before random access memory (RAM) was available or affordable. Some people still use the term to refer to the main memory of any computer system, as in the phrase core dump—a listing of the raw contents of main memory at the moment of a system crash. Compare RAM.

File Extension Dictionary

Core Software Tech CORE IDC Bitmap

English Synonym and Antonym Dictionary

cores|cored|coringsyn.: CORE Congress of Racial Equality burden center core group effect essence gist heart heart and soul inwardness kernel marrow meat nitty-gritty nub nucleus pith substance sum