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|■||sự làm cho văn minh, sự khai hoá|
|■||nền văn minh|
|⁃||the civilization of mankind|
|nền văn minh của loài người|
|■||những nước văn minh, những dân tộc văn minh|
civilizationn.1) to introduce; spread civilization 2) to create a civilization 3) to destroy, stamp out civilization 4) an ancient; modern civilization
civilizationnounBAD: Each country has its own civilization and ideology.
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GOOD: Each country has its own culture and ideology.BAD: American civilization is very different from that of Japan.GOOD: American culture is very different from that of Japan.civilization = (a society or group of societies having) a way of life that is considered to be advanced in terms of culture and social organization: “The remote mountain villages are still untouched by modern civilization.” “The film examines the ancient civilizations of Greece and Rome, and their contributions to Western society.”culture = art, music, literature, etc especially that which is produced by a particular society or group of societies: “Visitors to Singapore discover a happy marriage of western and oriental cultures.” “The Samba is an important part of Brazilian culture.”
civilization▸ noun1a higher stage of civilization: HUMAN DEVELOPMENT, advancement, progress, enlightenment, culture, refinement, sophistication.
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2ancient civilizations: CULTURE, society, nation, people.
|waste products of civilization: sản phẩm của nền văn minh|
* danh từ – sự làm cho văn minh, sự khai hoá – nền văn minh the civilization of mankind ~ nền văn minh của loài người – những nước văn minh, những dân tộc văn minh
civilizationor civilisation■ noun 1》 an advanced stage or system of human social development. ⁃ the process of achieving civilization. 2》 a civilized nation or region.
noun1. a society in an advanced state of social development (e.g., with complex legal and political and religious organizations) ( Freq. 17)– the people slowly progressed from barbarism to civilization • Syn: civilisation• Derivationally related forms: civilize• Topics: politics , political science , government • Hypernyms: society • Hyponyms: Islam , Muslimism2. the social process whereby societies achieve an advanced stage of development and organization • Syn: civilisation• Derivationally related forms: civilise (for: civilisation ) • Hypernyms: social process3. a particular society at a particular time and place– early Mayan civilization • Syn: culture , civilisation• Derivationally related forms: acculturate (for: culture )• Topics: archeology , archaeology • Hypernyms: society • Hyponyms:Aegean civilization , Aegean civilisation , Aegean culture , Helladic civilization , Helladic civilisation , Helladic culture , Indus civilization , Minoan civilization , Minoan civilisation , Minoan culture , Mycenaean civilization , Mycenaean civilisation , Mycenaean culture , Paleo-American culture , Paleo-Amerind culture , Paleo-Indian culture , Western culture , Western civilization • Part Meronyms: subculture4. the quality of excellence in thought and manners and taste– a man of intellectual refinement- he is remembered for his generosity and civilization • Syn: refinement , civilisation• Derivationally related forms: civilise (for: civilisation ), civilize • Hypernyms: excellence