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resistance

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[ri'zistəns]
danh từ
 (resistance to somebody / something) sự chống cự; sự kháng cự
 a passive resistance
 sự kháng cự thụ động
 to break down, overcome, put an end to armed resistance
 bẻ gãy, chế ngự, tiêu diệt một cuộc kháng cự có vũ trang
 the demonstrators offered little or no resistance to the police
 những người biểu tình ít hoặc không kháng cự lại cảnh sát
 the factory had to overcome its resistance to new technology
 nhà máy phải khắc phục tình trạng chống lại việc áp dụng công nghệ mới
 a low wind resistance
 sức cản gió thấp (trong khí động học)
 (vật lý) điện trở
 resistance box
 hộp điện trở
 sự chịu đựng; sức đề kháng
 to build up (a) resistance to infection
 tạo sức đề kháng chống lại bệnh truyền nhiễm
 (the Resistance) phong trào kháng chiến
 a resistance war
 cuộc kháng chiến
 a resistance fighter
 chiến sĩ của phong trào kháng chiến
 sự đối kháng
 market resistance
 tình trạng thị trường không chấp nhận (một sản phẩm mới trên thị trường)
 to make, offer, put up resistance to administrative reforms
 chống lại những cải cách hành chính
 tính chống, sức bền, độ chịu
 frictional resistance
 độ chịu ma sát
 resistance to corrosion
 tính chống ăn mòn
 to take the line of least resistance
 chọn con đường dễ nhất; chọn phương pháp dễ nhất

noun
1. the action of opposing something that you disapprove or disagree with (Freq. 6)
- he encountered a general feeling of resistance from many citizens
- despite opposition from the newspapers he went ahead
Syn:
opposition
Derivationally related forms:
oppose (for: opposition)
Hypernyms:
action
Hyponyms:
lockout, reaction, anti-takeover defense
2. any mechanical force that tends to retard or oppose motion (Freq. 4)
Hypernyms:
mechanical phenomenon
Hyponyms:
friction, rubbing, acoustic resistance, acoustic impedance, acoustic reactance,
drag, retarding force
3. a material's opposition to the flow of electric current;
measured in ohms (Freq. 2)
Syn:
electric resistance, electrical resistance, impedance, resistivity, ohmic resistance
Derivationally related forms:
resistive (for: resistivity)
Hypernyms:
electrical phenomenon
Hyponyms:
ohmage
4. the military action of resisting the enemy's advance (Freq. 1)
- the enemy offered little resistance
Derivationally related forms:
resist
Topics:
military, armed forces, armed services, military machine, war machine
Hypernyms:
military action, action
5. (medicine) the condition in which an organism can resist disease
Syn:
immunity
Derivationally related forms:
resistant, immune (for: immunity)
Topics:
medicine, medical specialty
Hypernyms:
condition, status
Hyponyms:
immunogenicity, acquired immunity, natural immunity, innate immunity
6. the capacity of an organism to defend itself against harmful environmental agents
- these trees are widely planted because of their resistance to salt and smog
Hypernyms:
capability, capacity
7. a secret group organized to overthrow a government or occupation force
Syn:
underground
Derivationally related forms:
underground (for: underground)
Hypernyms:
revolutionary group
Hyponyms:
Maquis
8. the degree of unresponsiveness of a disease-causing microorganism to antibiotics or other drugs (as in penicillin-resistant bacteria)
Derivationally related forms:
resistant
Topics:
bacteria, bacterium
Hypernyms:
unresponsiveness, deadness
9. (psychiatry) an unwillingness to bring repressed feelings into conscious awareness
Derivationally related forms:
resistant
Topics:
psychiatry, psychopathology, psychological medicine
Hypernyms:
unwillingness, involuntariness
10. an electrical device that resists the flow of electrical current
Syn:
resistor
Hypernyms:
electrical device
Hyponyms:
ballast resistor, ballast, barretter, potential divider, voltage divider,
rheostat, variable resistor
Part Holonyms:
circuit, electrical circuit, electric circuit
11. group action in opposition to those in power
Derivationally related forms:
resistant, resist
Hypernyms:
group action
Hyponyms:
confrontation, opposition, sales resistance, defiance, dispute,
contravention, obstructionism, protest, objection, dissent, rebellion,
insubordination, rebelliousness

resistance

► n.

1. Opposition.


▪ 2.\n

Rebuff, check, hindrance.

► noun

(Counteraction): counteraction, opposition, contrariety, antagonism, polarity, clashing, collision, interference, resistance, friction, reaction, retroaction, recoil, neutralization, check, hindrance, resistance, repression, restraint.

► noun

(Counteraction): counteraction, opposition, contrariety, antagonism, polarity, clashing, collision, interference, resistance, friction, reaction, retroaction, recoil, neutralization, check, hindrance, resistance, repression, restraint.

► noun

(Opposition): opposition, antagonism, counteraction, cross fire, undercurrent, clashing, collision, conflict, competition, rivalry, resistance, restraint, hindrance, contestation.

► noun

(Defense): defense, protection, guard, shielding, preservation, self-defense, self-preservation, resistance, safeguard, safety, bunker, shelter, camouflage.

► noun

(Resistance): resistance, stand, opposition, rebuff, insurrection, disobedience, strike, demonstration, riot, disorder.

► noun

(Counteraction): counteraction, opposition, contrariety, antagonism, polarity, clashing, collision, interference, resistance, friction, reaction, retroaction, recoil, neutralization, check, hindrance, resistance, repression, restraint.

► noun

(Counteraction): counteraction, opposition, contrariety, antagonism, polarity, clashing, collision, interference, resistance, friction, reaction, retroaction, recoil, neutralization, check, hindrance, resistance, repression, restraint.

► noun

(Opposition): opposition, antagonism, counteraction, cross fire, undercurrent, clashing, collision, conflict, competition, rivalry, resistance, restraint, hindrance, contestation.

► noun

(Defense): defense, protection, guard, shielding, preservation, self-defense, self-preservation, resistance, safeguard, safety, bunker, shelter, camouflage.

► noun

(Resistance): resistance, stand, opposition, rebuff, insurrection, disobedience, strike, demonstration, riot, disorder.