I. Dùng"revolt" như verb
1. Mang nghĩa"nổi dậy, khởi nghĩa, nổi loạn (chống lại nhà cầm quyền)"
=to try to remove the government of your country using force/to say that you will not accept someone’s authority or leadership
- The Poles revolted several times in the 19th century.
- When people revolt, they make an illegal and often violent attempt to change their country's political system.
- In 1375 the townspeople revolted.
- Zanzibar's fortunes declined after the islanders revolted against the sultanate in 1964
- People revolted against their wicked rulers (IELTS TUTOR giải thích: nhân dân nổi lên chống lại bọn cầm quyền độc ác)
- Several players revolted against their new coach.
2. Mang nghĩa"chống lại"
=to refuse to accept something such as a law or a decision
- In 1992 the Serbs revolted against separation from Yugoslavia.
3. Mang nghĩa"làm ghê tởm, làm chán ghét"
=if someone or something revolts you, they are so unpleasant that you feel slightly ill
II. Dùng"revolt" như noun
Mang nghĩa"cuộc nổi dậy, cuộc khởi nghĩa, cuộc nổi loạn"
=an attempt to remove the government of a country using force/A revolt is an illegal and often violent attempt by a group of people to change their country's political system.
- the peasants’ revolt of June 1381
- Students rose in revolt against the government.
- It's the revolt against traditional American morality. (IELTS TUTOR giải thích: Đó là cuộc nổi dậy chống lại đạo đức truyền thống của Mỹ)
- He visited Rajahmundry to suppress a revolt. (IELTS TUTOR giải thích: Ông ta đến Rajahmundry để đàn áp một cuộc khởi nghĩa)
- He played the lead in the revolt. (IELTS TUTOR giải thích: Anh ta cầm đầu cuộc nổi loạn)
- The successful revolt was led by Barfield. (IELTS TUTOR giải thích: Cuộc khởi nghĩa thắng lợi là do Barfield lãnh đạo)
- It was undeniably a revolt by ordinary people against their leaders.
- The newly-occupied Italian colony of Libya rose in revolt in 1914.
- The prime minister is facing a revolt by party activists over his refusal to hold a referendum.
- Soon the entire armed forces were in open revolt.