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body /ˈbɒdi $ ˈbɑːdi/ noun (plural bodies)


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: body (jf)

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[TahlilGaran] Persian Dictionary

body
[noun]
Synonyms:
- physique, build, figure, form, frame, shape
- torso, trunk
- corpse, cadaver, carcass, dead body, remains, stiff (slang)
- organization, association, band, bloc, collection, company, confederation, congress, corporation, society
- main part, bulk, essence, mass, material, matter, substance
Contrasted words: angle, aspect, facet, feature, side, accessory, extension, offshoot, side issue
Related Words: majority, sum, total, whole, basis, crux, fundamental, gravamen, gist, pith, input, extent, range, number, stock
English Thesaurus: body, figure, build, physique, corpse, ...

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

body S1 W1 /ˈbɒdi $ ˈbɑːdi/ noun (plural bodies)
[Language: Old English; Origin: bodig]

1. PEOPLE/ANIMALS [countable] the physical structure of a person or animal:
the human body
My fingers were numb and my whole body ached.
body weight/temperature/size
Your body temperature is higher in the daytime than at night.
For their body size, these birds lay very small eggs.
He needs to overcome a negative body image (=what you think about your own body).

2. DEAD PERSON [countable] the dead body of a person:
A dog found the body of a girl in the woods.

3. GROUP [countable] a group of people who work together to do a particular job or who are together for a particular purpose:
The British Medical Association is the doctors’ professional body.
body of
There were reports of a large body of armed men near the border.
Kaplan served on the governing body of the museum (=the group who control the museum).
The student body (=all the students in a school or college) numbers 5,000.
The research will be used by government departments and other public bodies (=groups whose work is connected to the government).
in a body (=as a group, together)
The women moved towards the building in a body.

4. body of something
a) a large amount or mass of something, especially something that has been collected
body of knowledge/evidence/opinion etc
There is now a considerable body of knowledge of the different stages of childhood.
There is a growing body of evidence that charges are too high.
b) the main, central, or most important part of something:
The arguments are explained in the body of the text.
Leave three blank lines between the date and the body of the letter.

5. body of water a large area of water such as a lake:
The city was built near a large body of water.

6. MIDDLE PART [countable] the central part of a person or animal’s body, not including the head, arms, legs, or wings:
Nick had bruises on his face and body.
The bird has a small body and long wings.

7. VEHICLE [countable] the main structure of a vehicle not including the engine, wheels etc:
Workers at the factory are making steel bodies for cars.

8. OBJECT [countable] technical an object that is separate from other objects:
Keep the caps on the bottles to prevent foreign bodies entering them (=objects that should not be there).heavenly body at heavenly(3)

9. HAIR [uncountable] if your hair has body, it is thick and healthy:
This shampoo will give more body to your hair.

10. TASTE [uncountable] if food or an alcoholic drink has body, it has a strong flavour (=taste):
A small amount of tomato paste will give extra colour and body to the sauce.

11. full/medium/light-bodied used to describe how much taste an alcoholic drink has, with a full bodied drink having the strongest taste:
a full bodied wine

12. long/thick etc -bodied having a long, thick etc body:
a slim bodied orange-gold fishable-bodied

13. keep body and soul together to continue to exist with only just enough food, money etc:
He’s working at the shop to keep body and soul together.

14. body and soul
a) completely:
She threw herself body and soul into her work.
b) the whole of a person:
They think they own the employees, body and soul.

15. INSTRUMENT [countable] the wide part of a musical instrument such as a violin or guitar, or of a sports racket (=bat):
The guitar is 16 inches wide across the body.

16. CLOTHING [countable] British English a type of tight-fitting shirt worn by women that fastens between their legs Synonym : body suit American English
over my dead body at dead1(11)

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

body
noun
I. whole physical form of a person/an animal
ADJ. whole Her whole body trembled.
upper | lower | healthy | human
BODY + NOUN heat, temperature | shape, size, weight to maintain your ideal body weight
fat | odour | language
PREP. in the/your ~ Extreme heat may cause changes in the body.
on the/your ~ She still had the marks from the ropes on her body.
PHRASES part of the body, sell your body (= to work as a prostitute)

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

body
II. dead human body
ADJ. dead | decomposed, decomposing | bloated
VERB + BODY examine | bury, cremate, embalm | exhume
PREP. on a/the ~ A diary was found on the body.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

body
III. amount of sth
ADJ. large, substantial, vast a large body of evidence
PHRASES a body of water The two islands are separated by a large body of water.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

body
IV. main part of sth
ADJ. main The bar is in the main body of the hotel.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

body
V. group of people who work/act together
ADJ. advisory, corporate, executive, governing, legislative, professional, statutory | national, public | government, student | independent | voluntary | elected | politic (always after body) Freedom of speech is necessary for the health of the body politic.
VERB + BODY create, establish, form, set up | elect
PREP. in a ~ The students marched in a body to the government offices.
 ⇒ Note at ORGANIZATION

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

body
VI. object
ADJ. foreign They removed a foreign body from her eye.
celestial, heavenly Stars are celestial bodies.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

body

the human body
There are billions of cells in an adult human body.
the female/male body
his drawings of the female body
the upper/lower body
Slowly raise your upper body into a sitting position.
sb’s whole body
Her whole body froze with fear.
body weight
You have exactly the right body weight for your height.
body temperature
Exercise will raise your body temperature.
body size/shape
differences in body size and shape
body fluids
Replace your body fluids by drinking lots of water.
body fat
Males have less body fat than females.
body language (=the movements and expressions that show what you feel)
Nervousness is usually clearly expressed in body language.
body image (=what you think you look like)
People tend to have their own body image fixed in their minds.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

body
noun
DUBIOUS: His dead body was flown back home for burial.
GOOD: His body was flown back home for burial.

Usage Note:
When it is clear from the context that the person referred to is dead, use body (WITHOUT dead ): 'The police found his body floating in the river.'

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Common Errors

body
ˈbɔdɪ
See: keep body and soul together

[TahlilGaran] English Idioms Dictionary


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