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comment /ˈkɒment $ ˈkɑː-/ noun
comment verb [intransitive and transitive]

توضیح ، تفسیر نوشتن ، تعبیر کردن ، کامپیوتر: توضیح ، عمران: نظریه

: comment (on)

نظریه ، تفسیر کردن ، قانون ـ فقه: نظریه دادن
مهندسی صنایع: تولید: توضیحات الکترونیک: توضیح ، کامپیوتر: نظریه ، عمران: توضیح ، تفسیر، تعبیر، تفسیر نوشتن ، تعبیر کردن کامپیوتر: توضیح کامپیوتر: توضیحات

[TahlilGaran] Persian Dictionary

- remark, observation, statement
- note, annotation, commentary, explanation, exposition, illustration
- remark, mention, note, observe, point out, say, utter
- annotate, elucidate, explain, interpret
Related Words: construe, elucidate, explain, explicate, expound, annotate, gloss
English Thesaurus: comment, remark, point, observation, aside, ...

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

I. comment1 S1 W2 AC /ˈkɒment $ ˈkɑː-/ noun
[Word Family: noun: comment, commentary; verb: comment]
[Date: 1300-1400; Language: Late Latin; Origin: commentum, from Latin, 'invention', from comminisci 'to invent']

1. [uncountable and countable] an opinion that you express about someone or something Synonym : remark
comment on/about
his comments about asylum seekers
He was fined for making abusive comments to the referee.
no comment (=used by people in public life when they do not want to answer questions)

2. [uncountable] criticism or discussion of something someone has said or done:
The speech received much comment in the press.

3. be a comment on something to be a sign of the bad quality of something:
The number of adults who cannot read is a sad comment on the quality of our schools.

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

II. comment2 S3 W3 AC verb [intransitive and transitive]
[Word Family: noun: comment, commentary; verb: comment]
to express an opinion about someone or something Synonym : remark
comment on
People were always commenting on his size.
comment that
Smith’s lawyer commented that the decision was ‘outrageous’.

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

ADJ. brief | fair, favourable What she said was (a) fair comment.
adverse, derogatory, disparaging, hostile, negative, sad, unfair, unfavourable The attack is a sad comment on the public's understanding of mental illness.
critical Highly critical comments have been made about the conduct of some ministers. a book with critical comment on the various strands of feminism
caustic, ironic, sarcastic, sardonic, scathing, wry | constructive, helpful | cryptic | incisive, interesting, perceptive, shrewd | uninformed | general | detailed | casual, off-the-cuff, passing, throwaway He made a few casual comments to her about her hair and now she's gone and chopped it all off! This idea deserves more than passing comment.
editorial, official, personal, press, public Editorial comment in ‘The Guardian’ tended to support the government in this matter.
written | political, social Her novels were a vehicle for shrewd social comment.
VERB + COMMENT have, make, pass If you have any comments, please send them to the above address. She made a cryptic comment about how the film mirrored her life. I would prefer not to pass comment before I have more information on the case.
attract, cause, draw, elicit, excite The programme attracted much adverse comment.
invite, welcome The school has invited comments from parents about the new curriculum.
receive We have received many helpful comments from fellow-sufferers.
PREP. without ~ She accepted his diagnosis without comment.
~ about/on a general comment on the weather
PHRASES be available/not available/unavailable for comment The minister was unavailable for comment last night.
no comment When asked about the rumours, the chairman replied, ‘no comment’.
a source of comment His visits were the source of much comment.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

ADV. favourably | adversely, critically, unfavourably | bitterly | drily, wryly | publicly
VERB + COMMENT decline to, refuse to The minister refused to comment on the affair.
PREP. about People were commenting about her gifts and abilities.
on He commented favourably on the proposals.
to She commented to me that she liked it.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary


make a comment
Everyone was making appreciative comments about the delicious food.
have a comment (=want to make a comment)
Do you have any comments on that, David?
pass (a) comment British English (=give an opinion)
He looked at my photos but he didn’t pass comment.
invite comment(s) (=ask people to give an opinion)
The website invites comments from people who visit it.
welcome comments (=be glad to hear people’s opinions)
We would welcome your comments and suggestions.
receive comments
It is very helpful to receive comments from the public.
a brief/quick comment
I just want to make a very brief comment.
a helpful/constructive comment (=one that helps you make progress)
Pay close attention to your teacher’s constructive comments.
a positive/negative comment
There were some very positive comments in the report.
a critical comment
The school has received critical comments from inspectors.
(a) fair comment (=a criticism that is reasonable)
I accepted as fair comment 90% of what he said.
a snide comment (=unkind and made in a secret or indirect way)
She made some really snide comments about you when you weren’t here.
a disparaging/derogatory comment (=criticizing someone or something in an unpleasant way)
Never make disparaging comments about a colleague’s work.
a scathing/damning comment (=a very critical one)
There were a lot of scathing comments about the film.
an appreciative comment (=showing that you think something is good or nice)
Appreciative comments may improve your staff’s performance.
a sarcastic comment (=in which you say the opposite of what you mean, as an unkind joke)
I tried to stay calm, despite his sarcastic comments.
a casual comment (=not very serious or important)
I only made a casual comment about finding the work a bit boring.
a passing comment (=a quick comment made without thinking about it very carefully)
She got upset about a passing comment I made about her clothes.
a shrewd comment (=good at judging people or situations)
His newspaper article is always full of shrewd comments.
a wry comment (=saying that something is bad in an amusing way)
‘Perhaps the food could be improved,’ was the wry comment of one prisoner.
a bitter comment (=an angry one)
Several pensioners passed some bitter comments.
a public comment
The jury are forbidden from making public comments.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

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