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context /ˈkɒntekst $ ˈkɑːn-/ noun [uncountable and countable]

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[TahlilGaran] Persian Dictionary

- circumstances, ambience, conditions, situation
- frame of reference, background, connection, framework, relation

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

context S2 W2 AC /ˈkɒntekst $ ˈkɑːn-/ noun [uncountable and countable]
[Word Family: verb: contextualize; noun: context; adverb: contextually; adjective: contextual]
[Date: 1400-1500; Language: Latin; Origin: contextus 'connection of words', from contexere 'to weave together', from com- ( ⇒ COM-) + texere 'to weave']

1. the situation, events, or information that are related to something and that help you to understand it
political/social/historical etc context
the political context of the election
place/put/see etc something in context
To appreciate what these changes will mean, it is necessary to look at them in context.
in the context of something
These incidents are best understood in the broader context of developments in rural society.

2. the words that come just before and after a word or sentence and that help you understand its meaning:
The meaning of ‘mad’ depends on its context.

3. take/quote something out of context to repeat part of what someone has said or written without describing the situation in which it was said, so that it means something quite different:
His comments, taken out of context, seem harsh.

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

ADJ. broad, general, larger, overall, wider You can't just look at it in terms of the immediate problem. You've got to see it in a wider context.
narrow | immediate A work which transcends its immediate historical context and speaks to later generations.
correct, proper, real, right | appropriate, realistic, relevant to present examples of language in use in an appropriate context
certain, given, particular, specific These actions only have meaning within certain specific contexts.
original | changed, changing, different, new, novel | meaningful Children need meaningful contexts for their work in science.
neutral | contemporary, modern | everyday, normal | global, international, local, national, regional | human It is natural to find conflict in the work environment, in the family, or any other human context.
communicative, conversational | experimental, practical, theoretical | classroom, school | business, commercial, cultural, economic, educational, fictional, geographical, historical, legal, literary, political, religious, social | Christian, Islamic, etc. | African, Asian, etc.
VERB + CONTEXT offer (sb), provide (sb with) Institutions provide a context in which individuals can take on different roles.
place sth in, put sth into, set sth in This speech needs to be set in the context of Britain in the 1960s.
consider/examine/look at/see/understand/view sth in His decision can only be understood in context.
quote sth out of, take sth out of Her reply was quoted out of context and seemed to mean something quite different from what she had intended.
PREP. in (a/the) ~ Similar problems have arisen in other contexts.
within a/the ~ You've got to look at these remarks within the context of the recent scandals.
~ for a neutral context for sharing and debating ideas
PHRASES a range/variety of contexts

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary


the social/political/historical etc context
You often need to understand the cultural context of jokes.
a wider/broader/larger context (=a more general situation, set of events etc)
It’s important to look at the story in the wider context of medieval Spain.
an international/European/British etc context
We study the work of these artists in their European context.
a general context
This problem is occurring within a general context of economic difficulty.
see something in the context of something (=consider and understand something in relation to a particular situation)
His life and work must be seen in the context of his youth.
look at/examine etc something in context
Although this does not seem to be a good result, let’s examine it in context.
put something in/into context (=consider something in context)
These statistics need to be put into context.
place/set something in context (=consider something in context)
The issue must be placed within its historical context.
provide a context for something
The study provides a context for future research.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

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