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origin /ˈɒrədʒən, ˈɒrɪdʒən $ ˈɔː-, ˈɑː-/ noun [uncountable and countable]


منبع ، اساس ، نژاد ، مایه ، مبداء ، منشاء ، نقطه شروع ، خاستگاه ، اصل ، بنیاد ، منشا ، مبدا ، سرچشمه ، علت ، کامپیوتر: سرچشمه ، معماری: منشاء ، قانون ـ فقه: منشاء ، موجب ، روانشناسی: منشاء ، زیست شناسی: خاستگاه ، بازرگانی: منشاء ، اغاز ، علوم هوایی: مبدا ، علوم نظامی: سرچشمه دهانه لوله
الکترونیک: منبع ، اساس ، مبدای ، اصل ، سرچشمه ، کامپیوتر: خاستگاه ، زیست شناسی: مبدای ، منشای ، فقهی: اصل ، مبدا ، نژاد ، موجب ، حقوق: مبدا ، منشای ، بازرگانی: مبدا ، هواپیمایی: خاستگاه ، مبدای ، سرچشمه ، مایه ، اصل ، منشای ، معماری: اصل ، مبدای ، نقطه شروع ، سرچشمه دهانه لوله ، علوم نظامی: خاستگاه ، منشای ، روانشناسی: مبدای ، منشای ، اصل ، نقطه شروع ، اغاز ، اقتصاد: خاستگاه ، اصل ، بنیاد، منشا، مبدا، سرچشمه ، علت کامپیوتر: منبع ، سرچشمه

[TahlilGaran] Persian Dictionary

origin
[noun]
Synonyms:
- root, base, basis, derivation, fount, fountainhead, source, wellspring
- beginning, birth, creation, emergence, foundation, genesis, inception, launch, start
Related Words: maternity, parentage, paternity
English Thesaurus: beginning, start, commencement, origin, the onset of something, ...

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

origin W2 /ˈɒrədʒən, ˈɒrɪdʒən $ ˈɔː-, ˈɑː-/ noun [uncountable and countable]
[Word Family: noun: origin, original, originality, originator; verb: originate; adverb: originally; adjective: originalUNORIGINAL]
[Date: 1500-1600; Language: French; Origin: origine, from Latin origo, from oriri 'to rise']

1. (also origins) [plural] the place or situation in which something begins to exist
origin of
a new theory to explain the origins of the universe
in origin
Most coughs are viral in origin.
The word is French in origin.
The tradition has its origins in the Middle Ages.
old folk tales of unknown origin
country/place of origin (=where something came from)
All meat should be clearly labelled with its country of origin.

2. (also origins) [plural] the country, race, or type of family which someone comes from ⇒ extraction
of French/German/Asian etc origin
Two thirds of the pupils are of Asian origin.
The form asks for information about the person’s ethnic origin.
Immigrants rarely return to their country of origin.
She never forgot her humble origins.

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

origin
noun
I. time/place/reason that sth starts
ADJ. common | doubtful, obscure, unknown a letter of doubtful origin
true | ancient, early, primitive | recent The term ‘black hole’ is of very recent origin.
immediate The development had its immediate origins in discussions with management.
African, English, etc. | foreign | local | mixed | natural | supernatural | environmental, geographical, historical, intellectual | animal, human, mineral, plant, vegetable foods of animal origin We shouldn't forget our animal origins.
VERB + ORIGIN have, share The vases share common origins.
investigate, trace | owe Population genetics owes its origin to Francis Galton.
explain | reflect
ORIGIN + VERB go back to sth, lie in sth The origins of Gdansk go back to the tenth century.
PREP. in ~ The rock is volcanic in origin.
of … ~ a painting of unknown origin
PHRASES sth's country of origin Bottles are labelled by country of origin.
have its origin in sth The dispute had its origin in the Battle of Wakefield.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

origin
II. family, race, class, etc, that a person comes from
ADJ. African, English, etc. | foreign | mixed | class, ethnic, national, racial, social | middle-class, noble, peasant, slave, working-class | humble, lowly He had risen from humble origins through hard work.
VERB + ORIGIN trace Their family can trace its origins back to the Norman Conquest.
betray Her accent betrayed her working-class origins.
PREP. by ~ He is a Londoner by origin.
in ~ Her family is Portuguese in origin.
of … ~ He was of lowly origins.
PHRASES sb's country of origin

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

origin

a common origin (=a place or situation in which different things all started to exist)
It may be that all life on Earth has a common origin.
of recent origin (=having started to exist only a short time ago)
This particular theory is of very recent origin.
of unknown origin (=used to say that no one knows where, when, or how something started)
an ancient folk tale of unknown origin
of doubtful origin (=unknown and possibly suspicious)
The fire was still being treated as of doubtful origin.
sth’s historical/geographical/political etc origins
This type of story has its historical origins in eighteenth century gothic novels.
the geographical origins of the plant
have its origin in something (=begin to exist)
The ceremony has its origins in medieval times.
trace its origins to something (=used to say that something can find evidence that it began to exist at a particular time or in a particular place)
The Roman Catholic Church traces its origins back to the 4th century.
trace the origin of something (=find where, when etc something began to exist)
It’s difficult to trace the origin of some words.
owe its origins to something (=used to explain how something began to exist)
a government which owes its origins to revolution
sth’s origins lie in something (=something comes from a particular place or or develops from a particular situation)
a grape whose origins lie in northern Italy
The technique’s origins lie in the popular arts of the time.
sth’s origins go back to something (=used to say when or how something began)
The school’s origins go back to the 12th century.
investigate the origin of something (=try to find out where, when etc something began to exist)
researchers investigating the origin of AIDS
the country/place of origin (=the country or place where something is made or produced)
The rugs are somewhat cheaper in their country of origin.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary


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