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resource /rɪˈzɔːs, -ˈsɔːs $ ˈriːsɔːrs/ noun
resource /rɪˈzɔːs, -ˈsɔːs $ -ˈsɔːrs/ verb [transitive usually passive]


وسیله ، کاردانی ، منبع ، ممر ، مایه ، ابتکار ، کامپیوتر: وسیله ، بازرگانی: ماخذ
مهندسی صنایع: منبع ، وسیله مهندسی صنایع: نیروی انسانی: منبع
نت: منبع-وسیله
تولید: منبع الکترونیک: منبع ، وسیله ، کامپیوتر: منبع ، ماخذ ، اقتصاد: منبع ، وسیله ، کاردانی ، منبع ، ممر، مایه ، ابتکار کامپیوتر: منبع

[TahlilGaran] Persian Dictionary

resource
[noun]
Synonyms:
- ingenuity, ability, capability, cleverness, initiative, inventiveness
- means, course, device, expedient, resort
Related Words: contraption, contrivance, device, lash-up, creation, invention, fashion, manner, method, mode, system, way, means, measure, step, artifice, dodge, stratagem, subterfuge, hope, opportunity, possibility, relief

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

I. resource1 S2 W1 AC /rɪˈzɔːs, -ˈsɔːs $ ˈriːsɔːrs/ noun
[Date: 1600-1700; Language: French; Origin: ressource, from Old French resourdre 'to rise again, relieve', from Latin resurgere; resurgence]

1. LAND/OIL/COAL ETC [countable usually plural] something such as useful land, or minerals such as oil or coal, that exists in a country and can be used to increase its wealth:
Canada’s vast mineral resources
a country rich in natural resources

2. MONEY/PROPERTY ETC resources [plural] all the money, property, skills etc that you have available to use when you need them:
She had no financial resources.
Only limited resources are available to the police.
pool your resources (=put together all the resources that each of you can provide)human resources

3. PERSONAL QUALITIES resources [plural] personal qualities, such as courage and determination, that you need to deal with a difficult situation:
He proved that he has considerable inner resources.

4. EDUCATIONAL [countable] something such as a book, film, or picture used by teachers or students to provide information:
resources for learning
a valuable new computer resource
resource room/centre

5. PRACTICAL ABILITY [uncountable] formal the ability to deal with practical problems Synonym : resourcefulness:
a man of great resource

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

II. resource2 AC /rɪˈzɔːs, -ˈsɔːs $ -ˈsɔːrs/ verb [transitive usually passive]
to provide money or other resources for something:
The program wasn’t adequately resourced.

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

resource
noun
ADJ. considerable, enormous, large, major, substantial The library is an enormous resource for historians of medieval France.
important, vital | adequate, sufficient | limited, meagre, scarce | renewable, sustainable, unlimited | finite, limited, non-renewable | available | additional, extra | invaluable, useful, valuable Time is your most valuable resource, especially in examinations.
untapped | natural | material, physical | energy, mineral, oil, water | capital, economic, financial The school has limited financial resources.
human, staff | information, learning, library, teaching The database could be used as a teaching resource in colleges.
national | inner, personal She is someone of considerable personal resources.
VERB + RESOURCE be rich in, have Australia is a country rich in natural resources. We do not have the resources (= the money) to update our computer software.
lack | pool, share We'll get by if we pool our resources.
allocate, distribute, provide | divert, reallocate, redistribute the government's role in diverting resources into social policies
draw on, exploit, manage, mobilize, tap, use to mobilize resources in the community to provide shelter for the homeless We need to manage our resources better.
deplete, use up | squander, waste | conserve
RESOURCE + NOUN centre | allocation, management | depletion | constraints, implications
PHRASES access to resources, the allocation/distribution/provision of resources, the exploitation of resources, a lack of resources, the use of resources We must make the most efficient use of the available resources.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

resource

natural resources
We support the sustainable use of natural resources.
mineral resources
This area is rich in mineral resources.
energy resources
The country has few energy resources of its own.
water resources
Botswana expressed growing concern over its dwindling water resources.
oil resources
oil resources in the North Sea
a renewable resource (=one that replaces itself naturally, or is easily replaced)
Trees are a renewable resource.
a non-renewable resource
We should reduce our use of non-renewable resources.
a finite resource (=one which is limited in amount, so that it will no longer exist if people continue to use it)
Crude oil is a finite resource.
a national resource
High-quality agricultural land is a national resource.
use resources
Modern products use fewer natural resources.
exploit resources
He exploited the mineral resources which he found under his lands.
tap resources (=take them from an area)
Several nations are eager to tap the mineral resources in Antarctica.
be rich in resources
Swaziland is rich in natural resources.
have resources
Do the police have the resources they need?
use resources (also make use of resources)
We must use our resources efficiently.
waste resources
We cannot afford to waste our resources on fighting each other.
allocate resources (=give them to a particular person, organization etc)
I spoke to the official who was in charge of allocating the funds.
pool your resources (=put together the resources that each of you have)
They decided to pool their resources and buy a business together.
financial/economic resources
Lack of financial resources can result in homelessness.
material resources
Most people lack the material resources to be able to deal with periods of unemployment.
limited/scarce resources
We have very limited resources.
available resources
The aim was to make use of all available resources.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

resource
noun
BAD: Tourism is the main resource of money for these people.
GOOD: Tourism is the main source of money for these people.
BAD: Teachers are often regarded as a resource of knowledge.
GOOD: Teachers are often regarded as a source of knowledge.

Usage Note:
resource = (1) something that can be used to make a particular task or activity easier: 'All the teaching resources - books, cassettes and so on - are kept in a special room.' (2) something that a country has and uses to create wealth, such as oil or natural gas: 'Brunei is rich in natural resources.'
source = the place where something comes from or the thing from which we can get it: 'We collect the information from various sources.' 'Beans and lentils are a very good source of protein.'

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Common Errors


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