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root /ruːt/ noun [countable]

جذر ، بیخ ، (گ.ش). ریشه ، بن ، اصل ، (درجمع) اصول ، بنیاد ، بنیان ، پایه ، اساس ، سرچشمه ، زمینه ، ریشه کن کردن ، داد زدن ، غریدن ، از عددی ریشه گرفتن ، ریشه دار کردن ، علوم مهندسی: پای دندانه ، کامپیوتر: ریشه ، معماری: ریشه ، قانون ـ فقه: اصل ، شیمی: ریشه ، بازرگانی: ریشه ، علوم هوایی: ریشه
الکترونیک: ریشه ، کامپیوتر: ریشه گرفتن ، جذر ، ریشه ، شیمی: اصل ، فقهی: ریشه ، اساس ، پایه ، پای دندانه ، علوم مهندسی: بیخ ، ریشه ، هواپیمایی: ریشه ، معماری: ریشه ، اقتصاد(: گ.ش ).ریشه ، بن ، اصل ،( درجمع )اصول ، بنیاد، بنیان ، پایه ، اساس ، سرچشمه ، زمینه ، ریشه کن کردن ، داد زدن ، غریدن ، از عددی ریشه گرفتن ، ریشه دار کردن کامپیوتر: اصل ، ریشه

[TahlilGaran] Persian Dictionary

- stem, rhizome, tuber
- source, base, bottom, cause, core, foundation, heart, nucleus, origin, seat, seed
- roots: sense of belonging, birthplace, cradle, family, heritage, home, origins
- establish, anchor, fasten, fix, ground, implant, moor, set, stick
dig, burrow, ferret
Antonyms: uproot
Related Words: basis, foundation, ground
English Thesaurus: origin/origins, source, root, the birthplace of something, the cradle of something, ...

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

I. root1 S2 W2 /ruːt/ noun [countable]
[Date: 1100-1200; Language: Old Norse; Origin: rot]

1. PLANT the part of a plant or tree that grows under the ground and gets water from the soil:
tree roots
These plants produce a number of thin roots.root crop, root vegetable

2. CAUSE OF A PROBLEM the main cause of a problem
be/lie at the root of something (=be the cause of something)
Allergies are at the root of a lot of health problems.
The love of money is the root of all evil.
A competent mechanic should be able to get to the root of the problem (=find out the cause of a problem).
the root causes of crime

3. ORIGIN/MAIN PART the origin or main part of something such as a custom, law, activity etc, from which other things have developed
root in
a legal system with roots in English common law
Jazz has its roots in the folk songs of the southern states of the US.
be/lie at the root of something
the liberal economic policies which lie at the root of American power

4. FAMILY CONNECTION sb’s roots your relation to a place because you were born there, or your family used to live there:
immigrants keeping in touch with their cultural roots
Alex Haley’s story about his search for his roots became a bestseller.

5. put down roots if you put down roots somewhere, you start to feel that a place is your home and to have relationships with the people there:
Because of her husband’s job, they’d moved too often to put down roots anywhere.

6. TOOTH/HAIR ETC the part of a tooth, hair etc that connects it to the rest of your body:
She’d pulled some of Kelly’s hair out by the roots.

7. take root
a) if an idea, method, activity etc takes root, people begin to accept or believe it, or it begins to have an effect:
Economists believe that economic recovery will begin to take root next year.
b) if a plant takes root, it starts to grow where you have planted it

8. have a (good) root round British English informal to search for something by moving other things around

9. LANGUAGE technical the basic part of a word which shows its main meaning, to which other parts can be added. For example, the word ‘coldness’ is formed from the root ‘cold’ and the suffix ‘ness’. ⇒ stem

10. MATHEMATICS technical a number that, when multiplied by itself a certain number of times, equals the number that you have:
2 is the fourth root of 16.

11. root and branch if you destroy or change something root and branch, you get rid of it or change it completely and permanently because it is bad:
a root and branch reform of the electoral system
cube root, square root, grass roots

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

II. root2 verb
[Sense 1-2, 4-5: Date: 1200-1300; Origin: root1]
[Sense 3: Language: Old English; Origin: wrotan. root for 1800-1900 Perhaps from rout (of cattle) 'to make a loud sound' (14-19 centuries), from Old Norse rauta]

a) [intransitive] to grow roots:
New shrubs will root easily in summer.
b) [transitive usually passive] if a plant is rooted somewhere, it is held in the ground firmly by its roots:
a bush firmly rooted in the hard ground
root itself
Clumps of thyme had rooted themselves between the rocks.

2. be rooted in something to have developed from something and be strongly influenced by it:
The country’s economic troubles are rooted in a string of global crises.
This feeling of rejection is often deeply rooted in childhood.

3. SEARCH [intransitive always + adverb/preposition] to search for something by moving things around Synonym : rummage
root through/in/amongst something (for something)
Leila rooted through her handbag for a pen.

4. PIGS [intransitive usually + adverb/preposition] if a pig roots somewhere, it looks for food under the ground
root for
pigs rooting for truffles

5. rooted to the spot/floor/ground etc so shocked, surprised, or frightened that you cannot move:
She stood rooted to the spot, staring at him.
root for somebody phrasal verb informal

1. to want someone to succeed in a competition, test, or difficult situation:
You can do it – I’m rooting for you.

2. especially American English to support a sports team or player by shouting and cheering:
the Los Angeles fans rooting for the Lakers
root something ↔ out phrasal verb

1. to find out where a particular kind of problem exists and get rid of it:
Action is being taken to root out corruption in the police force.

2. to find something by searching for it:
I’ll try and root out something for you to wear.
root something ↔ up phrasal verb
to dig or pull a plant up with its roots

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

I. of a plant
ADJ. deep, shallow | gnarled
ROOT + VERB develop, grow | put down, take I hope those cuttings will take root.
ROOT + NOUN system | crops, vegetables
PREP. by its/the ~s She pulled the shrub out by its roots.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

II. roots: place where you feel you belong
ADJ. humble Despite his wealth, he never forgot his humble roots.
cultural severed from our cultural roots by industrialization
middle-class, peasant, working-class | French, Scottish, etc.
VERB + ROOT get/go back to, return to My husband wants to go back to his Irish roots.
trace They can trace their roots back to the sixteenth century.
put down We haven't been here long enough to put down roots.
cut yourself off from

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

III. cause/source
ADJ. deep | very | common The two languages share a common root.
VERB + ROOT have | get at/to, go to I've spent months trying to get to the root of the problem.
lie at
ROOT + NOUN cause
PREP. at (the ~ of) It is a moral question at root. His fears of loneliness lay at the very root of his inability to leave.
~ in The unrest has roots in religious differences.
PHRASES the root of all evil They consider globalization to be the root of all evil.
the root of the matter/problem I expect money is at the root of the matter.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

See: take root

[TahlilGaran] English Idioms Dictionary

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