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substance /ˈsʌbstəns/ noun

جسم ، شی ، جنس ، ماده اصلی ، ذات ، جوهر ، مفاد ، مفهوم ، استحکام ، دوام ، مسند ، علوم مهندسی: ذات جوهر ، قانون ـ فقه: عین ، شیمی: ماده ، روانشناسی: ماده ، بازرگانی: جوهر ، علوم هوایی: ماده
- material, body, fabric, stuff
- meaning, essence, gist, import, main point, significance
- reality, actuality, concreteness
- wealth, assets, estate, means, property, resources
Related Idioms: the general drift
Related Words: import, meaning, center, focus, heart, nucleus, point, meaningfulness, drift, tenor
English Thesaurus: material, substance, matter, stuff, fabric, ...

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

substance W3 /ˈsʌbstəns/ noun
[Word Family: noun: substance, substantiation, substantive; adjective: substantialinsubstantial, substantive; verb: substantiate; adverb: substantially]
[Date: 1200-1300; Language: Old French; Origin: Latin substantia, from substare 'to stand under']

1. MATERIAL [countable] a particular type of solid, liquid, or gas:
The leaves were covered with a strange sticky substance.
dangerous/toxic/hazardous/poisonous etc substance
harmful substances in the atmosphere
Plutonium 238 is one of the most toxic substances known to man.
illegal/banned/prohibited/controlled substance (=used especially about illegal drugs)
Police found an illegal substance in his car.

2. TRUTH [uncountable usually in questions and negatives] formal if something has substance, it is true:
There is no substance to the rumours (=they are untrue).
without substance (=untrue)
O'Connell’s remarks are completely without substance.

3. IDEAS [singular, uncountable] the most important ideas contained in an argument or piece of writing Synonym : essence:
The substance of his argument was that people on welfare should work.
in substance
What she said, in substance, was that the mayor should resign.

4. IMPORTANCE [uncountable] formal importance Synonym : significance:
It was an entertaining speech, but it lacked substance (=there was no important information in it).
matters/issues of substance
We should be discussing matters of substance.

5. man/woman of substance British English literary a rich man or woman

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

I. material
ADJ. addictive, carcinogenic, dangerous, harmful, hazardous, noxious, poisonous, radioactive, toxic | innocuous Even innocuous substances can sometimes register a positive result in a drug test.
banned, illegal | natural a natural substance found in the body of animals
chemical | inorganic, organic | pure | soluble, volatile | crystalline, fatty, oily, slimy, sticky, viscous | medicinal
VERB + SUBSTANCE use | contain | produce Some frogs produce very toxic substances in their skin.
take The athletes had taken banned substances to increase their strength.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

II. important content
ADJ. real The real substance of the report was in the third part.
added His disappearance has given added substance to the argument that he stole the money.
VERB + SUBSTANCE have The image of him that the media have presented has no substance.
give sth, lend sth The letters lent substance to the rumours.
PREP. in ~ There's no difference in substance between the two points of view.
of ~ Nothing of substance was achieved at the meeting.
without ~ Their allegations were without substance.
~ in There's no substance in the story.
~ to There was little substance to his claims.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary


a dangerous/hazardous/harmful substance
Using chemicals or othe hazardous substances at work can put people's health at risk.
a poisonous substance (also a noxious substance formal) (=harmful to people)
Cigarette smoke contains several poisonous substances.
a toxic substance (=harmful to people and the environment)
All toxic substances should be labelled and carefully stored in a safe place.
a radioactive substance (=containing a form of energy that can harm people)
People who work with radioactive substances are subject to strict regulations.
an illegal/banned/prohibited substance (=used mainly to refer to illegal drugs)
Any player found guilty of using banned substances faces the prospect of a lengthy suspension.
a controlled substance law (=an illegal drug)
He was charged with possessing a controlled substance.
an organic substance (=from a living thing)
Despite being an organic substance, ivory is remarkably durable.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

See: in substance

[TahlilGaran] English Idioms Dictionary

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