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  • noun
    plural tails
    [count] :the part of an animal's body that extends from the animal's back end
    a monkey with a long tail
    [count] a long piece that extends from the back end or bottom of something
    the tail of a kite
    the back end of an airplane, helicopter, etc. - see picture at airplane
    tails [plural] :the back side of a coin :the side of a coin that is opposite the side which shows a picture of a person's head - usually used to refer to one of the two choices you can make when a coin is thrown in the air to decide something
    Is it heads or tails? [=did the coin land with heads or tails facing up?] - compare 1head 5
    tails [plural] :tailcoat
    [singular] informal :a person (such as a detective) who follows or watches someone
    bright-eyed and bushy-tailed
    xem bright
    not make head or/nor tail of
    xem head
    on someone's tail
    informal :following closely behind someone
    the tail wagging the dog
    informal - used to describe a situation in which an important or powerful person, organization, etc., is being controlled by someone or something that is much less important or powerful;
    turn tail
    informal :to turn around and run away from danger, trouble, etc.
    He turned tail and ran from the fight.
    with your tail between your legs
    with a feeling of being embarrassed or ashamed especially because you have been defeated
    tails; tailed; tailing
    [+ obj] informal :to follow (someone) closely
    always followed by an adverb or preposition [no obj] :to move in a line that is not straight
    tail back
    [phrasal verb] Brit of vehicles :to form a line that moves slowly or not at all because of heavy traffic, an accident, etc.
    tail off
    [phrasal verb]
    to become smaller or quieter in a gradual way

    * Các từ tương tự:
    tail end, tail fin, tailback, tailbone, tailcoat, tailed, tailgate, tailgate party, taillight