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  • EN [ ˈstɔːri]
  • US [ ˈstɔːri]

English definition


  • 1. a message that tells the particulars of an act or occurrence or course of events; presented in writing or drama or cinema or as a radio or television program;

    • "his narrative was interesting"
    • "Disney's stories entertain adults as well as children"
  • 2. a piece of fiction that narrates a chain of related events;

    • "he writes stories for the magazines"
  • 3. structure consisting of a room or set of rooms comprising a single level of a multilevel building;

    • "what level is the office on?"
  • 4. a record or narrative description of past events;

    • "a history of France"
    • "he gave an inaccurate account of the plot to kill the president"
    • "the story of exposure to lead"
  • 5. a short account of the news;

    • "the report of his speech"
    • "the story was on the 11 o'clock news"
    • "the account of his speech that was given on the evening news made the governor furious"
  • 6. a trivial lie;

    • "he told a fib about eating his spinach"
    • "how can I stop my child from telling stories?"

Example sentences

  • Good women have always saved sinful men in story.

  • It was a long story with many ands.

  • There is no story without coincidences.

  • She repeated her story to us.

  • This is a raw story.

  • The story is being whispered about.

  • That story has got into the newspaper.

  • The students clustered around the old soldiers to hear the story.

  • He told his story to a reporter.

  • If you go to bed now, I've read you a bedtime story.

  • Never mind the interruption; proceed with your story.

  • The story is based on supposition.

  • The story is passed on from generation to generation in the village.

  • She related the whole story vividly.

  • Presently I got the whole story.

  • The author wove three plots into one story.

  • The story unfolds as the film goes on.

  • The story soon went around.

  • Can you back your story with facts?

  • She was deeply affected by the sad story.

  • I am afraid your story outruns the facts.

  • Do you place any credit in the government's story?

  • The book has been developed from a short story.

  • Don't think you are going to put that story across us.

  • How does the story end up?

  • Hers is a moving and ultimately triumphant story.

  • The story is set in the autumn of 1960.

  • Some of the story was narrated in the film.

  • His book originated from a short story.

  • I'd met him at a dance I'd gone to on my own. But that's another story.

Phrase collocation

  • but that's another story

    (informal)used after raising a matter to indicate that one does not want to expand on it for now

  • end of story

    (informal)used to emphasize that there is nothing to add on a matter just mentioned

    • Men don't cry in public. End of story.

  • it's a long story

    (informal)used to indicate that, for now, one does not want to talk about something that is too painful and involved

  • it's (或 that's) the story of one's life

    (informal)used to lament the fact that a particular misfortune has happened too often in one's experience

  • the same old story

    used to indicate that a particular bad situation is tediously familiar

    • United kept on trying but it was the same old sotry—no luck.

  • the story goes

    it is said or rumoured

    • &B{the story goes that} he's fallen out with his friends.

  • to cut (或 北美

    used to end an account of events quickly

    • to cut a long story short, I married Stephen.

Synonym discrimination

  • novel, romance, fiction, story, fable, tale


Meaning of story

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