Vietnamese English Dictionary

Tiếng Việt - English

áo khoác in English:

1. jacket jacket

I'd describe him as a middle-aged man in a yellow jacket, orange tie and a pink shirt.
He noticed a hole in his jacket, but he tried to ignore it.
Your jacket and tie don't go together.
I wear a blue jacket and trousers and a white shirt and tie.
Before deciding to buy it, I tried on the jacket to see if it would fit.
I'm sorry, sir, but a jacket and tie are required.
suit jacket
My jacket has a secret pocket where I can hide money or other valuables.
This jacket has the virtue of being easy to wash.
No matter how cold it is, my leather jacket always keeps me warm.
Luckily, only the jacket, not the cover of the book was water damaged.
If it's cold outside you must wear your jacket.
I do not need many things but I have to take my sunglasses, bathing-trunks, a few T-shirts, a jacket and a pair of trousers.
How do you like my new jacket? I took off my jacket. Did you look in the pockets of your jacket?
The jacket, which I wanted, costed three hundred dollars.

English word "áo khoác"(jacket) occurs in sets:

Clothes in Vietnamese

2. coats coats

Black coats are in fashion this winter.
Try on both these coats and compare them.
Apply two coats of the paint for a good finish.
The new fur coats were displayed in the window.
Fur coats are on sale.
I think it is cruel to trap animals for fur coats.