Vietnamese English Dictionary

Tiếng Việt - English

ít in English:

1. little


I slept a little during lunch break because I was so tired.
He's a little pale.
It was a very slow train. It stopped at every little station.
That man was standing a little ways away, but he turned when he heard Tom shout.
I hope spring sticks around just a little bit longer. I hate summers.
Since they had no children of their own, they decided to adopt a little girl.
He was looking forward to spending the weekend with her in their little cottage in Somerset.
With a little planning, I think we can take our company to the top.
Hearing about people kidnapping little children just makes my blood boil.
As a matter of fact, he knows very little of the matter.
The background check on Tom turned up suspiciously little.
I think you'll have very little difficulty in getting a driver's license.
Mary had a little lamb whose fleece was white as snow.
Could you move over a little? "Oh, sorry. I didn't realize I was taking up so much space."
From my point of view, it would be better to wait a little longer.

English word "ít"(little) occurs in sets:

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2. less


You should smoke less.
The less there is to justify a traditional custom, the harder it is to get rid of it.
Tom began reading that book three weeks ago and he still has only read less than half of it.
I would very much like the place where I live to be less polluted.
This drawing is less than great. He needs to do something with the line here at the back of the leg.
I've heard that people who eat vegetables and fruit every day are less likely to have a heart attack.
Some people look down on others because they have less money.
A building with high ceilings and huge rooms may be less practical than the colorless block of offices that takes its place, but it often fits in well with its surroundings.
You're much less likely to get a good position if you don't speak English.
The more countries a language is spoken in, the less important it is to sound like a native speaker, since speakers of that language are accustomed to hearing various dialects.
Since there are usually multiple websites on any given topic, I usually just click the back button when I arrive on any webpage that has pop-up advertising. I just go to the next page found by Google and hope for something less irritating.
The reason why we have two ears and only one mouth is so that we may listen more and talk less.
And so, knowledge from the past, mixed up with assumptions about that knowledge, which may be more or less appropriate, is used to augment information provided by the senses.
While the bureaucracy comes up with sweetly technical terms like "less advantaged," the slums brim with malcontent.
Although Jane had one suitcase less than me, she still said she had too much to carry.