Vietnamese English Dictionary

Tiếng Việt - English

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1. east


People from the East do not look at things the same as we do.
The Balkan Mountain range runs across Bulgaria from west to east.
President Barack Obama praised Poland as an example for aspiring democracies in the Middle East and elsewhere.
Forks were used for many years in Europe and the Near East, but only for cooking.
in the north-east
The East Asian economies were hit hard by energy price increases.
Because of the difference in climate, the same crop is not cultivated in the North and East of the country.
Speaking with reporters in Montreal, Canada, Walesa says the change of leadership in East Germany came about because the old guard leaders missed the train of history.
As commercial and cultural contacts between East and West developed, Arab and Persian traders began calling on China along the Silk Road in increasing numbers.
The average Westerner, in his sleek complacency, will see in the tea ceremony but another instance of the thousand and one oddities which constitute the quaintness and childishness of the East to him.
The UFO, with a zigzag movement you couldn't think of as being a plane, flew off into the mountains in the east.
The South East region of England is densely populated.
And so the family moved to Rajkot, about 190 kilometres east
Fork-users are mainly in Europe, North America, and Latin America; chopstick-users in eastern Asia and finger-users in Africa, the Middle East, Indonesia, and India.
Nearly all siheyuans had their main buildings and gates facing south for better lighting, so a majority of hutongs run from east to west.