Vietnamese English Dictionary

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1. pound pound

How many pennies does it take to make one pound?
As a rule of thumb, you should plan on one pound of beef for every two guests.
One pound troy weighs 12 oz.
heart pounding
The net-cafes here cater to students; fees start at around a pound an hour.
I'll pound you at thumb wars anytime.
Britain's currency crisis has turned into a political one over government failure to stop the pound from going into free-fall.
George was describing a 30 pound bass he'd caught recently after fighting it for three hours.
Penny wise, pound foolish.
Jeff had to pound the pavement for three months before he found a job.
A: Excuse me how much is that book? B: It's thirteen pounds. A: That's a bit expensive. B: But that book is cheaper. It costs only nine pounds thirty-nine pence A: Pack it for me, please.
For every pound you spend you get a point.
He pounded along the wet sand on the edge of the ocean.
Bob always pounds his fist on the table when he is angry
1. Someone's pounding on the door. 2. My heart pounds every time I see her.

2. table table

Take this table away.
The restaurant owner allowed her to take table scraps home to feed all of her dogs.
I never thought it'd be this hard to build a picnic table.
We had to put up with Kunio's poor table manners because he refused to change.
Everything on top of the table started rattling when the earthquake hit.
She would often bring home table scraps from the restaurant where she worked to feed to her dog.
I already know the whole multiplication table.
I hear the governor's been getting money under the table from tobacco companies.
I asked the waiter to see about getting us a better table.
That is not a proper subject to bring up in conversation at the dinner table.
We ought to have phoned ahead and reserved a table.
Lay your cards on the table and give me a straight answer!
The only thing on the table that I normally wouldn't eat is that stuff on the yellow plate.
I got a bit carried away when I was dancing and got up on the table.
Table manners vary from one country to another.