Vietnamese English Dictionary

Tiếng Việt - English

gạo in English:

1. rice rice


You need a special kind of rice for risotto.
We cultivate rice.
When I entered the kitchen, she was making chicken curry with rice.
Unusually low temperatures account for the poor rice crop this year.
A poor rice harvest will get us into real trouble.
In America, rice can be bought for a fifth of what it costs in Japan.
They want to increase food production by growing new kinds of rice.
What is peculiar to Japan at mealtimes is that people eat rice out of little bowls.
You must be hungry to eat so much rice.
It is the drop in the rice pricing (blamed on consumers' loss of interest in rice and the freeing up of the international market) that is the cause.
Normally speaking, Chinese people consider rice to be an important food; the majority of Westerners consider fast food to be an important food.
I want to grow good vegetables, rice, fruit and so on.
When I moved into my new home, I just brought with me the things that I needed for cooking, an earthen rice cooker, an earthenware pot and an earthen charcoal brazier.
My wife gave birth to a child when we were very poor. While she was sleeping, I cooked rice and vegetables for several days and surprised her with the variety and taste of my cooking.
I built up some debts at the rice seller and at the greengrocer.

2. uncooked rice uncooked rice



English word "gạo"(uncooked rice) occurs in sets:

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