Vietnamese English Dictionary

Tiếng Việt - English

gần in English:

1. close close


We're close friends.
They urged close economic and diplomatic ties with Britain.
Many of the city's leading restaurants close down for the whole of August.
No matter how close we may be, I can not ask him to do that.
If you take a close look, you'll find that your friends and you have similar personalities.
The police usually close their eyes to cars parked on the street.
I live close to my school so it takes me just a few minutes to get there
The Nikkei Stock Average lost nearly 200 points to close yesterday at 18,000.
In retrospect, it may seem obvious that we shouldn't have been burning our trash so close to our house.
Keep a close eye on Tom and make sure he doesn't get into any trouble.
Your point may be a little off target, but it certainly is close.
To conceal anything from those to whom I am attached, is not in my nature. I can never close my lips where I have opened my heart.
IBM has the lion's share of the large computer market; nobody else even comes close.
Solar energy seems to offer more hope than any other source of energy, particularly because those areas most in need of water lie rather close to the equator and have a relatively clear atmosphere.

English word "gần"(close) occurs in sets:

300 tính từ tiếng Anh 26 - 50

2. near near


Sit near here.
Forks were used for many years in Europe and the Near East, but only for cooking.
If there is nothing near them that needs doing, they are sure to go and find something.
If you go near a camel, you risk being bitten.
Tom managed a small bar near Boston for quite a few years.
When I got out of prison, I couldn't find a job anywhere near my home since no one would hire an ex-con.
Cesar Chavez was born on a small farm near Yuma, Arizona in 1927.
Roger Miller entered the United States Army at the age of seventeen. He was sent to an army base near Atlanta, Georgia.
Wherever you go, you see a lot of bicycles left on sidewalks near stations.
I warned you not to get near him, didn't I?
I end up unconsciously trying to get fit as summer draws near.
Since I live near Canada, I'd prefer to learn the kind of French spoken in Canada.
Fear of pollution discouraged people from building homes near power plants.
I am terribly busy because the report deadline is near.
Would you please reserve a room near the Toronto international Airport?

3. nearly nearly


When I ask people what they regret most about high school, they nearly all say the same thing: that they wasted so much time.
Hailing a cab in Manhattan at 5:00 p.m. is nearly impossible.
Nearly three.
Somehow, a nearly bankrupt third-party publisher flashed the new Castlevania game onto the memory incompletely. As a result, an entire generation of kids in Macon, Georgia unanimously condemned it as "Simon Does Nothing but Fall into a Bottomless Pit."
The most instinctive act of nearly every creature is to protect its young, and with humans, this response persists for a lifetime.
The sublime and the ridiculous are often so nearly related, that it is difficult to class them separately. One step above the sublime makes the ridiculous, and one step above the ridiculous makes the sublime again.
Svetlana was a little too merciful with the feeder mice down at the pet store. The snakes nearly starved!
He's offended at the slightest thing, he takes exception to nearly everything we say to him.
The treatment's acceptability plummeted by nearly 96% that year after researchers discovered disfiguring side effects.
I am aware that some question or justify the events of 9/11. But let us be clear: al Qaeda killed nearly 3,000 people on that day.
When one admits that nothing is certain one must, I think, also admit that some things are much more nearly certain than others.
One of my Japanese teachers said "honya honya" instead of "blah blah." My ensuing laughter nearly gave me a hernia.
Nearly all siheyuans had their main buildings and gates facing south for better lighting, so a majority of hutongs run from east to west.
I tumbled on the truth by the merest accident, when I'd pretty nearly chucked the whole job.