Vietnamese English Dictionary

Tiếng Việt - English

hoặc in English:

1. or


Coffee or tea?
You should have locked, or at least closed, all the doors.
Is bungee jumping frightening or fun?
A very brief warning or explanation is enough for an intelligent person.
Onions can be eaten raw or cooked.
When writing a sentence, generally you start with a capital letter and finish with a period (.), an exclamation mark (!), or a question mark (?).
In Singapore, one way to punish a criminal is to whip him or her.
During the past several years, many Japanese have been either killed or injured while traveling overseas.
How about cup of tea or something, if you aren't in a hurry?
For quantities of 20 or more, we can allow you a special discount of 10% on the prices quoted.
Whether or not beer gardens get a lot of customers depends on the weather.
Having all of you here is more reassuring than having the police or anybody else.
No person achieves success or happiness when compelled to do what he naturally dislikes to do.
I've heard that eating one or two servings of fish a week will reduce your chances of getting heart disease.
The Japanese pay more attention to the group or the organization than to the individual.

2. either


I don't, either.
A black panther can be a jaguar or leopard, but in either case it has a gene that causes it to produce more melanin than other specimens.
It is a toss-up whether to drink sake or whiskey; too much of either results equally in drunken revelry.
In either case, the division is real and useful; but it can also be misleading.
It is a great mortification to the vanity of man, that his utmost art and industry can never equal the meanest of nature's productions, either for beauty or value.
Is this kid autistic or does he have ADHD? His behavior is hard to characterize either way.
He who is unable to live in society, or who has no need because he is sufficient for himself, must be either a beast or a god.
Everybody in that company is either a vice-president or a senior vice-president; they're all chiefs and no Indians.
No, no! That isn't the smiling face we are looking for. It was a 'smirk' either that or a 'sneer'.
With such a vivid imagination he'll become either a world-famous novelist or a lunatic.
With a high, closed collar, figure-hugging cut, and large slits at either side of a straight skirt, the qipao is unique in its ability to communicate both modesty and sensuousness.
Depending on which side it’s inserted, it will either point towards the back, detecting the ear, or point towards the front.
As a member of the society they have ample reason not to say no. But they have equally compelling reasons not to say yes, either