Vietnamese English Dictionary

Tiếng Việt - English

một lần in English:

1. lump


Don't lump all these issues together. You need to give every single one careful consideration.
lump of flesh
Vaporise the solvent from the liquid. What's left is the perfume component and a lump of vegetable wax.
I have a facial boil. There's a painful lump at the back of one nostril.
Even worse is when they dump the receipt and the change into your hand in one lump.
Kim is so tight, if you stuck a lump of coal up her ass, in two weeks you'd have a diamond!
They drank tea with lemon, for his nagging cough, with his usual lump and a half of sugar.
You must go, like it or lump it.
skin lump caused by trauma is sometimes called a goose egg
It also says that lumping both mobile phones and tablets into a single "mobile" category could be misleading
You are such a lump - you're just watching TV all day.
o life on Mars may have evolved – or developed – on its own. Or it might have arrived from Earth in a lump of rock
I've got a painful lump under my skin but I'm too scared to check what this is.
And what about Scabbers?” said Ron, pointing at the lump in his chest pocket
I had a double shot of espresso with two lumps of sugar this morning

2. once


I once wanted to be an astrophysicist.
Once again.
Once we thought that Man couldn't fly.
Once in a while everything goes wrong.
I'll pay you back once I receive my salary.
I once sat at the same table with him at a dinner party.
Once you skip a lesson, it's hard to catch up with your classmates.
She told me once and for all that she did not want to see me again.
He once lied and told her a rare creature lived in her closet.
All at once, the Buddhist priest burst into laughter, spoiling the solemn atmosphere.
Angola was once a Portuguese territory.
I don't understand and I'm not used to not understanding. Please explain it once more.
I know that it is highly unlikely that you'd ever want to go out with me, but I still need to ask at least once.
Tom brings his children with him to work once or twice a year.
The Japanese public bathhouse was once used as a center of social life in one's neighborhood.