Vietnamese English Dictionary

Tiếng Việt - English

phù hợp in English:

1. suitable suitable


It is important to maintain your body temperature at a suitable level.
suitable apartment
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Having found a suitable human host, an ambitious Cuba Libre sang a beautiful ballad at the karaoke bar.
In Japan it's generally thought that Germany's water supply isn't suitable for drinking, but this is a mistake.
Everybody has their own projects on, so after all you are the only suitable candidate.
However, a suitable level of stress is actually a necessary thing for your body's health.
Pretty gem, isn't it? Not knowing if it was a suitable subject or not, but anyway I tried to get her interest that way.
Certainly, the last but one carriage is suitable for bikes and larger items of luggage, including sports equipment.
You can’t go running in those shoes. They aren’t suitable.
I still haven't found a suitable candidate. / And you're still no closer to finding a suitable mate than the day you were left at the altar.
However, suitable funding is required for the Union's priorities to be credible.
These questions will only be used to ensure you are able to work the contractual hours and that the role is suitable.
Based on the configuration, it is possible that more than one match be equally suitable.
a suitable layout can be set up as follows way

2. accord accord


On this, the Union is united and in full accord.
of its own accord
in accord with something
With one accord the audience stood up and applauded.
The two nations suspended hostilities and reached accord.
The leaders of both parties have decided to sign an accord. The results are in accord with the predictions. The results accord with our theory.
Your clothing must be chosen according to the type of party.
of your own accord/ The diplomats were accorded every respect during their visit
Other members have also overrun slightly, and we must accord the same treatment to everyone
Richard's reached an accord with her and she's been freed.
The respect accorded to doctor; Every school accords high priority to the quality of teaching; You will not be accorded any special treatment; accord with: His version of events does not accord with witnesses' statements.
with one accord-zgodnie, to be in accord with- być zgodnym z, of ones accord-z własnej woli
The new trade accord will pump fresh blood into the international economy.
Students came of their own accord to help the villagers.