Vietnamese English Dictionary

Tiếng Việt - English

phù hợp với in English:

1. suit


Suit yourself.
At the funeral, the widow looked very dignified, with her black suit, hat and gloves.
We don't give discounts, the woman said sternly. "Regardless how small. Now, please take off the suit if you can't afford it."
Never mind that, what's with that get up ... a swimming suit!? "That's right. Sexy isn't it? Feeling horny?"
The floor is dirty! the shopkeeper reprimanded him. "You haven't even paid for the suit yet, and you're already getting it dirty!"
Well, it's just like the proverb "fine feathers make a fine bird". You look really good when you wear a suit.
As he looked through the store window, Dima's eyes widened as they fell upon a gorgeous black suit, and then widened even more when he noticed the 3,000,000.99 BYR price tag.
I'm in a terrible hurry... for reasons I can't say, Dima replied to the woman. "Please, just let me try on that suit there."
At a word from the ballet master in the white suit, the room will come alive.
As soon as one airline announced its plan for airfare reductions, the rest of the companies followed suit.
As she fetched Dima the suit, the shopkeeper noticed smears of blood on his shirt, and couldn't help but stare in shock.
But it's true! Dima insisted. "They won't let me buy the suit unless I give them another 99 kopeks! Can't you wire me some money?"
The government hopes that lowering its carbon emissions will set an example and that other countries will follow suit.
People eagerly sought a more modernised style of dress and transformed the old qipao to suit their tastes.
It's pool-season from this week, isn't it? "Oh yes. I've gotta go and buy a swimming suit, then."

2. fit


I end up unconsciously trying to get fit as summer draws near.
We humans have a great way of twisting facts to fit our conclusion as soon as we have made one.
I'm fit.
If you want a golden rule that will fit everybody, this is it: Have nothing in your houses that you do not know to be useful, or believe to be beautiful.
All the tales of miracles, with which the Old and New Testament are filled, are fit only for impostors to preach and fools to believe.
In South Korea, the most powerful member of a family, usually the oldest living male, has the power to send members of his family to a psychiatric hospital as he sees fit.
There are gaps between the boards in the box. If you fit them in snugly, you'll get more use out of the box.
We've got taller so they don't fit. "Right, it's certainly not that we've got fat!" "The useful phrase 'grown up' is our trump card."
But that same principle must apply to Muslim perceptions of America. Just as Muslims do not fit a crude stereotype, America is not the crude stereotype of a self-interested empire.
Keeping your heart fit and strong can slow down the ageing of your brain, say researchers.
Dad runs in the park three times a week, so he’s very fit.
suitable, right, proper, adequate, corresponding, applicable fit, due, meet, likely, congenial, required, correspondent, homologous, opportune,
And, if I was going to the gym, I'd have to carry, maybe, a backpack, uh, to fit my sneakers and my change of clothes because my briefcase wasn't big enough.
I found working out hard at first because I wasn't very fit, but it's much better now.
How did you fit a briefcase into your pocket?! the woman asked, stunned.