Vietnamese English Dictionary

Tiếng Việt - English

quần áo in English:

1. clothes clothes


Change your clothes.
If he is in middle circumstances his clothes will be chosen chiefly for comfort.
Never choose a vocation just because it permits the wearing of good clothes.
Clothes make the man. Naked people have little or no influence on society.
He sent his old clothes home for his brothers, and sent his family money, too.
The people all praised the emperor's clothes without telling him the truth so as not to seem stupid, until a little boy said, "The emperor is naked!"
If you don't wear warm clothes in winter, it wouldn't be surprising if you caught a bad cold.
What clothes do you think I should put on to go to my date tomorrow?
You'll get your clothes dirty. "No worries. They weren't very clean in the first place."
Have you ever taken anything out of the dirty clothes basket because it had become, relatively, the cleaner thing?
In the hospital room, the nurse wearing white clothes and the midwife were preparing for the delivery.
Researchers found that subjects could collect double the amount of money for charity when they were wearing clothes with designer logos.
Look at you - all scrubbed and dressed. They say the clothes make the man.
I usually have to change my clothes two or three times a day during the hot summer in Nagoya.
Clothes without tabs aren't accepted in the changing room.

English word "quần áo"(clothes) occurs in sets:

1000 danh từ tiếng Anh 501 - 550

2. clothing clothing


Food, clothing and shelter are the foundations of survival.
Since it was getting even hotter, Tom peeled off another layer of clothing.
outdoor/protective clothing
The style of this item of clothing is good; it's just a bit expensive.
If you have no way to buy food, clothing, accommodation and other such daily necessities, you definitely won't be able to have peace of mind.
Our monthly income has to cover food, rent, clothing, transportation, and so on.
In some situations, we would never receive criticism about our appearance, such as clothing or hair.
He was a pitiable spectacle of neglect and wretchedness as he sat there on an upturned pail, eating his bread and cheese with fingers that, like his clothing, were grimed with paint and dirt.
The difference between man and animal nowadays has more or less to do with clothing.
He had no other clothing than that which he was wearing then.
With the token they could only go to the company shop and buy food or clothing from that shop.
It's so hard to keep up with teenage clothing fashions these days because they change so often.
For my tastes, I'd prefer plainer, or rather, more tasteful clothing.
Tom's efforts to open a clothing store went up in smoke.