Vietnamese English Dictionary

Tiếng Việt - English

tay áo in English:

1. sleeve


Don't pull my sleeve.
His sleeve touched the greasy pan.
My daughter held on to my coat sleeve and would not let me go.
Keep that ace up your sleeve. If you're going to show it, have another even further up.
I am looking for a cream color long sleeve shirt.
The president of that company has an ace up her sleeve.
Yes, Dima replied, brushing off a piece of half-eaten fish that had gotten stuck to his right sleeve. "I'd like to buy that one there."
I pulled her by the sleeve, but she went on talking unconcernedly.
All those tricks he's got up his sleeve make him a formidable client.
Hike up your sleeves to wash your hands!
I don't want your sleeve to catch on fire.
sleveless / long-sleeved shirt
short sleeved / long sleeved
The sleeves of her dress were too short because she had grown since she had last worn it.
The definition of a sleeve is the part of a shirt.