Vietnamese English Dictionary

Tiếng Việt - English

tuy nhiên in English:

1. though

It's expensive though.
Even though computer programmers may use semicolons every day, nowadays most people only use semicolons for emoticons.
Though his stay in Europe was transient, Spenser felt he had learned much more about interactions with other people from traveling than he did at college.
Cesar Chavez asked that strikers remain non-violent even though farm owners and their supporters sometimes used violence.
Though Tom's English seems quite good at times, he doesn't seem to know his limitations and it's impossible to convince him that he's wrong when he makes a mistake.
You're an arrogant dirty foreigner who claims your dictionary is correct even though you don't understand the nuances of Japanese.
Japanese children brought up overseas sometimes face great difficulty in adjusting themselves to Japanese schools after returning, even though they have a perfect command of Japanese.
Though it is true that every normal human being is able to use language, it is misleading to compare this with his ability to eat, sleep, or walk.
His style (if you were to call it that) was excessively (though I run the risk of hypocrisy) parenthetical (pardon the pun).
I have often observed how little young ladies are interested by books of a serious stamp, though written solely for their benefit. It amazes me, I confess; for, certainly, there can be nothing so advantageous to them as instruction.
There are few, very few, that will own themselves in a mistake, though all the World sees them to be in downright nonsense.
How many men are there that wear a coat that cost a hundred francs, and carry a diamond in the head of their cane, and dine for twenty-five SOUS for all that! It seems as though we could never pay enough for the pleasures of vanity.
We rarely hear, it has been said, of the combinations of masters, though frequently of those of the workman. But whoever imagines, upon this account, that masters rarely combine, is as ignorant of the world as of the subject.
Who is the happiest of men? He who values the merits of others, and in their pleasure takes joy, even as though 'twere his own.