Decoded Slug: Compounding: 'quần áo'

Vietnamese Grammar Point
Compounding: 'quần áo'

Compounding: 'quần áo'

Short explanation:

Used to denote clothes in general.

Formation:

example of grammar formation for given grammar point

Examples:

Tôi cần mua quần áo mới cho chuyến đi sắp tới.
I need to buy new clothes for my upcoming trip.
Quần áo của bạn không tương xứng với vẻ đẹp của ngôi nhà.
Your clothes are ruining the beauty of the house.
Những người nghèo không có đủ quần áo để mặc.
The poor people do not have enough clothes to wear.
Hãy gấp quần áo và cất chúng vào trong tủ.
Fold the clothes and put them in the closet.

Long explanation:

In Vietnamese, 'quần áo' is a compound word used to refer generally to clothes. 'Quần' translates to pants or trousers and 'áo' to shirt or top. Whilst each word can be used individually to refer to a specific type of clothing, when compounded together, 'quần áo' generally refers to clothes or attire with no specific type in mind.
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