Decoded Slug: Verb 'đôi'

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Verb 'đôi'

Verb 'đôi'

Short explanation:

Used to express an action that is performed in pair or to describe something that are available in pairs.

Formation:

subject + 'đôi' + verb

Examples:

Họ đôi khi ghé thăm mẹ tôi vào cuối tuần.
They sometimes visit my mother on weekends.
Cô ấy mất đôi găng tay màu đỏ của mình.
She lost her pair of red gloves.
Đôi khi bạn phải kiểm tra xem có gì mới không.
You have to sometimes check if something is new.
Cặp đôi thỉnh thoảng vẫn đi chơi vào mỗi tối thứ sáu.
This couple always goes out sometimes every Friday night.

Long explanation:

The Vietnamese verb 'đôi' is often used to depict the action that is performed in pair or to describe things that come or exist in pairs. It can be an adjective, describing an object that is in pair or that the action is performed by a pair, and it also can be a verb, referring to a pair of actions taking place simultaneously.
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