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Verb 'đeo'

Verb 'đeo'

Short explanation:

The verb 'đeo' is used to indicate that someone is wearing or carrying something.

Formation:

'đeo' + Object being worn/carried

Examples:

Anh ấy đang đeo một chiếc đồng hồ đắt tiền.
He is wearing an expensive watch.
Cô ấy luôn đeo kính mắt khi đọc sách.
She always wears glasses when reading books.
Tôi đeo balo lên vai và sẵn sàng đi học.
I put on my backpack and am ready to go to school.
Bạn đeo vòng cổ của mình suốt ngày nhỉ.
You wear your necklace all the time.

Long explanation:

The verb 'đeo' in Vietnamese is used to signify the act of wearing, usually applied for things that are hung, or worn around the neck, shoulder or wrist. This can include things like bags, glasses, watches, or necklaces. The object being worn or carried will directly follow the verb 'đeo'.
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