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Verb 'chạy'

Verb 'chạy'

Short explanation:

'chạy' is a basic Vietnamese verb used to express the act of running or functioning.

Formation:

subject + chạy + complement

Examples:

Tôi chạy mỗi buổi sáng để giữ gìn sức khỏe.
I run every morning to stay fit.
Công ty của anh ấy đang chạy rất tốt và lợi nhuận hàng năm có sự tăng trưởng đáng kể.
His company is running very well and has a significant annual profit growth.
Con mèo chạy thoát khỏi con chó đang đuổi theo nó.
The cat ran away from the dog chasing after it.
Tôi cần chạy nhanh hơn nữa để đạt được mục tiêu của mình trong cuộc đua.
I need to run even faster to reach my goal in the race.

Long explanation:

The Vietnamese verb 'chạy' directly translates to 'run' in English, mostly used to depict the physical act of running. However, it can also be used metaphorically to show that something is functioning or operating. In some contexts, it can mean to escape or to run away from a situation too.
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