Decoded Slug: Verb 'chiếm'

Vietnamese Grammar Point
Verb 'chiếm'

Verb 'chiếm'

Short explanation:

Used to describe ownership or to occupy something or some place.

Formation:

example of grammar formation for given grammar point

Examples:

Quân đội đã chiếm đóng thành phố lớn.
The army has occupied the big city.
Cuốn sách này chiếm một vị trí quan trọng trong thư viện của tôi.
This book takes an important place in my library.
Máy tính chiếm hết quá nhiều thời gian của anh ấy.
The computer takes up too much of his time.
Công việc chiếm hết thời gian rảnh rỗi của tôi.
Work occupies all my free time.

Long explanation:

The Vietnamese verb 'chiếm' is used to indicate ownership, occupancy or domination of something or someplace. It is similar to 'occupy' or 'take' in English. It's commonly used to describe a situation where something or place has been taken over or dominated.
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