Decoded Slug: Verb 'mất'

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Verb 'mất'

Verb 'mất'

Short explanation:

Used to express the loss or disappear of something, like 'lose' in English.

Formation:

subject + mất + object

Examples:

Tôi đánh mất ví của mình trong xe buýt.
I lost my wallet on the bus.
Trận đấu diễn ra rất căng thẳng và cuối cùng chúng tôi đã thua mất.
The match was very intense and in the end we lost.
Nếu bạn tiếp tục lãng phí thời gian, bạn sẽ đánh mất cơ hội.
If you continue to waste time, you will lose the opportunity.
Gia đình tôi đã mất cô ấy trong một tai nạn giao thông.
My family lost her in a car accident.

Long explanation:

The Vietnamese verb 'mất' is used to express the loss or disappear of something or someone. It is equivalent to the English verb 'lose'. It can be used to denote loss of physical items, loss of time, loss in a game, or even loss of life.
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