Decoded Slug: Verb 'mặc'

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Verb 'mặc'

Verb 'mặc'

Short explanation:

Used to describe the act of wearing clothes or the state of being dressed in something.

Formation:

subject + mặc + (object)

Examples:

Cô ấy mặc chiếc váy màu đỏ rất đẹp.
She is wearing a beautiful red dress.
Trời lạnh, bạn nên mặc áo ấm.
It's cold, you should wear a warm sweater.
Mặc dù khó khăn, tôi sẽ vẫn cố gắng.
Despite the difficulties, I will still try.
Cô ấy luôn nở một nụ cười trên khuôn mặt.
She always wears a smile on her face.

Long explanation:

The Vietnamese term 'mặc' is a verb that is chiefly used to describe the action of wearing or putting on clothes or apparel. Comparable to the English verb 'to wear', it is frequently used to mention what someone is wearing or to suggest what someone should wear. However, beyond its most common purpose to refer to wearing clothes, it is also sometimes used in a metaphorical sense to imply 'regardless of' or 'despite'.
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