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    Default dịch từ tiếng Việt sang tiếng Anh

    Nhờ quý vị dịch dùm các chữ sau đây

    vùng kinh tế mới

    õng ẹo,
    nhõng nhẽo,
    ăn dầm ở dề

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    Khu KTM[/COLOR]:
    Newly developed economy area.
    [COLOR="darkred"]ONG EO

    To wriggle, to wiggle, to mince, to squirm...
    wrig·gle (rĭgəl)
    v. wrig·gled, wrig·gling, wrig·gles
    v. intr.
    1. To turn or twist the body with sinuous writhing motions; squirm.
    2. To proceed with writhing motions.
    mince (mĭns)
    v. minced, minc·ing, minc·es
    v. intr.
    1. To walk with very short steps or with exaggerated primness.
    NHONG NHEO:
    whine (hwīn, wīn)
    v. whined, whin·ing, whines
    v. intr.
    1. To utter a plaintive, high-pitched, protracted sound, as in pain, fear, supplication, or complaint.
    2. To complain or protest in a childish fashion.
    3. To produce a sustained noise of relatively high pitch: jet engines whining.

    v. tr.
    To utter with a whine.
    n.
    1. The act of whining.
    2. A whining sound.
    3. A complaint uttered in a plaintive tone.
    AN DAM, O DE:
    To keep staying at some one's home

    Hope this would help.
    Last edited by MANH NGUYEN; 10-01-2007 at 08:53 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MANH NGUYEN View Post
    Khu KTM[/COLOR]:
    Newly developed economy area.
    [COLOR="darkred"]ONG EO

    To wriggle, to wiggle, to mince, to squirm...
    wrig·gle (rĭgəl)
    v. wrig·gled, wrig·gling, wrig·gles
    v. intr.
    1. To turn or twist the body with sinuous writhing motions; squirm.
    2. To proceed with writhing motions.
    mince (mĭns)
    v. minced, minc·ing, minc·es
    v. intr.
    1. To walk with very short steps or with exaggerated primness.
    NHONG NHEO:
    whine (hwīn, wīn)
    v. whined, whin·ing, whines
    v. intr.
    1. To utter a plaintive, high-pitched, protracted sound, as in pain, fear, supplication, or complaint.
    2. To complain or protest in a childish fashion.
    3. To produce a sustained noise of relatively high pitch: jet engines whining.

    v. tr.
    To utter with a whine.
    n.
    1. The act of whining.
    2. A whining sound.
    3. A complaint uttered in a plaintive tone.
    AN DAM, O DE:
    To keep staying at some one's home

    Hope this would help.
    I don't think MANH NGUYEN's translation of AN DAM, O DE is express enough the meaning of this idiom. Just my opion.

    AN DAM, O DE means mooch.
    moocher = nguoi AN DAM O DE.
    v., mooched, mooch·ing, mooch·es
    v.intr.
    To get or try to get something free of charge; sponge: lived by mooching off friends ( be a parasite).

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    I believe that verb "to mooch" has something to do with money, food....Thanks for your help.
    cadge (kăj)
    intr. & tr.v. cadged, cadg·ing, cadg·es
    To beg or get by begging.
    [Perhaps back-formation from obsolete cadger, peddler, from Middle English cadgear.]

    cadger n.

    Synonyms: cadge, beg, bum1, mooch, panhandle1
    These verbs mean to ask for or obtain by charity: cadged a meal; begging for change; bum a ride; mooching food; homeless people forced to panhandle.

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