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dài (dai4, Zhuyin ㄉㄞˋ)

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Vietnamese

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Etymology

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From Proto-Vietic *jaːr; cognate with Chut [Rục] jəal².

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Adjective

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dài (, 𨱽, 𨱾, 𪟞)

  1. long, lengthy
    Antonym: ngắn

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