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See also: net, Net, .net, and .NET

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EtymologyEdit

Derived in masculine from the feminine néta, from Vulgar Latin *nepta, from Latin neptis (granddaughter).

NounEdit

nét m (plural néts, feminine néta)

  1. grandson

Derived termsEdit


VietnameseEdit

PronunciationEdit

NounEdit

nét

  1. a line
    sắc nét
    sharply detailed
  2. (calligraphy, typography) a stroke
    nét sổ
    a downward stroke
  3. (of a human body part) a curve
    nét gợi cảm
    sexy curves
  4. (of a face) an expression
    nét mặt u buồn
    a depressed expression
  5. (figuratively) an attractive feature
    nét quê
    an attractive feature of the countryside
    đậm nét quê
    radiating a strong feel of the countryside

AdjectiveEdit

nét

  1. (colloquial, of images on a screen or monitor or such a screen or monitor) detailed with sharp contrast and high resolution
    Ti vi này coi nét ghê
    This TV screen is so hi-res.