VietnameseEdit

PronunciationEdit

Etymology 1Edit

VerbEdit

với (𢭲)

  1. to reach (out for something)
Derived termsEdit
Derived terms
See alsoEdit

NounEdit

với (𢭲)

  1. a stretch of the hand (một với)

Etymology 2Edit

Cognate with Muong Bi pỡi.

Probably related as etymology 1, as prepositions in Vietnamese are most often originally verbals.

The form vuối used to enjoy widespread usage in both Northern and Southern dialects, but is now completely obsolete. This form might be the diphthongized equivalent of vói (to stretch out, to reach out) mentioned above.

Alternative formsEdit

PrepositionEdit

với (, , , , , 𠇍)

  1. with; together with; along with; and
    1. (arithmetic, after cộng (to add) or nhân (to multiply)) to or by
      cộng 2 với 3to add 2 to 3
      nhân tổng với hiệuto multiply this sum by this difference
    2. (geometry, after kề (adjacent), (supplementary), song song (parallel), vuông góc (perpendicular), etc.) to
      góc ABC kề với góc CBDangle ABC is adjacent to angle CBD
      đường thẳng d song song/vuông góc với đường thẳng e/mặt phẳng pline d is parallel/perpendicular to line e/plane p
  2. Short for đối với (to).
    (Đối) với tôi, vấn đề này chẳng có gì đáng lo ngại cả.
    To me, there's nothing to worry about this problem.
See alsoEdit
  • đi ((to subtract) from)
  • cho ((to divide) by)

ParticleEdit

với

  1. Used to indicate an earnest request.
  2. Used to express a blame, a reproach, or to stress a negation.