[ US /viˌɛtnɑˈmis/ ]
  1. the Mon-Khmer language spoken in Vietnam
  2. a native or inhabitant of Vietnam
  1. of or relating to or characteristic of Vietnam or its people or its language
    the Vietnamese tones
    the Vietnamese countryside
    Vietnamese boat people
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How To Use Vietnamese In A Sentence

  • Under the agreement the Vietnamese can opt out at any time.
  • To my mind, Tom Hank's Forrest Gump is a Walter Mitty , for he sometimes was a Vietnamese War hero and later a table tennis diplomat between America and China.
  • Older and newly arrived Vietnamese Americans often display indirectness and extreme politeness in dealing with others.
  • The substitution of mortadella for the Vietnamese bologna/pork roll also worked, but their house-made terrine, which is nice on its own, lacked the wonderful funkiness of Vietnamese head cheese and pâté. Serious Eats: New York
  • An unexpected call for a no-confidence vote against Vietnamese Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung over his handling of a debt crisis at one of Vietnam's biggest state-owned firms shows that the political fallout from the country's worst-ever financial scandal might just be starting, analysts say. Vietnamese Premier Faces Fallout on Vinashin
  • Thuy came to Australia as a 24-year-old Vietnamese boat person, together with her uncle, aunt and cousins.
  • At last, the author use the corpus and questionnaire survey to discovers the Vietnamese students' biased error give her advice for the department of teaching Chinese as a second language.
  • Performer Mark Wahlberg began his public life as a small-time thug, even doing time at one point for the savage beatings of two Vietnamese men.
  • Vietnamese have jokingly dubbed the shipbuilder "Vinasink. Top Stories
  • He is both an insider and outsider, in filial and affiliated bonds with his home and his present, and he is connected to the various sectors of Vietnamese society and to the Westerners through a principled ethics.
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