mốt

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See also: mot, Mot, MOT, mót, mòt, möt, một, moț, and møt

Vietnamese[edit]

Pronunciation[edit]

Etymology 1[edit]

Borrowed from French mode f.

Noun[edit]

mốt

  1. fashion; trend
    hợp mốt
    à la mode; fashionable
    lỗi mốt
    out-of-fashion

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Etymology 2[edit]

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Noun[edit]

mốt (𣋻)

  1. day after tomorrow
    Synonym: ngày mốt
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Etymology 3[edit]

Variant of một.

Numeral[edit]

mốt (, , )

  1. (only in compounds or fixed expressions) one; -one
    Mốt hai mốt hai mốt hai mốt!
    One two one two one two one!
    hai (mươi) mốt
    twenty-one
    một trăm mốt
    one hundred and ten (thousand dongs)
    một triệu mốt
    one million one hundred thousand (dongs)
Usage notes[edit]
  • Mốt is used to say "one" as in "twenty-one", "thirty-one", ..., "ninety-one", not in "one hundred and one" or "one thousand and one"; "eleven" is mười một, not *mười mốt.