@kuma3kumasan In Vietnam, when the boy/girl likes someone and want to go out with her/him, they usually do some things to attract his/her attention. And the Vietnamese usually use "cua"(verb), which is a slang, to implies that the boy/girl does those actions. For example: Tôi sẽ cua cô ấy. On the contrary, if the girl/boy agrees to go out with someone, usually after someone "cua" them, they use "đổ" instead of saying "accept". For example: Tôi đã đổ anh ấy= Tôi đã đồng ý hẹn hò với anh ấy= I agreed to go out with him.
So your sentence means "If Vietnam win, i will go out with you." Hope it helps.
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