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网络流行语排行榜2013 Top 10 buzzwords in 2013 中英文

时间:2013-12-03 20:21  作者:admin  来源:未知

1. Nouveau riche (Chinese: 土豪; pinyin: tu hao)

The tuhao originally meant a rich and powerful person or family in a certain town or area, with a negative connotation in Chinese. Nowadays, it has become a general term used by people to describe those who live beyond their means.

2. Big mama (Chinese:大妈; pinyin: da ma)

The term “dama” is literally akin to “big mama” in Chinese, referring to those “bargain hunting” middle-aged Chinese women who keep a tight grip on the family purse and an eagle eye on the gold prices in jewelry shops.

3. My little friends and I are shocked (Chinese: 我伙呆; pinyin: wo huo dai)

The Chinese term is short for a sentence literally meaning “My little friends and I are shocked.” Its actual roots lie in an article written by a pupil. The school student said his little friends and he were shocked after finding out where the Chinese rice dumpling (pinyin: zongzi) originated from. Since then, the sentence is extensively used to describe people’s shock after discovering a new or hot fact.

4. Female man (Chinese: 女汉子; pinyin: nü han zi)

The term refers to a boyish girl or a woman with masculine (physical) characteristics. In August 2013, one Russian beauty’s photos gained great popularity online. The woman has a very pretty face and an extremely muscular physique. Since then, the term has become broadly used to describe women with masculine features.

5. High-end (Chinese: 高大上; pinyin: gao da shang)

The term was originally used to describe a person or a thing of good taste and high level. Nowadays, it mostly has a mocking or ironic demeanor to it.

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