trop bien!*

* so good!

French Belgium

Interjection USED Frequently BY Young People

Used to say that something is cool.

"Je viens de gagner un voyage!" "Oh, trop bien!"

"I've just won a trip!" "That's so cool!"


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imagina*

* imagine

Portuguese Southwest, Brazil

Interjection USED Very frequently BY Everyone

(interj.) It is equivalent to "not at all", being used as a polite yet informal answer to "thank you". It expresses that the other person should not even imagine giving thanks because it was a no-brainer or an easy task.

"Obrigado pela carona!" "Imagina! Foi um prazer!"

"Thanks for the ride!" "Imagine! It was a pleasure!"


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hagi

Waray-Waray Leyte, Philippines

Interjection USED Frequently BY Everyone

(interj.) An interjection used to express disappointment or frustration. It is equivalent to sighing in English.

"Hagi, nakawatan na naman ak'."

"Sigh, I got pick-pocketed again."





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trudno*

* difficult

Polish Poland

Interjection USED Very frequently BY Everyone

Used as a replacement of "it happens" / "life goes on".

"Nie zdałem testu." "Trudno, możesz go poprawić."

"I failed the test." "Difficult, you can retake it."





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hay nako

Tagalog Philippines

Interjection USED Very frequently BY Everyone

It is used to express frustration.

"Nambababae na naman 'tong si Juan." "Hay nako."

"Juan's womanising again." "Hay nako."





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coaie*

* balls

Romanian Romania

Interjection USED Frequently BY Teens

(n.) It is an interjection used when addressing friends in informal conversations.

"Ce faci, coaie?" "Foarte bine, coaie. Tu? "

"What's up, balls?" "All good, balls. What about you?"





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oi

Norwegian Norway

Interjection USED Very frequently BY Everyone

'Oi' or 'åj' is exclamation expressing surprise both negative and positive. Can be used as an equivalent to 'oops' or 'wow'.

"Oi, så fint det var her!" "Oi, jeg har mistet mobilen!"

"Wow, this is place is nice!" "Oops, I lost my phone!"





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Jøss!

Norwegian Norway

Interjection USED On Occasion BY Some People

Exclamation expressing dismay or surprise.

"Jøss! Er det virkelig deg?"

'Wow! Is it really you?'





mamma mia!*

* my mother!

Italian Italy

Interjection USED Frequently BY Everyone

(interj.) You say "mamma mia!" whenever you are surprised, scared, annoyed or happy.

"Sapevi che Anna ha sette figli?" "Mamma mia! Sono così tanti!"

"Did you know that Anna has seven children?" "My mother! They are so many!"


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wesh

French France

Interjection USED Frequently BY Young People

(interj.) Used to greet a friend or to draw attention.

"Wesh les potos. Bien ou bien ?"

"Hey guys. How ya doing?"





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czołem!*

* forehead!

Polish Poland

Interjection USED Frequently BY Older Generations

(n.) Goodbye or greeting word.

"Muszę już iść. Czołem wszystkim!"

"I gotta go. Forehead everyone!"





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csá

Hungarian Hungary

Interjection USED Frequently BY Young People

A way (usually young) people can say hello to someone.

"Csá haver, rég láttalak!"

"Hiya mate, haven't seen you for a while!"





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ndeah

Spanish Argentina

Interjection USED Frequently BY Young People

(interj.) Used to indicate sarcasm, exaggeration or just a joke.

"Estoy gordo porque estoy lleno de amor ndeah."

"I’m fat because I’m filled with love ndeah."


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aupa

Basque Basque country and Navarra, Spain

Interjection USED Very frequently BY Everyone

(interj.) Informal way to say hello in Basque. Whereas the canon word for that is "kaixo", most people use "aupa" and its huge variants in their everyday life in an informal context with known people.

"Aupa!" "Aupa!"





pisici*

* cats

Romanian Romania

Interjection USED On Occasion BY Everyone

It is a kid friendly equivalent of "oh, shit!". It is used to express surprise or when somebody is upset.

"Iar am picat examenul la literatură. Pisici..."

"I failed the literature exam again. Cats..."