Italian Italy

quattrocchi

Word USED On Occasion BY Children

(n.) • (foureyes) • A slightly offensive way of calling people who wear glasses.

"Alice è una quattrocchi!"

"Alice is a foureyes!"

Confirmed by 8 people

Afrikaans South Africa and Namibia

dronkverdriet

Word USED Frequently BY Adults

(n.) • (drunken grief) • Someone has "dronkverdriet" when they are crying, emotional or depressed after they drank a lot of alcohol.

"Hoekom huil sy? Sy het dronkverdriet want sy het te veel gedrink."

"Why is she crying? She has drunken grief because she drank too much."

Hungarian Hungary

király

Word USED Frequently BY Young People

(adj.) • (king) • Its original meaning is "king", but it's used as an adjective to say "cool" or "dope".

"Fú, de király volt ez a koncert!"

"Wow, this concert was so king!"

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Chinese China, Singapore, Taiwan, Hong Kong

Word USED Very frequently BY Everyone

(interj.) • A greeting used most frequently (and nowadays almost exclusively) on telephone calls. The greeting most directly means "Hello" and confirms the phone call has connected.

喂 ,你还在吗?

Hello, are you still there?

English United States

stone-faced

Word USED On Occasion BY Everyone

(adj.) • Showing no emotion in facial expression.

"He was stone-faced as he listened to his brother's appeal for money."

Confirmed by 7 people

Finnish Finland

näppäimistö

Word USED Frequently BY Everyone

(n.) • (keyboard) • Another word for finger, sormi, is näppi, näpit. When you do something where you touch something with multiple fingers consecutively, for example twang guitar strings, that can be called näppäillä, näppäily. Ending -sto, -stö indicates something that is formed of many same items in same place, for example puu, puusto means a place with trees. Keyboard has multiple keys handled by one finger at a time, so it's called näppäimistö.

"Kun näppäilet näppäimistöä näpeilläsi, näppäimistä kuuluu kova ääni."

"When you type on the keyboard with your fingers, the keys make a loud sound."

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Finnish Finland

kännykkä

Word USED Frequently BY Everyone

(n.) • It's the word for mobile phone.

"Minä vuonna ostit kännykän?"

"What year did you buy a mobile phone?"

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Finnish Finland

tietokone

Word USED Frequently BY Everyone

(n.) • (knowledge machine) • Computer.

"Onko joku koneella? Onko teillä tietokone?"

"Is someone at the machine? Do you have a computer?"

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Finnish Finland

kannettava tietokone

Word USED Frequently BY Everyone

(carriable computer) • Laptop, a computer that you are able to carry.

"Tämä kauppa myy kannettavia tietokoneita. Tarvitsetko kannettavan? Minulla on jo läppäri."

"This store sells carriable computers. Do you need a carriable? I already have a laptop."

Spanish Colombia

vaina

Word USED Frequently BY Almost Everyone

(n.) • Used to refer to something you want to reach or when you point to something. Similar to "that thing".

"Pásame esa vaina."

"Give me that thing."

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Spanish Venezuela

catire

Word USED Very frequently BY Almost Everyone

(adj.) • Common way to refer to blond people.

"Me gustan las mujeres catiras."

"I like blond girls."

Confirmed by 2 people

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Spanish Venezuela

Épale

Word USED Very frequently BY Almost Everyone

(interj.) • It's a way to say hey or hi.

"¡Épale! ¿Cómo estás?" "¡Épale Andrés! ¿Cómo estuvo tu fin de semana?"

"Hi! How are you?" "Hey Andres! How was your weekend?"

Confirmed by 3 people

Spanish Venezuela

pana

Word USED Very frequently BY From Gen X until Z

It's another way to say 1) friend or 2) friendly. Also can use like 3) "dude".

1) "Carlos es mi pana." 2) "Carlos es pana." 3) "Oye pana, ¿qué hora es?"

1) "Carlos is my friend." 2) "Carlos is friendly." 3) "Hey dude, what time is it?"

Confirmed by 4 people

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Polish Poland

przedwczoraj

Word USED Very frequently BY Everyone

It's a one word used to describe "day before yesterday".

"Zrobiłem to przedwczoraj."

"I did it the day before yesterday."

Confirmed by 3 people

Polish Poland

no

Word USED Very frequently BY Everyone

It has variety of meanings. Most often it is used as a colloquial way of saying "yes", it can also express understanding or agreement. For example "no nie!" ("no no!") can express disbelief, disappointment or even anger. It always depends on the context.

"Jesteś gotowy?" "No."

"Are you ready?" "No." (instead of "yes")

Confirmed by 4 people

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Romanian Romania

mișto

Word USED Very frequently BY Young People

(adj.) • It is used when saying that something is cool.

"Când am mers la magazin am văzut un tricou mișto.”

"When I went to to shop I saw a cool t-shirt."

Spanish Mexico

mochar

Word USED Very frequently BY Young People

To tear off, cut carelessly or amputate.

"¿Tienes alguna idea de cómo reducir la delincuencia?" "¡Tenemos que mocharle las manos a los ladrones!"

"Do you have any ideas on how to reduce crime?" "We have to cut off thieves hands!"

Confirmed by 5 people

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Tagalog Philippines

kati

Word USED Frequently BY Adults, Teens

Literally, it means "itchy", but it can also mean "horny" in certain contexts.

"Mukhang kating-kati ka ngayon ah."

"You look like you're really itchy right now."

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Greek Greece

φύγαμε

Word USED Very frequently BY Most People

(v.) • (we left) • Usually said at the end of a conversation as a call to action.

"Πάμε παραλία?" "Φύγαμε"

"Wanna go to the beach?" "We left!"