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Tagalog Philippines

eh di ikaw na!

Expression USED Frequently BY Everyone

It is usually used as an insult to someone who is performing better than you. A close translation in English would be, "then you do it, if you're so good at it", or "good for you!" but said with a sarcastic tone. It is a phrase frequently associated with smart shaming but can also be used as a form of banter for close friends.

"Natapos ko na assignment ko!" "Eh di ikaw na!"

"I finished my homework already!" "Well, good for you!"

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Spanish Buenos Aires, Argentina

hola bella

Expression USED Frequently BY Young People

(hi beautiful) • It's a way of saying hello to a close friend.

"Hola bella! Hacemos videollamada hoy un ratito?"

"Hi beautiful! Wanna make a videocall today for a while?"

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Greek Greece

Kάνε έναν κώλο πιο πέρα

Expression USED On Occasion BY Young People

(Do an ass farther) • This expression is said from a person who is standing to a person who is sitting, asking for some space to sit.

" Έχεις απλωθεί στον καναπέ, κάνε έναν κώλο πιο πέρα να κάτσω."

"You're spread all over the couch, do an ass farther for me to sit."

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Greek Greece

βρέχει καρεκλοπόδαρα

Expression USED On Occasion BY Everyone

(It rains chair legs) • This expression is used when it rains heavily.

"Δεν μπορούμε να βγούμε έξω σήμερα. Βρέχει καρεκλοπόδαρα."

"We can't go out today. It's raining chair legs."

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Spanish Honduras

alero

Expression USED On Occasion BY Gen Y'ers

(n.) • Used mostly by Gen X and Gen Y to refer to a friend.

"Vamos a tener una reunión, hace tiempo no veo a mis aleros"

"We're having a reunion, haven't seen my aleros in a while"

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