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冇眼睇*

* no eyes to see

Chinese | Cantonese Hong Kong

Expression USED Frequently BY Almost Everyone

To be unable to bear the sight of something, usually to express disappointment or when something is infuriating.

"我冇眼睇."

"I can't take it anymore."





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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?