Indonesian Indonesia

galau

Word USED Frequently BY Mainly Young People

(v.) • (complicated thoughts) • Used when you are sad, confused, having problems that you almost cannot do anything else because those problems are the only thing you are thinking right now. Also used when you are confused choosing over some choices.

"Dia lagi galau karena habis diputusin pacarnya."

"She currently is having complicated thoughts because she was dumped by her boyfriend."

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Norwegian Norway

(helt) konge

Expression USED On Occasion BY Young People

(adj.) • ((completely) king) • Great, very good, the best of the best.

"Han er helt konge på gitar!"

"He's completely king at playing the guitar!"

Confirmed by 2 people

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Norwegian Norway

kjip

Word USED On Occasion BY Young People

Something stupid, sad, boring, unpleasant, or petty. Can be used for objects, situations, or people.

"Jeg synes de var kjipe som ikke inviterte oss på festen." "Ja, det er kjipt å sitte her hjemme alene."

"I think it was petty of them not to invite us to the party." "Yes, it's boring sitting at home alone."

Confirmed by 2 people

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Norwegian Norway

morrabrød

Expression USED On Occasion BY Young People

(n.) • (morning bread) • Expression meaning waking up with an erection.

"Han våknet opp på sofaen med morrabrød."

"He woke up on the sofa with a morning bread."

Confirmed by 2 people

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Indonesian Indonesia

baper

Slang USED Very frequently BY Young People

(v.) • (bringing feelings) • Takes things very personally or with feelings. For example, when someone being so nice to you that you thought that person actually loves you or when someone scold you because you did something wrong that made you hate that person because you took it too personally.

"Dia tuh tiap aku sedih selalu ngechat aku dan peduli banget sama aku. Jadi baper deh..."

"Everytime I'm sad he always chats me and really cares for me. That makes me bring my feelings..."

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German German speaking countries

geil

Word USED Very frequently BY Young People

(adj.) • Used both as an adjective or an interjection to express that you like something or approval.

"Dein neues Lied ist echt geil!"

"Your new song is really cool!"

Confirmed by 10 people

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German Germany

knorke

Word USED On Occasion BY Young People

(adj.) • It means “cool”.

"Das ist echt knorke!"

"That’s really cool!"

Confirmed by 11 people

English North West England, United Kingdom

sound

Slang USED Very frequently BY Young People

(adj.) • The word 'sound' has two uses and meanings in English slang. The first is as an adjective, to describe a person as cool and/or easy to get on with. The second is as an affirmation, like 'alright' or 'yes, of course'.

"Have you met Josh?" "Yeah, he's well sound." "Is it okay if we get there at about 8pm?" "Yeah, sound, no worries."

Confirmed by 9 people

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Spanish Mexico City, Mexico

chido

Expression USED Very frequently BY Young People and adults

It means that something’s cool.

"Untranslatable es una página muy chida."

"Untranslatable is a cool page."

Confirmed by 5 people

French French speaking countries

wesh

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?"

Confirmed by 3 people

German German speaking countries

geil

Word USED Very frequently BY Young People

(adj.) • (horny) • Used to refer to something really good.

"Heute ist geiles Wetter."

"It's good weather today."

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Spanish Mexico

estar chingón

Slang USED Very frequently BY Young People

"Chingón" means "good" in a very impolite and informal way, so you can only use it with your long-time friends.

"Ese carro está muy chingón."

"That car is fucking awesome."

Confirmed by 5 people

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Welsh Wales

grêt

Word USED Frequently BY Young People

(adj.) • Great

"Sut roedd y parti? Roedd hi'n grêt!"

"How was the party? It was great!"

Confirmed by 2 people

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Hungarian Hungary

csá

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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Spanish Mexico

qué pedo

Expression USED Very frequently BY Young People

It's used usually to greet someone on a friendly, casual, carefree way. For all practical purposes it means "hey, there". It's used specially among young people but some adults use this as well. This expression may not be used in a serious formal conversation, because it could be considered rude or cheeky.

"Qué pedo?! Cómo estás?" "Bien, aquí trabajando."

"Hey there! How are you?" "I'm fine, just working."

Confirmed by 7 people

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Italian Rome, Italy

bella

Word USED Frequently BY Young People

(adj.) • (beautiful) • It’s a way to say “hello” to your friends in Rome. It can be followed by their name or by “zì” (lit. “uncle”), which means “bro”.

"Bella, zì!" "Bella, Simo!"

"Hello, bro!" "Hello, Simon!"

Confirmed by 9 people

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Spanish Panama

yeyo

Slang USED Very frequently BY Young People

(adj.) • This word basically means “cool” or “nice” It can be used in plenty of contexts

"Man, te quedo super yeyo el outfit." "Fren, estamos en una fiesta super yeya."

"Man, your outfit is really cool" "Bro, we are at a cool party."

Confirmed by 3 people

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Swedish Sweden

tjenare

Slang USED Very frequently BY Adults, Young People

(interj.) • Comes from the old expression “Jag är eder ödmjuke tjänare” (“I am your humble servant”).

"Tjenare! Hur är läget?"

"Hi! What’s up?"

Hungarian Hungary

csá

Slang USED Frequently BY Young People

A greeting. Shortened form of csaó, meaning goodbye or hello.

"Csá!"

"Hi!"

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Spanish Argentina

ndeah

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."

Confirmed by 6 people