Fri 14 Jul, 2006 02:23 pm
Hello. I have a bunch of questions on Chinese slang, But I'd like to start out with these:
What are "tough guys" called in Chinese slang besides "Ying han" and "cu ren"?
What is Chinese slang for a guy prone to fighting?
In American slang, a "tough guy" is called a "rock". Does "rock" have the same figurative use in Chinese?
Chinese don't have same use with "rock" as American.
Chinese call them"liu mang"
Chinese slang terms
I was told "bao tuo", "Ying han" and "Cu ren" are slang.
I"ve seen tattoos of Chinese symbols. Is "Wushi" considered slang?
'wushi' is not slang.
In fact 'ying han' is not slang either.
someone is called 'ying han' means he is strong.
and others are very difficult to let him submit
Hello smallhalf. Do they call tough guys "dragons" in Chinese slang and in figurative Chinese language?
in chinese, a person who like fighting. we call them" liumang". but that is old words. our young people call this kind people "gu huo zai". i don't know if you are learning chinese. if yes. you can contact me with e-mail.
Questions for tsjlqydlts
Hello tsjlqydlts. How are you? What forms of Chinese do you speak?
What do you call a girl who is prone to fighting in Chinese slang?