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ここはカタカナ
Bleeding Edge
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ここは日本語の説明。
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ae7wAW LOUIS VUITTON PURSES LOUIS VUITTON PURSES Comment by: fuck your mom    Rated:1/5
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チク
chick
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キュートの女の人
slang for a girl not as used or name for a baby chicken Comment by: tt    Rated:3/5
It's used for both. But baby chicken is the literal translation. When used to address a female it is slang. Comment by: P   
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バルビ
barbie
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アウスtラリア語のBBQ
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ブムウィプ
bumwipe
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落し紙
No one in America would say this. We call the buttocks "the ass", the rectum "the asshole", and would call a person an "asswipe". In America a bum is a lazy person or a beggar, or a person of bad character. And bum can also be used as a verb, as in to borrow a small thing with no intention to repay, such as "to bum a cigarette" from a stranger. Comment by: American Joe    Rated:1/5
I've never heard this said before. I've heard of asswipe and asshole, but never bumwipe. That sounds more british to me, but I couldn't be sure. Comment by: asano_man   
It's true, this one is not as commonly used as asswipe and asshole. Comment by: P   
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ブー
boo
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野次る; 弥次る
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ホウレイ
hooray
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さよなら
Hooray does not mean goodbye. Its a cheer of sorts. It is a way of expressing joy and excitement. Or when used sarcastically, it means you are displeased with the current or forthcoming circumstance. Hooray is still used in American English. Comment by: P   
don't know where your hearing people say hooray, but as far as i am aware they don't. people may say this when being extremely sarcastic, however no one would use this as a serious expression of joy or happiness. Comment by: Se7eN    Rated:1/5
It can still be used for a joyfull expression. It's common to shout "hip, hip, hooray" at celebrations like weddings, birthdays and national parades. Most often contracted to "H'ray!" when really excited though. Comment by: docweb    Rated:5/5
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モム
mum
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お母さん
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ルセル
loser
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不人気いの人
Very bad katakana and explanation. Katakana should be "ru-za-". Explanation should be "ninki ja nai hito". Basically, a "nerd"...perhaps a person who wears glasses and is smart, but is not good at sports and does not get much respect. Comment by: Rick    Rated:1/5
Loser shouldn't be translated as "nerd". A loser would be someone who is a failure, i.e. has no money, job, or girlfriend etc. A nerd would be someone who is incapable of style or who is socially unskilled. Comment by: robert   
Preferred translation: 「負け犬」 Comment by: Vendo Thefastlane   
A loser can be anyone at all. It is used to express disrespect usually for someone who you think lives a pathetic life. Usage depends on the opinions of each person. It is someone who loses out on something, and depending on what each individual sees as a waste of time, it can be used on anyone at all. Loser is an insult. However, the literal meaning of loser is the one who has lost, usually in competition. Its not often used to describe someone who has literally lost/ misplaced something. Comment by: P   
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ワクイングデウドウ
walking dead
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心が疲れる
Extremely poor use of katakana. The katakana used reads as "wakeingu deudou", which makes no sense whatsoever. The closet thing to ワクイング is ワーキング (wâkingu) which translates as "working". The correct katakana would be ウオーキングデッド, which reads as "uôkingu deddo". Comment by: kana Nazi #003    Rated:1/5
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OK
ok
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大丈夫です!
means; affirmative, good, correct, also used in the abstract to respond to something not understood or cared about. Comment by: Se7eN    Rated:4/5
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寝ぼけんじゃねえよ!
Get your head out of your ass!
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寝ぼけんじゃねえよ。
Teehee! I wouldnt call this slang but...what the heck! I've said it before! ^.^- Comment by: Kirobunny    Rated:3/5
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