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2024 年您必须知道的新加坡式英语单词和新加坡式英语短语:终极清单

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独特的俚语,新加坡式英语在过去几年中在世界各地流行起来。 除了有一部大片《疯狂的亚洲富人》完全不成比例之外,牛津 英语词典中还收录了许多新加坡式英语单词。

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从意大利到日本,至少有7所大学的语言学家也在讨论新加坡式英语俚语。

但是,从未有一个完整或更新的列表(新加坡式英语词典已过时),其中包含网络上任何地方发布的所有新加坡式英语术语,新加坡式英语短语或新加坡式英语单词。

更不用说新加坡式英语的例子来准确地说明我们新加坡人的意思。

请随时在下面向我们发送电子邮件或评论,我们很乐意用您的建议填充此新加坡式英语单词列表。 我们必须完成这项工作!

奇怪的未知事实: 许多阅读新加坡式英语指南的外国人仍然对新加坡所在的位置或它本身是否是一个主权国家感到困惑。 对于所有非新加坡人来说,您可能会或可能不会惊讶地知道我们不是中国或马来西亚的一部分,并且位于 马来半岛的南端(被马来西亚和印度尼西亚包围)。

想学习如何像当地人一样说话吗?

今天,我们编制的不是新加坡式英语词典,而是基本的交流句子和短语列表。

该列表由125个口语化和独特的新加坡术语组成,供您研究,参考,纯粹的娱乐或适应您是外国人。

在您沉迷于我们丰富多样的文化之前,请注意,有些单词和短语可能相当粗糙和令人反感,但是随着我们继续努力创造理想的多种族社会,这些天很少听到。 虽然我们出于知识获取目的将这些单词/短语收录在本新加坡式词典中,但我们不 容忍任何形式的 种族主义、歧视或暴力 。

知道还有更多新加坡式英语单词和短语可以添加到列表中吗?

请告诉我们,我们将定期更新和维护此新加坡式英语单词列表(确认不是那么swee 125只有一个)。

让我们开始吧。 

Word/PhraseDefinitionExample
AbudenSingaporean/Singlish version of "you don't say"Sally - 313 at Somerset hor?
Josh - Abuden! If not at Woodlands arh?
Act blurDescribes someone who plays the ignorance card.Oi cb don't act blur!  Where you hide my phone?
Ah Gua/Gu NiangGay. More often used to describe someone who acts feminine.This Keith damn gu niang. Stand for 5 minutes tired already.
AiyaUsed to express disappointment or when something unpleasant happens.Aiya, computer kena virus again.
AiyoCan be used when you are disappointed, surprised, annoyed or in pain.Example (Disappointed): Aiyo, computer kena virus again.
Example (Surprised): Aiyooo! Gabriel going out on a date sia!
Example (Annoyed): Aiyo! Somebody is kicking my leg.
Example (In Pain): Aiyoo, hammer drop on my leg.
AlamakUsed to express shock or surprise often in a bad way.Alamak, I thought the meeting was today. No wonder no one else was there.
Always like that oneUsed to describe someone's bad habit.He always liddat one. Buy so much food but can't finish.
Ang moh paiSomeone who acts like a westerner.This Jess damn ang moh pai one. She cannot even speak basic Chinese.
Anything lorSinglish phrase used when you don't really have an opinion.Jerry - Darling, what you want to eat?
Sarah - Anything lor
Jerry - *facepalm* Sh*t also can?
ArrowWhen someone delegates a task to you.Wa cb kena arrow by Kelvin again.
AtasTo describe a person of a high social status or an expensive place.My dream is to eat an A5 Wagyu steak at an atas restaurant with Joseph.
Blur sotong/c**kUsed to describe someone who is always confused.This blur sotong. Ask him to buy chicken for me he buy fish.
Bo chupUsed to describe someone who does not care.He bo chup one. Go everywhere also wear singlet, shorts and slippers.
Bo liaoUsed to show boredom or describe someone who is lame.He damn bo liao. Message me to ask me stupid questions.
BojioWhen someone did not invite you to hang out together.David - Yesterday, Jerry and I went to watch Wonderwoman.
Kenny - Wa Bojio! I had no plans yesterday.
Buay paiTo describe something or someone who is exceptional.That girl at 9 o'clock buay pai sia!
Buay saiCannot.This Friday I buay sai, need to study for Finals.
Buay tahanCannot stand it anymore.Wa the weather so hot really buay tahan!
Can also can, cannot also canUsed typically in a scenario when you have no choice but to say yes. Less used by Singaporeans nowadays as it often leads to extreme confusion.Jerry: Uncle can add milk to my Ice Kachang
Uncle: Can also can, cannot also can!
CBShort form for Chee Bai, which translates to the v*gina. Used as a swear word.That CB kia come and annoy me again.
Chao geng/Chao KengUsed to describe someone who malingers.This chao geng kia everyday go see MO one.
Chao muggerSomeone who studies a lot.This Kelly is a chao mugger. Everyday at the library studying.
Chao turtleUsed to express frustration and dissatisfaction.Chao turtle, that auntie didn't even say excuse me.
Chim/cheemUsed to describe something is difficult or complicated.Don't talk until so chim leh. Can simplify it and explain to me again?
ChiobuA beautiful girl.I wish that chiobu is my gf sia... haha.
ChiongRun/RushFaster chiong to the canteen, if not later long queue.
Chiong suaUsed to describe an SAF unit/soldier that is tough and has gone through intensive training.Wa he posted to NDU, everyday chiong sua.
Chop chopSinglish term used to hurry people.Eh chop chop finish your work so we can go home early.
Chope seatsUsually used in coffee shop and hawkers before eating. It means to reserve seats. Putting a pack of tissue on the table is a common way to do so.Now lunch time faster chope seats or else later GG.
CMIShort form for cannot make it. Can be used to turn down someone or to describe a person as less than satisfactory (derogatory).Example 1: This Friday I CMI, got a wedding to attend.
Example 2: The girl you like CMI la, personality and looks both bad.
Come I clap for youUsed sarcastically to act like you are impressed with something.Adam - Eh, yesterday I was the top scorer when I was playing football with Ahmad they all.
Alex - Wa! Come I clap for you...
Confirm plus chop / Double confirmSinglish term for being very confident or sure about something.I confirm plus chop you cannot find a lower price outside of this store.
DabaoMeans to take away food.Eh help me dabao. I am very lazy today.
DiamUsed to tell someone to shut up. In army, you are not allowed to move when you are ordered to diam.Eh diam la! Talk talk talk, your mouth not tired one meh?
Die alreadyAnother phrase to use when you or someone is in trouble.This time he confirm die already. He go tell his CO to go f*ck himself.
Don't play playUsed to tell someone not to fool around or to take a matter seriously. This Singlish phrase was used repeatedly by Phua Chu Kang.Don't play play hor! He black belt in Taekwondo one.
Dulan Used when you are annoyed and outraged.Stop stealing my food, later I dulan ah!
Dunno lehUsed when you are uncertain of something.Sarah - Baby, you think the red or black dress better?
James - Dunno leh, I think both also excellent.
EeeeeeyerUsed when you are disgusted by something. "Eeeeee" is a short form of eeeeyer.Eeeeeeyer, the table so dirty
Eye powerSomeone who only crowds around and looks but does not help in any way.Oi don't eye power leh! Give me a hand and move the boxes!
Geh gehTo describe someone who is putting up an act.He get get one la. One look you know he is lying already.
Geh kiangSomeone who makes a rash decision and ends up getting into trouble.He geh kiang volunteer to be the leader. Now everyday a lot of work to do.
GGInitially used worldwide by Starcraft 2 players to mean "good game", it is now used by Singaporeans when something bad is going to happen.Wa GG, they say this year economy very bad, firing a lot of people.
Gong gongHokkien for talk talk. Usually used to describe something as bullsh*t.He gong gong only la. He doesn't have the balls to confess one.
GostunRefers to reversing in driving.Remember to check safety when you gostun!
Gu gu bird/Gu gu D*ck. More recently used in a cheer during a NTU orientation camp."Kukubird ah! Kukubird kuubird, this is our kukubird!"
Guai Lan Used to describe an annoying person or someone who is very troublesome.Wa this Henry damn guai lan, everything also tell me cannot.
Hao lianDescribes someone who likes to show off. Hao lian bo la liang, is a longer form of this phrase.Got full marks for Math now come hao lian la!
Heck itSinglish phrase to show that you do not care anymore.Heck it la! I'm just going to confess to Sarah after our date tonight.
Hong ganUsed when you or someone is in deep trouble.Hong gan liao. I just got into a traffic accident.
Hosei/HosehUsed to describe a pleasant situation. Can also be used sarcastically in unpleasant situations.Example: Hosei la! Just won a 52-inch 3D OLED TV from lucky draw!
Example (Sacarsm): Hosei liao la! Tom just call boss a fat pig! He confirm hong gan!
Hum jiDescribes someone who is timid.Don't hum ji lah! Want to fight then come lah!
JialatUsed to describe a bad situation.Wa jialat. It looks like it's going to rain, but I never bring my umbrella.
KaypohUsed to describe someone nosy.This Henry damn kaypoh, keep asking what I do with my girlfriend.
KenaUsed when something bad happens to someone.Jerry kena scolded by teacher for failing his test.
KenasaiMore severe version of kena. Translate to get into deep sh*t. Also used to express frustration.He kenasai by boss for not meeting his KPI again.
KiasuTranslate to fear of losing. Used to describe aggressive and competitive behavior.Wa parents nowadays so kiasu. Their children five years old start going for tuition already.
KnnShort form for Kanina, which translates to f**k your mum. Used as a swear word/profanity.Knn, ERP increase again!
KopiHokkien word for coffee.Ah boy, want go lim kopi with ah gong tomorrow morning?
KopitiamRefers to a coffeeshop in the past. Nowadays, it mostly refers to the food court chain.Want to eat at kopitiam for lunch?
KPKBShort form for kao pei kao bu, which translates to cry father cry mother. Used when someone makes a big deal about something.James KPKB me for drinking one sip of his drink.
Lan lan suck thumbUsed when you have no choice but to do something that you dislike or hate. Commonly used during National Service.Desmond - Eh you tomorrow got SOC again ah? It's your 5th time le leh!
Mark - Lan lan suck thumb lorh... if not complain to MINDEF meh?
Lao jiao Someone who is experienced.Don't know anything ask Timothy. He is a lao jiao.
Lao kuiAn alternate word to describe something embarrassing.I lost an arm wrestling challenge to a girl, damn lao kui.
Last time policemen wear shortsUsed when you are discouraging someone from being nostalgicJason - Last time in school a lot of girls come talk to me one hor!
Farah - Last time policemen wear shorts also.
Last warningUsed on someone who annoys you so much that you feel like beating them up.Eh last warning hor! Don't disturb me. I want to study.
LepakTo spend time walking/loitering around aimlessly.My friends and I like to lepak at JEM after school.
LiddatShort form for like that.Dun liddat la. We go drink beer cheer up ok?
LobangTips, life hacks, and deals.Got any lobang to earn money?
MachiamUsed to compare describe things that feel or look similar.Her eye bag so big machiam some panda.
Mai laiDon't try/Don't give me that.Last week you say need take care of brother. This week you say got family outing. Mai lai!
MakanMalay word for eating.What you want to makan for dinner?
MaluMalay word for shy. To embarrass or humiliate.Wa just now our performance damn malu sia!
Neh neh pok/Neh Neh BreastHer looks not bad but her neh neh pok damn small.
NehmindShort form for never mind.You don't want to help me nehmind, I can just ask someone else.
NiaCan be used to substitute only. Occasionally has a slightly condescending tone to it.He every month earn $3000 nia. How to buy a car?
No choice lehUsed when you are left with no other options.Jones - Wa working so hard ah!
Larry - No choice leh, got a family to feed.
No linkWhen something is unrelated to whatever you were saying.Jerry - Jordan just bought a PS4 yesterday!
Jenn - I like to eat steak!
Jerry - Huh? No link leh.
O$P$Short form for owe money pay money. Mostly painted or sprayed by loan sharks near lift lobbies.#03-03 O$P$ 91234567 (Graffiti on the lift)
Onz?Used to ask if someone is agreeable with a plan.This Saturday we go to the beach, onz?
Orbi goodUsed when you do not feel sorry for someone and feels that he or she deserves to be punished.Orbi good la! Tell you so many times already don't want to listen.
ORD LOFavourite phrase of NSF. Chanted when one has completed his NS or is very near to it.Instagram - Uploading photo with pink IC... ORD LO
OrhYes/Okay.Mother - Remember to lock the door later ah!
Xavier - Orh.
Orh horUsed when trouble is incoming.Louisa - This Ms Lim damn guai lan sia. No wonder so old already not married.
*Ms Lim walks past and overheard the conversation*
Peter - Orh horwealthy GG. You die already!
PaisehTo express one's embarassment or to make an apologyExample 1: Just now I fall down walking on flat ground, damn paiseh sia.
Example 2: Paiseh, just now bathing can't reply your message.
PangsehUsed when someone who does not turn up for meet ups or outings with friends.This Alex pangseh us again. Go out with his gf then don't want come LAN with us.
PokkaiUsed when you are broke.This month keep eating good food, pokkai liao.
PonTo skip an activity. Short form for ponteng.I going to pon school today.
RabakUsed to describe a person or situation that has gone out of hand. Variations include Rabs, Rabz, Rabz KebabzWa, this guy rabak sia, didn't even cc me on the latest cash projections.
RojakA vegetable salad dish found mainly in Singapore, Malaysia, and Indonesia. More often used when everything is mixed or very messy.My workplace really like rojak. Got people from a lot of countries.
SaboShort form of sabotage. Means to create trouble or cause harm.Eh later don't sabo ah. We just keep quiet can already.
See firstUsed when you are still considering or do not have an answer yet. Also, a nice way to reject an invitation subtly.Justin - Friday want to Zouk?
Mabel - I see first.
SekaliWhat if?Eh later we take cab can? Sekali that MRT breakdown again how?
ShagUsed to show tiredness.Shag, today need to OT again.
Shiok (MUST KNOW!)Used to express great satisfaction. Wa shiok! This month got 4 long weekends!
Sia laMeans Oh My God. (OMG)Sia la! His father just bought him a Lamborghini for his 21st birthday!
Sia SuayUsed to describe something embarrassing.Haha he banged into the wall just now damn sia suay!
Siam lahSinglish way to tell people to f*ck offSiam lah, stop blocking the way.
SianUsed when you are unhappy, bored or tired.Sian, tomorrow need to work again.
SibehMeans very.Today got Barcelona vs Real Madrid match! Sibeh excited.
Simi saiLiterally means What The Sh*t.Simi said, he passed his driving in less than two months.
SiolSimilarly to lah and sia, siol is an expression used at the end of a sentence. Some Singaporeans tend to add ~ right after siol in text messages.Wa, golden bayonet siol~
SMLJ Short form for simi lan jiao, which translates to what c**k. Swear word for an unpleasant situation.SMLJ! The clothes I bought 2 days ago now got discount!
SteadySimply means yes.This Saturday we go MBS eat want or not?
James: Steady la bro!
SuanSinglish word used when someone is getting teased, often in a sarcastic way.Don't suan me la. I know you confirm score higher than me one.
SuayUsed to describe an unfortunate situation.Wa damn suay. Kena bird sh*t on my head.
SwakuSomeone who is not well informed, or a country bumpkin.I very swaku one, never go USS before.
SweeSinglish word for perfect!I prepare everything swee swee for you already. Don't screw it up hor!
Talk c**kWhen you are talking about random stuff or bullsh*t.Me and Xaver like to talk c**k.
Tau pokThe situation when guys lie on top of one another to crush a person, mostly for fun.Ivan - Today his birthday let's tau pok him!
All - TAU POK!!!
TolongUsed as a cry for help.Tolong la. I will pay you back the money in 3 days.
TycoSinglish word for lucky.Wa tyco sia! Posted as a clerk at HQ.
UluSome place which is not easily accessible.This restaurant damn ulu but the food is good!
Uncle / AuntieA friendly way to address middle age and above men (uncle) or women (auntie). Can also be used for relatives.That chicken uncle very nice! Give me extra rice!
Ups/up there lahTo praise someone who is a high achiever.GPA 5.0?! Up there lah!
Walao/WapiangUsed to express dissatisfaction and discontent.Walao eh! The MRT aircon why so hot one?
WayangSomeone who puts up a show to suck up to his or her superiors.This Julian like some wayang king. Superiors around he then act like he is working. Once they zao he slack already.
What time alreadyUsually used on someone who is late. You are not really asking for the time.Eh what time already? Why haven't fall in! Whole lot knock it down!
White horseSomeone who is the child of an influential/powerful/wealthy person.Their bmt company got white horse no wonder life so good.
Yaya papapyaSomeone who is arrogant or a show off.This guy damn yaya papaya. Everyday drive different car come to work.
You ask me I ask who?When you are clearly not the right guy to answer a particular question.Benny - Why are we waiting so long?
Jet - You ask me I ask who?
You say lehUsually used when the answer is self-evident.Adam - Darling, can I go clubbing this Saturday?
Rachel - You say leh?
Your headSinglish term usually used when someone is spouting nonsense to shut them up.Terry - Eh Mike you like Helen right!
Mike - I like your head la!
ZaiPro.Wa he damn zai, read one time can memorise everything already.
Zhun boTranslates to are you sure?They say government is giving money again, zhun bo?

在我们结束新加坡式英语单词和短语的汇编之前…

新加坡式英语是一种奇妙的口语化英语加密形式,混合了至少6种不同的语言和方言。

有趣的是,我们中没有人接受过如何说或理解这种语言的正规教育(我们只是以某种方式记住它)。

口音,以及混合来自不同种族群体的各种单词以形成我们自己的新加坡式英语单词的能力真是令人着迷! 这是一个视频来总结这一切!

新加坡式英语单词示例(发音)

还有一个有趣的视频准确地描绘了英语和新加坡发音之间的差异。

新加坡式英语词典

有趣的是,有一本新加坡式英语和新加坡英语 词典 于2004年推出。

它很全面,但自2016年以来从未更新过。 请注意,以复古为主题的词典包含许多过时的单词,这些单词很少使用或随着时间的推移而“演变”。

我们不确定是否有人将其维持到今天的标准。

看到此列表中缺少任何新加坡式英语单词或短语吗?

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