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Chinese Slang--乌鸦嘴

2015-04-21 08:12 ChineseTime

learn Chinese Slang--乌鸦嘴

me乌鸦嘴 [wū yā zuǐ]: crow’s beak /doomsayer


me乌鸦 [wū yā]: crow

me嘴 [zuǐ]: mouth

Chinese Meaning:

zhōng guó rén rèn wéi wū yā shì yì zhǒng bù xiáng de yù zhào 。  
中国人认为乌鸦是一种不祥的预兆。

ér “ wū yā zuǐ ” xíng róng rén kǒu wú zhē lán , zhí yán zhí yǔ ,
而“乌鸦嘴”形容人口无遮拦,直言直语,

shuō chū bù zhōng tīng bù jí lì de huà , ér qiě wáng wǎng huì hěn líng yàn 。
说出不中听不吉利的话,而且往往会很灵验。

Chinese people consider crow as a bird of ill omen.

So “乌鸦嘴” is used to describe people who usually say sth. ominous directly .

What’s more, the prediction could be efficacious.

 

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