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2020年最slay的15个英语俚语,你知道几个?

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知名Youtube语言文化博主@Linguamarina近日盘点了2020年最流行的15个英语俚语。一起来学一学吧↓

2020年最slay的15个英语俚语,你知道几个? Weston MacKinnon@betteratf8/unsplash

 

01 lit

When something is exciting, really enjoyable, you can say it’s “lit”.

当某件事令人兴奋或是非常愉悦时,你可以说“lit”。

 

02 GOAT

It is an acronym of Greatest Of All Time.

GOAT是Greatest Of All Time的首字母缩写,意思是有史以来最棒的。

 

03 snatched

When someone is wearing something that is very fashionable or has a look that looks really good.

当某人穿着非常时尚或是非常漂亮时可以说某人snatched。

 

04 on fleek

This can be used as a replacement for "on point", meaning something has been perfectly done.

这个词可以用来代替"on point",表示某事完成的非常好。

 

05 salty

You can say someone is salty when they get upset or angry over something.

某人对某事非常失望或生气就可以用salty。

 

06 fit

Unlike the British version of the term "fit", which means attractive, in the United States, "fit" is just the shortened version of the word "outfit".

不像在英式英语中fit表示有吸引力的,在美国,fit仅是outfit的缩写,意思是全套服装。

 

07 dead

As slang, it means that something is so funny or ridiculously good it's forced you to be hyperbolic.

dead作为俚语,表示某事特别有趣好笑。

 

08 fire

It is used to refer to something that is really cool and amazing.

fire表示非常酷或非常了不起的事。

 

09 low-key

This can be used as a replacement for "quiet", "modest", "not very assertive."

low-key通常用来代替安静的,谦虚的,不加断言的,翻译过来就是我们所说的低调。

 

10 high-key

It is the opposite of low-key.

high-key与low-key相反,表示高调。

 

11 shady

When someone is very sneaky, suspicious, you can say that person is "shady".

当某人非常狡猾、可疑时,你可以说这个人"shady"。

 

12 savage

This word is used as internet slang when describing a shocking event or a careless attitude.

这个词是网络俚语,用来表示某件事非常震惊或是一种无所谓的态度。

 

13 shook

When someone is shook it means they are shocked or incredibly surprised.

shook用来表示某人感觉非常震惊或是惊讶。

 

14 slay

To "slay" is to do really well or succeed at something.

slay表示在某事上做的非常好或是非常成功。

 

15 stan

"stan" can be a noun for an overzealous and obsessive fan, and a verb meaning to be that kind of fan. It originated from an Eminem song of the same name.

stan用作名词时表示狂热和痴迷的粉丝,而用作动词时则是成为这种狂热和痴迷的粉丝。它源于歌手阿姆的同名歌曲。

 

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