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This article is from the Japanese FAQ, by TANAKA Tomoyuki tanaka@cs.indiana.edu and Olaf Meeuwissen olaf@IMSL.shinshu-u.ac.jp with numerous contributions by others.

06 Japanese slang: charinko, kattarui, uzattai, ...

http://www.asahi-jc.com/slang.htm
>
> ajapa-!: A sound of disbelief or shock.
>
> charinko: It means "bicycle." Usually, highschool students use it.
>
> chin suru: Microwave it. [Nuke it.]
>
> choberiba: [...] the second part of it came from English
> expression, "very bad." "Cho" means, "extra-ordinary."
> So, it means, "extra-ordinary bad."
>
> kattarui: It means "tired." It's often pronounced, "Kattarii."
>
> uzattai: This is an adjective for young people to
> disrespectfully describe older people who are fussy.
> It's often used to describe teachers who are very strict
> with their students.

 

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