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Catch Phrase | QAQ

Meaning:

Often seen in online chats and online novels, this combination of letters looks like the emoji of two weeping eyes and a wide open mouth, and therefore is used to mean “very sad.” People often type it at the end of a sentence.

Example:

A: 高考终于结束了,你可以好好放松一下了。

Gāokǎo zhōngyú jiéshù lenǐ kěyǐ hǎohǎo fàngsōng yīxià le

Gaokao (the national college entrance exams) is finally over. You can give yourself a break now.

B: 我感觉数学试卷太难了,考得不好,QAQ

Wǒ gǎnjué shùxué shìjuàn tài nán lekǎo de bù hǎoQAQ

I feel the math exam was very challenging and I didn’t do well. (Weepy face)

A: 考完了就不要再想了,一场考试并不决定你的未来,以后的路还长。

Kǎo wán le jiù búyào zài xiǎng leyīchǎng kǎoshì bìng bù juédìng nǐ de wèiláiyǐhòu de lù hái cháng

Don’t think about it now that it’s over. The exam doesn’t decide your future once and for all as you have a long way to go.


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