What does it mean when someone says my china?
China. “My China” is the cockney rhyming slang for “China plate” (meaning “my mate”). In South Africa, My China means a friend/mate.
What does China mean in British slang?
” My old china ” Meaning: Cockney rhyming slang for mate. Example: We’ve been best pals since schooldays.
What does China mean in Australian slang?
china plate – “mate”, friend, compatriot. Also Cockney rhyming slang; usually shortened to “china”.
What kind of word is China?
What type of word is ‘china’? China is a noun – Word Type.
How do you respond to Howzit?
“Howzit” is the most common reply. Sometimes I forget I’m in Hawaii and reply “I’m well how are you?” the other party is usually not expecting that response, and the moment becomes awkward. Also, don’t expect a “Howzit” offered toward a white collar person to be responded too.
What does SIS mean in South Africa?
sis in British English
or sies (sɪs , siːs ) exclamation. South Africa informal. an exclamation of disgust. Collins English Dictionary.
What does alright me old China mean?
In cockney rhyming slang, ‘China plate’ means ‘mate’, but if you really want to be authentic simply say, ‘Alright me old china! ‘ Another slang phrase that is commonly used today is ‘Adam and Eve’ to replace ‘believe’, you will often hear Londoners say ‘I can’t Adam and Eve it’ in disbelief!
What does me old fruit mean?
Noun. old fruit (plural old fruits) (Britain, slang, dated, sometimes as a term of address) An old friend; an old chap or fellow.
What does me old cocker mean?
to pamper or spoil by indulgence. noun. 2. British informal. a mate (esp in the phrase old cocker)
What does dropping your bucket in the sand mean?
Yep… That’s it: anal sex.
What does cheese and kisses Mean in Australia?
‘Cheese and kisses’ meaning
A common rhyming aussie slang way of saying the missus. The missus is a guys girlfriend/partner/wife. Example: Mate, tell the cheese and kisses I said hi when you see her.
What does thong mean in Australia?
One of the most infamous Australian idiosyncrasies is the word for flip flop: the ‘thong’. Not to be confused with the buttock-cleaving variety, the Aussie version comprises a rubber sole held to the foot by two straps that meet between the first and second toes.
What is a nickname for China?
China – The Red Dragon
The dragon is as much part of Chinese culture today as it has been throughout the centuries; hence it has become the country’s nickname.
What do Chinese people call China?
Chinese names for China, aside from Zhongguo, include Zhōnghuá (中華/中华, “central beauty”), Huáxià (華夏/华夏, “beautiful grandness”), Shénzhōu (神州, “divine state”) and Jiǔzhōu (九州, “nine states”).
Names of China.
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How China got its name?
The name ‘China’ comes from the Sanskrit Cina (derived from the name of the Chinese Qin Dynasty, pronounced ‘Chin’) which was translated as ‘Cin’ by the Persians and seems to have become popularized through trade along the Silk Road.