剁手 (Chinese PinYin: [duò shǒu]; traditional Chinese: 剁手) may mean: (1) noun. online shopping; (2) verb. shopping online; (3) noun. online shopping spree. Literally: 剁 (chop) + 手 (hands). With the raise of the online shopping, many people will regret purchasing too much online and therefore they were kidding that they will chop off their hands to avoid future buyings. Nowadays, the term hand-chopping simply means online shopping and it is not even derogatory in tone. Some example phrases and expressions are: 剁手族 / 剁手党, (hands-chopping shoppers), 剁手清单 (online shopping list), 剁手指南 (guide for online shopping).
1. How to pronounce 剁手?
Chinese Pinyin: [duò shǒu]
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2. Synonyms And Antonyms of 剁手
Synonyms: 网购, 疯狂购物,
3. What are the fixed expression, collocation and idioms that contains 剁手
Fixed expression: 剁手族 / 剁手党, (hands-chopping shoppers),
Collocation: 剁手清单 (online shopping list), 剁手指南 (guide for online shopping),
4. How to use 剁手 in a sentence?
Below are some example sentences and quotes containing 剁手.
4.1 如果我再买买买, 我就要剁手了.
Translation: I’am gonna chop my hands if I should buy again.
Translation: Joining a spending spree on online shopping festivals is a mixed story.
Translation: I’ll shop online tonight.
Translation: If you’re an expat in China, you NEED to know how to do online shopping in China.
Translation: Check out the best online shopping sites that you should be shopping at right now.
Translation: Did you do any shopping on the Tmall Double 11 Shopping Festival this year?
Translation: The largest group of hands-chopping shoppers is found in Shanghai.
Translation: Many hands-chopping shoppers concerned about when the package delivery will be suspended for holiday and whether the ordered goods for the Spring Festival can arrive home on time.
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