撒狗粮 (Chinese PinYin: [sā gǒu liáng]; traditional Chinese:撒狗糧) may mean: (1) noun. Public display of affection (PDA); (2) verb. To display affection in a public setting. Literally: 撒 (scatter) + 狗 (dog) + 粮 (food). Because “Single Dog” is now often used to refer to single, unmarried people in China in a humorous and self-deprecating way, the acts of displaying affection (such as holding hands, kissing or other acts of showing off their love) in public or in social media sites are often described as scattering dog food to the “single dogs (single people)”.
1. How to pronounce 撒狗粮?
Chinese Pinyin: [sā gǒu liáng]
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2. Synonyms And Antonyms of 撒狗粮
Synonyms: 秀恩爱, 洒了一地狗粮,
3. What are the fixed expression, collocation and idioms that contains 撒狗粮
Fixed expression: N/A
Collocation: 撒狗粮的行为 (the act of public display of affection), 朋友圈撒狗粮 (public display of affection on social sites),
4. How to use 撒狗粮 in a sentence?
Below are some example sentences and quotes containing 撒狗粮.
Translation: Public display of affection in India is not a good idea.
Translation: Some people are more comfortable with engaging in a public display of affection than others.
Translation: Public display of affection is an act that displays a person’s affection for another person which could be either verbally or physically.
Translation: Public display of affection (PDA) isn’t for everyone.
Translation: Kissing in public is a typical act of PDA, or Public display of affection.
Translation: The research into why so many teenagers and young adults engage in public displays of affection (PDAs) has found that the majority of people do so to show off.
4.7 对于撒狗粮的女性来说, 他们最担心的就是怕看起来像荡妇, 男性则完全没有这个担忧, 他们名声会因此变得更好.
Translation: For women engaging in PDAs, one of the biggest concerns was “looking like a slut,” which wasn’t an issue at all for men – on the contrary, their reputation benefited.
4.8 38%的男性希望撒狗粮会让他们看起来像花花公子, 或者他们会因此获得名声
Translation: For 38 per cent of men, the hope was that PDAs would make them appear “like a player” or they would “get more credit.”
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