1. What does 哎哟 mean in English?
哎哟 (Chinese PinYin: āi yō; traditional Chinese: 哎喲) is a mandarin Chinese interjection or exclamation, it means hey, ouch, oh, damn or my god. It is a polysemous word, it can also mean (1) amazement or astonishment; (2) feeling distress, or hardship; (3) impatience; (4) feeling or showing regret; (5) to represent the noise that people make when they suddenly feel pain.
2. How to pronounce 哎哟 ?
Chinese Pinyin: [āi yō]
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3. Synonyms And Antonyms of 哎哟
Synonyms (同义词): 哎呀, 啊呀, 哎唷, 啊哟,
Antonyms (反义词): (None)
4. What are the fixed expression, collocation and idioms that contains 哎哟
Fixed expression (固定搭配): (None)
Collocation (词语连用): 哎哟, 我的天; 哎哟, 我的娘; 哎哟, 我的天.
Idioms (成语): (None)
5. How to use 哎哟 in a sentence?
Below are some example sentences containing 哎哟.
English: Ouch is an interjection to represent the noise that people make when they feel surprised.
English: ‘Hey, here you come” he said with excitement.
English: Wow, what a surprising gift!
English: Oh, my god!
English: Whoops! I need to clean the room.
English: Ouch, my stomach hurts.
English: “Ouch, ouch!” he cried.
English: Hey, what a coincidence!