梗 (Chinese PinYin: [gěng]; traditional Chinese: 梗) may mean: (1) noun. jokes; (2) noun. funny stories; (3) noun. backstory; (4) noun. origin. It is a common typo of the word 哏 which refers to funny, amusing stories. It is mostly used in informal Mandarin Chinese. Some example phrases and expressions are: 老梗 (boring old stories), 幽默梗 (funny stories), 经典梗 (classical funny stories).
1. How to pronounce 梗?
Chinese Pinyin: [gěng]
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2. Synonyms And Antonyms of 梗
Synonyms: 桥段, 故事, 笑点, 哏, 幽默的故事,
3. What are the fixed expression, collocation and idioms that contains 梗
Fixed expression: 老梗 (boring old stories), 幽默梗 (funny stories),
Collocation: 经典梗 (classical funny stories),
4. How to use 什么梗 in a sentence?
Below are some example sentences and quotes containing 梗.
Translation: What is the backstory behind this?
Translation: What are the funny stories you have recently read?
Translation: You told me it was a funny story. But I’m not laughing. It’s not funny. It’s a bit weird.
Translation: The story of how I got my new job, and came to be on such good terms with my boss is a funny one.
Translation: Michele from France had a funny and maybe somewhat painful story to tell. She was visiting London and the weather was very cold and rainy.
Translation: Look at this funny story.
Translation: I’ll tell you a funny story,if I may digress from my subject for a monent.
Translation: Read a funny story, tell a joke or share a silly song with someone.
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