尬演 (Chinese PinYin: [gà yǎn]; traditional Chinese:尬演) may mean: (1) noun. terrible acting (in a movie or performance); (2) noun. embarrassing performance; (3) verb. To act terribly resulting in embarrassing moments during a performance; (4) noun. embarrassing roles. Literally: 尬 (embarrassing) + 演 (acting). In daily life, a尬 (gā) prefixed verb can describe any kind of blunder. Some example phrases and expressions are: 尬演员 (embarrassing roles), 十足的尬演 (a pretty embarrassing performance), 许多尬演 (plenty of awful acting).
1. How to pronounce 尬演?
Chinese Pinyin: [gà yǎn]
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2. Synonyms And Antonyms of 尬演
3. What are the fixed expression, collocation and idioms that contains 尬演
Fixed expression: 尬演员 (embarrassing roles),
Collocation: 十足的尬演 (a pretty embarrassing performance), 许多尬演 (plenty of awful acting),
4. How to use 尬演 in a sentence?
Below are some example sentences and quotes containing 尬演.
4.1 这些年头, 我们看了不少尬演, 这些是其中最差的代表作.
Translation: Over the years, we’ve seen plenty of awful acting, and these scenes represent some of the very worst.
4.2 观众会有意识地去找尬演, 所以尬演是一件等待被发现的事情。
Translation: Bad acting was something viewers had to consciously seek; it was a thing to be discovered.
Translation: I thought the acting was terrible.
Translation: It was a pretty embarrassing performance I believe.
Translation: This may be the worst performance we’ve had since we’ve been at Miami.
Translation: I still cannot believe the dreadful performance that he displayed in this movie.
4.7 你觉得新的电影怎么样, 是尬演吗?
Translation: What do you think about the new movie, is it terrible acting?
Translation: I think it was a well accepted embarrassing performance.
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