扛把子 (Chinese PinYin: [káng bà zi]; traditional Chinese:扛把子) may mean: (1) noun. mob boss; (2) noun. gang boss; (3) noun. gangster. Literally: 扛 (to shoulder) + 把子 (handle bar). It is a jargon or slang of a particular group or class (such as bandits). It is a low-frequency word and often used in informal Mandarin Chinese.
1. How to pronounce 扛把子?
Chinese Pinyin: [káng bà zi]
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. Synonyms And Antonyms of 扛把子
Synonyms: 帮派老大, 头目
3. What are the fixed expression, collocation and idioms that contains 扛把子
Fixed expression: N/A
Collocation: 神秘的扛把子 (mysterious gang chief ), 小学扛把子 (“gang boss” from an elementary school),
4. How to use 扛把子 in a sentence?
Below are some example sentences and quotes containing 扛把子.
Translation: But it was galvanised by one last, blistering performance from Newman as an Irish-Catholic mob boss – a man at once kindly, protective and terrifying.
Translation: Detective Ray Morgan accidentally kills the son of a mob boss.
Translation: When President Obama visited Japan last year, the police contacted the heads of all Tokyo yakuza groups and asked them to behave themselves and make sure there were no problems.
Translation: He shared a mistress with a gangster, was also photographed the FBI arrested a current.
4.5 Dr. Moriatti is the mysterious gang chief in Sherlock Holmes.
Translation: Canada’s most infamous gangster are mostly over 50 years old now.
Translation: Her uncle is a gang boss.
Translation: You can’t speak for your boss.
5. Stroke Order
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