尿点 (Chinese PinYin: [niào diǎn]; traditional Chinese:尿點) may mean: (1) noun. Pee point (of a movie or TV program); (2) noun. Urine point; (3) noun. Boring parts of a movie. Literally: 尿 (pee) + 点 (point). The term is a widely used Chinese internet slang used to describe the boring parts of a movie or TV program during which audiences often take the chance to pee. Some example phrases and expressions are: 毫无尿点 / 没有尿点 (without a pee point), 全程尿点 / 全是尿点 (full of pee points; with long boring parts across the movie).
1. How to pronounce 尿点?
Chinese Pinyin: [niào diǎn]
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2. Synonyms And Antonyms of 尿点
3. What are the fixed expression, collocation and idioms that contains 尿点
Fixed expression: 毫无尿点 / 没有尿点 (without a pee point),
Collocation: 全程尿点 / 全是尿点 (full of pee points; with long boring parts across the movie),
4. How to use 尿点 in a sentence?
Below are some example sentences and quotes containing 尿点.
Translation: Pee point is a Chinese word.
Translation: There are a lot of pee points (boring parts) in this film.
4.3 这是一个很好的电影, 全程无尿点
Translation: It is an excellent movie without any pee points.
Translation: The Korean movie “Real” is full of pee points!!!
4.5 这是史上最无聊的电影, 有无数的尿点.
Translation: These are the most boring films of all time with countless pee points.
Translation: “Mad Max 4” is high-energy quality movie without a pee point.
4.7 这是我看过最好看的电影了, 一个尿点也没有.
Translation: This is the best movie I have ever watched, there is no even a pee point.
Translation: Before you watch a quality movie which is without a pee point, remember not to drink a lot of water.
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