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char bor zha bo Meaning

Char bor zha bo is a colloquial Singaporean term that refers to an attractive and charming woman. Translated into Chinese, it would be 迷人女子 (Mí Rén Nǚ Zǐ).

char bor zha bo in a Sentence 

1. Eh, that char bor zha bo damn pretty leh! (pronounced: char bor-za-bo, dɑm prɪti le)

2. Wah, you see the char bor zha bo at the hawker center? So fierce! (pronounced: char bor-za-bo, səʊ fɪəs)

3. My boss is a char bor zha bo, always scolding people for no reason. (pronounced: char bor-za-bo, əʊlweɪz skəʊldɪŋ pipəl fɔː nəʊ riːzn)

4. The char bor zha bo next door always blasts her music so loudly, can never get any peace! (pronounced: char bor-za-bo, næst dɔː ɔːlweɪz blæsts hər mjuːzɪk səʊ laʊdli)

5. Eh, you talk to that char bor zha bo nicely lah, don’t be so rude! (pronounced: char bor-za-bo, naɪsli lɑː, dəʊnt bi səʊ ruːd)

char bor zha bo Origin in Singlish

Eh bro, lemmeh tell you hor, dis char bor zha bo origin from way back then lah. Got dis kopi tiam, uncle always order ‘char’, ‘bor zha’, ‘bo’. Char means fry, bor zha means no shrimp, bo means no bean sprouts. Now you know liao lah!

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