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no horse run Meaning

No horse run in Singapore refers to a form of gambling where bettors place wagers on a virtual horse race without actual horse participation. In Chinese, this is translated as 新加坡无马场 (Xīnjiāpō wú mǎ chǎng).

no horse run in a Sentence 

1. Eh, you think my kopi peng skills no horse run ah? Watch and learn lah!
2. My friend always says he can eat a lot, but when it comes to durians, no horse run! He cannot handle the smell at all.
3. The boss promised us a pay raise, but when payday came, no horse run. Same old salary.
4. She claimed to be a good driver, but when we went on a road trip, no horse run! Kept hitting potholes.
5. My phone’s battery dies so fast, sia. No horse run, always need to bring charger everywhere.

Pronunciation:
No horse run is pronounced as noh hawrs ruhn.

no horse run Origin in Singlish

Eh, you know how this no horse run come about anot ah? Back in the day, horseracing was a big thing lah. But then sometimes, horsey sian and no run properly. So people started using no horse run to describe things that don’t go as planned. Chu pattern, right?

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