[HELP] Languages needed for artwork

I’m doing some Arduboy Art and I want to include different languages in here!
Send me some catchy / fun phrases in Japanese, Spanish, French, German, Italian, Arabic, Thai, Chinese, etc etc :grinning:

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대박! This is one of my favorite Korean phrases. I think it means like, “jackpot,” but it can be used when something cool happens or you see something awesome. Kinda like “OMG.”

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“You Beaut”, “Bonza”, “Ripper”, “Top Shit”, “Bloody Awesome”. I mean, Australian is only a sub-dialect, but it’s colourful

“Bacán” means cool/awesome in south american Spanish in general (except in Argentina… where it means Pimp)

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:open_mouth: wow talk about double meaning

well excité (excited in french) can also mean aroused :stuck_out_tongue:

Maybe some of these people can help: @arduboyfr, @JuiceLizard, @emutyworks, @WWtom, @P3RISH

素晴らしい = Subarashii

Japanese for splendid, or wonderful.

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In France we often use English words like “Cool”, “Fun”, “Top” or “Super” when we like something.
But you can use “Génial !” or “C’est génial !” (means “Great !” and “This is great !”) in order to describe the Arduboy in French language :slight_smile:

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some german: “Geil”, “Großartig”, “Genial”, “Der Hammer”

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“Bellissimo” that means in Italian a very awesome thing ! :smiley:

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Some more Japanese:
おもしろい = (Omoshiroi) Interesting/fun
楽しい = (Tanoshii) Enjoyable (plus has a cool Kanji)
素敵 = (Suteki) Lovely/Splendid

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Also works in spanish :smiley:

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dutch:

geweldig = awesome
fantastisch = fantastic
schitterend = brilliant

speel = play
leer = learn
creëer = create
deel = share

I’m not quite sure what exactly @Celinebins is looking for but I will try my best to help.

German:
wundervoll (wonderful)
genial (brilliant [really positive])
fantastisch (fantastic)
grandios & phänomenal (impressive)

Funny and more or less fitting:
In Germany many young people know “der Gerät”, which translates to “the device”, but with a grammatical mistake. Actually someone chose this name for his automatic kebab cutter, because this mistake is typical for turkish people.
(Not sure if this is acceptable, but it’s definitely the best fitting german phrase I can currently imagine)

That’s all I can think of right now (it’s 3 AM)
Happy Easter!

Ps:
(Geil also means “horny” in german)

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:joy::joy::joy: oh no, this is ridiculous xD

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Hahah that’s funny. Doner macht schoner ya?

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Maybe “Ça déchire!”, the literal translation in english doesn’t mean anything but it means something like “It’s awesome!”.

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Thank you everyone for your contributions!

All of your suggestions made it to the front cover of this month’s magazine! :sunglasses:

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