「揼 / 𢱕」

Entry #1
Character、
Pronunciation:
  • dap6
  • 𢱕 dap6
Part of Speech: verb
Explanation:
  • to pound; to strike; figuratively, to beat someone
    (Cant.) keoi5hai2ngo5bui3zek3dou6dap6zo2jat1ceoi4
    (Eng.) He gave me a punch on my back.
    (Cant.) hing1dai6dap6gau1keoi5
    (Eng.) Bros, beat the shit out of him.

  • to massage using one's fists in a soft striking action
    (Cant.) nei5ho2m4ho2ji5bong1ngo5dap6haa5go3bok3tau4aa3
    (Eng.) Would you massage my shoulders for me?

  • to hammer
    (Cant.) 揼石仔dap6 sek6 zai2
    (Eng.) to hammer rocks; to finish tedious tasks that require step-by-step execution
    (Cant.) ngo5dap6zo2hau2deng1jap6coeng4
    (Eng.) I've hammered a nail into the wall.

  • to work on a piece of something that requires typing
    (Cant.) dap6codekuk1
    (Eng.) to ping codes
    (Cant.) ngo5faan1heoi3dap6fan6proposalproposalceot1lai4
    (Eng.) I will prepare a proposal when I get back to the office.

See also: 撞擊 敲打 敲 罷 錘
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「揼 / 耽」

Entry #2
Character、
Pronunciation:
  • dam1 , dam3 , dam6
  • dam1 , dam3 , dam6
Part of Speech: verb
Explanation:
to dawdle; to prolong; to delay
(Cant.) 揼時間dam1 si4 gaan3
(Eng.) to waste time; to dawdle
(Cant.) 揼波鐘dam3 bo1 zung1
(Eng.) to waste a client's time
(Cant.) mai5 dam1揼揼下dam1 haa5laa1zau6lai4ci4dou3laa3dam1gau3mei6aa3
(Eng.) Stop dawdling! You're going to be late! Have you done dawdling yet?
(Cant.) nei5m4zung1ji3keoi5zau6m4hou2dam1zyu6jan4laa1
(Eng.) If you don't love her, don't keep her hanging on for you.
Synonym: Synonym:
See also: 延長 拖時間 耽誤 押 延誤 唔嗲唔吊
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「沊 / 丼」

Entry #3
Character、
Pronunciation:
  • dam2
  • dam2
  • dam2
Part of Speech: onomatopoeia
Explanation:
onomatopoeia for the splash sound of something being tossed into water
(Cant.) keoi5dam2jat1seng1zau6tiu3lok6ho4ngo5soeng2laai1dou1laai1m4zyu6
(Eng.) She made a brisk drop into the river. I wanted to grab her arm but it was too late.
(Cant.) go2go3neoi5zai2leng3dou3dam2jat1seng1
(Eng.) That girl looks so marvelous that every man's heart goes crazy and beats like throwing a stone into well.
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「揼 / 𢱕」

Entry #4
Character、
Pronunciation:
  • dap6
  • 𢱕 dap6
  • dap6
Part of Speech: verb
Explanation:
to get wet by rain
(Cant.) dap6jyu5
(Eng.) to be showered by rain
(Cant.) jyu4gwo2nei5m4daai3baa2ze1ceot1heoi3sat6wui5bei2jyu5dap6sap1
(Eng.) If you don't bring an umbrella with you, you'll get wet from the rain for sure.
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「揼」

Entry #5
Pronunciation: dap6
Part of Speech: noun
Explanation:
the rock in rock-paper-scissor
(Cant.) loeng5go3dou1ceot1dap6daa2wo4
(Eng.) Both played rock. That's a draw.
See also: 猜呈尋
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