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口頭禪英文


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#1 dajocheng

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發表於 16 December 2005 - 10:32 PM

口頭禪英文
不知道大家都怎麼說??

電子字典的我知道 pet phrase
可是英國人好像都不這麼用說.......
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發表於 16 December 2005 - 11:23 PM

cliche
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發表於 18 December 2005 - 12:52 AM

我試著用英文解釋口頭禪的意思再問我男朋友
他竟然說
''irratative bastard syndrome''
真的快把我笑死了 :laugh
喔 對了
這是他亂造的
千萬別真的拿去用阿 :XD
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#4 Gwen

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發表於 18 December 2005 - 05:30 PM

catch(y) phrase
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#5 josie_lai

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發表於 19 December 2005 - 12:52 AM

catchphrase ( it's one word) and it is not "catch(y) phrase"

BTW, cliche doesn't mean" 口頭禪" at all!

Cliche is more like phrases which are overused and predictable (陳腔濫調)
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發表於 19 December 2005 - 12:53 AM

口頭禪英文
不知道大家都怎麼說??

電子字典的我知道 pet phrase
可是英國人好像都不這麼用說.......

:blush

你是對的 英國人不說 pet phrase
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#7 Strawberry~

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發表於 30 December 2005 - 12:31 AM

In fact, there are no any certain vocabulary means" 口頭禪" in English.

You could just say: I always say this. / He always says that word.

Because catchphrase and cliche don't mean " 口頭禪" at all.
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#8 dajocheng

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發表於 11 January 2006 - 09:44 PM

Thanks everyone.
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發表於 14 January 2006 - 10:04 PM

口頭禪英文
不知道大家都怎麼說??

電子字典的我知道 pet phrase
可是英國人好像都不這麼用說.......

You may use "verbal quirk(s)" to refer to 口頭禪. In today's Los Angeles Times, there's an article on Bush's frequent use of the word "heck" in his talks. The author uses the expression "the verbal quirk" to refer to Bush's 口頭禪:

On a daily basis, sometimes several times an hour, the word "heck" creeps into President Bush's public pronouncements. People he wants to praise, as well as places, ideas and winning sports teams, are all told that they are or have done a "heck" of a good thing.

You might think Bush would have retired the expression after he infamously told the man who led the federal government's much-criticized response to Hurricane Katrina: "Brownie, you're doing a heck of a job."

But the verbal quirk has turned up in Bush's speeches at least four times this week. On Thursday, he used it four times in a 10-minute address.



http://www.latimes.c...eadlines-nation
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發表於 15 January 2006 - 07:53 AM

口頭禪英文
不知道大家都怎麼說??

電子字典的我知道 pet phrase
可是英國人好像都不這麼用說.......
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英語系國家也許沒有這說法
中文和英文為2種不同的語系,有些詞彙應該無法硬套
不一定中文有的詞彙,英文就一定有相對應的
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#11 Chelsie

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發表於 15 January 2006 - 11:52 AM

catchphrase--the phrase you use conciously to attract peoples' attention and create some special effects in the scene or conversation.

e.g. Some famous celebrity hosts have their own style of catchphrase to make the show more addictive.

the verbal quirk--the phrase you use subconciously and often sounds ''quirk'', ''weird'. (slightly nagtive)

e.g. The political observers think that President Bush's verbal quirk is ''heck''.


所以個人認為
兩種用法都可以解釋成''口頭禪''
只是依照發生的時機跟目的
可以選擇不同的用法

:blush 感謝PHARMACOS的分享 :blush

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發表於 15 January 2006 - 01:11 PM

應該沒有口頭襌的英文

接近的用法是convention 慣用語
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