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Feb
26
comment Differentiating “to do a burnout” and “burning tyres”
TL;DR = "Too long; didn't read". It's used either as a reply to someone who has written too much, or as in my case where the TL;DR section is an abbreviated version of the full version.
Feb
26
reviewed No Action Needed Which fonts show the stroke order of all characters?
Feb
26
comment Differentiating “to do a burnout” and “burning tyres”
"Burnout" is quite common for this activity. I think in the US they also say "peel out". "Burn rubber" can also just mean to drive fast, and by extension to do anything fast "we need to burn rubber on this project".
Feb
26
awarded  Custodian
Feb
26
reviewed Approve Resources for learning Mandarin Chinese
Feb
26
asked Differentiating “to do a burnout” and “burning tyres”
Feb
25
reviewed No Action Needed Why Cantonese is considered as a dialect of Chinese?
Feb
25
answered How can I pronounce 绿 (lü4 - green)?
Feb
25
comment Why does 三八 mean gossip?
So the term originates from the name of the international day?
Feb
24
revised Why Cantonese is considered as a dialect of Chinese?
added 421 characters in body
Feb
24
comment Why Cantonese is considered as a dialect of Chinese?
It's a generalisation. I'll edit accordingly.
Feb
23
awarded  Excavator
Feb
23
revised Which fonts show the stroke order of all characters?
Changes "what fonts" to "which fonts"
Feb
23
awarded  Custodian
Feb
23
accepted What does 嘞 mean
Feb
23
revised What does 嘞 mean
retitled for clarity
Feb
23
reviewed No Action Needed Which fonts show the stroke order of all characters?
Feb
23
reviewed No Action Needed Which fonts show the stroke order of all characters?
Feb
23
comment What does 嘞 mean
What sort of feelings?
Feb
23
comment What do Chinese do if they forget how to write a character?
From watching Chinese people write, the usual reaction is to sit there thinking "F***! How did I forget how to write that?!?"