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I want to know how to say, "What's your problem?" as an insult in Mandarin.

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    你有毛病啊?!//你有什麼毛病(嗎)?//搞什麼? – Farnz Seager Aug 1 at 21:36
  • @FarnzSeager you can post that as an answer – droooze Aug 1 at 22:22
  • 你有病啊? to reply that insult, 你有药啊! to reply that reply: 你能吃多少? to continue: 你有多少? Continue 你吃多少我有多少. Continue 你有多少我吃多少. Then you can repeat the last two sentences... – Jacob Aug 19 at 13:45
  • Maybe someone could clarify if 怎么搞的 is an option (?). – Becky 李蓓 Sep 18 at 10:02
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你很多問題勒神經病嗎““5”4””4 再來你有病嗎 是沒去看醫生嗎

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If you wish to express

What's your problem?

this in the sense of

Do you have a problem with that?

you can say

你有什么意见吗?

意见 means, in general, opinion, comment or suggestion. (Compare with 建议 which possesses a similar meaning yet with a softer connotation). The former may suggest there is a variance in opinions to the extent of contention, while the latter describes a suggestion in the sense of a non-dictating recommendation.

Depending on your tone of voice and context, 意见 may convey a different attitude, but it tends to sound argumentative in most cases. Consult this.

Do note that this way of expression might get you in trouble, so use your words wisely! :)

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你有毛病啊?!

Or even simpler

你有病啊?!

In a similar vein, if you want to call someone crazy

你疯了吗??

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Its original meaning is

你的问题是什么?

There is another popular saying

你怎么回事啊?

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