You hear the voice of "Çüş" on the street, but you don't know what the expression means? We will tell you what the expression means and how to use it.
This means Çüş: expressing surprise, surprise, respectful response
The word Çüş is derived from Turkish and is pronounced "Tschüsch". There is no direct German translation of the word, and it is usually used to express surprise, surprise, and respect. In German, it is best to use words like "Krass, geil, mega".
Other abbreviations with similar meanings are also bright or good. Turkish has been established in German youth languages [including AMK and Alman].
This is how to use Çüş
If you want to use this expression yourself, you should note that "Çüş" can be classified as a German youth language, so it is not suitable for all environments. The term is currently mainly used for the age group of 12 to 16 years old. Therefore, please consider in advance whether this expression is suitable for your social environment.
Generally, this expression is used more in the spoken language of youth, but it is rarely used in the form of comments on social media. If you celebrate your behavior properly, you can use "Çüş" to comment.
Examples using Çüş
- Human A: "Eat beef with my mother. She wants me to wash the dishes. I said to her: You can benefit your children!"
- Person B: "Çüş! You are really a bitch!"
- People-Answer: "I just picked up my grandma from the park #flattenthecurve."
- Person B: "Çüş, you are really a polite person."
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