英 [guːk; gʊk]
- gook (n.)
- 1899, U.S. military slang for "Filipino" during the insurrection there, probably from a native word, or imitative of the babbling sound of a strange language to American ears (compare barbarian). The term goo-goo eyes "soft, seductive eyes" was in vogue c. 1900 and may have contributed to this somehow. Extended over time to "Nicaraguan" (U.S. intervention there early 20c.), "any Pacific Islander" (World War II), "Korean" (1950s), "Vietnamese" and "any Asian" (1960s).
- 1. Yes, we have. It's also gook to bring along for your journey.
- 有, 旅行后带回些这个是很不错的.
- 2. Shopping vouchers are often a gook means of attracting customers.
- 3. Then you think Xiao Zhang would make a gook teacher?
- 4. Rubber adhesive packing tape, gook adhesion strength, water and cold proof.
- 感压性牛皮纸胶带, 粘性佳, 防水及耐候性优良,主要用于纸箱包装.
- 5. I think this is a gook restaurant of Sichuan and Guangdong styles.
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