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wāi wāi niú niǔ
adj. crooked, not straight, staggering from side to side
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How is 歪歪扭扭 commonly used in Chinese?
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歪歪扭扭 (wāi wāi niǔ niǔ) is commonly used in Chinese to describe something that is crooked, not straight, or staggering from side to side. It is often used to describe a person's walking or movement, such as when someone is drunk or injured. It can also be used to describe a person's behavior or attitude, such as when someone is being dishonest or untrustworthy.
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