How to Say “Bystanders” in Chinese

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How to Say "Bystanders" in Chinese

(chī): to eat
(guā): melon
群众 (qún zhòng): crowds, masses

Put together, this phrase literally means “the crowds of people who are eating melons”, and it’s usually used to refer to bystanders or gawkers who have nothing serious to do, and are only there to watch a show.

How to Say "Bystanders" in Chinese

 

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