How to Say “Insider” in Chinese

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How to Say "Insider" in Chinese

You know a lot about it.

An experienced driver (司机 sī jī) usually has a clear idea of how to get to any place within the city. Therefore, this word is now associated with someone who has a good knowledge of something indecent, which means it often has a derogatory meaning. So, how to say “insider” in Chinese?

Say “Insider” in Chinese: 老司机 (lǎo sī jī) = insider

 (lǎo) means “old”
司机 (sī jī) means “driver”

We say someone is a 老司机 (lǎo sī jī) to imply that s/he knows something particularly well.

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How to Say "Insider" in Chinese

 

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